Sidney Powell Discusses DOJ in The Lawfare Era: “Guilty Until Proven Innocent”…

Not enough people understand the role of the Lawfare group in the corruption and political weaponization of the DOJ, FBI and larger intelligence community.

What Media Matters is to corrupt left-wing media, the Lawfare group is to the corrupt DOJ and FBI.

All of the headline names around the seditious conspiracy against Donald Trump assemble within the network of the Lawfare group.

Three days after the October 21st, 2016, FISA warrant was obtained, Benjamin Wittes outlined the insurance policy approach.

FBI Director James Comey, FBI Legal Counsel James Baker, Comey memo recepient Daniel Richman, Deputy AG Sally Yates, Comey friend Benjamin Wittes, FBI lead agent Peter Strzok, FBI counsel Lisa Page, Mueller lead Andrew Weissmann and the Mueller team of lawyers, all of them -and more- are connected to the Lawfare group; and this network provides the sounding board for all of the weaponized approaches, including the various new legal theories as outlined within the Weissmann-Mueller Report.

The Lawfare continuum is very simple.  The corrupt 2015 Clinton exoneration; which became the corrupt 2016 DOJ/FBI Trump investigation; which became the corrupt 2017 DOJ/FBI Mueller probe; is currently the 2019 “impeachment” plan.  Weissmann and Mueller delivering their report evolved the plan from corrupt legal theory into corrupt political targeting.  Every phase within the continuum holds the same goal.

The current “impeachment strategy” is planned-out within the Lawfare group.

After the 2018 mid-terms, and in preparation for the “impeachment” strategy, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler hired Lawfare Group members to become committee staff. Chairman Schiff hired former SDNY U.S. Attorney Daniel Goldman (link), and Chairman Nadler hired  Obama Administration lawyer Norm Eisen and criminal defense attorney Barry Berke (link), all are within the Lawfare network.

Remember, Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller didn’t come into this process as an ‘outsider’, and Mueller didn’t select his team. The corrupt Lawfare team inside government (FBI Counsel James Baker, DOJ Deputy Andrew Weissmann, FBI Deputy McCabe etc.) already knew Mueller.  The team had established personal and professional connections to Mueller, and they brought him in to lead the team.

When you realize that Robert Mueller didn’t select the team; rather the preexisting team selected their figurehead, Robert Mueller; then results make sense.  Robert Mueller can never be allowed to testify to congress because if questioned he actually has very little understanding of what took place.

A disconcerting aspect to the Lawfare dynamic is how current U.S. Attorney General William Barr has knowledge of this.  Barr knows and understands how the Lawfare network operates. Barr is from this professional neighborhood. Like Mueller, Barr also knows these people.

“As a matter of law. In other words, we didn’t agree with the legal analysis- a lot of the legal analysis in the report. It did not reflect the views of the department. It was the views of a particular lawyer or lawyers“…

~ AG BILL BARR

Under Eric Holder, Sally Yates, Loretta Lynch, Tom Perez, Robert Mueller, James Comey and Andrew McCabe, the focus of the DOJ and FBI became prismatic toward politics and tribalism.  All of the hired senior lawyers and officials had to be aligned with the political intents of the offices.

[CIA Director John Brennan brought the same political goals to an intelligence apparatus that held a preexisting disposition of alignment, see Mike Morell: “I ran the CIA now I’m endorsing Hillary Clinton”.]

Their agencies were used against their ideological enemies in large operations like Fast-n-Furious, IRS targeting, Gibson Guitar etc.  And also smaller operations: Henry Louis Gates, George Zimmerman, Darren Wilson, Ferguson, Baltimore etc.  All of these activist Lawfare examples were pushed and promoted by an allied media.

Many of the ‘weaponized’ approaches use radical legal theory (ex. disparate impact), and that ties into the purposes and methods of the Lawfare Group.  The intent of Lawfare is described in the name: to use Law as a tool in Warfare.  The ideology that binds the group is the ideological outlook and purpose: using the legal system to target political opposition.

