Further Evidence Intelligence Community Inspector General is Part of Lawfare Alliance…

Details are beginning to surface about the deep state Whistleblower complaint.  It is possible in the next few days the 6-page complaint, which utilized media reports to construct the supportive evidence for the phone call accusation against President Trump, will be made public.

That said, within a heavy propaganda report from the New York Times there are details about the Intelligence Community Inspector General that show the tell-tale fingerprints of the ICIG supportive intent (emphasis mine):

[…] Mr. Atkinson, a Trump appointee, nevertheless concluded that the allegations appeared to be credible and identified two layers of concern.

The first involved a possible violation of criminal law. Mr. Trump’s comments to Mr. Zelensky “could be viewed as soliciting a foreign campaign contribution in violation of the campaign-finance laws,Mr. Atkinson wrote, according to the Justice Department memo. (read more)

Does the “foreign campaign contribution” angle sound familiar?  It should, because that argument was used in the narrative around the Trump Tower meeting with the Russian Lobbyist Natalia Veselnitskaya.  More specifically, just like FARA violations the overused “campaign contribution” narrative belongs to a specific network of characters, Lawfare.

The center of the Lawfare Alliance influence was/is the Department of Justice National Security Division, DOJ-NSD.  It was the DOJ-NSD running the Main Justice side of the 2016 operations to support Operation Crossfire Hurricane and FBI agent Peter Strzok.  It was also the DOJ-NSD where the sketchy legal theories around FARA violations (Sec. 901) originated.

The Intelligence Community Inspector General (ICIG) is Michael K Atkinson.  ICIG Atkinson is the official who accepted the ridiculous premise of a hearsay ‘whistle-blower‘ complaint; an intelligence whistleblower who was “blowing-the-whistle” based on second hand information of a phone call without any direct personal knowledge, ie ‘hearsay‘.

Michael K Atkinson was previously the Senior Counsel to the Assistant Attorney General of the National Security Division of the Department of Justice (DOJ-NSD) in 2016. That makes Atkinson senior legal counsel to John Carlin and Mary McCord who were the former heads of the DOJ-NSD in 2016 when the stop Trump operation was underway.

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[Irony Reminder: The DOJ-NSD was purposefully under no IG oversight. In 2015 the OIG requested oversight and it was Sally Yates who responded with a lengthy 58 page legal explanation saying, essentially, ‘nope – not allowed.’ (PDF HERE) All of the DOJ is subject to oversight, except the NSD.]

Put another way, Michael Atkinson was the lawyer for the same DOJ-NSD players who: (1) lied to the FISA court (Judge Rosemary Collyer) about the 80% non compliant NSA database abuse using FBI contractors; (2) filed the FISA application against Carter Page; and (3) used FARA violations as tools for political surveillance and political targeting.

Yes, that means Michael Atkinson was Senior Counsel for the DOJ-NSD, at the very epicenter of the political weaponization and FISA abuse.

Immediately after the Carter Page FISA warrant is approved, in the period where DOJ-NSD head John Carlin has given his notice of intent to leave but not yet left, inside those specific two weeks, the National Security Division of the DOJ tells the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) they have been breaking the law. The NSD specifically inform the court they are aware of contractors who have been using FISA 702(16)(17) database search queries to extract information on political candidates.

DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz has looked into the FISA application used against U.S. Person Carter Page. Additionally, U.S. Attorney John Durham is said to be looking at the intelligence communities’ use of systems for spying and surveillance.

If the DOJ-NSD exploitation of the NSA database, and/or DOJ-NSD FISA abuse, and/or DOJ-NSD FARA corruption were ever to reach sunlight, current ICIG Atkinson -as the lawyer for the process- would be under a lot of scrutiny for his involvement.

Yes, that gives current ICIG Michael Atkinson a strong and corrupt motive to participate with the Schiff/Lawfare impeachment objective.

Atkinson’s conflict-of-self-interest, and/or possible blackmail upon him by deep state actors who most certainly know his compromise, likely influenced his approach to this whistleblower complaint.   That would explain why the Dept. of Justice Office of Legal Counsel so strongly rebuked Atkinson’s interpretation of his responsibility with the complaint.

In the Justice Department’s OLC opinion, they point out that Atkinson’s internal justification for accepting the whistleblower complaint was poor legal judgement.  [See Here]  I would say Atkinson’s decision is directly related to his own risk exposure:

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386 Responses to Further Evidence Intelligence Community Inspector General is Part of Lawfare Alliance…

  1. Dutchman says:

    Who is the “certain wealthy citisen of yours” who PDJT seems to be saying HAS the server, I wonder? Is he talking about $oro$?

