Report: James Comey Had Designated FBI Spy in White House…

Paul Sperry has an interesting article today citing anonymous sources in/around the Inspector General Michael Horowitz investigation.  Much of the information within the report is confirmation of prior research.  However, the citations of FBI James Comey implanting an FBI operative into the White House is very specific:

Real Clear Investigations – At the same time Comey was personally scrutinizing the president during meetings in the White House and phone conversations from the FBI, he had an agent inside the White House working on the Russia investigation, where he reported back to FBI headquarters about Trump and his aides, according to officials familiar with the matter.

The agent, Anthony Ferrante, who specialized in cyber crime, left the White House around the same time Comey was fired and soon joined a security consulting firm, where he contracted with BuzzFeed to lead the news site’s efforts to verify the Steele dossier, in connection with a defamation lawsuit.

Knowledgeable sources inside the Trump White House say Comey carved out an extraordinary new position for Ferrante, which allowed him to remain on reserve status at the FBI while working in the White House as a cybersecurity adviser. (keep reading)

Part of this is predictable (the overall scheme), and part of this is directly connected to the outrage trap (the justification).  Lots of people fall into the outrage trap.

If the DOJ and the FBI genuinely believed Donald Trump was a hostile agent of a foreign government, their proclaimed justification for their by the book endeavors; and if the DOJ/FBI actually had reasonable evidence to support that investigative position; then everything FBI Director James Comey is now accused of doing would be justified.

The key words are “reasonable” and “justifiable”.

As we have discussed before,… generating public outrage over the investigative outcomes is a favored chaff-and-countermeasure approach by DC politicians and swamp protectors.  See Benghazi, Fast-n-Furious, IRS targeting, etc.

You’ll note the origination stories/motives behind each aforementioned corrupt activities remained out of the public discussion, while all outrage was focused on the ‘outcome’.

In 2013 everyone wanted to talk about the Benghazi compound attack, but no-one wanted to ask about why the State Department and CIA were there in the first place.

In 2014 everyone was willing to talk about the IRS refusing tax-exempt status for conservative political groups, but no-one wanted to talk about why the DOJ originally requested CD-ROM’s from the IRS “Schedule-B’s”. etc.

In 2019 the FBI and DOJ would love to talk about planting bugs in the Trump White House; putting FBI assets in/around the Trump oval office; and being forced to lie to President-elect Trump etc, because all of that type of activity only highlights the FBI’s diligence and magnanimity given the risk of having a Russian agent as President of The United States.

That’s their justification position, and it makes for splendidly good DC media coverage and pundit pearl clutching.  Oh those poor souls in the DOJ/FBI trying earnestly to protect our country…. well, you know the routine.

What they don’t want to discuss is the origin…. or the evidence to support their predicate position(s).   That’s where the weaponization of the intelligence apparatus is located.

That origination aspect is what the DOJ and FBI do not want to talk about.

As a result, when it comes to the James Comey aspect, we need to start by demanding the declassification of the Comey memos; and the release of the Archey declarations that describe the Comey memos.

Mueller’s lead FBI agent David Archey wrote a series of declarations to the DC court describing the content of the memos and arguing why they should be kept classified.

On July 5th (around 3 weeks ago) the U.S. Department of Justice -under Attorney General Bill Barr- while waiting until the last minute (28 days since prior ruling), filed a motion [full pdf below] to block the release of the Archey Declarations, despite a June 7th court order demanding their release.

Again, if transparency in conduct of the DOJ and FBI during 2016 is the expressed goal of Attorney General Bill Barr, then his current department fighting to keep descriptions of FBI memorandum hidden from public review runs exactly counter to that intent.

This DOJ activity does not bode well for a narrative of Bill Barr is an honest broker.  This is an example of how to cover-up material that is damaging to the institution.

To be fair, Attorney General Bill Barr may not be aware the United States Department of Justice Civil Division, Federal Programs Branch, is fighting this court ordered release.

However, the DOJ Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Division is Jody Hunt.  That name might be familiar to you because Jody Hunt was Jeff Sessions former chief-of-staff.

Asst. AG Jody Hunt most certainly knows his office is fighting to keep the FBI descriptions of the Comey memos hidden from the public.  Despite the original FOIA lawsuit coming from CNN -vs- DOJ, there is no-one covering this story.   Here is the July 5th DOJ filing.

Here’s the background on the June 7th, 2019, ruling as we shared at the time:

Judge Boasberg was deciding what could be publicly released, meaning current redactions removed, based on two connected events: (#1) The content of the Comey Memos; and (#2) the declarations of lead FBI agent for Robert Mueller’s special counsel, David Archey, in describing those memos.  CNN had filed a lawsuit to gain full access.

[Note: the descriptions of the Comey memos by FBI agent David Archey are known as the “Archey Declarations” – Read Here.]

For those who may not be aware, there are so many memos (dozens) when assembled they seem to make up an actual diary of moment-by-moment events, during the FBI investigation of Donald Trump, as documented by FBI Director James Comey.

