Mark Meadows Discusses Fraudulent Impeachment Process and Upcoming IG Report…

North Carolina republican Mark Meadows has been one of the key republican leaders who have remained in Washington DC during the recess break so that he can quickly attend the secret back-room hearings being held by Chairman Adam Schiff.  In this interview Mr. Meadows discusses the current status of the impeachment effort.

Additionally, Meadows discusses what he knows of the documents provided to Inspector General Horowitz for his pending release of the FISA investigation.   Meadows predicts the IG report will be a “scathing rebuke” of the FBI; however, Meadows also predicts the accountability aspect will only end with recommendations for FISA process changes.

 

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163 Responses to Mark Meadows Discusses Fraudulent Impeachment Process and Upcoming IG Report…

  1. Ordinaryman says:

    Congress Meadows is my congressman and as I listened to him this morning I was speechless when he spoke of agency revisions and in the same breathe said that the people wanted accountability for the guilty parties. If he has any doubts I will let him know tomorrow that his constituents want persecutions to make future DC coup participants to at least think twice.

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    • swimeasy says:

      Thank you Ordinaryman. I am also in NC, although not in your district and share your position. I am hoping that he meant the role of the IG was to address system issues but would still make a referral to the AG for accountability measures.

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      • Lester Smith says:

        The AG makes the call. The OIG only can recommend to prosecute or not. The OIG can also only recommend lesser actions such as changes to procedures, training and system restrution. It is up to the AG what course of action to take or not take. Note that a case that is brought up for prosecution better be strong as hell if not all other related cases can be weakened perception is everything.

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        • Yes, the AG makes the call. I’m not confident Barr will pursue “accountability.” Change my mind.

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          • helix35 says:

            It’s NEVER, EVER going to happen. Take it to the bank.

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            • Craig W. Gordon says:

              This is what I’ve been saying for two years, as well. I hope we are both wrong.

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              • GenEarly says:

                We either have The Equitable Rule of Law Re-established, or Not. Our response or lack of, Is the question that needs to be answered by each of us, individually. No transfer of responsibility to “DC”, it’s the Man in the mirror that decides the fate of this country and our posterity. That is the eternal truth our Founders bestowed upon us.

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                • Ken Maritch says:

                  Law and order can only be maintained when there is someone more powerful (who can mete out punishment) then the person committing the crime.
                  These people are on the top of the hill, there is no one to hold them accountable.

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          • Lester Smith says:

            Barr is the only one that can show if he is sincere and pure of heart. As my grandmother always said the proof is in the pudding. Only time will tell and it’s already past the 11th hour,

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        • swimeasy says:

          Thank you Lester. Point taken. If Barr and Durham are not ready to take this up in case it jeopardizes their broader investigation, I’m fine with than for now.

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          • Ray Runge says:

            A far sight more than endangering the “broader investigation”. Without specific punishment for criminal deeds, the precedent is established that future criminal deeds are part of a standard operating procedure.

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          • farrier105 says:

            Someone is going to have to present to me how the Barr/Durham “broader investigation” could be jeopardized by indicting people for trampling on a specific set of statutes likely unrelated to the any of the OTHER violations Barr/Durham could substantiate. Why is it Mueller could pursue multiple prosecutions of Manafort, but any investigation of the “other side” requires that only ONE prosecution can be brought against them lest–somehow–for some assumed reason prosecuting an offender for one violation “jeopardizes” another investigation. If that were true, there would be no such things as:

            1. One prosecution causing a perpetrator to seek to make a deal and cooperate as another indictment looms.

            2. The use of superseding indictments in which one case is merely folded into another.

            After Comey, and now McCabe (over 18 months of handwringing and dithering about indicting McCabe) it seems there always has to be a reason given that will placate those who want those people punished. This is just one of several others:

            1. The Big Fish/Little Fish argument.
            2. The “rule” that you can only have one active case and it has to be large. There is no such rule.
            3. The fear of facts about the lawbreaking causing the potential jury pool to be “tainted,” despite Supreme Court rulings that challenge this notion:

            “Juror exposure to news accounts of a crime, the Supreme Court has held, does not by itself deprive a defendant of due process rights. In the Skilling case, the Court said, ‘Prominence does not necessarily produce prejudice, and juror impartiality, we have reiterated, does not require ignorance.’”

            https://www.oyez.org/cases/2009/08-1394
            https://www.rcfp.org/journals/pretrial-publicitys-limited/

            Take a good look at what is happening to Giuliani right now and Roger Stone before him and tell me some more about “prejudicing a jury” with revelations to the media about investigations.

            4. The OCD Rule of Prosecutions: Time is required to achieve a “lock-tight” case in which every conceivable i is dotted and t crossed to absolute perfection. How Mueller achieved 1.7 indictments a month in his tenure is not considered. I wish to add this old military dictum: “The perfect is the enemy of the good.”

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            • ms doodlebug says:

              Richard Nixon was pardoned to put an end to the “national nightmare” of Watergate. His punishment was to spend the rest of his life in disgrace. Bill Clinton was not removed from office. Nonetheless, he will live with the women involved for the rest of his life. Hillary will live the rest of her life with the knowledge that she is rejected, hated even, by millions. Comey, Brennan, Clapper, McCabe, Strzok, etc. also have life sentences. They will all go down in history as corrupt, tossed in the trash. And that’s the greatest punishment for people who once saw, needed to see, themselves as important and powerful.

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              • Mark says:

                @ms doodlebug, With all due respect, but that kind of thinking is just wrong. These people are *not* out of power at all. They still see themselves as important. The only thing they aren’t … is in the offices they once held. That’s it. Big deal. They still have access to the NSA database, they still have political deep swamp friends to do their work for them in DC, they still have money coming in from rich socialists, they still have the MSM to shout their lies, they still have powerful friends who can try to influence politicians, they still have blackmail material on politicians, etc, etc, etc. And in a short time, they may be back in office. Until they’re in jail for life, your kind of thinking is going to demolish the Republic. Seriously. That isn’t the “greatest punishment” and it leaves them in place to continue killing our Republic. Please, rethink those values. Until they’re in jail, freedom removed, no chance to be an “analyst” in the MSM, no chance to get monetary support, no daily or weekly communications with their group, etc will it ever be “punishment”. That’s the punishment required to save this Constitutional Republic. Anything less and we will continue down this lingering death spiral of the Republic.

