Bongino Discusses Bruce Ohr 302 Release – “It’s the laundry operation”…

Dan Bongino appears on Fox News morning to discuss his perspective on the information contained within the release of the FBI interview notes (“302’s”)of Bruce Ohr.

Mr. Bongino accurately notes the pipeline of research from Fusion-GPS (Glenn Simpson) and contract employee Nellie Ohr (Bruce’s wife) to Christopher Steele, is an intelligence laundry operation.

Political opposition research was created by Fusion-GPS and then sent to Steele so he could launder the information and return it to the DOJ and FBI, through Bruce Ohr, as an official “intelligence” product.

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Note, analysis of the Bruce Ohr 302 documents is complex because the investigative notes need to be reviewed as simply one overlay in a series of timelines and documents.

That means taking the Ohr 302’s (the content as a timeline) then comparing/overlaying them to: (1) the Bruce Ohr emails with Chris Steele; (2) the text messages with Peter Strzok and Lisa Page on the same dates as the Ohr interviews; (3) the text messages from SSCI Vice-Chairman Mark Warner and Steele’s lawyer Adam Waldman; (4) the content of the Comey memos; and (5) what was going on -inside the DC investigation- at the time these interviews were taking place.

It’s a layered onion with markers that align at specific points and tell a much bigger story. Example below:

As Bruce Ohr is discussing the possibility of the “SIC” (Senate Intelligence Committee) traveling to the U.K. to interview Steele, you cross reference the committee Vice-Chair Mark Warner text messages (w/ Steele’s lawyer Adam Waldman) and the Ohr interview substance gives you the bigger picture of the conspiracy:

Now overlay Democrat Senator Mark Warner attempting to organize a meeting with Christopher Steele without “a paper trail”, during the height of the effort to organize the ‘soft-coup’ impeachment evidence.

Keep in mind, as you review SSCI Mark Warner attempting covert contact, for the expressed political purpose of conducting a ‘soft coup’….. the Vice-Chair of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Mark Warner, is also a member of a very specific group known as the oversight “Gang-of-Eight”; and has contact with the most sensitive and secret covert government operations.

When you realize that senate members of the Gang-of-Eight in 2016 (Feinstein and Reid) were participating in the targeting…. and that continued into 2017 (Warner, Schumer, Burr, Ryan) with the soft coup effort against a sitting President; you begin to realize the scale of this.

The effort extends outside the Intelligence Apparatus into the halls of the most powerful politicians in DC.  That’s where SSCI Security Director James Wolfe comes in; and is directly the reason why corrupt DOJ officials dropped charges against Wolfe in 2018 to control damage and mitigate risk.  The truth of Wolfe leaking classified documents at the behest of Senators Warner and Burr was just too devastating.

A branch of the United States government (legislative) was attempting a coup against the elected leader of another branch of government (executive); by using planted and designated corrupt agents within the cabinet.

In 2015 and 2016 the dossier is connected to political opposition research laundered into weaponized intelligence to target a political campaign.  However, after the election of November 2016, that DOJ/FBI, State Department and Senate effort then became an actual coup-plot against a sitting president.

The problem for Attorney General Bill Barr is not investigating what we don’t know, but rather navigating through what We The People’ are already aware of….

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327 Responses to Bongino Discusses Bruce Ohr 302 Release – “It’s the laundry operation”…

  1. litlbit2 says:

    “The problem for Attorney General Bill Barr is not investigating what we don’t know, but rather navigating through what ‘We The People’ are already aware of….”

    It is only through Sundance and President many and myself are still reading. To the statement above, as in all past “investigations” it also takes time to select those to overlook. Again by the most honest, trustworthy person to head up our famous FBI.

    Damn I so hope and pray AG Barr rises above all expectations of GOD🙏🙏

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    • BobR says:

      And Sessions recuses on something that was completely contrived. What a dope!

      Liked by 7 people

      • gsonFIT says:

        Here is a copy/paste of the Sessions’ press release to recuse.

