Devin Nunes Asks President Trump To Question PM Theresa May Over U.K. Involvement in “Spygate”…

Oh dear, ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, Devin Nunes, is asking President Trump to question U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May:

(source)

This is a very public letter.  Obviously British diplomats, politicians and intelligence officials will have immediately read it.  Perhaps Chairman Devin Nunes is opening the door for President Trump to aid in a more, well, diplomatic approach to the questions.

Heck, there’s no guarantee Theresa May will still be Prime Minister on Friday.  The U.K. election for representatives to the EU parliament is tomorrow, Thursday 5/23/19.  There’s a possibility Nigel Farage’s newly formed Brexit Party is going to win big in that election…. If that happens, U.K. politics will be completely disrupted.

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300 Responses to Devin Nunes Asks President Trump To Question PM Theresa May Over U.K. Involvement in “Spygate”…

  1. Don says:

    Not likely questions to ask per-se; most probably questions DN and PT already have the answers to. „People tend to ask questions they already know the answer to because they typically want you to take the responsibility for the choice they know they should make.“ PSY.Com

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    • WILL PEOPLE STOP USE PEOPLE’S INITIALS WHEN WRITING ABOUT A PARTICULAR PERSON…READ THE GUIDELINES FOR COMMENTS:
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      It would be greatly appreciated and also would make you’re comment more coherent in scope…

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      • Exfiltration of Wealth says:

        DN is Devin Nunes, PT is President Trump………..and you should switch to decaf ED 50……..I mean, eagledriver 50.

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        • PhantomWSO81 says:

          Sorry, EOW, I gotta go with Eagle Frontseater 50. Not all worked/played in the same sandbox thus there are varying degrees of acronym awareness. Not all geese are ganders and vice versa. If Eagle threw out FYDP, HHCL, FIGMO, etc., many wouldn’t get it, I would and so would those of us who babysat Megaton attitude adjusters.

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          • LeastInterestingManInTheWorld says:

            Bravo!!!!!

            “Megaton attitude adjusters”……….Too freakin funny, go get em Snydley

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          • Exfiltration of Wealth says:

            As it happens, I AGREE with eagledriver, nothing is more insufferable than unclear acronyms………….but ya gotta agree, DN and PT are pretty clear, and with his all caps response, it was apparent that he was just waiting to POUNCE on someone’s use of acronyms instead of the full names and it would have been a much more compelling argument if it had been in reference to another post…………your’s(that would be U, Phantom) for instance!

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        • Daniel says:

          There are actually good reasons for this sites rules. Among these are to defend against inevitable attacks by the left. Stating things unclearly could lead to enormous problems for this site. And this site absolutely does get read by people of influence. We are also read internationally, and we need to world to know what’s going on in this country just as much as we need to know what’s going on there. The content here could potentially lead to this site being banned/blocked in other countries for any ridiculous reason.

          This site may have been something more social — I don’t know, but today, it has become incredibly important, influential and relevant.

          And while Sundance goes into great detail about things which violate the rules (for good reasons) it could be stated as three things:

          Be clear, Be civil, Be on topic.

          I just violated the third, but I think it’s worth saying.

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  2. Oldretiredguy says:

    If May is gone and not protecting her deep state, there could be some really incriminating evidence coming out of the UK. Communist Brennan has to be in a blown full panic attack. With the number of players in the collusion scam, there has to be tons of self preservation documentation around. The whole deal will mushroom after the IG report.

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  3. Query says:

    Of course this is looking very good.
    The redoubtable Nunes knows stuff.
    Imagine if I’m wrong and it won’t be just some J walking process charges but Institution destroying major felonies that envelope the elites at FBI, DoJ and even, just maybe, the Judiciary and State.

    The chance to save the US Republic still remains, then.
    Good.

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    • LULU says:

      Devin Nunes was one of the – if not THE – first to throw light on all the bad stuff that was going on. I will not criticize him. It is critical that strong light be cast on the UK’s part in it and May was in charge when it happened. Nunes is able to do just that. I continue to applaud him.

