Assisted Suicide Avoidance – John Brennan Intel Asset Joseph Mifsud “Gave Audio Tape Deposition Before Going Into Hiding”…

According to an interview granted by the lawyer for intelligence asset Joseph Mifsud to journalist John Solomon, professor Mifsud admitted to being a western intelligence asset who was part of a CIA intelligence “operation” against candidate Donald Trump in March 2016.

Yes, stop and read that introductory paragraph again….

Solomon notes that an audio-taped deposition exists from Joseph Mifsud prior to going into hiding after the 2016 Presidential election.  From the description it sounds like Mifsud anticipated his assisted suicide and recorded a deposition as leverage against his unwanted demise.   WATCH:

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What Solomon describes would align with the CIA purposefully leaking the details about Mifsud to the Washington Post on July 1st, 2019.

In the synergy between the U.S. intelligence apparatus and their media agents, the CIA, DOJ and State Department have specific outlets assigned to public relations.

A long-tracked pattern reflects the DOJ and FBI leak their needs to the New York Times. The preferred outlet for the U.S. State Department is CNN; and the Washington Post generally comes out first with leaks in defense of the CIA agenda.

This pattern has been remarkably consistent for years.

So against a backdrop of looming revelations about the intelligence community and their activity in the 2016 election; suddenly The Washington Post, seemingly out of nowhere, pushed an article intended to diffuse the issues around western intelligence asset Joseph Mifsud.

As we noted in July, we can reasonably assume something is happening in the background that has officials in the CIA worried about exposure and their image.  From the WaPo introduction we can see what part of “spygate” the CIA is concerned about:

(Wa Po) […] The Maltese-born academichas not surfacedpublicly since that October 2017 interview, days after Trump campaign aide GeorgePapadopoulos pleaded guilty tolying to the FBI about details of theirinteractions. Among them, Papadopoulos told investigators, was an April 2016 meeting in which Mifsud alerted him that the Russians had “dirt” on Hillary Clinton in the form of “thousands of emails.”

The conversation between Mifsud and Papadopoulos, eventually relayed by an Australian diplomat to U.S. government officials, was cited by special counsel Robert S. Mueller IIIas the event that set in motion the FBI probe into ties between the Trump campaign and Russia.

With Attorney General William P. Barr’s review of the counterintelligence investigation underway,the origins of the inquiry itself are now in the spotlight — and with them, the role of Mifsud, a little-known figure. (more)

The entire WaPo article is fraught with highly manipulated narrative engineering intended to cloud the fact that clear evidence exists that Professor Mifsud’s engagement with George Papadopoulos was directed by some entity other than Mifsud.

It would be intellectually dishonest not to see some other purpose and intent beyond an academic wanting to build a relationship with some obscure policy staffer for the Trump campaign.

If he walks like a counterintelligence agent; acts like a counterintelligence agent; sounds like a counterintelligence agent; hangs out with other counterintelligence agents; has admitted to engagements on behalf of intelligence agencies; trained U.S. FBI agents in conducting counterintelligence operations and generally has a history of counterintelligence agent behavior, well, he ain’t just a Maltese professor.

Just sayin’.

So what’s up?

Why was the Washington Post trying to get out-front of Joseph Mifsud all of a sudden?

Likely it’s because someone in the background (Barr via Durham) is peeking at the connective tissue between John Brennan’s instructions in 2015 and 2016; and John Brennan’s “electronic communication’ results to the FBI in July 2016 that kicked off the counterintelligence operation against candidate Trump known as Crossfire Hurricane.

Additionally, there is clearly some recording of Papadopoulos and/or transcript of Papadopoulos engaging with CIA and FBI assets (spies) that Trey Gowdy has claimed to be “very exculpatory” toward any claim that Papadopoulos was doing anything wrong. Those transcripts are possibly part of the AG Barr’s declassification directive.

Remember, back in May Devin Nunes told AG Barr something was going on:

(Via Fox News) “He is the first person that we know of on earth that supposedly knows something about the Russians having Hillary’s emails,” Nunes, R-Calif., said on “Fox News @ Night.”

“He has since denied that but (Special Counsel Robert) Mueller in his report claimed that Mifsud – or insinuated that Mifsud – was some sort of Russian asset. We know that this is not the case. In fact, we know that he was in the U.S. Capitol… just steps away from an intelligence committee.”

[…] Nunes, a ranking member on the House Intelligence Committee, told Fox News that the has sent letters this month to the CIA, FBI, NSA and the State Department asking for documents tied to Mifsud. He said all of the agencies except one – the FBI – have cooperated with his request.

He then made the leap, “The FBI is not cooperating, per usual, which means they’ve got something to hide.”

“It is impossible that Mifsud is a Russian asset,” Nunes added. “He is a former diplomat with the Malta government. He lived in Italy. He worked and taught FBI, trained FBI officials, and worked with FBI officials.” (read more – w/ video)

Whoops.

Someone at the CIA is nervous….

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323 Responses to Assisted Suicide Avoidance – John Brennan Intel Asset Joseph Mifsud “Gave Audio Tape Deposition Before Going Into Hiding”…

  1. David A says:

    Does the attorney have the audios tape where “Mifsud admitted to being a western intelligence asset who was part of a CIA intelligence “operation” against candidate Donald Trump in March 2016.”

    If proven does this force indictments – prosecution?

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    • bertdilbert says:

      Looks like Mifsud left a dead man switch long before Epstein. Comey did as well with his numerous memos. I would imagine that there are others that have them at this point.

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      • chojun says:

        I’m certain Epstein did, too.

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        • deeperinfo says:

          What good is a deadman’s switch if one is dead. I though the idea was to Prevent assisted suicide.
          Mifsud was smart to hide. Epstein’s attorney should have pressed harder for more protective incarceration, camping at the jailhouse door if necessary to raise visibility.
          If a billionaire can’t survive till trial, what chance does any ordinary Vince, Seth or Ambassador have to avoid institutional assisted suicide!?!

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          • Matt Bracken says:

            “What good is a deadman’s switch if one is dead.”
            It removes some value from killing or “accidenting” or “instant heart-attacking” you.
            But there is also the matter of discouraging others from doing the same in the future.

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            • LULU says:

              Joe DiGenova said that Mifsud had already been interviewed by both IG Horowitz and John Durham… Another source said that Mifsud was eager to talk. Tired of hiding.

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            • cali says:

              @Matt Bracken: ^^^^^^^^^This!

              It’s not Mifsud who should worry but the other creature as pictured.

              The jig is up and we’ll get a waterfall rolling downhill each one has a name and did their part hoping but ailed to destroy, malign, label and in their mind – remove our president.

              Remember: “They never thought she would lose!

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              • Pedro Morales says:

                Good info, but what can be proven? The plotters seem quite comfortable and do not seem to fear indictments. They write books, are hired pundits on CNN, write op-eds in WAPO/ NYT, and lambast potus45 24/7 from their Twitter accounts. Is that fear? Is that concern? Nope! Because they all have plausible deniability and the defense that they were just doing their jobs. Everyone downstream from Brennan and the CIA will say, “look we had to take these allegation seriously. We could not look the other way. Cripes, we got the info from the CIA! How were we to know it was a setup by Brennan? Better to make sure Trump was not being blackmailed. Too much was at stake. We may have been overly aggressive, but we had to be. We had to rely on the intelligence we got from Brennan/CIA on the EC. We never knew Misfud and Halper were trying to setup Trump. We thought they were engaging in legit surveillance.”

                Using the dossier, Steele, and Simpson will be chalked up to rule/procedure breaking (not law breaking) and being overly aggressive. “Yeah, we should not have used Steele or Simpson but we honestly thought their research was good. Sure they were biased, but the info still looked good and checked out in certain areas. Our procedures failed.” The only one in some difficulty seems to be Brennan. He basically manufactured a frame job to make it appear that Page and Pappy were dealing with Russian agents to get dirt on hillary. Instead, Brennan sent in his own team to frame them and get a false predicate to start a FISA and FBI investigation.

