Flynn Lawyer Response to Threats and Targeted Harassment by Chairman Adam Schiff…

Michael Flynn’s lawyer, Sidney Powell, responds to the threats and harassment from HPSCI Chairman Adam Schiff and his retained political Lawfare subcontractors:


Not enough people understand the role of the Lawfare group in the corruption and political weaponization of the DOJ, FBI and larger intelligence community.

What Media Matters is to corrupt left-wing media, the Lawfare group is to the corrupt DOJ and FBI.

All of the headline names around the seditious conspiracy against Donald Trump assemble within the network of the Lawfare group.

Three days after the October 21st, 2016, FISA warrant was obtained, Benjamin Wittes outlined the insurance policy approach.

FBI Director James Comey, FBI Legal Counsel James Baker, Comey memo recepient Daniel Richman, Deputy AG Sally Yates, Comey friend Benjamin Wittes, FBI lead agent Peter Strzok, FBI counsel Lisa Page, Mueller lead Andrew Weissmann and the Mueller team of lawyers, all of them -and more- are connected to the Lawfare group; and this network provides the sounding board for all of the weaponized approaches, including the various new legal theories as outlined within the Weissmann-Mueller Report.

The Lawfare continuum is very simple. The corrupt 2015 Clinton exoneration; which became the corrupt 2016 DOJ/FBI Trump investigation; which became the corrupt 2017 DOJ/FBI Mueller probe; is currently the 2019 “impeachment” plan. Weissmann and Mueller delivering their report evolved the plan from corrupt legal theory into corrupt political targeting. Every phase within the continuum holds the same goal.

The current “impeachment strategy” is planned-out within the Lawfare group.

After the 2018 mid-terms, and in preparation for the “impeachment” strategy, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler hired Lawfare Group members to become committee staff.

Chairman Schiff hired former SDNY U.S. Attorney Daniel Goldman (link), and Chairman Nadler hired Obama Administration lawyer Norm Eisen and criminal defense attorney Barry Berke (link), all are within the Lawfare network.

Remember, Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller didn’t come into this process as an ‘outsider’, and Mueller didn’t select his team. The corrupt Lawfare team inside government (FBI Counsel James Baker, DOJ Deputy Andrew Weissmann, FBI Deputy McCabe etc.) already knew Mueller. The team had established personal and professional connections to Mueller, and they brought him in to lead the team.

When you realize that Robert Mueller didn’t select the team; rather the preexisting team selected their figurehead, Robert Mueller; then results make sense. Robert Mueller can never be allowed to testify to congress without a handler, because when questioned about specifics he actually has very little understanding of what took place.

A disconcerting aspect to the Lawfare dynamic is how current U.S. Attorney General William Barr has knowledge of this. Barr knows and understands how the Lawfare network operates. Barr is from this professional neighborhood. Like Mueller, Barr also knows these people.

“As a matter of law. In other words, we didn’t agree with the legal analysis- a lot of the legal analysis in the report. It did not reflect the views of the department. It was the views of a particular lawyer or lawyers“…


Under Eric Holder, Sally Yates, Loretta Lynch, Tom Perez, Robert Mueller, James Comey and Andrew McCabe, the focus of the DOJ and FBI became prismatic toward politics and tribalism. All of the hired senior lawyers and officials had to be aligned with the political intents of the offices.

[CIA Director John Brennan brought the same political goals to an intelligence apparatus that held a preexisting disposition of alignment, see Mike Morell: “I ran the CIA now I’m endorsing Hillary Clinton”.]

Their agencies were used against their ideological enemies in large operations like Fast-n-Furious, IRS targeting, Gibson Guitar etc. And also smaller operations: Henry Louis Gates, George Zimmerman, Darren Wilson, Ferguson, Baltimore etc. All of these activist Lawfare examples were pushed and promoted by an allied media.

Many of the ‘weaponized’ approaches use radical legal theory (ex. disparate impact), and that ties into the purposes and methods of the Lawfare Group. The intent of Lawfare is described in the name: to use Law as a tool in Warfare. The ideology that binds the group is the ideological outlook and purpose: using the legal system to target political opposition.

The Lawfare group ensures you have the right to remain guilty until they verify your politics and determine your alignment with the tribe. If accepted, your disposition shifts to innocent and you receive a pass to avoid any legal jeopardy…

When special counsel Robert Mueller formally closed the Russia investigation on May 29th, he opened the door to wide-ranging speculation as to the intent behind his statement. In the eyes of Former Texas Prosecutor Sidney Powell, Mueller’s words stood the rule of law and the presumption of innocence on their heads.

