John Solomon Reports: Bucket Five Release Within 7 to 8 Days…

Journalist John Solomon reports the first batch of documents to be declassified in the next seven to eight days will surround “bucket five“:

Bucket Five – Intelligence documents that were presented to the Gang of Eight in 2016 that pertain to the FISA application used against U.S. person Carter Page; including all exculpatory intelligence documents that may not have been presented to the FISA Court.

Presumably this would include the recently revealed State Dept Kavalac email; and the FBI transcripts from wiretaps of George Papadopoulos (also listed in Carter Page FISA).

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Note “7 to 8 days” would put the release in the short window between Trump’s state visit in Japan (5/25 – 5/28) and the state visit with the U.K (6/3 – 6/5).

No-one really knows the extent of the current documents and/or information that may be subject to a Trump declassification request.  However, this is the original list as outlined in September 2018, and the agencies who would be involved in the declassification process:

  1. All versions of the Carter Page FISA applications (DOJ) (DoS) (FBI) (ODNI).
  2. All of the Bruce Ohr 302’s filled out by the FBI. (FBI) (ODNI)
  3. All of Bruce Ohr’s emails (FBI) (DOJ) (CIA) (ODNI), and supportive documents and material provided by Bruce Ohr to the FBI. (FBI)
  4. All relevant documents pertaining to the supportive material within the FISA application. (FBI) (DOJ-NSD ) (DoS) (CIA) (DNI) (NSA) (ODNI);
  5. All intelligence documents that were presented to the Gang of Eight in 2016 that pertain to the FISA application used against U.S. person Carter Page; including all exculpatory intelligence documents that may not have been presented to the FISA Court. (CIA) (FBI) (DOJ) (ODNI) (DoS) (NSA)
  6. All unredacted text messages and email content between Lisa Page and Peter Strzok on all devices. (FBI) (DOJ) (DOJ-NSD) (ODNI)
  7. The originating CIA “EC” or two-page electronic communication from former CIA Director John Brennan to FBI Director James Comey that started Operation Crossfire Hurricane in July 2016. (CIA) (FBI) (ODNI)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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279 Responses to John Solomon Reports: Bucket Five Release Within 7 to 8 Days…

  1. Keith Lyon says:

    And so it begins. Maybe we will see some justice.

    Liked by 17 people

    • Robert Smith says:

      I want the true story told with the original documents. What happens from there we have to wait to see how the legal and political wrangling works out.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Mark says:

      Don’t hold your breath. Democrats don’t go to jail.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Bluto says:

        Yeah. The scandal might come out but there will be no follow through.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Rob says:

        Yeah, still waiting for the Comey indictment that was guaranteed to be coming within 10 days, which was what, 2 or 3 weeks ago now?

        Liked by 1 person

      • Jeff P. says:

        I do believe it is High Time that the Democrats and Liberals start enjoying the Jails and Prisons they are so fond of building and housing the poor in. If there are no convictions I would expect there to be quite a Violent following decade or so.Just my opinion, that and I believe that these are indeed extraordinary times and we can expect to see things done Very differently moving forward. God willing that is…

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    • Mark says:

      Does your wife know?

      Liked by 1 person

    • m says:

      More likely FBI Director Wray will defy a Presidential order and destroy as much evidence of his and Deep State Treason as he can. He has no other choice at this point.

      Liked by 4 people

      • dd_sc says:

        I think ODNI is the choke point; gets a say in all the documents. Dan Coats hasn’t been willing to declassify too much in the past – I think Sundance referred to Coats as a “corruption monitor” in the past. Don’t see that changing now. ODNI has sort of been the firewall for the rest of them.

        And since he has a lot of swamp pals in the Senate, firing Coats to get information released will set off McConnell and his herd of RINOs.

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    • PBR says:

      Deep State in DeepDooDoo

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    • Chump Change says:

      …maybe…but DC politicians and their felonious friends and children rarely if ever go to jail.

      There are two justice systems in America…one for Mr. and Mrs. America, and another for the political class.

      This is the textbook definition of TRANNY…and if AG Barr lets them skate…Obama, Hillary, Holder, Lynch, McCabe, Comey, Clapper, Brennan, Strzok, Page, and all the rest of them in that picture above…then our Republic is fvckd.

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      • Lester Smith says:

        This is a race take trump out before we are. The more crap thrown at the dems the crazier and more dangerous these fools become. The more time that goes by the more I realize dems are vertical terds. Trump needs to release documents asap and rid our country of all this waste.

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    • CharterOakie says:

      Giddyap!

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    • Cocoon says:

      SLike Barr, the more answers we receive, the more questions we have.
      We do know FBI contractors were illegally surveilling Americans for years.
      The FISA Court told us this in 2016 and yet who these contractors were, what info they collected, on whom, distributed to who, is stuill not public?
      Let’s add to the questions, who has a government family member paid by these contractors?
      And then there’s Judge Contreras?
      Is it possible the insurance policy was intended to cover up the illegal surveilling of Americans done under Obama Administration?
      Our framers were right, we cannot trust government, even law enforcement, to do the right thing.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        Cocoon, and who paid these “contractors”? Who wrote their work scope and contracts? Who told them who to spy on? Who did their reports and spy results go to? Reports? Where are the records of their illegal accessing of the NSA spy database and other databases? Did their spying go to obama, hillary, the DNC? To obama’s big database? Was the illegal spying used to blackmail/extort any congresscritter or anyone else? Was the illegal spying sold to anyone (Like the pee pee report was sold to hillary/DNC via perkins-coie?
        Criminal violation by a contractor by law is supposed to get the ‘contractor” barred from any further government contracts. That must be enforced.

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    • Cam Heck says:

      As these documents are released and people are implicated, I wish PDJT would also release who each of these globalists are financially connected to, how they have become enriched and details of how taking him down would protect their individual interests. I think that would get a lot of chatter going around the globe, to say the least.

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  2. The Devilbat says:

    Great news, I just bought a new jar of popcorn and some nice popcorn oil.

    Liked by 4 people

    • bertdilbert says:

      If the democrats know this is coming, then they must have some really stupid stunt planned to go off as a distraction. We might want to keep an extra packet of popcorn as they go overboard in a hastily, poorly thought out answer to declassification.

      Liked by 9 people

      • it is called impeach. Word is Piglosi is meeting with dims tomorrow morning then going to WH.

        Piglosi will tell PDJT if he declassifies they will impeach. I am sure she will throw in an amnesty bill, no wall and an infrastructure porkulus.

        Liked by 16 people

        • Scott says:

          So Pelosi going to try to blackmail Trump with impeachment???

          Liked by 4 people

          • That is my guess from the schedule of meetings tomorrow.

            PDJT probably has an answer for it as he always does, but impeachment is probably all Pelosi has. More distraction.

            Liked by 7 people

          • chipin8511 says:

            Trump dont care they will seal his 2020 reelection.

