John Solomon Outlines More Documented DOJ Corruption by Special Counsel Prosecutor Andrew Weissmann…

John Solomon has an interesting report at The Hill documenting the special counsel attempting to leverage a Russian oligarch to deliver false testimony for their fabricated case against Donald Trump.  What Solomon outlines is gross prosecutor misconduct.

The basic elements of the construct are described in the first two minutes of this radio interview video.  WATCH/LISTEN:


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165 Responses to John Solomon Outlines More Documented DOJ Corruption by Special Counsel Prosecutor Andrew Weissmann…

  1. Trumpstumper says:

    Mueller? Mueller? Mueller?

    Liked by 7 people

    • RKEESX says:


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      • justlizzyp says:

        When I went back to college there was a young lady who was about a year ahead of me. She was one of those very annoying, alpha Mean Girl types who was the president of the universities Beta Alpha Psi chapter. (Beta is the accounting student’s national honor society type organization) She took a great deal of pleasure in letting EVERYONE know that she’d been offered a job with Andersen after graduation. Less than a year later they were gone. I wasn’t sure if I should feel sorry for her or gloat. I’m not really proud of that, reading it now, but I can’t begin to describe how annoying she was. Think Tracy Flick from the movie Election. The kind of person who regularly screwed over the rest of her group on group projects and kissed up to instructors in super annoying and obvious ways.

        I did feel very sorry for the rest of their employees.

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      • snellvillebob says:

        I’ll bet there are people in prison who really, really don’t like him.

        Liked by 7 people

      • NME666 says:

        weissmann, Rosenberg, finstein, lerner, schumer, Epstein, weiner, axlerod, Schiff, Nadler, saunders, soros, steyer,

        Liked by 10 people

      • 335blues says:

        Weissman is a little mouse who hides behind others and uses the law
        in illegal and immoral ways against unsuspecting Americans.
        Eventually the little mouse will be caught in the trap he lays for others.
        There is some cheese for the little mouse.

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      • Guyski says:

        It is hard to find any info on him via the internet.


        • chipin8511 says:

          And so, the Magnificent Diversion worked as intended.

          Recognizing Liminal Time
          But not all journalists fell for it.

          Patrick Lawrence (once of The Nation, now of Consortium News) was onto the ruse from the start. He says he had “fire in the belly” on the morning of July 25, 2016, the day the Democratic convention began, and that he dashed off an article “in one long, furious exhale” within 12 hours of when the media started really pushing the “the Russians-did-it” narrative. The title of his article, pointed out to me a few months ago by VIPS member Todd Pierce, was “How the DNC fabricated a Russian hacker conspiracy to deflect blame for its email scandal … a disturbing resemblance to Cold War red-baiting.”

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          • chipin8511 says:

            Sad Sequel
            A year later Lawrence was commissioned by The Nation to write an investigative report on the so-called “Russian hack.” On August 9, 2017, after he interviewed several Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity, among others, The Nation published his findings in an article entitled “A New Report Raises Big Questions About Last Year’s DNC Hack.” Lawrence wrote, “Former NSA experts, now members of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS), say it wasn’t a hack at all, but a leak—an inside job by someone with access to the DNC’s system.”

            Again, Lawrence got it right — this time relying less on his own experience and intuition than on applied science as practiced by real technical experts with no axes to grind. But, sadly, that cut across the grain of the acceptable Russia-gate narrative, and a furor erupted among Hillary followers still licking their wounds over her loss. It proved simply too much for them to entertain the notion that Clinton was quite capable, with help from the likes of Mook, to snatch defeat out of the jaws of victory — without any help from Vladimir Putin.

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            • Will Hunt says:

              The analysis of the data transfer speeds done by VIPS would appear rule out the use WAN. I’m sure the DNC can find “experts” who can inject some doubt in this conclusion. That notwithstanding – the failure of the FBI to examine (and maintain chain of custody) the server and related LAN is a bigger problem for these miscreants. It would be akin to taking a pre-employment drug where numerous, unknown people handle your sample before its sent to an uncertified laboratory for analysis.

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        • jeans2nd says:

          Your link returns a ‘Page Not Found.”
          It really is a good idea to link the original piece and the original author, so as not to be accused of plagiarism, (especially when someone else read the original last night).

          The original is at Consortium News, written by VIPS member Ray McGovern.

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    • albertus magnus says:

      He is at home practicing how to avoid answering questions.

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Caius Lowell says:

    Solomon says prosecutor misconduct; CL says standard 0bama procedure…

    Liked by 8 people

  3. The Akh says:

    Can’t wait for Mueller’s testimony. Nadler and Schiff have promised things!

    This is going to be hilarious…someday.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Some old guy says:

      I hear Bobby’s coming down with a dreadful case of bronchitis and fears he can’t make tomorrow’s scheduled testimony. In all seriousness, I cannot but help but believe, at a minimum they’ll reschedule.

