Incredible – FBI Blocking Release of Unredacted Text Messages Between Lisa Page and Peter Strzok…

…Every minute spent outraged at what Muller did yesterday, is one minute less that Bill Barr is being held accountable for what he is not doing today…

Judicial Watch is fighting for one of the more critical buckets of “declassified documents” from within Spygate that has never made sense.  This goes to the heart of a two-year-long contention: Why were the Page/Strzok text messages redacted in the first place?  Why are their unredacted text messages being protected?  Who benefits from this roadblock?

The FBI wants to wait until AFTER the 2020 election to release the Lisa Page and Peter Strzok text messages?  Whiskey – Tango – Foxtrot !   Enough.  This alone should be like a million warning flares shooting skyward simultaneously for those who demand justice.

(Judicial Watch Link)

These are critical questions.  Actually, long-standing and unresolved questions that we have carried for two years.  On December 1st, 2017, the day after Michael Flynn signed a coerced guilty plea, the first batch of text messages between Lisa Page and Peter Strzok became public.   Who the hell released them?  Why? …and ultimately what national security issue exists that would require them to be redacted?

These are open, non-encrypted, messages – using government phones – between a DOJ lawyer assigned to former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and FBI Special Agent Peter Strzok.  The content did not travel through protected and/or classified systems. So why were the text messages redacted when they were made public?

No-one has ever answered these questions.  I have more, but those basic questions are the starting point -that creates the foundation of suspicion- of a thoroughly corrupt CURRENT DOJ and FBI set of officials.  FBI Director Christopher Wray, Deputy FBI Director David Bowditch and FBI legal counsel Dana Boente {Go Deep} are at the epicenter of this specific issue.

Do not forget that HPSCI Ranking Member Devin Nunes has already stated publicly that FBI Director Wray and FBI Legal Counsel Dana Boente should face criminal referrals.

Why would those current FBI officials be fighting the public release of those messages?

What functional value was there to give AG Bill Barr declassification authority, if he is going to participate in allowing FBI officials to hide material that shouldn’t even be classified in the first place?

If this in-our-face position doesn’t scream of a cover-up, then nothing does.

We were already forced to accept the bitter pill of DOJ manipulation when DOJ officials, before Bill Barr, intentionally covered-up the openly corrupt behavior of the Senate Intelligence Committee and James Wolfe.  [Details Here]

A branch of the United States government (Legislative) was attempting a coup against the leader of another branch of government (Executive); by using planted and designated corrupt agents within the cabinet… (more)

Now we are supposed to just accept that there is some justifiable reason to hide the Page/Strzok text messages until after the 2020 presidential election?

Oh, hell to the NO !

On May 23rd, 2019, President Donald Trump gave U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr full authority to review and release all of the classified material hidden by the DOJ, FBI, State Department, CIA, FISA Court, and aggregate intelligence apparatus.  It’s been over 90 days…

 

 

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499 Responses to Incredible – FBI Blocking Release of Unredacted Text Messages Between Lisa Page and Peter Strzok…

  1. Tom says:

    I’m thinking strategic releases closer to the election selectively timed to suck all the air out Democrat balloons they’ll attempt to float.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Zorro says:

      I’m thinking that shouts of politicizing close to the election by the Demosocialists and their propagandists preclude that.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Bluto says:

      That was my thought as well but I’ve been hoaxed before.

      Liked by 1 person

    • ms doodlebug says:

      I’ve thought the same and hope there is a strategic reason for the slow-walk to justice. If everything came out now, any shock would have time to wear off. Still, there are so many things happening. How many will/could be taken down by the Epstein exposure? Who in our government is profiting from the drugs and human trafficking at our border? Who is profiting from illegal aliens entering our country? Who in our intelligence agency is the mastermind behind the attempt to overturn our election? Who else is complicit? Who is pushing the movement toward socialism? Maybe we really can’t handle the truth about our government.

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    • desperatelyseekingmelania says:

      In the spring of 1991, GHWB had just won the 1st Gulf War and appeared a lock for re-election. There’s a lesson there somewhere.

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  2. Cheese says:

    Wray,new boss same as the old boss.

    Liked by 12 people

    • Zorro says:

      And if a Demosocialist is elected president then we won’t be fooled again?

      Liked by 3 people

      • We won’t have a president or a country if a dem socialist election because their first order of business is to open all borders and remove all freedoms and order the country done.. Whatever the uniparty and deep state expect, they cannot suppress tens of millions on the course to reject socialism and illegal invasion.

        WE stomached the left stealing election after election. Trump was a miracle.

        if we let it go…we deserve complete, hellish annihilation.

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        • tucker7518 says:

          It is scary that the Democratic Socialists could easily destroy our country.

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        • MelH says:

          IKash,(@USkash2) you won’t find a soul here who wants to “let it go.” “WE stomached the left stealing election after election,” as if YOU have some magic wand we should have waved and MUST wave now. WE don’t have access to the Federal courts. Barring that, what other recourse might we have? Are you a candidate for a Senate seat some place? Not that having a Senate seat promises some kind of success. Bottomline, if Trump is a miracle he will end voter fraud. So far he doesn’t seem to have much authority that can’t be blocked by the other Branches. It will take a miracle for him to live and win in 2020, because the Democrats are evil, fiendish, rabid, and JUST like Tlaib, willing to break any and all laws to succeed.

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    • AlwaysRight says:

      Possibly the big boss, Barry O’s name is found throughout these emails. In that case if you are going after the Progressives’ king, you better nail the king.