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                • Toenail says:

                  Mark you are absolutely correct. Without charges and hopefully jail time for lawbreakers the Republic is on a steady slide to breakup.

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                • Charly Goehring says:

                  They don’t have the need to know, so they don’t have access to the NSA database. I wish this misunderstanding of security clearances would go away…

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                • Charly Goehring says:

                  They don’t have the need to know, so they don’t have access to the NSA database. I wish this misunderstanding of security clearances would go away…

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                • Boxerpaws says:

                  There are several comments i wanted to like,yours in particular, but for some reason the like function is being blocked by my browser it seems.Never did this before. Puzzled. Anyway,I hate to use the old cliche but you ht it out of the park and i’m going to quote you in my own blog.

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              • GenEarly says:

                BS!!! The Elitists have their punishments, while We peasants have our punishments???
                That was not the Intent of our origin as a Republic. “If We can keep it”,according to Ben Franklin. Clearly We have Not over the centuries since, But We are Now at the crossroads of losing the last strands of liberty itself.
                Make No Mistake, these scum Elitists mean to Impose the Chinese model of Corporate Cronyism with Marxist Injustice in their NWO Globalism.
                As Samuel Adams said, “May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen.”

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              • No, you are wrong, I respectfully submit.
                Nixon went on to retrieve part of his reputation by being remorseful AND by becoming a very valuable mentor, reference for diplomatic negotiations. He was not proud of having gotten away with it.

                The rest have zero shame or integrity and the people who would regard them with contempt are people that these bad actors dismiss as having no value.

                And as history is revised constantly now – which also needs a revision as the rejection of ‘objective’ truth for relativism is one of the single most damaging courses in history – they suffer no anxiety about their ‘greatness’ being tarnished.

                if you do not have the stomach for active punishment, so be it, but please do not offer as a palliative this notion that shame will serve as just punishment.

                On a spiritual note, these are people on a course for a very fiery pit and nobody who bears the moniker of humane or Christian can be easy at the thought of them not being confronted with the truth – and an opportunity to correct their course away from eternal damnation. The prodigal son story ought to be on the minds of people when their anger goads them to thoughts of punishment. PUnish yes, but not in the court of public opinion.

                They must be tried justly and convicted according to our standards in order to have the opportunity to face what they have done and to realize that a life spent in such wholesale depravity will not prepare them well for their eternity.

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                • ms doodlebug says:

                  God knows his own and calls to his own. While I like your comment, the reality is that there are many injustices in the world that ‘we’, as flesh and blood with free will and dominion over all things upon the earth, have created. Our standards are not God’s standards. And some have been given over to their reprobate minds. We can talk to those until we’re blue in the face and they will not change their ways.

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              • donna kovacevic says:

                Not good enough and does not make sense, since many on the other side do not see it that way. Clinton, Comey et al will go on as if they were the higher moral pricks they are, so unless they are brought to justice shame put on them globally nothing will change. America will continue to be the laughing stock that it is around the globe. Case and point watching Cross Talk RT they are talking about it with a panel, they know and have known about Ukraine’s corruption for decades and also the people involved from America. To them this is a joke. Last night they spoke about the guilty ones, and sadly they said PDJT will be impeached, but not removed thanks to the evil lying democrats and their corrupt media. I hope and pray it does not happen. God Bless PDJT.

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              • farrier105 says:

                No, Nixon was not pardoned to put an end to the “National Nightmare of Watergate.” Nixon was pardoned so that he would resign rather than be impeached and convicted, thrown out of office and then tried again for obstruction of justice and conspiracy. Nixon knew a lot about a lot of things. I think it was Haldeman who explained what Nixon meant when he is heard on the tapes talking about “the Bay of Pigs thing.” That was code talk for the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

                It wasn’t a coincidence that the “Bay of Pigs thing,” the JFK assassination was taken up by committees in both the House and the Senate deep into the 1970s after Nixon resigned. The whole thing had to be tamped down again.

                More of Nixon’s tapes and documents have emerged in the past few years, but hardly anyone wants to dig into them except Lamar Waldron in Watergate: The Hidden History, Nixon, the Mafia, and the CIA.

                This present mess is closely related to that one of nearly 50 years ago. How about the Pentagon secretly routing all of the JFK White House’s phone calls to the Pentagon where men like JOSEPH CALIFANO, CYRUS VANCE, and ALEXANDER HAIG would listen in from time to time. That was in the 1960s, but sounds like the FISA abuse, doesn’t it? Califano, a Democrat Party big shot, lawyer for the DNC, was also working on the Democracy for Cuba project which amounted to getting rid of Castro covertly. Alexander Haig worked the project, too. Robert Kennedy ran it. On the night of the Watergate burglary, Califano was attorney for both the DNC (the burglary victim) and the Washington Post, the paper that “broke the story” about Watergate.

                Somehow, public shaming never seems to stop those people. I’m not surprised that now we are being prepared to accept firings, resignations, and public shaming as being good enough as punishments. I’ve heard that one in the past, but forgot about it in my first post on this thread. Thanks for reminding me.

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                • ms doodlebug says:

                  Nixon was pardoned so he would resign? I think your history is a bit fractured. Nixon could not have pardoned himself. He was pardoned by President Ford after he resigned.

                  This current ‘mess’ is quite different than the Nixon ‘mess’. Nixon actually was involved in crime. While democrats have come up with a long list of politically motivated ‘allegations’ President Trump it has not been found that he was involved in any impeachable offense. If you believe differently, maybe you can name the crime and produce the evidence – since Democrats in Congress can not.

                  KAG. Vote Trump in 2020.

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                • farrier105 says:

                  No, because if Nixon did not know in advance he would be pardoned, once removed from office, which was inevitable after the “Smoking Gun” tape was released to the public, he would be indicted as a private citizen and convicted for obstruction of justice and conspiracy. Once he knew he would be pardoned, he left, taking his secrets with him. It was what he knew from his past, working with the CIA and the Mafia that everyone wanted quiet. What is going on now was not the first the coup in this country.

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    • cwf60 says:

      The country will not stand for FISA process changes while the coup plotters go free. What kind of country have we become when those who attempted a coup walk free?