      Liked by 2 people

  4. Elric VIII says:

    Attorney General Barr needs to put the squeeze on Weissmann. Weissmann can dish it out, but I’ll bet he can’t take it.

    Liked by 20 people

  5. ilcon says:

    Read this before watching Hannity tonight.

    Liked by 4 people

  6. L4grasshopper says:

    Sounds like a great topic to question Mueller on 🙂


  7. The Akh says:

    A more detailed look from Solomon’s article at The Hill. These agencies need to be completely leveled.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Rebelchick says:

      Good piece but
      Wow the comment section a bunch of lefty loons .
      I need to bleach my eyes after reading that garbage.

      Liked by 2 people

      • The Akh says:

        Yep, it always happens with every Solomon article. They usually say something like, “as soon as I saw it was a Solomon article, I knew I could stop reading”, or “Solomon is Trump supporter with no journalistic integrity”, ect. It’s always the same attacks on Solomon’s character and never about the substance of the article itself.

        I really wonder if those are real people posting, or just sock accounts.

        Liked by 6 people

        • Rebelchick says:

          That is exactly what they were spewing.
          Note to self never read comments at the Hill

          Liked by 3 people

        • G. Alistar says:

          And a bunch of ad hominem attacks without evidence, documentation and facts. Unlike John Solomon who very meticulously presents a logical, fact based article with evidence and veracity. The liberal commenters on “The Hill” are not just immature and weak, they will routinely flag as offensive, any comments which do not fit their political agenda. Must dive them nuts.

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        • Amy2 says:

          His Wikipedia page makes him sound like a conspiracy theorist.


        • mugzey302 says:

          Oiyyyy…Now we’re being trolled by AI!!


        • Truthfilter says:

          It is always the same people who say the same things after every Solomon article. They pile on like a predictable reaction in a mad science lab. I really believe they are paid trolls and or federal employees in DC. Smells like a David Brock operation.

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        • underwhelmingposter says:



      • Justin says:

        The Shill is nothing but low-IQ, low-info articles. John Solomon is a rare exception there as an author/editor.

        Makes me wonder how these people even get along at an organization like that.

        The posters there… well, it’s fun to go there and poke the lemurs sometimes.

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  8. Zorro says:

    America’s most powerful destroyer is the USS Weissmann.

    Liked by 4 people

  9. Meagara says:

    Regarding: Weissman’s move “only” two weeks after Mueller appointment:
    a] Indication that Weissman was “the boss.”

    b] Knew the dossier was bs already.

    I believe even though Strzok may have had doubt about the dossier earlier, many top dolts in the FBI and CIA believed in the dossier until everybody but CNN laughed at it when BuzzFeed released it.

    I think that was a shock to many, that Comey’s movement to “brief” Trump and arrange the release to CNN didn’t get public reaction they thought.

    Steele might have thought same when US Media wouldn’t publish news of “his” dossier and he came to America to push it–naturally since it was first meant to alter the election.

    Media establishments like MSNBC and NYTimes only started to believe in dossier after pols like Rep. Schiff stated the dossier was important for RussiaGate.


    • Meagara says:

      BTW, important fact–Solomon says Weissman said Sater was using a company “Bayrock” to illegally invest in Trump businesses. Any mention in the “Mueller Report?”

      I wager big the Bayrock data came from Glenn Simpson and Fusion GPS–beyond the dossier.

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      I believe even though Strzok may have had doubt about the dossier earlier, many top dolts in the FBI and CIA believed in the dossier until everybody but CNN laughed at it when BuzzFeed released it.

      They NEVER EVER believed it.
      They just thought they could SELL IT and get away with it.

      Just like they NEVER believed Flynn lied or violated the Logan Act.
      Just like they knew PapaD was no Russian agent—they set him up.
      And on and on and on….

      And Weismann soliciting a Ukrainian Oligarch to lie is a perfect example they didn’t.

      BTW: CNN actually did not like when Buzzfeed released it as they felt it detracted from their eventual Pulitzer prize winning scoop.

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      • Meagara says:

        Read their texts–they are that stupid.

        Strzok’s text comment about “not there” is indication he believed the dossier before.

        BTW they may no have seen the Steele memos directly at first–may have been laundered in CIA etc. reports.

        There still is the mystery why the FBI in October tried to pay Steele to “corroborate” the memos they supposed using for months already. Did some like the State Dept. or Obama raise an alarm of doubts about the Steele data?


    • Will Hunt says:

      Whether the “dossier” is true or untrue, bs, fiction,etc. is irrelevant – who cares. Its verification/documentation is the ONLY relevant issue and on that point – nada


  10. Right to reply says:

    Don’t you just hate that these vile, and disgusting people appear to have more power than the elected President?

    Liked by 8 people

  11. Parker Longbaugh says:

    That Wiseman guy sure does exhibit the high standards we are constantly told government employees hold dear to their hearts.


  12. lemontree says:

    Solomon indicates that the question of who is Joseph Mifsud may be answered by tomorrow night.