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          • cindylou62 says:

            It is a valuable currency in DC.

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          • Linda K. says:

            Blackmail won’t work. Impeachment? They have already done every nasty thing to Trump in his first two years. Impeachment would be a cake walk in comparison and just make the dems look bad, especially after the declassification.

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            • Beau Geste says:

              An impeachment trial in the Senate lets PDJT put in all evidence of dem corruption/leaking/spying/colluding. The TV and press have to cover it. As presented by PDJT’s lawyers and the Senate. The CNN snowflakes have no idea yet what the coup plotters have done. All the evidence of hillary’s russian bribes, DNC/AWAN scandal, Wolfe scandal, weiner laptop evidence, lyingto the FISC court and 85% illegal spying, the as-yet undisclosed mole in the Trump campaign that the FBI is trying to prevent a Judge from revealing, on and on. Plus likely some routine Dem bribery and illegality. All on TV for the maddow snowflakes.

              For b’rer rabbit PDJT, its like “don’t throw me in that briarpatch”.

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          • madeline says:

            Sounds like obstruction if Pelosi does feign impeachment. Hope PDT tapes all conversations.

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          • Jederman says:

            How will that benefit the dems when the documents are released?

            Yes, yes, the American “news” media is beyond corrupt and loathsome but they, IMO, will only be able to keep their craven, fanatic peeps on board.

            Less insane dems/independents will at least understand (without being particularly sympathetic) that is was all a scam.

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        • cheryl says:

          He’ll tell her to go pound sand.

          Liked by 10 people

        • wlbeattie says:

          I hope Trump rejects their overtures – based on the PA Special Election indication that he & GOP may win 2020 with a landslide!

          Liked by 6 people

        • Newhere says:

          Impeachment isn’t a real threat. Trump comes out ahead either way.

          Legislation tying the President’s hands on Iran or China would be a real threat. It would require the quiet conspiring of McConnell. But remember, he’s gang of eight. Why do we think he didn’t stop Burr from subpoenaing JR.

          Also: remember they’re working on the budget; McConnell outlined the 3 options today — a deal, a continuing resolution, or a *sequester,* which Mitch noted would specifically cut military funding. McConnell knows how to hide a shiv. He can’t cut a deal with the dems and it triggers sequester which hits the military, and Mitch knows it’s right where Trump lives.

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          • railer says:

            McConnell can be smoked out by declassification. He’s up for reelection in 2020, and a primary challenge.

            Trump originally went along with McConnell’s military spending increases, begrudgingly. McConnell rejected a full audit of the Pentagon, which is what Trump wanted, and supported that original Sec of Defense’s (whose name shall not be mentioned because he is a Swamp stooge) stonewalling of that audit. Trump has since fired that guy, so audit is now back on the table. New guy Shanahan may be beholden to McConnell, but also to Trump.

            I think McConnell’s shiv may not be as sharp as he thinks.

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            • Liked because you made since…However…NO REFERENCES TO WHAT YOU EXPOUND…References Please…Thank you…

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            • madeline says:

              With all the crazy stuff going on in the courts, releasing PDT’s financials, blackmailing Barr into releasing the Mueller redacted report, I was pretty bummed last night. Now I am beginning to see that PDT just might be in the cat bird seat. This release of Fisa, 302’s etc. could change the election and the decision for impeachment for leaders in the congress and senate. Everyone is covering their hides.

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            • Newhere says:

              Trump wanted the increase in military spending because he saw a need to rebuild the military. Not surprised the Turtle pushed back on an audit. Point is, McConnell holds some leverage. I know Trump is the master of leverage, so I hope it’s true he’s ready to handle him. McConnell has managed to survive being among the least popular national politicians.

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        • Rex70 says:

          Art–if that is their “distraction,” a rushed vote in the Dem-controlled House to impeach actually passes–and THEN the exculpatory evidence is released…won’t they look like to the country and world even bigger asses since many in their Dem leadership will have known about this evidence yet went along with pursuing impeachment? They/the Dems–and some more than others–are in a lose-lose situation right now, but if they do vote to impeach with this evidence about to released to the public, it may rend a huge tear through their ranks from their leadership…it would be too good to be true that they’re all that stupid.

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        • fabrabbit says:

          Did I hear Pelosi was meeting with VSGPDJT tomorrow as well?

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        • spoogels says:

          Trump must record the conversation and have witnesses present in the room

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        • Ray Runge says:

          Art of War, the image I have of Piglosi is one already over the cliff making demands that gravity cease. Out of respect, PDJT may be able to control the laughter. Impeachment as a subject in a Piglosi meeting would cause tumultuous laughter by PJDT.

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        • richard verney says:

          Impeachment is no threat, since there are not the numbers in the Senate.

          The Democrats harrasment of President Trump, his family and associates, by all the subpoenas that Congress is issueing is far worse for the President, than the commencement of impeachment proceedings in Congress.

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          • 1stgoblyn says:

            There might be more Senators with an ‘R’ behind their name, but that doesn’t mean what you think it means anymore. Quite a few of those ‘Rs’ are really ‘Ds’ and will vote with all the other commies.

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          • PBR says:

            Let them impeach- it will not go well for Dems, especially in the next election.

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        • Linus in W.PA. says:

          …and hopefully the Trumpet will record his conversation with Pelosi so he can then publicize how she tries to blackmail him.

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          • madeline says:

            There are many other documents that need to be released. Maybe financial documents from the Treasury and off shore banks with regard to congress members. Maybe a pic of a warehouse in China with all of Justin Amash’s tools as they are loaded into a shipping container on it’s way to the USA including financial documents for all gains. Who knows maybe Elaine Chows family ships his tools…

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        • Armchair Quarterback says:

          Hope this meeting is televised in the Pelosi Schumer one was! 💥

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        • Dutchman says:

          Actually, I wonder if President Trump will be so diplomatic and restrained as to tell her to “pound sand”.

          An advantage to being called crude so much is occasionslly you can be.

          What do you think Truman would say?
          I doubt it would be “Pound sand”!

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Won’t work. Give in a little and they will go for Trump’s jugular.

        The Democrats have a choice to be exposed even more as un-American and devoid of any benefit to citizens of either party during an impeachment. It was always without basis and the declassification will show the coup and their complicity in all of it. In short, no deal.

        Liked by 7 people

        • Conservative_302 says:

          It took him awhile to catch onto Washington, but knows full well any deal with them is a deal with the devil. Probe is over, and he has some good people around him. I think he will maneuver this just dine. Thank the good Lord the probe is over.

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          • Will Hunt says:

            Going in Trump underestimated the depth and viciousness of the entrenched DC establishment. He had a rude awakening from Comey and Rod. He is no longer under that misapprehension. His opposition is not as smart as those he’s faced in private enterprise but they’re powerful, connected and deeply rooted.

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      • Martell says:

        I think the impeach strategy from the dems is to distract their base. It doesnt distract or fool anyone else.