                Misfud mentions emails to an unsuspecting Pappy. Halper comes in to then innocently question Pappy about emails. Pappy repeats the conversation that he had with Misfud. Boom! Brennan has misfud plant a fake seed, halper has the mark repeat it back to him, and then the CIA uses their own conversation to set up Pappy. Now that is provable entrapment. that is a provable set up. That is a provable conspiracy to mislead the FISA court. that is a provable case of starting a counter intelligence investigation without probable cause or a legal predicate. The entire predicate is what can be proven to be a crime. I am glad that Barr keeps focusing on this from Day 1. He is going right after what can be proven. Barr is not getting bogged down in all the procedural breakdowns that Chris Wray will explain away. This was a Brennan operation. Yes, Comey, clapper, and Lynch willfully ignored it. they invoked the Mamet Principle and played along with Brennan’s charade. Brennan gave them the excuse to go after Trump. If Barr and Durham focus on Brennan its like focusing on an illegal search warrant–EVERYTHING FALLS APART!!!. You dont have to explain anything afterwards. You dont have to get in the weeds. The public can not understand all of Sundance’s nuances and cast of characters. Any 12 year old can understand- The CIA setup the Trump campaign.

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            • I would submit that effing John Brennan is Agent Zero. He’s the one who set this whole conspiracy in motion …. most assuredly having been given his marching orders from President Obama, Valerie Jarrett & Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton!

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          • richard verney says:

            Epstein should promptly have given a deposition to his attorney, detailing all the wealthy elites/political palyers that he has been involved with, and what he has on them.

            Epstein’s lawyer should then have made it known publically, that this deposition is covered by client/attorney privilege, so long as Epstein is alive, but in the event of Epstein’s demise, it will be made public.

            Then that would have protected Epstein. Why take this info to one’s grave. If you are going down, why not take others down with you.

            The knowledge of this evidence, might persuade the elites/politicians to assist Epstein in a lighter sentence, who knows to succeed in his double jeopardy defence.

            Epstein was at best naive, but more likely just plain stupid. The same goes to his lawyers who should have adviseed him on the necessity of creating such a deposition ASAP, and getting it known that it exists. Of course, that would expose the lawyers to risks but if there are multiple copies in multiple places, that could have protected them.

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          • Deeper- EXACTLY. Good point.

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          • chojun says:

            The Soviet Union invested heavily in “dead hand” or “fail deadly” systems which were part of their nuclear deterrent.

            Consequence is always part of an actor’s decision calculus and if one were to suffer irreparable harm as a result of suiciding someone then they may be deterred.

            I doubt it would have worked in Epstein’s case and it certainly did in Mifsud’s. Many of the Clintons’ strongest accusers have survived by becoming public figures.

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        • David A says:

          It did not take long to lose the thread of Sundance’s post.

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      • wendy forward says:

        It’s John LeCarre without the glamour and great acting.

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      • Elle says:

        I believe Strzok and/or Page did as well with their texts. Every detail recorded.

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      • Dances with Wolverines says:

        What good is a dead man switch if the evidence goes either to the DOJ or to the media who will just hide it?

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        • YY4U says:

          I was wondering the same thing Dances…Sundance has done a yeoman’s job of putting this together. All DOJ would have to do is follow the thread and accumulate the hard evidence. So we’re still dancing around three years later (it started in 2016). What I see going on — and I’ve posted before — is the”good guys” if there are any are fearful that if we the people see just how corrupt our fed. government is, we’ll rebel. They think they’re doing us a favor. Meanwhile the termites are eating the house from the inside out.

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      • haruspex says:

        Who is in possession of those “tapes”? It won’t matter because chain of custody will be called into question. My final hope for all this delay is because Trump et al are waiting for HRC to throw her hat in once she ties up loose ends (Biden) and drops all this evidence…one can hope

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        • jnr2d2 says:

          Chain of custody is no problem. Lawyers do notary’s, and digital watermarks, and “frozen and un-editable ” documents all the time. Do both docs and a video.

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      • mortgagesforthemasses says:

        “Carlos Danger” AKA Anthony Wiener and his wife. They called the file an insurance policy. You can bet they still have flash drives of the files on the laptop held by the FBI.

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    • Daniel says:

      It proves everything done to Trump and his campaign was a setup from the beginning. Proof positive. They were not acting on credible evidence or even anonymous tips. So yes, it was a completely malicious use of government powers and authority.

      Does it lead to indictments and prosecution? We can only say we hope so.

      But in addition to all of that, I want to see Brennan and others to publicly state they did all of this and to state the reasons why. Better still if they were their final words before the sentence for treason is properly carried out.

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  2. TreeClimber says:

    So do we think Barr is doing his job, or not, and does the other side think he is or not? We’re ticked he’s being slow and they’re jumpy, so what gives?

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    • Scott says:

      No one knows what Barr is doing/not doing. That makes both sides wonder what the hell is going on. I think there is enough for the coup plotters to be a bit nervous wondering who will snitch first or be indicted first. For us, we are getting nervous/frustrated that nothing seems to be happening. Neither can truly exist. It’s one or the other.

      We just don’t know if indictments are coming or if we get the shaft again.

      One thing for sure I don’t like: general talk about not letting this happen again which could mean simply changing policies and “oversight” instead of prison time.

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    • The Devilbat says:

      Right now it’s just another guessing game. We have seen zero indictments which in my mind indicates that everyone is simply playing for time. I do NOT trust Barr.

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      • Peppurr says:

        I don;t trust Barr either. He wants to protect the institutions, yet, as I see it, these are not a renovation. They are knock downs.

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    • Dutchman says:

      My thinking, is SOME entities, probably including Nunes, either are NOT confident in Barr disclosing it all, or are confident he won’t, and so keep giving him a poke, every so often.
      Perhaps Barr is encountering unbelievable resistance, and so this other entity is ‘helping’ him.

      The Swamp is murky and fetid, hard to discern who is who, and what is what.

      But SOMEBODY is definetly pushing for disclosure, and obviously somebodies are resisting.

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      • Max Friedman says:

        The question is “Who” are the “somebodies” who are resisting AG Barr’s requests? The same for those in the State Department who are slow-rolling FOIA requests, as well as those in the FBI (What the hell is Wray doing besides sitting on his chair? A good FBI director would have heads on pikes, pensions locked up, and people fired as well as put under subpoenas by DOJ for refusing to do their job or for obstruction of a federal investigation).

        Just by way of background, I’m a former FBI CI from the 60’s (re Hanoi operations in the US as well as the first inklings of the rise of the Weathermen movement). When Congress asked my to testify, they said to bring all my documents/notes, etc with me to the Executive Session hearing. They did not say that I could slow-roll my bringing them in at various times in dribs and drabs.

        This Senate Committee was run by professionals, not the Keystone Cops.

        Somebody has got to take charge at DOJ/FBI, State, NSA, DNI, CIA, etc. and “make” their employees do their jobs or else get fired, have their pensions locked, and have grand jury subpoenas issued to get them to talk (or do time).

        Too much is at stake regarding the future of our democracy and Constitution. Time to take “total action”, not namby-pamby bits of action here and there.

        Oh, and just as a bragging rights addendum, I worked under the jurisdiction of one of the most famous FBI counter-intelligence agents in the game, and was asked to, and did, have lunch with William Sullivan, one of the top 5 FBI Assistant Directors for Counter-Intelligence, about what I saw and heard during my year undercover. I talked, he listened, and I know that he was acting against our enemies (both foreign and domestic) during the time I was undercover.

        What the hell are our leaders doing today? Lunatics like Rep. Nadler, Schiff, Swalswell, Cummings, etc. are running the asylum instead of being in one. Time to turn this around.

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        • OSP says:

          Max, I think a lot of Communist/Globalist saboteurs have infiltrated pretty much every level of these agencies since your experience.

          Liked by 23 people

          • jeff montanye says:

            likud mossad as well (epstein was intelligence and untouchable according to acosta).

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          • LEET says:

            OSP:

            There is certainly evidence of that very idea of communist ideology infiltrating our government.

            Diana West wrote the book, The Red Thread about it . Stefan Molyneux interviewed the author about the book. Definitely worth the time to listen.

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          • YvonneMarie says:

            Bingo !

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          • jnr2d2 says:

            Yep. I was at NSA at that same time period. True, passionate Patriots all. Not so much today with all the “outsourcing” to private contractors – who have been the source of all the big “leaks” in the last few years.