♦ In the issue of the redactions within the Comey Memos, the judge doesn’t remove them. Some are ordered to be removed, some are approved to stay in place.  The Comey memo aspect, and the redaction decision, is basically a splitting of the baby 50/50.  It will be interesting, but meh, maybe not too much detail. – CNN ARTICLE

(Pdf Link)

The issues argued by the FBI lawyers to keep the Comey memos hidden surround sources and methods.  The judge generally agreed to the potential for compromise, but also outlined several sections of redactions within the Comey memos where that argument doesn’t hold up.  [The judge has read the fully unredacted memo content.]

♦ However, on the issue of the Archey Declarations there’s an opportunity for some very interesting information to surface. Here’s an example of currently existing redactions within the Archey Declarations:

And stunningly, yes, STUNNINGLY, Judge Boasberg has ordered the Archey declarations to be fully released to the public WITHOUT REDACTIONS. See pages 34 and 35 of the ruling.

That means all those black boxes in the example above would have been removed and CNN would have been allowed to see the fully unredacted content of the declarations by FBI Agent David Archey.

That was until the DOJ stepped in on July 9th and requested to have the June 7th, ruling modified/changed.

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290 Responses to Report: James Comey Had Designated FBI Spy in White House…

  1. SD, right on top of things. I just read the story and returned here to post it. Thanks for all you do to expose what was previously hidden.

    Liked by 18 people

  2. lawton says:

    I wonder when Judge Boasberg will reply back to the DOJ on that Archey declaration? Its been over 2 weeks already.

    I am still holding out hope Barr will have Durham start dragging these crooks in front of a grand jury once the IG report is released.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Matthew LeBlanc says:

      Abandon all hope, ye who enter here

      Liked by 4 people

    • chipin8511 says:

      I have lost most all hope truthleaks has done a deep dive Barr and Mueller fathers were best friends and Barr and Mueller are best friends I smell another cover-up..IG report is where the truth goes to die cover-up.. Remember they are all friends Rottenstien Muller Horowitz Comey Barr.They are just trying to find a way to get some low levels players taken down..Barr could be a hero but I doubt it.Mueller is as rotten as they come Whitey Bulgar Anthrax HSBC 9/11 Uranium One Epstein cover-ups.. I pray I am wrong.Until you get a DOJ who is not a connected DC rat you will get nothing. Comey is one rotten bastard I hope they hang him by the neck… Brennan Clapper stoned in a court yard. HRC dump a gallon of vodka down her throat let her puke to D***h


    • CommodoreBTC says:

      if we are lucky there might be indictments, but no chance of any convictions

      no member of The Resistance will ever be convicted by a DC jury, no matter the evidence


      • Rhoda R says:

        I agree with you but can’t ‘like’ the statement. Barr has to have his ducks marching in a perfect line, the ‘i’s’ all have to be dotted with precision and the ‘t’s’ crossed with exactitude to have even the slimmest chance of a conviction. One reason, I think, why he is proceeding slowly. And, since conviction is not likely, one reason why timing the release of information and indictments needs to be according to political needs rather than our desire for revenge.


  3. I did not expect barr to do anything but protect the Institution, but I hoped and prayed for sure.

    Twenty three weeks later , one bagpipe serenaded, and pics of him yucking it up with the usual suspects…..

    I still hope and pray …..for us and America.

    Liked by 18 people

    • chipin8511 says:

      Our only hope is Epstein both sides tied to pedophilia and satanic rituals .No one will accpet that all the other stuff is political.Sessions started this..

      Liked by 2 people

    • Matthew LeBlanc says:

      Barr’s actions so far that we can be certain of:

      1) used the word spy in public
      2) went to Alaska
      3) played bag pipes

      Liked by 1 person

      • Amy2 says:

        1. Backed the president on border law interpretation
        2. Told Mueller to stick to his report during his testimony
        3. I love bagpipes. My high school band was The Scottish Highlanders so I’m probably
        a little biased….

        Liked by 1 person

        • livefreeordieguy says:

          I am not optimistic and have been worried from the outset that Barr is just a higher life-form of swamp creature, committed to preserving ‘The Institutions’ in a ‘noble-looking’ way. However, in fairness, I would add to your list, Amy — and likely in the #1 slot: Made Mueller wrap up his investigation and issue his damn report.

          I think it’s reasonable to think that, left to his own devices, Mueller would have ‘made the flavor last’ on his ‘investigation’ right up to, if not through, the 2020 election. Things concluded rather quickly once Barr was confirmed. I may be wrong, but I don’t think it was a coincidence.

          And, like you, I love the bagpipes.

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    • Jederman says:

      There is no longer any “institution” to protect. Who are they trying to kid? Seriously. Are we now at a point in this country where the FBI/DoJ is content to have (as long as things go their way) credibility only among the Leftys?

      Half the country believes they’re corrupt. I do not believe they’re protecting the “institution” they’re protecting the perps, all the heavy breathers, all the way to the top of all the “institutions” involved.

      At least a generation, maybe two if we parents do our jobs, will never accept the legitimacy of these “institutions” until they re-earn our trust. There is only one way to do that.


      • margarite1 says:

        What do they care if we don’t like it….nothing will be done and it will eventually blow over.

        Our government is rotten. If anyone heard Levin this afternoon you know he thinks we’re going down due to the insane spending. I suppose everyone in DC is just trying to get theirs before they bail out and retire in France or something.

        So many Americans are too distracted, too selfish, too corrupted or too brainwashed to be outraged at what our government is up to.