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    • strateshooter says:

      as frightening as this is , I believe the future of the republic rests on the shoulders of one man , AG William Barr and just how much courage he has to take on the SOROS+DNC+MEDIA + Deep State machine.
      Think David v Goliath + the sad/mad Denaerys with 3 healthy Dragons in tow.
      William Barr is going to need cojones the size of melons.
      Not clear to me yet if he has them.

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      • Moe Grimm says:

        Well stated Strat. And too, Barr has a legacy with “Bob” and “Rod”. More, he defended, pro bono, the fbi murderer Lon Horiuchi. All Barr is to me and many I know at this point, is just another commodity who works in that disgusting city on the Potomac. I’ll trust Barr when I see the first set of indictments. Many here are adept at setting themselves up for another in a very very long string of disappointments predicated on delusions.

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        • RLTW says:

          Lon was ordered to take that shot by FBI Executive Management. He should NOT have taken that shot as it is up to the individual law enforcement officer to deduce and articulate a perception of imminent threat to oneself and/or others before pulling the trigger.

          Never the less Lon followed orders and was promptly thrown under the bus by the FBI Executive Management who ordered him to take the shot. Cut Lon some slack. He was a young man who followed illegal orders. It destroyed his life.

          Not to take away the fact that Randy Weaver’s pregnant wife got shot in the back by the FBI. So many lives destroyed that day. Except for those in FBI Management. They all got promotions.

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  4. JohninMK says:

    Sitting here in middle England, about to vote, along with almost everyone I know, for the Brexit Party, I think that was a brilliant move by Nunes.

    I should imagine that this morning in MI5 and 6 and GCHQ there is an awful lot of work just starting up on answering those questions. Just in case of course.

    I doubt we will ever get to see the answers, none of it being illegal here in the UK, but its just very, very embarrassing when your side loses.

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    • bayoukiki says:

      Good luck to you guys. MEGA!!!

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    • Good Luck JohninMK on the VOTE for BREXIT…prayers are with you guys!!!

      …also a lot of VERY TIGHT SPHINCTERS trying to keep that feeling of oblivion from coming at them…

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      • strateshooter says:

        I just voted BREXIT too.
        My sphincter very OK thanks. I think we will smash this election.
        situation in UK is like in the US… the elites + tame and bought media + Soros money failed last time and they will fail again this time.
        despite the constant stream of fear propaganda the BREXIT PARTY will win this election.
        And this time it will go on to change British politics.
        The political elite are in denial about it and their media pals are firing on all cylinders but people no longer trust the old UniParty. It won’t come back.

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    • Daniel says:

      It’s not about legality. It’s about confirming the basis for:
      1) Treason charges here in the US
      2) Continuation of the relationship between the US and the UK
      3) The continuation of the five eyes relationship

      I, for one, have long ago realized that the UK’s values and standards are very misaligned with our own. And frankly, we have little similarity as it pertains to how we view an impartial justice system or of how the government should represent and defend the interests of the people.

      With ALL good negotiations, we should be prepared to walk away and that includes our relationship with the UK which has been consistently more take than give.

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    • LULU says:

      Thank you JohninMK! My Brit friends agree with you. So do I.

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    • Peppurr says:

      I lived in England (Nottingham) during the mid 60s for a few yrs. Aside from the Pakies coming in and takng over the taxi business, it was fun times. I took my kids there during the early ’90s and I was shocked. London was unrecognizable . Couldn’t even find a decent fish and chip shop.My sympathies to you and I’m praying for a Brexit party win!

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    • Bill Hollinger says:

      Good luck tomorrow!

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  5. M Droy says:

    And Theresa May should certainly ask Trump about any FBI/CIA involvement in the Skripal murder.
    (Skripal being a Russian colleague of Steele with considerably better links to Russia than Steele – but that link is subject to a D-Notice so the British press is banned from repeating that).

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  6. Pyrthroes says:

    On the threshold of a decisive Brexit vote, with Trump’s State Visit in the offing fresh from punctuating the Reiwa Emperor’s era in Japan, May’s pending resignation tosses another faggot on Boris Johnson’s – Nigel Farage’s penitent/witch-burning fire.