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154 Responses to Flynn Lawyer Response to Threats and Targeted Harassment by Chairman Adam Schiff…

  1. Ms.Powell is intellectually brilliant and ” book smart “. But…. the most IMPORTANT COMMENT she stated was ( paraphrase) … ” prosecutors have ABSOLUTE IMMUNITY …”

    NOTHING IS GOING TO CHANGE … NO BAD GUYS WILL BE ARRESTED , under present conditions. People …. lower all expectations.

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    • GP says:

      “NOTHING IS GOING TO CHANGE … NO BAD GUYS WILL BE ARRESTED , under present conditions. People …. lower all expectations.”

      Have known and said same for 18 months. No one is going to jail and We the People will do nothing and the DS knows we will do nothing and that is why no one is going to jail.

      Mind you, I’m not sure anything can be done at this point. I think we’re “way far yonder” (Sheriff Andy Taylor) past that point. The spy-state is built out and any kind of a revolt would be crushed before it got started. The DS knows more about us than we know about ourselves.

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      • Daniel says:

        I think you actually over-estimate the spy powers a touch. Yes, lots of automated monitoring and flagging going on. Lots of “useful idiots” are harvested in this way on a regular basis. But there’s a LOT they didn’t see coming — specifically President Trump and his supporters. Could be the reason they didn’t see us coming is because they weren’t looking.

        All I would ask of people here is that when there is a call to action, you answer. Forget about your nay-saying “never going to happen.” I refuse to accept that but it doesn’t mean I have expectations to the contrary either. I know what I want to see and I haven’t seen it yet.

        It’s complicated business folks. Just remember that.

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        • I think that Barr returned to the AG’s post – becoming only the second person in US history to have done so – for a reason. He selected Durham and several others for the same reason. His President has made it extremely clear that “getting to the bottom of this” is a priority and that it will become a part of his legacy.

          But – the legal process as it stands right now must(!) be: secret. Declassified information must be shown to Grand Juries, since this is the only way to obtain an indictment. Prosecutors follow the rules that say that they cannot discuss pending litigation. (Notably, “James Comey didn’t.”) An impenetrable veil of secrecy has been cast down over everything. That does not mean that “nothing’s going on.”

          Epstein had no idea that two indictments had been sworn out against him when he landed his plane in America that night.

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          • FINALLLLLY….ONE INDIVIDUAL COMMENT in the slew of comments that ACTUALLY makes more sense than anything else. People need to understand, President Donald J Trump has said on more than one occasion: “THIS CANNOT HAPPEN TO ANOTHER PRESIDENT.” … People here and on other websites seem to forget wantonly that this President is like no other!!!

            AND HE MEANS BUSINESS…This not some run of the mill Presidency like the others…This man wants the US Government turned OVER to the PEOPLE of the United States.

            Mike Robinson — YOU DESERVE A GOLD MEDAL!!!…EVERYTHING HAS TO BE DONE IN SECRET. Doing time projections on this and that is nonsense.

            When the HAMMER falls it is going the “Hammer of Thor”!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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          • Mac says:

            People DO realize that the arrest of Epstein was for the sole purpose of neutralizing the Clinton family in the lead-up to the 2020 elections. The last thing that the power structure in the US wanted was Epstein in a position to name names. And, what people have to understand was that the Clintons were not Epstein victims, they were Epstein partners. Epstein was supposed to be held, while the legal drama dragged out, until after the 2020 elections. This would have checked Clinton influence in the elections. There is a civil war in progress on the left, in this country. When Epstein was eliminated, the group running this op then tried to release the records from the civil case against Epstein, which would do the same thing, though in a more draconian manner. There is a vast, and dangerous power struggle in progress in this country and it is centered in the radical, anti-American left.

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    • kevin m miele says:

      BUT there are well over 180 SEATED JUDGES by TRUMP so when the trials begin JUSTICE WILL BE SERVED….remember the sealed indictments(100K) have to be unsealed…..

      Liked by 2 people

    • Chad C says:

      Does that immunity apply if there is a effort, based on tainted evidence, to distort the intent of the law? There are two important aspects of challenging the prosecution. The first is to defeat their efforts to harass their targets, and the second is to prevent that harassment from be used in the future. If their is sufficient public outrage to such efforts, perhaps their revenue model and goals will need to change.


