Devin Nunes Threatens Criminal Referrals for Chris Wray and Dana Boente….

Those who haven’t followed the backstory might not catch what Nunes is saying.  However, if you followed closely, and accept that Rosenstein was part of the problem, then you see how FBI Director Christopher Wray came into office; and, more importantly how/why Wray selected former DOJ-NSD head Dana Boente to shift from main justice to be legal counsel for the FBI.

Boente took over for former chief legal counsel James Baker, after the discoveries around Baker and McCabe could no longer be hidden. After being removed from responsibility eventually Baker resigned and went to work with the Lawfare group.  Boente’s job at FBI was/is to bury information, block congressional inquiry, and protect the crew. Boente, along with Christopher Wray, is still there.

In a Fox News interview on Sunday, Nunes said “someone at the FBI” appears to have been “determined to hide” then-Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Kathleen Kavalec’s notes from both the FISA court and Congress.  Our research identified that “someone” as Dana Boente and crew more than a year ago.

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[*Note* There’s a snap-load of mistaken and ‘steered’ reporting by a bunch of people who have dined on the buffet of controlled leaks. Hopefully, that will all become clear soon.  Bookmark this and prove me wrong]

Throughout 2016, 2017 and through today, across both administrations, the corrupt group within the FBI in DC were/are protecting themselves. The FBI redacted the Lisa Page and Peter Strzok text messages. The FBI removed Page and Strzok texts and emails. The FBI hid texts and emails from Lisa Page to Andrew McCabe. The FBI kept documents from congress. The FBI has leaked false information to media to cover their tracks; and yes the Trump FBI and GOPe politicians have participated writ large, many still do.

The corrupt FBI under Comey, McCabe and Baker is being protected and facilitated by the corrupt FBI under Christopher Wray, David Bowditch (San Bernadino infamy) and Dana Boente. It’s one long continuum of exactly the same behavior.  Remember, 50 FBI ‘agents’ on Mueller’s team?  Etc….  This DC network is ideologically aligned, operating on their own self-interests, and facilitated by a compliant media.

In 2015 the DOJ-OIG (office of inspector general) requested oversight of the DOJ National Security Division. It was Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates who responded with a lengthy 58 page legal explanation saying, essentially, ‘nope – not allowed.’ (PDF HERE) All of the DOJ is subject to oversight, except the DOJ-NSD.

The DOJ-NSD is where FISA warrants come from.  The weaponized and highly politicized officials within the DOJ-NSD were using the auspices of FARA violations (foreign agent registration act) to gain FISA court authorized surveillance on politicians all over Washington DC.  Combined with the NSA database extractions, by federal contractors authorized by the FBI, it’s a massive web of political surveillance.

When John Carlin resigned as Asst. Attorney General in charge of the DOJ National Security Division in October 2016 he was replaced by Principal Deputy Asst. Attorney General and Chief of Staff, Mary McCord. After President Trump took office on January 20th, 2017, Sally Yates was Acting AG and Mary McCord was in charge of the DOJ-NSD.

Yates and McCord were the two Main Justice officials who then engaged with White House Counsel Don McGahn on January 26th, 2017, regarding the General Flynn FBI interview conducted on January 24th. The Trump-Russia Collusion Conspiracy was the headline.

On January 30th, 2017, Sally Yates was fired for refusing to defend the Trump travel ban from extremist countries. Yates was replaced on January 31st by the U.S. Attorney from the Eastern District of Virginia (EDVA), Dana Boente.

With his shift to Main Justice Dana Boente was Acting Attorney General, and Mary McCord was Asst. AG in charge of the DOJ-NSD. Boente was in the Acting AG position from Jan 31st, 2017, until Jeff Sessions was confirmed on February 8th, 2017.

When Jeff Sessions became AG, Dana Boente became Acting Deputy AG, a role he would retain until Rod Rosenstein was confirmed on April 25th, 2017. [Mary McCord remained head of the DOJ-National Security Division]

On March 2nd, 2017, Dana Boente was one of the small group who participated in a conversation that led to the recusal of Jeff Sessions from anything related to the 2016 election. This recusal included the ongoing FBI counterintelligence investigation known as Crossfire Hurricane, which was later picked up by Robert Mueller.

The other attendees for the recusal decision-making meeting (see above schedule) included Sessions’ chief of staff Jody Hunt; Criminal Chief in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland, Jim Crowell; Deputy Assistant Attorney General (DAAG) in the Department of Justice National Security Division Tash Gauhar (FISA lawyer); and Associate Deputy Attorney General Scott Schools. [Note: Tash Gauhar was lawyer for FBI Clinton case; and Scott Schools was part of drafting Clinton exoneration letter.]

The Main Justice group influenced Jeff Sessions to recuse.

With AG Jeff Sessions recused on March 2, 2017, FBI Director James Comey now reported to Acting Deputy AG Dana Boente. [Technically, Boente is still EDVA U.S. Attorney and is only ‘acting’ as Deputy AG] Additionally, on March 31st, 2017, President Trump signs executive order 13787 making the U.S. EDVA Attorney the 3rd in line for DOJ succession.

Question: If Dana Boente was appointed “Acting Attorney General” on January 31st, 2017 (he was), then why did Don McGahn need to draw up XO 13787 on March 31st, 2017… especially after confirmed AG Jeff Sessions was already in place Feb 9th?

The answer likely has to do with a sign-off needed for FISA.

See the issue?

How does somebody (unknown) advise White House Counsel Don McGahn to draw up an executive order so that Boente can sign a FISA…. without telling Don McGahn the reason why AG Sessions can’t sign off on the FISA? See the issue now?

In the period between March 2nd and April 25th – With AG Sessions recused, and without a Deputy AG confirmed, Dana Boente is simultaneously:

  • U.S. Attorney for EDVA
  • Acting Deputy AG.
  • Acting AG for all issues related to Sessions recusal.

It is James Comey and Dana Boente who sign the April 2017 FISA renewal for Carter Page.

(Page #271 – Carter Page FISA Application)

This dynamic would later become important as notes Boente took from conversations with James Comey became evidence for Mueller’s expanded obstruction investigation. [3/2/17 Mary McCord is still head of DOJ-NSD]

Somehow Acting Deputy AG Dana Boente’s personal and handwritten notes were mysteriously leaked to MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow.

[Backstory Here]

On April 20th, 2017, Mary McCord announces her intent to resign from the DOJ National Security Division effective with the confirmation of Deputy AG nominee Rod Rosenstein.

On April 25th, 2017, Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein is confirmed. Rosenstein now takes over the responsibilities held by Acting DAG Dana Boente; this includes the FBI counterintelligence probe.

On May 9th, 2017, FBI Director James Comey is fired.

On May 10th, 2017, FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe opens a criminal ‘obstruction of justice investigation’ of President Trump to parallel/compliment the ongoing counterintelligence investigation into the Trump campaign and administration.

On/Around May 11th, 2017, Mary McCord departs. Dana Boente now becomes the Asst. Attorney General and head of the DOJ National Security Divison. Simultaneously retaining role as U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of VA.

On May 16th, 2017, Rosenstein takes Robert Mueller to the White House to meet President Trump. On May 17th, Rosenstein appoints the Robert Mueller special counsel probe. On May 18th, 2017, Scott Schools authorizes Robert Mueller:

And we’re off to the Trump-Russia-Collusion-Obstruction races…

With hindsight it is now clear the various players inside Main Justice and the FBI had a vested interest in maintaining the assault against Trump. By now everyone can see the bigger goal was against the office of POTUS. [“obstruction” etc.] All of the personnel moves should be reviewed with hindsight of the larger anti-Trump objective in mind.

Against the known fraud that was the Trump-Russia Collusion-Conspiracy narrative, there are no visible people who didn’t participate in one form or another.

Dana Boente was head of DOJ-NSD from May 11th, 2017 through end of October 2017 when he officially announced his intent to retire. However, the timeline gets cloudy here because Boente said he was staying on until an official replacement was announced. There’s no indication of when he actually left the DOJ-NSD or the EDVA role.

On January 23rd, 2018, FBI Director Christopher Wray announces Boente has shifted over to the FBI to be Chief Legal Counsel (replacing James Baker). As Mueller is using 19 lawyers, and 40 FBI investigators, Boente now becomes a legal adviser to Christopher Wray while the Mueller probe is ongoing.