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      • LafnH20 says:

        Indubitedly, AlwaysRight.

        Indubitedly.

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      • A few things they would absolutely need to keep hidden. 1) Specific mention of Obama, Clapper, Lynch, Clinton or other muckety-muck. 2) Threats to PDJTs safety (not saying they exist but there are rumors.) 3) The Weiner laptop. 4) Crooked’s email. Any of these things are bombshells that could not be ignored by the enemedia and would destroy the Dems. That is why they must be kept hidden till after the 2020 election.

        This “after election” strategy is what they used to get the House back. It’s part of the reason why they dragged out the Mueller investigation for so long. If it hadn’t been for Barr putting a stop to it Weissman would still be at it.

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  3. I’m thoroughly disgusted. ONLY if AG Barr needs the text messages classified because they WILL BE or ARE evidence against these perps will I be satisfied with the hold-up. But, I am having my doubts.

    There is no reason Wray, Boente and Bowditch can not be reassigned to the Fargo field office at the least or fired at the most.

    I’m beginning to lose faith in AG Barr – possibly because of my ignorance, old age and lack of foresight. MAGA anyhow.

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  4. Patience says:

    Horowitz sorting the keys,,,. counting doors…. and tapping walls to locate hidden rooms,

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  5. slowcobra says:

    The FBI is ok with hiLIARy using a personal, unsecured server and jeopardizing national security, but the texts can’t be released because THEY might be a national security issue? Thanks for the laugh of the day you treasonous FBI!!!!! Do you think we’re that stupid? It just looks better every day for Pres Trump to win reelection.

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  6. Bogeyfree says:

    For seven months we have been waiting to see if we have a sweeper or a person who will uphold the rule of law for all.

    Today I got my answer.

    President Trump got SNOOKERED again!

    Liked by 6 people

    • bundydad901 says:

      EVERYTHING is looking suspicious even Trumps handing off of the declassification to Barr. We are being SNOOKERED!

      Liked by 7 people

    • Yes, P. Trump gave himself cover with the hand-off to AG Barr, Epstein who should have been a protected informant is gone, and Sessions completed his assignment in act one.
      Is this actually about creating a” New Dynasty?” Its brilliant and I am a fool.
      If someone doesn’t go to jail; perhaps I will………………….

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    • Yes, P. Trump gave himself cover with the hand-off to AG Barr, Epstein who should have been a protected informant is gone, and Sessions completed his assignment in act one.
      Is this actually about creating a” New Dynasty?” Its brilliant and I am a fool.
      If someone doesn’t go to jail; perhaps I will………………….

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  7. ruckustom says:

    Once again, they’re going to run out the clock. They won’t want to “influence the 2020 election” so all of this stuff – the release of docs, the completion of investigations, indictments – will be be delayed into 2021 … 22 … 23 … 24 (unless President Trump loses next go round then it all goes away).

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  8. History Teaches says:

    Reagan fired the traffic controllers an masse. I wish that there was some way, some how, to gut the corrupt FBI/DOJ institutions and rethink/reform their very existence, such as it is.

    9/11 accelerated so much intrusive and unchecked abuse of power by those institutions almost instantly. And they were already well along that path already. And once power is gained, it is never voluntarily surrendered.

    To the hyper cynical, it’s almost like the masters behind the curtain were waiting for such a massive crisis just to implement their plans. And that’s just a superficial view.

    I don”t see how ‘business as usual’ and implicit trust can ever be assumed again. That naieve position may be what the MSM are working so hard to encourage, but too much factual information has already been revealed.

    Barr must do the right thing. Allowing him some leeway to finesse the situation. But at the least, the obvious ring leaders need to be prosecuted.

    I

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    • All Too MUch says:

      Maybe it’s rope, and Barr gave Wray too much of it.

      Liked by 2 people

    • jessetmims says:

      @ History Teaches… Re “I don’t see how ‘business as usual’ and implicit trust can ever be assumed again.”

      We The People should have never assumed anyone associated with government could be trusted to begin with! That we (collectively over many decades) did so was both negligent and more than a little revealing of our self-indulgent ignorance as to what the Constitution’s Framers tried to reach us about the requirements of a lasting and successful Republic.

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    • botchedcasuality says:

      Not just the obvious, the oblivious for incompetence and the self preservationist for being sellouts. Donna Brazil and D. Wasserman Shultz are the examples of immoral self serving figureheads that should be called out and scorned for the wrongdoing that the population in general would be ruined forever. Scorn, ridicule and shunning are the very least they should endure.

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  9. Jonathan Galt says:

    Didn’t strzok say he reviewed 750k emails from weiner’s laptop in three days? Yet the FBI needs 2 years to review text messages from two lovebirds?

    Liked by 13 people

  10. The Demon Slick says:

    They’re all corrupt. Fire one, an exact duplicate slides into place. I want to see someone looking at the communications from the Obama Valjar honeycomb hideout.

    Liked by 9 people

  11. All Too Much says:

    Sundance is exactly right, it is a cover-up.
    A cover-up, assuming more than a one participant, is a conspiracy by definition, in this case to violate a very large number of federal laws. Obstruction of justice being the first to cross my thoughts.

    There must be some very powerful information being redacted.
    Why else operate, in the wide open an obvious, illegal, cover-up?

    Four decades practicing law in federal courts, and following Judicial Watch’s a long time, tell me the FBI will lose the request for more time. The court is not stupid, and has a long history with JD, one the one hand, and the current bunch of federal lawyers.