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          • Herbert Kroll says:

            There is a clear pattern going on. The same pattern that you find in the media, at universities and in politics. ‘Çulture’ comes down to defining what or who is ‘evil’ and what or who is supposedly ‘good’. Nowadays, ‘Thou shalt not commit bigotry’ is not just the eleventh commandment, but the New Commandment that overrides all others. Virtue is measured in how ‘progressive’ your standpoints are on race, sexuality and gender.
            Whenever and wherever the Eleventh Commandment becomes the rule, there will be a fast track for infiltration and elimination of your political enemies.
            This is how this is done within the Intelligence Community:
            https://www.intelligence.gov/index.php/careers/career-news/835-hundreds-of-intel-community-members-show-pride-at-2018-lgbta-summit

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        • CM-TX says:

          You’re hired! Tell Wray his worthless services are no longer needed. He can lock the door on the way out, & should leave his key. Then let the reckoning commence on those remaining, based upon their past performance. Immediate firings for any that resist.
          Good luck! 😉

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        • Dutchman says:

          Well, Max
          This ain’t your Dads FBI, ti borrow an old line about Oldsmobile?,..or was it Plymouth?
          This ain’t the FBI you were in.
          My suspision; after 911, the FBI and CIA were told to play nice, together. Prior to that, they famously,…hadn’t.

          You know how the,founders divided power; reason their are,2 Houses of,Congress is because they feared power and authority to write laws was inherently stronger than executive or legislative.

          With CIA and FBI in a divided state, it followed same principle, but after 911, they merged somewhat.

          If you prefer, you could say the FBI got ‘infected’, with close contact with CIA.

          McCabe and Stroxz were counter intel, and at least liassd with CIA, some suspect were both FBI AND CIA.

          Power corrupts, absolute power corrupts absolutely.

          Special powers and authorities are granted to CIA, but they are prohibited from operating in U.S.
          With MOU between CIA and FBI, after Hoover and under Mueller, powers and authorities not granted to FBI, became available.
          And, people at the top, got corrupted. I THINK thats what happened.

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        • Firefly says:

          Thanks for your insight. President Trump gave Barr all the authority he had. Acting AG Whitaker spoke like he was just the hired help. Barr has been running around promoting Comey’s back door encryption keys – saying the citizens should accept the risk.

          It looks like the plan is to cop to the very limited hangout of this all being political espionage. The fact is the patriot act gave the fbi broad authority without needing proof of true facts. The ALCU was right on when they wrote up all their concerns and predicted that the FBI would do this. The political espionage talk is just to limit and legal changes to elections/political against campaigns. Even Trump is saying this shouldn’t happen to any president. They’re not saying this shouldn’t happen to anyone.

          If Barr and PTrump were concerned about everyone they wouldn’t be pushing for the back door encryption keys without some sort to protections for the people- instead Barr stated the citizens should just accept the risks. To some extent Barr is running the show- even has his son in law ias legal counsel to Trump. Trump has deferred everything to Barr.

          We still have some sort of standoff still going on. lunatics are running things. Either Barr is powerless or Barr is corrupt working a very limited hangout. Trump gave him total authority to declassify. There’s a lot of ugly stuff going on behind the scenes that we don’t know/understand yet. I’ve fundamentally don’t know who’s in charge.

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        • snellvillebob says:

          The FBI keeps redacting words, sentences and even entire pages to prevent showing their tactics and injuring innocent people. Has it ever occurred to anyone that the tactics they are covering up might be criminal activity, and those innocent people are not so innocent?

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        • Max- thanks for an excellent and informative post.

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      • raptors2020 says:

        Large portions of the DOJ (Jessie Liu?) strongly oppose prosecutions of government officials for misfeasance or nonfeasance. In other words, short of violence or taking bribes, bureaucrats should always get the benefit of the doubt. In our case, lying to the FISA court that the Steele Dossier was verified is not sufficiently criminal. I believe Sundance had an article about a DOJ lawyer who testified to Congress exactly that.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Well, but large portions of the DOJ are conmunist embeds, too.
          Oh, and the ones who believe as you say?,….yeah they are WRONG.
          Do they prosecute civilians under the same standards?
          “Unless commiting violence, or paying bribes to government officials, we decline to prosecute”?
          “We give such citisens the ‘benefit of the doubt'”???
          WTF, if THATS the case, maybe I should come out of retirement?
          Burglary isn’t,violent, and it isn’t bribing anyone, either!

          Oh, and McCabe clearly took bribe, so did Comey, so that standard doesn’t even hold.

          Since I believe these guys did seth rich, and epstien, the violence thing doesn’t hold, either.
          These guys may have literally gotten away with murder. They have blackmail material on too many powerful people.

          Jessie Liu is a cleaner, akways has been. Its a BIG club, and we ain’t IN it!

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          • Ghost says:

            @ Dutchman:
            Dutchman says:
            “ WTF, if THATS the case, maybe I should come out of retirement?
            Burglary isn’t,violent, and it isn’t bribing anyone, either! “

            I would rather you didn’t, even when I disagree with you on occasion,rarely, I would miss perusing your posts. If you got caught.
            😎

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            • Dutchman says:

              Oh, I wouldn’t get caught. I was GOOD, back in the day. Never got caught, with the actual burglary, it was AFTERWARDS, turning the stolen goods to cash, that was where I got ‘caught’. And I’m older and wiser now, so would be pretty formidable.

              But, its not fear of the Cops and Courts that keeps me in the straight and narrow, but fear of GOD, and the love and grace of Jesus Christ.

              So, appreciate your kind words, but as,I’m sure you know, I WAS being rhetorical.

              Serious point, though. There HAS been a major degradation in respect for the rule of law, and these nefarious n’er do wells, with their manipulations are only contributing to that.

              If citisens lose faith in the administration of Justice, they are likely to think “Why not”?

              BAD for our country, and society..stand at any major intersection, in any large city, with a hand counter (you’ll NEED it). Count the # of traffic infractions in 5 minutes, which if your hands are like mine, is about all you can do before your thumb cramps.

              Not good!

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        • wlbeattie says:

          Thanks for the wake-up shake raptor2020 …

          Earlier today I read a @TheLastRefuge2 tweet similar to some of their earlier ones regarding Lindsey Graham being interviewed by Maria Bartaromo (+ associated #CTH articles).

          In the tweet’s header-video, Lindsey Graham said something that rang an alarm bell in head!

          So I’ve just gone back and transcribed the lines…
          …”
          2:35 …My job is to
          2:36 Make sure this never happens again
          2:38 Change FISA to prevent this happening again
          🚨2:44 Do we need to have rules about Counter Intelligence being opened against Politicians🚨
          2:49 Do we need to restructure the DOJ
          “…

          Maybe his wording was a bit off … but … ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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          • jeff montanye says:

            lindsay graham wears many cloaks and says many things but, at the end of the day, he is swamp imo.

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          • Dixie says:

            Sounds like Lindsey Graham is fearful of assisted suicide himself when he said “whoa whoa whoa, Maria….I’m not THAT curious.” Sounds like he has his reasons to be scared of John Brennan. IMO, Brennan is the #1 boogyman.

            Then followed by speculation about protecting politicians from counter intelligence? Where is suspicious cat?

            That is INFURIATING!

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        • Anne says:

          Ted Stevens was a government official. Steve Stockman was a government official. Carter Page was an FBI informant. Micael Flynn was a government employee. No problem with the DOJ going after all of them. Apparently the “failure to indict” only applies to Democrats, even with a Republican President.

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      • AustinHoldout says:

        Maybe the obnoxious WaPo article, which was blatant in its attempt to paint Trump supporters as purveyors of fake conspiracy theories about Mifsud, tipped off John Solomon. Solomon may be getting leaks from the good guys, but it sounds like this disclosure came from Soloman seeking out Mifsud’s spokesperson. Or maybe Mifsud’s guy reached out to Soloman to protect Mifsud.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Commented before, but bears repeating; We are so happy to see any ‘mainstream’ reporters covering the big Ugly, but ALL if them are subject to being manipulated by the “black hats”.
          so, Solomon, Herridge, Hannity, Etc. ALL of them can have sources feeding them false info, or ‘spun’ info.
          Since we don’t know WHO these anonymous sources are, we have no way ti evaluate it.

          The famous deep throat, for example, apperently was p.o.’d that he had been passed over for promotion, at least that appears to be the concensus.

          As Sundance points out, they may be leaking a story to “get out in front of it”, there may be, and probably are ‘factions’; could even be FBI pointing finger at CIA, and vice versa.

          Similar to the “some other guy” defence, if I say “It wasn’t ME, it was YOU!” And you say the same, and it can’t be conclusively detirmined which is which, we both ‘skate’.