    Precisely on generational schedule, 72 years from Hiroshima in 1945, Trump’s post-Postwar Era is shaping up as a worldwide rebuke to seven decades of soft-coup Nanny Statism beloved of parasitic rentiers from Washington, DC, to Brussels, Moscow, and Peking. (Ankara and Riyadh, Brazilia, Djakarta, New Delhi. are as usual behind-the-curve.)

    From an American domestic standpoint, Five Eyes’ comeuppance looms as a great positive. Not that Congressional Rats will ever accomplish anything through January 2021, but when Trump’s electoral dam bursts there’ll be historic ‘ell to pay.

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  7. Realist says:

    The UK’s pathetic incompetent useless Politicians are almost certainly involved, Every Political Party in the UK would be EXTREME LEFTIST in the USA no matter what they call themselves.

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  8. Lulu says:

    Screw em. The UK tried to remove our duly elected president. Add to that, they oppress their own people and hold political prisoners.

    And frankly I have refused to spend one penny on tourism or British products since learning the government allowed tens of thousands of working-class girls to be raped and prostituted by muslims.

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  9. litenmaus says:

    Lulu, just saw the Dutch were doing the same thing as the Brits…The immigration minister was informing the parliament about misdemeanor crimes done by “immigrants”, but not identifying rapes & murders against Dutch citizens.

    http://freewestmedia.com/2019/05/23/dutch-asylum-minister-resigns-after-faked-report-on-migrant-crime/

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  10. lcpusa says:

    some of our so called “allies” actually committed acts of war against us. britain is one of those. AS our geotus would say, we have to make sure it never happens again.

    it will be interesting if Boris Johnson becomes the PM, as he personally signed off and ordered spying on Trump.

    at any rate, today is nigel farage day and i expect an earth moving EU election. let us all pray for Tommy Robinson to win. He’s the Mandela of British politics now.

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    • We can only hope and pray!

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    • Ilcon says:

      Mandela?

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    • Crwys says:

      Just to clear up some confusion here: Tommy Robinson would like to be a member of UKIP (which is Nigel Farage’s former party) but wasn’t allowed to join. Both UKIP and the Brexit Party (Nigel Farage’s current party) are standing in today’s EU elections. This is mildly unfortunate as this will cause some split in the pro-Brexit vote but Nigel Farage had no choice but to form a new party as UKIP have had a succession of short-lived or incompetent or disastrous leaders since he left and have completely gone off the rails. Robinson is pretty much irrelevant to this election other than that his tenuous association with UKIP will reduce their vote considerably.
      —-
      The Brexit Party is very likely to be the largest party (UK Party in the EU parliament) after these European elections, though I’m not sure that it will make the slightest bit of difference in the UK Parliament. May will be ditched in June. Where we end up depends on who succeeds her as leader of the Conservative party. If we get a May 2.0 (e.g. Amber Rudd) then who knows what the outcome might end up being. If we don’t get a proper Brexit, many, myself included, will never vote Conservative again and will need a new political home which will mean a significant realignment of UK Politics.

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      • OldParatrooper says:

        I’m not overly familiar with the Tommy Robinson saga, but it does jump out at you that the Brits need a First Amendment almost as much as they need a Second Amendment.

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  11. askandgettruth says:

    you can bet the british were in this up to their eyeballs. after 1776 and 1812 we should have sailed there and put them out of their misery and ours. nothing happens today in this world that the usa and england are not involved. EVIL EMPIRES #1 and #2

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  12. Must read article from the Epoch Times on the UK Intel Agencies and their part in Spygate.

    Notice how they left Admiral Mike Rogers out of the loop. (among other things they got away with)

    https://tinyurl.com/y48jo5qj

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    • mr.piddles says:

      “According to The Telegraph, the UK spy chiefs were briefed about the dossier […]

      ‘The heads of MI5 and MI6 and one of [Prime Minister Theresa] May’s most trusted security advisers were told about former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele’s memos on the Trump campaign in the weeks after his November 2016 election victory.'”