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  12. ristvan says:

    I understand the frustration repeatedly evidenced here, based on appearances. But IMO it is misguided. The wheels of justice grind slow but fine. To reiterate yet again a high level view:

    PDJT has said many times in re Spygate, ‘Never Again’. That requires the perps get prison.

    PDJT’s chosen instrument is AG Barr. Two reasons. First, has to be ‘clean hands’, not ‘political retribution’. Second, PDJT gave AG Barr declass—not for us, for grand jury indictments then criminal jury trials. Any declass PR leaks will be argued by perps to prejudice juries. NO LEAKS!

    Barr has said is following two tracks:
    1. IG Horowitz on FISA abuse. That takes down FBI, DOJ, and Comey, Yates, and more.
    2. US DA Jordan on EC predicate. That takes down IC, and Brennan, Clapper, and more.
    Both will reach directly into the Obama WH.

    But successful criminal prosecutions of such politically charged and well connected targets takes more care than the Epstein stuff. That takes time. Patience. Lets do it right, not fast.

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    • Kaco says:

      Then Barr should state they are needed to remain classified for the grand jury. All of what you said is speculation, we don’t even know if there’s a grand jury being presented the evidence.

      The date given after the election is obnoxiously obvious the withholding is political, and is meant to demoralize us who know what really happened.

      Liked by 9 people

      • Perot Conservative says:

        GJ’s are supposed to be secret.

        Papadoupolous said he already appeared before a GJ on Fox News.

        Liked by 3 people

        • rayvandune says:

          That was Muleface’s crock Grand Jury.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Witnesses wh appear before GJ’s, are free to discuss that they attended one, AND to discuss their testimony. And, anyone THEY talk to, is also free to report it.

          Questions; given what WAS redacted, what kind of horrible (for them and our Republic) crap must be hiding behind the redactions?

          I know I’m not the,
          first to suggest it; they weren’t ‘lovers’, that simply allowed a lot of REALLY damning stuff to be redacted due to ‘privacy”.
          And yeah, PDJT always put “Lovers” in quotes, cause he ain’t buyin it, either.

          Sorry, ristvan, I take a different view.
          Firstly, I don’t feel the Big ugly all has to come out, before the election as some do. In fact, it could even be counter productive, as the defendants and dems would scream political persecution.

          But, I no longer believe Barr is a housecleaner, I believe he is a cleaner.
          To continue to prosecute FLYNN, to allow it to continue on his watch, in my mind condemns him.

          Same with Stone. To not intervene, (much as he did with Manafort being sent to Rikers) to insure Epstien survived through his trial, is 3 strikes.

          There are other ‘counts’against him, as well. It is simply unrealistic, and unhealthy to continue to engage in self delusion regarding Barr.

          And this whole argument for why we haven’t seen any action, is the SAME argument I made, on these pages, for many months, defending Sessions.

          Finally, he was recomended by BUSH.

          Fool me once.

          As for the posts above disparaging PDJT for appointing Barr, they are postrd by people who’s fingers got in motion, before their brains engaged, assuming they have any. Or trolls.

          McConnell tells PDJT who he can have, for appointments. Thats how it works.
          Thats the rules. Would that PDJT were a dictator, as they claim. He could pull a Sodam Insane; have a SOTU speech, and have members of CONgress escorted outside and shot, as he is speaking.
          McConnell would be the first of many.

          But, he ain’t. So Mueller shut down, and the fiasco of his testimony hurt Dems, not PDJT. But, the coverup continues, unabated. And, as we see ending Mueller hasn’t done anything to end the coverup; they don’t need “muh ongoing investigation”, any more.

          Graham is head of Judiciary. He SAID he was going to ‘get to the bottom of it’, and all he was doing was working with his colleages across the aisle, and squishy Republicans, to draft red letter law legislation.

          I ate crow on Sessions, here publically.
          Perfectly willing (and would happily) eat it again, on Barr. But, ain’t stocking up on Ranch dressing just yet.

          Haven’t seen ANYTHING to convince me he, Barr is a housecleaner, so until I DO see smething concrete, I’m going with cleaner.

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          • botchedcasuality says:

            Yep!

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          • underwhelmingposter says:

            IMO, PDJT had the idea that you could select your Cabinet, your Directors, your Executives as he had been doing for years. I believe that he truly thought he could drain the swamp. I believe that it has been a rude awakening for him.

            The fact that he has (finally) surrounded himself with a (very small) group of trusted people is a blessing. He still is making unimaginable strides even though he has the sniveling backbiting cowardly job and pension protecting proletariats in Congress.

            So he conducts as much business as he can on his own or with a few of his trusted circle. He conducts the pressers so he can give the information direct on not filtered through a “Communications Director” in a briefing room. There has not been in my recollection a President so open to the press and the public! Also there has NEVER been one to disclose his thoughts about issues clearly and succinctly!

            But I believe he underestimated the swamp. In business, when one gets to General Management, especially if from outside of the organization, you are not privy to whether the “stepping stones” across the river are rocks or crocodiles, and no one will tell you. You have to figure that out on your own!

            In his case, I believe they have all been crocodiles.