  4. Pa Hermit says:

    Dan Bongino covered some of this earlier today. Goes to show, with this info too, that maybe POTUS needs an AG that isn’t connected to politics in DC like almost everyone else is. Someone such as a Sydney Powell? Or someone along those same lines? This doesn’t bode well of our present AG Barr!

    Liked by 9 people

    • fanbeav says:

      Swamp would NEVER confirm a genuine AG who would get to the bottom of corruption. That is the problem and how the Swamp has protected themselves!

      Liked by 11 people

      • Pa Hermit says:

        Did they (swamp) not confirm non swamp Cabinets? Maybe nice to dream though?


        • dd_sc says:

          It’s one thing to confirm Dr. Ben Carson for HUD.
          Quite another to confirm someone like Kris Kobach as AG – or DHS for that matter.


        • desperatelyseekingmelania says:

          last possibly non swamp AG was Janet Reno


          • Kay Sadeeya says:

            You do stand-up comedy, right?


            • desperatelyseekingmelania says:

              Whatever she became later, it takes a real stretch of the imagination to call her deep state before she was appointed.


              • Kay Sadeeya says:

                I don’t know where she came from or what she did, all I know is no one played the part of goalie for a president better than her. And no AG killed more innocent civilians (Waco) than she. She was a hellish woman. So maybe not Deep-State, I don’t know, but nothing nice deserves to be said about her.


                • desperatelyseekingmelania says:

                  She was the Miami/Dade County district attorney, or state’s attorney as they call it in Florida, before being nominated for USAG. Many rightly questioned her qualification for the job. But she was from a long way outside the swamp.


      • WSB says:

        PT would have to find another ‘acting’ eligible person. Or unleash Whitaker, if he is still there and honest.

        Just emailed Barr this link. Means nothing, but hey, maybe if he gets 20 emailed links, someone might take notice.

        Liked by 3 people

    • Devil in the Blue Drapes says:

      How about POTUS ceases trusting anyone slithering around the swamp and declasses himself?
      He has the power/authority and need not rely on yet another damn atty who wishes to “protect the institutions”.

      Guess what happens if you or I provided cover for criminal activity. We’d be charged w/Aiding and abetting.

      Liked by 6 people

    • dallasdan says:

      Unfortunately for our nation, McConnell and his RINO cabal call the shot on the AG nominee that can/will be confirmed, not the President, as was the case with Barr.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Bill Durham says:

      How many chances at AG does POTUS get??? This is #4. I love POTUS but he has had way too many bad hires. It’s on him. We have to stop making excuses and blaming everyone else. It was critical that POTUS pick the right ag. If he missed again on Barr, i don’t know what to say. I don’t think he got this wrong. But what POTUS wants and what we want may be different. I think he has already negotiated a deal with the major players. It may not be what we are looking for.


      • NC Patriot says:

        Right—–information has to be released in a certain order. IG report FIRST. Then COMEY memos.and other things. Don’t ask me where the Epstein matter factors into all this,
        I believe there are behind the scenes things going on—-and we are sitting out here being impatient.

        Liked by 2 people

      • GB Bari says:

        Contrary to your assertion, it’s NOT “on him.”

        POTUS HAS to get his AG choice approved by the Senate. AG is a Cabinet position.

        Q – Who do you think is telling POTUS who they will approve and who they won’t approve?

        A – One of the worst of the Swamp Protectors, Mitch McCorporatist, of course.

        Liked by 2 people

  5. MicD says:

    I got wind of my VSGPT having the White House Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning Systems
    ripped out and replaced.

    Liked by 2 people

  6. Eric says:

    What if not releasing the Archey declarations and the Comey memos is a perjury trap for Comey, et al? The institutions could go on believing Barr was protecting them, but what if there was another motive for not releasing them yet?

    Liked by 9 people

  7. Scoot says:

    “after comey left he joined a consulting firm where he helped buzzfeed verify the dossier”…which they published months earlier in an effort to get a story. The fact that they didn’t put that work in on the front end is why there is a problem. One of many reasons, actually, and one of many problems.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Hmmm... says:

      “Verify the dossier” has never meant investigating the facts to determine if it is true. From the beginning the investigation was focused on media spin to justify itself. It’s why the texts from Page and Stzrok read more like employees at a PR firm than detectives on a case. They did not care if it was true. Any assumption of a good faith attempt to seek truth is a mistake. The investigation was created to accomplish goals not seek truth.

      I sorta hate to see Sperry resort to this framing of his work at buzzfeed.

      Liked by 5 people

      • sarasotosfan says:

        His work was on behalf of Buzzfeed defending themselves from a lawsuit which I believe was commenced by a Russian oligarch named in the dossier. It was not to verify the dossier per se.


      • Rhoda R says:

        How about verifying the Russian hack? No? Without that everything else disintegrates.


  8. Linus in W.PA. says:

    When will Hell rain down on these treasonous bastagees???

    Liked by 1 person

  9. JoeMeek says:

    Of the people, by the people, for the people Of the FBI, by the FBI, for the FBI.

    Liked by 6 people

  10. Zorro says:

    I heard some inklings about this story earlier this afternoon. I was wondering if the “good guys”, existing only in my imagination, were making a counter move before the Herr Mueller hearing. My mind was wandering from reality.