    Liked by 1 person

  13. RKEESX says:


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    • The Akh says:

      Weissmann may be front and center in this case. But read the Solomon article above. The case against Firtash, that the DOJ and FBI were trying to leverage to get him to compose in Trump investigation, was already falling apart because it too was fabricated by applying extreme pressure to witnesses! It seems the DOJ and FBI simply pressure people to fabricate cases all the time. Makes me wonder why they were really going after Firtash in the first place.

      Kind of helps to explain the arrogance of Trump case. DOJ and FBI are thugs hiding behind the law. Totally insane!

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      • V says:

        Yes. The depth of their depravity is amazing.


        Sundance’s link
        7-22-19 by John Solomon

        “How Mueller deputy Andrew Weissmann’s offer to an oligarch could boomerang on DOJ”


        “Firtash’s lawyers also offered the Austrian court evidence of alleged prosecutorial wrongdoing.

        A key document submitted to Austrian authorities to support Firtash’s extradition was portrayed by DOJ as having come from Firtash’s corporate files and purported to show he sanctioned a bribery scheme in India. In fact, the document was created by the McKinsey consulting firm as part of a hypothetical ethics presentation for the Boeing Co. and had no connection to Firtash’s firm.

        Moreover, McKinsey claims in an official statement that it had no knowledge of a bribery scheme by Firtash, and the PowerPoint’s use of the phrase “bribery payments” never came from Firtash or his company and were, instead, hypothetical “assumptions by McKinsey about standard business practices in India,” according to the new Austrian court filing.

        Firtash’s U.S. legal team told me it alerted Weissmann to DOJ’s false portrayal of the McKinsey document in 2017, but he downplayed the concerns and refused to alert the Austrian court. The document was never withdrawn as evidence, even after the New York Times published a story last December questioning its validity

        “Submitting a false and misleading document to a foreign sovereign and its courts for an extradition decision is not only unethical but also flouts the comity of trust necessary for that process where judicial systems rely only on documents to make that decision,” Firtash’s American legal team wrote in a statement to me. “DOJ’s refusal to rescind the document after being specifically told it is false and misleading is an egregious violation of U.S. and international law.” ”


        An interesting connection is that the Boeing Co.’s law firm is PERKINS COIE. The Boeing Co. practically gave the firm its start in 1912 when Boeing was a fledgeling company and as it grew, Perkins Coie flourished.

        Perkins Coie:

        1912 – founded by Donworth & Todd in Seattle. An early client was Boeing.
        1919 – became Donworth, Todd and Higgins
        1930 – became Todd, Holman and Sprague
        1931 – DeForrest Perkins joined as an associate
        1942 – J. Paul Coie joined the firm
        ——— more name changes not named in article
        1969 – became Perkins, Coie, Stone, Olsen and Williams
        1985 – became Perkins Coie.
        By the time of this name change, both Perkins and Coie had retired.
        Various mergers and expansion followed.


        So, was it Perkins Coie who subcontracted the McKinsey consulting firm for their client Boeing? McKinsey then creates a hypothetical document. Which was then used by the DOJ as false evidence against Firtash. Which then led to Weissmann and the Mueller group attempting to coerce/bribe Firtash to give false testimony against Pres. Trump.

        Same pattern as Perkins Coie – Fusion GPS and Crowdstrike – DOJ – Mueller team.

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        • V says:

          Another incident of Perkins Coie giving FBI/DOJ fabricated evidence against candidate Trump in 2016:

          1-22-19 by John Solomon


          Was it the fabricated DNS logs which attempted to implicate a “Trump Organization server” with Russian Alfa Bank ? The fabrication took place in July 2016. The “Alpha” bank lie was then reported in the Steele Dossier on 14 Sept. 2016. Five days later Sussmann meets Baker.

          Article quotes Baker: “[Sussmann] told me he had cyber experts that had obtained some information that they thought they should get into the hands of the FBI,” Baker testified.

          YES, IT WAS:


          3-28-19 by Jeff Carlson (who has extensive Time Lines and Who’s Who and Spygate research at his site ) (Jeff Carlson may not know of the fabrication – forgery – of the DNS logs yet.)


          “Sussman, who sought out the meeting, presented Baker with documents that Baker described as “a stack of material I don’t know maybe a quarter inch half inch thick something like that clipped together, and then I believe there was some type of electronic media, as well, a disk or something.”

          The information that Sussmann gave to Baker was related to what Baker described as “a surreptitious channel of communications” between the Trump Organization and “a Russian organization associated with the Russian Government.”

          Baker was describing alleged communications between Alfa Bank and a server in the Trump Tower. The allegations, which were investigated by the FBI and proven to be false, were widely covered in the media.”