          So, ANY “Disclosure” like this, from ‘unnamed sources’ HAS to be taken with a 10Lb bag of salt.

          As one example, these stories, saying Durham and Barr are ‘looking into the origins, from march to July, 2016’ MAY be true.
          Or, they COULD be part of a,”Trust the plan” disinfo campaign, to get hopes up, leading to discouragement when nothing happens.

          “I trust nothing I hear, and only 1/2 of what I SEE!”, “Actions speak louder than words”, And “Trust but VERIFY” are necesary.
          Also, set aside our EMOTIONS, and allow critical thinking to kick in; don’t allow ourselves to be ‘conned’ or ‘played’, because we WANT to believe something is true.
          Like a courtroom, without PROOF, it didn’t happen.

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      • TPW says:

        Go back and read PT tweets…….he has been poking the bear as well. He has let Barr know exactly what we all know and what he expects. Going to be very hard when the OIG report comes out and Barr declines to prosecute………That’s when we are going to hear the grumbling get louder. Hope Barr does not decline and if he does he may have his justifiable reasons…..but I am afraid patients has run out.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Not a stickler for spelling, by any means, but I think it is PACIENCE, not Patients, that have run out. Dammit, now I can’t spell it, either, LOL.

          AND, I’m darned if I am gonna turn that stupid auto correct on!
          Anyway, I suspect you have nailed it; ultimately, PDJT is the source of this pressure on Barr.

          He is working through surrogates, like Nunes and publically being very hands off, and expressing confidence in Barr, and even lack of knowledge of details.

          Behind the scenes, he is using Nunes and others like chess pieces. He/they have a nuclear option, best employed after elections, and assuming R’s regain control of the House.

          The “Collins gambit”. Take SD’s list of ‘classified documents’, and read them from House floor, and submit into the record.

          Also, release anonymously to the media. Since POTUS has ultimate authority on classification, he isn’t violating the law by releasing.

          However, if he does it publically, they would try to paint as ‘irresponsible, jeopardising Natl. Security’ b.s.

          So, he has arrows in his quiver, and surrogates working on his behalf.

          And, as he showed with Mueller and Rosie, INFINITE patience.

          I DO NOT think revealing the big ugly is necesary, in order to win in 2020, and could even be counter productive.

          I am content to trust PDJT and God, neither have let me,down.

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Well if Barr is the cover up fixer then he’s spending all his time trying to spackle together a plausible story that explains how

      this all started with PapaD but they didn’t investigate Mifsud while the Steele Dossier had NOTHING to do with the investigation and it’s simply a coincidence that Mueller’s scope INCLUDED some of the dossier leads but others were out of his “purview”.

      Oh and there happens to be NO RUSSIANS in the Russian collusion investigation except the one that worked for FusionGPS…..but Mueller didn’t even know who FusionGPS was because…again…. it was out of his “purview”

      So…….good luck with that Bondo Bill.
      I like my bullshit with a heaping helping of horseshit on the side.

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  3. Republicanvet91 says:

    This explains why Brennan was sniveling on Twitter about POTUS being a stain on our nation.

    Yes, I want to see him prosecuted. His slowly twisting in the wind is delicious though.

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    • The Devilbat says:

      Brennan is a stain in his own underwear.

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      • wendy forward says:

        :).

        Mom and I were talking about all this over dinner. We agreed Brennan is the ideal target because he’s so repulsive. No sane person will shed any tears over Brennan.

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        • TPW says:

          Gosh I wish I could say I would be satisfied with taking Brennan down. But This has to be Justice served to all parties involved. NO ONE should be able to skirt the law and if Obama is guilty ….he and who ever he is serving need to come down. Otherwise we will still be in jeopardy of losing our country and our children in losing their freedom. This is our time to step up to the plate. To be the Paul Reveres….not to be corny but it is that important. To not take this seriously is to belittle ALL the people who gave their all for our existence…..really sad to think about.

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        • JE says:

          Brennan had a boss and his boss had a boss and there ain’t no damn way those two didn’t know what was going on as well!

          Brennan, Clapper, Comey and Obama all need to be charged with Conspiracy against the United States….and anything else that can be dug up in the course of these investigations.

          They all deserve to spend the rest of their lives in prison…if not swinging from a gallows erected on the steps of Capitol Hill

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        • Hutzpa says:

          They are afraid of what Brennan can spill to save himself. Two edge sword!! Seems he’s more an assisted suicide candidate for the safety of many others.

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      • A skidmark on life’s BVD’s.

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    • Betty says:

      Brennan is a vicious man with no loyalties, if he goes down, like Hillary, he will take the whole swamp with him – And they both probably have dead man switches.

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  4. Linus in W.PA. says:

    Rip the lid off this vile hive!!!!

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  5. JoeMeek says:

    I am having a tough time deciding whether the FBI is the biggest pile of human garbage on the planet, with the CIA a close second, or if it’s the CIA that’s the biggest pile of human garbage on the planet, with the FBI a close second..

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    • Scott says:

      You are leaving out the State Department and the Senate Committee on Intelligence.

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    • mike says:

      CIA has probably whacked a lot more people in/from the US. Might need to consider JFK. CIA assets vs FBI roles ….

      Without US citizenships, CIA is clearly the murderous “winner”, despite all of FBI’s bad habits.

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    • jebg46 says:

      Don’t leave out the corrupt DOJ that keeps refusing to prosecute! They all are despicable.

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      • deeperinfo says:

        Hey, nobody got some love for our State Department?
        one can get killed in that job, even Ambassadors.
        or, oops, blow the cover of our good Chinese spy’s by using private illegal unsecure email server.
        Was it $6 or $7 BILLION that went “missing” on her watch? Not that it matters.

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        • wendy forward says:

          The DOS is definitely a PileOS and was long before HRC’s tenure. Here’s a lovely bedtime story for those of you still awake.

          One of my best friends in my Foreign Service class became a hostage in Iran. This is how it happened.

          He was originally assigned to Afghanistan, then Ambassador Dubs was killed. He had been taking Farsi at the language school. They didn’t want to waste the money they spent teaching him Farsi or start over with another language-ignoring the fact he already was very skilled in French-so they sent him to the other s***hole where Farsi is the main language-Iran-AFTER THE KHOMENI REVOLUTION. He came into the job very battered and believed the BS they handed out that if you refused an assignment you got fired (as an aside, another Junior Officer refused assignment to Iran. He is now the Ambassador to Turkey). So he went and became a hostage.

          The story has a good ending though. After Reagan won and they were released, my friend had grown a set. He knew that if he survived the Iranians the USG would be easy pickins. So he and some of the others filed a ginormous suit against the gov and of course got an awesome settlement. When I reconnected with him in DC he was trying to decide whether to stay on or go to law school. He had been accepted by all the top law schools and was in pretty good shape emotionally. I of course advised him to quit which I did myself after a year and a half.

          Fast forward to about five years later. I was in law school and stopped in DC for a visit with other friends on the way to a two-week trip to the USSR. I called the State Department for another friend who I was planning on getting together with in DC. The guy who answered the phone turned out to be my hostage friend. When I asked him why he was still there and why not in law school he told me the offer to stay was so sweet he couldn’t refuse. They sent him to France where he met and married a French girl (I said “I hope you demanded they fly you on the Concorde”) and last I saw was Ambassador to Chad. Unfortunately he was unable to join our get together so I never saw him again.

          The moral of this story is the government only does the right thing when you have their ass in a sling.

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          • jeff montanye says:

            and trump does. this was done to him. it is the right thing to do. it will get him reelected. how can he fail us? scaliattack? ricin in the rice?

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    • jmulcahy says:

      The DOJ, the FBI’s parent, is stinkier than the FBI. It is stacked with highly partisan Democrats. There is partisan justice in America today.

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    • CM-TX says:

      FWIW: Back in 2017, I was told (via unconventional means) “CIA is bad!” … & something about it’s “CIA -vs- FBI.”
      What that means? I’ve NO idea. It was during many things I couldn’t explain– then or now.

      But you’re welcome to add it to your calculation.😏

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      • diogenes says:

        When you’re a Nazi, the Communists are bad. When you’re a Communist the Nazis are bad. When you’re neither a Communist nor a Nazi you want the whole bloody lot of them shot out of hand. I leave it as an exercise for the reader which pack of scum-sucking traitors are the Nazis and which are the Communists.