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            • Dutchman says:

              I think DJT is a very quick learner. He is ‘new’ to Politics, and he had to jump into the deep end of the pool, and learn to swim. No starting out at the shallow end, as City council member, Governor, State Senator, etc.
              First time, as POTUS, right off the bat. THAT would be tough enough.
              THEN, to find that nearly everyone in D.C. was actively working to see you fail, would be awfully daunting.
              It has been an eye opening experience for me, as a lifelong Political junkie, to realise just how much power the POTUS DOESN’T have, and how much 4 people in the Legislative DO have.
              How they and the deepstate can keep a POTUS like growing mushrooms; in the Dark and covered in manure.
              PDJT HAS aknowledged that he DID underestimate the backstabbing nature of DC.
              I think he has learned how the game is played, and is now doing admirably.
              His recent deflection of Grahams ‘National Red Letter’ law, for instance. We KNOW graham was working on the law, since before the Garlic festival shooting, cause he SAID so, on Fox. He wasn’t working with many Republicans, cause they know it could be a poison pen, for their reelection. So, he was working with Mukowski, and Collins, and the,DEMOCRATS.
              Some of the SAME Democrats he was lambasting in that Kavanaugh speech, saying what he knew WE ALL WANTED TO HEAR.
              Anyway, POTUS no doubt KNEW he Graham, was working on it.
              So, he brings it up, lances the boil, and moves on. Notice how no one is talking about National Red Letter laws, now?
              Deft.
              On the Swamp, he has his allies, and he is navigating it pretty well, I think.
              By his actions, his enemies are exposing their true nature, and losing credibility. And he is GAINING credibility, and POLITICAL support. Does anyone really believe he currently only has 65 million supporters?
              That translates to Political clout. After the election, he will have a big bank account of Political will.
              I feel like he now has his stroke, and can swim the length of the Olympic pool he jumped into the deep end of.

              And yes, he has deftly taught the WH press corpse that “Actions have Consequences”.

              He has taught Nancy that actiins have consequences. He has buffallo’d her on “Comprehensive” immigration reform. She is in a holding pattern on infrastructure, and gonna end up taking the blame for killing USMCA.

              He is tagging the Dems as the party od AOC +3 or 4, and sleepy Joe Biden.
              I think he is doing extreamly well, actually. Just as one would expect a Very Stable Genius to do.

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      • ristvan says:

        Kaco, it is obvious you are not a lawyer.
        The correct response is not to say anything at all.

        Or, to paraphrase my senior Fortune 50:media training (I managed the PR department):
        Our policy is not to comment on speculations.
        Now, do I know grand juries are sitting? No.
        But others who have testified before them say they are. Are they telling truth? Dunno.

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        • Sentient says:

          What’s your professional guesstimate of when any of this could become known by the general public? Before the election? Because if – God forbid – a Dem wins the presidency, it’ll never see the light of day.

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        • Kaco says:

          Who are those that have said they have testified before a grand jury? Since Barr?

          No, I am not an attorney, Mueller moved at a pretty rapid pace.

          I think Devin Nunes dismay says something, too.

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      • Amy2 says:

        I’m thinking releasing the texts would certainly help against Strzok’s wrongful termination suit.

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    • Riskographer2 says:

      Want to believe, but just today, Barr went public with his opinion on the Epstein fiasco. Said it was suicide. I would say Manslaughter. This was all all staged to allow for the suicide (murder).

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      So Sundance doesn’y believe this argument yet?

      I say win the War, not the Battle.

      Ristivan Edit: I presume you meant John Durham.

      Question: how much longer do you think this will take. 6 months?

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    • JIM COMEY IS A WEASEL_DOUG says:

      I’m hoping you are right. It’s either than OR we are getting smoked up by everyone including (some would suggest) VSGPOTUS. I’m willing to keep my powder dry for now as your explanation makes perfect sense. The CrazyCrats and their LE villains are EXPERT at turning tables. We must remember, they have the media on their side so ANYTHING Barr brings forward has to be airtight.

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    • Thanks for the reality check……………………again. MAGA!

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    • The wheels of justice are NEVER intended to treat US citizens as subjects, instead of our rightful role as the government of this nation.

      MONEY is not automatic coronation.

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    • Marygrace Powers says:

      Agree ristvan 100%/NO LOOSE ENDS.

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    • LafnH20 says:

      I agree, ristvan.

      “Though the mills of God grind slowly, yet they grind exceeding small; Though with patience He stands waiting, with exactness grinds He all.”

      – Henry Wadsworth Longellow

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    • Ray Runge says:

      So Mr. Ristvan, every tale has a contextual time frame. What is your best estimate as time required to grind those fine gears of justice. AND What is finally the time line that depicts the experience of smoke and mirrors and “Let us move on from our national trauma”?

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      • ristvan says:

        Next six months. Reasons:
        1. most IG investigations take about a year. horowitz got extended by the SoS Kavalec memos previously ‘hidden’. News doldrums end after Labor day.
        2. Most white collar crime investigations take ~a year to indictmetnts. Durham will have been on the job a year early next year.

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        • Ray Runge says:

          Thanks for the lawyerly info. My continued foot tapping is inspired by the head start that Durham has been afforded by the House investigation and Nunes referrals for criminal prosecution.

          The entire affair becomes a test to maintain belief in the rule of law for citizens and bureaucrats alike.

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    • Barnestormer says:

      How does that explain setting an embargo on the Strzok-Page email release until a fixed date (the election)?

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  13. paulashley says:

    My guess is that the redacted material explicitly involves Obama, and beltway insiders, perhaps even Barr, can’t bring themselves to take down The One.

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    • The assassination squad of bureaus and special interests and intelligence and common thugs and cartels, traffickers and identity activists were allowed to develop and gain strength during the last 4 administrations and so now all of these doing the investigation are unsafe.