    Liked by 2 people

  11. Sentient says:

    Eric Trump – please talk to the President about Jody Hunt and whether Barr is doing all he can to get the Archey declarations released.

    Liked by 6 people

  12. Lulu says:

    Comey and the other conspirators should have public trials and executions. They tried to destroy the Republic.

    Liked by 6 people

  13. Lovearepublican says:

    I gave a really bad feeling that NOTHING is going to happen to any of these people. I hope I am wrong.

    Liked by 3 people

  14. amwick says:

    To be fair, Attorney General Bill Barr may not be aware the United States Department of Justice Civil Division, Federal Programs Branch, is fighting this court ordered release.

    Maybe someone should tell him??? I know, more wind spitting.. but…

    Liked by 10 people

    • Kleen says:

      I have zero respect for them.
      Yeah sure whatever there are some “good guys” in there… whatever… they have no power and control nothing. So, tell me again why they matter? They don’t. They are useless.

      These agencies are running the world, framing innocence people, destroying opposition, and * in my opinion * killing people to cover-up their own crimes. Seth Rich? How many others? What about those innocent men who died in prison so the FBI would cover-up their own crime? Ask Muller about those poor dead men.

      Iraq war, promoted by Clapper’s fake intel Dude lied to invade Iraq. Yes they are willing to kill to get what they want. Nothing you can say will change my mind. This KGB wanna be thugs are extremely dangerous criminals. ( not Sundance’s opinion but my own opinion)

      These agencies are extremely dangerous.
      Without a 100% clean up we are doomed. Fire everyone then re-hire those who pass extreme vetting. All others mark them as possible enemies of the state. *DO NOT HIRE* label.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Kay Sadeeya says:

        “Same as it always was..” Since, probably before, Wilson and FDR the insiders have always run things. With Wilson those who ran the FED were all insider banksters, and with FDR when he created the SEC, those who ran it were all Wall Street insiders (the excuse was, “no one else had the knowledge and experience”.) Even when Eisenhower “reformed” the SEC, he hired the same insiders. The Deep-State has always been with us and until all out war is waged against them, and some are executed for treason; and some are imprisoned; and all are fired, it’s just more of the same, as in rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic.


      • amwick says:

        That is what I would like to see happen.. but I just don’t think that it will.


  15. The Bureaucrats run the government…Bureaucrats are really Lawyers…..Un-elected Lawyers…..Look at all the exposed corruption at the FBI/DOJ…Virtually all committed by Lawyers…Sad……

    Liked by 3 people

  16. ezpz2 says:

    I think (hope) Hannity’s heart is in the right place, but I may have to spare myself from his likely more than usual ‘tick tocks’ and ‘booms’ and ‘buckle ups’ tonight.

    Hope no one plays the drinking game on those phrases tonight.😯😯

    Liked by 2 people

    • lawton says:

      He will have a field day with this that is for sure. I think the crooks have the stuff that relates to them now seeing some recent articles. Hopefully the report is out in a couple of weeks.

      Liked by 2 people

  17. mopar2016 says:

    Covering up material that is damaging to the DOJ/FBI isn’t going to restore any faith in them.
    All intel agencies are corrupt and anyone that thinks for themselves understands that.
    It’s not like they’ve got some proud reputation to protect.

    Liked by 3 people

    • ilcon says:

      The link requires you to register.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Kay Sadeeya says:

        So then maybe it wasn’t just our wild imaginations when it looked like the DC police “investigation” of a “botched robbery attempt”; the emergency room personnel at the hospital Rich was rushed to; and his parents, were all “got to” for a cover-up.


    • mimbler says:

      Exactly Mopar. That is why I don’t agree with people saying that Wray and Barr care too much about the institutions to expose the criminal acts. Covering them up protects the criminals, but does nothing to help the reputation of the institutions.
      If either or both of them are covering things up it is because they are on the side of the criminals, not the institutions they lead. IMO of course.

      Liked by 2 people

  18. twingirls (@twingirls49) says:

    So let me get this right…for 2 years President Trump and his administration have been investigated for collusion and obstruction. Associates have been imprisoned, lost their livelihoods and reputations, spent hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees while corrupt Comey makes millions writing a book and his boys continue to be paid for appearances on MSM lying and denigrating Trump and his legions of supporters? WTF? WHY? LOCK THEM UP!

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  19. ALEX says:

    I hope AG Barr was dead serious when he mentioned predicate when testifying before the Senate. His mentioning of the sham one month intel assessment too.

    As Sundance noted, I’m not pinning much on hope and it is useful to avoid the outrage machine.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Jederman says:

      Ok, no hope and avoid the “outrage machine.” What other options do citizens have, and don”t say voting?

      This is in your face. Some may think they can “manage” this or finesse the “protecting the institutions” scam but the harder they try, with all the info that is already out there, the worse they make it.

      It will never work. The harder they try the more credibility they lose.


    • desperatelyseekingmelania says:

      so we accept we are free range slaves on a tax farm with no say in how it is run, that what you are suggesting our best course is?


  20. Kleen says:

    Well, at least we now have some names, we know their dirty sources and rotten methods.
    It’s all rotten and filthy. The agencies are extremely dangerous, corrupt, rotten but powerful.