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      • littleanniefannie says:

        Say we can’t change it. Why not unleash the Trump Intelligence Community on the DemocRATs. They are the ones claiming they did nothing wrong. If Brennan got away with that, just put Rudy in as the Intelligence czar and let his “investigations” begin! Obama did the czar thing and got away with it, how can they argue it if PT does it? They weaponized the IC for their own devious advantage, how can they argue it if PT does it? Granted, PT does not have a compliant, thrill up the leg media to tote his water but they, on a daily basis, are becoming more and more irrelevant legally.
        The IC needs a major housecleaning. Any Obama holdovers need to be reassigned to other departments (like the Department of Car Stereo Repairs, etc). If you can’t reassign, put each one tightly under the direct supervision of 2/3 trusted agents so that they can never access the intel again (remove their clearance, passwords, etc).

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    • cwf60 says:

      The country will not stand for FISA process changes while the coup plotters go free. What kind of country have we become when those who attempted a coup walk free?

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    • cwf60 says:

      The country will not stand for FISA process changes while the coup plotters go free. What kind of country have we become when those who attempted a coup walk free?

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    • Jb says:

      So: bottom line: deep state and democrats suffer no jail time, no substantial consequences, and continue to trample American citizens rights and with their efforts to steal elections. (They already succeeded once ….in 2018.)

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    • sarasotosfan says:

      I think you meant prosecutions. We have seen more than enough persecution of Trump. Justice must be served.

      Hopefully the report is laced with criminal referrals. The chances of addressing FISA abuses in the 116th Congress is 0.00%. Maybe the 117th will take it up.

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    • Georgia says:

      FBI Director Wray should have been canned LONG AGO….

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  2. Maggie Gray says:

    Only FISA process changes? There are no process changes that can completely curtail this type of abuse. The only solution to an impossible problem is accountability as a deterrent.

    This is disgusting.

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    • BobR says:

      As soon as Comey came out and said Hilary committed no prosecutable crimes that was the crime that all honest people should have seized upon and that would have put a stop to this. It still would, which proves that anyone with prosecutable authority does not want to do s&&t.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      One “process change” would be to disbar, fine, indict and prosecute those who withhold, misrepresent and lie to the FISC. Any other Federal Court (but not the super-secret Star Chamber FISC !!! because there is no review or appeal of its out-of-control behavior) would discipline such behavior, and withdraw the falsely-obtained order or granted motion granted based on fraud.

      Another “process change” would be to create a Public Defender” Office to protect US Citizen Constitutional rights. The Public Defender Office would be appointed by the President (who has Constitutional responsibility to “take care” that the laws and Constitution are followed). The PD Office would have authority to crossexamine DOJ/FBI witnesses and evidence, authority to file motions to discipline lying/unethical DOJ/FBI counsel and evidence-swearers.

      Another “process change” would be to stop the “2-hop rule” abuse. The true Target of unconstitutional political spying was Donald Trump. The crazy “2-hop rule” brought in thousands-to-millions of innocent US Citizens who hd some contact, at some time, with the GOP campaign, or White house staff. This is clearly unconstitutional flim flam by the FISC, which has an extra heavy burden to protect 4th Amendment and other Constitutional rights, because the US Citizen defendants who are to be spied on have no representation. The FISC has completely failed in this responsibility, especially because it is fully aware the “2-hop rule” extends exponentially to large numbers of unknown US Citizens, especially in a billion-dollar Presidential Campaign.

      The FISC is pretty clearly complicit in signing warrants/extensions to spy on “no-bodies”, such as Page and Papadopolous, knowing full well that the actual target was Donald Trump, based on phony representations. Even after it became clear that Page was a CIA/FBI asset, not a foreign threat, and Papadopolous was entrapped by planted money, CIA spies and honeypots, the FISC never withdrew its spy warrant as improvidently granted, and never held hearinge to dicipline DOJ/FBI counsel and evidence-swearers. So, the PD Office would have authority to petition the Supreme Court, and Congress for removal of incompetent or biased FISC judges for “bad behavior”.

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      • dwpender says:

        This Super Secret Court should be abolished.

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        • Beau Geste says:

          Exactly dwpender. Like comey, strozk-page, brennan, obama, mccabe, DNC/hillary-fake dossierfixers, the ohrs, carlin et al, the double-super-secret probation Star Chamber FISC never thought their refusal to protect the Constitution and due process rights would ever be discovered.

          hillary was going to win, the FISC knew its secret political spy-warrant practice would stay safely hidden. Then, mirable dictu, their illegal political spy Target won….

          The FISC is at least as responsible for the “insurance policy” fraud as the DOJ/FBI, because it is the strong responsibility of the FISC to protect unrepresented US Citizens and the Constitution against secret fraud.

          The FISC completely failed, and still has not cleaned up its mess by disciplining DOJ/FBI counsel, and formally withdrawing the phony FISA warrant it extended 3 times as a result of fraud. The failure to protect the integrity of its proceedings demonstrates that the FISC is part of the swamp.

          secrecy corrupts, and absolute FISC secrecy corrupts absolutely.

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    • livefreeordieguy says:

      Typical bureaucratic Bull$hit, Maggie… “Lessons Learned”, “Continuous Improvement”, “Fill Policy holes”, “Strengthen Procedures”, “Shore up our processes”, “Take our system to the next level”, “new zero-tolerance standards”….

      All code for “paper over seditious corruption to protect the institution”…. If Barr lets this happen, he will go down as the biggest coward in the history of American Justice.

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      • BobR says:

        Next to Sessions

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        • Julian says:

          Sessions for Alabama 2020.

          Will President Trump endorses Sessions to take back his Senate seat in 2020?

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          • GenEarly says:

            Why???? Sessions fumbled the ball, not unlike Chief Injustice Roberts, not unlike over 60% of the sElected Repubs in Con-gress. We are in far deeper shiat than most people realize, IMHO.
            democRats are Marxists, Repubs are just Quislings. ……. Very Deep indeed.

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            • People don’t realize that WE are going to have to galvanize. They are still ‘watching’ Trump and his fighters, not realizing that we are not supposed to just be audience.

              When they realize that, then the TRUE ‘sleeping giant’ will be awakened.