As we recently discovered, Mueller’s lead FBI agent for the corrupt Russia collusion-conspiracy investigation, was David W. Archey. Archey was selected by Robert Mueller when FBI Agent Peter Strzok was removed. The Mueller probe took over the counterintelligence investigation in May 2017, a few months later Special Agent Peter Strzok was removed (July) and David W. Archey was brought in:

As David Archey arrives in August 2017, Mueller is getting the new scope memo from Rod Rosenstein. There’s little doubt the entire FBI group would have known the Trump-Russia collusion-conspiracy narrative was false. So Archey status as lead agent has to be considered *corrupt/sketchy*; FBI activity was likely focused on the obstruction angle.

Interestingly at the conclusion of the Mueller investigation Archey was promoted by Christopher Wray to head of the Richmond, Virginia FBI field office (March 4, 2019). This field office overlaps with another FBI/DOJ filing from the EDVA.

The April 11th, 2019, recently released Julian Assange indictment stems from the EDVA. From the indictment we discover it was under seal since March 6th, 2018:

(Link to pdf)

However, on Tuesday April 15th more investigative material was released. Again, note the dates: Grand Jury, *December of 2017* This means FBI investigation prior to….

The investigation took place prior to December 2017, it is coming from the EDVA where Dana Boente was still, presumably, U.S. Attorney. The grand jury indictment was sealed from March of 2018 until April of 2019.

Why the delay? Here’s where it gets interesting….

This FBI submission to the Grand Jury in December of 2017 was four months after congressman Dana Rohrabacher talked to Assange in August of 2017: “Assange told a U.S. congressman … he can prove the leaked Democratic Party documents … did not come from Russia.”

(August 2017, The Hill Via John Solomon) Julian Assange told a U.S. congressman on Tuesday he can prove the leaked Democratic Party documents he published during last year’s election did not come from Russia and promised additional helpful information about the leaks in the near future.

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, a California Republican who is friendly to Russia and chairs an important House subcommittee on Eurasia policy, became the first American congressman to meet with Assange during a three-hour private gathering at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, where the WikiLeaks founder has been holed up for years.

Rohrabacher recounted his conversation with Assange to The Hill.

“Our three-hour meeting covered a wide array of issues, including the WikiLeaks exposure of the DNC [Democratic National Committee] emails during last year’s presidential election,” Rohrabacher said, “Julian emphatically stated that the Russians were not involved in the hacking or disclosure of those emails.”

Pressed for more detail on the source of the documents, Rohrabacher said he had information to share privately with President Trump. (read more)

It would appear the FBI took keen interest after this August 2017 meeting and gathered specific evidence for a grand jury by December 2017. Then the DOJ sat on the indictment (sealed in March 2018) while the Mueller probe was ongoing; until April 11th, 2019, when a coordinated effort between the U.K. and U.S. was launched. Assange was arrested, and the indictment was unsealed (link).

To me, as a person who has researched this three year fiasco; including the ridiculously false 2016 Russian hacking/interference narrative: “17 intelligence agencies”, JAR report (needed for Obama in December ’16), and political ICA (January ’17); this looks like a Deep State move to control Julian Assange because the Mueller report is dependent on Russia cybercrimes…. AND that narrative is contingent on the Russia DNC hack story:

(Bloomberg) Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said Friday that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report describes Russian cybercrimes during the 2016 election.

The report, which is expected to be released soon, will clear up questions about the Russian campaign to interfere in the election President Donald Trump won, Rosenstein said in a speech given to a private group at the Metropolitan Club of Washington, according to three people in attendance. (more)

The Weissmann/Mueller/Rosenstein report contains claims that Russia hacked the DNC servers as the central element to the Russia interference narrative in the U.S. election. This claim is directly disputed by WikiLeaks and Assange, as outlined during the Dana Rohrabacher interview. There’s the FBI motive to shut Assange down.

The DNC hack claim is contingent upon analysis by Crowdstrike computer forensics who were paid by the DNC to look into the issue. The FBI was never allowed to review the servers independently, and now we know the FBI never even looked at a full forensics report from Crowdstrike.  Almost all independent research into this DNC hack claim also challenges the claims of a Russia hack of the DNC servers.

Dana Boente was part of the group who advised Sessions to recuse. Boente later authorized the second renewal of the Title-one surveillance warrant and worked with James Comey. Boente then leaked his Comey notes to the media, essentially to support Comey’s narrative about Trump; and participated from within the FBI as legal counsel to Chris Wray who told everyone in July 2018 there was no political bias in the FBI… but hey, everyone is going to bias training….. and pay no attention to the 40 FBI agents who were investigating an invisible Trump Russia-Collusion-Conspiracy for two years.

Seriously?

There are no “good guys” in this. There are no “white hats” here. Certainly not Mueller, Rosenstein, Wray, Bowditch or Boente. Instead, this is a matrix of broad interests positioned only to benefit and sustain the status quo of the administrative state; and protect the larger community from the Trump disruption.

In the end it all comes back to the same series of questions. Who was recommending to President Trump that he retain and promote DOJ and FBI officials who were part of the anti-Trump Russia collusion-conspiracy program?

People who knew the DC system and were vulnerable to DC peer influence. People who would take counsel and advice on who was needed and where.  People in positions of influence with President Trump.  People who could intentionally, or unwittingly, steer these placements from a position of advisement close to the President.

Appointing Rod Rosenstein as DAG was one of those key placements.

Appointing DC U.S. Attorney Jessie Liu was another.

From Rosenstein we get: Mueller, Chris Wray, David Bowditch and Dana Boente.

Meanwhile Jessie Liu quashed cases against: Awan bros, James Wolfe, Greg Craig and Andrew McCabe.

The Russia Conspiracy Collusion is built on a foundation of purposeful lies.  The DC network within the FBI and DOJ are at risk if those lies are exposed.

One of the cornerstone lies is that the Russians hacked the DNC servers…. that entirely false claim was manufactured in the heart of the December 2016 Joint Analysis Report and January 2017 Intelligence Community Assessment.   The central claim is based on a secret evaluation by political operatives, and pushed by an intelligence apparatus that needs the Russian Conspiracy to hide their schemes.

It’s all FUBAR !!

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368 Responses to Devin Nunes Threatens Criminal Referrals for Chris Wray and Dana Boente….

  1. Eric says:

    All involved in hiding or delaying the production of evidence can be charged with obstruction of Justice and many other crimes. Even those involved in redacting documents, for no reason is obstruction of Justice.

    Those involved are really stupid because there is an easy identifiable trail to prove Obstruction and all who were involved..

    Criminal should be (they are) very worried.

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    • Heika says:

      How much ‘destruction of evidence’ has been taking place ? That is my concern. Is that destruction detectable? The criminals have held all the seats of control over that evidence for a few years… one has to wonder.

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      • Eric says:

        The criminals thought Hillary would certainly be President and they left mountains of tails of evidence everywhere; impossible to destroy. There are so many backup layers they would need an army to destroy that must evidence.

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        • Heika says:

          I really hope so. And that Barr reads CTH! Save him mountains of time. Send the cheque to CTH Barr… save the public the pain.

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          • Eric says:

            I agree; CTH and Judicial Watch, John Solomon ETC.…there is already enough evidence out that We the People have seen to build a solid case. This is partly why this can never be buried along with losing the country forever.

            AND

            The Russian Hoax by Gregg Jarrett
            Clinton Cash by Peter Schwieizer
            Licensed to Lie by Sidney Powell
            Etc…

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            • Amy2 says:

              What did John Solomon say? We only know about 30% right now. I think Mr. Sundance just added another 20%.

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              • Eric says:

                Exactly Right! And 30% or 20% is a lot considering the Mountains of Evidence. 30% or 20% is Definitely enough evidence to have many Grand Juries etc…

                Mr. Sundance is very “Special” in being able to link together hundreds of thousands of trails of evidence that are everywhere and connect them all; telling a story (draws many pictures). Sundance is Very remarkable/amazing and mind-blowing how Sundance connects the dots.

                When building a Criminal Case Sundance information is definitely an asset for the investigations/prosecutions.

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              • Wanda Schutt Andrako says:

                John soloman is on Hannity most nights with more and more info.

