Adam Schiff Demands Mike Flynn Testimony – Sidney Powell Says ‘Go Spit’…

The Democrats return from summer vacation intending to pick right-back-up where they failed in the spring… Yup, back to the ridiculous Muh Russia Collusion Conspiracy as advanced by the insufferable head weasel of the HPSCI, Chairman Adam Schiff.

Chairman Schiff sends a copy of a letter (full pdf below) to his collaborative narrative engineers in the media.  The letter outlines committee efforts to force testimony from  Michael Flynn, and the response from Flynn’s attorney Sidney Powell dismissing the political grandstanding of Schiff and his ‘beat-a-dead-horse‘ Russian constituents.

According to the letter sanctimonious Schiff says Flynn’s new counsel, Sidney Powell, “exhibits a troubling degree of unprofessionalism” in conversations with committee staffers and Mr. Schiff’s legal aides borrowed from the Lawfare community of resistance operatives.  Good for her.

Last week, Sidney Powell filed a brief with judge Emmet Sullivan outlining serious allegations of prosecutorial misconduct in the Flynn case.  A hearing in Judge Sullivan’s court is scheduled for tomorrow, September 10th.

Here’s Schiff’s letter:

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Here’s Powell’s Brief:

 

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148 Responses to Adam Schiff Demands Mike Flynn Testimony – Sidney Powell Says ‘Go Spit’…

  1. trapper says:

    And I will repeat: don’t expect a damn thing from this judge.

    Liked by 9 people

    • ristvan says:

      As commented previously, you are wrong about this. Powell has forced Sullivan’s hand.

      The Stevens equivalent happened in Sullivan’s courtroom. Sullivan issued explicit Brady orders to Van Grack. Van Grack said to Sullivan there was nothing, then produced documents to Powell that DID include Brady material. Powell has provided that proof of prosecutorial misconduct to Sullivan under seal (because the prosecution forced her to, rather than include it in her public response posted above).

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      • Bill Durham says:

        Maybe, but TDS Trumps even legal judgement. I am not a lawyer, but I do play a gynocologist with my girlfriend. The judge will rule that there is no need for Brady material since Flynn has pled guilty and does not wish to withdraw his plea. This will force Sidney to either walk away from the plea deal or go along and stand down. Now she may prevail if she withdraws the plea. but does Flynn want to risk a stiffer sentence and more legal fees????

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        • cboldt says:

          Umm, you have the law part wrong. Sentencing requires Brady (and kindred) material.
          That said, prosecutorial misconduct is usually whitewashed away as harmless error. All presumptions except ultimate guilt run in favor of prosecution. The system is biased in ways that protect the system from paying for error.

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        • David P White says:

          What’s missing is the real possibility “master spy” Flynn planned this all along. In this scenario, Powell is forcing the government to respond “on the record.” We’ll know soon, but letting the case related to his business partner’s FARA violation play out, then hiring Sidney Powell looks to be a master strok, taking the Gov’t by surprise. We’ll see.

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      • cboldt says:

        Consistency is the hobgoblin of small minds, or something like that. Just because the law and the facts are clear does not mean the judge will follow the law and the facts. He should of course, but clarity of correct path is no guarantee that path will be taken.

        Liked by 4 people

      • sarasotosfan says:

        Don’t bet anything you can not afford to lose.

        Liked by 2 people

      • chojun says:

        I was under the impression that the information was provided under seal according to Court orders and that the information was provided in a (note-worthily rare) ex parte hearing where the Prosecution was not present.

        I suspect that there are going to be some fireworks for tomorrow’s hearing.

        I also suspect that Schiff’s document (today, of all days) was timed to correspond with tomorrow’s hearing in the USA v. Flynn case.

        Schiff is likely trying to impeach Sidney Powell’s character and draw suspicion to her motives. We even have people like Elie Honig coming out saying “Flynn shoulda just taken the plea deal” and “now he’s off the rails”.