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      • Linda K. says:

        It is Brennan vs Comey. Who will be the fall guy for this fiasco? It looks like Brennan to me, although I am sure they are equally guilty. Comey can say he “believed” the intel he got from the CIA and Brennan, of course, was in charge of creating it.

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    • Bubby says:

      Joe to me the FBI is nothing more than a collection of garbage men doing clean up for the deep state like they did for Hillary. Not only did they not investigate her they helped her destroy evidence! Garbage men everyone of them. The corruption at the top has seeped down to the field! Get rid of them all!

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Who cares as long as I get my Government Healthcare….

      I hear they’re doing a beta test with some guy in NYC.

      Like any good experiment they’re eliminating as many variables as possible
      by putting him alone….
      in a cage….

      wearing paper panties.

      Fingers crossed…..

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  6. Lee Moore says:

    The entire WaPo article is fraught with highly manipulated narrative engineering intended to cloud the fact that clear evidence exists that Professor Mifsud’s engagement with George Papadopoulos was directed by some entity other than Mifsud.

    I think you’d get agreement all along the spectrum from Rachel Maddow to Dan Bongino that Mifsud was being directed by somebody, not paddling his own canoe. The question is not whether he was working for someone else, but who it was that he was working for.

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  7. As a man thinkth says:

    Great work Sundance….

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  8. AustinPrisoner says:

    Have yet to read a comprehensive biographical news article about John Brennan. I know he studied at UT Austin and that’s about it. How does his psychology explain his political motivations, early Communist allegiance, devotion to Obama, and alleged conversion to Islam? Does he have an official religion, even if it’s secularism? Where did he come from and how did he ascend (seemingly) so quickly?

    Do we know if Mifsud is alive today?

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    • Scott says:

      If there is a lawyer speaking for Misfud, my guess is Musfud is indeed alive.

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    • Dutchman says:

      I see.m to recall Brennan was an analyst, and was assigned to give Obama his daily briefings, and it was Obama who greased his rapid ascent.
      Probably exchanged the secret CCP handshake, and the deal was done.

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    • CountryDoc says:

      What motivates people to convert to Islam? What is the effect? What is the benefit?
      Every time I hear of Brennan’s conversion to Islam my suspicious cat paws me in the face.

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      • boogywstew says:

        You might see men who hate women being attracted to Islam. I can’t see the attraction for women unless they love being a doormat.

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        • I would say it is largely a matter of “jumping from the frying pan into the fire” in one’s deepest personal beliefs. That is to say, they have fundamentally lost faith in in what they grew up with, or the prevailing beliefs of their society, have become all too aware, and critical, of weaknesses and/or falsehoods in those beliefs, and are therefore vulnerable to a spiritual con, like Islam or Scientology, or any other fundamentally false cult. It’s a matter of becoming actually antagonistic towards one’s former beliefs, inculcated falsely by mere socialization as it were instead of deep self-understanding, and falling for the first good-looking spiritual scam that they wander into on their feckless life’s path. They then become mere cult followers, and, if they continue to merely surf through life without regard for a solid anchor of truth, have sold their soul for a pittance, and a lie.

          That is just off the top of my head, as it were, an extemporaneous explanation.

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      • jx says:

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        • jx says:

          I didn’t realize it would bring in the document, I only wanted to post a link. Sorry.

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          • Dixie says:

            I think that is good to have. I want to read more about that SOB. If it didn’t have 113 pages in it, I’d be reading it right now. As it is, it’ll have to wait until later but I will come back to it. So thank you…..

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    • wendy forward says:

      Another reason to hate UT Austin. I’m still traumatized over them beating USC in the national championship game in 2006.

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    • beach lover says:

      You have to assume if Solomon and others are talking to his lawyer, Mifsud is still among the breathing. He has done a pretty good job of hiding for a couple years now.

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    • saywhat64 says:

      John Brennan’s former company right before obama’s first election scrubbed all of obama’s passport records. His company accessed Mc Cain and H clinton’s passport records also, to give cover for the real mission to scrub obama’s records. Brennan was ground zero in covering up obama’s flawed eligibility and citizenship issues. I believe Brennan is right in the middle of the forged Birth certificate that was released on the WhiteHouse dot gov account just prior to the 2012 election. These issues alone gave Brennan total control over obama and explains his rapid rise to the top of the power structure within the obama administration. Also goes a long way in explaining his role within the whole spygate affair. They were scared to death of a Trump presidency and Trump needed to be destroyed before he could expose corruption, criminality and conspiracy to deceive by the Brennan/obama cartel…

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      • To me, the “issue” of Obama’s birthplace had to be settled, finally and legally, in order that he could do his job – and, it was. To my satisfaction, anyway. By that point he was in the White House and he could remain there.

        So he went on to serve two terms … and, little did we know

        Maybe very soon he’ll serve another two terms in prison.

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        • B Woodward says:

          The issue of Obama’s birthplace was conclusively settled by Sheriff Joe Arpaio. His investigation proved forensically that Obama’s long form birth certificate was nothing more than a crude forgery. Sheriff Joe said, “Upon close examination of the evidence, it is my belief that forgery and fraud was likely committed in key identity documents including President Obama’s long-form birth certificate, his Selective Service Registration card, and his Social Security number…. There is no other credible proof supporting the idea or belief that this President was born in Hawaii, or in the United States for that matter.

          The US Senate essentially confirmed that Obama was not a natural born citizen as required by the US Constitution. pResident Obama fails the same standard specified in Senate Resolution 511 that Senator Obama sponsored to vet Senator McCain. S 511 stated that whereas John Sidney McCain III was born to American citizen parents on US soil (an American military base), it was therefore resolved that John Sidney McCain, III, is a natural born citizen under Article II, Section 1, of the Constitution. Obama was not born to US citizen parents. Obama’s father never a US citizen; he was a British subject (and so are Obama Sr’s children). Therefore Obama fails the natural born citizen standard.

          Obama is a usurper. Constitutional expert Dr. Edwin Vieira states, “If Obama is not a natural born citizen he is simply not eligible for “the Office of President” (Article II, Section 1, Clause 4). That being so, he cannot be “elected” by the voters, by the Electoral College, or by the House of Representatives. And with his oath of office “being perjured from the beginning, Obama’s every subsequent act in the usurped “Office of President” will be a criminal offense under Title 18, United States Code, Section 242. …. Just about everything that was done during his faux “tenure in office” by anyone connected with the Executive Branch of the General Government, and quite a bit done by the Legislative Branch and perhaps the Judicial Branch as well, would be arguably illegitimate and subject to being overturned when a constitutional President was finally installed in office.
          http://www.newswithviews.com/Vieira/edwin269.htm

          President Trump is holding a tremendous trump card. With a stroke of a pen he could void just about everything the usurper did for eight years, including invalidating the legislation the usurper signed as well as the usurper’s judicial appointments. Let the prosecution for the offenses under Title 18, USC Section 242 begin.

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          • saywhat64 says:

            Once obama was elected it was on Congress to invalidate, not the courts. At least that is what the courts that opined in the few related cases that were forced upon them. For that reason it is highly unlikely that all obama’s actions could ever be undone because of this issue.

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  9. Elric VIII says:

    In the last photo Brennan seems to be his usual sneering self, but Gina Haspel looks genuinely nervous. Her face shows it, and look at her fingers. Her right hand, especially, and is that long sleeve covering something? . It looks almost like a hook. Does she have something physically wrong with it, or is it nerves? Personally, if Brennan was walking behind me I would be very nervous.

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  10. Bogeyfree says:

    It would be great if PapaD read CTH and jumped in with his thoughts on all this.

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  11. Terry says:

    George Papadopoulos has been saying
    for a while now that the new pro Trump
    government in italy has given up Mifsud
    and is cooperating with the investigation.

    BTW say this video today. Some guy
    named Patrick Byrne, never heard of him
    before.
    Says he was at the center of the whole russia
    collusion hoax and it is all coming out shortly.

    We’ll see I guess.

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      Wow! WTH????

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    • CM-TX says:

      This weird story has been floating around for several weeks. But it’s just not getting the traction whoever was intending.

      When I first read about it, sounded like the girl probably was set up, but also a willing victim. It read like a bad plot for a cheesy spy novel. The guy had no connections to PDJT, so the story wasn’t remotely relevant to the Russian Hoax.
      Basically, the guy slept with a wannabe spy.