    Computer illiterate, but WHY would the DNC computer be in Ukraine?
    In fact, why hasn’t it been soaked in bleach and smashed with hammers by now?

    It could possibly contain evidence, of a motive for MURDER. IF it shows that Crowdstrike uncovered that Seth downloaded to a thumbdrive, AND that they told the DNC, well,..theres your motive.
    Doesn’t PROVE they did it, but its ONE element of the crime.

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    • stephen fenlon says:

      IIRC the owner/founder of Crowdstrike is a Ukrainian Oligarch

      Liked by 3 people

      • Dutchman says:

        Hmmmm,…but highly unlikely to turn over the server, IF he is the one that has it,…

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        • farrier105 says:

          If you are talking about Dmitri Alperovitch, he is Russian. Alperovitch was, in early 2016, Crowdstrike’s chief of technology. Shawn Henry was in charge of the surveillance of the DNC network. Henry was the FBI executive in charge of cybercrimes response, what is called “Incident Response” in the private sector.

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          • jeff montanye says:

            he is russian but he hates the russian government. he is a member of the atlantic council and generally a neocon/neolib supporter of the attack on russia including the ukraine putsch led by victoria nuland, hillary clinton and barack obama.

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            • TJ says:

              Which gives us a “Russian”…who setup security and tested(hacked?) that security with his company, CS.

              So an anti-Russia Russian, working with the Clinton/DNC, that is the CTO of CS, investigated the “hack”, and concluded, “Russians hacked the server”.

              Google/Schmidt also invested $100 Million in CS.

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              • Google/Schmidt was a high level advisor to Clinton and Obama both, has contributed to one world government, is a ‘master race’ supporter, an abortion supporter and….a pal of Soros.

                …begin to understand why ever since I learned who Schmidt was I’ve done a 180 from my early Google loving days and now loathe and avoid it with a passion…watching as it implodes as all companies do that go off on a political agenda.

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            • Jimmy Jack says:

              Thank you. I was going to say he is part of the apparatus behind the Ukraine protest nonsense. Tiki torch fiasco (that looked just like Charlottesville).

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      • suejeanne1 says:

        Was Andrew’Andre/Andrei/Andrej

        Bakaj born in the Ukraine and does he have ties to Ukraine that played a part in all of this?

        I find an Andrew Bakaj whose family was from Ukraine and settled in Passaic, New Jersey – is there more to his connection than “just” being a lawyer or with the CIA?

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      • snellvillebob says:

        Copies of Hillary’s Bleachbitted emails would be a great treasure of blackmail against her. Why wouldn’t an oligarch want to keep them for protection from her?

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    • Austin Holdout says:

      I read that one of the owners or investors in Crowdstrike is Ukrainian. Maybe Crowdstrike decided to “disappear it” to Ukraine where the FBI couldn’t find it. Maybe it has been destroyed, but the way things work there, it would more likely be held for its blackmail value.

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    • Joshua2415 says:

      Physically, the DNC server was never moved. Crowdstrike created a digital image of it for their “analysis”. Copies of that image could be anywhere. Heck the “analysis” may have been done in the Ukraine.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Yeah, I’m not that savvy on computers. But, it IS really interesting that DJT brought up both ‘server’ and ‘Crowdstrike’ in that conversation.
        Seems like desperation, the US ambassador to Ukraine denying visas, etc. to block this info getting to PDJT.
        Telegraphs how scared they are, raw nerve territory.

        And, I like how with reporters, he keeps turning it to CHINA.
        Ukraine was certainly a sinkhole of corruption, but CHINA is the real deal. Ukraine is the appetiser, China is the whole darn meal, desert included!

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        • you meant ‘dessert’, but considering what beautiful terrain and cultural history China has, the past 100 or so years are certainly turning it into a desert.

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          • Dutchman says:

            Exactly. Its not racial, or even cultural. The chinese are capable of innovation, the invented gunpowder, etc.

            And they are capable of phenominal quality of work, look at their great art.

            Its Conmunism, with a chinese influence, but Conmunism, nonetheless.

            PDJT, in his first UN address, hit the nail, right on the head; Venuzuela is NOT a case of Socialism ( Conmunism) done ‘wrong’ , its a perfect example of it done just the way its intended.
            The culture doesn’t matter. The ethnicity doesn’t matter. The HISTORY of the people subjugated, doesn’t matter.
            And, the ‘ideology’ used to CON the people into accepting it,…doesn’t matter.