        Liked by 12 people

        • bofh says:

          I agree. Remember, they have an internal revolt going on, with the hard left, generally younger, marxists trying to seize power from Nanzi and the rest of the old gang, and Biden-as-candidate isn’t going to do it. They badly need something to give their base to distract from the flailing and failures, and to chest-thump about. Trying to unify them with “Orange Man Bad” is probably about the best they can do.

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        • farrier105 says:

          The base is thoroughly confused if you look at some of the Twitter threads. A bunch of them were panting for Mueller to show up to testify as if he will say something at a hearing that wasn’t put into his written report which said no one in the Trump campaign coordinated with the Russians. I had to tell them that if Mueller believed Trump was guilty, it would be in the written report, and if they believed in the written report, Mueller has nothing to add. Therefore, their party should move on to impeachment. Asking Mueller a bunch of questions is should not be necessary. Besides, Mueller’s own prosecutors don’t want him to testify, so get on with it or let go.

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          • PBR says:

            The Dems are only posturing with the call for Mueller to testify. Nadler is a total nitwit and a disgrace. He exemplifies everything that is wrong with politicians and exposes the true nature of the Left.

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          • madeline says:

            After the release of some of these documents the ENTIRE Muller investigation will be DEBUNKED. Mueller and his band of brothers will look like fools. Mueller’s history is that he is never found out for his malfiesence for many years so he faces no scrutiny from the public. Those day are over. He will be found out within weeks of his report. (by Mueller I mean Weismann et al.)

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            • farrier105 says:

              Unfortunately, it was Durham who stopped his investigation of Mueller and the Whitey Bulger affair short of involving Mueller, who skated completely. People should be aware of that and keep their guards up accordingly.

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      • WDS says:

        If course the Democrats know it’s coming. Cheesy 24/7 news outlets are headlining some current and former politicians that in all honesty were (or are) a bunch of big talk and no action types that in they’re current or former lives were also involved in hearings that produced ZERO results. If I remember correctly, the Democrats were warned about the (never to happen) fallout then as well.

        Res Non Verba

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      • WDS says:

        The UniParty isn’t worried, they know the circular firing squad is loaded with blanks. After the “scandal free” Obama regime’s IRS and Benghazi hearing debacles nothing surprises me anymore where outcomes are involved.

        Res Non Verba

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  3. freepetta says:

    TICK TOCK TICK TOCK
    Soon very soon. Boom 💥

    Liked by 3 people

    • Phil Free says:

      freepetta, your sarcasm’s blade has been dulled.

      Too many open irons (and I don’t mean a clothes iron) are being placed in the fire.
      There are too many things “actually, really” happening now, for your attempt to suggest otherwise to actually stick.

      No one ever said the Wheels of Justice were fast. But there’s no denying those Wheels are now turning — sorry.

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      • freepetta says:

        Sorry Phil but nobody knows the wheels of justice then me.. this corruption is Clinton 101. Golden showers is an old Blumenthal defamation from Bill Clinton days. This 💩 has been going on for decades. Sorry you’re not thrilled with the recent evidence. Mark my words. JUSTICE IS COMING SOON!!

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        • Phil Free says:

          Perhaps I’ve seen too many “calendar-shills” recently — your post certainly gave appearances.
          If you were actually being honest, and not sarcastic, I’ll withdraw my comment.
          I’m all about the evidence, which is increasing daily now. Like I said, the Wheels of Justice may be slow to turn . . . but turning they are.

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        • Will Hunt says:

          Does it not give you some pause that all of the alleged and well known felons (e.g. comey, clapper, brennan and so on down the line) seem completely unconcerned as they go about their very public lives? It would seem that if all of the prima facie evidence that we’ve been told that we’ve been told exists over these many months and that has their fingerprints all over it there would be some other reaction or response (e.g. keep quiet, admit some culpability, justification, etc.).

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    • 🍺Gunny66 says:

      I know this one is kinda out there….but what if the Rems go in a different direction.

      If I were piglisi…..I’d say: If you Do Not declassify we’ll give you the wall and infrastructure……everybody wins……

      Use the President’s tactics…..take the lumps out…..

      Just saying

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      • 🍺Gunny66 says:

        Dems

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      • chipin8511 says:

        He will never make a deal with devil Pee-Losi

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      • Dee Paul Deje says:

        “And give up the decimation of your party, my 2020 landslide including control of the House? You are in no position to be making demands.”

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      • lftpm says:

        Too late for that trade. The coup plotters must be duly punished to prevent this treachery from happening again (at least in our lifetimes). The incriminating info that the plotters have so far concealed must be revealed to the public.

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        • madeline says:

          What if PDT is impeached? How would this play out? Think about it …PDT can run again as an independent. He has years of data via Brad Pascal. All the skullduggery of the swamp, both here and abroad, will be exposed. He has ton’s of money raised already. The citizenry will be able to see there new found jobs and 401k’s fading away with someone else in office. Pense as president will start undoing all the progress PDT has made. HE COULD STILL WIN, HE DID IT BEFORE…

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    • aisheschayal says:

      If you look back at the watergate timeline, it also stretches out for a couple years and that included an arrest at the DNC while caught in the act of planting wires.

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  4. Derrufo Konepke says:

    old saying …
    may you find yourself in the future in interesting Times …

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  5. bjackson says:

    Wow, Sean didn’t interrupt him once! Way to go Sean!

    Liked by 10 people

  6. Mark McQueen says:

    Gang of Eight..hmmm…Hi John (Brennan). 😀

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  7. Dave Sanderson says:

    Like I said last night …multiple releases of large numbers of documents is a SHOCK & AWE strategy that denies treasonous swamp creatures enough time to concoct, coordinate and communicate their responses. They simply can’t move fast enough to get ahead of this huge TRUTH TSUNAMI that’s starting to sweep them away.

    “Honey …HONEY!!! …MORE POPCORN, PLEASE! …and a blast of my really old, really smoooooth Glenmorangie scotch! …thanks. Love ya, babe!”

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    • konradwp1 says:

      I know watching the blackhats go down is riveting, but please store your scotch closer to the computer and stop being such a misogynist 😉

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      • Conservative_302 says:

        Barf. You need to learn to take a joke. Very tired of pc police. Freedom baby. We are free to write what we write. Leave your labels at the door pleaae.

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      • Sofa King says:

        My wife enjoys taking care of me.
        And I return the favor.
        Your redefinition of gender roles only applys in a small percentage of household’s, and doesn’t necessarily lead to increased levels of happiness OR equality.

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    • farrier105 says:

      They must know where the threats to them are. The fear of declassification is one of them. Look what Wray did to the Kavelec document with retroactive, preposterous classification. They know what to fear.

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  8. phaedrus cj says:

    This imminent release has been promoted for weeks Tic toc . . ..