          Short time line re Alfa Bank fabrication, chains of custody and its uses to attack Trump:

          __ July 2016 – Fabrication of DNS logs
          30 July 2016 – Bruce and Nellie Ohr meet with Christopher Steele in the US
          14 Sept 2016 – “Alpha” page in Steele Dossier – first mention on this date
          19 Sept 2016 – Sussmann thumbdrive handover to FBI’s Baker- confirmed as containing the Alfa Bank data.
          __ Sept or later 2016 – Nellie Ohr gave Bruce Ohr a “memory stick” aka thumbdrive for the FBI. Unknown what it contained.
          11 Oct 2016 – Kavalec of State Dept. meets with Christopher Steele and his Orbis employeeTatyana Duran
          13 Oct 2016 – Kavalec sends to FBI Stephen Laycock an attachment from Steele re Alfa Bank.
          21 Oct 2016 – Judge Collyer approved FISA warrant application on Carter Page
          31 Oct 2016 – Slate article about Alfa Bank-Trump, tweeted out by Hillary Clinton
          31 Oct 2016 – Other MSM run with the story, too. Simpson of Fusion GPS pushing it.
          7 Nov 2016 – Louise Mensch reports Alfa Bank data used for FISA application
          __ Dec 2016 – Glenn Simpson of Fusion GPS pushing Bruce Ohr about the validity of Alfa Bank allegation
          _____ 2016 – (Same meeting?) Simpson gave a thumbdrive to Bruce Ohr for the FBI. Unknown what it contained.

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  14. madeline says:

    The president had a lot of power he just refuses to use it. Redact already.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. rustybritches says:

    How can Shift and Nadler go out there and tell one lie after another and say things about him that are no where in the report How can anyone believe anything these two rat people
    say now or in the future I just wish that AG Barr would do something and I wish that the SC would get involved in this too shame on all those people who have to know there is no truth to any of what these people are saying but yet they wont stand up for this president and tell congress there has been enough and that’s enough


  16. icthematrix says:

    Do not expect our side to get anything from the mule. The justice department has instructed Muller to go nowhere outside the document itself. They specifically advised he cannot discuss methods, decisions of how they developed their investigation, EVERYTHING we want him to have to testify on is OFF LIMITS. Screwed again by the DOJ.

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    • Arrest Soros says:

      The fact that the DOJ feels the need to tell a career DOJ FBI employee of the highest office to NOT go outside of his report tells us that the DOJ doesn’t trust Mueller not to be biased and not to have an agenda.
      The question is what is the DOJ going to do about an untrustworthy guy and how are they going to do it. (i.e. will they expose and prosecute or sweep and cover up)

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      • Leaving says:

        I posted this in the general thread just now when the thought was prompted reading another comment:

        Could all this Weissmann news along with the DOJ letter be Mueller’s chance to “eject” from the “plane” by throwing Weissmann under the bus?

        “Frankly, I can’t answer your question because Weissmann was responsible for that.”

        (One can dream, right)


  17. ozymandiasssss says:

    I will say, at least the tick tocks, though meaningless, are mostly from our side now. Tick tock, tick tock…Schiff saying Horowitz’s report is tainted is a tell, though. I think it’s done.

    Liked by 1 person

    • chickenhawk says:

      schiffless seems awful invested in these investigations. makes me wonder what nasty business ole schiffless has been up to….

      Liked by 1 person

      • Rhoda R says:

        And who has been leaking IG stuff to him.


      • TheLastDemocrat says:

        He is just a spokesmodel. Like the rest of them. The string pullers figure out who is the best “face” on some issue, and they then ask / recruit, and the fingered rep goes along. If he or she knows what is good for him or her.

        I am just glad Schumer’s done pulling.

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  18. MaineCoon says:

    Do we have enough evidence to indict yet, Mr. Barr?

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    • billinlv says:

      AG Barr responds: (barely audible chuckle) well, you see, this is all very complicated and my team and I are working 24/7 to unravel and get to the bottom of all this troubling behavior. We are convinced that we are dealing with well meaning, if over zealous, patriots just trying to do the right thing for our country. We estimate that it will take quite a long time to sift through all the evidence and to interview all the officials. We will make all our findings public as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience and the confidence and trust you place in me and in our president. With apologies, I must now run to meet my good friend Bob Mueller and his lovely wife and Mr. and Mrs. Sessions as well for cocktails and dinner at our summer house in the Hamptons. Mr. Jeffrey Epstein has graciously offered his airplane and pilots to fly us to Long Island. Thank you all very much.

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  19. The Gipper Lives says:

    1. Weissman (with Strzok,, Page, McCabe, etc.) hired Mueller. Mueller didn’t hire them.

    2. Weissman was getting briefings from Bruce Ohr before the Mueller Fraud even started, As head of Fraud, he had zero business in receiving counter-intelligence briefings on political campaigns. He was just another Coup-Plotter, assigned to “investigate” (frame) his victim.

    3. This is not “gross misconduct”. It is witness tampering, suborning perjury and obstruction of justice in the service of sedition.

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  20. Skippy says:

    In this interview w Soloman and Hannity, I have more respect for both than before. it’s like it is honed in. My thanks to both of these men.