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                • chipin8511 says:

                  I recommend you also follow gerorgewebb.com truth leaks 2.5 years he has exposed them all and there ratlines tied to oil drugs weapons uranium and child trafficking.

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        • Ray Runge says:

          Eric, mountains of evidence still requires some one with authority to stand p in a legal venue and call the person out for the misdeeds.

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          • Eric says:

            There are many Great Men/Women who are willing to investigate/prosecute using normal policies and procedures. If there was ever a time when the United States didn’t have brave and willing men/women to implement Justice to save the United States; then we are by definition a 3rd world country and we deserve our fate.

            United States is a self-correcting country; if we do not correct the criminal acts that are being used to dismantle this country; it is over for the United States.

            PDJT knows this….

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        • taxpayer here says:

          Horrifying thing to me, beyond all the illegalities and cover ups going on, is the left did their ABSOLUTE best to make sure hitlery won….but she didn’t. Have they, ARE they putting in place safe guards to make sure there’s a different result in 2020? I emphatically say yes. Dear Lord, help us.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Heika;
        IMHO, I think actual DESTRUCTION of evidence is pretty unlikely, for MOST of this. Mostly there is CONCEALING evidence, which is STILL Obstruction.

        The bueorocracy THRIVES on documents, and its hard wired in that you ‘document EVERYTHING’.

        If you look at Sundances list of documents needing declassifying, very few of them can be ‘destroyed’.

        So, what they have done is to ‘preserve’them, but behind a firewall of “classified”. And in some cases to misfile, TRY to classify for 40 years, etc.

        They can’t ‘destroy’ the FISA warrants or applications, and I really DOUBT they can destroy Comeys memos.(Cause they are his personal ‘insurance policy’, insuring him against being thrown under a bus, OR hit by one.

        And, since he is effectively blackmailing everyone else involved in the Coup, he would want to know his memos could not be lost, deleted or destroyed.

        So, while they CAN chip away at the margins, like page/strox texts while working for Mueller, MOST is, I believe sitting in a locked file cabinet or database somewhere.

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      • farrier105 says:

        The DNC servers and workstations that experienced a data loss incident in 2016 are among the evidence destroyed or rendered unfit to serve as evidence. There is no way those computers’ system logs still reflect the status of those units as of June 12, 2016, the end of the weekend Crowdstrike chose to take the network off the Internet and change some servers and workstations for new ones, while reimaging the laptops and other workstations to allegedly remove malware used by the alleged hackers. After over three years, no one could certify that the computers are in the same state now that they were in June 2016. They are effectively destroyed as evidence.

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      • Julian says:

        Err. Trump’s been President since January 2017 you realise right?

        Also Mike Rogers was at NSA for years before then as well.

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    • Eric says:

      Yep…anyone who followed orders from their supervisor and/or top management of the FBI/DOJ to delay or hide evidence is in serious trouble. Just the obstruction charges alone will eliminate many in the criminal swamp and most will plea a deal…no telling how many were involved.

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      • Dutchman says:

        And the beauty of the Conspiracy statute, and this definetly WAS a Conspiracy;
        Every single ‘affirmative act’, that is any action, ANY action, which furthered the conspiracy is a seperate charge.

        So, with the intricacies of this conspiracy, pretty easy to get up over 200 years, at 10 years each.

        And THAT, along with a,solid trail of evidence, is what gets people singing.
        And there is a whole Choir ready to sing, if Durham is willing to play Conductor.

        And if Barr is,…?

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        • Eric says:

          Exactly Right!

          And Employees following orders from a supervisor or manager to delay/hide evidence had a duty to write a letter stating they refuse to commit a criminal act and had a duty to write a letter documenting there refusal or resign from their position immediately.

          Most in the Corporate world would not follow orders to commit a criminal act. Apparently the Washington Swamp is different.

          Barr and Durham knows this and how easy is it to follow the trails. Remember when Nunes and Fitton stated the redacted documents was later to be proven non confidential and there was no reason to black out vital evidence….these can be prosecuted.

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          • Dutchman says:

            Not sure I buy that ” most in the corporate world wouldn’t follow orders to commit a criminal act”.

            My own experience,working at many different companies, at many different levels is there are a fair # of employees terrified of losing their job, who will endure plenty, to avoid being unemployed.

            And, as behavioral research confirms, a certain % that WILL follow orders, under the right/wrong conditions.

            The part of your post about writing a letter, sounds a lot like “whistleblower”, and we know how THAT has worked out.

            Anyway, I think we would all be content to plea down on the lower echelon, that actually misfiled documents, etc. in exchange for them rolling over on higher ups.

            Concrete, overwhelming ADMISSABLE evidence, and LOOOONG sentences, and the choir will sing.

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            • Eric says:

              My experience in the Corporate World most would not cross the line into Corruption.

              IMO this is not a true whistleblower. The person is refusing to break a criminal code.

              The employee should ask the supervisor/manager to put the request in writing. If the supervisor/manager refuses; the employee can write an email letter directly to the supervisor/manager who is making the request and state the request and the reason for the refusal. Most likely the supervisor/manger will drop the request. If not, there is an email trail siting the criminal code violation and the reason for refusal.

              The process from there could be complicated or never ending.

              Most people would not cross the line; they enjoy Peace of Mind; one of the most important individual assets a person has.

              Jobs can be found; peace of mind can be lost forever.

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              • Eric says:

                Correction; The process from there could end or be complicated and never ending.

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              • Will Hunt says:

                My experience as well. Encouraging, supporting or directing criminal acts or behavior in the corporate setting is rare in my experience especially in larger companies. It is the rare person/employee who would risk criminal prosecution for someone else’s company or career.

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    • Bob says:

      Put Donna Brazil in that equation of the crooks going to jail. She is so crooked and she winds up on Fox. But she has no credibility at all. If left in any position, she will find a way to screw over the People.

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      • Eric says:

        Barr and Durham is going after the center of all the alleged corruption; Hillary’s emails and the Clinton Foundation. This is an easy case because there is a paper/digital/testimony trails allegedly showing Comey and others did not follow normal investigative/prosecutorial policies and procedures for political reasons, a criminal act.

        Barr and Durham is first building a case that the opening of Mueller’s Special Counsel was prearranged and this will merged with Hillary being the alleged motive.

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        • hoghead says:

          Eric, what are the odds that NSA has copies of virtually all 33k deleted klinton emails? NSA seems to have copies of so much else; and NSA was run by the sterling silver Adm. Mike Rogers, who is the guy who made peeling this onion possible.

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          • Eric says:

            Odds are really/really good. Mike Rogers most likely wrote a road map for P/T.

            Throughout United States History Great Men/Women all of a sudden appeared when the United States was a risk of being eliminated…I believe there are many Great Men/Women that will appear at this moment in time to save us all

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          • Dutchman says:

            And THERE IN lies the DANGER. I have posted similar, but you SEE how tempting it is, to USE that database, for what you and I agree are “good” purposes?
            These scumbags yielded to the SAME temptation.
            “WOW! All this potential POWER! Lets USE it!”

            As it stands now, it can ONLY be ‘legally’accessed for counter-intel or Terrorism investigations. Now, Hillary’s emails WAS a violation of the espionage act, so it COULD be argued its a counter intel.

            Kerry and Obamas world tour sure LOOKS like working with foriegn enemies, against the interest of the U.S.

            Again, see how EASY and TEMPTING it is? IF they go through with the plan to delete all the info, I hope they at least make a copy, and seal it in a time capsul, to be opened in 50 years.

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            • BitterC says:

              Is it really true they can’t use NSA data for counter-intel/terrorism? One of things I thought I learned through this fiasco is that the FBI uses this surveillance data for garden variety crime fighting.
              A coup d’etat should rate right up there with terrorism

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              • Dutchman says:

                Not ‘supposed’ to, legally. AND ‘supposed’ to be ‘extra’ safeguards in place, if they use on American citisens.
                Safeguards they blew through like a drunk through a red lite.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      I noticed in the Chuck Todd interview with the President, that he was pushing the Wikileaks being a Russian asset. They are absolutely desperate to keep Russia in there somehow.

      If the beginning is anywhere, it is the DNC leaks. It is the cornerstone of hacking and interfering with the election. Destroy that and everything falls apart.

      Keeping Assange alive is in the interest of the executive office. Maybe they should be in charge of it.

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      • Eric says:

        Good Points…they are absolutely desperate to keep all their fake laws, fake crimes and fake news alive.