The Lawfare group ensures you have the right to remain guilty until they verify your politics and determine your alignment with the tribe.  If accepted, your disposition shifts to innocent and you receive a pass to avoid any legal jeopardy…

When special counsel Robert Mueller formally closed the Russia investigation on May 29th, he opened the door to wide-ranging speculation as to the intent behind his statement. In the eyes of Former Texas Prosecutor Sidney Powell, Mueller’s words stood the rule of law and the presumption of innocence on their heads.

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350 Responses to Sidney Powell Discusses DOJ in The Lawfare Era: “Guilty Until Proven Innocent”…

  1. Heika says:

    Imagine Washington, the Senate, and the House, if Lawyers were suddenly dissolved into thin air?
    Oh how about that, we would still have a president, and Nunes too and a few other good men, but not many.

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  2. Rockitz says:

    The Trump appointees need to go through every promotion in every department and determine if there was political motivation behind it. This is what leftist do in university academic departments and news organizations in order to proliferate their politics.

    If Barr plays this right he can eviscerate the entire Democrat Party power apparatus such that they cease to exist. Start praying for Barr and his family They have probably already put a hit out on him.

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      • California Joe says:

        Every SES employee has a mobility agreement and the government can transfer them from Washington DC to anyplace in the country in any position best…. to be exiled to. That’s the fastest way to get rid of them!

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      • ATheoK says:

        That claim is untrue.
        Senior Executive Service SES Adverse actions:

        Suspension
        Career SES appointees and certain limited appointees may be suspended for disciplinary reasons, defined as “misconduct, neglect of duty, malfeasance, or failure to accept a directed reassignment or to accompany a position in a transfer of function.” Statute states that suspensions must be for more than 14 days.”

        “Removal
        Career appointees
        If a career executive is removed during the probationary period for performance reasons, he/she is entitled to placement in a GS-15 position with saved pay (unless appointed to the SES from outside Government or from a noncareer-type appointment).
        After the probationary period, the executive must be placed in another position within the SES or removed from the SES for one unsatisfactory rating. An executive must be removed from the SES for two unsatisfactory ratings in 5 years, or for two less than fully successful ratings in 3 years.

        Disciplinary removal procedures and rights are similar to those for competitive service employees, except that the standard for action is “misconduct, neglect of duty, malfeasance, or failure to accept a directed reassignment or to accompany a position in a transfer of function.” The executive must receive 30 days notice of a proposed removal, has the right to reply, and may appeal to MSPB, but has no placement right to a GS-15 position.”

        Basically, SES executives can be discharged easily; all it requires is necessary documentation, form filing, notification and handling process.

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      • Blister Bill says:

        Which law trump’s the executive’s article 2 authority under the Constitution ? That’s right, the president IS THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH!

        The president can fire anyone he damn well feels like at anytime and he needs to get to it before they finally take him down. Fire every federal apparatchik that voted for that treasonous murdering harpy, hillary rotten clinton. All 97% of our corrupt fed stasi state rank and vile.

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    • dpc32 says:

      Amen on praying for Barr. He figured what’s going on (at least basically) a good while back I’m sure. Now indeed he needs to systematically dismantle the coup structure/players. The law is on his side decidedly (not this twisted anti-constitutional crap that just went nowhere with Mueller) and he is going to really let these guys have it. They’re going to hang on their own gallows: the Law.

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    • Luz Maria Rodriguez says:

      Agreed. AG Barr needs our prayers and support. The corrupt Dems and vacuous rinos and their supporting fake news MSM will fight him every step. He should stay out of Arkansas and not go hunting with Dem bundlers on that Texas ranch like the justice did.

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    • paulyho39 says:

      I just have to ask…in the light of all this…is there actually ANY HOPE of justice dispensed to anyone in this crooked, unlawful bunch? This is just too sickening for me to get my arms around!

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  3. Eric says:

    Sidney Powell “Confirms” this is a Legal Civil War

    Globalism was preplanned 20 years ago by destroying the Rule of Law.