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        JUSTICE NEWS
        Department of Justice
        Office of Public Affairs
        FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
        Thursday, March 2, 2017
        Attorney General Sessions Statement on Recusal
        Attorney General Jeff Sessions today issued the following statement:

        “During the course of the confirmation proceedings on my nomination to be Attorney General, I advised the Senate Judiciary Committee that ‘[i]f a specific matter arose where I believed my impartiality might reasonably be questioned, I would consult with Department ethics officials regarding the most appropriate way to proceed.’

        “During the course of the last several weeks, I have met with the relevant senior career Department officials to discuss whether I should recuse myself from any matters arising from the campaigns for President of the United States.

        “Having concluded those meetings today, I have decided to recuse myself from any existing or future investigations of any matters related in any way to the campaigns for President of the United States.

        “I have taken no actions regarding any such matters, to the extent they exist.

        “This announcement should not be interpreted as confirmation of the existence of any investigation or suggestive of the scope of any such investigation.

        “Consistent with the succession order for the Department of Justice, Acting Deputy Attorney General and U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia Dana Boente shall act as and perform the functions of the Attorney General with respect to any matters from which I have recused myself to the extent they exist.”

        END RELEASE

        This doesn’t just prevent him from involvement of PDJT’s investigation like any normal, rational official might (MIGHT) have done. It makes him a legal eunuch who chooses to:

        ‘I have decided to recuse myself from any existing or future investigations of any matters related in any way to the campaigns for President of the United States. ‘

        As I read it, it takes Brennan, Clapper Obama and HRC out of the sights of the US attorney general for any number of potential wrong doings

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      • My gut tells me it’s more complicated. Do they have dirt on Sessions or was he just another Ryan?

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  2. litlbit2 says:

    “The problem for Attorney General Bill Barr is not investigating what we don’t know, but rather navigating through what ‘We The People’ are already aware of….”

    It is only through Sundance and President many and myself are still reading. To the statement above, as in all past “investigations” it also takes time to select those to overlook. Again by the most honest, trustworthy person to head up our famous FBI.

    Damn I so hope and pray AG Barr rises above all expectations of GOD🙏🙏

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    • Ospreyzone says:

      He’s not just “navigating,” he is working to compose a believable narrative that does not destroy the institutions he so cherishes. Very hard work, given the wholesale corruption that Obama nurtured in them over 8- years. Communists always leave such a mess.

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  3. pucecatt says:

    They keep saying that what we will find out will “ shock us to the core “ there is only one thing that would shock people to the core and that would be a plot to literally “ take out “ the President.

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    • California Joe says:

      Shock me, Baby!!! I can take it and it’s way overdue.

      Liked by 6 people

      • MelH says:

        California Joe, i wanna put a thousand LIKES on your statement! The problem is…the WHOLE problem is….there is not a single person in the Administration who has the grasp that Sundance has, on the whole situation. Everyone else has bits and pieces, some relevant, some maybe culpable, some egregious but not criminal….but Sundance is the ONLY one who has the whole enchilada, right down to where the corn was grown to make the tortilla.That’s because Sundance is like Trump….doesn’t owe anybody anything…. so he has the freedom to call it like it IS! If Barr isn’t using this site, he’s missing the boat OR he is more interested in preserving the status quo.

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      • Mncpo(ret) says:

        Yes, please shock me, I’ve been ready for years!

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    • trump20162024 says:

      That wouldn’t shock me. The uniparty took out JFK and tried to take out Ronald Reagan. Of course they were and still are plotting to destroy the Trumpster, by any and all means necessary to preserve their power over us.

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      • wlbeattie says:

        Schumer: …”6 ways from Sunday”..

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        • We didn’t get the true meaning of that Schumer comment at the time Looking back with hindsight, it’s clear to me he was speaking as a naive acolyte, spilling the beans and essentially admitting the intelligence agencies were out to get President Trump; he couldn’t help himself, just as Comey couldn’t help bragging unprofessionally about his machinations to get a Special Counsel appointed. I remember once, in a comment on American Thinker probably, addressing New Yorkers and telling them they needed to get rid of Schumer..that was in 2017, when he was in full bloom as a voice against President Trump. There is not one legitimate politician among the Democrats — the Insane Left — today, and since 2008. They really think they are King George back in 1775.