        The “only offset” to their fake narratives to destroy PDJT is indictments and prosecutions of the real criminals using real laws with the mountains of evidence…

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      • farrier105 says:

        The main problem with canceling the idea of the Russian hack of the DNC is the fact that the Republicans also believe in it, and say their party experienced Russians attempting to hack them. Devin Nunes not only says Mueller’s indictment of the Russian “hackers” is correct, his committee helped write it.

        When both parties say something is true, Joe Sixpack and Jane Soccermom have something they can accept as true with confidence since “both parties agree.” I don’t recall that as being a rule of logic, but to them it is.

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    • Sunshine says:

      They’re not worried at all, with reason. Nunes threatened a referral? If he were serious, he would have already done so. At this point, all we are waiting for is some small fry to be left holding the bag. None of the major players will be held to account. People, the IG has found numerous agents to be guilty of FELONIES, and the DOJ “declined to prosecute.”

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      • Eric says:

        It must be frustrating to believe PDJT is incapable of being a Great President and implementing Justice with the Criminal Codes that are already written. Since you know the U.S. will become a 3rd world country in time; you should enjoy this moment of being free and safe.

        I’m a true PDJT supporter and believe P/T is capable and will implement one of the most important Presidential acts in United States History by insuring proper investigative/prosecutorial policies and procedures are followed.

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      • Will Hunt says:

        There is that….

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  2. TPW says:

    So if Congressman R. told PT about his meeting with Assange….then PT knows how valuable Assange is. Does Barr know? If so he should be protected. If he is not……then I would question why Barr would not intervene. Assange is the key to go along with the fact that the FBI never saw the crowdstrike report nor did they ask to see it ….because there is no report. This whole Fiasco lie could end right now today with Assange’s testimony and proof. PT must….has to …..know all this.

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    • Esther says:

      Nunes is basically saying what I’ve been repeating time and time again, i.e. the DOJ is so entirely corrupt IT CANNOT POLICE, INVESTIGATE AND PROSECUTE ITSELF. There is nobody Trump can put in either the DOJ or State Dept that will clean those two entities out. Since congress for the most part except for a minuscule fraction of House member, has no intention of helping President Trump clean up the DOJ and State Dept. Trump has to declare a national state of emergency, shut the government down and impose martial law. He has to carefully select which branch of the military he will put in place to help him clean up corruption, because the corruption is rampant within the DOD as well. Quick military tribunals are in order.

      Just like OKenyan strategically fired or forced to resign 90% the loyal patriotic generals and top brass to put traitors in place, Trump has got to start firing those people too. Any position Trump takes is dicey, but he simply cannot continue to do the same thing taking one step forward and two steps back with all the undermining of his Orders that have been ongoing. I think the recent circumstance with Iran was a great opportunity for him to assess the top brass in order make a decision about who has got to go. I’m a staunch Trump supporter, and admit I don’t have access to the intel he has, but also believe it is not an idle boast where rumors abound with examples that there is mutiny and many of his orders are ignored and he does not indeed get full intel s he should. ( this is nothing new, been going on for decades because past presidents have been puppets, but it is worse with Trump).

      I hold out hope that Trump will grab the bull by the horns and do what is necessary. He needs his own “sniffers” in every department. Am looking forward to Gen Flynn’s ultimate and quick exoneration that will put him back on the job. We’ve been doing our part ( and can still do more), but Trump has got to find a way to build up a core of loyal leaders in the military and in govt who will help him purge the corruption that cannot be otherwise defeated. Some may not like this statement, but it is a reality, Trump has got to set things up where these bastards really start to FEAR HIM, not because he is a dictator, but because he is a PATRIOT setting America back on course.

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      • desperatelyseekingmelania says:

        Were he to order martial law they would just refuse to enact it. We are that far gone.

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      • KnowSERENoFear says:

        Excellent post Esther! Thank you! 🙂

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      • Blister Bill says:

        Spot on Esther, anyone paying attention to the last years of the o’muslim usurpation and the complete surrender of the Republicans, knew there could be no normal translation of power. Every damn dept needed a thorough audit and cleansing. A Herculean task.

        Martial law is the only way out of this now otherwise the people will have to do it

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      • Julian says:

        You really sound pessimistic there to be honest.

        Trump has consistently hired the Best ‘Swamp Drainers’ in the business to key positions at the DOJ & FBI to carry out his orders such as Sensor Jeff Sessions, Road Rosenstein, Rachel Band, Chris Way, Matt Whitless & AG Barry etc.

        Why would you doubt him?

        Trump knows what’s he’s doing.

        Trump’s got this.

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    • Dutchman says:

      IIRC, PDJT didn’t meet with Congressman R. You see a hint in the articles that call him “russian friendly”;
      this was while PDJT was,still being investigated by mueller for ‘russia collusion’, and his phone calls were being leaked. I don’t think he talked to or met with Rohrrbacher.

      However, am I the only one that thinks it strange that Pam the babe watch gal met with ASSANGE?
      Shades of Dennis Rodman, using unlikely emmisaries. I STRONGLY suspect there HAS been SOME communication, between Assange and PDJT, but NOT thru roerhbacher.
      Just a hunch,…

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    • Joemama says:

      It appears that the DOJ is up to using dirty tricks to get Assange extradited to the US. They are using a convicted fraudster from Iceland:

      https://wikileaks.org/US-DoJ-Preparing-Additional-Indictment.html

      This is also another example of some of the rank & file of the FBI showing that they are dirtbags. There is no way that they don’t know what they are doing is wrong. Names are provided in the article.

      FTA:
      “The Trump administration is so desparate to build its case against WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange that it is using a diagnosed sociopath, a convicted conman and sex criminal, who was exposed by the highest levels of the Icelandic government as an FBI informant and who was involved in an entrapment operation in 2011 against Julian Assange.”

      &
      “While the case would collapse in the U.S. due to the prosecution’s reliance on testimony by Thordarson and Monsegur, who are not credible witnesses, the United States can conceal their witnesses identities during UK extradition proceedings in order to boost their chances of winning. This will make it impossible for Assange to challenge the credibility of the witnesses during UK extradition proceedings, which will commence on 14 June.”

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    • Julian says:

      As we know AG Barr is a ‘Bushite’ protecting the interests of the Bush Family.

      Given that I’m sure he will work to free Assange given all the lovely things Assange released from, for instance, the Iraq War launched in 2003 by George Bush.

      One can be certain AG Barr is firmly interested in seeing justice for the man who exposed War Crimes created by Bush Jnr.’s war.

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  3. Heika says:

    So, who has been advising Trump from the start? I have some thoughts. Who is quiet, who is it that poop has never even come close to? Who does he ‘trust’… who hovers in the background and never ‘goes there’ in public? Who is the Shultz?

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    • Dutchman says:

      Heika;
      First off, it could be several different people, at different times. Priebus, chris christie early on, even McConnell saying “heres who we can confirm”.

      There is an OBVIOUS candidate, but it may even be not person “A”, but their trusted advisor. The wormtoungue whispers in their ear, and then they repeat to PDJT.

      Probably several rotating plants, so if one is eliminated, they just rotate in another.

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      • Invisigoth says:

        Christie was out before the transition, and few of his recommendations joined the administration.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Point is, it started on Nov. 8-9th.
          They began infiltrating the new admin as early as possible. And when PDJT fired one, they had 3 more to reccomend, all deep state rinos, etc.
          I suspect PDJT has very few on his,staff he can trust,…VERY few.

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    • Blister Bill says:

      Pence the rino ponce

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  4. JohnCarlson says:

    Fight Organized Crime
    Abolish The FBI

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    • KnowSERENoFear says:

      Absolutely. The FBI is the cleanup crew of the federal government. The FBI cleans up the streets and the DOJ cleans up the courts.

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  5. Hillaryisguilty says:

    The FBI and the CIA need to be disbanded. Both of these rogue agencies are corrupt and have done enormous damage to this country over the past 50 years.
    Read Jim Marrs’ book “Crossfire”. The FBI has been obstructing justice and destroying evidence whenever it suits them.

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    • Julian says:

      I doubt that.

      It’s only in the days of Comey the FBI has gone bad.

      Which previous FBI Directors were ever sacked for instance?

      In years past the FBI was led by honourable patriots such as J Edgar Hoover.