      It was touched on recently here:
      https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2019/08/12/quirky-angle-overstock-ceo-patrick-byrne-2016-fbi-activity-was-political-espionage/

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      • beach lover says:

        It’s gonna be interesting when the REAL story starts to be uncovered, and it is safe for those who are tangentially involved start to piece their part into the larger picture. I think we will start to hear from more like this guy.

        No one wants to be on the wrong side if some big names do start to go down. Or it appears they might be exposed. And the fact this guy mentioned that Hillary was being targeted as well as Trump will peak the interest of those that may have been trying to protect anything touching on Hillary.

        Remember… Obama hated Hillary. I wouldnt be surprised if he and his minions didnt try to set her up in a very underhanded way.. only to be shocked that Trump got elected and they had to get him too!

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        • Richard Milhous Obama makes Watergate look puny. Hell, it is puny. How did such a complete destruction of the Rule of Law happen right under our noses?

          Funny – I always thought that Obama was “basically an okay guy,” although a colorless (no pun intended) and generally ineffectual President. If you had told me he would do this, I wouldn’t have believed you.

          And, let’s face it: “why would anyone [bother to] do this?” You’re the President. You’re on Top. Big Cheese. Top Dog. King of the Hill. Why do you need to know the receipt number when the friend of a friend of a friend of your political enemy buys a chicken sandwich for lunch? Why do you need to find that out thousands of times? Then, why did you concoct this fantastically elaborate scheme, involving intelligence agencies around the world including your closest allies, in order to cover up your … obsessiveness? I just don’t get it. “You’re weird, man … No wonder you never accomplished anything useful as President.” 😀

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          • Dixie says:

            You see him in a better light than I do. I always suspected perfidy from that man from DAY ONE.

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          • beach lover says:

            You answered your own question. Obama was a lightweight. He was put there as our first black president.. but never really had the stuff to BE president. He never worked at anything, so why start then? He had people running the country (in the ground) for him, and no doubt running this crap as well. But he did worry Hillary might ruin it for him. Or rather, I can see Val and Mooch on his side ranting about it.

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      • rashomon says:

        “Cheesy” — haven’t heard the word in years, but it fits the dtsgecraft of this particular cabal so well. I’m bringing it back into my lexicon. Cheesy. Sez so much.

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  12. Jerry Joe says:

    Misfud must be elated after learning the IC community now has a ready, able and willing coroner at its disposal.

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  13. Joemama says:

    So when does Jessie Liu fill out the “decline to prosecute” forms?

    These people are disgusting.

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  14. jus wundrin says:

    “…..professor Mifsud admitted to being a western intelligence asset who was part of a CIA intelligence “operation” against candidate Donald Trump in March 2016.”

    Mewler – “I dont want to talk about that man”

    jus wundrin WHY?

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  15. corkyboyd says:

    Looks like Wray will be replaced, just like Dan Coats was and for the same reason.

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  16. InAz says:

    Hopefully Mifsud made several copies of his recording and all recordings are in safe spots.

    When the Commie Washington Post put out the article on Mifsud it raised my suspicion.

    Thanks to this site I have learned so much, and things to look for. I tell everyone that will listen, but too many think I am crazy and making up things……. Sigh……

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    • Joemama says:

      The truth, in this case, IS much stranger than fiction and so many people are completely unaware of most of it, due to the rampant lying by omission of the cultural marxist media.

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    • Dances with Wolverines says:

      Was telling my neighbor, who is a upper manager for a hospital organ transplant facility, that the Jeffery Epstein’s autopsy was about to be released. Her reply was “Who was Jeffery Epstein?” When I try to explain the things I have learned here to my friends and neighbors, they simply give me a befuddled look as if I might be crazy. sad

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      • beach lover says:

        I hear ya.

        Every now and then I think (dream) what it would have been like to actually have a media like the one during Watergate on this story. I know… we have a few great people on this story, but lets face it. They don’t get coverage on any of the MSM networks… or if they do, they are a token appearance.. and the rest of the panel portray them as whackos.

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        • WRB says:

          I believe we do have a media like the one during Watergate….back then they went after Nixon (R) and today they are going after Trump (R), and doing all they can to hide any corruption on the part of Obama (D).

          But I agree with your point, it would be good if we had an honest, impartial press.

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      • I don’t need that autopsy: it’s easy enough to know how he died. He was a pervert who molested hundreds if not thousands of young women … and both prisoners and prison guards have daughters. He was a marked man the day he was escorted into that facility, and I am frankly very pleased that they gave him what was coming to him. We didn’t need a trial, which would have just become another opportunity for blackmail. There does come a point, in my mind, where the enormity of what you have done – and that you did completely without remorse – forfeits your right to continue living on this planet. “The necessary deed was done,” and I really don’t need to know the details. I can guess well enough. And, I can smile.

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        • Beau Geste says:

          A very busy, very concerned “Mike” is at it again. On this post by Sundance about CIA/FBI/DOJ covering up their illegalities, “Mike” has the chutzpah to deny the importance of an epstein trial to expose the corruption and blackmail activities of the “Deep State”.

          Epstein likely was an “intelligence” asset (above acostas’ pay grade), at least for providing blackmail material to US and foreign “deep state” organizations or others, to control our government.

          “Mike” (whoever they are) asserts the meme that “We didn’t need a trial, which would have just become another opportunity for blackmail.” However, the need for such a trial GREATLY exceeds the conviction and punishment of epstein. The blackmail material, and the identities of those who were, and continue to be, blackmailed for crooked government, are paramount to preservation of our country, “so it never happens again”. .

          “Mike” also asserts a meme that “they (the criminal murderers) gave him what was coming to him”. A very dangerous meme…. against morality, ethics, and the unbiased rule of law.

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        • dawg says:

          So you have no desire to know who he was blackmailing? Evidence of sex crimes against minors that is now probably in the hands of the FBI, and will be kept in order to continue that blackmail? More than likely sitting politicians, judges, etc….You dont think thats pertinent info for the American public to have?

          It doesnt sound like you have really thought this one through.

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  17. jx says:

    Assisted suicide avoidance – bwahahahhaha! Thanks for the laugh!

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  18. Impossible says:

    Incredible update:

    I believe one key to unpacking this is to get former DNI director James Clapper into the mix and on-board (no matter the cost…)

    General Clapper is not an insane political, venom-dripping, operative that Comey/Brennan are; he’s a follow orders and solve problems guy. IMHO he was brought into this and went along with the others; but my former meetings with him clearly indicate that he was generally apolitical.

    It’s so disheartening to see what a two-party system has done to this county. Imagine running a Fortune 100 company where 1/2 the employees spent 80 percent of their time engulfed in an enraged-jealousy of the other half; where not one jot of energy was for improvement of the organization but its destruction. Totally surreal.

    Getting closer but they are running out the clock; it’s time to make a deal with one high-level conspirator.

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    • The Boss says:

      I continue to believe Lisa Page has already cut a deal. Just a hunch. Nothing more than that. She was a weak link IMHO.

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      • Impossible says:

        Boss —Hope so; but she’s not at the “decision-makers” level. I guess the next four months will write the script, no?

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        • The Boss says:

          True that Lisa Page wasn’t a decision maker. But she surely knows plenty from her role as counsel to decision makers. Lots and lots of damaging and damning facts.

          She’s young and has children that I think she’d like to watch grow up. That maternal peace of mind is a great trade for what she knows. I’d be okay if she walks right into witness protection.

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          • beach lover says:

            She was loyal to McCabe. Her affair with Strzok aside, she did know the PLAN. I still am thinking McCabe was let go because he implicated Comey. Comey may have been let off because he will implicate even more pressure by Obama, Lynch and Brennan, Notice we have heard very little about Lynch.. but she had to have been up to her eyeballs in this!

            Clapper’s body language tells how conflicted he was.

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            • Comey wasn’t “let off.” They declined to prosecute a particular IG finding which would have been difficult to try and which was very low-hanging fruit. There’s much, much more rotten fruit elsewhere on Comey’s tree.

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      • jebg46 says:

        If I recall, Lisa Page has young children. After reading her text messages, I got the impression that she had just returned to work, possibly after maternity leave.

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    • Conservative_302 says:

      I keep wondering what the Dem presidential candidates answer will be during a debate when they asked what the dems have accomplished since winning control of Congress. As Elaine said in a Seinfeld episode, “Abolutely nothing”. On this note, I love Trump because he is not a quitter. Come he’ll or high water, he will do anything to fix a problem. I can’t believe he got MX to help police our border. Trump is truly great and has God’s favor.