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    • ann says:

      I already assumed that.

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    • KnowSERENoFear says:

      The sinking of the RMS Lusitania, our entry into WWI, the cause of the Great Depression, Pearl Harbor, our entry into WWII, “McCarthyism”, JFK, drug cartels, Korean/Vietnam/Iran/Afghanistan wars, inflation as an intentional indirect tax, sex trafficking, exploitation of children, rituals…the level of depravity and the complete absence of compassion for “we the people” would be beyond shocking. The truth would absolutely push us to civil war.

      “That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.“

      Name a difference in tyranny or oppression dissimilar from our citizen ancestors in 1776.

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      • Georgia says:

        Why do you think they are orchestrating events to remove guns/weapons from the people? This is happening, people should be scared….

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      • Irisheyes says:

        All of the above is why the Uniparty is now so desparate to disarm American citizens. They know they’ll no longer be safe once the “average Joe” truly understands the depths of their depravity.

        Be prepared for a significant ratcheting up of contrived false flags using guns. (for those who are unaware, a false flag isn’t a fake operation, but one put together for nefarious reasons, and not what is presented to the public. People still die). The Uniparty knows this is their last stand.

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      • beachbum31 says:

        remember the Maine!

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      • I submitted my comment, comparing the Insane Left Democrats of today to King George of 1775, before I saw your comment Something in the air, we both picked up.

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        • ILOT says:

          Many of us have this in context. The British (circa 1775) maneuvered to confiscate (tax) the physical gold and silver currency that allowed for commerce in the new Republic. As that happened the economy was stifled and led to high unemployment – and obvious unrest. I tend to equate the seizure of gold and silver coins then to “guns” today and would throw in “free speech”. I think many are unaware and think of the British “taxation” in the abstract when the reality is their objective was the physical removal of the coins. The commies today are seizing both. The commies want civil war, and while I’d like to say civil unrest they are itching for far more.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      Children, wife–one other thing that would shock us, doing something to POTUS’ wife or minor child, next, to his adult children.

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    • strateshooter says:

      the only thing that won’t shock MOST people now is when they turn around and conclude all was good. The headline will be>
      The Russians are evil , the CIA/FBI acted professionally…made some poor judgments on Trump…but shit happens..time to move on…..what are ya gonna do ?

      This what I expect… though I will still be personally shocked and sickened.by it since the evidence for sedition and a coup is SO overwhelming now
      But DC is a club/swamp and Barr / Durham will protect it simply because they will not be able to deal with the fall out from the Truth.
      Thousands of people took part in a silent coup attempt against Donald Trump.
      DC is now so entrenched in corruption though and so protected by its tame media puppets it is now unassailable versus The People.

      The question is how will POTUS and his supporters react.
      Most of USA still really have no idea just how corrupt the Dems/FBI /CIA/Media/ GOOG/Judges are and how close they came to removing the peoples democratically elected president for one of their own club members.

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    • littleanniefannie says:

      Yet that raid on Camp Pendleton could have been human smuggling to harm the administration.

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  4. Bogeyfree says:

    By “navigating through what we the people are already aware” does that mean, how do I bury this when much of the cat is out of the bag?

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  5. JAS says:

    One observation and one problem….

    Observation: Watching Hannity last night someone came up with the accusation that It was Nellie Ohr that researched and supplied the dirt that led to Manafort’s arrest.

    Problem: I am not an attorney but I can read. This morning I did a quick perusal of US Code Title 18: Crimes. I could not find any major crimes that anyone in the coup cabal can be convicted for, just minor ones, perjury, etc. One exception could be within intelligence laws. Very important when it comes to the FISAs. But then again, very difficult to prove. After all, the perps are most all high end lawyers and they know very well how to play while staying within a hair from breaking our laws. The biggest scandal in our history? Without a doubt. But….