      I don’t know much about the man but to be appointed for so many years as FBI Director must mean he was one of the best going around.

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  6. Chip Doctor says:

    Good grief, I think I will go watch something more uplifting like “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas”. I’ll check back in a day or two when everyone is high fiving and ordering popcorn.

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  7. Mark McQueen says:

    LOL…CTS Sundays. Off the rails again….ridiculous…..

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  8. pucecatt says:

    June 12th was the last time Brennan was on twitter and June 15th for Comey , seems like a lull in their activities for spreading propaganda.. come out come out wherever you are ..

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  9. chojun says:

    Remember that Barr recently stated that as he sought to gather information about SpyGate, that he found that the answers he was getting weren’t adding up (I forget the exact word he used) – and that he was leaving with more questions than answers.

    Who would be giving him the false or misleading information? Likely Wray and/or Boente.

    Dan Bongino said that Boente is the man on the inside who “knows everything.” I think that’s correct, but not in the manner in which Bongino was excited about. I think Boente and possibly Wray are the last remaining Deep State holdouts in a decision-making/authority capacity at the DOJ/FBI.

    At this point I believe that those remaining at the FBI/DOJ who are tying to cover for malfeasance are doing so to prevent the permanent scarring of the institutions’ reputations in the eyes of the public. I think what they don’t understand is that holding individuals accountable will restore the already damaged reputations.

    There is simply too much information out there for these people to just make it all go away. They can do things the easy way or the hard way.

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    • dwpender says:

      Barr should also ask for explanations concerning why Mueller on July 28, 2017 fired Strozk and Page after he learned about SOME of their text exchanges pre-SC, but essentially simultaneously ordered their SC phones “wiped” and assigned to other agents. When Barr hears “standard operating procedure,” he’ll know the explanation doesn’t “jive” in this setting.

      Anyone wonder how many informative text exchanges Strozk and Page had while on the SC team, reflecting not only their own biases but likely repeating what others, such as, for example, Andrew Weissmann were saying?

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    • Fubu says:

      I think he said, A lot of what he’s found out “doesn’t hang together.” Hopefully Barr can make these people “hang together.”

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    • Ray Runge says:

      chojun, a fact the Mule face’s contingent included 40 FBI Investigators, now reassigned, would give one pause to think that the perpetual Swamp of LE agencies are well populated with scum.

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  10. Garrison Hall says:

    Trump was/is opposed by the entirety of the US Federal government. And this includes the US Congress (both houses). All of the players are, or want to be, part of the Washington insider culture which, for decades now, has primarily existed first and foremost to take care of “its own”. If you are an insider and play by the rules you can expect to be protected by the Deep State. The election of Trump, totally unexpected, came as a shock to the DC political class. He is an outsider, has never been even marginally approved of, and so cannot be allowed to threaten the established order. You can see this working in Sundance’s description of the dog-and-pony-show that was called to persuade (didn’t take all that much, did it?) dim-bulb Sessions to recuse himself. What followed was an intensely corrupt federal government investigating itself.

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  11. Joe says:

    There is a women I know, she was openly raped, in a 3rd world country. She projected Western values on the people she was visiting and paid, dearly.

    Every emotion, as a friend, courses through you, but in the end you find it inexplicable that she put herself in that position.

    Consoling yourself with the fact that she was home, safe and protected.

    I couldn’t help but mull the fact that the country she visited accepted their 3rd world society and what a nightmare that must be.

    Then you see the likes of McCabe, Comey, Brennan, Strzok, Page, and, and, and… and I can’t help but mull over the fact that that is de facto 3rd world governing and even a titan like President Trump is being challenged by this out of control cancer.

    I just hope people see the streets of LA, SF, Oakland and wake the F up.

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  12. DeWalt says:

    The Deep State will stay entrenched until Trump leaves office. Then it will be business as usual.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Penalty for excessive Eeyore content.

      We VOTE. We are the reason Congress is a swamp. We are the solution to changing it. It’s going to take decades to get rid of the losers, maybe longer if people continue to vote stupidly. Utah just elected Romney to a 6 year Senate seat, WTH?? Can’t be making stupid mistakes like that.

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      • desperatelyseekingmelania says:

        Yeah decades. By then what’s left of us will have been marginalized by people immigrating here for free stuff. Texas will have long since turned blue permanently. Just like California did.

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        • covfefe999 says:

          We have to work hard to stop that from happening. We’re in a war. You don’t just give in because it’s hard to win.

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          • desperatelyseekingmelania says:

            Winning elections doesn’t do any good. We already know that.

            There’s a reason they call this place The Last Refuge ya know

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            • covfefe999 says:

              Winning elections doesn’t do any good.

              We put Trump in office. You think that didn’t do any good? And some bright people elected some really great allies to seats in the House and Senate. We need to keep doing this and we need to stop electing Ryans, McCains, and Romneys, or, worse, crossing over and voting for Dems.

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        • GB Bari says:

          Doom and Gloom. Gloom and Doom.
          We all ought to go into the garden and eat worms.
          Oh worry worry worry….
          The glass is half empty.
          WE’RE ALL GONNA DIE!
          * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
          Meanwhile, the economy is doing great.
          China is cracking at the core due to penalizing tariffs.
          DPRK is still in play.
          Japan & US doing well with each other.
          Mexico is stopping some of the hordes.
          The Wall is still being built.
          Canada wants to sign the USMCA.
          U.S. employment is at or near all time highs across all demographics.
          Poland wants a US military base there – loves PDJT.
          Middle East is actually relatively quiet other than the usual idiots in Iran who get far more press than they deserve.
          And the list of President Trump’s positive achievements and impacts runs down and off the page….

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          • covfefe999 says:

            The gloom-and-doomers love to claim that they’re just being realistic. Your comment proves they are anything but. We’re doing really well.

            It must be some kind of mental dysfunction to always be pessimistic about things AND want to share that pessimism to try to bring everyone else down too.

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      • Amy2 says:

        LOL “Excessive Eeyore content.” Pretty funny!

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      • DeWalt says:

        Isn’t just the elected ones spiking the country. In fact more are unelected bureaucrats doing the real damage. And we don’t know who most of them are.

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        • KnowSERENoFear says:

          Winner/winner chicken dinner! You nailed it DeWalt. Our Framers did everything they could to prevent a central government of unelected people that create and impose administrative law. Now we know why.

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      • DeWalt says:

        Isn’t just the elected ones spiking the country. In fact more are unelected bureaucrats doing the real damage. And we don’t know who most of them are.

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      • MelH says:

        covfefe999, Romney to a 6 year Senate Seat was no “stupid mistake”. Mormons take care of their own, a feat I find awesome. About the only thing I found awesome in Utah.

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        • covfefe999 says:

          There’s nothing awesome about people voting for a guy just because he’s a Mormon. In fact that’s a very stupid reason to vote for someone. It’s like voting for a woman just because she’s a woman or a gay guy just because he boinks other men.

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          • MelH says:

            I was referring to their welfare system as a whole. It IS awesome! “Very stupid” is a matter of perspective. i would vote for a Republican just because he/she is a Republican. NOT stupid!

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      • Julian says:

        Romney was Trump’s choice in the Utah Republican Senate Primary.

        Do you really think people in Utah would go against Trump’s choice? I don’t.

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    • JohnCarlson says:

      Tucker Carlosn sad John Bolton was like a tapeworm embedded in government that comes out in between dormancy to wreak havoc. That may have been unfair to Bolton but it fits to a T the Deep State.

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      • TarsTarkas says:

        Bolton may be a hawk but he knows how to follow orders. He try to run foreign policy to suit himself, said so himself. Also has the example of what happened to Tillerson. He is also quite knowledgeable. I consider him to be like fire, a good servant but not to be trusted with death-dealing authority.

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      • gnome says:

        Unfair to Bolton?? Impossible.

        I note that Bolton has started dying his hair again – working it up gradually. If he doesn’t do the mustache as well he will end up looking as ridiculous as he did under the Bush 2 admin. But it indicates that he thinx it is time to crawl out of his hole and back into the spotlight.

        Tucker Carlson for President in 2024. He knows the simplest way to deal with a maggot is to crush it.

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      • Sentient says:

        It was unfair to tapeworms.