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  9. icthematrix says:

    Thrilled to hear this. It is time. Releases coming in stages, each building on the other. I don’t expect the information alone to be so compelling that everyone gasps and realizes how wrong they’ve been. I hope I’m surprised and it’s a clear nuclear blast against these evil ones. Left will explain via nuance and insistence that they had to follow the trail like good soldiers. That line of defense has already been floated and initiated in bits and pieces. Will still be critical to see AG move quickly to intensify pace of investigations.

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    • SalixVeridi says:

      I do wonder if the mainstream liberal news networks will try to keep a lid on this. You know, they like to keep their viewers unaware and stupid.

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  10. I sense a strategy developing where the declassification will be a MOAB a month for the next 6 months, culminating into prosecutions of bad actors the following 6 months. This is finally turning in our favor. AG Barr has to see that one political party has radicalized the country and corrupted our legal system all the way up to the FISA court. Interesting times ahead.

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  11. Gadsden says:

    Tillerson triangulating to try to take Trump out now. Big ugly coming and the swamp is going to the mattresses. This will be a very ugly 12 months.

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    • NJF says:

      What happened with Tilllerson?

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      • bertdilbert says:

        Tillerson met with a bipartisan group of lawmakers and staffers from the House Foreign Affairs Committee after a request from Rep. Eliot L. Engel (D-N.Y.). It was closed door so they can make stuff up.

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        • C says:

          I just don’t understand Tillerson any longer . His other hires are also in the public sphere working against us. Why’d he even make it into the administration? He’s turning out to be the worst of the batch as his lingering stench seems to keep wafting back this late in the game. Was Trump forced to bring him in, in a sense?

          And what was Tillerson’s endgoal then? Was he just actively working against Trump? What did Tillerson even do at the department while he was there? Was he effective for MAGA in any sense of the term?

          I always assumed he was at least gutting the thing like a CEO would. But now I wonder…

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          • Tillerson was a disaster at State. The employees there were close to a revolt–he managed insularly like a multinational CEO with a few hand-picked “insiders” to protect him, from what I’ve read.
            Totally over his head and unable to adjust to the difference in managing a government bureaucracy vs. a private company. Like it or not, it requires different skills in persuasion and influence, far less ability to manage on a top down basis.
            Pompeo has been able to accomplish so much more, not just because of his superior knowledge and gov’t experience, but also because of his style. Not to mention that Sec’y Pompeo is on board with MAGA.

            I saw him last weekend at Claremont gala–quite an impressive guy through and through.

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          • The Boss says:

            I think Tillerson had one purpose – to help with the Saudi reset. After that, he was gone. There may have been a post to that effect here at the time he was fired.

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    • Phil Free says:

      The President knew we would eventually reach this point.
      He is ready — he is waiting, and he will end up riding that bull like no-one’s ever seen.

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    • chipin8511 says:

      Trump is disrupting the rat line money flows Oil pipelines weapons drugs human trafficking uranium and more bet on it both sides hate him $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Left out HUD.

        Carson keeping illegals from being allowed
        into HUD units will stop a butt ton of money
        laundering. For units to keep being built/
        financed ( on everybody else paying taxes
        backs), you need to keep casting out the
        nets. For more measurable poverty.

        Chicken or egg scenario. Which comes
        first, the poverty or the units?

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  12. Scott says:

    Wondering if the lack of exculpatory evidence was the reason why the first FISA was rejected? And when finally approved, the “exculpatory” evidence was made up?

    If the exculpatory evidence was sent to the judges and they still approved it……….

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  13. 335blues says:

    There is a face missing from the mosaic pictures of the perpetraitors.
    It has been noticed and suggested by others at CTH.
    IT IS THE FACE OF ANDREW WEISSMAN.
    This snake is part of the heart of the attempted coup d’etat.
    If the dossier was the virus, then Weissman was the syringe.
    How many lives has he destroyed?

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    • Jan says:

      I think AG Barr got him. Meadows/Jordan sent a letter inquiring why Weissmann and another DOJ lawyer on the Mueller team were not being looked at for their conflicts of interest. Next thing you know Weissmann is not just finishing up with the Mueller investigation BUT leaving the DOJ and then going on to teach at a less than scholarly law school–not a cushy job in a DC law firm.

      It’s likely why Mueller is reluctant to testify before Congress….The Mueller Report is likely mostly Weissmann’s doing. And Mueller isn’t going to have the answers to either party’s questions, especially Republicans.

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      • chipin8511 says:

        Bingo and they will ask for proof on the servers they .There is none Crowdstrike is a Russian owned firm Dimitrov Alperovich FBI CIA asset lied.

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  14. WSB says:

    “Bucket Five – Intelligence documents that were presented to the Gang of Eight in 2016 that pertain to the FISA application used against U.S. person Carter Page; including all exculpatory intelligence documents that may not have been presented to the FISA Court.”

    Would this be the correct Gang of Eight?

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  15. LBB says:

    I was re-reading Lindsey’s March letter to Barr because we have been talking about FISC & Woods procedure with new released transcripts. It pretty much covers this bucket, but I was trying to remember what he said about all the “rules” (swore someone said something about, unless they changed the rules) which is #6 of his letter.

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  16. All Too Much says:

    As I understand it, via Sundance declassification is a process, and the declassification date is not the release date. I hope I said that right. POTUS requests declassification, then the various agencies, FBI, DNI, DOJ, etc., review and either approve or reject release. If that is correct, Solomon is not saying we will see the documents in 7-8 days, instead, POTUS will request declassification. See this link –

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2019/01/29/part-i-the-presidential-declassification-counter-punch-understanding-the-process/

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    • Dutchman says:

      Alltoomuch;
      I THINK you are mistaken. The IC already DID their review, said they were ready to release, but were concerned it would effectvrelatiins with allies, etc.
      THATS when PDJT turned it over to I.G.Horowitz, as a nuetral arbiter.
      It is surmised that PDJT was being threatened with impeachment if he released, but we don’t KNOW that.

      Point is, the I.C. “Community” has already completed their declass process.
      They don’t get two bites at the apple.

      I THINK,…

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      • 🍺Gunny66 says:

        That’s what the President does. He keeps “His” hands off.

        As he did during the SC fiasco….Therefore no obstruction…

        Same here….He will be in Japan or the UK when more than likely Horowitz or Barr releases the documents…

        And Dutch you are correct….they started the Declass process a while ago.

        They are ready for the release…As far as Impeachmeny goes….

        They have nothing….and they know it…..if they even tried it now the backlash would be Huge…

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  17. Benedict Comey says:

    Time to roll. Let’s get the declass moving. Nothing like a little sunshine to unhinge the kleptocrats.

    Liked by 8 people

  18. gsonFIT says:

    dems will begin impeachment as soon as they can. They will want to discredit the mistruths and injustices that Sundance has shown us these past 2.5 years. They will claim that sure Obama spied but hey, he had to keep an eye on Trump. After all PDJT was being impeached for that Russian counter intel investigation dont you know. Of course impeachment will not be successful, but that makes no difference to dems. tThey need a talking point to diffuse the Obama coup fiasco

    50 years from now who will know which begat what?