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  19. ATheoK says:

    I hope brennan is trying to pass bricks. sharp corners sharp edges oversized dry bricks that just don’t flush down EPA approved toilets.
    May his plunger rip and the local store are out of replacements.

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  20. alliwantissometruth says:

    I always smirk at the thought of the guilty reading posts here

    Imagine their eyes bugged out, hands trembling as they read about their exact actions, actions they hid from sight, actions that were never supposed to be exposed

    I’ve got a feeling there’s lot’s of garbage cans filled with soiled underwear out there

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  21. Interested Observer says:

    As bad as Brennan is, Mueller and his team are worse. One did spying which is bad enough, the other ruined peoples lives financially, reputationaly, and threw people in jail based on a scheme.

    They should all rot in jail but none of them will ever be held accountable for this.

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    • Actually, the guilty in spygate will be held accountable as will others in many other areas.

      This ain’t the “bush 5 regime” we have in the Oval Office.

      It just won’t be on your terms.

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    • Betty says:

      “…but none of them will ever be held accountable for this.”

      Please just stop that – They will be held accountable if We The People demand they be held accountable. You remind me of back in the days when commenters would call the political leaders of Congress, like John Boener, Paul Ryan, and Mitch McConnell spineless cavers over an act of unspeakable betrayal, and then just go make supper as if that solved the problem.
      And everyone else just shrugged their shoulders and thought ‘Well, I guess there is nothing we can do about it.”

      Look how Paul Ryan lied to us, look at how he stabbed President Trump in the back, hell look at how he stabbed us all in the back – that was no spineless caver, that was a evil RAT who sold his soul to entities who would make his children indentured servants in the land of their birth. Or peasants whose birthright was given away by their own father because he couldn’t see beyond his big Irish nose.

      So just stop saying they will never be held accountable, start demanding justice for all or your children will be just as screwed as Paul Ryans.

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      • Conservative_302 says:

        Also, we need to have faith in God that he will bring justice. They more people who believe, the more God will give us favor. If God be for us, who can stand against us.

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      • LULU says:

        Well said, Betty. Laptop commandos are big on words, flexing muscles as they tap away. I wonder if they every contact elected representatives with the fire and brimstone they bring here… or is this just flashy talk? Internet performance?

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      • Boots says:

        If the states hadn’t let their militias lapse into history then a collective of 50 states’ militias operating together could have set this right.

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    • littleanniefannie says:

      I think Mueller has at least dementia, maybe Alzheimer’s. A dal was cut with Mrs. Mueller to put his name on the investigation to give it some “R” cred. Weissmann was always in charge. He wrote Mueller’s scripts. He arranged for the attorney to be at his side in Congress. He is responsible for much of the cover-up evil. Heck, he may have been in on the planning shortly after leaving Hillary’s victory celebration. If Weissmann goes down, he brings the whole house of cards down with him, including Nadler, Schiff, Burr and Warner!

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  22. joeknuckles says:

    I hate the use of the term “counterintelligenc” to describe what the bastards were doing. They weren’t countering anything. There has to be a more appropriate term. “Black op”? Wait, that’s racist. “Dirty op”?

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  23. Hmmm... says:

    I am not a huge Lindsey Graham fan but when asked by Maria Bartiromo about Brennan he had a definite look on his face that said to me there is something he knows. Perhaps it’s just him not wanting to be put under pressure to call actual witnesses and hold their feet to the fire but it could be that he is privy to information that Mr Brennan may not be available for a Senate interview for other reasons. I tend to think the latter. He had a brief panic moment as he searched for a good answer that really suggested to me he was more afraid of letting something slip than of over committing to interview Brennan.

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  24. JimInNH says:

    I think that new “Trump’s a racist” mantra is part of an effort to circle the wagons around Obama & his political surveillance schemes.
    A large chunk of black & Dem vote may be in play, but If they can paint Trump for going after BO as as a race issue, then they might just salvage the 2020 election season.
    Our President must understand this already. So, keep both hands on the captain’s wheel POTUS, go after the underlings, & dodge the clashing rocks.

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    • BigTalkers says:

      Good point!

      Regardless, it’s certainly a concerted attempt to change the subject.

      (Which leads me to believe the perps have no more idea what’s coming down than we do.)

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  25. Perot Conservative says:

    But recall, Paul Sperry said a high level CIA person wad cooperating with Barr. Haspel?

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    • Conservative_302 says:

      I doubt Haspel since she was Brennan understudy. All this crap about the me too movement, I’d like to see her do the right thing, but as I just described it in my last sentence, all this pro women/me too movement is just a bunch of crap.

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    • smartyjones1 says:

      Paul Sperry said high level intel official. He did not identify a specific agency.
      If the reference is to his Twitter account some time ago, that is the actual reference.

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  26. There’s not much time left before 2020 elections. Indictments have to start popping this fall if we are to have discovery and exposure in court by Spring. Most of the low level guilty pleas and several confessions need to be in before Summer. I can see judges granting continuances until December 2020.

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  27. Graham Pink says:

    Maybe they should plan a long train trip together.
    Suicide on the Deep State Express.

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  28. steviedawn says:

    I come here, I read these posts, and I’m somewhat hopeful. But, I don’t think Brennan, Comey or McCabe are acting in the least bit as if they’re worried about indictments. I dunno, I hope I’m wrong. The whole thing thing is just so disgusting.

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    • dawg says:

      I dont know. I see that differently. If they were to stay quiet and disappear into the woods, they would appear more guilty. They have to stay in the public, on the offense, in order to appear that they are not scared/not guilty.

      It reminds me of a crude saying we used as kids in certain situations.

      “The smeller’s the feller.” Or, “The one who smelt it is the one who delt it.” The phrase came from the fact that if you were the one committed the act, you might decide to employ the tactic of feigned outrage and disgust, in order to pre-emptively deflect the blame towards others.

      I think its just a basic human defense mechanism. Go on the offense to appear like you are innocent. Just pure psychological projection.

      Thats the way I see these tweets, interviews, books, etc…. from Brennan, Comey, etc…..

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  29. mg says:

    If anyone is Deep State Barr is the man. Useless turd protecting the protected. We are being screwed by this hopeless twit.

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    • Conservative_302 says:

      Beautifully put. We shall see.

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    • It’s called secrecy. We don’t like it because we want leaks. Because we want to know. But everyone in a criminal trial is “presumed innocent” and Jurors must be available who can see the accused “wrapped in a glowing robe of Innocence.” The Judge in the case of the Russian companies ordered the Government to stop saying publicly that they were “associated with the Russian Government” to avoid biasing potential Jurors. Exactly the same concepts apply here. This stuff is criminal evidence in trials that we know are going to be appealed all the way to the top by the very best lawyers in the land. Secrecy is a fundamental part of the legal process at this stage – whether we like it or not. We’re not going to know a damned thing until it actually happens.

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      • LULU says:

        LIKE. Yes, absolutely…

        And we just want to know because….we just want to know…and right now!!!!!

        What would we do with any information? Nothing.

        Mike is right.

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    • Rob says:

      Aside from everything seeming to be taking too long, almost everything Barr has been saying or doing seems to point to him being legit. We need to just wait a little longer, not accuse him of sedition with all the others.

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  30. TradeBait says:

    After all this time and gyrations within the government it still comes back to how many scales of justice there are in the American legal system. Period. The answer reveals our future. More than one is not the right answer for a safe and prosperous nation and world.

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  31. jwoop66 says:

    All I know is indictments better start soon. An indictment now MAY be up for trial by early next year- election year. If Trump doesn’t start hitting hard with the lawfare, all these creeps may go free.

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  32. BigTalkers says:

    The remaining question being…

    Is this DOJ effort simply an academic exercise, or an actual crminal investigation…?

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  33. sDee says:

    “All be cause they just didn’t Like him. All because they just didn’t want him to become President”
    That is Fox spin. Here, in 90 seconds is why they were doing this Maria …………….

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  34. Sharpshorts says:

    He who controls secrets controls the world.
    When everything is secret, anything can be made to appear to be … Every one involved with keeping secrets via clandestine operations has a “dead man switch” … The trick is to set up the dead man switch so that it over rides all the others.

    He with the master switch…wins.

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  35. mr.piddles says:

    “Mifsud, a little-known figure”

    Huh. There’s that phrase again. FNYT labeled Bruce Ohr as “little-known” too. These poor low-level operatives get no respect. No respect at all.