    Clintons, Media, Rinos, Democrats, Business Round Table, Chamber of Commerce etc. are all part of Globalist Universe for their own self-interest. (Trillions of Dollars & Power for Globalist)

    In order for the Globalist to take down the United States they must destroy the Rule of Law.

    Rule of Law Protects the Constitution.

    The Trojan Horse is fake laws destroying the Rule of Law.

    There are the only scenarios:

    Barr must do his Sworn Duty and Indict/Prosecute;
    Barr and P/T will be known throughout history for saving the U.S. by saving the Rule of Law.

    If Barr fails;

    P/T will do his Sworn Duty of Extreme Measures to Indict/Prosecute.
    P/T will be known throughout history for saving the U.S. by saving the Rule of Law.

    If P/T fails;

    U.S. will cease to Exist.

    P/T will not be a Great President because Globalist/Criminals won this LEGAL Civil War.

    The loser of the Civil LEGAL War will disappear Forever.

    IMO Barr will bring back the rule of law and P/T will not have to use “Extreme” Measures.

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    • Old Scroll Ranger says:

      There is still well over a million Veterans who have a sworn duty to protect the Constitution against all enemies foreign and DOMESTIC.

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      • Eric says:

        GREAT COMMENT! YOU ARE 100% ON POINT; One of several of P/T “Extreme Actions” just in case Barr needs Help.

        The Military is on P/T side if help is needed.

        U.S. Marshals would take over the FBI (Judicial Watch has recommended repeatedly).

        This is why P/T had used Mueller and Sessions for timing; until P/T was ready.

        Look how much P/T has exposed in almost 3-years. Now many more people see and understand; at all cost P/T has a sworn duty to use Extreme Actions if necessary.

        Most of us have gone to battle in some capacity mostly in the Corporate world. If you are in the right and have a paper/digital/testimony trail in the Corporate world to save yourself and other etc. and the enemy has nothing etc…you go all the way.

        P/T knows this is a Civil Legal War and will not lose this Republic to criminals.

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        • Janice says:

          President Trump somehow plays at least 15 chess boards (10 dimensional on each board) at the same time; how he has got to this point is unbelievable; China, Mexico, Trade, Press, Rinos, Democrats, border wall etc. and the most important being Equal Justice.

          PT doesn’t have to have scientist invent the nuclear bomb or fight physical battles like the Revolutionary War, World Wars or the civil war; just implement the Criminal Codes that are written.

          President Trump has this easily.

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          • Donzo says:

            Not so easy. The legal system is so infested with these swamp cogs it is difficult to make the machine run. All they have to do is keep it from running, i.e. prevent the gears of rule of law from turning. PDT must get the machine moving again. Like terrorists they have the easier goal of tearing down, much of which has already been accomplished, versus building up. But fortunately we have a builder for president!

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            • Janice says:

              One of many reasons why P/T has waited 2 ½ years to indict and prosecute; elected many Conservative Judges to the bench.

              Indictments and Prosecuting criminals of this coup will also flow directing at illegal voting, illegal aliens, allowing illegal aliens to kill American to be acceptable, etc…if you think about it everything revolves around the Rule of Law.

              One of the most important acts (IMO –the most important) P/T will have done during his Presidency will be Indictments/Prosecutions; it will clearly be seen as the deciding chess move that stopped the Globalist from destroying the Constitution and this republic.

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              • You are correct, President Trump understood that FIRST and Foremost, The Corrupt Judges had to be Replaced or Nothing else would matter or change! Obama Put So Many Corrupt Judges in place and Trump had to Replace them All which takes time So Trump doing what he does he Distracted so many while at the same time Replacing the Corrupt Judges. They thought they could Run the Clock out on his Presidency BEFORE he could Replace the Corrupt Judges and if that failed Impeach him before he could Replace them and Neither has worked out for them! Thanks to the TRUE American Patriots that kept Watch on Obama for 8 Years.