        The Deep State v. Flynn case is very important to the Trump opposition. Don’t forget that. The USA v. Concorde Management case is already about to blow up into a million pieces.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        ristvan, hope you are right, but I think the only thing holding Sullivan back from finding that the government’s “colorable” claim of secrecy outweighs the desirability of letting defense counsel see and weigh the withheld records (including likely long-term spying initiated by the obama administration), is the potential threat that President Trump can release the records and Sydney Powell has the capability of high publicity of wrongdoing and bias. Otherwise, Sullivan has already cited a very government-favorable case he will follow, and has already personally threatened General Flynn, as would a swamp creature in support of mewler’s extortionate practices of threats against Flynn’s family to coerce pleas/evidence. The highly unusual ex parte meeting Sullivan had with Sydney Powell could just as easily been to threaten her client, and to threaten her to remain silent. If Sullivan denies the requested records, and if they do arguably have exculpatory value, and if PDJT later releases the records, this is the true appellate process Sullivan has to consider, not the “deep state DC Circuit” appeal process.

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        • cboldt says:

          A couple thoughts. The ex parte nature of the hearing was not unusual for the subject covered. Read the cite Sullivan provided.
          I agree that Sullivan will be reluctant to spank the government. The bigger the screw up, the more likely to defend the institution. It’s easy to being the hammer down when the remedy is painless. Pretty hard to bring the hammer down when the offense is total and utter instututional corruption.
          This priniciple surfaces directly in de facto officer doctrine. Remedy is to reverse the orders of a person who was not eligile to make the order, when making the reversal is “easy,” affects one person. But if the presidnet was found to be ineligible, his orders would not be reversed becuse that can of worms is just too big for a court – and it in fact too big for a court.
          The disease our government has is too big to be fixed by a court.

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          • Sherri Young says:

            How about Judge Rudy Contreras? Didn’t he accept the guilty plea, then recuse? How does that get to stand?

            Liked by 7 people

          • Beau Geste says:

            cboldt, any ex parte communication by a Federal Judge with one party is very unusual (typically regarded as unethical). What do you think the purpose could be? What would Sullivan NOT want DuJ attorneys to witness? My take is, that Sullivan knows he is going to protect the government from producing records of their bias and misbehavior, so the purpose could be to threaten Powell against any filing or appeal that would reflect negatively on Sullivan (or suggest “the judiciary” was biased/corrupt-with-unjustice).

            I agree that the Courts will never force release of evidence that obama authorized, facilitated and was behind the coup, or even that obama had his own secret email server in communication with hillary’s, if only because of the resulting legal turmoil you identify.

            But the disease is not too big to be fixed by the Courts, if there are enough honest judges on the courts. But there must ultimately be major releases of still-classified coup behavior, obstruction of investigations into DNC/clintons/clinton-foundation/uranium one/foreign-funding of Congress, leaking, false oath and collaboration records of the underlings, protection of deep-state wrongdoing, and unequal prosecution, together with indictments and prosecutions whether or not there are convictions in the DC jury pool.

            Sullivan could be a start, if he fears subsequent release by President Trump if he were to decide to hide all the “bad” evidence to protect the coup plotters. How to get rid of dishonest judges? One way would be public exposure of bias. If Sullivan decides to protect government wrongdoing by hiding the evidence, and the evidence is later revealed to be exculpatory, Sullivan could be the poster-child removed for simple “bad behavior” as an example for other would-be protectors of government wrongdoing. All depends on the 2020 election….

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          • Linda K. says:

            Nonetheless, wrongdoing cannot be ignored or it will continue and people will(have already) lose faith in these institutions. I, for one, wonder what point there is to maintaining an FBI and CIA that want to influence domestic elections and control political outcomes to suit their agenda.

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      • Bogeyfree says:

        Doesn’t Van Grack work for the DOJ and thus AG Barr??

        So if this is true why has Barr not addressed this “oversight” with his employee??

        Liked by 6 people

      • ezpz2 says:

        Sad that Stevens didn’t live to see his name cleared.

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      • Republicanvet91 says:

        Question for you ristvan…since Powell made pretty damning allegations in her formal filing, does this not force Sullivan to act one way or another?

        If she is correct, does that not force Sullivan to act in her favor?

        If she is wrong, does that not force Sullivan to act against her in a disciplinary manner? I assume attorneys are held accountable for making false allegations in a filing to a court.

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        • De Oppresso Liber says:

          Republicanvet91, Your point is well taken, but I seriously doubt an attorney of Ms. Powell’s caliber and reputation would ever dream of filing such an aggressive motion before a federal judge, if she did not already have in her possession the evidence in question.

          You know the old saying that attorneys never ask questions for which they do not already know the answers…..