    Most of our laws seem to be geared to work against major crimes committed by non government entities. Sedition, treason, conspiracy are all nonsense accusations. You have to read the laws. For example, I could not find a law against trying to overthrow the President without the use of force. Please enlighten me if you all can find something major that will stick….

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    • All Too Much says:

      Answer this, and “sources and methods” won’t fly on this site:

      Why are they trying so hard to hide the truth?
      I understand what you are saying, but the question about hiding the truth keeps nagging me.

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      • cboldt says:

        The institutions of course will try to bury their own corruption, ineptitude, etc. They aim to perpetrate several myths – none of which are necessary to hold power becuase they can use brute force to hold power. They crave the myth of moral right, being the guys with white hats, looking out for the American way.
        None of that is true, They are self-serving opportunistitic liars. Your government is full of crooks, not good guys.
        The US government had a million times more corrupt influence on the outcome of the election thatn the most effective foreign government did. We have found the enemy, and he is us.

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    • cboldt says:

      I have the same impression you do. Have had for many months. It is not a crime for the government to lie to the public.
      We hear pundits declare felonies were committed, but they don’t even give the common shorthand for the felony.
      False statements, perjury, sure. process crimes abound. Most people have no clue about the actual contour of leak laws, but I don;t see any criminal leak. There is no law on the books that prohibits the government from lying to the public, not even against perpetrating a political hoax. Unethical, sure. Abuse of power? Sure. But nobody was deprived of the right to vote or any other right., There is no “right to honest government.” That is implied. It is a matter of trust not of law.
      The government is flat out not trustworthy. The remedy for that will not be found in laws passed by the (untrustworthy) government. I joke that the government committed sedition against itself – this is not a crime.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      Many committed fraud on the FISA court. Comey, Rosenstein, Baker, etc.

      Then, how many committed crimes burying the numerous exculpatory pieces of evidence?

      Then, no lawyer here, but for numerous months I’ve suggested Conspiracy, as have several attorneys here, and on Fox News.

      Possibly Joe diGenova suggested that this Conspiracy violated the Presudent’s civil rights; and defrauded the voters.

      And how about the numerous times that the FBI destroyed phones, emails, and texts?

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      • cboldt says:

        Fraud on the FISA court will be perjury at worst, could be met with the remedy of forbidden to practice before the FISA court or disbarred. At upper end, could be charged with perjury.
        The remedy for burying exculpatory evidence is at most reversal of conviction for the wronged defendant.
        It is not illegal to defraud voters. That is the norm in politics. Politicians make promises they can’t keep.
        On “conspiracy,” it has to be a conspiracy to commit a crime. What is the underlying crime? Genuine question there.
        Trump does have causes of action. Those are his personally, and are in the nature of deprivation of rights. The tough part of that is to find a criminal statute that fits. Abuse of power to deprive voting, crime. Abuse of power to charge criminally? He wasn’t charged criminally. Abuse of power to attempt to throw an election? Not a crime. There is no “right to win an election,” and there is no evidence that any vote was changed, even though we know the persistent lie by the press has a profound influence on election results.

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        • susanphd says:

          Did you review the RICO laws? That might be a good fit.

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        • map says:

          If any of what you were saying was true, then Roger Stone, Paul Manafort, Michael Flynn, and Michael Cohen would not be in jail.

          You need to look at the case law as well as the statute law to draw conclusions.

          Are there people in jail for committing similar crimes that were committed by these guys? Remember, government employees are civilians subject to the same laws.

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        • ann says:

          If the DoJ command, are individually invulnerable to convictions for major crimes, this strengthens the argument for functional and structural change.

          An institutional Samson haircut, as it were, to clip off those luxuriant locks of unchecked, unaccountable power.

          Choldt, thank you for a thought provoking lesson.

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        • Tl Howard says:

          If someone tries to frame me for a crime, are they not guilty of a crime?

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    • jx says:

      The cabal sought to overthrow the President. They (ab)used the tools of state, tools not available to the common citizen. In other words, they “levied war”. In my opinion they engaged in a seditious conspiracy and committed treason.