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    • BigTalkers says:

      ..Which will directly result in their losing the House in 2020, thank God.

      Liked by 2 people

    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      Any industrious, truth-seeking historian (and they do exist) will unravel it. Never fear. History is one of our very best and most important friends. That is why it is so slighted in the 21st Century educational system.

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      • Sugarhillhardrock says:

        Center bull, JoAnn.
        Nice shooting.

        Facts and history are the enemies of their relativism, and other Frankfurt School nonsense.

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  19. Caius Lowell says:

    Drip… drip… drip…

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  20. Sammy Hains says:

    Would be interesting if documents embarrassing the UK were released right as President Trump is meeting with Theresa May. It could give him some added leverage.

    Liked by 2 people

    • bofh says:

      Except that “leverage” exists only so long as the documents are NOT released. Once they’re made public there is no leverage, only damage.

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      • Sammy Hains says:

        I don’t think that is correct, really.
        Though it may look like President Trump may be dealing with Prime Minister Boris Johnson by the time he touches down in England.

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    • chipin8511 says:

      Its not her its the Queen who ran the operation against Trump he upset the rat lines mone$$$$$ flow.Paddy Dearlove Sambai and many more.

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    • lftpm says:

      Visiting UK could be dangerous for Trump. Recall the incident at his golf club in Scotland where one of his SS detail died. If I were he, I’d announce that I’ll have to reschedule this one, and get back to you about when.

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  21. chojun says:

    There’s something I’ve been struggling with since today’s review of the Sally Moyer testimony transcript.

    Based on her testimony, the FBI officials did not break FBI protocol because the Woods Protocol simply requires the FBI to cite their sources somewhere in the investigative material (i.e. footnotes).

    Does this mean then that they have protected themselves from defrauding the FISC? Or is this just a procedural maneuver to prevent them from getting into trouble by FBI rules?

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    • All Too Much says:

      I think they violated FISC Rule 13 which requires the FBI to advise the court if, post-warrant issue, the FBI learns underlying facts are not true. The secret pings, for example.
      In the scope of things, and repercussion would be deminimus.

      Rule 13. Correction of Misstatement or Omission; Disclosure of Non-Compliance.
      (a) Correction ofMaterial Facts. Ifthe government discovers that a submission to the Court contained a misstatement or omission of material fact, the government, in writing, must immediately inform the Judge to whom the submission was made of:
      (1) the misstatement or omission;
      (2) any necessary correction;
      (3) the facts and circumstances relevant to the misstatement or omission;
      (4) any modifications the government has made or proposes to make in how it will implement any authority or approval granted by the Court; and
      (5) how the government proposes to dispose ofor treat any information obtained as a result ofthe misstatement or omission.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Bottom line, so you don’t get lost in the weeds;
        “If you have the LAW on your side,
        Argue the LAW.
        If you have the FACTS on your,side,
        Argue the facts.
        If you have neither, POUND your fists on the defence table!
        (In other words, make an emotional appeal, and hope the jury doesn’t notice you have neither Law or Facts on your side)

        Well, PDJT has the LAW on his side,
        And he has the facts on his,side,
        And the enemy are TOTALLY focused on attempting to ‘control the narrative’, and ‘spin’, cause thats,all they have!

        In short, TIMING, for PDJT isn’t AS important, because facts are facts, and can’t be changed by time.

        Like the Chicoms, the Uniparty is sctewed, and they did it to themselves.
        Coincidence?

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      • Grassleysgirl/Breitbartista says:

        1.misinformation about Steele.Too much to list . There is no Russian embassy in Miami.
        Omissions: Steele insisted that the warrant had to be filed before election day.
        Steele was leaking to the press i.e. Yahoo and the Nation, Isikoff and David Corn.
        Steele was backdooring bits to the DOJ through Ohr.
        To name a few.

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        • JoAnn Leichliter says:

          Addendum: the “supporting material” given for the Dossier actually came from the Dossier’s author and not an independent source.

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    • WES says:

      Chojun: Ristvan indicated Moyer’s view is incorrect.

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    • Louisiana Tea Rose says:

      Absense of exculpatory evidence.

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    • Kleen says:

      FISC abuse is normal and decades old. They have been exposed before and I think nothing happened.

      https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/428755-mueller-hauled-before-secret-fisa-court-to-address-fbi-abuses-in-2002

      The way these people behaved it tells me they were very comfortable with everything including involving dozens of people in their scheme. Criminal or not, they acted like it wasn’t. It only makes sense if this is something they get away with all the time therefore, they were just doing the same thing again. Nothing new.

      If you are going to break the law, for the first time, with the risk of getting caught and suffering consequences you limit the amount people participating to only one or 2…. and only people you trust enough not to screw you.

      Think of murders… they don’t tell about 40 people that they will murder someone. They keep it as hidden as possible. They go out of their way to hide everything.

      The fact that this was a mass operation involving other countries and dozens of people in my opinion it’s just normal activity( to the players) Happens all the time, they were not trying to hide from their peers. They were all in game.

      Think about that.

      They all worked hard to make it happen as usual, daily work. Everyday duty. Another day at the office.

      Judging by their arrogance makes sense.

      We are not talking about a few blue colar workers at Walmart that might get about 30 sec on the local news when they break the law

      We are talking about fomer POTUS, former FBI, CIA directors, Former AGs, etc. these people have a LOT to lose if caught breaking the law. The news would be global and never die.

      What they did is unconstitutional. But apparently they have been ignoring the constitution for decades.

      Something tells me, they’ve done this before many times and nothing ever happened.

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    • WRB says:

      As I understand it, the Woods procedure was put in place to prevent the FBI from committing fraud on the FISA court. Using or not using the procedure is not what is important, it is whether fraud was committed. (It was in this case).

      Now if fraud was committed, it looks better if you can say, “heh, I followed the Woods procedure… it was an honest mistake.” Maybe that gets you off if it was a one time event.

      On the other hand, if you are part of a RICO conspiracy to subvert the lawful gov’t, it won’t help you, because you did commit a fraud, and prosecutors will squeeze you hard to rat out the other conspirators.

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      • chojun says:

        I went back and read Ristvan’s and Sidney Powell’s comments.

        There’s a great deal of irony in Sally Moyer’s testimony. She notably referred to Trump voters as “retarded”, yet she is blissfully trying to hide behind the Woods protocol which is, as I now understand it, an internal FBI protocol that has no bearing on whether FBI actions in the FISC are lawful or not.

        I was nervous because I thought these people were going to skate on Woods but it looks like they won’t, and they’re incredibly stupid people, all of them – with enough hubris between them to fill a stadium.

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  22. BigTalkers says:

    I’ll bet Page’s undercover work for the FBI resulting in REAL Russian Spies pleading guilty to federal charges of espionage isn’t in there, nor was the FISA Court informed of these voluntary patriotic activities.