      • glissmeister says:

        Is there not compelling argument this “LAWFARE” group is also an economic entity where collaborators conspire to enrich themselves via direct and indirect conspiratorial influence at the revolving door to government employment, which also lies at the nexus of BIG LAW and BIG LAW SCHOOL employment? We do not think of the activities of lawyers and law professors as economic, but they clearly are.

        Over the last ten years, how many millions of dollars of government payment and government influence inspired payment have poured into the pockets of BIG LAW and BIG LAW SCHOOL because a conspiracy of gatekeepers plot and to some extent extort influence in the public commons in a manner entirely parochial and overwhelmingly self-dealing as part of a apparent conspiracy to knowingly use lies to overthrow a duly elected POTUS.

        This apparent conspiracy called “LAWFARE” seems to have much in common with other forms of racketeering. But only this one seems to be hell-bent on usurping the vote of the American public; to declare by apparent actions and self-named identity a type of war against the American People.

        This does not seem so much a matter free speech as instead a pattern of premeditated actions, malign conspiracy, psychopathies of conceit and obsessive contempt for the voting public. Not unlike a Predator Caste, they seem to conduct an institutionalized collusion; a fifth column within our instutitutions, with apparent intent to materially usurp and subordinate the American voting persons rights, voice and standing and by force of collaborative subterfuge and possible abuse of the law to effectively unperson them as citizens by reducing them to mere subjects of their unelected self-serving superiors who clamor to dominate the Democratic Party, its corporations and the cabals of attorneys who are seek perpetual and disproportionate enrichment at the revolving doors of lucrative insider dealings between the corporations we call government, business, academia and political parties.

        Fifth Column? Primarily funded by Chinese money? Ultimately sponsored by foreign interests? Sponsored in part by funding foreign nationals and lucrative international contracts and consulting relationships?

        Predator Caste. Fifth Column.

        A Plague of Scribes.

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    • mickjt says:

      Yes, but prosecutors are not immune to other actions…nuff said! SUE them PERSONALLY!


  2. Julian says:

    “When you realize that Robert Mueller didn’t select the team; rather the preexisting team selected their figurehead, Robert Mueller; then results make sense. Robert Mueller can never be allowed to testify to congress because if questioned he actually has very little understanding of what took place.”

    That may be so.

    But the good news is that a Trump supporting patriot named Miss Lindsey can subpoena Mueller and he has nowhere to hide!!!

    Go Miss Lindsey!!! Draining the Swamp!!!

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  3. John Comnenus says:

    Professor Angelo Codevilla belled the cat about the politicisation of the CIA and intelligence in his CRB review of two books about the CIA in 2007.

    He says “The CIA has always valued fighting battles in Washington more than fighting America’s battles abroad.”

    He further observed that: “The CIA’s purpose … is to control foreign policy by constraining the minds of those who are supposed to be in charge of it.”

    He concludes powerfully by saying “…the CIA serves not the United States but it’s own corporate interests and its partisan vision. It will continue to do so until a president who understands this remakes U.S. intelligence from the ground up.”

    Read it all and weep for your country:

    Liked by 3 people

    • jebg46 says:

      Very insightful. Definitely describes the battle President Trump is fighting with the CIA, Dept of Defense, state Department philosophies.

      Liked by 1 person

    • glissmeister says:

      Institutions get sick. They are prone to malignancy. This is what sick, malignant institutions do. This is what sick, malignant communities do.

      Zombie institutions of the Zombie state. They need death to find peace. If they cannot find peace, they will disease and destroy everyone and everything they touch.

      Zombies are real. Artifacts of law birthed by lawyers.

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  4. dimbulbz says:

    We are in trouble. I see no end to this multi Tiered justice system. Bill Barr is clearly an advocate of it. I’m about to start trying voodoo dolls for all our DOJ deep staters, because nothing else has worked. I hear it can be therapeutic sticking in all those pins. Then I think, We won the White house. We will probably win it again – unless they steal it. Which I do think is something they will do even if they get caught, a slap on the wrist… no biggy.

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    • ann says:

      We’ve been in trouble for a long time, and a miserable frustrating era for citizens who place liberty above politics.