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      • De Oppresso Liber says:

        ristvan, I very much respect your experience and knowledge. I cannot believe that any attorney, especially an attorney of Ms. Powell’s caliber and reputation, would even dream of filing such an aggressive motion before a federal judge without either already having direct knowledge of the existence of the evidence in question, or perhaps even being in possession of the evidence personally.

        Of course, I would not expect Ms. Powell to admit being in possession of classified information without first obtaining the proper security clearance, so my guess would be that some of the evidence is not classified. Being that as it may, I would not be surprised in the least if she was already in possession of evidence to support her claim(s), because an attorney never asks a question (or make such an aggressive claim against federal prosecutors in a federal court) to which they do not already know the answers, right?

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      • De Oppresso Liber says:

        ristvan, of course I’m speaking of in addition to the already public information illustrating Van Grack’s withholding of Brady material.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        Ristvan, Sydney Powell has not “forced” sullivan’s hand, as shown by the hearing today. You assume he will address the merits.
        But from the structure of the Motion itself, Powell is assuming that the case can only be won in the court of public opinion. She wrote her Motion/Brief to be as easily-understandable by the public, as possible.

        Sullivan today made it clear he will try as best he can to prevent release of any evidence of broad, biased, illegal government misbehavior. Sullivan may order just a few of the least-harmful requested records produced, but not the “smoking guns”, to make himself look good. To further “protect” himself, he may even refuse to review the classified evidence “in camera” (by himself, without letting Flynn counsel see it), just ruling that Flynn pleaded guilty, so the records of FBI/DuJ hate, coup-conspiracy (f*ck Flynn then f*ck Trump) and malfeasance are irrelevant. His concern will be whether he fears that the evidence he denies and hides will later be released.

        After Sullivan rules against General Flynn’s Motion and sentences him (even if Flynn moves to withdraw his plea as a result of refusal of goverment malfeasance records), the pressure will be on President Trump to release the records to Sydney Powell for appeal purposes. AG Barr appears to be protecting FBI/DuJ malfeasance/bias, and the withholding is being done on Barr’s watch. under his authority.

        We should start chants at each of the many PDJT-GOP rallies that will be held in the 2020 campaign. “Free the Flynn records”

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    • JIM COMEY IS A WEASEL_DOUG says:

      I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. I don’t know how anyone could read Powells filing and conclude Sullivan will cover the whole thing up. She literally held a mirror up to his face and said, What do you see?

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      • Ray Runge says:

        Powell could simply dismiss the charges against Flynn, hopefully with prejudice, and not be required to produce any Brady material.

        Powell could go home and drink a few tall cool lagers and forget Mr. Flynn.

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      • Gort says:

        Beautiful metaphor.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Jim Comey weasel,
        Beautifully put.
        Bull durham; a smart warrior or attorney ALWAYS has a plan “B”, and while I agree with ristvan and comey weael, obviously you HAVE touched on plan B, for Flynn and Powell.

        Withdraw the plea agreement, based on the material already laid out for the,Judge in her filing.

        Force the prosecution to go to trial, and discovery the crap out of them. Weisman NEVER wanted this to go to trial, thats WHY he coerced Flynn to cop a plea.

        And with an aggrrssive Defence council, who is on to them, and ain’t taking prisoners, the risk to the prosecution becomes too great.

        Sidney is acting in the best interest of her client, in trying the ‘easy way’ first.
        Frankly, from ‘our’ point of view, the best outcome would be a trial, as it would further expose the farce of mueller/weismann.

        IMHO, the Prosecution are leftist idiots, but I don’t think they will try THIS case, with THIS lawyer. Downside is just too great.

        Liked by 17 people

      • Bogeyfree says:

        I wonder if AG Barr has read Sidney’s filing???

        If so, will he take any action as the highest attorney in the land??

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    • crash71234 says:

      Show me.

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    • Spooky says:

      The Deep State has the goods on all of the D.C. players. I’m sure Judge Sullivan has some skeletons in his closet he would like to keep hidden. The alphabet soup agencies are probably reminding him of what could happen if he doesn’t do it their way. So he will do his best impersonation of a swamp rat to save his reputation and cushy sinecure.

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    • SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

      Your comment is useless like every crying comment without any viable solution.
      The crying on CTH gets old. We have more success and winning than 3 years ago but reading here it’s like the world ends.

      Liked by 1 person

  2. William Petty says:

    Go Sidney.