    I have zero respect for any of them. Sure they bust some drugs here and there, child predators…but even that I lost respect because they only go after nobodies.

    If one of their own is busted for any crime it gets covered-up, so…. it doesn’t impress me. Their law enforcement work is selective, fake, meant to fool the sheep. These people are criminals pretending to be the good guys.

    Anytime I see something about our intelligence or FBI in the news, I believe the opposition.

    Trump is the last man standing. After he is gone, the criminal cabal will be back in charge and unchallenged.

    Liked by 6 people

  21. clr says:

    Bill Barr is also restricted by department policy, which he sated he would follow (to Lindsey Graham during confirmation hearing). I wonder how he can be ‘transparent’ if there is policy in place to protect the government. Troubling times are ahead.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. nbkilgore says:

    It is common knowledge CNN, NYT & WP are the DS DOJ/FBI/CIA’s personal PR machine. Has anyone ever stopped to ask why CNN would even bother to file a FOIA against the very entity and persons they cover up for daily? To me, this was pre- planned, but to who’s benefit or is it a plan that back fired and now CNN lawyers are faking the the funk? There is something else going on here and no one seems to be asking the why, given that CNN does not act for the interest of the people. MSM has covered for these criminals since day one, there is no way Jeff Bezos is having a come to Jesus moment!

    Liked by 7 people

    • Raquel says:

      You’ve stated what’s been on my mind! What good does it do for just CNN to get these unredacted files?

      Liked by 4 people

    • MaineCoon says:

      I’ve always been suspect of this scenario. It doesn’t add up that CNN filed suit. Maybe the had advance notice that DoJ would override the court…Evry one of them is an actor in a play. they all know they part, the timing of their lines and have practiced incessantly. No one missed a beat. the curtain comes down and they all gt new parts in the next play.


      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        It doesn’t add up that CNN filed suit.

        Sure it does
        Recall they filed this 2 years ago.
        CNN thought (probably correctly) there would be RESISTANCE GOLD (“Evidence of collusion”/ Trump bashing) in them thar Comey memos

        Winning a FOIA lawsuit means the documents become PUBLIC.
        They DON”T become the exclusive property of whomever filed suit
        No exclusivity at all.

        Liked by 2 people

        • MaineCoon says:

          I missed the 2 years ago file date. That makes the difference and it does explain things. Surprised they didn’t withdraw the suit after the Mueller report. Now he un-redacted info could harm their cause. Not sure we’ll ever see it. Seems to me that DoJ indicating the Court should adjust their order is an obstruction of justice itself.

          Liked by 1 person

    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Has anyone ever stopped to ask why CNN would even bother to file a FOIA against the very entity and persons they cover up for daily?

      CNN filed this FOIA 2 years ago to get COMEY’S MEMOS released.

      (Essentially Comey’s “book” before his “book” came out.)

      Make sense now?

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  23. FL_GUY says:


    Good news comes out and all there is is cynicism in the comments and an expectation of failure.

    As I’ve watched the information beginning to build since AG Barr came onboard, there is definitely something larger going on that we don’t know about. No successful prosecutor ever airs his investigation publicly. The legal system normally moves SLOWWWWWW!!!!! I know from personal experience. In high profile cases, it moves extra SLOWWWWW!!!!!

    Each of these little snippets of damning information that has been released over the last few months is creating a pile that will bury the perps. I have faith in President Trump. When he said he was going to drain the swamp, he damn well meant it! JMHO

    Liked by 15 people

    • nats1mom says:

      Thank you FL_Guy. Your comments are always spot on.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Sugarhillhardrock says:

      I’m with you FL.
      I’m giving AG Barr the benefit of the doubt and time to do the job.

      If he fails, Patriots will have to act.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Rebelchick says:

      Somw folks need tonget some fresh air.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Rhoda R says:

        FL GUY and RISTVAN are both good at opening up the windows and letting the fresh air blow. Look forward to their inputs…bigly!


    • PDJT has ALWAYS SAID: “Promises Made, Promises Kept”!!! I rely on the that, to me, everything else is chaff/flare!!!
      He has to drain the SWAMP in a certain way so that it doesn’t reinvent itself and come back even stronger.
      The officials in these .gov positions are being watched and the ONLY way to catch them is too see who reacts…And the last two weeks have been humdingers!!!


      • David A says:

        The premise that ongoing investigations prohibit release of evidence is valid. You must have a holder handle the snap before the football is kicked. I just hope the holders name is not Lucy.

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  24. OhNoYouDont says:

    Ferrante, a former top FBI official who previously served as director for cyber incident response at the U.S. National Security Council during the Barack Obama administration, is now at FTI Consulting, where he is leading the effort.

    Ferrante joined the FBI as a special agent in 2005, and he was assigned to the bureau’s New York field office, where he worked on cyber threats to national security. In 2006, he was selected as a member of the FBI’s Cyber Action Team, a group of experts who deploy globally to respond to critical cyber incidents.

    As a top FBI cybersecurity official tasked to the White House, Ferrante was in charge of coordinating the U.S. government response to Russian attempts to meddle in the 2016 presidential election, among other responsibilities. Prior to joining the NSC in 2015, Ferrante was chief of staff for the FBI’s cyber division at headquarters under then-Director James Comey. Ferrante, still working for the FBI but at the White House, stayed in his position as director for cyber incident response at the NSC through the Trump administration, until April 2017, when he left to join FTI.