      That said, all the ugliness of this bitter caste of power clingers is exposed now to the public . The Uniparty is unveiled & recognised for reactionary phonies .

      I find hope in the rising tide of a more informed and cautious electorate that is not stuck in circa 1966 Leftist cant.

      The Resist are Heros only to a insulated class defined. by self absorption.
      The rest of the country, and a good part of the world knows them as dirty and stale.

      Liked by 9 people

  5. shevee says:

    Sydney Powell is dynamite! She’ll be on with Hannity Tuesday night–should be a good segment IF he doesn’t keep interrupting her (lol).

    Liked by 8 people

    • jebg46 says:

      What do you mean, IF. /s

      Liked by 3 people

    • Hannity is about 30% efficient in delivering Swamp-related news. The rest of the time is Hannity monologues, interruptions, crosstalk, and mini-monologues. This is not counting the 35% commercials and 10% intro/outro, station ID, and Fox promo’s. So maybe 15 minutes of content per hour of TV.

      Still, that’s the highest % of patriot content the American consumer receives from a daily show. Hannity’s like eating modern vegetables that have 10% of the vitamins due to poor soils, long term storage, transportation, and loss in preparation.

      Bless Sundance for saving our brains with pure content, supercharged with deep and insightful analysis.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Patrick healy says:

        “The lawfare group ensures you have the right to remain guilty until they verify your politics, and determine your alignment with the tribe. If accepted, your disposition shifts to innocent and you receive a pass to avoid any legal jeopardy”
        Thus stated Sundance above. How I envy you Americans to have should a towering astute upholder of logic and common sense. That statement should be part of every law class.
        I hope you all treasure him, and support his diligence iin exposing the corruption visited on the western world by the satanic Marxists who are out to destroy our way of life.
        God bless him and your President, and please remember our sad country (Britain) in your prayers.
        We have no one like Sundance to look up to.

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      • Peppurr says:

        True re Hannity. I’d just add his repetitious nonsense. And you’re right about his worthless interruptions. You know darn well these guests have more to say on the topic. They come prepared. You can see the disappointment in their faces or their slump, when he interrupts. I’ve often wondered how much time and trouble it takes these people to get to his studio for hair and makeup etc., only to get little time to speak. Very frustrating for both his guests (I’m sure) and viewers.

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    • underwhelmingposter says:

      Hannity talked so much tonight he was cutting off Jim Jordan, who I really wanted to hear. Hannity gets his lips flapping immediately and then they go on auto-pilot. Because his viewership is high and more than likely he has great producers, he gets great guests. Then he cuts them short, or spills the brunt of their story before they get on. NO ONE gets the air space to comment fully on a subject that they know a great deal about. I shouted at Hannity tonight, and finally went to Monday Night Football.
      It is frustrating.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Justin Green says:

      I tried posting this before in a post that never made it past the rubbish bin.

      But my parents, who are now in their 70’s, and their friends, only know about this because of Hannity.

      So as much as his shows might be disappointing to those of us who’ve been able to take the time to read here, Hannity serves a good purpose, and the point is well transmitted to those who only watch him – the FBI and DOJ attempted a coup, illegally, and they’re currently getting away with it.

      Liked by 8 people

      • Reloader says:

        This site really does take some effort, a good education, time spent and patience to read a lot. These things are not taught/not promoted today. I have repeatedly suggested to friends that they read here, all people 50, 60, 70 plus years old, and none of them indicate that they are able to.

        So it is a good point that Hannity is a sort of Primer for many people.

        Lots of great comments here today, both above and below this point.

        Liked by 5 people

    • lisa belanger says:

      shevee i totally agree he drives me crazy withhis interruption
      its almost as if he is the host and the answerer.

      Liked by 2 people

  6. Atomic Hillbilly says:

    If the laws don’t apply to the elites, do they apply to any of us?

    If they can arbitrarily persecute their political enemies, can their political enemies arbitrarily persecute them?

    4 words for your consideration: common law grand juries.

    Here’s how they work 👇

    Is it torches and pitchforks time yet?


    • farrier105 says:

      “If the laws don’t apply to the elites, do they apply to any of us?”

      Yes, the laws absolutely apply to you. Congress and prosecutors are immune. We are not. How much trouble you incur from a violation depends on your ideology, at least in part, as the nature of the violation controls how much leniency you will get for the violation. Something came up about that yesterday, where the leftist who really tried to kill Rand Paul for all practical purposes, got 30 days for his crime. That sentencing got appealed, and the violator faces a stiffer penalty from a higher court. This is the insurance policy for those on the left who violate laws in order to attack the opposition.