    Liked by 20 people

  3. youme says:

    Schiff just made public Sidney Powell’s address. God, I hope it is not her home.

    Liked by 8 people

  4. We cannot spare this woman; she fights.

    Liked by 25 people

  5. albertus magnus says:

    Sidney Powell is a true American heroine!

    Liked by 18 people

  6. Esperanza says:

    “If the facts are on your side, plead the facts,
    If the law is on your side, plead the law,
    If neither, thump the table”…
    And if thumping the table and throwing your dummy out of the pram hasn’t worked,
    Impugn opposing counsel.

    Goodness they are pitiful.

    Liked by 6 people

  7. Patience says:

    Another Schi tt demand. Nunes did not comply. Sidney Powell will not be WeismannED again!

    Liked by 3 people

  8. pucecatt says:

    Adam Schiff needs to be told to “ GO POUND SAND “

    Liked by 6 people

  9. Baby El says:

    Can Shiff really be “Emperor’s new clothes level Stupid”?

    If not – then how can a person be so malicious against people they absolutely must know are innocent.

    Sidney has done nothing but illustrate that the prosecution has been malicious – for that, they attack her?

    No morality what so ever. May god have mercy on their souls.

    Liked by 4 people

  10. Dutchman says:

    Would love to see a transcript ofSidneys responce, to Scifforbrains staff request. Suspect their were a few choice expetive deleted.

    Liked by 10 people

  11. namberak says:

    Ole Shiffless’ delusions are so big, they need their own zip code …

    Liked by 4 people

    • gsonFIT says:

      He is also pissed because he planned to be HRC’s wing man, but of course he would have been the peoples attorney general not HRC’s. You are correct namberak that Schiff is delusional. I think it is from hubris and vindictiveness too.

      Butt Schiff knows that their was no collusion/conspiracy and yet he continues the ruse at the peril of this great country. To me that makes him far worse than some of the D.C. officials we will come to find were duped into participating in the coup. He is truly unpatriotic and puts his interest ahead America. I think this is a side effect of an elite political class’ legal double standard.

      BTW there is no such thing “minor surgery” and there is certainly no such thing as a “soft coup”. There are important people in D.C. who were entrusted to represent Americans. They broke that trust, and tried to steal the presidency at the expense of 63 million voters.
      Consider the pain and division they have caused America these past 3 years.

      MAGA
      Adam Schiff sucks egss

      Liked by 8 people

    • chipin8511 says:

      If Nadlers pants get any higher he will have to open his zipper to breathe or cut eye holes in his belt to see……Satan cant take you fast enough Nadler evil scum…..

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  12. booger71 says:

    Not sure how even Shiff for Brains could expect he could bully Gen Flynn and Ms Powell into an open Congressional hearing when they have an active court case against the DOJ?

    Liked by 7 people

    • evergreen says:

      Schiff is the Far Side kid with glasses camped out around an anthill with a magnifying glass on a cloudy day trying to burn an ant. He has nothing but time and an endless supply of ants, but he’ll spend it all trying his best to fry something.

      He’s from the Far Side School for the Gifted.

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  13. oldschool says:

    She can and will crush all the thugs combined…

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  15. Will J. says:

    He’s worried about Powell. She’s out of their league and knows her way around the legal system. And apparently isn’t afraid to flip them the bird either LOL.

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  16. lansdalechip says:

    If old pencil neck had ever served any time in the military, as General Flynn has, he would know that any service member has the right to refuse any “order” he/she deems illegal or contrary to the common good.
    If old pencil neck had any common sense, he and the balance of the lunatics on his committee would realize/know that General Flynn’s legal matters are not settled, and, that until they are, General Flynn’s appearance is highly (deservedly so) unlikely.
    If old pencil neck had a memory any longer that a flea’s eyebrow. he and his charlatans would remember the response from such luminaries as Eric Holder when Congress demanded anything.
    But then, if old pencil neck had any smarts, decency or other positive character traits, he wouldn’t be where he is now, doing what he’s doing.

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  17. Another Scott says:

    Does that mean Powell’s brief hit a nerve with the conspiraciers / impeachers?

    Liked by 9 people

  18. Sean Supsky says:

    Shiff’s letter seems a bit whiny to me.

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  19. gsonFIT says:

    I love Sidney! We all love you Sidney!