    At FTI, Ferrante launched what’s now been a months-long stealth effort chasing down documents and conducting interviews on the ground in various countries around the world. His team directed BuzzFeed lawyers to subpoena specific data and testimony from dozens of agencies or companies across the country and assembled a cyber ops war room to analyze that data, according to sources familiar with the work.

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  25. burnett044 says:

    the question is….will Barr be just more turd polish to shine up the DOJ image or sand paper to clean it up?

    Liked by 1 person

  26. meadowlarkspring says:

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  27. Kleen says:

    We are dealing with cold hard criminals here.
    Muller let 4 innocent men stay in prison so it wouldn’t stain the image of the FBI.


    What kind of monster does that?

    Folks, wake the hell up! These are not just political tricks. These criminals have been destroying real people’s lives for decades. Trump just happened to be the wrong guy to mess with.

    What about the Enron guys? Ask Sidney Powell…

    We invaded Iraq based on fake intel by these same criminals. It’s always the same bunch. How many innocent people died in the Iraq war? How many of our finest suffered serious injuries? How many committed suicide? All based on Clappers ( and the same cabal, Muller etc) fake intel.

    It’s now clear that fake intel and entrapment is their favorite method.

    It needs to end! They have zero credibility. Rest assured the world is watching this Russia Collusion hoax and are learning a lot.

    This has weakened our country. Thanks to these criminals. Iran is repeating their words. America is racist… America is racist. Geeeee, where does Iran get that from?

    Anyone thinks Putin is not watching all of this? Think of the golden information he is getting by taking a look inside our intel agencies and how they operate.

    Merry Christmas US enemies!!! Courtesy of that the deep state.

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  28. CHAOS_ACTUAL says:

    “The medium is the message” but “patience is the key and timing is everything.”

    “If they are big and your are small,
    You’re mobile and they’re not.
    You only fight the battles you know you can win.
    That’s the way the Viet-Cong did it.
    You capture their weapons and then
    Use them against them the next time.
    That way they are supplying you.
    You grow stronger as they grow weak.

    Chapter 22 – Time 1:39:32 to 1:41:03

    “What’s going to really bake your noodle later on is …”

    what you see in the background when you play the scene above at 1/2 speed.


    “How long… has this been going on… How long…”

    Then watch the movie again in a whole new LIGHT.

    Pay close attention to where the bad guy is REALLY from.

    Think you are still watching a movie?

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  29. Brant says:

    Comments about an AG like Sydney Powell, etc. Remember, the top 3-4 cabinet posts are all preapproved by GOPe/deep state. Folks we or Trump want would never be approved. We have to just hope there is a smidgeon of honor in who we get.

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  30. alliwantissometruth says:

    Donald Trump is a Washington outsider. He’s used to working in the private sector realm, where it’s every man for himself and the toughest and smartest survive

    And that’s exactly what the President needs and has needed, to surround himself with Washington outsiders, tough, smart and savvy businessmen, lawyers and prosecutors who aren’t tied to the Washington scene and aren’t intimidated by the corrupt sewer that resides there

    There’s 350 million people in this country. Why does every single player have to be plucked from the tiny group of Washington insiders? They all know each other and they all seem to protect their little clique

    Screw all these people. Trump needs to bring in Americans who are just as sick of the crap as he is and start cleaning house

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    • WSB says:

      And even with all of those criminals, PT has built millions of square feet of properties all over the world.

      This may just be another day at the office.

      Liked by 2 people

      • livefreeordieguy says:

        That’s such a smart point, WSB… People — myself included — marvel at the energy, resilience, perseverance and toughness of the president… It really is incredible… But, let’s face it, Pelosi, Schumer, Schiff, Occasio-Cortez, Tlaib, Nadler, Omar, Hillary, Sleepy Joe, Granny Warren, and the rest of the Democrat hacks likely wouldn’t last a week in the knock-down-drag-out world PDJT grew up in. Maybe the energy and effort the president expends daily in running rings around these Moonbats is a fraction of a ‘tough day at work’ for Mr. Trump in his prior life.

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        • WSB says:

          So true. And remember, he used to give all of them campaign money.

          Can you imagine what they all might have been doing if they stayed at one of his hotels?! Are there security tapes?


          Liked by 1 person

    • Kay Sadeeya says:

      “Why does every single player have to be plucked from the tiny group of Washington insiders?”

      For the same reason “All…truth” that all the lobbying firms hire ex-congress and DC insiders to their firms; to have access to the Swamp through the Swamp Creatures who know the ins and outs.


  31. Iwasthere says:

    Screw that ig report – like watching a glacier melt. Freaking government – like syrup foot dragging all the way – but team mueller like lightning in the crap they wanted to pull.

    Liked by 4 people

  32. EggsX1 says:

    This is a chaff and countermeasures article. It is released just before the Mueller testimony. This is meant to give pretense for the Republicans to willingly fall into the outrage trap.

    Let’s take lists of the Republicans that want to go there – add them to the primary map. We are on to the Decepticon’s ploy.