      The presidency is unique, it is the only national office. Senators represent states, representatives represent congressional districts. Only the presidency is voted on by all citizens nationally. The presidency sets the agenda. The cabal sought to deprive the people of their chosen president, their chosen agenda and direction for the nation. The cabal sought to substitute their will, the will of a few dozen, for the will of the nation.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Perjury is a big deal, not a small deal. Wire fraud is commonly-used to convict badguys.
      There are others, but you might take a look at 18 USC 242. From the DOJ website:

      “Section 242 of Title 18 makes it a crime for a person acting under color of any law to willfully deprive a person of a right or privilege protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States.
      For the purpose of Section 242, acts under “color of law” include acts not only done by federal, state, or local officials within the their lawful authority, but also acts done beyond the bounds of that official’s lawful authority, if the acts are done while the official is purporting to or pretending to act in the performance of his/her official duties. Persons acting under color of law within the meaning of this statute include police officers, prisons guards and other law enforcement officials, as well as judges, care providers in public health facilities, and others who are acting as public officials. It is not necessary that the crime be motivated by animus toward the race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin of the victim.

      The offense is punishable by a range of imprisonment up to a life term, or the death penalty, depending upon the circumstances of the crime, and the resulting injury, if any.”

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    • littleanniefannie says:

      If those in the coup are within a hair of doing anything illegal but just below the threshold, expose it. Expose the network to show how pervasive it was. Change the laws because this type of activity should NEVER happen! I feel rather confident that the laws don’t cover Americans doing anything like this because no one, in our wildest dreams, imagined American citizens would do such treasonous acts, especially those serving in government.
      Those from other countries should be charged, tried and sentenced. It shouldn’t matter that they are from our intelligence partners. That fact only makes it worse. Mueller used the DoJ to charge the Russians didn’t he? Why not these foreign officials as well? Their actions are no less treasonous and are, in fact, more treasonous.
      Warner, Burr and Schiff at the very least should immediately resign. All are guilty of involvement or covering up. Leave their seats infilled until the next election. This should be a warning to future politicians. They forfeit their “pension” (aka lifetime salary).
      FBI, DoJ, CIA, DoS, IRS officials who participated in the coup attempt should also be removed with loss of pension. Maybe they can’t be thrown in prison but they need to pay a price. They need to feel the pain and it needs to be visible. They will still be spared what they put and are putting Paul Manafort through and what they put Roger Stone and his wife through.
      The media needs to be dealt with through the FCC. There is no such thing as the free press in today’s world. The bias is there for the world to see. Media outlets who present only one side in a positive light should be limited in their contact with government agencies. No way did CNN show up at Roger Stone’s raid through “good legwork” unless it was because those legs met with the FBI to get details.

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    • ILOT says:

      That may all be true but there is a caveat. I’m no lawyer either but I firmly believe you have to place all actions within the framework of policies within the DOJ. You and I can call it treason and I recall outrage and frustration when Mr. Barr stated he would not view certain actions as treason. What he went on to say is that his focus is on “policy”. There are certain statutes and codes unique that once breached by a DOJ official are criminal offenses. Comey knew this, clearly and threaded that needle on the leaking. I highly doubt others are as savvy, smart or as insightful to the nuances as Comey. They got sloppy and within that “policy” framework laws were broken. Perhaps naive, but that’s my read as I interpret Mr. Barrs many comments on the subject. Reportedly Mr. Durham has spent a substantial amount of time in Europe on this subject, so we are not talking about a local speeding ticket here. I remain hopeful.

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    • LivLovely101 says:

      If there were technically no crimes, why was Hilliarly concerned about hanging from a noose? (what a wonderful vision!)
      Also, why is the Deep State fighting so hard to prevent the discovery and jurisprudence if there is nothing out there of a prosecutorial nature?