      NONE of them deserve to be in office or have any authority. Cowards, traitors and accomplices to murder and theft.

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    • rayvandune says:

      Yeah, Obama’s the proverbial third rail – indict him and Trump’s minority strategy goes boom.

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  14. paulashley says:

    My guess is that the redacted material explicitly involves Obama, and beltway insiders, perhaps even Barr, can’t bring themselves to take down The One.

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    • bruzedorange says:

      If so… then that’s why you would (A) make sure you had ALL your facts in a row and your flanks covered—legally and otherwise—and (B) make sure you’ve identified and negated ALL of Deep State’s corrupted wielders of power.

      Deep State knows that even if a pile of dead investigators and witnesses were left stacked alphabetically on the steps of the Supreme Court… their media assets would cover for them no matter how illogical they looked doing it.

      Think about it: to get this investigation done as PDJT assigned it to Barr, it means that we the public SHOULD be the LAST to know when it’s actually accomplished (—or, when we’ve been screwed).

      Prayer.
      In so many historic instances (IMHO) Divine intervention or Providence secured this nation’s hold on liberty. Is there any reason to think it would be any different at this historic juncture?

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  15. GB Bari says:

    There certainly are a lot of brand new names in this comments section.

    Liked by 7 people

  16. This is one CTH evokes from me and many other conservatives a collective “ho-hum” and eye roll. Really? Is this a game Sundance. Trump had nobody else to blame but himself now. He can declassify. If he does not, then there is something there he doesn’t want his supporters to see it he is waiting for the right time. Which is it? I hope the latter; but the argument that Trump us being manipulated and taken advantage of by saavy members of the deep State no longer holds water well over two years into his presidency. Again, why nominate so many insiders if he’s trying to clean up the swamp.

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    • So 1 + 2 = Z?

      YOu have one answer or the other and no other huh?

      I am disgusted by this latest development and frustrated, but to jump to your conclusion leads me to consider that this is what you decided long before any new events…you had a theory and any obstacle proves your theory, right?

      Ho hum…could also be applied to the smug

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    • MustangBlues says:

      Nice try;

      Crap sandwiches don’t sell here, comrade. The eternal game of “realpolitic”

      Lives beyond you. Watch out for the big dogs.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Mutt,
      Only nevertrumpers, libertards or the man himself refers to our current POTUS,as “Trump”.
      Go stand in a corner for a half hour, sign up under a new handle, with a different email, and write a sticky note to put on your screen.
      “Note to self; Do not refer to as TRUMP, its VSGPDJT, or PDJT, out of respect for the MAN, and the office. Otherwise its a giveaway that I am a,
      TROLL!”

      And, tell your friends,…it just makes it too easy ta spot ya guys. At least TRY to make it a challenge.

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    • MelH says:

      “Mongrel”……. feels so appropriate.

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  17. Skippy says:

    These days of lack of knowledge are disgusting!

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  18. DeWalt says:

    When Peter Strzok made the mention of a secret society, I believe the SES is who he was referencing. Wray, Barr, etc. etc. would all come from there. This is the non outsider group. This is where the deepest of deepest Never Trumpers reside.

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  19. MaineCoon says:

    OBSTRUCTION Of JUSTICE!

    FIre FBI Director Christopher Wray, Deputy FBI Director David Bowditch and FBI legal counsel Dana Boente.

    We The People have had enough of the FBIs corruption!

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  20. Kaco says:

    Just like they waited until after the midterms. This is unbelievable. Doesn’t sound like there is anything going on then, they, as well as China and the EU, are waiting to see if POTUS will be re-elected. We might as well count accountability and justice out. There is no wait for justice.

    I might as well say Barr is another useless puppet. Lindsay Graham is a blowhard, too.

    Any march or protest in DC at the DOJ planned for this?

    What more can POTUS do to get them released?

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    • Remington says:

      Just a hypothetical…..what would happen if this was happening in HK? Would they be pounding the keyboard or taking to the streets?

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      • WHAt would be happening if this was 1775?

        We have the answer. MANY held back and let our founders and the brave fight.

        But fight they did.

        And 200 years later the descendants of the cowards, who have benefited from 200 years of freedom, are eager for gentrification once again.

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      • Kaco says:

        My husband and I are just waiting for the word and we’ll be there. You know the optics of massive numbers would make a dent in the media and DC. Look at the impression the Tea Party gave, they were obviously a threat. We are not organized at all as the other half or 2/3 of this nation and it seems the squeaky wheels get all the grease.

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  21. bundydad901 says:

    Close the Barr.

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  22. bandfreak22 says:

    The FBI,,,and China, are waiting for the results of the election.

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  23. JoeMeek says:

    If Jeff Sessions had a son, he would look like Bill Barr ?

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  24. Sherri Young says:

    David. Bowdich. The man deserves some attention.

    He was Andy McCabe’s wingman. Now he has Andy McCabe’s old job as Deputy Director.

    McCabe moved to FBI HQ in Feb 2016. Bowdich was tapped for the office next door in March and arrived in April. Mifsud was activated against PapaD in March 2016.

    Roscoe B. Davis picked up on something John Solomon said to Lou Dobbs on Monday.

    “…senior FBI officials including one who now oversees the counterintelligence division”

    keyword: NOW”

    Start video at 2:20.

    https://video.foxbusiness.com/v/6074553764001/#sp=show-clips

    As far as I can tell, the only person at the FBI who is upstream in the chain of command over the counterintel division who was at FBI HQ in 2016 is David Bowdich.