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    • WSB says:

      Yes. And I am not really who Page actually is. He was never charged. Why?

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      • WSB says:

        …not really sure…

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        • TarsTarkas says:

          IMO because he was the needle to inject the poison of Muh Russia into the Trump campaign. He admitted he kept in touch with Trump officials even after he was no longer with the campaign/transition team/administration. And since he was under surveillance (and I strongly suspect he knew he was), by the two hops rule everyone and everyone they contacted was under surveillance, mean for all practical purposes the whole incoming admin. His Gomer Pyle act no longer amuses. The man supposedly graduated at the top of his class. Either he bought his grades or he is smart.

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        • pucecatt says:

          I have always thought something was off with Carter Page , there has got to be more to his story in all this .🧐

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          • Dutchman says:

            Actually, I think people are distracted by his,…demeanor. Forget that, for the moment. If we accept Sundances premise, they were pressured.
            They were in a HURRY, to get a FISA warrant to try to cover up the earlier spying done without warrants (702 searches by contractors, busted by NSA compliance officer and adm.rogers)

            So, they needed SOMEBODY that they could USE, for that purpose. They didn’t CARE about the two hop rule, just the cover.
            And somebody in the small group, probably stroxz or mccabe, says “I know a guy, we used him awhile back.
            He actuallybhelped us bust a Russian, for espionage. We could SPIN that, however, that he was WORKING with the Russians. THAT could work.
            Yeah, and we’ll take this cockamamie dossier that Hillary paid for, to use,as an “Oct. Surprise”, and include it to the Fisa court, to ‘flesh out’ the FISA applications.
            So Carter Page was JUST a convenient ‘stooge’who happened to A) volonteer for Trump campaign, and B) had previous interactions with Russian intel.

            Occams razor

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            • Ok but he’s a military academy grad. From the top of his class and his job was intelligence. He is also a known agent used to prosecute spies. If a schmuck like me were somehow drawn into being an asset and then testified, I’m pretty sure I would know the playbook from infiltration to successful prosecution. He maintains and cultivates contacts within the PDJT sphere during and after the election in order to widen the IC net. Ocam’s razor to me says he’s the plant inside the campaign.

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          • chipin8511 says:

            CIA worked for both sides useful idiot.

            Liked by 1 person

      • JoAnn Leichliter says:

        Because he never did anything, and apparently Mueller couldn’t bait him into a perjury trap. Page was just the tool used to pry open the door yo spying on the Trump campaign. No one in the FBI or DOJ ever actually thought he was guilty of anything.

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  23. MAGADJT says:

    Let them start with impeachment. That would be like pouring jet fuel on their dumpster fire of a party. Impeachment will drive so many people to Trump it won’t even be funny. Just my opinion.

    Liked by 7 people

  24. vikingmom says:

    So much happening all at once – thankful I have CTH to keep me updated but I am feeling information overload right now and am just praying that the truth is FINALLY going to be revealed!!

    Liked by 3 people

  25. montanamel says:

    Well,
    Now I have experienced a ” missing ” post….on this thread… Just happened like 10 min ago or less.
    Should have cleared all the hoops and rails….didn’t threaten to tear anyone’s face off and poop in the hole or ….
    AND…I still have to sign in ever time I post and I can’t figure out how to do a simple LIKE any more either…
    Thanks, if anyone can help.
    Check-6

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  26. CopperTop says:

    The Queen stepped in re:coup with minimal prodding from 45. This meeting and release has been long planned and will go well. This is because months ago she was alerted to the plot over a decision to invite/not invite the PM to Harry’s wedding. PM had heard about Hannigan (GCHQ) coup ties because the pedo priest causing a mess in Hannigan’s decsion making was being hauled before a court.

    The timing of this court matter in the UK directly coincides with Trump making positive statements towards Queen Elizabeth amid the deplorable comments coming from the London Mayor. Trump refrained from ‘Your MI-6 trusted Steele, Theresa? Well your head guy was such a great judge of character how come he vouched for a pedo preist?”

    At the very same time press was asking to whom invites would go out to the 5th in line’s wedding. . His former Hannigan staff had to come clean about role in what would be a national pedo scandel AND a coup which based on basic knowledge of law and press cycles would come to a complete boil about the time of the weeding.

    At that point the Queen would have been notified…so then shortly after it was announce Harry’s wedding would not contain the PM. And why would they risk it with the potential the American spouse to be’s home country would be going CRAZY over what the UK govt did to support a soft coup. Sure these things are often not state events…but don’t be fooled by that out.

    Trump is the son of her majesty’s subject and Dday and all….

    and On the Sunday after the wedding of Harry to Megan….

    He tweeted SPYGATE to a

    ROYAL Lead [sic] Zeplen reception by the traitor US press…and you have the slow slog to where we are today.

    FIN

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  27. Payday says:

    Meanwhile, PDT got his 6th true constitutionalist confirmed to the Ninth Circuit today, 41st overall (23% of the court). And cloture on 4 more district courts (69 overall). Wouldn’t be surprised to see 5 more district clotures tomorrow. Only 6 vacancies left on Appeals. Two for both the 2nd and 9th circuits.

    It’s been lightening speed and I expect he will confirm over 200 of 768 district judges before this term ends.

    All this going on behind the media noise and in time to hopefully help protect both PDT and his agenda. Gotta tip my hat to the Turtle. He’s not taking his foot off the pedal. Along with the global economic reset, this is the greatest success of his presidency.

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  28. Newhere says:

    Presented to Gang of 8 in 2016. They are all in serious trouble, if things are getting in real.

    Let’s review whom we’re talking about during the relevant time. On the republican side, one is leading the charge on accountability (Nunes); two are leaving politics and that leaves McConnel:

    Paul Ryan (retired, after undercutting Nunes + freedom caucus through the midterms)
    Nunes (leading the white hats)
    Burr (retiring)
    McConnell

    Among the dems, 4 of the 5 are among the most repulsive and loud members of the democrat party. (I’m putting Schumer in the slightly-less-odious category):

    Schumer
    Pelosi
    Feinstein/Warren
    Schiff (leading the black hats)

    Notice the republican side — two of the four are retiring, and the third has been way out in front for justice from the beginning. And ……….. then there’s McConnell (let’s not kid ourselves; he’s absolutely got skin in this game and won’t go quietly into that good night).

    So, the dems: Notice Schiff, Feinstein and Pelosi are all from the safest of safe districts in California — no doubt so they could literally be caught dead to rights on anything and not lose their seats (I mean — let’s be honest, they have been).

    Wild predictions: I think Schiff and/or Feinstein, who’s obstruction has been so extreme, may end up indicted. Minimally, let’s hope this puts Feinstein out to pasture. Ditto Pelosi. Somehow I don’t have any feeling about Mark Warren — even though we already know he was surreptitiously reaching out to Steele. I could see anything from indictment to nothing. Wouldn’t surprise me if he cuts a deal and survives.