      I’m just pondering, but I’m not a lawyer either; this entire coup is made up of plots and sub plots and at times for me, can be very intricate, confusing and sickening. But there has to be a crime somewhere in their coup debacle simply because they were all walking a crooked path.
      I don’t have a clue where Barr&Co could find a solid prosecutorial crime (I have a tendency to lose my way when legal vs illegal shenanigans are explained by referencing things like Book 2, Volume 2D, Chapter 5, Section 9, Paragraph 78, Lines 4-9….ya know?).
      But I do know they need our patience so they are able to get convictions that stick. I would like all of those involved to be ruined financially and publically (at the very least!). Just like they have attempted to do to Conservatives.
      And thanx to Sundance who is so good at explaining the minutia of this Coup Kit & Caboodle – even throwing in various stimulating visual aids, thus keeping my brain awake! Much appreciated….

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    • SteveT says:

      Irony would dictate the use of a Dem favourite – Obstruction of Justice.
      Multiple offences could add up to serious time.

      Sorry for the English spellings, but it goes against the grain to adopt foreign spellings being a Brit, but solidly for The Wonderful President Trump.

      SteveT

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  6. WE just wanna a ARESS! (In My best Ben Crump parody) 😉

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    • ann says:

      ESP Convictions of Department of Justice command , because they had/have the authority, power & duty to stop this crap from the very beginning.

      Secret society! First we’ll f… Flynn, then we’ll f… Trump.
      The Collyer FISC Compliance review
      There is lots of documented proof & clearly intent .

      What our patient pro bono attorney treepers & investigators have finally made me realise is :
      To convict the prosecutor must not only prove guilt, which we know,but do so within mincing little parsed semi deminqualified legalese,

      And DISPROVE every alternate explanations, no matter how absurd, specious, and improbable,
      cause failure is NOT an option.

      admittedly Im emotionally worked up & certainly have no reserve of trust for the DoJ,
      But I kind of understand better the magnitude of trying these cases now.
      In my more sane moments. Lol

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      • BitterC says:

        Now you guys are catching on as to why it seems Barr/Durham are not doing anything.
        I am hopeful that Barr and company are having some difficulties in finding laws that were actually broken and also building a case beyond a shadow of a doubt. Most of what we know is really circumstantial evidence.

        I also am hopeful that there is truly a documented smoking gun [something in writing or a phone call] where someone actually says they are trying to remove Trump by hook or by crook.

        Am also wondering if by virtue of all the foreign involvement that some FISAs were able to be issued or National Security Letters…these seem to be easy to get.

        It’s hard to guess how many people were really in the know & how many were glad to be fooled since removing Trump suited them personally. I could almost believe Brennan played Comey. Could almost believe he played Superhero Strzok, too. If Strzok was really in on the whole thing he wouldn’t have told Page he was afraid there was no there there. He’d have known it,

        A Kavalec or Nuland would have known the dossier was garbage, but
        – They wanted Trump gone
        – Might have shrugged and figured the FBI knew more than they did, that there was other evidence

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        • ann says:

          Cool headed realistic thinking. Bitter C.
          My expectations are skewed, many interviews of (rightfully) frustrated attorneys say ‘prosecuting this is a slum dunk case” – Paraphrase.

          Obviously, not my field.

          A staunch Judicial Watch member since old enough to vote, alert to the decades of DOJ stonewalling, and destructive nest of intriguing State Dept USAID meddlers, a la Green Zone, Clinton Global Initiative, Bremner etc , I have a real sense of urgency in the need to get our government back under control.

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  7. bessie2003 says:

    Is it possible the coup participants have already picked who will take the fall for them when these truths of how this plot was implemented come to the consciousness of most of the American voters (excluding the Dems who prefer their own facts over the truth)?

    Do they put their scapegoat out to see if Barr takes the bait so as to tie this mess up quickly?

    Or do they double down? Is Nadler’s new impeachment move part of their double down?

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  8. trapper says:

    The FULL Bongino. Definitely worth a re-listen.

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    • Owl says:

      It gives me hope that this presentation (and book) has gotten the attention of the President and his team. I can’t see that it didn’t…..
      Let’s continue to pray that the case against the “deep state” develops to it’s full measure and is unassailable from the Left.