            Its a CON. Like a ponzi scheme, it works for awhile, just long enough to get the people behind the Con in power.

            And then its hell trying to get them out, as we see in Venezuela, China, The EU, GB, and here.
            But, it WILL ultimately fail, thats also ‘baked into’ the mix. And, if history is any guide, 10’s of millions will die, in the process.

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        • Bird Watcher says:

          Re: “Seems like desperation, the US ambassador to Ukraine denying visas, etc. to block this info getting to PDJT”.
          The one thing I have never understood is, how hard is it really to get the information to people who need to know it? Put it on a thumb drive, and give it to someone going on to visit a relative in USA. Once there, the drive could be replicated, and distributed to 100’s of people. Why just give it to one source. as was eventually done? I am big on plan A, plan B, and plan C.

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          • Dutchman says:

            First of all, chain of evidence. Ukraine doesn’t know what U.S. is going to do with it, but if they are going to prosecute, there needs to be a clear, legal chain of evidence.
            Second, its highly sensitive CLASSIFIED information. You don’t handle it in that manner, at all.
            It IS, potentially blackmail info, in ‘the wrong hands’.

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    • bruzedorange says:

      I”m guessing the server was always physically located in Ukraine, for Hillary’s security.

      I’d also guess that keeping that server intact is for a certain wealthy citizen’s security…
      To protect against–how do they say it in Kiev? “Arkan-cамогубство”

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      • Dutchman says:

        Sorry, are you conflating HILLARYS ‘server’ with the DNC and DCC ‘servers’?
        If so, its a common mistake that has generally benefited Hillary and the Dems.

        Hillarys server was located in a closet in a bathroom of her N.Y home.
        Its hard to fathom the DNC and DCC had their servers located in Ukraine, during the campaign.
        The # of people who are candidates for arkanticide has grown to astronomical #’s, hasn’t it?
        Seems like at acertain point, it no longer is a practical option.

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    • Kintbury says:

      It may have always been in Ukraine. They are so concerned about security and all.

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      • Dutchman says:

        I suppose with the Inet, anythings possible. Seems to me if I was concerned about security, I would want it close, like Hillaries server.
        But, maybe thats an illusion for those that aren’t computer savvy.
        Actually, I’m not sure there is evidence to support that they were all that,concerned about security.
        Hillary sure wasn’t, using cell phones in unsecure areas, etc.
        And podesta using password as his password, etc.

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    • TJ says:

      Pinchuk?

      He’s donated at least $10Million to the Clinton Foundation and Mueller tried to tie him to the Trump foundation for a donation of $150K back in 2015.

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      • Mary Morse says:

        It’s reported that Michael Cohen solicited the donation.
        Michael Cohen personally took a $1m from Len Blavatnik, for unknown services.

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    • marymorse says:

      themarketswork make interesting connections that run thru Victor Pinchuk:
      https://themarketswork.com/2018/03/11/victor-pinchuk-the-clintons-endless-connections/

      IMO, Len Blavatnik and his Center for Cyber Research at Tel Aviv U are suspects.

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    • potential black mail of future politicians.

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  2. Rynn69 says:

    So, let’s get this straight.

    There were several people on this “Ukraine” call. There were people taking notes of the call to compile a transcript. There were people putting the transcript together. And none of those people are concerned. None. But one secondhand “whistleblower” is? LMAO.

    We all have a new game here. Everything is an impeachable offense.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      Yeah. My take: this latest Impeachable Offense is most definitely not “strong like bull”.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Correction: they don’t care if a DemonRAT President or DemonRAT Congress member breaks every law on the books, but if President Trump does something entirely legal and within his authority, if the DemonRATs don’t like it then it’s an “impeachable offense.”

      Therefore, any DemonRAT charges of impeachment of President Trump ought to be considered the same as an offer to sell the Brooklyn Bridge. They are meaningless. Blatant hypocrisy.

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  3. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Great work, Sundance. You nailed it.

    As I wrote in a comment on the Sept 26 presidential thread, this attempt to find a law that POTUS broke (which DOJ smacked down, as you stated) is a clear sign IMO that we have Lawfare Coup at work here.

    As I said in that other comment, I now expect — as the Dems create their new “Mueller Report” — the Lawfare gang to come up with some new and convoluted ‘law’ interpretation that they can use as rationale for their impeachment. Because right now they have none.