      Problem: this is either a.) an outright lie, or b.) the biggest Intelligence Failure in the History Of Intelligence Failures.

      Neither is a good choice. I’ll give MI5 and MI6 the benefit of the doubt on the “Ineptitude Quotient”, so I go with “a”. It’s a lie.

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      • mr.piddles says:

        BTW, I don’t doubt one bit that May herself (and anyone close to her) were totally out of the loop. This was a highly-compartmentalized operation. You know… String Pullers gotta Pull Strings ‘n all that…

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    • mr.piddles says:

      Definitely a good read… thanks for the link. Lots of UK dots to connect there.

      But let’s boil this whole thing down to a level that even a Dummy like me can understand: this was Obama-Surveillance/CIA operation, with John Q. Brennan driving the Clown Bus. And being a Obama-Surveillance/CIA operation, it required assistance from U.S. “friends and allies”. Good Ol’ Five Eyes Burgers ‘n Fries. So it doesn’t really matter how MI5 and MI6 and GCHQ want to spin it in the public sphere now, the CIA simply could not have done it alone… just do the math.

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    • OldParatrooper says:

      Yup, Admiral Rogers is the one IC leader that I expect will come out of this unscathed, maybe Mike Flynn also.

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  13. Right to reply says:

    Not Theresa May though is it? It was on David Cameron’s watch, and he resigned on 24th June 2016. I think we all know what Cameron’s views of Trump are. Especially as Obama and Cameron supported Britain in the EU and profited greatly from the Iran deal. May inherited his mess, not that she is any better.

    I envisage Cameron helping the FBI/CIA/Obama to bring down Trump

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  14. Zippy says:

    Right, because you just know there’s serious investigations going on when a Congressman needs to send a letter to the POTUS to investigate what was said in a UK newspaper article FOUR YEARS AGO. Maybe he should have tweeted like Papa-D did about a then days old Italian newspaper article revealing that the “golly, no one can find him” Mifsud had been living right next to the US embassy in Rome, a tweet which led to POTUS calling the Italian Prime Minister.

    What an absolute F-A-R-C-E.

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    • The Boss says:

      The article was 4 days ago.

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      • Zippy says:

        But MI6 involvement in 2015, four years ago, was first revealed in a UK article over two years ago (not four):

        British spies were first to spot Trump team’s links with Russia
        Exclusive: GCHQ is said to have alerted US agencies after becoming aware of contacts in 2015

        https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/apr/13/british-spies-first-to-spot-trump-team-links-russia

        NO ONE of any significance went to jail over the huge COINTELPRO even with an actual adversarial, watchdog media present then. The FISC/FISA process was a reform measure after to that scandal. How has that worked out? A President who left office, whose criminal acts were exposed to an actual adversarial, watchdog media, most likely because he was a Republican, by the ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR of the FBI, was pardoned by his VP.

        And people think accountability at high levels has gotten BETTER since then and high levels perps will be jailed?

        If SERIOUS investigations are being carried out, why in the hell should a Congressmen have to send a letter request the POTUS do ANYTHING?

        My conclusion stands – this is a slow walked political games FARCE with the desired end result the protection of 3 letter agencies and Five Eyes relations as goal #1. NO ONE of any significance will go to jail as they should.

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        • Springstreet says:

          COINTELPRO was a J Edgar Hooover / LBJ operation (Nixon had no involvement) so the (Liberal) media did very little. Nixon committed no criminal acts … the fake obstruction of justice charge fell apart when they discovered John Dean himself had paid hush money BEFORE his so-called “Cancer on the Presidency” meeting.
          After E Howard Hunt’s wife’s fatal plane crash was investigated by the FBI (who just happened to be waiting nearby) before the FAA even got there … Nixon resigned and his wife and children lived.
          Some things don’t change … just ask Seth Rich.

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          • Zippy says:

            “COINTELPRO was a J Edgar Hooover / LBJ operation (Nixon had no involvement) so the (Liberal) media did very little.”

            I never said Nixon had any involvement in that. COINTELPRO was only accidentally exposed by an illegal break-in not looking specifically for it. Imagine that. Not a single whistle blower I know of over the 15 years of the operation.