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        • California Joe says:

          You’re watching to much TV. The Marshal’s Service does protection of judges and transportation of federal prisoners not investigations. As a result of affirmative action hiring most DUSM applicants hired in the past 20 years are mostly minorities who were BOP prison guards. No college degrees. No accounting. No computer science degrees just prison guards! While it sounds romantic to use Deputy Marshal’s to run the FBI you would not be changing the agency very much at all since most of would be Democrats anyway and have no idea how to conduct any type of complicated investigation. As I posted here before…having breakfast at Einstein Bagels next to the Courthouse with a group of DUSMs several years ago and inquired about the job for my son when one DUSM old timer laughed out loud and said….The last White guy they hired was in 1993!

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          • Eric says:

            Judicial Watch has recommended having the U.S. Marshals take over several times; I will go with them rather than your explanations.

            If the FBI is go to destroy the United States; you take extraordinary actions; not just say nothing can be done.

            You are probably one of those who do not believe P/T is capable of implementing Equal Justice.

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            • Janice says:

              If I remember correctly it was either Tom Fitton or Chris Farrell or maybe both. Surely if Judicial Watch recommended the U.S. Marshals they know it can be done. I’m with them…

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        • Luz Maria Rodriguez says:

          T is the most patriotic Prez in decades. He donates his prez salary to charity and works quite long hours for free. Obama got to the office mid morning and left by 3:00. No other Prez has done such a thing. It is the polar opposite of Clinton and Obama, both of whom worked under the table to pad their bank accounts.

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    • farrier105 says:

      As I pointed out weeks, or months ago, Lawfare is a form of Asymmetrical Warfare, or Fourth Generation Warfare. I put up some links for people to use to get more details about asymmetrical warfare.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asymmetric_warfare

      https://www.ausa.org/publications/defining-asymmetric-warfare

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fourth-generation_warfare

      http://www.au.af.mil/au/awc/awcgate/milreview/lind.pdf

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      • farrier105 says:

        An example of Lawfare effects at work would be when a prosecutor attempts to discredit a defense argument in a way that employs “reasonable doubt” to reinforce with a jury that the defendant is guilty. When a plausible scenario is offered by the prosecutor that dilutes a defense argument, that is the prosecutor using “reasonable doubt” which belongs to the defense. The prosecutor must prove guilt beyond reasonable doubt. Unless the defense attorney realizes what happened, there is no objection raised, and this is like legal jiu-jitsu–now the defense must establish innocence beyond reasonable doubt, while reasonable doubt goes to the prosecutor.

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    • dbobway says:

      The United States will not cease to exist on my watch.
      This is my country,
      I have more than the power of my vote to keep it that way.
      The day the house brings charges of impeachment to our innocent President?
      I’ll meet you in Washington DC.

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    • Austin Holdout says:

      And pray that PDJT can keep appointing judges so these BS “novel legal theories” remain fodder for political hacks instead of becoming the law of the land.

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  4. Adam says:

    I don’t see how Barr can beat these guys, honestly.

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    • Eric says:

      Barr can win because he has the criminal codes that are written with mountains of paper/digital/testimonies trails of evidence and the criminals have nothing but fake laws.

      If necessary P/T will use Extreme Measures.

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      • M. A. Hines says:

        and fake news…..who were complicit. I hope Barr can indict those news outlets as being complicit in perpetuating a hoax.
        ..

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        • Eric says:

          Exactly…”Intentional” Fake News…Aiding and Abetting criminal acts.

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          • Louisiana Tea Rose says:

            The indictment of the media will come via the American people, who are realizing their complicit actions in an unprecedented coup involving the insidious collaboration to take down a democratically elected President.

            The media as we know it is FINIS.

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        • B. Wyse says:

          Well the comments on this Fake News Mini-Thread are 0 for 3. Yes I want the MNM to be taken down(Multi-National Mouthpieces). Remember that 90% of the Media is owned by 6 Global Corporations. But the 1st protects speech even if it is false. But think Manafort. What was one of his crimes? Failure to register as a foreign lobbyist. If any journalist or any of his managers all the way up to the CEO has taken foreign money to run/kill/spin stories then their legal exposure is huge both personally and corporately. When Trump says that the NYT won’t exist in 6 years is this what he is referring to? Can anyone say “Carlos Slim”?