    Liked by 11 people

  20. TwoLaine says:

    I tho’t I read that Pound Sand.

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  21. arze says:

    What does “foreign interference in the US political process” even mean in the context of this letter — “during and since the 2016 presidential election”?

    If there was a problem then, consulting the Obama Justice Department at the time would have made sense.

    Presently the Trump Justice Department actually is finding “domestic interference in the US political process.” The interference came from the Obama Justice Department, if the Inspector General Horowitz is to be believed, an Obama appointee. The most recent example by Obama’s FBI Director, James. Comey. [The Trump Justice Dept. may even find foreign interference too, and that may include the CIA, as that is their lane.]

    The US House Intelligence Committee is not above the law. Nor is the California Congressman. And there are consequences for acting as if you are above the law, in your official capacity — and it’s why you swear an oath to uphold our Constitution.

    According to the DOJ; “In general, it is the use of force, threats, or intimidation that characterize a federal criminal violation of an individual’s civil rights. Our cases often involve incidents that are invariably of intense public interest.”

    Rep. Schiff’s attack is on the US Constitution and the Bill of Rights. He has been blowing so hard on this Fantasy Gate Peninsula that he forget we still have a Constitution by and for the people. [This is what tyrants look like, if it is not amnesia and instead intentional interference in Gen. Michael Flynn’s civil rights, by Schiff et als.]

    ++
    Amendment IX
    The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.

    Amendment VI
    In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the state and district wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district shall have been previously ascertained by law, and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the assistance of counsel for his defense.
    ++

    The core function of the three branches, executive, congress, judicial are not the purview of each other but are separate, thus, separation of [core function] powers. The core function of congress is to pass budgets and enact laws and to oversee and sanction the other branches with if need be the power of the purse. Congressional power is not absolute, though they have the most power. Because they control the money.

    “the judicial Power of the United States, shall be vested in one supreme Court, and in such inferior Courts as the Congress may . . . establish,”

    PS
    As is now known and becoming clearer and clearer, among the corrupt acts Pres. Obama asked to be committed was the sin of discouraging average citizens from participating in the political process — by disparaging them, to put it simply. And sending or trying to send them to jail–spying on them to create crimes, as it were.

    For me, this is the least discussed, yet most pernicious and diabolical Obama Scandal.

    A relative nobody like Carter Page, and George Papadopoulos were spied on as if they were foreign terrorists for the “sin” of supporting Donald J. Trump. This is a scandal of epic proportions. Our media are supposed to be working in the public interest. They do not give one bit about this, those damn media apostles, about this greatest of Obama Scandals.

    Congress is trying to deny a man his right to a fair trial, in this case Gen. Flynn, and they are interfering with that. That’s the story line. Or would be if media apostles were working in the public interest.

    They, our media apostles, like Schiff — are not acting in the public interest; they act like Enemies of the People. In the same manner as Selfish Jim Comey — for their own partisan agenda, however dangerous and destructive to this republic that may be.

    PPS
    The attacks against Trump and his supporters are just the latest re run of our government run amok, in service of their own individual and institutional agendas to deny us our basic right of assembly, in the broadest sense. Our American History is replete with example after example of this abuse, this corruption [including of course using spies to entrap us and in extreme cases, using guns to extra-judicially kills us].

    Hate Trump if you so choose; but don’t you dare deny that this is precisely why he was elected.

    We are god damn sick and tired of being played and attacked and destroyed by this bureaucratic state or deep state if you will, of monsters posing as our protectors. You are not protecting us; and if Trump cannot stop you, we will, power always reside with the people, this much is true.

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    • cboldt says:

      Not to excuse or minimize the damage done to Page, PapaD, Flynn; what the government did was use the law to change the outcome of an election, and when that failed, use the law to hamstring a political agenda.
      Seems to me the law is the problem, and turning to the institution that betrayed the public as though it has some sort of “principle” to uphold, is unwise.
      The supposed to be “above politics” law is being used, right now, as the ultimate political tool. Courts do it, DOJ and FBI did it, and when they deny it to be current practice, who believes them?
      Getting a few scalps will not fix it. There are literally tens of thousands of “true believers” in the institutions. The institutions need to be brought down to constitutional size and influence. The federal government is 100 times bigger than it is allowed to be under the constitution, and it got to be outsized because it has the power – it controls “the law.” And YOU are under it.