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      • farrier105 says:

        They do not just “protect the institutions.” Their main aim is to protect the violators. How else can the Globalists hope that others will be willing to take such risks in the future, even to elect a weak candidate with high unfavorable levels in the polls like Hillary? Those mutts didn’t do these things because, as the slogan goes, “They never thought she would lose.” They did it because:

        1. Their masters ordered them to do it.

        2. They knew a reasonable insurance policy against heavy punishment was in place to protect them if detected.

        No one does these things for “kicks” or as a “lark,” which committing these crimes would be if they really thought Hillary was going to make it. Why make voting machines flip Trump votes to Hillary in Texas, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Ohio? Because they thought rigging the machines was “cool?” No, because they were told to do it by their bosses because the Globalists were afraid the Old Bat would lose. Now, they have to attempt to arrange as many soft landings as possible for their “brave soldiers” in the Globalist Army.

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        • littleanniefannie says:

          Now they are registering illegal aliens (yes, deBlabber, illegal aliens who are not entitled to a vote but your corrupt self will enable this at every step just like you enabled your wife to lasso those “lost funds” she had control over) in order to “stuff” the ballot boxes.
          If you can’t win honestly, cheat! If you lose, whine constantly (right HilLIARy?). And you knew the rules going in—your pockets of illegal voters couldn’t save your sorry azz. Accept your defeat. You accused PT of not being willing to accept defeat and it bit you in the buttocks. Your 9/11/16 stumble, was it actually a drunken stupor because you knew the true poll results, not the ones the MSM fabricated?

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      • Bruce says:

        Mistakes were made. Move along. Wake me when the perp walks begin.

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      • donna kovacevic says:

        I do not trust Barr and I am wrong I will eat govna.

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    • Brian in CA4 says:

      I never thought that this IG report on FISA would contain any hard hitting recommendations…just state facts and indicate who abused the system. It will be up to Barr and his team to show that it was malicious/political. My understanding was that it was necessary for Barr to wait for it’s release before proceeding with the release of indictments of those who illegally abused the FISA process and subsequently committed other illegal acts during the cover-up/coup.

      The dominos are starting to fall.

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      • farrier105 says:

        “The walls are closing in.” That was a favorite of the CNN crowd whenever there was some “bombshell” from Mueller. Bedlam would follow throughout the Internet before the story was ended with, “Never mind.”

        We get the same cliche’s about what is supposed to happen to criminals in the Deep State. One side is promised impeachment (they might get their wish since they are willing to bold the Democratic Party if they don’t get it, or primary Establishment Representatives and Senators) and didn’t get it for 2.5 years. We haven’t gotten what we have been promised repeatedly, just like our “opponents” on the left. Not much difference in how the two “sides” are treated by their bellwethers.

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        • littleanniefannie says:

          I don’t want bombshells, I want convictions. I want them before the conventions.
          I pray that the good Lord has not given up on the USA and the demonic ways of so many. We have a God-fearing man who supports the sanctity of life, the freedom of our people, and brought prayer back into the White House and we, the people, trust he can lead us in the Right way.

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  3. Linda K. says:

    Admiral Rogers made changes to prevent unmasking and spying on civilians and we just learned that it continues, the pols and spooks worked a way around his safeguards. So, it is time for real accountability..

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    • livefreeordieguy says:

      Yes, ma’am… Mike was the hero of this story… For a while… Except we now know that despite his courage in stepping up, warning the president, and putting in safeguards — he left and they shrugged and continued the corruption.

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      • littleanniefannie says:

        Clean house. Only way.

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      • We the people know says:

        Mike was the hero of this story…
        But he only turned off one search option and left all the others available. Locking one door and leaving all the others wide open was clearly insufficient. He slowed them down for a day or two, told Trump, retired and preserved his reputation.

        Hold tight everybody, we’re about to receive STRONG RECOMMENDATIONS.

        Here’s a recommendation, arrest every FISA judge for complicity in a COUP to over through the President of the United States. They’ll claim that they were duped by the FBI with an unsubstantiated application, that they were lied to. The application was stamped VERIFIED.

        Let me ask you, would you approve an application to investigate a presidential candidate/campaign/US President?

        The FISA court judges are crooked. What no FISA court judge ever said, “Are you f#cking kidding?

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      • donna kovacevic says:

        The fact that these bastards continued to unmask and do the dirty deeds tells you the only way to deal with them is through harsh punishment. Time for just talking be damned and do the right thing that every citizen would be screwed if they did that. In the Bible it tells you to turn the other cheek however it is not meant when someone continues to abuse you without just cause. That is the way I interpreted it, Lord forgive me if I am wrong.

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    • Chilidog says:

      Am I the only one uncomfortable with the Admiral Rogers is a hero narrative? What exactly makes him a hero in all this? It seems like he did a cya with the fisc and nsa data base abuses. We now know that he didn’t actually stop it. He was a part of the famous intelligence briefing to Trump that we now know was an operation against the president elect. I remember watching him testify to Congress while sitting next to Comey, never once contradicting Comey’s obvious lies, and actually deferring to Comey throughout the hearing. It almost appeared that Rogers worked for Comey and didn’t want to overstep. Forgive me of being skeptical of the anonymous source claiming Rogers to be a hero in all this nonsense.

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  4. Conversefive says:

    There need to be prosecutions and jail sentences commensurate with,at a minimum, each and every Trump associate who has or will be serving jail time. Brennan=Manafort, so on and so forth.

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  5. Gerry says:

    Are you surprised?
    I’m not. The projected Friday night announcement says it all.Horowitz report will be much ado about nothing. It will be a whitewash. The conclusions will be: Some mistakes were made, No accountability, No political bias. The intelligence community will be credited with doing their due diligence in protecting the country from the Russians. They will claim there was some misinterpretations and confusion of the FISA protocols that need to be tightened. Nothing to see here, just move along and pay no attention.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      “Some people did some things”

      “no need to interview Assange, about where Assange got the DNC/hillary emails”

      “no need to interview Carter Page about whether he was a CIA/FBI asset, rather than a foreign threat as alleged to get a “spy on Trump” Warrant for Hillary.

      “no need to investigate whether the DNC/FBI/CIA/perkins-coie, colluded with the Australian, British, Italian spy agencies to manufacture false evidence.”

      “no need to investigate crowdstrike, nd why the FBI could not subpoenea the DNC and hillary servers, when it can storm into homes and offices in the dead of night to seek evidence”

      et cetera.

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      • Brian in CA4 says:

        Or even better….did someone order a hit on Seth Rich? I’m confident that Barr/Durham could find a metadata trail to help them with this, if they wanted to. This would go a long way toward bursting the false Russian hacking narrative bubble that many still live in.