    Liked by 4 people

    • G. Alistar says:

      Yep, while no one is perfect and Hannity’s interruptions just drive me nuts, Shawn reaches a huge multimillion person audience every single night. Still, you would think he would calm his enthusiasm and let his brilliant guests make the point. IMHO

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  21. Bryan Alexander says:

    Mr Mueller, were you prevented from interviewing and questioning any witness, other than the President, during this investigation, and were you barred or prevented from getting any documents or records?

    That one question ends the hearing.

    Liked by 3 people

    • nimrodman says:

      Mueller can just honestly answer “No”, because he didn’t seek any of those things

      Why would he ask for those? He might learn things he didn’t want to know

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  22. In the last week alone we have had some major corruption bombs explode on the perpetrators of the treasonous hoax, such that they should have been knocked out permanently. Prior to that, for the past 2+ years, Sundance has done an astounding job of exposing and documenting the wrongdoing that’s been done by the entire Weissman/Comey/ Mueller/Clapper/Spygate team of thugs and their colleagues.

    There are many of us at the Tree House who are hoping and praying that someone on President Trump’s Team, (including Barr) is reading Sundance’s articles and that they will have some effect.

    I am dismayed however, that Barr does not seem to be allowing or encouraging transparency and openness when it comes to revealing what’s in the documents that have been redacted, including the court papers that have been mentioned recently. At this point, I don’t know what to think.

    I tend to agree with John Solomon, that Mueller will be a dud and won’t answer the questions except to refer to his FU report.

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    • Yy4u says:

      Here is how I look at Barr’s dilemma.

      The U.S. gov is like a family to him

      He is like an honest family member who has found out grandpa robs banks and has shot a couple of guards and all his uncles and aunts know it

      The family is prominent and the family name will be bewitched if the town finds out Grandpa is a bank robber. Nobody will trust the family $$$$ didn’t come from robbing banks. They will be kicked out of the country club. They will lose the family business

      . But robbing banks is wrong and Grandpa has to stop.

      What to do?

      How to get Grandpa to quit robbing banks without destroying the family’s reputation and Grandpa’s going to jail.

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    • dallasdan says:

      I don’t think it is coincidental that virtually all of the factual revelations documenting criminal behavior by the FBI and DOJ have come from sources outside those entities. Is it possible that the sheer volume, weight, and publicity of the damning evidence will be sufficient to collapse the corrupted infrastructure and leadership of the organizations?

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      • dallasdan-they are definitely not self-policing and it seems that no matter how many crimes they commit, they are bullet proof, at least for now.

        As others here have pointed out, we don’t know what our President Trump has in mind. He knows everything we do (H/T Sundance) and then some.
        He is not yet calling the Deplorables to action, not even asking them to come to his rallies. But we will be there when the time comes.

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    • TrumpPatriot says:

      These folks are master plotters. They have spent a lot of time coaching Mueller for this testimony. To what purpose. To deflect, neutralize, and delay answers to the questions regarding the corruption, and let the commie-socialists make their lying statements which will sound like reality to the uniformed and give the media their talking points, while the real patriots will struggle to accomplish much of anything. Otherwise, there would be no testimony by Mueller. Staged opposition.

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  23. covfefe999 says:

    I’m so glad Barr is AG. I think the biggest thing forcing Mueller to behave properly is Barr. If Rosenstein were still in charge Mueller would probably be giving daily press conferences and he’d be a paid pundit on CNN.

    I can hadly believe Nadler arranged for this hearing. It’s not going to help the Dems, it’s going to hurt them. Mueller will be a dud. Even better, the GOP will have a chance to ask some tough questions. Listen carefully to their questions, I think just like prior hearings the GOP will reveal some juicy details that were not known to us prior.

    I wish I could take the day off from work, dang it. 🙂 i feel a cough comin’ on.

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    • nimrodman says:

      “GOP will have a chance to ask some tough questions. Listen carefully to their questions …

      Good point

      If Mueller stonewalls with “I cannot answer because it’s beyond the limits of my report”

      … then GOP can take a page from the Dems’ playbook and precede every question with long-winded soliloquies and treatises loaded with all sorts of damning details GOP wants to get out in the public square

      … such as recent reporting on Seth Rich, implying NO “russian hack of DNC”, and alleged awareness and withholding (cover-up) of that by McCabe

      … and Mueller refusing to answer will speak for itself

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    • mopar2016 says:

      I’d like to see Jim Jordan interrogate Mueller, Jordan doesn’t pull any punches.
      Then I’d like to see Jordan wrestle Mueller to the ground and choke him till he taps out.
      I think that Mueller is intimidated by Jordan, and rightly so. Mueller has ruined the lives of good people in the past, it’s time for him to be exposed as the fraud that he is IMO.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Mueller seems like someone who may have had a drinking problem. Something is not right – he barely holds it together under JJ’s questioning. The people who are protecting him aren’t going to let this happen to him again.