            The leftist media did not suppress news of that as they are with SpyGate because it was mainly leftists who were negatively affected by COINTELPRO and some in the media still knew and believed in The Bill of Rights. Of course, the Civil Rights movement was also targeted by that operation.

            “Nixon committed no criminal acts”

            Which is why 18.5 minutes of Oval Office recordings were erased? The remaining ones were mind-blowing enough.

            Anyway, what you say still proves my point. There was no real official accountability for criminal behavior at high levels then and there certainly won’t be any now because what led to what DID happen then, like a whistle blower who happened to be the ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR of the F-B-I and a press which actually served a watchdog function (most enthusiastically likely because Nixon was a Republican) do not even EXIST in this case.

            BTW, my post below on Guatemalan housing pointing out the lack of consequences at high levels other than fines which didn’t even come close to the amount of money MADE during the blatant, fraudulent acts leading to the housing bust exactly mirrors the lack of accountability at high levels of government, too.

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            • Springstreet says:

              Please name the crime NIXON committed. I’m still waiting. Oh … and the “gap” in a tape was not a prosecuted as a crime. And as to your so-called illegal break-in (and the Washington Post’s burglary or bugging) … why did the burglars have a key (and who gave it to them)? And what exactly was stolen and who found a working bug (that was recorded across the street)? And … if the Associate Director of the FBI helped the watchdog media … why did he offer to help NIxon as documented on the smoking gun tape? You let the CIA/FBI/Washington Post fool you into thinking John Dean was a hero and Nixon was a criminal.

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          • Zippy says:

            Although my mention above that COINTELPRO lasted 15 years (1956–1971) should have been a clue, I’ll point out specifically that it wasn’t an “LBJ operation.”

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  15. Zippy says:

    Maybe the Fed should buy Guatemalan Mortgage Backed Securities to bail them out like they did here during the blatant, high level financial system fraud induced housing crash where no one at high levels went to jail? It should cost, what, $200?

    Growing number of abandoned homes in Guatemala as migrants leave for U.S.

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    • Matthew LeBlanc says:

      I’m contemplating buying a Guatemalan village for my retirement. Hopefully i can keep the remaining folks on retainer as I plan on living a labor free retirement.

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  16. digleigh says:

    Trump also needs to read the bigleague politics story on Pence, Rubio, Joey Jones, Sasse, Haley, Mattis and Kelly!! So sad, if true,(not surprised at all about Rubio, Mattis and Kelly or Sasse)! and these folks will never be successful in politics again!! Et tu Brutus?? Reporters need to ask Pence what he knew and when about the Mainstreet Partnership trying to rid themselves of Trump!!! If this is a FALSE story, then all these folks need to deny, and answer for the guy who was hired, and is whistleblowing…..

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  17. Graham Pink says:

    One of my favourite features of parliamentary democracy, swift and sudden change.

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  18. Chewbarkah says:

    The British traditionally have almost no oversight on their IC community. Nunes has to know that a British PM is never, ever going to cough up information on their IC and assets. The only possible result of Trump confronting the PM with any such “requests” would be putting US-British relations in the deep freeze. Surely he is just using this as a lever for something off-screen.

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    • Zippy says:

      “would be putting US-British relations in the deep freeze”

      And the “payoffs” of a Russian poison pill operation feeding suckers and willing users of known disinformation what they wanted to hear just keep coming!

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  19. john says:

    Sorry if it’s already been pointer out but this was as suspected a global initiative to stop Trump and protect global interests. I wonder how long before someone is mugged or commits suicide?

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  20. beachbum31 says:

    aka joseph di Gabriele in the Nunes correspondence … I got nothing searching this name

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    • LULU says:

      Search for Joseph di Gabriele ends up with a number of possibilities including links back to Nunes. That is why Nunes uses word “potential” when referring to that possible aka. We’ll find out if it’s importance.