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          • Austin Holdout says:

            Carlos’ NYT will be out in full force trashing the tariffs against Mexico this week. It’s a sad state of affairs when we’d be better off with state run media which would at least change with administrations than the 6 “free” globalist organizations that are permanently pushing their agenda.

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          • Issy says:

            Interesting concept, I’ve seen a push to force Al Jazeera to registrar as a foreign lobbyist since they owned by the ruler of Qatar. I think this emphasis on FARA in the get Trump investigation that here to fore few in Washington paid little attention to, may have opened a can of worms nobody there wanted opening.

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    • boomerbeth says:

      He can refer them for dis”barr”ment in DC.
      He can recommend expulsion from the federal courts

      He can do a lot, but these are his peers so unless he can show bribery or tax evasion or churning a client escrow account, he will let them be recidivists.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      If it can be proven that the traitors have broken laws, then Barr can indict them. It wouldn’t be that difficult.

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    • Blister Bill says:

      He can’t. It was obvious the corruption and treason is so wide spread that PDJT should’ve appointed as many special counsels as needed 2 years ago to get ahead of this massive conspiracy. Now, it’s too late.

      Short of Nuremberg-style treason trials and martial law, there’s a 90% chance that we’re going to see all out warfare in the near future. May we live in interesting times…

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      • Donzo says:

        Last I heard Barr is having difficulty prying the declass out of the swamp’s hands. Should this continue we will have a true constitutional crisis wherein subordinates refuse to follow orders of the President and the AG. How would such an impasse be resolved? PDT could replace the heads with more amenable patriots, but that has proven quite difficult given the wholesale lack of such persons. Or he could take more aggressive action by having the evidence secured by the military. What are the other options? He could go to the courts, but I’m not sure that would be any more convincing.

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        • David says:

          APPLY THE CRIMINAL CODE (This is not that difficult)

          Barr should immediately send a letter to all government employees that he has a sworn duty do prosecute anyone who hides, alters, destroys or delays information that is needed to do proper investigations according to policies and procedures will be terminated and possibly charged with obstruction of Justice etc.

          PDJT “Knows” directly/indirectly where the paper/digital trails of evidence are located.

          If any department FBI, DOJ, CIA, DNI, shows any resistance of producing documents; PDJT and Barr have the power to by-pass normal procedures for the release of Documents by walking into the FBI/DOJ/CIA/DNI or any department and demand documents immediately.

          PDJT and the Attorney General will do their “Sworn Duty” of having the A/G and maybe even P/T control directly each department FBI/DOJ. (P/T stated if he needs to manage the FBI/DOJ directly he will)

          Following the paper/digital trial and arrest several hundred immediately (Easily done).

          Charge each employee on each count of obstruction of Justice mounting to many years in prison.

          In Short; apply the criminal codes.

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        • Ye,t Barr says IC are cooperating with his investigation

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    • farrier105 says:

      I don’t know what Barr would have done if Mueller, or whomever wrote the report, had come out and declared that Probable Cause had been achieved in regards to obstruction. That would have been a real challenge for Barr, along with Rosenstein, to overrule. I don’t think Rosenstein would have contradicted a clear statement in the report that there was Probable Cause, but the President could not be indicted. Someone screwed up, and since Mueller may not have even seen the report, someone got on the horn screaming about it, so we have the mess we have today, which could be construed as a lucky break.

      Barr would have probably deferred to the report and gone along with a conclusion that probable cause had been met about obstruction.

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      • Issy says:

        The only problem with that scenario was the evidence wasn’t there to support it. It was gossip, rumors and supposition. The evidence was on Trump’s side, that he cooperated with mueller’s investigation and did nothing to hinder it. Yes, he proclaimed his innocence practically every day and called it a “witch hunt” but those are words, not actions.

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        • ABN says:

          Words of an innocent man protesting false accusations.

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        • farrier105 says:

          The question that post was raising was what would Barr have done if Mueller had laid open claim to Probable Cause, not whether Mueller had the evidence to support it, since his weasel wording indicates he doesn’t and is likely why he did not openly claim Probable Cause.