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    • Sherri Young says:

      Actually, a press release went out that said Comey named Bowdich as Assoc. Dep Director on February 11, 2016. Michael Steinbach was named EAD of the National Security Branch in the same press release. Steinbach was being promoted from Asst Dir of the Counterterrorism Division.

      https://www.fbi.gov/news/pressrel/press-releases/fbi-announces-executive-appointments-2

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    • Ray Runge says:

      Simply put, Bowdich, Wray and Boente need a wheel barrow and a large dumpster. AND a government employee with adequate fortitude and bureaucratic ability to carry out the task.

      I am old enough to well remember a bus drive to D.C. From Ohio to be part of a Hungarian Catholic group to demand the transfer of the jewels of St. Stephen to the U.S. from the still Commie nation of Hungary.

      As a still young old one, I would travel to D.C. And demand the slime ball bureaucrats of our Swamp release the documents that display how the Swamp Critters attempted a blatant coup. Respect for our constitutional republic is a legacy tenet to pass the next generation.

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  25. Perot Conservative says:

    Where are these questions for Bill Barr?

    Coats and his assistant are gone.

    Are we today electronically monitoring the small group? You know they’re communicating and scheming behind the scenes. Destroying evidence? Spying on the Spies?

    No public photos of Page… Strzok… Baker… Yates… all in their protected bubble.

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  26. bessie2003 says:

    Any chance that the President instructs AG Barr to have the DOJ release the unredacted documents to Judicial Watch while the President is overseas dealing with the G7 events?

    Is that even a possibility? And, would Barr do it?

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  27. visage13 says:

    So seriously, what can we even do about it? I have been saying for over a year for Pres Trump just to blow it up but noooo we must be patient. Ah honey my patience ran out over a year ago. All we are getting is drip drops that no one knows about except for those of us (on here and elsewhere) who actually give a damn.

    We all know the reason they want to wait until after the election because they are planning on stealing it from Pres Trump and then burying everything more then they already have. It is beyond time for our President to release it all. I believe the only reasons he doesn’t is they are threatening his family some how. What else could it be?

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    • If it’s stolen, they will never see their administration form…and likely America will be at war for years.

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      Until he hears from his base at an upcoming rally, nothing will change IMO.

      PT serves US. We are the People!

      He has never been pushed back on his heels and IMO it is time to let him hear us loud and clear.

      Imagine if at his next rally 20k supporters chant…… DECLASS WAS A LIE!

      I actually think that would throw him a bit. Maybe enough to say these people are really pissed off and maybe I should listen to them vs my DOJ and FBI.

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    • RightAroundTheBlock says:

      V13, Similar sentiments heard so many times before… the “steal and bury” play.

      IMO, not all that sensible.

      Lots of “IF’s” but “if” VSGPT loses in 2020 (unlikely), keep in mind, he is in office until Jan 2021.

      Think it through. “IF” the redactions are as troubling as some predict, and “if” he knows what is in them, he maintains a lot of power in holding that hand.

      Remember in the 2016 debates how they tried to get him to say he would “accept” the results win or lose?

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  28. Julia Adams says:

    Law fare rules the day, again. Enough already. There is no justice in the DOJ. Why not Disband and reorganize the FBI and the DOJ? They are lawyers and they are the problem, here.

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  29. California Joe says:

    Obviously, this is to protect Democrats otherwise why would 2020 matter? Hoping that the Democrats win and the FBI can bury the texts forever!

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  30. islandpalmtrees says:

    Why does the FBI & DOJ continue to fan the flames of anger by not releasing these documents? You would think Barr has enough problems already. Could it be, that new information is pouring in and all information/data is being held until the total impact is understood?

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  31. Do stop thinking about tomorrow says:

    So if they are classified why have the two love crossed lovers not been charged for transmitting classified data over un secure lines.

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    • evergreen says:

      Was typing what you wrote when I saw it. Yeah, why the h*ll have unsecured classified transmissions not been prosecuted?

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      • islandpalmtrees says:

        Please read my post above. Let’s look at it from Barr’s possible point of view. I have so much information pouring in, that I need time to figure out what is and is not important – so I am just going to freeze all information releases until I get a handle on it.

        I understand the IG report is not do out until mid September, at the earliest. And, allot of information is coming in.

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        • Amy2 says:

          Or release the info and let some of you guys give him some assistance as to what’s important!

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        • rayvandune says:

          Maybe we need an AG that puts America ahead of his buddies?

          Full disclosure: I think Barr does put America first, but I’m feeling like the cartoon vulture that turns to his pal perched beside him, and says “To hell with it, let’s kill something.”

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  32. GSparrow says:

    “It’s been over 90 days…”
    Being angry and frustrated over Director Wray’s continued obfuscations is a reasonable reaction. The Deep State and their corrupt partners leaked like a sieve against P Trump and his associates (often with lies) but now Wary obstinately conceals the truth from “the People” he’s supposed to be representing.

    Rosenstein and Weissmann appointed SC figurehead Mueller on May 17, 2017. There is little doubt they were eager to indict anyone associated with P Trump as soon as possible. But “Mueller” didn’t file his 1st indictment against Papadopolous until 5 months later on Oct 12, 2017 for “lying to the FBI.” Manafort’s and Gates’s indictments followed almost a month later on Oct 30, 2017. (Flynn plead guilty Dec 1, 2017.) The delay in these indictments might have dragged it out until the pressure was applied enough for them to plead guilty or yap like Gates. Weissmann wanted political trophies for the MSM.