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        • johneb18 says:

          I don’t think they want to know this with ANY certainty.

          We do.

          ‘They’ don’t.

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          • littleanniefannie says:

            Shame we can’t institute a Civil Accountability Team. There are enough really smart lawyers and investigators on this site to not only find/expand the corruption investigations but to also prepare the indictments as well. Maybe CNN will cover our early morning pajama raids!

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        • Beau Geste says:

          Brian, there was probably also video of the murder, with DC being highly video-cammed by both public and private systems. His computer disappeared, IIRC, and his later death surprised his initial emergency room doctor. It was definitely not a robbery; perhaps “wet works” to be made an example for other “whistleblowers” who might think about supporting someone other than hillary. Depends on who the whistleblower is blowing the whistle on.

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    • Seneca the Elder says:

      Some people did something.

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    • Seneca the Elder says:

      Some people did something.

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    • Seneca the Elder says:

      Some people did something.

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    • Chgonana539 says:

      You mean ‘some people did something’?

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  6. Aintree says:

    “Meadows predicts the IG report will be a “scathing rebuke” of the FBI; however, Meadows also predicts the accountability aspect will only end with recommendations for FISA process changes.”

    Not exactly a comforting bedtime story while POTUS is still being maliciously impeached by malevolent members of the same Coup Resistance group that initially tried to take him down with falsified FISA warrants that would allow them to spy on his campaign and others with impunity. “Process changes,” is a BS diversion excusing the conspiracy and the abuse of power against an elected President.

    The USA is not yet healing its sick, repugnant 2 tiered justice system. In fact, it seems to be getting even sicker under the bogus care of I/G Horowitz and A/G Barr, especially if Meadows’ bad news diagnosis comes true.

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    • gustafus21 says:

      Looks to me like Barr and Durham have gone dark to allow impeachment to get a foot hold.
      Barr was GHW Bush appointee – can’t change those stripes.

      We are simply outnumbered. Trump didn’t have a machine to install so he and we are interlopers.

      My money sez Barr has a stake in protecting the legacy of the first. Black president – even if that scoundrel was right out of Nigerian or Congolese school of political skullduggery.

      I hate them all so very much.

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      • T Carroll says:

        This Impeachment/Kangaroo Court/Salem witch Hunt BS is fizzling out and it will not even get to the Senate. The Dems are scared to death of Discovery, for one thing. They don’t know how to get out of the hole they’ve dug themselves into and only hope that it is going to hurt Trump’s numbers. It is already backfiring on them.

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        • Sherri Young says:

          Somebody on Twitter had a really good thread about impeachment. He concluded by saying that if PDJT were to be impeached, the charges, of course, would be referred to the Senate for trial. That would pull Warren, Sanders, Booker, Harris, and Klobuchar off the campaign trail.They are down to about 100 days before the first primary.

          Something to think about.

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          • Dekester says:

            TAnks for the posts you two…my brain is so fired up with the different perspectives this site and its posters provide.

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            • Dekester says:

              Arghhh. Sorry my iPads sticking and I am going back to bed.

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            • donna kovacevic says:

              Dekester, hubby and I exercised our rights and voted today in the early voting. This what is going on in America is also frying my brain cells, therefore more determined in telling everyone that will listen in Canada to make sure they vote, regardless of their ” ah all politicians are the same whats the point”. NO vote Trudope OUT. God Bless PDJT.

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          • littleanniefannie says:

            I think Harris, Booker and Klobuchar would come off the trail and then blame the Republicans for “tanking” their campaigns. I predict Bernie and Fauxcahontas will remain on the trail so as to not give up momentum. Bernie might concede and whine. Warren will send smoke signals to Washington before she will come off the trail.
            Personally, I think if you are going to run for President, you should resign your Congressional seat so your constituents remain served. This would cut down the no-chancers from neglecting the people.

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          • dd_sc says:

            Any Senator running for president should recuse themselves from the trial.

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            • Mr e-man says:

              There will be no trial. Do you think those Senators running for President are going to listen to “evidence” presented. They have already convicted Donald Trump. A “trial” would just be a mockery, a sham, a kabuki theater. Similar to most Supreme Court Hearings where the outcome is already decided based on political ideologies.

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  7. gustafus21 says:

    Face it folks. OUR side refuses to get their hands dirty. If this had happened to a Dim, there would be a house cleaning and jail doe even sympathizers.

    The GOP and DC regulars aren’t interested in destroying the reputations of “well meaning” FBI and CIA operatives who only meant to save us from the Orange interloper.

    Barr is one of em. His interests are protecting the agencies, with quiet reform.

    Just like 9/11 – and all the rest.

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  8. gustafus21 says:

    Face it folks. OUR side refuses to get their hands dirty. If this had happened to a Dim, there would be a house cleaning and jail doe even sympathizers.

    The GOP and DC regulars aren’t interested in destroying the reputations of “well meaning” FBI and CIA operatives who only meant to save us from the Orange interloper.

    Barr is one of em. His interests are protecting the agencies, with quiet reform.

    Just like 9/11 – and all the rest.

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    • gustafus21 says:

      Barr is a company man trying to save the reputation of the company. Anything more is pure fantasy.

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      • billybob says:

        If you read Barr’s speech at Notre Dame then you will see that Barr has an allegiance to a much higher authority than the DOJ . The stakes that Barr must weigh on a personal level are much greater than the reputation of the mere “company “. If he is seen to be nothing more than an empty vessel mouthing moral platitudes while protecting “the company “ he inflicts far greater damage to the body of Christ than he would to the DOJ and there is a price that will be paid for that . I take Barr at his word and believe he will make the right calls.

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    • Heika says:

      Actually.. “OUR SIDE that is letting everyone down” consists of a handful of ‘Republicans (Rhinos) or whatever the weak spined cowards can be called. We could name them – quite easily. They are easy to spot. Whoever (Republican) is blabbing out against Trump every turn of the corner. Mr Lindsay Graham will start at the top of the list.

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      • Sherri Young says:

        At least we don’t have to listen to No-Name right now.

        His status is the same as Generalisimo Francisco Franco’s (for those of us who remember Chevy Chase giving the news on SNL).

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      • Julian says:

        Err. Lindsey Miss Graham is one of Trumps biggest supporters.

        Miss Lindsey is working his lil ass off to do ALL he can to help Trump MAGA!!