      The Brits have a great expression: “In due course”… meaning “patience”… “wait for more to be disclosed/unraveled”…

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  21. Lactantius says:

    The dam began leaking in 2016. The dam was originally about “Trump-Russia collusion” and is now being revealed to be a cover-up of the conspiracy to overthrow President Donald J. Trump. Every week since the breach began, more and more information has come forth. At this point, the breach is so great that dam is on the brink of bursting. A flood of collusion, conspiracy, obfuscation, lying, concealment, masking and evasion is spilling out.

    The “forensics” (mainly computer related) concerning all this evidence will take careful attention and time. We who have followed this sordid mess from the beginning are probably anxious to jump to the punishment phase. That won’t happen until the fat lady sings.

    The fat lady has to wait as the conspirators lie, obfuscate, delay, conceal, evade, blame, and collude until they are exposed, one by one. That is the law business. The legal code of ethics has zero to do with how defense lawyers in the big leagues operate. Their expertise is in screwing the ethics and doing whatever it takes to win. When it comes to the “rule of law,” they are amoral and have no concern for “justice.”

    Mueller found there was no Trump-Russian collusion because he had to: from the outset, there was ZERO to charge and take to court.

    Muller #1 investigated Trump knowing full-well there was nothing there; #2 he went far afield to make it look like there was reason to be investigating; #3 he assiduously avoided looking at any unethical of illegal behavior coming from the Obama, Democrat, Clinton world. That is to say he looked in every conceivable nook and cranny for Trump dirt and was totally blind to anything that involved the coup conspirators.

    Mueller is a known conspirator who will whore the law and screw justice. That is why the Democrats were so anxious that he be the Special Counsel.

    Mueller acted on unverified tales used by the FBI to obtain FISA warrants, but not on the breach of the FISA Court laws on the part of the FBI in using unverified and therefore phony evidence.

    I repeat, Mueller is that lawyer who is amoral about the rule of law and has no concern about justice. He doesn’t “call them as he sees them” – he builds the case as he wants it.

    Comey is a crown jewel in all of this, because he has bothered to blather on and on in writing how he goes about bending ethics and principles to suit his needs. Being incredibly vain, Comey chose to call his opus A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership That “higher loyalty” being the rule-of-law, justice and leadership as James Comey declares it and needs it.

    As always happens among the big dogs in the junk yard, at some point they have to attack one another. They know each other at the visceral level. The attacking is never about principle and virtue.

    The more these bad actors try to explain themselves, the more their pompous delusions become clear. Victor Davis Hanson calls it “pious hypocrisy.” Hanson is launching a witty oxymoron. But, Victor Davis Hanson nails it. All the way through this, the pious belief of these people is that the “Higher Loyalty” to short-circuiting the truth, the rule of law and justice is a necessary evil. The necessary evil is the means that justify the ends.

    They always fail to tell us what the “ends” are and how we will know when they get us there.

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    • Peppurr says:

      What do you think the end result will be here? Move along folks. Nothing to see here ??

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      • Zippy says:

        “What do you think the end result will be here? Move along folks. Nothing to see here ??”

        For my view, see immediately below. Plenty to see, much to hide.

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      • Lactantius says:

        Color me a rosy optimist.

        I perceive Barr as a dangerous critter in terms of the Constitution, law and order, ordered government. Barr has nothing to gain and nothing to lose. If he “squats” of the “old-boys” club, does that mean his wife and Mueller’s wife can no longer do Bible studies together? Think about that. In other terms, does that mean Barr has to help cover up for child molesters in clerical garb? Not if he is the acolyte for truth and justice that I believe him to be. I know exactly what course I would take if I were in his shoes: “I know not what course others may take, but as for me, give me law and order and the rule of law, untainted by political caprice or whim or give me death.”

        Attorney General Barr is in the very rare position of actually being able to make a meaningful and powerful stand for undiluted justice. My bet is that he will take this to the mat.

        Perhaps the computer forensics do exist to cut through the DNC hacking story, the Benghazi story, the Clinton Foundation miasma. the Awan mess on the Democrat side of the House, the Uranium 1 mess, the Steel “dossier,” the Lerner FBI buggering of Tea Party groups, the film which “caused” Benghazi, and on and on and on. I believe that the DemonizingRats will collude, conspire, obfuscate, lie, conceal, mask, evade, and destroy evidence to keep such forensic examination from occurring.