    Hopefully A/G Barr and Durham have full access to all classified info including what Hoarder Wray is hiding and they are carefully building an unprecedented case of political conspiracy against some top Deep State players in the top agencies in the nation and not preparing a phony excuse about Trump’s rhetoric was a justification for it all. It would be a bonus if they charged Wray with obstructing justice if he’s holding out on them.

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  33. Bogeyfree says:

    Dear President Trump,

    Make no mistake, people under you are obstructing your orders and IMO if there is no full declassification to bring transparency to all Americans as you promised prior to the election, YOU WILL LOSE come November.

    Don’t misjudge your supporters who have waited patiently for 3 years, for the truth to be revealed and justice for all upheld. This was a planned, conspiracy by many in government to frame and take down a sitting President and your supporters don’t take this lightly.

    You promised declassification last fall. It has been almost a year. THIS IS A RED LINE that can not be quietly swept under the rug.

    There is no Republic without Justice and there is no Justice without declassification.

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  34. Jappy says:

    We need to just forget all of that and make sure that Israel is safe. That’s the most important thing that every American should care about, Israelis First

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  35. Gary says:

    The FBI answers to the executive branch…Why can’t the President order the release of these documents immediately… but also, doesn’t Barr have that authority as well, given to him by President Trump?

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    • Rob says:

      Well, I think the answer is that they can do those things, but they first have to be blocked, which looks like may be happening now. So expect some action soon.

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  36. Kaco says:

    Can someone tell me how both Clinton and Obama stacked their agencies with their people? How’s come when the Democrats are in power they can “transform” but POTUS can’t? The Mueller investigation is over. It’s time to clean house.

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    • warrprin1 says:

      “How’s come when the Democrats are in power they can ‘transform’ but POTUS can’t?”

      Because of the UNIParty entirety of our elected and appointed officials, their underlings who long to be power brokers, and the sold out MSM. They are a Force unto themselves. They have been constructing this Force for decades. Previous Republican Presidents have bought into the Game, run by the UNIParty Force, for reasons of efficacy, and because they were gutless.

      The game has been run in such a way as to keep us in the dark for all this time. The game grew and grew, as did the crew, across every function of government until they knew they had a lock on the whole enchilada, while we pretended, for decades, that “Liberty and Justice for all” were still in good health.

      The UNIParty dream came true with The One as POTUS. He recognized early on, as did they, that he could and would get away with anything. He was too big to fail, because the 1st Minority POTUS.

      They are doing their best to regroup, while we continue to wait for justice.

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  37. ezgoer says:

    If Barr is in the tank you really have to think the aligned powers will never allow Trump to win re-election. The vote tabulation will be fixed. Time to start seriously believing this.

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  38. JoeMeek says:

    Barr and Wray seem to be telling us we can just eat cake. Even the French didn’t put up with talk like that.

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  39. Rob says:

    The conspiracy being investigated by Durham and Barr is still in full force, right in everyone’s face.

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  40. Tl Howard says:

    Why is POTUS not screaming or even whispering about this??????????????????????????????
    Why are his sons saying nothing about it too???????????????????????????????????????????

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    • That is the only bright spot. Trump got 90% of his achievement done OUTSIDE of tweeting. TWitter is just to get the left to rise to the bait and expose themselves….so this is a ray of light, actually. He does not believe in withholding from us and so this must be something pivotal.

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  41. Aim says:

    Isn’t it exactly that if the content is released, unredacted, then prosecution of these corrupt doj individuals could be compromised?

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  42. Guffman says:

    After 90 days, Barr is showing no signs than he is any different than his predessesors… which is greatly dispiriting. Everytime someone new gets appointed to a top justice or intelligence position, we all rejoice in the fact that FINALLY, justice will prevail, key documents and evidence will finally be made public, charges will be laid, and prosecutions of some of the most serious and treacherous crimes in American political history will commence.

    But once again, we wait… and wait… and wait…. Hoping and praying something will change, and then…. nothing.

    I see Barr came out today and said that although there were “irregularities” at the jail holding Epstein when his “suicide” took place, he has seen nothing that would make him question the medical examiners finding of death by suicide.

    W. T. F. ?
    Las Vegas all over again.
    Looks like President Trump is STILL fighting the swamp all on his own. SMH.

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    • JoeMeek says:

      Suicide,yes, but Assisted Suicide.

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    • Peppurr says:

      The only substantive words out of Barr’s mouth, so far (imo) was when he was first appointed and said “I think there’s been some spying going on”. As a result. we know that Durham’s looking after this. Other than that, I’m trying to be optimistic.

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  43. Chip Doctor says:

    So I thought I had said my piece. Guess not.

    What is happening with Wray sticking his finger in our face is not Barr’s fault, nor President Trump’s fault. It is our fault. We have become complacent and unwilling to put any skin in the game. Until we rise up and say “ no more” they will laugh at us.

    Mark my word…..there will come a day when they come to take our weapons. We all say things like “ over my dead body”. Excuse me…..but that is just plain BS. If we are willing to allow the FBI director to cover up a coup against the President, then we are already the frogs that would not jump while they had the chance. If this doesn’t outrage us enough to fight, neither will we fight when they take our guns. If this isn’t a red line then there isn’t one.

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    • Ray Runge says:

      I have the time and can well contribute as organization and participation in a march on the Swamp.

      Let us rise up and demand the bureaucratic Slimes show us the documents.

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      • Chip Doctor says:

        Ray, I have the time and energy too, I just do not know how to organize this.