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    • jeff montanye says:

      my question is how this guy atkinson, with his crossfire hurricane credentials, got appointed inspector general for the intelligence services by the trump administration?

      ??

      Liked by 5 people

    • Actually, Larry Elder thinks that they want to impeach him because if Ginsburg goes and he suggests another supreme court candidate they can say that they will not honor the suggestions of an impeached president, stalling for time until he is re-elected.

      Pro life, Roe v Wade is HUGE.

      just heard on our 560 AM Bay ARea dial with Brian Sussman that there had been a Catholic, pro life bar owner who ran for congress and won (in the Clinton presidency)…and the very first week you are assigned to a committee that ‘fits’ you.

      Donna Shelayley (no idea how to spell it) approached him and said that if he wanted to ‘go anywhere’ he had to dump that pro life ‘s**t* right away.

      He didn’t, lasted two terms and left, totally soured on the Democrat party.

      today 560 AM radio podcast in the 7:15 to 7:45 a.m. hour would have the bit.

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      • Marshall Gill says:

        You are correct, nothing is more important to the Left than the destruction of that thing which they hate more than all others, human life.

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      • Kintbury says:

        I remember that Clinton got a judge through while under investigation and looked it up and it was actually two. I think Dems are screwed on that point.

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  4. fabrabbit says:

    Hey, Sundance excellent investigation and analysis. Hey, folks, don’t forget to donate to CTH.

    Liked by 7 people

  5. Countrywatch says:

    Well, they have certainly flushed him out into the open. Another one’s activities laid bare.

    Liked by 2 people

  6. Sentient says:

    Is there anyone in that F’d up city who isn’t against the People? I swear to God we’d be better off if somebody would blast it to smithereens – and my damn brother lives there.

    Liked by 9 people

    • chipin8511 says:

      9//11 they hit the wrong target should have been the W*** H instead of the pentagon.They would have done us a huge favor…..

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    • donna kovacevic says:

      I agree with you Sentient and personally I would give Putin the pleasure but make sure PDJT and a handful are out of there, then go for it. Boom. How evil and corrupt I can not fathom that at all. How does the President do it with all these snakes around just waiting to get at him. I pray for him daily and his family.

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      • I believe that 40 years working in the corporate world AND with beauty pageants AND with hotels and resorts AND with reality television AND with international wheeling and dealing…probably makes him think that these folks are doing massive evil…but they are not that bright.

        He is.

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    • TPW says:

      Do you think lil Kim missiles could reach that far …I mean if he is going to threaten such an attack might as well go for the big enchilada…….to those peeking in for nefarious reasons…..this is a joke…..sorta. But isn’t it strange that all these demented idiots who go and kill a bunch of people can’t seem to go after meaningful targets. But then again thats the aim of the Democrats to pit us nobodies against each other and take the eye off the real culprits of racism…and all their other isms. so thats these globalist self appointed genius rulers can go about their deconstruction of the US.

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  7. farrier105 says:

    Sumdance’s reference to Lawfare expertise in FARA is important because Marc Elias, who succeeded Lawfare contributor Robert Bauer as the head of “Political Law” at PERKINS COIE, the lawfirm at the epicenter of the DNC Hack Legend and the creation of the Steele Dossier, is an expert in such things.

    The bio confirms Elias’ role in both the Hillary Clinton and Kerry campaigns, as well as the DNC and other prominent Democratic political organizations. “Marc is currently general counsel to Hillary for America, the presidential campaign of Hillary Rodham Clinton. He served in the same role for John Kerry’s 2004 presidential campaign. Marc’s clients include the Democratic National Committee, Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, Democratic Governors Associations and U.S. senators, governors, representatives and their campaigns.”

    It further describes him as a “nationally recognized authority in the Federal Election Campaign Act, Lobbying Disclosure Act, Ethics in Government Act and Foreign Agents Registration Act,” and “a preeminent counselor in the areas of congressional and executive branch ethics and gift rules, and federal and state pay-to-play laws and rules.” According to the law firm biography, Elias “also advises and litigates claims under the Voting Rights Act, Help America Vote Act and National Voter Registration Act. Marc has litigated voting and campaign finance cases throughout the country in federal and state court. He has been involved in voting rights and/or redistricting litigation in a number of states, including Texas, Florida, New York, Ohio, North Carolina, Virginia, Nevada and Minnesota.”