        Either he won’t show now that his friend Bill Barr has told him it’s ok, or else he will refuse to answer questions and refer back to the report.

        I can’t believe I saw an actual bumper sticker on a car in front of me that said “in Mueller we trust.”


  24. Bubby says:

    Icthematrix I agree. I wouldn’t be surprised if Mueller has all his answers for Democrats fully rehearsed, vetted and approved by the deep state. Republican questions will of course be considered by him to be outside the report and he will decline based upon the DOJ advice you mention! My guess is no one in high enough authority at the DOJ will be there in to overrule his non answers! It’s called a deep state game plan! They’ve had 90 days ton prepare for it. Hope and pray I’m wrong. Godspeed President Trump!

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    • underwhelmingposter says:

      Bubby is correct. The two Chairs of the Committees will gavel the Repubs to death, citing questions outside of the subject of the inquiry. Only the carefully orchestrated Dem questions will be considered as within the intended scope.

      However, very direct questions, that when published or aired, will be shown to be pertinent to the development to the Report, a non-answer will be as good as a lame answer. Policy and structure questions not dealing with the report will be asked, but not answered.

      These include the selection of the Attorneys, the decision to not verify the issues surrounding the Dossier, the exculpatory evidence that also was kept out of the report. Since the report only concentrated on the negative, all other questioning most likely will be gaveled as “out of order”!


  25. Kleen says:

    Weissmann is a dangerous criminal. Rotten filth.

    Very tyrannical, totalitarian. Dangerous. Scary monster.

    Liked by 4 people

  26. Pete says:

    Again we like to talk about these Special Counsel corruption but no one is being indicted. Why is that?

    Liked by 1 person

  27. Kleen says:

    I hope this case is categorized as coup attempt, treason and the punishment appropriate for treason and attempted overthrow of government.

    Liked by 2 people

  28. SKIDROE says:

    Many people have mentioned in the last 3 years how the Left will do ANYTHING to get what they want. I still believe that Jeff Sessions started out meaning well but I also believe they blackmailed him early by threatening his grandkids. No proof just thought this from the beginning.

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  29. JoeMeek says:

    Elizabeth Warren – 1 / 1,024th American Indian

    Robert Mueller – < 1, 1,024th Man of Integrity (less than a warren of integrity)

    Liked by 6 people

    • G. Alistar says:

      Ha, ha. Or in digital lingo, LoL. Funny.


    • underwhelmingposter says:

      My family and I did the 23 and me, and Ancestry tests . Both hit Denmark as a possible “came from” location. True. My Grandparents immigrated from Denmark and Scotland. But it also showed I had less than 1% native American in my DNA. Wow! Where did that come from? Unless a native American went to Denmark or Scotland in the late 1800’s, we have no idea.
      Perhaps it is the same source as Warren’s. It would take 8 generation to get to 1/1024. And that one would have to have been a 100% Native American and an immigrant from ?. Then from there on, there would not have been able to be any other Native American interaction. Otherwise the % would be much higher. So conceivably it could have happened around the Civil War (by 20 years per generation) if the ancestors were in the US of A at that time.


      • Rhoda R says:



      • The TNPatriot says:

        You misunderstood the Warren Report. Her “native American” DNA came from South America! They did not have any North American DNA to compare. So she is 1/1024th South American! Not Cherokee, not Apache, not Iroquois, But maybe Mayan.


  30. SKIDROE says:

    Weismann strikes me as being a twerpy little kid in school that everyone bullied. When he finally became a lawyer he got to big for his britches.


  31. WSB says:

    Sarah Carter reporting on Hannity just now that Grassley is demanding info from Nat Assessment to provide accounting of payments made to Stephen Halper by the DoD. He is asking the IG about contract accounting that is missing.

    Also other contracts in dispute. Papadoupolis’ snag money may have originated from the DoD.

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  32. cliffaheadwolvesbehind says:

    Sundance, thank you for this site.
    Question, is this leading to any accountability in the near future or are you exposing it for future generations to eventually investigate the truth?
    We, who are devoted to this site are so educated and now aware of the gross levels of corruption, and again, so grateful to know the truth, thank you, but it appears there is no follow up by anyone to bring justice. Sometimes, I’m a day ahead of when others report the story because of CTH. Lol
    Nevertheless, it is difficult to not see even one of these criminals held accountable. Whatever happens, we are better for having been exposed to the truth.
    God bless you and your wonderful wife, Menagerie.

    Liked by 4 people

    • lotbusyexec says:

      Could not have expressed my thoughts better – thank you cliffaheadwolvesbehind. On a side note, all I see is you hiding behind a bush or rock and all the wolves behaving like lemmings and doing what they do best 😉 Glad you are hiding 🙂


    • romy911 says:

      We must be making some progress. CTH readers are now “a day ahead of when others report.” We used to be weeks, months & years ahead. On some aspects of the coup, we still are months, weeks & years ahead.