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  13. sarasotosfan says:

    Today I read an item that reported Bill Barr is also going to test the base claim of the Russian Hoax that the Russians were seeking to elect Donald Trump. I hope there is truth to this report because this is so essential to this fraud that it is necessary to eviscerate this often repeated allegation.

    Boente was at one point on the chopping block and I believe the fact he had signed the last FISA warrant was instrumental in keeping him around.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      You mean Boente stays in an important position because he swore under oath that
      Carter Page was a foreign agent (not an FBI witness),
      that Papadoc was a foreign agent while the FBI/CIA was entrapping him with halper, azura turk, mifsud, and $10,000 they thought he would bring into the US where they had 7 FBI gents waiting for him BEFORE customs, and
      that the “Pee Pee” steele/DNC dossier was reliable despite lack of verification and actual records showing it wasn’t, etc?

      That Boente? How many unverified oaths to a secret court does a government employee have to sign, in order to be removed from power?

      Why has the FISA court never protected its integrity (as would any ordinary federal court with public proceedings and represented defendants) by requiring hearings on FISA Fraud by warrant-signers, disciplining false-oath-swearers, and withdrawing fraudulently-obtained warrants? Ordinary federal courts have defendants represented by counsel, and the disinfecting light of public scrutiny. The defendants in the secret FISA spy-court have to rely on the integrity of the FISa court for their constitutional protection. The FISC has failed miserably in its responsibility to protect the integrity of its proceedings and the warrants it issues, and failed in its constitutional responsibility by nor even holding hearings on “MOTIONS TO SPY ON PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, PRESIDENT ELECT, AND THE ELECTED PRESIDENT”. ASTOUNDINGLY COMPLICIT. Does the FBI have blackmail files on the FISC?

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      • 3rdday61 says:

        Beau, There’s no telling who has what info since all of the unauthorized contractor (702)access was going on.
        If I recall correctly, while reading one of the docs SD posted, I think Boente was a/the big cheese WMD guy. Kinda like he already had some OJT in setting up a Republican President. I’m going off of memory so I could have it wrong.

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    • Sentient says:

      Why shouldn’t Russians prefer the US candidate who promised to try to get along better with Russia?

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  14. cantcforest says:

    Got to let all of the evil seep into public view, despite msm.

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  15. CNN_sucks says:

    Thank you, Nunez. Finally, the collaborators like Wray and Dana Boente planted by co conspirators to undermine PDJT will get criminal referral. The ball is now on Barr’s court.

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    • KItty-Kat says:

      He also deserves big thanks for taking up his case with twitter; he doesn’t want to do it but has to because he understands how social media excluding conservative content will impact the election.

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  16. dwpender says:

    Folks, it’s going to be a while before Sidney Powell reemerges. I have a gut feeling that when she does, we’re going to see so many informative bombshells that we’ll believe we’re in an artillery zone.

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  17. MaineCoon says:

    “congressman Dana Rohrabacher talked to Assange in August of 2017: “Assange told a U.S. congressman … he can prove the leaked Democratic Party documents … did not come from Russia.”

    This scenario has always been a mystery to me. Why did he go talk to Assange? Who sent him? He spent hours with Assange and we never hear one word of the content.

    I find this odd.

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    • Dutchman says:

      I find it far odder that Pamela Anderson went to see Assange, ALSO spent several hours on, IIRC 2 consecutive days,…

      And yes, she and PDJT HAVE had previous intrraction, and she HAS come out as VERY MAGA.

      HMmmmm,…

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      • Kitty-Kat says:

        Are you talking about visiting him at the Embassy? She has also visited him in prison and it was heartbreaking to watch her afterward with the press; she could hardly speak; they are clearly close friends and she was very concerned about his health.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Yes, at the embassy. Not impugning her motives at all, just wondering if she is like Dennis Rodman, an ‘unlikely’ emmisary, for an ‘unlikely’ President.
          Never was a really good explanation for her INITIAL visit, at the embassy.

          Frankly, I HOPE she is carrying messages between PDJT and ASSANGE.

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          • Kitty-Kat says:

            I understood totally what you were saying … sorry I proceed otherwise …. a different impression.

            Here is a video of her after her prison visit.

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            • Kitty-Kat says:

              sorry I ***PROJECTED*** otherwise

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            • Dutchman says:

              Thanks, I’ll watch as soon as done with reply. Assange is on my prayer list, like Manafort and Flinn and Stone; Political prisoners and hoping PDJT can increase the # he ‘frees’ to include these.

              And no, I REALLY have NO interest in debating with those who argue he
              “Betrayed our country, people died, manning blah, blah, blah.”
              So says Hillary, who wanted to drone him, long before the DNC emails.

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  18. Jim in TN says:

    Yes, the IC fabricated evidence in the tail end of 2016 and the start of 2017, but the false claim of Russia hacking the DNC servers started much earlier.

    When was Crowdstrike hired, and when did they declare Russia did it?
    When was that poor guy murdered?
    When was the first claim made that the FBI watched hackers attack the RNC and the DNC, but the DNC refused to listen?

    Frankly, when was the first time Trump joked about asking the Russians for Hillary’s Secretary of State emails? And when was the first chant of ‘lock her up’?

    It is my contention that it was decided early on that they were going to frame Trump and lock him up for daring to oppose them. Throw in a dash of Cankles rage, and you have a recipe for entrapment.

    I am not clear on how it all developed. Solomon said they were going after Manafort maybe as early as Dec 2015, months before he was chosen to get delegates. And it is quite obvious that they were ready to pounce on the foreign affairs advisors, the moment the list was announced in March of 2016.

    March 2016 was when Adm. Rogers stopped the FISA abuses. And FusionGPS was hired in April, a process that started in March.

    If, like Nunes said, everything started in late 2015, were they targeting all Republicans for entrapment, or just the leading lights? Who in the establishment believed that Trump would win the nomination in Dec of 2015? The Sea Island conference on how to beat Trump wasn’t held till March of 2016.

    You can make an argument that the Uniparty was going to make an example of Trump no matter what. But Dec 2016, commentators were still assuring people that Trump was just doing a marketing ploy, that he wasn’t serious, and that he was sure to drop out.

    In the end, I think it was all an illegal scheme, or schemes. Plural, since there were many actors, each trying to do their part, and because the schemes had to modify and adapt to new circumstances. And the scheming and manipulations never stop.

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    • jmclever says:

      Don’t forget Trump was being wire tapped so FBI knew the people he was considering working with and likely got those preemptive strikes under way. Soo what appears as impossible because of timelines is actually very possible because of spying.

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  19. digleigh says:

    Fratboy Wray is way over his head… He does not seem too intelligent, and seems that someone just told him to keep slow-walking , and its all the fratboy knows…..

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  20. California Joe says:

    So, the criminals are still in charge of the police department. Who’s fault is that, folks? Isn’t AG Barr in charge of the DOJ?

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    • Right to reply says:

      Someone close to POTUS is recommending these people. Who?

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Nunes is complaining about misbehavior by Wray and Boente that occurred prior to Barr becoming AG. The FBI has til Friday to comply with Nunes’ new request. After that it’s up to Barr to take care of the matter, but there’s no reason at this moment to blame Barr for anything.

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  21. Right to reply says:

    The swamp is truly deep… Mrs Liu and her husband closely connected to Romney, and Rubio. https://projects.propublica.org/trump-town/staffers/jessie-k-liu

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  22. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    Assuming Barr is LEGIT
    Wray is in a no-win situation and Barr has him by his “Rosensteins”

    Wray’s options on delivering what Barr/Durham requested
    1) Comply
    2) Slow roll and/or control release
    3) Refuse

    3) is out of the question as Barr would recommend Trump FIRE HIM

    2) Probably what Wray tries initially but cannot be successful.
    The requested evidence does NOT need to be “FOUND” it ALREADY EXISTS.
    THEY USED IT THE LAST 3 YEARS TO MAKE THEIR FALSE CASE
    The core documents, texts, emails AND all the background info should be EASY to compile and present because IT ALREADY WAS COMPILED to make ICA, FISA, etc.

    EG: The FBI doesn’t need to find Strzok/Page texts……they already did. Some were held back,some were released, many have redactions. All Barr needs to say is:
    “Now go get them and GIVE THEM TO ME.”

    In fact Barr may have anticipated the slow-roll OR already encountered it.
    Which is the REASON he REQUESTED THE PRESIDENT GIVE HIM FULL DECLASSIFICATION AUTHORITY.