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  8. Tim Holden says:

    We have now discovered the sense of Biden’s seemingly ridiculous statement about truth and fact. There is a difference. In the current Democrat world you can manufacture “truth” and you can ignore facts.

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    • Mark Levin was pointing out that Biden is NOT a nice guy, but a hatchet man. He first went after Bork and then Clarence Thomas and then Kavanaugh…and of course now we know that he went after the prosecutor so that he could claim to be not that wealthy, while his SON can take care of him in his old age with the billions he anticipates his corrupt help will provide him.

      Also had snips on Larry Elder yesterday of Pelosi, Biden, Schumer and Nadler piously pronouncing how evil and disrespectful to voters one party impeachments were. They pontificated on how it is inherently wrong to have one party so filled with hatred that they will give a middle finger to the president the people have elected.

      That is still out there and none of them even blink when you bring it up because as with all of their dogmas and creeds,…there is only self-interest and no courage of conviction will stand if it is not convenient.

      Explains COMPLETELY why the 10 commandments would be krypton for them

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  9. gvillewill says:

    I know that it would look bad if POTUS started firing all of these Government employees associated with Lawfare, but maybe he could have them reassigned to some very cold outpost?

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  10. Julian says:

    So presumably Durham has an indictment with Michael Atkinson’s name on it regarding the false FISA applications?

    Part of Trump’s plan to Drain the Swamp no doubt?

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    • When FISA findings – and pray for indictments – come out, Atkinson’s Chief Counsel role for the perps should immediately disqualify him from ANY role related to National Security. Terminate him immediately for failure to disclose what they did … then flip him.

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    • beaujackjangles says:

      Unfortunately, Michael Atkinson May have just given himself “ political” immunity by blowing on a whistle. It doesn’t matter that he couldn’t find a legitimate complaint, but it sure looks like he achieved his goal of the valuable Whistleblower title. Not to mention that he now also has the undying support of Nadler, Pelosi, Schiff and company.

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  11. Fake Ruby says:

    SD,

    Precisely right on the foreign campaign contribution angle.

    The proof?

    Our old friend Brandon Van Grack is now the head of DOJ’s FARA office.

    Boom.

    From March 6. Justice Dept. to Step Up Enforcement of Foreign Influence Laws

    Mr. Demers said that the department was overhauling its FARA enforcement unit and would assign Brandon L. Van Grack, a former prosecutor on Mr. Mueller’s team and a deputy chief in the national security division’s counterespionage unit, to oversee it. The new role shows that the department has shifted “from treating FARA as an administrative obligation and regulatory obligation to one that is increasingly an enforcement priority,” Mr. Demers said.

    Mr. Van Grack was involved in some of the special counsel’s most high-profile prosecutions, including the cases against Paul Manafort and Michael T. Flynn, former top aides to President Trump.

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  12. Countrywatch says:

    Very interesting tweet quoting account on why impeachment proceedings by Dems will not ultimately get anywhere, but in the meantime allow the President’s attorneys to subpoena and question under oath of all the key operators and get the evidence to bring them down – P Trump and his 5 D chess?

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    • icthematrix says:

      Perhaps this is why it was said by some that President Trump welcomed such a move. Seems a ridiculous and dangerous gambit, but brilliant if you know the entire apparatus of the swamp is against you (including a feckless AG who wont pursue justice).

      BURN … IT … DOWN.

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    • Rockindubya says:

      Don’t you just love it when a double-reverse works just like it did in football practice?

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    • William says:

      Never believe anything you read where the first thing the writer says is “I have a degree”.

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    • Grad says:

      Don’t be ridiculous. There are many Senate republicans who wouldn’t be able to take the sunlight of a trial. As soon as it comes to the Senate, McConnell will move for an immediate vote, and then it will end. Without the President showing his side of things. (And without the House showing theirs, but that will have been aired already in the media in the days leading up to it.) And the public will feel gypped out of its show trial, and people will nod sagely to each other and say, “those corrupt republicans, the fix was in.” McConnell is already on record as saying he won’t even waste one day on a trial. Pelosi wouldn’t have come out in support of impeachment, without a guarantee by McConnell that there wouldn’t be a trial.

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  13. frank field says:

    Appointees matter. Grrrrrr. Just encourages me to pray more.

    Trump for Rushmore.