  33. We the people know says:

    Since when is the dirty, rotten dossier Russian dis-information?
    Why does Sean keep blaming the Russians when the evidence doesn’t point in that direction?

    Sean is always blaming the Russians for what Hillary did, what the DNC did, what Steel did, what Fusion GPS did, what Perkins Cuie did, what Nellie Ohr did, what Bruce Ohr did, what Sidney Blumenthal did, what the FBI did, what the FISA court did, what Comey did, what McCain did, what Harry Reid did.

    How does it add up to Russian dis-information?


  34. yonason says:

    Now that was a good Hannity interview. The difference between media imposed formats of radio and TV, I guess.

    Liked by 1 person

  35. warspite2 says:

    I’m thinking Mueller’s letter to the DOJ and the recent response gives Bob M. enough ammo to cancel. NadSchiff can blame it on that thug Bill Barr doing Trump’s bidding. This would likely work out better for NadSchiff than Mueller actually testifying. Look for a new narrative along these lines on the AM of 7/23.

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  36. Kleen says:

    Yeah… just a few bad apples at the too, riiiiiiiight!

    The whole system is corrupt. These agencies are beyond repair. They need to be dismantled. Fire everyone and then after extreme vetting, hire back a few who pass the vetting. Establish a new agency with oversight and accountability.


  37. Sherri Young says:

    Let’s wait and see how this directive from the DOJ for Mueller to confine his remarks to the four corners of the report.

    I have my own suspicions that those expensive lawfare attorneys that shifted over from the SC to the House Dimms may have been busy writing questions with preambles to prompt Mueller down a path that would stop a millimeter short of enumerating faux grounds for impeachment. Those lawfare guys are there for a purpose. Let’s hope the directive will cause them great frustration and disappointment.

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  38. Zorro says:

    Testimony must remain within the boundaries of the report. Within those boundaries are falsehoods and innuendo that feed the narratives of the coupsters. It’s going to be a frustrating day.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Kleen says:

      Me thinks this bombshell that Solomon just dropped will derail their plan no matter how well planned it was.

      Republicans need to focus on Weissmann’s involvement, because he is finished!

      This report was not written by Muller, this investigation was led by Weissmann.

      Weissmann is going down. Muller is having to defend his fraud.

      Imagine if you had to defend a fraudulent report written by a crook who is being exposed by an international court? I would bail… I wouldn’t touch that.

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  39. Kleen says:

    Sounds like there’s a plan being played out by our side.

    Squeeze Weissmann’s balls. He is scheduled to testify behind closed doors also. Without transcript.

    By getting the lead guy Weissmann, It puts rotten Muller on defense. This was Weissmann’s report not Muller’s

    This info drop was strategic. By Solomom’s sources.

    Tomorrow we are supposed to find out about Mifsud. Another strategic drop?

    Will Muller cancel? Will Weissmann?

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  40. Kleen says:

    Weissmann being exposed right before Muller has to answer questions about the Weissmann’s report. I hope to see them throwing each other under the bus.

    This news drop was dropped intentionally at this time. Solomon mentioned reviewing the docs and talking about it with others days ago. He was holding on to it.

    Sounds like more is coming out tomorrow. Specifically about Mifsud.

    Too bad Barr is not the hero. A reporter is.

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  41. dallasdan says:

    DOJ gave cover to Mueller by emphatically instructing him not to stray from what has been published. IOW, don’t go outside the boundaries should Repubs’ questions seek to take you there, or make any statements/admissions that are not explicitly expressed in the report. The letter was delivered to Mueller today; like a pre-game chalk talk.

    “The Justice Department Monday warned former special counsel Robert Mueller that his upcoming congressional testimony should not stray from the written conclusions outlined in the 448-page final report of the two-year investigation into Russian election interference.

    Any testimony must remain within the boundaries of your public report…

    Specifically, that the information you discuss during testimony appears in, and does not go beyond, the public versions of your March 22, 2019 (final) report to the attorney general or your May 29 public statement,” Weinsheimer (Asst. Deputy AG) said.”

    Mueller should sail through the hearing untouched, and cast no shade on anyone else.

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    • Kleen says:

      Weissmann is also supposed to testify soon.
      This report by Solomon exposed him as a total fraud.

      He is the author of the “ Muller Report “


    • Kleen says:

      Stick by the Report written by Weissmann, when Weissmann was just exposed as a huge fraud with docs to prove it.

      It sucks to be Muller, he has to defend the fraud publicly. His name his beloved reputation all on the line.
      He should back out. (we know he is a dangerous criminal but the left doesn’t)

      Weissmann is going down. International court in Austria involved . International fraud being exposed …

      Smart ones will claim they never met Weissmann

      Who? I don’t know him.

      Liked by 1 person

  42. PVCDroid says:

    This and other stories of misconduct should grease the wheels for a Manafort pardon or commutation. That man has been treating horribly.

    Liked by 1 person

  43. Kleen says:

    So basically Weissmann presented false information to an international court.