        I do want to state clearly that I am talking about peaceful gatherings. 10,000 people on the steps of the FBI building saying “hey hey, ho ho, traitor Wray must go” would make a difference.

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    • Kaco says:

      Like I said, my husband and I would be able to march in DC as well. The Tea Party did it, why can’t we? We have no leadership to get this going, I’m afraid.

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    • Kaco says:

      Just wanted to add, yeah, they keep encroaching on our 2nd amendment or trying to. Couple that with the Red Flag laws they want to pass and the FBI memo about “conspiracy theorists” and the like, basically conservatives not trusting our government, then we are ripe for the picking. Boiling frogs, indeed. What use is it to “keep our powder dry” if we can’t even demonstrate anything against this injustice?

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  44. California Joe says:

    I suspect that the text messages between Page and Strzok contain suggestions and thoughts on the “A” word and that would destroy whatever trust the public has in the FBI.

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  45. Bryan Alexander says:

    My guess is that Barr is completely overwhelmed by the cess pool. The Department of Justice has over 113,000 employees. He is 1 man trying to administer the following:

    Major Divisions:
    -Antitrust Division
    -Civil Division
    -Civil Rights Division
    -Criminal Division
    -Environment and Natural Resources Division
    -Justice Management Division
    -National Security Division
    -Tax Division

    Law Enforcement Agencies:
    – United States Marshals Service (USMS)
    – Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
    – Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP)
    – National Institute of Corrections (NIC)
    – Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)
    – Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
    – Office of the Inspector General (OIG)

    Offices
    Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR)
    Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys (EOUSA)
    Executive Office of the United States Trustee (EOUST)
    Office of Attorney Recruitment and Management (OARM)
    Office of the chief information officer
    Office of Dispute Resolution
    Office of the Federal Detention Trustee (OFDT)
    Office of Immigration Litigation
    Office of Information Policy
    Office of Intelligence Policy and Review (OIPR)
    Office of Intergovernmental and Public Liaison
    Office of Justice Programs (OJP)
    Bureau of Justice Assistance
    Bureau of Justice Statistics
    Community Capacity Development Office
    National Institute of Justice
    Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
    Sex Offender Sentencing, Monitoring, Apprehending, Registering, and Tracking Office (SMART)
    Office for Victims of Crime
    Office of the Police Corps and Law Enforcement Education
    Office of Legal Counsel (OLC)
    Office of Legal Policy (OLP)
    Office of Legislative Affairs
    Office of the Pardon Attorney
    Office of Privacy and Civil Liberties (OPCL)
    Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR)
    Office of Public Affairs
    Office on Sexual Violence and Crimes against Children
    Office of Tribal Justice
    Office on Violence Against Women
    Professional Responsibility Advisory Office (PRAO)
    United States Attorneys Offices
    United States Trustees Offices
    Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS)
    Community Relations Service

    Other offices and programs

    Foreign Claims Settlement Commission of the United States
    INTERPOL, U.S. National Central Bureau
    National Drug Intelligence Center (former)
    Obscenity Prosecution Task Force (former)
    United States Parole Commission

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      If he was overwhelmed, he would have brought in many loyal outsiders and staffed up his team and this kind of expansion would not have been able to keep under raps so keep hoping but IMO it is time to take our message directly to PT.

      WHERE IS OUR DECLASS or WAS IT ANOTHER TALL TALE?

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  46. bigd57 says:

    Agree with Tom. I may be in the minority, but I think politically it is too early to release. Like a dripping faucet let facts out slowly but continually out into 2020 and up to the election. It may be frustrating, but I think that is the plan.

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  47. trnathens says:

    What difference, besides we WANT to know, does it make if this information is released now, or if there is a “manufactured drama” surrounding the release of these documents, thereby increasing curiosity, ESPECIALLY BY those who don’t know what the hell has been going on, and are only now starting to all, “wait, why would the Trump FBI not release documents from the Obama Era? THEY can’t be blamed for what happened, so the motive can’t be to protect individuals, so…they must be trying to protect the Institution from something bad. I wonder what they did?!”

    And then a judge lambasts the FBI again, and orders their release in the days/weeks leading up to the election.

    So what difference does it make if it takes longer, but more people know and are interested to find out WHY the FBI is protecting itself?

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  48. Rockitz says:

    Trump and AG Barr need to identify a trustworthy FBI lead prospect from the military side of the intelligence apparatus and FIRE Wray immediately. I suspect there are at least a few on that side of the apparatus that are not completely corrupt like Wray.

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  49. I Will Not Comply says:

    I think what pisses many of us off is the fact that any of us would already be locked up and not out lipping off and buying time. I hate these people!

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    • Sentient says:

      Compound hunting bow.

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    • bruzedorange says:

      And that’s your clue: WE would not because we know we would be defenseless.

      These people are part of a true conspiracy. They have allies and assets in who knows how many offices, departments, and elected positions. Plus the media!

      It’s easy to eradicate crabgrass from your lawn—as long as you’re willing to sacrifice your lawn. Trump, Barr, et.al. don’t have that luxury.

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  50. Free Speech says:

    So, simple question. If it’s his neck on the line, why does POTUS keep making such bad choices at FBI/DOJ? Does the guy who, according to Michael Moore of Thomas Paine fame, hired a whole staff of PIs to keep the jump on fellow casino owners, simply forget how to staff and follow bad advice at such crucial positions? If Jeff Sessions has been a thorn in my side that long at that position, as POTUS publicly stated multiple times, how do you screw up and hire another goof? Seriously.

    I find it improbable.

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