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  14. lettruthspeak says:

    So if Sundance has this all figured out shouldn’t we believe that Trump’s lawyers also have it figured out, and why has nothing been done. More and more I feel this entire government is a LARP, and with all the lies and made up fake history this nation has had to endure that this fraudulent government has been in place for decades or longer. Come on folks, remember the old line about fooling some of the people all of the time…. Shakespeare wrote “all the world’s a stage”, and I suppose he or whomever was trying to clue us in so very long ago about the way things really are. Think about it. Where else on earth could you put together a herd of dingbats like the crackpot, freak show looking, crazy eyes staring, ridiculously outfitted doofuses in our Congress and across the globe? Seriously, it’s beyond pathetic. Don’t believe it, well just stay tuned to more action-packed stupidity masquerading as leadership because it is nonstop and coming your way.

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    • F2000 says:

      I’d like to think they have it figured out, but Atkinson coming from coup-plot central to an IG position has me a bit concerned that they don’t. Who pushed Atkinson for that role and are they still in or around the Prez?

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    • YvonneMarie says:

      This is the result of 500 years of humanity turning its back on God; turning its
      back on the Church that Jesus Christ gave to us.
      Predictions are that the bad guys lose in the end.
      And we are supposed to have a period (300 years?) of peace on earth
      before Antichrist.
      Anyway, as for now times,
      I have a feeling Trump (we Deplorables) will beat the shit out of
      Deep State.

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      • donna kovacevic says:

        YvonneMarie I am with you and I pray in Jesus’ Holy Name all the time , so do many others that know our Lord. He will not forsake us I pray. Amen.

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        • Yep…and more specifically almost 70 years of Jesus excluded from the public discourse and zeitgeist…and even MORE specifically, with the rise of Messiah Obama, Islam fed into our education and every venue of influence.

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  15. georgiagirl says:

    I’m checking which republicans are going to be in the committee with the inspector General hearing today. I believe Doug Collins? I’m calling to encourage questioning about their work with NSD of DOJ . Perhaps they can get him in the hot seat.

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  16. Interested Observer says:

    Campaign Finance violation?

    Stormy Daniels ring a bell? Same people involved with the same stupid legal theory.

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  17. Conservative_302 says:

    I read about this subject in an article on Rush Limbaugh. I found this article which sums up the elites, what drives them, and the times we are in. https://theopolisinstitute.com/the-principalities-and-powers-part-1/. The last paragraph sums them up perfectly. They will lose to Trump because nobody can’t beat God.

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  18. Lou Zimmer says:

    Wondering if there is a way to chart where the black hats were when the soft coup idea was hatched to where they are now. Would greatly help to forecast Deep State’s next move.

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  19. Appalled says:

    Michael Atkinson’s wife is Kathryn Cameron Atkinson, chair of Miller & Chevalier. Quotes from the law firm website:
    Miller & Chevalier’s Criminal Antitrust Investigations Group defends companies and executives in criminal cartel investigations and related litigation.
    Our team has extensive experience handling cases involving allegations of both domestic and global conspiracies to fix prices, rig bids and divide markets.
    Our White Collar Defense lawyers often operate at the intersection of international business and domestic enforcement of U.S. laws.

    Why wasn’t this considered a conflict of interest for Michael Atkinson’s appointment to any intelligence post? There are plenty of non-intelligence lawyer jobs in DC. Who vetted Michael Atkinson?

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    • Redzone says:

      Appalled, you ask who vetted the ICIG because of his wife’s job, when deep down you know his wife’s job was a prerequisite. I am just surprised she uses her married last name on the website.

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  20. Good grief, these former Trump-Russia Collusion cabal participants & co-conspirators are like cockroaches, scurrying about & leaving their excrement everywhere! We need an army of pest control professionals for the Intelligence Community!

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  21. F2000 says:

    Who pushed Atkinson for IC IG? And is that person still in the administration? If so, they should be removed ASAP, or at least quarantined.

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  22. We the people know says:

    Victoria Nuland’s Admits Washington Has Spent $5 Billion to “Subvert Ukraine”
    In the race for most despicable woman ever, Victoria Nuland is tied with Hillary Clinton.

    Also, here’s the entire Joe Biden video with CFR where he admits to strong arming Ukraine into firing the prosecutor looking into the corruption involving his son.
    Start listening at 50:34.
    I think an even bigger shocker was when Joe said, “But I don’t want to acknowledge you guys (the Council on Foreign Relations) are spying on the intelligence agencies.”

    Oh, and at the 52:20 mark Joe says he’s gone to Kiev 12 or 13 times. Between Joe and Vicky, Ukraine was completely subverted.