    How many documents can start turning up MISSING, LOST, MISPLACED, ACCIDENTALLY SHREDDED, TECHNICALLY GLITCHED in the
    BIGGEST INVESTIGATION IN US HISTORY before the smell of THE TURD becomes overwhelming to Barr?
    I’m fairly certain there are just a few preservation requirements for the FBI to keep their own evidence secure and safe and—if those suddenly start comin up missin—
    Barr going to find out EXACTLY what happened to all of them AND WHEN.
    “OOPSIE” is not gonna be an acceptable response….especially since Barr has given a PRESERVATION ORDER.
    (see Boyd letter to Nadler )

    This leaves 1)……
    The ROSENSTEIN
    Wray has less spine (i.e. balls) than RR and wasn’t around for the start of this all.
    This may be the “out” Barr ultimately presents him to convince Wray that his complete cooperation is his “best and only option”.
    Then a big retirement party 6 or so months down the line where “I say great things about you”.

    That’s what I’d do….get his full attention and assistance.

    For Boente…….NO QUARTER.

    Of course Barr could be the ultimate headfake in which case I’ll see if I can sell the above story to Glenn Simpson.

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  23. Ivehadit says:

    “In the end it all comes back to the same series of questions. Who was recommending to President Trump that he retain and promote DOJ and FBI officials who were part of the anti-Trump Russia collusion-conspiracy program?

    People who knew the DC system and were vulnerable to DC peer influence. People who would take counsel and advice on who was needed and where. People in positions of influence with President Trump. People who could intentionally, or unwittingly, steer these placements from a position of advisement close to the President.”

    This troubles me greatly if the person is still there. If not,. Sessions is an obvious one and a couple others that are too upsetting to mention if this person is still there.
    Is this person still there? I can’t imagine Donald doesn’t know by now who it is.

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    • Mr e-man says:

      The Russia connection angle may have been started when Manafort was chosen to head Trump’s campaign. Manafort had some shady dealings with Russia and Ukraine. Trump had no manager and was looking for one. Who suggested Manafort to Trump?

      After they saw Manafort they knew there was an angle to exploit whether Trump was nominated or not, they added his trip to Moscow and his comments about Russians getting Hillary’s emails. She was in on it as she made a reference to Russia and Trump during the last debate to keep the ball rolling.

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  24. 335blues says:

    I ask this question very seriously,
    are the intelligence agencies very close to taking over the government?
    If they get away with it does that not mean they have taken over the government?
    There still is not one single person held accountable for what was, and is quite clearly
    sedition and an attempted coup d’etat.
    There is plenty of low hanging fruit, people whose crimes are exposed, and
    who could have been prosecuted already.
    Slow walking is part of the obfuscation train.

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    • farrier105 says:

      They may have been running it for about 56 years now.

      After Nixon was driven from office by the spy shop guys on his own White House staff (Plumbers, run by Kissinger’s (CIA) appointments secretary David Young), a CIA bagman as Watergate Prosecutor (Leon Jaworski, who ran the MD Anderson Foundation as a “CIA Conduit”–money pass-through) and Presidents themselves linked to the CIA:

      George H.W. Bush–CIA Director

      George W. Bush–pilot for a CIA proprietary airline for a while

      Bill Clinton–Traveled throughout Eastern Bloc and Soviet Union instead of being a student at Oxford on behalf of London Station Chief of CIA Cord Meyer, Jr.

      Barack Obama–Mother was an officer in a CIA proprietary bank in Hawaii.

      Finally, we have Trump-Russia Special Counsel Mueller–Get a load of this, not that I haven’t linked to it before:

      https://www.bitchute.com/video/G_2S-ngfXhI/

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  25. MDNA I says:

    “Confession”…. This particular one gets into territory where at least at the moment I get lost in the list of names. It’s like an Old Testament (Tanakh) genealogy to me

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  26. k4jjj says:

    One way to overcome this massive conspiracy is to indict dozens of these people all at once. Not every good defense lawyer in America will be willing to take on that many clients “pro bono.” Flood the zone with criminal indictments. Turn the tables on the crooks. Bleed them dry financially and go after every asset they have. Indict their spouses and adult children. Give them a big bowl of “Mueller Legal Slop” so they are left helpless and penniless as the Mueller team did to Trump’s associates. Allow them NO BAIL and put THEM IN SOLITARY CONFINEMENT, preferably in GITMO. See how they like their own medicine.

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  27. Jeff says:

    Truly a monumental analysis by Sundance. I am not worthy!
    Speaking of VSG, has anyone ever seen Sundance and PDJT in the same place at the same time? Just kidding.
    But it may turn out that President Trump’s greatest legacy is that he has been/is exposing the utter criminality and rot that is our Federal government, so that more and more Mr. and Mrs. Joe Public are having their eyes opened, despite the best efforts of the MSM to conceal it.

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  28. ATheoK says:

    Don’t threaten, Nunes! Do it!

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  29. mtk says:

    Can some find and post Mr. Comey’s media statements leading up to his firing.

    These statements in essence stated his hindsight on actions he took just prior to the election with regard to reopening the Clinton email investigation.
    My assessment of these media statements is it basically hung out to dry, his belief he had influenced the election by announcing the FBI was reopening the investigation, yet at the same time played world salad the fact as it was the right thing to do.

    With Sundance basically saying, ” Bookmark this ⇓ and prove me wrong…”

    The length with which Sundance describes the structural positioning of key changes with the DoJ occuring just prior to Mr. Comey’s being fired and the implied hidden reasons to as why these key people where placed in the chain of DoJ leadership with no real answer to the underlining “mystery” of why they where taking place.

    I am left with the impression, Mr. Comey’s media statements where by design to goad and trigger his firing.
    Then the answer to these personnel placements becomes one of arranging key people into position to seize(capitalize) on the firing of Comey.

    I’ll bet dollar to donuts, Mr. Comey’s memos document this strategizing thought process of him(Mr Comey) arriving at this conclusion. Called it memo to self, “Must get fired!”

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    • Blister Bill says:

      The firing of Comey was a fait accompli. Both sides wanted him gone. ‘Never let a good crisis go to waste’ came into play. They were going to get a special counsel(coup) going against PDJT no matter what, this was just an early opportunity(window) to get it up and running.

      But rest assured, it was all orchestrated…sessions,rotten rod,comey,mueller, etc. All this was obvious when it happened

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  30. chickenhawk says:

    Who will carry the Trump Baton in 2024. Could Nunez be the one?

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  31. jmclever says:

    One thing that caught my attention is that Nunes is saying that the DNC was running an investigation…that means they were accessing the NSA database through operatives posing as FBI contractors…not too far fetched considering Project Veritas has caught many DSA operatives working in lower level government to access information to track and harass conservatives. He aks when did the parallel tracks merge. My guess is tha they were always one track because of the link between the two investigations and that has to be either James Comey or Andrew McCabe. My gut tells me its actually both of them in tandem.

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  32. California Joe says:

    Why are both Wray and Boente still employed by the FBI….I ask myself. Fire them both and have AG Barr appoint two DOJ officials that he knows and trusts as ACTING FBI Director and Acting Deputy Director. It’s really as simple as that, Folks! Acting appointments are good for almost two years and can be renewed once. This misery is all self-inflected at this point.

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  33. Zorro says:

    Not a hint of coverup or stonewalling but for you, Rep. Nunes, we will institute anti-coverup and stonewalling training.

    signed Chris “Coverup” Wray

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  34. Brian Baker says:

    These criminal referrals will promptly go into File 13 at DOJ.

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  35. Jlwary says:

    Just… wow. God bless you Sundance… all this information– I am so grateful you share it with us, I imagine at great risk to yourself.

    I’m just waiting to see what happens… I don’t like this helpless feeling. But I have faith in Him.

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  36. zephyrbreeze says:

    Half way through this, I felt sick.
    These government parasites, using the host of our government for their own corrupt, sick twisted purposes, but killing it’s usefulness to us, in the process.
    Turning it against us.

    Not a shred of honor among them. Who indeed was telling POTUS that these people were worth retaining and promoting? Trump knows smart people, so why couldn’t he see through these worms?

    And isn’t Boente’s daughter mixed up in this somewhere? (Maybe I’m mis-remembering.)