        This is evident when you consider Trump loves playing golf with Miss Lindsey to strategize on how they can take down the Deep State.

        Miss Lindsey is Trump’s No. 1 man in the Senate.

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  9. babrightlight says:

    Horror-witch is an Obama boy. Can’t see him being bold in recommending/referring prosecutions. It will follow the Comey tactic for HRC of stating egregious violations and then not doing squat. Our nation’s future depends on Trump if he is truthful that no one should have to go through this again and ensure Barr & Durham prosecute all coup plotters to the fullest extent of the law. If they fail, the game is over and we’ll all be singing along with Capt Quint:

    Farewell and adieu to you Lady Justice
    Farewell and adieu to America’s Dame
    For we’ve received prosecution referrals that will see no action
    And so nevermore shall we see justice again

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    • Seneca the Elder says:

      Why do I get the feeling that the Demon 🐀 Rats are laughing at us?

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      • glissmeister says:

        Because they really don’t care. This is all about sedition and deconstruction. They win when they win. They win when they lose.

        Whatever weakens, falters, is damaged or ruined, they win.

        THIS IS A TEAR-DOWN.

        They are fundamentally engaged deconstructing the primacy of the Constitution and replacing it with federal code usurping by fiat at the pleasure of the unelected administrative class profiteering off the American taxpayer, subordinating them to the status of mere livestock who are harvested and culled at will.

        We are dealing with a malignant corporate superorganism.

        Sedition is the object of the exercise.

        Among the worst are the self-dealing utopian tinkerers and saboteurs associated and, at times, controlling the largest foundations and endowments, university and otherwise.

        They sit on huge aggregations of wealth not of their making. Unprecedented massive wealth they control and operate in a manner consistent with their politics; partisans, who in the modern era, use to preside and influence and corrupt the nation and the world to their personal views as any other supremacist or utopian would do.

        These tumors of capital need to be removed from the corpus of our society. The money is unearned by the entity that controls it. It belongs to no one living. There should be a cap on this anomalies of capital. All monies above the cap, seized, and deposited to the general fund of our national treasury. It should not be allowed to exist as non-human corporate person to amplify the authority and intentions of one American individual over another to fund or sponsor any form of tyrancy or tyranny or sedition against our nation, our Constitution and our people.

        People like Schiff, Biden and Clinton are the puss in the pimple. We need to deal with the root cause and resolve the underlying infection that has made our nation septic.

        Look at what the interlopers are funding in Canada today? Look familiar?

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        • glissmeister says:

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          • glissmeister says:

            In the bigger picture, the historical war against The Enlightenment era continues as the vengeful scribes and parlor elite demand submission to their dominance and institutional vanities. So the human world hangs in the balance as it has done from the beginning of human history.

            Enlightenment vs Woke.

            Non-Zombie vs Zombie.

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  10. Shyster says:

    Process changes isn’t the problem, the problem is the FBI knew the process, the Woods Procedure requiring all facts in the warrant to be verified, AND REFUSED TO FOLLOW THE LAWFUL PROCESS AND HAS SINCE THEN TRIED TO HIDE ITS UNLAWFUL CONDUCT. Process changes my ass! Here’s a process, you break the law and don’t follow regulations, we put you in jail. TRY THIS ONE! Frickin ridiculous!

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Excellent point. The FBI/DOJ abused the existing system, despite knowing the requirements it ignored. The FISC knew and approved this political “spy on Trump” via the sneaky “2-hop rule”, despite knowing the MAJOR Constitutional Issues of willy-nilly approving political spying on a presidential Candidate, and then spying on the actual President. What were they thinking? The FISC has an ultrastrong obligation to protect the Constitutional rights of US Citizens, who are not represented. Whether the FISC was Collaborative, or incompetent, it still failed its obligation to protecting “ordinary people” in the GOP Presidential campaign who were spied on. But the FISC was well beyond simply failing its responsibility when it approved a political “spy-on-hillary’s opponent Donald Trump” Warrant without hearings, cross-examination, vetting, and thorough examination on whether it is even appropriate for a secret Star Chamber Court to issue a /warrant to spy on the President. The FISC apparently didn’t even consider asking the DOJ/FBI why the FISC should believe DNC/hillary-funded foreign allegationa, or why the DOJ/FBI didn’t warn Trump that Carter Page and George Papadopulous, actual named Targets of the phony warrant, were dangerous foreign agents?

      There need to be checks and balances,institutional review, and consequences for bad behavior.

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      • The Deplorable Tinahehe says:

        Chief Justice Roberts is the head of the FISC court. Can he be impeached? Just in time for the faux impeachment hearings in the Senate? That would be fun 😊

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      • ms doodlebug says:

        When over 99% of FISA applications are approved we know the judges are not reviewing or requiring verification of the allegations. (Rubber stamps are handy little gadgets that never ask questions.)

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      • Mr e-man says:

        And the danger of this illegal corrupt action played out. After the largest investigation(s) in the history of your country, Mueller said neither the Trump campaign NOR ANY AMERICAN colluded with the Russians in the 20016 election.

        That means nobody did anything wrong, including Trump, but the first 2 years of his Administration were destroyed by these false allegations. The Democrats stole the midterm elections because of it and are threatening to continue to steal the 2020 election.

        The American people were disenfranchised and continue to be. There were extreme consequences to their actions. Elections were stolen, voters were disenfranchised, People were hurt, had their lives destroyed, their reputations dragged through the mud. And the fake news continues to disparage their character. Where do they go to get their good names back?

        They need justice and that requires someone to pay a price for these FISA violations. And not just fired and the rules changed. That is not justice.

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    • jx says:

      Absolutely! What you said x 100!

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  11. To provide a reference point to those not familiar with “Congressspeak”, scathing rebuke is like when you say bad dog while Rover continues to throw his leg up on your shoe.
    There are no DC critters that have our back, only POTUS, who has pledged his life and fortune, you and me.

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    • gustafus21 says:

      The GOP is not up to this level of street fighting. They serve narrow interests and go home or enrich themselves.

      Trump is the anomaly – a saint in a city of demons.

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  12. Republicanvet91 says:

    If there was any intention to reform and fix this nonsense, those continuing to use it would not have created ways to make their activities anonymous.
    That right there should tell anyone they have no intention of changing no matter what process is put in place.

    How many times do you say, “don’t do that again” before someone is finally held accountable?