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    • We the people know says:

      “Fuck the EU!” (original File) – Victoria Nuland phoning with Geoffrey Pyatt

      Pyatt became part of a diplomatic scandal in January 2014, when his conversation with the Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs at the United States Department of State, Victoria Nuland, was apparently intercepted and uploaded to YouTube.[7][8][9]

      Assistant Secretary Victoria Nuland and Geoffrey Pyatt greet Ukrainian President-elect Petro Poroshenko before he met with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry in Warsaw, Poland, on June 4, 2014
      Pyatt supported the 2014 Ukrainian revolution against Ukraine’s President Victor Yanukovych.[7][10]
      Pyatt characterised pro-Russian separatist rebels in Donetsk and Luhansk as “terrorists”.[11]
      On September 25, 2015, during his speech at Odesa Financial Forum, Pyatt criticized Ukrainian Prosecutor’s office.[12]

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    • TJ says:

      Victoria Nuland is married to a passionate RINO Nevertrumper that openly stated he was no longer a Republican, and would be voting for Hillary as a “liberal interventionist”.

      Asst. Sec. of State for Europe, Victoria Nuland, phone call to US Ambassador to Ukraine, Geoffrey Pyatt, leaked to the news media on 4 February 2014, talking about the soon to be deposed Yanukovich and how to “glue this thing together”.

      “you need Biden”…”Biden is willing”…”F*** the EU”.

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  23. Don McAro says:

    so to sum it up…sooner or later we are going to lose our president to someone on the inside

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  24. snellvillebob says:

    I suggest that if we cut the salaries of all government workers in half, so many would leave that we would get our country back again.
    Five decades ago government jobs had low wages but an excellent retirement package. Then the unions moved in and demanded higher and higher wages until it now seems totally corrupt.
    Unlike GM and manufacturing, our government cannot move to Mexico, Canada, or China and a revolution would mean much blood shed. Is there any other way we can reduce the curse of these people?

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    • John says:

      No after the financial crisis, the usually haven for the ivy leaguers and big money dried up and they shifted from finance to government.

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    • litlbit2 says:

      Maybe yearly personnel audits for government workers starting two years prior to appointment through five years after leaving even if deceased.

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    • Kintbury says:

      They could move to Alaska though not that we have such excellent communications.

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    • MGBSE says:

      Nope…the very worst / corrupt would stay and be subsidized by s0R0s.

      It must be even more drastic then you’ve suggested …in one announcement confirm changes effective immediately…don’t give evil does time to organize:
      1. Cut salaries in half
      2. Cut number of agencies in half
      3. Cut number of personnel in half
      4. Move Fed Government Offices out of DC
      5. THOROUGHLY vet all remaining employees

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  25. Brant says:

    Isn’t SCOTUS Chief Justice the judge in the senate part of an impeachment? A bit scary know Roberts leanings, but maybe forced to rule more precisely than before.

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    • Grad says:

      I am no expert, but the Chief Justice just presides in an impeachment. He does not act like a regular trial judge, he makes no rulings at all. McConnell (and his majority) reigns supreme. If he has the votes, whatever he says, goes.

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  26. wightmanfarm says:

    I didn’t hold out any hope that the upcoming IG (Horowitz) report would be anything but a nothing burger. But with this recent display of Democrat panic, I’m beginning to think that it might be devastating for the Dems. I now think there is a 40% chance that it may be a game changer.

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    • My sense is that we have already just had the game changer, in this new “whistleblower” saga. And I can specify the game change precisely: President Donald Trump has now taken up the reins himself, and is wielding them with immediate, electric effect.

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    • chipin8511 says:

      Douglas Gabriel former NSA american intelligence media.com said it 2 years ago IG is where the truth goes to die… 9/11 Uranium In One Las Vegas Epstein all cover-ups…Washington DC is a cesspool of criminals.

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  27. dawg says:

    And Charles Mcullough, the former ICIG, is now with Compass Rose Law Firm, along with Andrew Bakaj, the attorney for the “whistleblower”!

    https://compassrosepllc.com/mccullough/

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  28. John Haney says:

    My “cold fury” is turning to red hot rage.

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  29. Bogeyfree says:

    At least JFK was smart enough to put his brother RFK in as AG. It worked for a couple of years but it does show two people alone are not enough to fight the deepstate.

    PT must start going OUTSIDE the Beltway and bring new conservative, MAGA blood into DC government in leadership roles.

    It should be automatic disqualification if the person suggested currently resides in DC.