  33. George 1 says:

    If we ever have an honest president again after Trump, the lesson of this is he/she should fire every department head along with the first 3 management layers (at least) of the DOJ, CIA and FBI. Probably other agencies as well. This should happen 1 minute after swearing in.

    Whoever advised the President not to do this was stupid at best and a traitor at worst.

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  34. Coast says:

    So when do the federal charges of Sedition get filed against Comey? Did I miss them?


  35. ecmarsh says:

    Let’s see, CNN wants Comey’s memos.
    If I was swamp ass Comey I would make up the most damning BS I could and keep them as memos. If they are a legitimate diary, I would shred them and ask, “What Memos?”
    The key for me is CNN.


    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      CNN filed this 2 years ago during the height of the Daily Russian Collusion Delusion.
      They WANTED that “damning BS” then…..
      Now…..not so much.

      This is not new we should be thankful they did as it saved Judicial Watch some cash for other FOIA lawsuits.

      Now if only Barr would MIROLAX them so we could read them.

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  36. TMonroe says:

    From the Sperry article:

    “What remains unclear is why Comey would take such extraordinary steps against a sitting president. The Mueller report concluded there was no basis for the Trump-Russia collusion conspiracy theories. Comey himself was an early skeptic of the Steele dossier — the opposition research memos paid for by Hillary Clinton’s campaign that were the road map of collusion theories – which he dismissed as “salacious and unverified.””

    Comedy’s own words show his sensitivity to such actions, if only regarding one candidate:

    Comey: “Assuming, as nearly everyone did, that Hillary Clinton would be elected president of the United States in less than two weeks, what would happen to the FBI, the Justice Department or her own presidency if it later was revealed, after the fact, that she still was the subject of an FBI investigation?”

    Uh, where was this concern of having the current president under investigation? Oh yeah, you’re the one who said you leaked in order to prompt a special counsel investigation! Can you even fathom not only the hypocrisy but the complete pass the media and law enforcement have given this guy as the constitution appears to be thrown to the dogs on his watch?

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  37. albertus magnus says:

    Great post, Sundance.

    Nothing is going to happen to those who committed past crimes.

    Tick-tock, TRUST THE PLAN!


  38. mtg50 says:

    There is no justifiable predicate for Comey’s actions nor for anyone involved in the coup attempt. Even they know it. Their actions were outrageous and the justifications they will put forward are laughable. Smug Comey thinks his justifications will save him. The risk of this post is not the “outrage trap” but rather getting “caught in the weeds”. The focus has to stay on the overarching story of what the intelligence community setup, under the aegis of the previous administration, and continued to carry-out against an elected President, simply because they feared him. It is this overall coordinated effort which is criminal and I think Barr will be able to show that and at least some of those responsible.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Rhoda R says:

      Showing that is not an issue. There is already plenty of evidence out there to that effect. The problem is putting together a case that will generate a Guilty verdict from a DC or NVA jury. This isn’t a TV show, it’s real life and the good guys only have one shot at each of the villains.


  39. dallasdan says:

    “Again, if transparency in conduct of the DOJ and FBI during 2016 is the expressed goal of Attorney General Bill Barr, then his current department fighting to keep descriptions of FBI memorandum hidden from public review runs exactly counter to that intent.

    This DOJ activity does not bode well for a narrative of Bill Barr is an honest broker. This is an example of how to cover-up material that is damaging to the institution.”

    SD is getting demonstrably more critical of Barr. In his 1/15/19 commentary, SD labeled him as “Bondo Barr.” the fixer.

    IMO, it’s becoming very clear that SD had strong suspicions about Barr from the start, when he was picked by McConnell as the only AG nominee who could be confirmed by the Senate. SD has been very deliberative, analytical, and fair in his critique of Barr’s actions as AG, and I believe he has been clearly signaling us as he has reviewed the facts and revealed simple, logical observations based upon same.

    Now, I wonder if Judge Boasberg can be sufficiently intimidated by the resistance and Barr’s DOJ lawyers to reverse his ruling that the Archie declarations be released, or will he do the right thing and allow Comey’s rationale and activities to be exposed.

    Regarding the classified “Comey memos,” Barr has them tightly buttoned-up because the President gave him complete declassification authority. However, if the Archie declarations are released, they could blow-up the cover-up of both Comey’s activities and the associated criminality of both the FBI and DOJ.

    It appears the greatest improvement in the transparency of the conduct of the FBI and DOJ is related to the motives of the AG.

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  40. Gil Stonebarger says:

    I thought I read here that Bill Barr was a top notch stand up guy? Like horowitz and huber. sundance posted story after story. Sessions was a good guy…Q…well we know that one. It is all repeating itself over and over and our side is not ONE inch closer to anyone other than republicans going to jail. ask yourself, how many more articles? how many more “reports” how many more “bombshells”? BTW, spare me the “it takes time” meme. Mueller certainly seemed to cover alot of ground in the last two years that we have waited. Trust me, Pres Trump will NOT win unless he gets the info out there. The only thing I am left to assume is either we have all been played by OUR side or the corruption is so deep and embedded that it will NEVER be broken. Tell me how a simple man like me is going to draw any other collusions. 90% of the people who will go the polls in 2020 BELIEVE the democrats stories. I have seen it over and over. I have talked to MANY people who believe the left. We are a pitiful handful. I have lost faith so many times, only to have some slick article full of research convince me Trump will prevail. It starts to feel like I am the gullible dunce who believes there are “white hats”. Be careful who you put your faith in folks…seems everyone has an agenda


  41. CommodoreBTC says:

    Why doesn’t Lindsey Graham call Ferrante to testify?