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      • arze says:

        No Taxation Without Representation was among the battle cry of American Revolution. It is as valid today as then. As was Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death, thank you Patrick Henry.

        One way to look at this horrible failure of our institutions is that it boils to:
        Us not having representation.

        It is for us to change that and in fact demand that — the first two amendments of our constitution were among the inalienable rights — freedom of assembly and expression, –and the means, a gun as need be, to make sure we can enforce those basic rights — including against monsters like these who lie lie lie and destroy and murder us–because they can.

        The powers that be — they won’t represent us, they can’t and they by and large don’t care — and to boot, they don’t how to anymore.

        For all of Rep. Devin Nunes’ faults, he was a rare breed in this day and age. And he is one of 535.

        And the War on Trump continues. It will not end no matter what Barr/Durham/Huber do or don’t do, or more likely, can’t do and don’t know how to do; they know better than us how deep is the s h i t or the s w a m p. And they value their lives too, at the end of the day.

        This battle among the elites will continue and likely won’t be resolved in my lifetime; we will pay the price, and will be left to pick up the pieces someday and begin again the long and hard very hard road to building a civilization in this forsaken land.

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      • farrier105 says:

        A concise analysis of our current dilemma.

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    • evergreen says:

      The journalistic media is not comprised of neutral people. It consists of acolytes to causes, all of them political, and coincidentally, socialist. Thus, the media does not exist to protect anything; rather, it exists to further socialism. Period.

      And, just to be clear what socialists are capable of and aspire to, read Road to Serfdom by Hayek. You’ll see Mueller, Stzrok, McCabe, et al, in there. He writes eloquently, and you have just cause to be afraid. Germany was a pretty civilized nation in its time, yet it also committed genocide. How does that happen? Read….

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  22. leon0112 says:

    Having just finished reading License to Lie by Powell, I have come to believe that Powell represents the most significant risk to the coup plotters. My guess is that they are trying to figure out how to destroy her. She wrote her book before the Mueller investigation and can see how the deep state operates. Her work for Flynn has the ability to blow up the Justice Department. I don’t know if she will pull it off, but she is going to try.

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    • Louisiana Tea Rose says:

      Agree. They may end up taking her out, but she is a formidable foe whose indictment of government corruption is well documented and has been out there for quite some time. She will only become more powerful if they try it.

      Just goes to show everyone how incredibly stupid Schiff is.

      Liked by 9 people

    • Peppurr says:

      She’s very brave. Glad you read the book. I bought it about 4 mos ago and can’t find the time to read it because of reading here in all my spare time!!

      Liked by 7 people

  23. tozerbgood8315 says:

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  24. Paul Gallant says:

    Where is bagpipes?

    Liked by 1 person

  25. AnotherView says:

    Piss off Popeye Schiff…..Sidney Powell is about to kick your ass into next week….LOL

    Liked by 9 people

  26. willthesuevi says:

    Sydney Powell does not mince or waste words, nor does she use useless important sounding words, but damn does she get her point across.

    She certainly has a talent.

    Liked by 13 people

  27. Aintree says:

    Schiff continues to badger Gen Flynn for his alleged “lie” or pressured plea after 3 years appx. but Comey and McCabe have only been shamed by IG Horowitz’s Report to 1/2 or 2/5 of the nation and then they are allowed to walk free to mock Trump and taunt his supporters. If you include all the other Coup members like Strzok, Page, Wolfe and so on that were given special privileges, the absurdity of it all is mind boggling.

    Barr refuses to indict Schiff’s pals in the FBI and other miscreants even when the IG recommends it and the evidence is sufficient. But a political weasel and a buffoon that were handed Congressional Chair power by duped Dem voters, can harass and threaten any American they choose with impunity. That is not America at its best.

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  28. TwoLaine says:

    What to Expect from House Dems’ New Lawyer Hire in ‘Aggressive’ Trump Campaign Probe
    by Colin Kalmbacher | 4:07 pm, March 5th, 2019
    https://lawandcrime.com/high-profile/what-to-expect-from-house-dems-new-lawyer-hire-in-aggressive-trump-campaign-probe

    Liked by 2 people

  29. The watchability index has shifted from Schiff to Sullivan. Expect judicial bombshells from here on out.

    Liked by 1 person

  30. L_Dave says:

    Sidney Powell’s brief is an excellent summary of the crooked cops’ efforts against General Flynn.

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