    So here’s my big leap. This one’s a stretch. Who do you think Trump has the best chance to work with in the Senate — McConnell or Schumer? Who do you think is *truly* more disposed to see the writing on the wall, and do what he needs to do? Who’s more the scrappy realist — as opposed to the megalomaniacal sith? I could see Schumer pulling a Lindsay Graham and cutting a deal, agreeing to help, and becoming a sort of “frenemy” to Trump. I’m not saying indictments should be traded for politics; but I’m looking at what seems to have happened with Lindsay, who was lockstep with McCain and suddenly appears to be one of the good guys.

    I keep coming back to this, but McConnell may be the single most dangerous pol for Trump; his monied and power interests are diametrically opposed to America First, and he’s eyeball deep in the coup. He’s dangerous. I believe more so than Schumer. I think it could make for extremely interesting dynamics ahead.

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    • Payday says:

      You’re right. That is a leap.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Newhere says:

        Which part? That Trump would cut a deal with any of them (fair objection), or that, of all of them, it would be Schumer? Who’s the better ally in the Senate, honestly?

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        • Payday. says:

          Read my above post on the courts. Schumer will never make any deals. He must just be defeated. For all McConnells warts, he’s helping to remake law and order in this country. I admit, I have a hard time reconciling these conflicting issues about him.

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        • Payday says:

          The part about Schumer. He won’t deal, he just has to be defeated. See my post above about the courts. For all his warts, the Turtle is working with PDT to bring law and order back to the courts.

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      • Dutchman says:

        I would look at McConnell the opposite way; WHO is DJT the biggest threat to?

        Answer; McConnell as the head of the Republicons. Everything that DJT has done, and is trying to do, ya gotta ask;

        “WHY didn’t our leaders do this years ago?”

        WHY didn’t “Republicans” do this years ago?

        And, when you review everything the only conclusion you can come to is that Republicons have been ‘allowing’ the Dems agenda to move forward, while sabatoging the Republican agenda.

        And, PDJT, by his ACTIONS is exposing that, every day.

        So, its not that Mitch is a threat to PDJT, its that PDJT is a threat to Mitch.

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        • Payday says:

          I agree with all of this. And understanding this, it amazes how vigorously with PDT, he’s remaking the courts

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          • Newhere says:

            McConnell’s all about Chamber of Commerce, courts, and tax cuts, in that order. The courts are where McConnell, as majority leader of the Senate, can actually move things along. But CoC is his main priority and that’s where he’s on collision course with PDT. I agree with Dutchman also. But I think things could get more complicated as the vice tightens on McConnell, both in terms of coup, and on trade, China and immigration (right in CoC wheelhouse). Schumer is more likely to be helpful on trade and China. (No one will be helpful on immigration.)

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            • Payday says:

              The Turtle controls the Senate agenda which makes Schumer irrelevant on Trade. And PDT has McConnell by the sack. It’s the House that’s the real problem.

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              • Newhere says:

                Not necessarily irrelevant because trade agreements aren’t party line votes. Also Fast Track procedures already in place (from 2015 through 2020) compel both chambers to put any trade agreement submitted under Fast Track on the floor within a certain time period.

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        • Newhere says:

          I like this! And I hope so.

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          • 🍺Gunny66 says:

            China deal is basically off the table.

            The President will now just continue to tariff China until they can no longer breathe……like a choke hold

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        • Chip Doctor says:

          Dutchman, you are exactly right. With PT’s hard stance on China, he made it clear that he is willing to go after Mitch. There is nobody with bigger stakes in China than Mitch and when you go after a man’s money, you have declared war. PT is not afraid of Mitch, Mitch is afraid of PT.

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    • Julian says:

      Matt Bevin for Kentucky Senate 2020?

      The MAGA candidate to take down McConnell?

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      • Dutchman says:

        He’ll have to be SQUEAKY CLEAN. It was McConnell that took down Judge Moore in Alabama, thereby discrediting Bannons effort to primary key candidates in 2018.
        McConnell is the dirtiest of the dirty, and will smear anyone who tries to primary him.

        Unless, of coarse he is,so tainted by his involvement with the coup, that he can’t get elected dog catcher in Kentucky, or anywhere else.

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      • LIG says:

        The Courier Journal and the teachers union who illegally striked this spring ( over pensions) have made Bevin their whipping boy. He may lose to previous Governors son for Governor. Beshear has worked against Bevin since the day he was elected as our A G. Politics here and the press are as bad as anywhere. Courier reviles McConnell every chance they get but difficult to mount a challenge to him. I’m praying for our President who I love more and more. He has fulfilled many promises and it is proven he is working for We the People! I’m MAGA all the way and pray for the congressman and lawyers on his side. I pray for Truth, sunlight, Justice, and for leadership of our country not controlled by our enemies. I pray that our people’s eyes will be opened to the rot in our government and bureaucracy and will be persuaded to steer our fine Country in better fashion. So much to accomplish! Will 8 years be enough? I’ll be here reading everyday to watch the coup exposed. Thank you Conservative treehouse and all the patriotic Treepers.

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    • Guyski says:

      Elaine Chao is in President Trump’s for reason.

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    • Your Tour Guide says:

      Reply to Newhere:

      “Mnimally, let’s hope this puts Feinstein to pasture.
      Ditto Pelosi.” Amen,

      Radio silence is still going on with Gavin Newsome.
      Thirteen days now after the weapons haul in the
      Holmby Hills Getty owned mansion. Getty, Newsome,
      Pelosi and Feinstein are all connected. One eats,
      one of the others burps or farts. Keep track of what’s
      NOT being said.

      Just a hunch.

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  29. GTOGUY says:

    Why did Chris Wray bother to classify the Kavalec memo if Truump was just going to de-classify it n a couple of weeks? Makes no sense.

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    • Dutchman says:

      GTOGUY;
      Well, because he’s a MAROON. Hes supposed to be head of the FBI, and he doesn’t KNOW about this memo, that the FBI has had for over 2 years.

      When he FINALLY finds out about it, doesn’t occur to him the author may have made notes, and so his brilliant idea is to classify it to be released in 2046. Mind you, hasn’t BEEN classified for last two years, but now all of a sudden can’t be declassified till everyones dead.

      He’s not just an empty suit, he’s an empty head.

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    • jambo says:

      Certainly got it into the spotlight, if that was the intention of the two-step.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Yeah, but it wasn’t intentional. It was like that genius move, where they released EDITED 911 tapes of the Orlando shooter, remember?

        Then forced to release the REAL tapes, big OOPS!

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    • konradwp1 says:

      Chris “The Hair” Wray ain’t too bright. Censored the emails, but not the handwritten notes … Doh!

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    • badbillbarr says:

      habit

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  30. Scf says:

    First trey howdy about exculpatory evidence and now this. They can all just put up or shut up. We’ve had it. Release the damn documents or shut the hell up.