    Can you imagine how many applicants PT would get if he tweeted. I’m looking to drain the swamp in DC but I need your help and volunteers to come to DC so we can do it together!

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  30. owtolunch says:

    Trump just needs to say he was complying with the Treaty the US has with Ukraine regarding “Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters” that was signed by Al Gore in 1999. This Treaty puts forward the criteria for cooperating and investigating criminal and civil matters that cross our borders with Ukraine and vice versa.. It is exactly the mechanism that is required when requesting support in investigating wrongdoings by respective person(s) in each others countries. The interference by Joe Biden and the actions taken by his son Hunter Biden fall directly into the criteria in this Treaty.

    It could be quite embarrassing to the media to see they have completely missed this Treaty with Ukraine. It was passed as a specific action by the US Congress for these very purposes.

    https://www.congress.gov/106/cdoc/tdoc16/CDOC-106tdoc16.pdf

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  31. Gonna be another long day.

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  32. John-Y128 says:

    PDJT went up against the Intelligence Community from day one, and their #1 Enemy is their very own POTUS, surprised they haven’t JFK him by now, must be hard to find the right patsy.

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  33. Concernedcitizen says:

    Think of Atkinson as a sleeper agent embedded in the Intelligence Community by the Deep Swamp.
    Sleeper agents are extremely valuable and only activated in times of crisis. The Swamp is in crisis and desperate to destroy the one person who can take them down – President Trump.
    There are other sleepers out there like Atkinson and we’ll see them activated from time to time in the lead-up to the election.

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  34. Fools Gold says:

    In version 1.0 we had Jeff sessions and Huber, in 2.0 we have Barr and Durham. Are we again being snookered in 2.0? The only difference I see at this point is Barr plays bagpipes and blows harder…I haven’t open my pop corn since this all started. Instead I’ve purchased a Evirnonmental suit with an oxygen mask to be able to breath. I’ll take it off when big dominos began falling.

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  35. askandgettruth says:

    pres trump is going through the most evil and corrupt band of commies this world has ever seen. it is a wonder he can get any work done. HIT-LLRY is behind all of this. she and her rapist hubby need to see the long arm of justice. god help us all

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  36. pochas94 says:

    There is entirely too much clowning around in Congress. We need a constitutional amendment to require that impeachment proceedings be authorized by the Supreme Court.

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  37. aProvider says:

    What a joke. Kill them all.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      WE know MItt is a weakling. For him to have been so out in front the last week against Trump on this Ukraine thing has to be because he’s afraid his own name and Bain Capital will be revealed in any investigation involving Ukraine.

      Mitt liked his life on the Coast, in his neat beach home near San Diego. He was talked out of retirement because something could possibly touch him and his buddies.

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  38. maggiemoowho says:

    This whistleblower could be a CNN fool or even Adam Schitt himself. Anyone can come out with second hand info or just made up info. Does anyone know who this person is, other than the inspector guy?

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  39. Atomic Hillbilly says:

    More of the same old swamprats who think they get to decide who the president is…..

    I wish I had more confidence that Barr and Durham are actually on top of this and not just waiting for those other swamprats to finally railroad Trump….

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  40. YeahYouRight says:

    Andy McCarthy has let me down again for his failure to get his head around the corrupt conduct of his (once) noble colleagues. He vouched for Atkinson as a good guy from his days at DOJ. But from the beginning, this smelled to high heaven.

    First line says this is second hand information. It should never have been classified as “Urgent Concern” until cursory investigation was conducted. The Urgent Concern here to me is the “whistleblower” himself.

    Wake up, Andy.

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  41. william chandler says:

    Where is the DOJ, FBI & CIA? Why have the Bidens not been indicted for their corruption- recorded& televised.
    When the law no longer protects you from the corrupt, but protects the corrupt from you – you know your nation is doomed. -Ayn Rand
    Trump’s JOB as Chief EXECUTIVE is to prosecute Law Breakers — The Bidens are criminal FILTH.
    https://www.investmentwatchblog.com/that-time-joe-bidden-bragged-about-getting-a-ukrainian-prosecutor-fired-who-was-investigating-his-son-by-threatening-to-pull-a-billion-dollar-loan/
    https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/item/31916-biden-pushed-ukrainians-to-fire-prosecutor-who-probing-a-company-that-paid-biden-s-son

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  42. Atomic Hillbilly says:

    Geeez…..another koinkydink…
    Why am I not surprised?

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