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    • farrier105 says:

      When their violations help a politician or political party out of favor with our elite political class of Globalists. That is when someone will be prosecuted. Opposing globalism is the only crime. That is why illegal alien murderers are turned loose and protected since their crimes do nothing to thwart the aims of the Globalists.

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  13. mopar2016 says:

    Decades of taxation without representation is getting pretty old and depressing.
    I’m lucky that I have musical instruments to play. There’s nothing like grabbing something off the wall and playing it when you get tired of all the politics. Lot of instruments on my walls, I shouldn’t have so many but I can’t stop collecting them. I guess that’s how I let off steam.
    Goodnight Treepers, MAGA KAG.

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    • It never hurts to grab a six-string and bang out some blues while riffing on some pentatonic scales our own way, and for me it helps that we finally have a badass & VSG Patriot residing at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. now… since I get to the chorus and write it myself as but that was then… and this is now. 😉

      I bet that even teh Eeyores make it to 2020 & beyond, with pleasure. 😀

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      • Mr e-man says:

        This mess makes me want to do some power chords with a loud overdriven amp. The Carole King type songs or Kumbaya is just not letting my aggression subside. Loud distortion and frenetic shredding let the steam out for a little while. Then I read articles like this and it come right back.

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  14. Mike says:

    The scheduled release of the IG Report on Friday tells me the fix is in. A friday news dump ALWAYS means the fix is in. Horowitz IS a Deep State fixer for sure.

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  15. Nigella says:

    So, a strongly worded letter

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  16. dallasdan says:

    SD:
    “Meadows predicts the IG report will be a “scathing rebuke” of the FBI; however, Meadows also predicts the accountability aspect will only end with recommendations for FISA process changes.”

    To the surprise of no informed person anywhere. The Deep State will win again, with Horowitz and Barr laughing behind closed doors.

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    • farrier105 says:

      The FBI personnel were all over that NSA database, using it against their office rivals, their hated neighbors, you name it. If someone’s cat was hanging around an agent’s yard the agent could do a lookup of the cat’s owner. They ran boyfriends, girlfriends, anyone through the database. All they will say is, “We can’t punish all of them.”

      They could, but they won’t.

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    • We the people know says:

      Thanks Mark. Just what we needed, some expectations management.

      “Meadows predicts the IG report will be a “scathing rebuke” of the FBI; however, Meadows also predicts the accountability aspect will only end with recommendations for FISA process changes.”

      Mark didn’t go on to say.. which will be totally and appallingly insufficient. If the IG report does not include scores of felony/criminal referrals, the entire country will know, once and for all, that our justice system is completely and utterly compromised. They will know that we are operating without justice, without accountability, without a conscience. It will mean, that unless we burn the village, it can not be saved.

      When Louis XIV’s army was 20 miles from Amsterdam, Prince William had no choice. He opened the dikes.

      When Napoleon approached Moscow, Czar Alexander evacuated the city and burned it down.

      When the British were establishing a stronghold in New York City, Washington sent Nathan Hale to spy on their movements. Also likely, Nathan was sent to burn down the city, for which he was captured and hung.

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  17. gda53 says:

    I seem to recall being told some months ago that the IG Report was being delayed because new information was being revealed that would make the first FISA ALSO illegal (the last 3 having already been deemed illegal by the IG).

    Changed their minds now, have they? Not an “illegal act”, just an “abuse of process”?

    I’ve waited 1,000 days in expectation of redemption for this President. I’ll give the IG, Barr & Durham another 5 days for any one of them, or maybe more than one, to deliver some good, positive news on that front.

    I don’t necessarily expect Barr/Durham to indict on Friday, but I expect a recommendation to indict from Horowitz on Friday.

    I’m hoping Meadows is either uninformed, misinformed, or setting us up for a HUGE surprise!

    Good one Mark! You nearly had us going there!

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    • jx says:

      After the report how many months will be spent deciding what to do? Of course, then it will be “too close to election” to do anything.

      Delay delay delay. Cold anger is thawing. It’s mid-October, we need action now.

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    • dwpender says:

      Joe DiGenova was the one who broke the news in MAY (I think on Dobbs’ program) about Horowitz concluding the FISA warrants were “illegal.” Joe repeated this on a number of occasions. Unfortunately, I never heard any host ask Joe to explain the exact nature of the “illegality.”

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    • Mr e-man says:

      There may have been a FISA before the “first” one you name. There may have been one on General Flynn as well.

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  18. jx says:

    The “whistleblower”, leaker, and Schiff can not be allowed to slither away without consequence.

    Also, if only “process changes” are the consequence then the coup has enlarged.

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    • Chgonana539 says:

      We are partly to blame…the day Comey announced to America, after listing only some of her crimes, that Hillary would not be indicted we should have found our way to D.C.

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      • Mr e-man says:

        In a way we did. We elected Donald Trump by a wide margin. We sent him to DC for us. Little did we know the crooks continued to plot and still do. They face no consequences so why wouldn’t they? Power and big money is in play. A slap on the wrist is childs play.

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  19. Julian says:

    BOOM!!

    AG Barr coiled to Strike!!

    Looks like AG Barr will be destroying a Deep State near you soon!!

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  20. Bogeyfree says:

    Judge Collyer put in here 99 page opinion, new orders and requirements that would provide better tracking and accountability of going forward FISA requests.

    Last page of her report #10

    They ignored them all as the recent declass of FISA by Judge Boasberg.

    Nothing change until people go to jail for a very long time.

    Unfortunately in our government as we have seen many times, our DOJ declines to prosecute.

    Until that changes in a much more severe fashion, NOTHING will change IMO.

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  21. dwpender says:

    Horowitz’s report may be voluminous, but it all boils down to one question:

    Does the IG find that palpable bias among the CH investigative team (which he WILL find — same players as MYE) IMPACTED the decision to seek any of the Page warrants and/or the framing/form of such warrants? If Horowitz says “no evidence” of impact on decision making, we have another whitewash.

    If, OTOH, Horowitz says a reasonable factfinder could or would conclude the bias HAD an impact, we’re in a whole other ambit. Joe DiGenova may then be right about a “boom, boom” couple of weeks (although the real boom cannot come from the IG).

    I’m not giving up on this IG Report having REAL significance until I see the answer to this central question.