    November 22, 2017
    From Senator Chris Coons (D)

    The Honorable Jeff Sessions

    Attorney General of the United States

    U.S. Department of Justice

    950 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.

    Washington, DC 20530

    The Honorable Rod Rosenstein

    Deputy Attorney General of the United States

    U.S. Department of Justice

    950 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.

    Washington, DC 20530

    Dear Attorney General Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein:

    I am writing, once again, to express my concern regarding reports that U.S. Attorney and Acting Assistant Attorney General for the National Security Division, Dana Boente, wanted to remain in his position as a federal prosecutor but was forced to resign by President Trump. My November 7, 2017 letter requesting additional information about this matter has gone unanswered.

    Attorney General Sessions, as a former member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, you understand how important it is for the Department of Justice to respond to congressional inquiries in a timely fashion. In fact, just last month, during your appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee, you emphasized your efforts to prioritize responding to all congressional inquiries.

    I respectfully reiterate my request for information about why Mr. Boente, who was initially asked to continue serving in his important role, was suddenly forced to resign. Please provide the reason that the President asked for Mr. Boente’s resignation and when that request was made as soon as possible.

    Sincerely,

    Christopher A. Coons

    http://cc.bingj.com/cache.aspx?q=Dana+Boente%27s+daughter&d=4932153345969822&mkt=en-US&setlang=en-US&w=iVqCWBcMMyzC4iUW5Tt1U-WzRlPu4Og5

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  37. zephyrbreeze says:

    By Jeff Carlson
    April 23, 2019

    Excerpt:

    “…On March 10, President Trump would abruptly fire 46 Obama-era U.S. attorneys. The firings appear to have been unexpected and included the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Preet Bharara, who had previously been told he would stay. Generally speaking, it is customary for a new administration to purge the prior U.S. attorneys and replace them with their own candidates.

    “There has been some confusion around this event. There are actually a total of 93 U.S. attorneys, but 16 had already left their posts following the election. The remaining 31 attorneys not fired by Trump were either acting U.S. attorneys or had been specially appointed. These positions were already technically vacant and would be automatically filled once Trump had his new nominees confirmed by the Senate.

    “In the days following the firings, Trump declined the resignations of just three U.S. attorneys: Rosenstein, who was the U.S. attorney in Maryland; John Huber, the U.S. attorney in Utah; and Boente, from the EDVA. Two others, Connecticut U.S. Attorney Deirdre Daly and Richard Hartunian of the Northern District, were also allowed to stay on for several more months so that they could complete 20 years of service with the DOJ.

    Although Sessions was charged by Trump to carry out the firings, it was actually Boente as acting deputy AG who was making the phone calls, including the one to Bharara, who initially resisted by refusing to hand in his resignation, forcing Trump to actually fire him.

    (This has more drama than Game of Thrones.)

    More
    https://themarketswork.com/2019/04/23/dana-boentes-many-critical-positions-within-the-trump-administration/

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    • zephyrbreeze says:

      RE: Rod Rosenstein

      There remains a number of unanswered questions in relation to their signing of the Page FISA. During a June 28, 2018, sworn testimony before Congress, Rosenstein addressed the issue but also raised additional questions in the process:

      “We sit down with a team of attorneys from the Department of Justice. All of whom review that and provide a briefing for us about what’s in it. And I’ve reviewed that one in some detail, and I can tell you the information that’s public about that doesn’t match with my understanding of the one that I signed, but I think it’s appropriate to let the Inspector General complete that investigation. These are serious allegations. I don’t do the investigation—I’m not the affiant. I’m reviewing the finished product.

      “If the Inspector General finds that I did something wrong then I’ll respect that judgment, but I think it is highly, highly unlikely given the way the process works.”

      On Dec. 6, 2018, Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Devin Nunes discussed the FISA signing issue during a Fox News segment with Sean Hannity:

      Hannity: This would be Comey signing off on it, Rod Rosenstein signing off on the last one…

      Nunes: Well, they’re the ones that signed off on it—but they’re not necessarily the ones who would have provided and doctored the information. So really, the people that are culpable here are the ones who were in these discussions, that knew about the information that was not provided to the court.

      https://themarketswork.com/2019/04/23/dana-boentes-many-critical-positions-within-the-trump-administration/

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      • California Joe says:

        Typically at the US Attorney’s Office the person signing off with an approval on a search warrant asks to see the underlying evidence!

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        • MelH says:

          On a TV show, one of the female judges who signed off on a FISA warrant said she trusted the people who signed off before her; “If they thought it proper, why would I expect it wasn’t? ” She named the people and their positions, and admitted she hadn’t read it herself and was the last person required to sign it. As I recall, there were 3 signers before her, all high-level DOJ folk.

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  38. Zorro says:

    Nunes says the bad guys are “possessed” as in controlled by evil. Telling wording of the spiritual war we are in.

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  39. CM-TX says:

    Remember during one of PDJT’s Pressers on heading out… one of the reporters asked him re. Rohrabacher & Assange situation, as to whether he had spoken with the Representative yet? And if not, would he be willing to hear from him on what Assange had to say? The reporter may have also mentioned the Rep. had not been able to reach him.

    PDJT seemed genuinely surprised by this. He said he knew nothing about it, & also unaware the Rep. had been trying to contact him. He said he’d be willing to hear what he had to say.

    I remember b/c it confirmed my suspicions on people & information being FILTERED from PDJT. It wasn’t the first time someone had encountered this issue. It also makes more sense on why Rohrabacher was being blocked.
    My guess on who was to blame at the time– General Kelly. 🤨

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  40. Jan says:

    Sundance– I just sent this article link to both the President and AG Barr, urging them to read this article. You are something special and I really wish and hope that there are a few honest journalists in the MSM who do read your work because if all of this story does not come out, this nation will not survive.

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  41. 1American1st says:

    Christopher Wray is as bad as the rest of the FBI filthy Democrats.

    Right after he was appointed FBI Director he stated to Congress that he didn’t see any bias in the FBI… ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!? He should have been fired on the spot!

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  42. namberak says:

    Hercules couldn’t muck out this stable. 😦

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  43. Sherri Young says:

    Can anybody here pop out the clip of Harry Reid advising that Donald Trump be given fake briefings? That was back in summer 2016 during the Dimm convention. Apparently this does not have its roots in Peter Strzok. It starts at 7:57. Thanks.

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  44. Your Tour Guide says:

    I think one of the more important aspects of
    Boente in the equation has been overlooked
    in the comments.

    Sundance outlines how Boente wore many
    hats. The most important one to the Swamp?
    The ED of VA appointment. Another entire
    jurisdiction to taint to keep the swamp flowing
    properly.

    Doesn’t this sound a whole lot like the type
    of thing that either Phreet Bahara ( who has
    praised Wray) or Sally Yates ( who worked for
    the same scary firm as Wray) would come up
    with? A hedge of bets.

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  45. iwasthere says:

    Sundance, I’m with you. At this point, the cover story is the cover-up of the spying on the Trump campaign. The cover story over the far more damning comprehensive spying on EVERY POLITICAL FRIEND AND FOE ALIKE – since 2012 as discussed in the 99 page FISA compliance order. Trump needs a DOJ tsar at the point charged with getting the NSA compliance report and interviewing Adm. Rodgers. Heck just hire Rodger to do the job. Of course, this truth would be so damning on the Patriot Act, the Gang of 8 would never go for it. We can’t shut down the billions already sunk into the gigantic surveillance machine, just because of a few bad apples.

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  46. TwoLaine says:

    Very interesting conversation with Joe diGenova about Crooked Chris Wray.

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  47. ozymandiasssss says:

    Would be a much more effective Presidency if it wasn’t for the myriad of bad hires.

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    • 6x47 says:

      It bears repeating: Donald Trump is an outsider in every sense of the word. He came into office without a network of government and political contacts a career politician would have amassed over decades. So, Trump outsourced the staffing and recruitment to others who did have the contacts.

      And some of those people didn’t have Trump’s best interests at heart.

      Within his wheelhouse – trade and economic policy – Trump appointed a team of wolverines. Outside of that … not so much.

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  48. Rebecca johnson says:

    Is that why RR Left? Trump should fire all these people. I hope he can get Julian Assange charges dropped so the American people can hear the truth. Assange holds the answers to the big lie of the FBI.

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