      Another interesting aspect of this is the eagerness of the Administration to release all the Mueller Report with minimized redactions. Primarily grand jury material, much of it could have been redacted, or it could have been kept secret for that reason. Publishing it, for purposes of transparency, played nicely into the Lawfare purpose for it. Mueller failed, so they had to use Mueller’s report to pump oxygen into the left’s cries for impeachment. You see, the “little people” on the left have to have impeachment dangled in front of them like a carrot in front of a reluctant, harnessed mule. The Establishment has to keep “hope porn” alive for the millions on the left to keep them active. In the same way, the opponents of the left have to have their daydreams of justice served on the Deep State alive by all sorts of bedtime story assurances that justice is “right around the corner.” This is the way DIVIDE AND CONQUER keeps chugging forward.

      Anyone want to bet the same people control BOTH sides of this thing? I mean, how many wars have the same Super Rich types armed both sides? Try the Cold War. Take a look at the Superpower China has become and how Google, Apple, et. al. can’t do enough for the PEOPLE’S LIBERATION ARMY. Meanwhile, many of the same people sell to our military. Our exported capital built that enemy that is China. Those are our corporations over there. Controlling both sides is nothing about which our “betters” aren’t very well acquainted by now.

      As far as this domestic mess goes, well, we do have Mr. Butowsky’s legal filing wherein he states journalist Seymour Hersh told Butowsky that Andrew McCabe of the FBI told Hersh that Seth Rich stole the DNC emails and sold them to Wikileaks. McCabe tells the Congress and publicly states the Russians did it, but then feeds a legend to the other side to keep them going. It wouldn’t surprise me in the least if Butowsky’s story is true. Not at all.

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      • farrier105 says:

        Oh, in case many have forgotten, it was people on the left, upper middle management I surmise, who were responsible for luring Butowsky into his mess. Ellen Ratner, her once sister-in-law who left brother Michael Ratner for far left attorney WILLIAM KUNSTLER (former OSS and probably CIA) who was once a lawyer for Julian Assange. Ellen Ratner, despite being a FOX News contributor, is the host of a “progressive” talk radio program in the Cleveland area.

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      • Actually, I think that Lawfare et al never expected the Report to actually be made public. They wrote “press releases” at the start of every Volume-2 section and didn’t give a damn about Volume-1. It was then to be “the holy book in the hands of the priest that only the priest could read.” But, when it was publicly revealed, it was publicly revealed for what it was – which was not “a Special Counsel document.” Volume-1 barely qualifies as such; Volume-2 is legal trash and trash-talk.

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        • farrier105 says:

          The bulk of the public do not understand any of that. What it did, in practicality, was exactly what I said–it raised the voices from the left demanding impeachment for either Obstruction or Collusion, which most of them still claimed happened.

          I had a discussion on Twitter with a Lawfare boy about the Mueller Report. They ate it up with a spoon that it was released.

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  7. JoeMeek says:

    Guilty until never proven innocent.

    Liked by 1 person

  8. askandgettruth says:

    how are these idiots allowed to be in govt?? schiff needs to go. the dems are so desperate they will do anything to ruin this country

    Liked by 2 people

  9. A S K says:

    Well identifying the problem is a beginning. Now that we know this is a group of select lawyers that hired Mueller, simply as a figure head, and that they weaponized the FBI. Now we know Mueller needs a handler to speak for him, as he hasn’t a clue of what those appointed to be his investigative team have or don’t have in their findings. This calls for a military tribunal and these people involved need to pay we the people, the tax payers back for their part in this corruption. Fines, levies, penalties, seizures of personal property and cash and future retirements and benefits including social security benefits to reimburse the federal treasury. If these people are held accountable, it will put an end to this harassment of US citizens like General Flynn, President Trump, and those who have been harassed and falsely accused by the political opposition.

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  10. Rick says:

    I have a question. I took the oath to defend the constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic. I can tell an enemy by their words and deeds, so does that mean its my duty to take them out, or do I have to wait until someone else says – there’s one get him, and who might that be?

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  11. mickjt says:

    In other words, POUND SAND!


  12. Chris J Lilley says:

    What happened in court today with Sullivan?


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