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    • Owl says:

      It gives me hope that this presentation (and book) has gotten the attention of the President and his team. I can’t see that it didn’t…..
      Let’s continue to pray that the case against the “deep state” develops to it’s full measure and is unassailable from the Left.

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  9. Bogeyfree says:

    To me, the evidence in numerous areas is just incredibly overwhelming and obvious that there was an organized coup to frame and take down a sitting President that any rookie DA and investigator could see!

    So I go back to – Sweeper or The Rule of Law for All

    Which are you going to choose Mr. Barr?

    The world is watching!

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  10. Kiel says:

    Bongino! My favorite short little douche!

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  11. beach lover says:

    Does anyone else think Bruce Ohr looks like Kermit the Frog? And woah, Nellie!

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    • J Gottfred says:

      They are an odd couple aren’t they. I guess whoaa is a closet communist sympathiser being an expert on Russia, including studying in Russia in the late 1980’s. It is interesting to me how these DC power brokers use marriage to further their own ambitions.

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  12. Bogeyfree says:

    It is one thing to drain the swamp via firings in the DOJ and FBI but could you imagine IF US Senators get indicted for conspiring to take down a sitting President?

    How do you think the American people would respond to that?

    Do you think if this all came out before Nov 2020 that the GOP might just exceed 60 seats in the Senate?

    Maybe, just maybe this is the real plan to drain the swamp in Congress and thus the delay by Barr and the boys?

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    • littleanniefannie says:

      Remember, Burr is not innocent in all of this. His only hope would be the Joe Biden defense (too stupid to know any better—a direct contradiction for his role as chairman of Senate INTELLIGENCE).

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  13. GSparrow says:

    If or when the investigations of the widespread corruption and failed Coup attempt are complete and credible evidence is compiled that can be used in a criminal court against those that took an active part in the illegal acts, will the DOJ “decline to prosecute” once again?

    Will Durham and A/G Barr be able or willing to make a convincing and unprecedented case of:

    1. a vast conspiracy within the top levels of the FBI, DOJ, the DNC and the Intel Agencies, in co-operation with their corrupt media partners, to frame Donald Trump with Russian Collusion, treason or conspiring with a foreign country to harm the USA .

    2. a vast conspiracy involving all of the above characters to depose a sitting President by framing him for obstruction and then impeaching him.

    There must be more than one relevant statute in “18 U.S. Code PART I— Crimes” in the Criminal Code.

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  14. deeperinfo says:

    How can I understand what really is happening if the parts that probably matter the most are blank?
    Who are they hiding? Unnamed people who give Steele approval to testify? State Secret?
    What outside attorneys and politicians legally deserve prevention of disclosure? Transparency?

    I know, I’m not supposed to get hung about this, but the redactions.

    It is clear from past declass that the redactions were falsely used.
    This is a stalling tactic that amounts to Obstruction of Justice under Resistance interpretation standards.
    We, excepting only yet also including President Trump, are at the tender mercies of Barr and Durham.

    [maybe my timing is if…] BUT

    >>> Did Sally Yates <<<
    (named { redacted } in the memos)

    fail to report that the DOJ and FBI were still interacting with fired Steele in violation of policy?

    We need a giant timeline to cross reference texts, emails, leaks to newspapers, politician statements, and various testimony – just too hard to track it all, let alone lay out a clear picture and explain it to someone in a convincing manner. Anyone have what they consider the best short and simple documented description with links (I know – I just rec this site!).Something that an indifferent swing voter would take 30 seconds to read… and contains links to the facts to overcome the false truths of TV. I'm not sure that anyone except Sundance could do it.

    More and more this is like watergate, in many odd ways, and sometimes roles are reversed, but good ol' CIA and FBI and their old friends are up to their elbows in dirty tricks again, but especially how the Ugly was obvious to the unblindered (Trump should sell ol' Joe "belief-blinders": 'My Truth over your facts') but mainstream would not believe it for years, until the dam burst and the illegal activites saw daylight (well, not those 18 minutes).

    Our country lies in the hands of Barr and Durham. One can hope.

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    • littleanniefannie says:

      “Our country lies in the hands of Barr and Durham.”