    “But now, as Firtash escalates his fight to avoid extradition, the Weissmann overture is being offered to an Austrian court as potential defense evidence that the DOJ’s prosecution is flawed by bogus evidence and political motivations.

    In a sealed court filing in Austria earlier this month, Firtash’s legal team compared the DOJ’s 13-year investigation of Firtash to the medieval inquisitions. It cited Weissmann’s overture as evidence of political motivation, saying the prosecutor dangled the “possible cessation of separate criminal proceedings against the applicant if he were prepared to exchange sufficiently incriminating statements for wide-ranging comprehensively political subject areas which included the U.S. President himself as well as the Russian President Vladimir Putin.”

    That new court filing asserts that two key witnesses, cited by the DOJ in its extradition request as affirming the bribery allegations against Firtash, since have recanted, claiming the FBI grossly misquoted them and pressured them to sign their statements. One witness claims his 2012 statement to the FBI was “prewritten by the U.S. authorities” and contains “relevant inaccuracies in substance,” including that he never used the terms “bribery or bribe payments” as DOJ claimed, according to the Austrian court filing.

    That witness also claimed he only signed the 2012 statement because the FBI “exercised undue pressure on him,” including threats to seize his passport and keep him from returning home to India, the memo alleges. That witness recanted his statements the same summer as Weissmann’s overture to Firtash’s team.

    Firtash’s lawyers also offered the Austrian court evidence of alleged prosecutorial wrongdoing.

    A key document submitted to Austrian authorities to support Firtash’s extradition was portrayed by DOJ as having come from Firtash’s corporate files and purported to show he sanctioned a bribery scheme in India. In fact, the document was created by the McKinsey consulting firm as part of a hypothetical ethics presentation for the Boeing Co. and had no connection to Firtash’s firm.

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  44. Guyski says:

    Weissmann is reckless in his professional life, so he is reckless in his private life. What could it be? It is difficult to find info on his personal life. Perhaps we will soon find out.


  45. Midnite says:

    After Mueller’s subpoena he writes a letter to the DOJ asking for guidance on how to handle questions about his report and the DOJ comes back with “stay within the bounds of the report”. From my perspective there’s several ways to look at Barr’s intent with this response.
    A) AG Barr is providing cover for Mueller and he won’t answer questions citing this directive.
    This option works best for the Dems as they can have Mueller read from the report and use those sound bites for their impeachment dreams and could block the Pubs from getting answers to any real questions they might have.
    B) Barr has given Mueller a direct order and if Mueller disobeys that order he places himself in legal jeopardy. This could effectively hamstring the Dems line of questioning in the hopes that they can get Mueller to stray outside the report because he’s been warned not to do so.
    C) Barr understands how badly the report is written and this directive forces Mueller to own it lock stock and two smoking barrels. Barr could be saying to Mueller “you wrote it, now you own it”.
    If I were a smart lawyerly Republican able to ask questions I’d treat Mueller as a hostile witness on the stand and lead him down the path of establishing his own guilt.
    1) Q: Is it true Mr Mueller that on page so and so of your report you state as a fact that Person1, Company A is working directly for the Russian/Ukrainian/Turkish government. A” Yes.
    2) Q: Did you ever establish with evidence any direct connection, financial or otherwise, between Person1, Company A and the Russian/Ukrainian/Turkish government? A: No
    3) Q: Did you ever file charges against Person 1 or Company A or accuse them of misconduct in their relations with Russia, Ukraine, Turkey? A” Yes.
    So, let me get this straight you knowingly and willfully violated US code such and such, is that right Mr Mueller? A: Uh


  46. Cocoon says:

    We are seeing, over and over again, the Mueller/Weissman team would use their powers to make folks compose and not just sing as Dershowitz very early on warned.
    Corsi may be the best example where he refused to sign a confession which would have been a lie. Mueller didn’t prosecute.
    In Cohen, they had him plead guilty to a election finance law (which didn’t happen) to lower his tax evasion time in jail.
    In Flynn case, they wanted Flynn to knowingly lie to bring false charges against his business partner. Flynn, under new attorney, would not admit he knowingly made misrepresentations on FARA application. These charges against his business partner brought by Mueller team are very weak now as the Judge has stated the prosecution team has not provided evidence the Turkish government was involved.
    Lastly, in the Russian troll farm case, the Judge has stated the prosecutors have not presented evidence the Russian government was involved.
    And the charges Mueller brought, never before charged and not associated with and legal statute, will be hard to prove in Court.
    Sydney Powell was apparently on to something in her book.

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    • Midnite says:

      And that my friend is why I would go after his teams misconduct in relation to the charges they filed in their various cases as well as the evidence they’re been able to produce in court. Using news reports is not hard evidence, using innuendo and not facts is malfeasance, bringing charges based on either should be highlighted by the Pubs. Make Mueller own the whole damn thing, one lie at a time and expose him for the fraud that he is.

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