    Liked by 3 people

  42. @ChicagoBri says:

    I think Obama, the previous occupant of the White House (hat tip Congresswoman Pressley,) was a lot closer to fundamentally transforming this nation than anyone realized.

    Liked by 3 people

  43. Devil in the Blue Drapes says:

    King Comey was quite fond of granting special access to “friends”.

    That goofy Prof Richmond, Anthony Ferrante, Fusion GPS/Nellie Ohr, and lord knows who else.

    Essentially Comey used the FBI as his personal surveillance/entrapment/blackmail/smear apparatus. Is it any wonder the terrorists attacks committed inside the US under his watch was always coined “lone wolves” or “undetermined motives?”
    Who had time to surveil the bad guys when your target is the good guys?

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  44. DJ Snyder says:

    I wonder if Barr isn’t DELIBERATELY projecting the image of ‘Bondo Barr’ to lure the coup plotters into a false sense of security… Just throwing that out there.

    Liked by 1 person

  45. TwoLaine says:

    Here’s a question for ya’.

    How do we know he wasn’t a “journalist” first, and then was hired to be an FBI “contractor”. Sound familiar anyone?

    Then he was booted back to “journalism” again, since he no longer had access to raw data and was of no use as an FBI “contractor”.

    Besides, it would seem to me they are all on recall notice at any time anyway. Oh, and we can move you around all over in the gubt too. Bruce & Nellie Ohr.

    And, if he was a “cybersecurity expert”, what did he leave behind to spy on the TRUMP team, and what did he steal from the get-go?

    I bet he was there to see who they were spying on…

    You really used to think this only happens in novels or the movies, now we know how corrupt our real gubt has become, and Congress is complicit up to their fake eyebrows.

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  46. gary says:

    God is in charge. the evil actors here never thought americans would know half what we know. too many things coming apart for the DOJ to hide stuff. flynn and concord trials coming apart. epstein looming on the horizon,with hillary losing it and ratting everyone out is my hope. just too much to hide. and mueller acts like he has gone into a depression. trump is pissed too. he won’t go anywhere without declassification. he can’t . or he will be slandered.

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  47. WSB says:

    Talk about people who are not supposed to be in the House…Catherine Herridge reporting that three whistle blowers confirm government workers in 2010 did not use the DNA testing that was mandated.

    This place is so screwed up!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  48. Kay Sadeeya says:

    It’s amazing how a season of forgetting makes things go away. A little water under the bridge and people are off doing what they do in their lives and can’t remember all the details that had them so excited and upset. The old government remedy; stall, obfuscate, and wait; always seems to take the urgency out of the matter and reduce the news down to; “what was all the panic about?”; or, “aren’t there more important things to worry about now?”; and “At THIs POINt, WHAt? Difference Does IT MAKE??”

    It’s amazing how we used to hold the media to the standard of truth. Now it doesn’t matter what they say, as long as their ratings are high enough from their supporters, who like what they have to say and want more, compared to those who are outraged and want proof of what they are saying.

    Truth isn’t important any more; just how you feel.

    Take the LBGTQ community; in the beginning scientists promised us there was a genetic cause; and they were going produce the DNA and medical evidence that homosexuals were “born that way”, very soon. Now, after almost a generation of promising this “breakthrough”, we’ve become so conditioned to “normalcy” of the behavior; that if you ask for the proof, people look at you like you’re from outer space and ask you, “what difference does it make if they’re ‘born that way’ or not, are you some sort of bigot? As long as they love each other, that’s all that matters. It’s how you feel about what you do that matters. Right and wrong is what YOU decide it is.” I’m into stealing cars and jewelry, that’s my reality. What’s yours. (sarc /off)

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  49. Jederman says:

    “…Oh those poor souls in the DOJ/FBI trying earnestly to protect our country….” Ah, where were they when obama said he was going to fundamentally transform the country? And the Iran “deal,” the Hezbollah drug investigation… etc etc on and on.

    No, obama was not a threat to this country, no way. His ACTIONS didn’t indicate that he was too friendly to interests other than the U.S. at all. He was a true blue American patriot. Yes and his background, his well documented and demonstrated love for our country is there for everyone to see, right.

    I do not believe this matter will be resolved in the courts.

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  50. Devil in the Blue Drapes says:

    Yet another casualty scooped up in the politically weaponized FBI/DOJ crime machine.

    Recall Cesar Sayok, the rabid Trump supporter who sent “devices” to democrats?

    Recall smarmy Wray, in a presser used weasel words to imply they were “explosive devices” without actually saying “explosive?”

    Well nothing like a federally appointed defense atty writing a 39 pg “plea for leniency of 121 MONTHS” to the Judge, encapsulating Sayoc was essentially driven mad by his infatuation with Trump, Hannity, and Fox & Friends!

    Oh, and on pg 38, the atty gets around to concluding the devices were harmless.

    As someone once said…”First we F Comey, then we F Wray”.

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