        The DemonizingRats are going down with a ship that has nothing to throw overboard to save it; they are reduced to being one of the rats who will survive.

        I also believe that President Donald J. Trump along with some members of Congress are on the verge of making incredibly damning information public.

        Roger Stone has long been involved in the world of “deep swamp” conspiracy theories. But, for whatever reason, Mueller (meaning the Special Counsel team) decided to teach Roger Stone an “indelible” lesson which he will never forget or even recover from. That, alone, is enough to give cause to look deeper into Stone’s theory involving Lisa Barsoomian who is Rod Rosenstein’s wife and a whole string of allegations concerning “deep swamp” collusion surrounding that couple.

        That is the muck you get on your shoes when you step into the “deep swamp.” It is a festering pool of innuendo and coincidence which gives rise to smelling the stink of corruption. It is so full of acrid smoke, that there has to be fire — and so forth.

        In the final analysis, Attorney General Barr can push Inspector General Horowitz to be more definitive as AG Barr assigns cases and demands full and complete reports. I would not want to be one who tries to pull taffy in dealing with AG Barr. My assumption would be that the game afoot is strictly about the straight and narrow path and I would take it while dotting every “I” and crossing every “t” for my own security and future.

        George Patton is supposed to have said: “If you grab the enemy by the balls, their hearts and minds will follow.” My translation of that is not literal. As I see it, Patton did not mean to release the grip until and unless it became clear that a transformation had occurred. Any leader knows when that rare moment arrives.

        As an aside, I do not think Director Wray has got the message. AG Barr does not care. This is not anything other than the rule of law, integrity and upholding the law. If the shoe doesn’t fit, Wray can’t wear it.

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    • Zippy says:

      “The “forensics” (mainly computer related) concerning all this evidence will take careful attention and time.”

      Not even!!! Only a tiny part of the investigation would involve computer forensics and those could be accomplished in an automated fashion in a few instants using the tools possessed by the NSA (according to Snowden).

      MOST of this involves human interactions in person or using electronic means with JUST the products we’ve been allowed to SEE combined with news reports generating so very many pieces of the puzzle already connected here and by others like Dan Bongino who laughs about how STUPID they were at covering their tracks that a -REAL- effort, not the foot dragging political F-A-R-C-E we see now, could reveal the sordid truth in great and I mean -GREAT- detail in just a few months, if that.

      However, when it comes to investigations of government’s bungling incompetence and illegal behavior, that NEVER happens.

      E-V-E-R!

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  22. Og Oggilby says:

    Stand-up comic Alistair Williams explains Brexit in 1 & 1/2 minutes….

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    • clive hoskin says:

      Comedy gold.He summed it up in 1m26 seconds.Pity traitor May and the”Remoaners”don’t have a sense of humor or a brain.

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  23. Mac says:

    The Steele Dossier, in the Nunes letter, is window dressing, a Red Herring, to justify the later questions posed in the letter.

    The source of the Steele Dossier is fairly well documented, at this point. It appears to be a wholly fabricated construct by Fusion GPS, on behalf of the DNC and the Clinton Campaign. It further appears that Steele was employed to be the “face” of the dossier, largely because he was a former UK intelligence officer who had been involved with Russia and was well known to the Ohrs. So, while UK government officials were probably vveeerrrryy interested in what Steele was up to, when the dossier became public, I doubt that the upper levels of the UK government had any input to, or even knowledge of, the dossier or Steele’s activities until it all went public.

    Now, the important point in the letter are Misfud’s affiliations, especially with British Intelligence and the activities, including meetings with and assistance to US officials, of British Intelligence officers during that period. This is the important part of the requests incorporated in the Nunes letter.

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  24. teamzr1 says:

    You think it will ever come out and dealt with that the UK since 2016 was working with Obama/Clinton for a coup of the USA using MI5, MI5, etc directed by May and others in the UK ?

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