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    • dbobway says:

      AG Barr has the backing of 63 million Americans and the laws that form our government.
      If he ‘wants’ to take them down, he will have the power he needs to do so.

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      • Eric says:

        YOU ARE 100% CORRECT; A/G has the power! P/T must have received a promise during Barr’s interview; A/G will follow normal investigative/prosecutorial policies and procedure (sworn duty)…and maybe there are now 80 million P/T supporters.

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  5. CC says:

    perhaps lawfare is on the list on conspirators/seditionists – happy to hang corrupt lawyers along with their buddies in the govt

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    • glissmeister says:

      I do wonder, how can officers of the court (lawyers) engage in a conspiracy to criminalize Americans at liberty, particularly when it rises to a form of racketeering providing contributions in kind to partisan political entities? They are engaged in apparent racketeering to produce a particular economic result, acting as predators upon the liberties of others. It may be a novel form of sedition, but if so, it’s sedition none the less.

      Officers of the court. Agents of the judiciary branch.

      When does advocacy and criminalization of American citizens and civil discourse constitute sedition?

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      • CC says:

        § 2384. Seditious conspiracy – If two or more persons in any State or Territory, or in any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, —conspire to overthrow—-, put down, or to destroy by force —– the Government of the United States,

        I would offer that knowingly conspiring with media, IC, and legislators in coordinated effort to unseat a duly elected president would fall within the above definition.
        The position advocated is the overthrow of the President – by any means.
        As for civil discourse – I am all in favor of civil discourse – but the actions of the participants herein is not civil discourse – it is a basket of:
        false charges,
        illegal/falsely predicated spying,
        leaks of classified information,
        prosecutorial misconduct,
        intentional fraud on the courts,
        extra-judicial pecuniary activism – see Amy Berman Jackson,
        IC violation of charters – protections against unauthorized activity against US citizens
        illegal access/dissemination of US citizen data to private contractors (Google)
        entrapment,
        perjury,
        slander/libel,
        media manipulation,
        money laundering,
        obstruction of justice,
        destruction of subpoenaed materials,
        fraudulent redaction of classified materials
        false imprisonment/solitary confinement,
        inciting/funding violence

        inter alia

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        • Blister Bill says:

          For all intents and purposes, ‘our’ irreparably corrupt fed govt has already been overthrown. The radical left are in firm control. They just want to get rid of that vulgarian nuisance the people sent to D.C. as President of the United States. They know better after all…

          What we’re witnessing is a massive conspiracy of high treason. Hundreds need to go to the gallows, thousands in prison for life, every hillary voter FIRED and unions banned if we are to have a remote chance at survival.

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        • ATheoK says:

          “fraudulent redaction of classified materials”

          I misdoubt that one.
          File it under fraud, lying, misrepresentation, obstruction, manipulation, prosecutorial misconduct, etc. etc.

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        • spren says:

          Your comment was extraordinarily concise and insightful. It is truly breathtaking and staggering to consider all of the deliberate and purposeful crimes that have been committed against Trump and other Republicans, all with complete abandonment of any fear regarding the consequences of their actions.

          Many people need to be brought to severe account for what they have done, and if justice is not served on these people, it will destroy the justice system and the corruption will only continue and become amplified.

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          • glissmeister says:

            Personally, I really appreciate CC’s overview. It was stunning to contemplate the organization and premeditation the scope of their wrongdoing requires.

            I wonder what other serial criminality lurks within this de facto syndicate and within and among its sub-cartelizations like “Lawfare” and myriad other manifestations.

            So much cash flying around — the diversion and conversion into spectacular incomes, passthrough earnings, preferential lucrative career advancements, selective employment, and other novel payola and reward mechanisms, and personal wealth amplifiers to incentivize and reward sycophants and syndicate stakeholders, and to expand their personal economic and peer authority to further bully their inferiors on behalf of the cause.