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  31. BitterC says:

    They say there is also esculpatory info on Gen Flynn. Some sort of DIA file on his infamous trip to Moscow. I think after Obama fired Flynn he continued to work undercover for the DIA…including his work with Turkey & the nuke power stuff in Saudi Arabia

    This

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  32. lcpusa says:

    Let’s see what the 4 Republicans knew about in 2016….McConnell, Ryan, Burr, and whom? Chaffetz?

    Maybe, once in front of the committee, Trump Jr can read some docs to Burr himself.

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  33. Streak 264 says:

    Is the President using this threat as leverage to stop impeachment or border, or are the dems using impeachment as leverage to stop declassify?
    Lets hope this isn’t just a threat.

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  34. joeknuckles says:

    The FBI and the 2016 GO8 will soon be going to hell in a bucket.

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  35. usayes says:

    Interesting… not a single comment above mentions “The Art of the Deal’s” chapter on revenge. Instead of wondering which of the gang of Eight will resign or be indicted or survive, it’s a safe bet that aside from Nunes, NONE of them will survive VSGPDJT’s revanche. This will neuter the CoC and send shivers down the spines of our “complicit” allies. Glorious times ahead.

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  36. spinoneone says:

    This will be a great morning in America if it happens. I am waiting, patiently.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Chump Change says:

      “If”. If it does not, then we have a tyranny from which our Republic will not recover without an eventual bloodletting.

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  37. Bigly says:

    Sean cut John off before he was going to say…and Nancy , ie Hillary, is going to try to distract from it all with impeachment.

    It will be so obvious what the dems are doing after declassification they may never recover.

    But if we do not get Amash out of the house, none of it matters.

    Drain the frivken swamp!

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  38. farrier105 says:

    FISA court held no hearings about application for warrant to spy on Carter Page:

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/FD-VT56FPgs/

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  39. fred5678 says:

    Ready to order one bucket of popcorn for every bucket of documents.

    Can’t wait for the TV movie — wonder how many screenwriters now getting out their Final Draft templates for the treatment of “All the President’s Spies”, a 20 episode mini-series to debut Sept. 2020. 20 episodes are needed to slow;y and carefully spoon-feed the public on the complicated coup plot.

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    • bjackson says:

      I’m looking forward to the movie too. I first thought it was going to be a drama, but the element of blonde Honey Pot who they ran at Papdope… it’s going to be a comedy. I mean the ‘Honey Po’t is right out of Blazing Saddles.
      Think of the scene in Lilly Von Stchupps ‘dwessing womb’.
      LVS: “They say you Gweeks are wather kinky”
      Background noise: Zipper
      LVS: It twue! – Ouch – It’s twue ouch!!!! It’s twue ….

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  40. Mark Webb says:

    But will Obama be charged?

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  41. Bogeyfree says:

    Once this all gets declassified will there be any newspaper or media outlet who puts out this headline?

    IT WAS ALL A FRAUD AND A FRAME JOB FROM DAY ONE.

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  42. Lion2017 says:

    Why does the timeframe have to be announced? Just do it!

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    • TradeBait says:

      Because all of the letter agencies have to officially respond to PDT’s orders within a specified period of time to comply with the law/regulations for release. In other words, if they want to object to an order they have to present their reasoning within a timeline, then have their reasoning declined, and then further objections be cleared through the DOJ.

      That he is giving a timeline for release tells us that any objections are mere formalities that will be cleared so that the DCLAS can begin.

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    • Chip Doctor says:

      It causes the rats to scramble and throw each other under the bus.

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  43. railer says:

    This declassification must be quite a potent threat, to get McConnell to poke his head out of his shell so early like this. He NEVER talks about budget issues until it’s 24 hours to a shutdown and he can intimidate everybody into signing the bill that his paymasters demand.

    Trump’s got the Swamp frightened for sure. We’ll see where this all goes.

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  44. Justin Green says:

    I wouldn’t be surprised if the timing of the declassification hasn’t been – to some extent – thought about in terms of the chain reactions it will cause and Trump’s re-election campaign 🙂

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  45. scrap1ron says:

    The real sh t bucket of deplorables are about to be exposed? We’ll see. It doesn’t mean a thing till they’re swinging. It’s the only appropriate response to this level of abuse of power. Anything less and this abuse will continue. The “Patriot Act” needs to be abolished. What an ironic name, there’s nothing patriotic about it when it’s used as a cover to legitimize those with a Stasi mentality and intent.

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  46. TradeBait says:

    Every leftist that votes to impeach PDT will have his/her sins exposed publicly. Meanwhile PDT will wear the term as a badge of courage. It will be represent the death rattle of the DNC, which cannot happen soon enough.

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  47. Chump Change says:

    Out of the ENTIRE gang of 8, only NUNES was for the truth…the other 7 were AGAINST Trump. Here’s the list:
    1. Pelosi
    2. Schiff
    3. Feinstein
    4. Schumer
    5. Ryan the Lyin’ RINO
    6. McConnell…Cocaine Bejing Mitch
    7. Burr…”Subpoena Trump Junior”
    8. Nunes

    This is the gang that provided National Intelligence Oversight of the entire Pee Pee Dossier.

    Time for Revenge…and I hope that Barr sends them all to hell…minus Nunes.

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  48. Zippy says:

    “this is the original list as outlined in September 2018”

    Missed that. Whose list?

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    • Zippy says:

      I can only find four components (buckets) in the only September 2018 list I can find using Google:

      https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/09/19/conflicting-reports-over-doj-and-fbi-classification-and-redaction-removal/

      Breaking down the presidential directive to the four component parts helps understanding the issue(s), and the likelihood for redactions within the release(s):

      (1) pages 10-12 and 17-34 of the June 2017 application to the FISA court in the matter of Carter W. Page;
      (2) all FBI reports of interviews with Bruce G. Ohr prepared in connection with the Russia investigation;
      (3) all FBI reports of interviews prepared in connection with all Carter Page FISA applications.
      (4) publicly release of all text messages relating to the Russia investigation, without redaction, of James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, and Bruce Ohr.

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  49. Cocoon says:

    Like Barr, the more answers we receive, the more questions we have.
    We do know FBI contractors were illegally surveilling Americans for years.
    The FISA Court told us this in 2016 and yet who these contractors were, what info they collected, on whom, distributed to who, is stuill not public?
    Let’s add to the questions, who has a government family member paid by these contractors?
    And then there’s Judge Contreras?
    Is it possible the insurance policy was intended to cover up the illegal surveilling of Americans done under Obama Administration?
    Our framers were right, we cannot trust government, even law enforcement, to do the right thing.

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  50. The Boss says:

    After just watching a sweating, addle-brained Nancy Pelosi try to keep up her facade of control over her lunatic House caucus, I’d say a series of well-timed document releases will overshadow all dem attempts to engineer an impeachment narrative.

    I can almost hear The Doors singing “This is the end….”

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