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  36. 8675310 says:

    Remember that AG Barr praises FBI Director Wray. He claims that they are working together. Even while Wray is actively obstructing investigations.

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    • Rob says:

      That’s no different than Trump praising Kim Jong-un or Xi Jinping. It’s an attempt to get them to work together. If/when they eventually get nowhere, then they will start saying mean things and taking harsh methods.

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  37. Conservative_302 says:

    I pray every night for Trump to have protection and favor from God. I believe in the power of prayer. We need Devine intervention here. They more people to trust in God and pray for justice, the more God will hear us and answer our prayers. My trust is in God not man. There’s so much fear and desperation in non believers. I am grateful for my faith. I am convinced whatever justice God delivers is part of God’s plan.

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  38. trapper says:

    Yeah. She was London station chief the whole time Brennan was cooking up and running the counter-Trump operation. Seems someone has some ‘splainin’ to do. Lucy…..

    In all likelihood it actually had little or nothing to do with Trump. Rather than a counter-Trump operation, it was in essence a counter-anyone-but-Hillary operation. Hillary was it, the chosen one. Bought and paid for. They would have tried to take out anyone who got in her way.

    And that leads to the question: who does the US IC work for, and which side is Lucy on? I’m sorry, but running black op sites for waterboarding muslim jihadists and earning the hatred of John McCain in the process all heavily weight the positive side of the ledger, at least to me. Brennan WAS her boss, after all. What’s she gonna say, “no”?.

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    • rmnewt says:

      Trapper, you are hitting on something Maria Bartiromo blows by and excuses as “they just didn’t like him.” For someone as sharp as her to trivialize “the why” is a problem.
      It appears that what we are seeing is a broad based establishment fear of a POTUS they cant control. Even folks like Barr come in and have sympathy for this type of concern.
      As Sundance has reminded us, Trillions are at stake. For our brilliant elites, consider the question: What would people do to maintain and grow their control and power over the country specifically and World events in general?
      Globalists argue the World Wars justify economic dependencies and broad controls via currencies and trade. The EU makes the same point. Both have some merit. However, nationalism is a clear and present danger in their minds. Hence, undermine Trump, violate every principle in the Constitution if necessary to succeed. We know better than the people and the founders. Listening 5 minutes to Comey wreaks of this type of thinking.
      In the short term it almost seems reasonable. Then think of the demise of Rome and every great civilization. Corruption begins the insidious slide.

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  39. Rynn69 says:

    Very bad people have infiltrated the upper levels of our government and they know who they are. Unfortunately for them, they cannot put the genie back in the bottle.

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  40. David Vicknair says:

    “A long-tracked pattern reflects the DOJ and FBI leak their needs to the New York Times. The preferred outlet for the U.S. State Department is CNN; and the Washington Post generally comes out first with leaks in defense of the CIA agenda”

    Well, at least we know who is sleeping with whom.

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  41. Bubby says:

    Halper’s family should put him on an “assisted suicide avoidance” watch! Or Halper could even die of natural causes just like Andrew Breitbart? Either way Halper should be worried. Just a suggestion.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      Halper’s an Old Pro at this crap. The Cabal and it’s supporters and enablers know he won’t give up the goods on them.

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  42. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    According to the WaPo article:

    John Sipher, a former CIA officer who once ran the agency’s Russia operations, called the idea that Mifsud was a CIA asset who set up Papadopoulos “nonsense,” noting that the CIA is not allowed to target Americans.

    NOT.
    ALLOWED.

    So there.

    See…..you’re all a bunch of conspiracy fruit cake nut jobs.

    Well…..
    there was that one time that Brennan’s CiA was infiltrating the Senate Intelligence Committee’s computers…….
    but just that one time

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    • mr.piddles says:

      Translation: John Brennan COULDN’T have broken the law because he’s not ALLOWED to break the law.

      Makes sense. Wonder if this defense has ever been attempted in a court of law. I suspect we’ll see all sorts of this type of nonsense in the near future.

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    • Bubby says:

      Krash just like gun free zones are free of guns!!! They have to be free of guns because there is a law and a sign! Same logic.

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    • Rob says:

      “the CIA is not allowed to target Americans.”

      But, but… An American wasn’t the target! The CIA was protecting Americans! The CIA was targeting Russia, and just checking Americans to see if they were compromised! Sure..

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  43. Les Standard says:

    The clinton-soros-rothschild-obama cabal to rule the world is falling apart and the smell of arkancide is blowing heavy in the wind today……

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    • Joe S says:

      I just wonder if all the talk of the Clinton email server also contains the possibility that her “bathroom” server was connected via a cloud network to Google, Amazon, or some other Intel cloud service so that there would be no need to air gap stuff in…

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  44. sarasotosfan says:

    There are a lot of people caught in this web of lies. To get them all, immunize someone near the front end (Susan Rice) and someone near the Special Counsel’s office (?) and roll up all these bad actors. There are literally dozens who had to commit criminal acts during the course of this criminal conspiracy.

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  45. Coast says:

    “The conversation between Mifsud and Papadopoulos, eventually relayed by an Australian diplomat to U.S. government officials, was cited by special counsel Robert S. Mueller IIIas the event that set in motion the FBI probe…”

    So basically Brennan owes the American People the cost of the Mueller fake investigation, untold sums to Papadopoulos, untold sums for the Congressional investigations, and untold sums to President Trump. And this guy is still on Twitter?

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  46. balexanchrd says:

    @sundance I think you might have missed a “not” in this sentence….. “…Trey Gowdy has claimed to be “very exculpatory” toward any claim that Papadopoulos was doing anything wrong.”

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  47. Zy says:

    You can almost rank the level of involvement of the coupsters by the audacity of their virtue signaling in their tweets. Cases in point, Brennan and St. Comey.

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  48. Bogeyfree says:

    I wish Sundance would do a thread that consolidates and lists maybe via bullet points all the lies and falsehoods that have now come out about the Mueller Report, Russia Collusion and those who conspired to frame and take down a sitting President.

    The point being is this bullet point list could be easily dispersed out via all the Conservative bloggers to help make everyone more aware and one the same page of these lies and falsehoods.

    In essence this type of factual summary becomes a cheat sheet for all to use to dispute the left’s BS narrative.

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  49. beach lover says:

    Could someone explain something to me that has been bothering me throughout this whole Spygate thing.

    Why was Steele so hell bent on Donald Trump not being President? They all start with that.. but he lives in the UK.. he is a British citizen.. right? So who gives a flip what he thinks? How did he become the one to instigate this mess? OR did he… ?? Was he just a tool used by Brennan? If so, I wish they would quit giving Steele the statis as someone who should have any influence in our elections.. one way or the other!

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    • The Gipper Lives says:

      Communism is International Socialism. They were all campus commies and the Radiant Future puts the glow in their Globalism. Also, by using foreign cut-outs to spy on Americans (who have access to Five Eyes intel), it skirts the prohibition on CIA spying on Americans–now with 100% less paper trail!

      Obama even gave the Brit and Aussie spy chiefs medals for spying on Donald Trump.

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    • Rob says:

      He would have been put up to it, and possibly paid for it, by the Clinton cabal.

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      • beach lover says:

        Of course.. I know that and most of us here know that.. But what no person talking on the news…. or I guess any mention in articles about Steele explain that lapse in the whole story. They always say “he was desperate Trump not be elected”, and my question is, “he is not an American, so why would he give a flip?”

        I KNOW, but I sure wish someone would follow that statement by saying “why was he so desperate”? It makes the point Steele shouldn’t have given a rats patootie who was our president. But if we have a cabal inside our IC that can only work their madness through a foreign source… BINGO.

        I can have an opinion of who I might like to run Britain.. but no one gives me permission to get involved… legally.

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  50. That pre-taped deposition is very interesting. Then he goes on the “lamb”. Must have known it was all a setup and if found out because they couldn’t get PDJT out of office, his ass was grass.

    The photo of Gina Haspel is interesting as well. Wasn’t she in charge of the field office in the UK? Perhaps she helped coordinate some of the illegal spying by the UK, Australia and the rest! Brennan is the head of the snake and Gina who Brennan endorsed, was the belly. Never trusted her and never will!

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    • islandpalmtrees says:

      Note: Haspel was recommended for her position by SSCI. The most corrupt committee in the senate supports Haspel. Speculation: Payoff?

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