            Our anti-trust law and 19th Century paradigm of monopolies and predatory trust behavior remains valid today, but the spectra of morphology is not the same. Technology has selected-for pernicious neomorphisms, patterns of syndication and better adapted racketeering communities. How they now flourish in the creases, cracks and defects in our Jurisprudence.

            The parasitic opportunism shamelessly exhibited by the greedy self-dealing cabals of syndicate Democrats did not cause the underlying conditions evolving technology created in our society. It’s no surprise they wish obstruct any attention being given to the bonanza of getting rich by getting elected to or otherwise financially rewarding Congress.

            I pray Barr and Trump will prevail in attacking both the obvious and the underlying problems. There is much to do. We need to see vigorous unwavering enforcement action being taken, in earnest, with real consequences.

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          • Issy says:

            I was rather disturbed that Barr used the INTENT word. Did they intend to overthrow a President for nefarious reasons or were they just so biased against him they thought they were saving The Republic? Is there just more Bias Training in store?

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        • Donzo says:

          We should not forget that the media is a big part of the conspiracy and they too must be held to account for crimes against the state.

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      • dbobway says:

        Yesterday, last year, the last 3 decades, sedition has been practiced by our leaders in the Federal Government.
        The evidence is overwhelming.

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  6. covfefe999 says:

    I’ve written this before … I could listen to Sidney Powell all day. She conveys her thoughts so clearly, she is able to explain complex legal matters in a way that non-attorneys can understand. I also love that the interviewer was super laid back and let Sidney speak at length about the issues. There are very few interviewers on TV who would conduct this type of interview. This is why I want so badly for the Trump family to start a news network. Skip all of the inflammatory crap and just have straightforward fact-finding questions and allow in-depth answers.

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  7. Sunshine says:

    Listen to this one: BRAD JOHNSON, former CIA re MUELLER – 2 videos
    https://vladtepesblog.com/2019/06/01/the-full-brad-johnson-interview-on-the-mueller-speech/

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    • swampfox999 says:

      Thanks for the link. Informative, though the analysis leaves out the BHO regime’s FISA abuses since 2012 and weaponization of the IRS and “intelligence” agencies against innocent Americans, noncompliant journalists, and political opponents.

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  8. CoffeeBreak says:

    Jessie Liu is another obvious Lawfare goof. It’s my opinion that Barr knows this. He’s got his eye on her.

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  9. Mncpo(ret) says:

    First of all, gotta give them props for being 2000 times more prepped than us. Of course, we only have, like, 5 guys on our side.

    We, as voters, better wake up and get MEGA people in office. We’re the ones that have allowed this travesty to happen.

    The Uni-party all use Lawfare against us or anybody who stands for us. Don’t think that this is just Democrats, it’s not. Ideological travelers on the same road don’t recognize party.

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    • Austin Holdout says:

      I think you give them too much credit calling them ideological travelers, unless you consider rank greed an ideology instead of a character flaw.

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  10. sundance says:

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    • LULU says:

      Ben Wittes’s tweet of an Alexander Hamilton statement is revealing of his thinking:

      Obviously angry at President Trump, Ben Wittes’s fancies himself to be some kind of heroic guy, larger than those he pulls close in his Lawfare network. The leader of a mob that can threaten our very government and president. A real power-hungry self-aggrandizer who clearly feels threatened by a real man like Donald J. Trump.

      Knowing this crowd is really a network, one could think it would be easier to pull the entire network down and be rid of them. Discredit the whole bloody lot… Sort of like dismantling a Mafia or any other gang? Revealing their names is a first step…

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      • Austin Holdout says:

        Projection is rampant among Dems. They are all blathering on about the constitution and founding fathers right now as they prod Facebook to silence dissenting voices, yell “grab the guns” every time their own “crazy” puts another unstable individual over the edge, protect illegal searches by government, try to undo the constitutionally established Supreme Court, try to destroy the electoral college,discriminate based on race, etc., etc. It would be laughable if they didn’t have a gullible base that couldn’t see a logical inconsistency if it bit them on the nose.

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  11. curtisblacklabel says:

    Sidney Powell should have a job in the administration.