      I hope they realize that they are all that stand between America being the Land of the Free or being Venezuela. We will see their higher loyalty—to the DoJ or to the country.

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  15. Bogeyfree says:

    Oh how I wish Don Jr. read CTH!

    Also, could you imagine if Sundance could get just 1 hour of time with the President to make sure he is seeing all of these dot connections via the way Sundance does these timing overlays.

    Priceless!

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  16. susanphd says:

    I believe Someone on Fox (could have been Giuliani or DiGenova) said that the RICO statutes – Racketeering – would suitably cover the crimes associated with the soft coup.

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  17. Landslide says:

    My mind is going back to early 2017 when President Trump said that he had inherited a MESS! He then said they’d get it fixed. And he’s been fighting every day since then to clean up, clean out, and fumigate it all. He is the most determined and tireless individual I have ever known of!!! From my little corner of the world, I will continue to pray for justice to prevail and evil to be defeated. (Actually, I will first pray for nationwide repentance) I will also do my part to register voters and help motivate them to go and cast their vote for President Trump. Thank you, Sundance for the incredible research and the time it takes to do what you do! May you continue to have the will, stamina, and wisdom to use the great gifts that God has blessed you with. 👍🏻🇺🇸🙏🏼👍🏻🇺🇸🙏🏼

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  18. Lucille says:

    Tom Fitton – Judicial Watch Gets Ohr 302s, FBI Leaks Scandal EXPOSED, & JW Takes on Anti-Trump CA Law

    (run to 26 seconds)

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  19. Every day that something new is unearthed could be like reliving D-Day – over and over and over – and not knowing what the outcome will be.

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  20. distracted2 says:

    Well, I hope Barr understands we know everything and that we’ve been waiting three years for someone with guts to hold them accountable.

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    • J Gottfred says:

      I hope so! If not we need to be on the streets of Washington protesting the DOJ and FBI. Just how do you get a permit to protest anyway. Might as well get it on file given the failure of the DOJ to hold ANYONE accountable. Anyone!

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  21. Johnny Dollar says:

    Leading up to the election, Christopher Steele worked for and was being paid by the FBI.
    He was to provide the FBI with a “Dossier” to justify a FISA warrant. And later, post election, to provide a “Dossier” to launch Mueller.

    Never once while being paid by the FBI did Steele tell the FBI that he was also working for and being paid by Hillary Clinton (via Fusion GPS) for the same “Dossier” he was providing them.

    Surprise!! Prior to the election Christopher Steele was working for two separate bosses, the FBI and Hillary Clinton.

    It was imperative for the FBI that there be no link between their “Dossier” and Clinton/Fusion GPS. Had such a link been revealed publicly, it would have destroyed the value of the “Dossier” in front of the FISA judge. Likewise, it would have become useless as justification for Mueller.

    No link has ever been established between the FBI and Fusion GPS and Hillary Clinton. Which is why the FBI and Mueller can say they never knew about Fusion GPS. All they knew was Christopher Steele, their employee, was a trusted source from past association.

    See how that works?

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  22. pucecatt says:

    Has anybody looked at Carter Pagez twitter ? He is ranting about the upcoming IG report and how it is packed with lies about him.. hmmm

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  23. warspite2 says:

    Dream on. Yes, these folks deserve to be hung. Yes, the US intelligence community & others under Obama engaged in egregious and often illegal activities. It’s all true. But redacted docs are not going to compel appropriate coverage or actions. These persons will not be nailed until clear and unredacted documents can be shoved in the MSM’s faces. So it’s been what, a year since Trump “promised” declassification? The Democrats are playing the same run out the clock game as they did in the 2018 House. Are we, is Trump, going to learn from history or just repeat past mistakes?

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    • jebg46 says:

      Aren’t the new cases by Comey and Strzock supposed to keep all redacted and secret documents under seal to run out the clock ?

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  24. Brenrod says:

    This clearly illustrates that at the highest levels the gop collaborated with the dems in this coup. The question is who is doing the instructing at the highest levels, both in and out of government.

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