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    • Annie says:

      Am a huge fan..think she is more useful on the outside….speaking her mind.. jmho

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    • Linda K. says:

      I agree. Sydney has smarts and sense. Best of all, she is honest. The axe she is grinding is outrage against the corruption in Justice. I doubt she would want to work in the Swamp, though.

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  12. Patricia Dolan says:

    This piece from the Lawfare Group from October 2016 made my blood boil. I hope to God AG Barr has POTUS security detail. Every time I think it can’t get any worse than it is, I’m blindsided by more UGLY. God help us all!!!

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  13. Perot Conservative says:

    I am surprised Team Trump hasn’t officially replied to the Weismann report. Are they still working on it?

    John Solomon last night on Hannity said there would be more pushback in the future on the many problems (lies?) it has.

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  14. robohobo2014 says:

    Too funny! That anyone thinks we are reforming or voting our way out of this mess is delusional.

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    • Issy says:

      You have a good point, especially when voters keep electing the same people who caused the mess and all the investigations that would reform institutions are done by the people from within those corrupt institutions.

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  15. Juvenal says:

    President Lincoln found his winning general in Ulysses Grant. President Trump found his winning Attorney General in William Barr.

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  16. another long week ahead

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  17. FishtheDish says:

    AG Barr is one man. He is WAY outnumbered. He needs to bring in a team to help. If he wants to really do this.

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  18. Donzo says:

    Barr’s statement, paraphrased, that the small group may have lacked serious intent and were only overzealous in there efforts to protect the US would seem rather naive if one didn’t already know that Barr is not naive. That statement in the CBS interview seems to be a message to conspirators: Barr might be telegraphing some leniency if conspirators still have time to come forward and confess.

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    • Donzo says:

      And not if.

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    • boomerbeth says:

      Sorry to be pessimistic, Barr is a sly fix who will outfox Trump.
      Rodentstein is no Barr.

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      • Linda K. says:

        Outfox Trump?
        Barr is trying to right the Justice Department and give the office of the President, the legal
        construct it needs to function. The unelected were trying to rule the roost and were doing so, before Barr came on board. Trump needs room to do his job, which is to govern.

        I do not believe William Barr came out of retirement to play footsie with the Deep State or Trump. They know, he knows what they have done was out of bounds. Barr obviously enjoys lobbing legal fact and argument in his interviews, which are being closely watched I am sure, by the guilty parties in Justice. I hope he makes them do more than squirm.

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  19. Zippy says:

    Note her comment that the Anderson case injustice was during the Bush regime. The DOJ has been rogue for a long time.

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  20. askandgettruth says:

    what a great and very smart woman. we need 500 more like her. FBI can make up false charges and send a person to prison and nothing happens to them. i say the law needs to change and hold them accountable and allow people to sue the hell out of them by taking everything off them like they did to GEN. FLYNN. term limits a must

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  21. Skippy says:

    What a wonderful interview. Kudus to Epoch Times as well as to erudite Sydney Powell. Thank you both for asking such basic questions that need answering for the USA to move on. Please listen pax: it’s long but you will come away with better clarity as well as a sense of pride that Americans exist willing to talk the talk and walk the walk. Amazing boost fellowmen and women.

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  22. LULU says:

    AG Barr is paying attention to Jessie Liu:

    While newly confirmed Attorney General William Barr was/is “getting his arms” around ongoing corruption within the organization he is now attempting to lead, there was an announcement on March 5th, about U.S. Attorney Jessie Liu becoming the #3 official at the DOJ.

    Three weeks later, on March 28th, there was an announcement about a change of plans, and U.S. Attorney Jessie Liu’s name was withdrawn from consideration.

    In addition to AG Bill Barr “getting his arms around” issues within the department, what else happened between March 5th and March 28th that would so drastically change plans for Ms. Liu?:

    More at the first article from CTH site search linked above at 1:33pm.

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  23. wxobserver says:

    I’m really happy for Flynn…finally getting someone like Powell to help him get justice. Wouldn’t be surprised to see Sullivan receptive to all kinds of interesting motions from Powell.

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