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  22. billybob says:

    I don’t think we need a multi year ,millions of dollars and thousands of government manhours to offer up a “ scathing rebuke “ of the FBI . That train left the station two years ago . Gimme something new , not history .

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  23. Mike Robinson says:

    By his demeanor in testimony, we can see that Horowitz is a professional who knows his enabling legislation by heart. He’s going to stick strictly to his charter, which includes FISA process changes, and include plenty of criminal referrals everywhere the legislation calls for them to be. And that’s precisely what I want from him. I want his hundreds of people to tell us how and why this system has been utterly and completely “gamed.” And maybe to convince the nation to scrap the whole damned thing, and perhaps PATRIOT along with it. If these laws were intended to protect us, they did the opposite. Mr. Horowitz, tell us everything. “Just the facts, sir.”

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Mr. horowitz, tell us why you didn’t even interview carter Page, the FBI/CIA asset that the coup plotters swore was a dangerous foreign spy to get a 2-hop spy-warrant on Donald Trump, the true target. Why no interview of assange, who wants to show the hillary/DNC emails didn’t come from russia. Papadopolous apparently wasn’t interviewed. It is not necessary that IG evidence only be from current government employees.

      Id bet horowitz didn’t even interview the FISC judges who perpetrated this political spy scam, to ask them why they approved a sketchy 2-hop political spy warrant on hillary’s presidential opponent – “what were they thinking” (“hillary will win – we’ll never get caught” is what they were thinking).

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    • We the people know says:

      Mike, read this and tell me again that his demeanor means anything.
      https://www.realclearinvestigations.com/articles/2019/09/30/straight_shooter_justice_dept_watchdog_has_held_his_fire_on_the_top_brass_120565.html

      Horowitz is both “The Dog that Did Not Bark” and the Dog that Don’t Hunt
      A great pretender. He’ll sniff around and put on a show, but the foxes will get away.

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  24. Caius Lowell says:

    Less an “impeachment” effort and more a “corrupt Democrat protection” effort…

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  25. Pew-Anon says:

    What bunch of sugar-coated, whistling past the graveyard nonsense, both Meadows and Collins. Republicans should be screaming bloody murder right now, But instead we just get a bunch of Rush-Limbaugh-Wacky-Democrat-speak instead of coup d’ etat and treason. Unbelievable. Yet, entirely believable.

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  26. Midnite says:

    I fully expect to be as disappointed by this IG report as I was by his last efforts, but that has more to do with my own bias against the characters involved in this coup and my (hang ’em) desired outcome. The language used in these IG reports reminds me of reading the dictionary or the Encyclopedia Britannica when I was a child and has that familiar ring of “Joe Friday” from Dragnet “just the facts mam”. But keep in mind folks, that Mr. Meadows hasn’t seen the report, all he’s seen or read is the information that they’ve turned over to the IG and nothing else. He has no idea what they did with that information, or what evidence they might have uncovered during their investigation. Personally I’d be OK with us having our own version of Weissmann and crew to bring justice (firing squad) to the American people. The upper echelon of the FBI and DoJ should face extreme sanctions (drawn and quartered) as a warning (feed to the dogs) to those contemplating similar crimes. HRC (iron maiden) and Barack Obama (the rack) should be ostracized from polite society (dungeon) and never heard from again (remove tongue). Hey, it’s just a thought.

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  27. jus wundrin says:

    Yes, Virginia, there is a two tiered just-us system.

    The repubs have mastered one thing in their miserable existence: go along to get along.

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  28. Gil Stonebarger says:

    some of us have been saying that cold anger is USELESS for several years now and were either banned, called trolls or had our intelligence questioned……..who was wrong again?

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    • Midnite says:

      An emotion by itself is useless, it has to be coupled with an action before it can manifest itself in the real world. Our Founding Fathers may have pounded the tables in anger and frustration at the British government, while pounding down a few pints at the local pub, but they focused that anger into deeds that changed the world. Will we do the same?

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  29. J.Thomas says:

    This report should prove to us all something very important. It should prove to us that this generation has not yet had to perform to its utmost to ensure the liberty that was passed down by our ideological forefathers.

    We have trusted them as they have spun their yarns about about how globalism is great for you even though it cut your wage by a third and cost your sibling their career.

    We trusted them as they went noodling about in the middle east, sacrificing the lives of your families and your neighbors in search of the next giant cash grab for their friends and their families…all the while killing and pillaging peoples in far off lands.

    Trump came and put them in full view. We see them. We know who they are.

    Never, ever again can we allow them to have a modicum of our trust.

    Never again can they wine and dine on the DC social circuit while we bury our loved ones sacrificed to their hedonism.

    It’s time to stand for our own and cut the cord.

    Spread truth (not just partisan truth, but expose them all). Organize. Start locally and build.

    STAND.

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  30. Chilidog says:

    Should we be concerned that it’s being reported that the FISA report will cover topics beyond FISA abuse? It seems like an effective way for the deep state to dismiss corrupt intent on as many issues as possible, perhaps going into the origins of spygate.

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  31. Joe says:

    If a man were sentenced to death on the basis of evidence that was not only false but was also known to be false, would the consequences extend only as far as reforming the rules of evidence?

    I doubt that very much.

    The Attorney General cannot be unaware that the damage on the nation wrought by corrupt FISA warrants in 2016–17 is at least as serious as sending someone to his death for corrupt reasons.

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  32. Fools Gold says:

    I’m remind of Barr using the word predicate. Maybe if he’ll actually read some of those 33,000 “lost classified” Hitlery emails he will find all the predicate(s) required for trail and conviction of all them for criminal conspiracy and Treason!

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  33. Mr e-man says:

    Oh, so just process changes. So those guys are not corrupt like I thought. They just didn’t follow the process. And here all this time, I thought they broke the law and did so to persecute President Trump and get him removed from office against the will of the voters. No big deal.

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  34. John Lott says:

    Our job is to reelect President Trump. He WILL NOT let the bad guys go if we give him another term. His first term has been all about survival. If we can get the house back along with a second term, he will really open the door to the whole affair. Mr. Trump doesn’t forgive and forget! Wait till they see him on offence!

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    • donna kovacevic says:

      Just my opinion here. If I were PDJT and have fought as hell for the last 3 years to make the country so much better and yet have been attacked 24/7 for lies and nothing else, I would not even bother to run for second term. The crooks in government are being let go and continue the same evil traitorous ways, the people see it and sit quietly by and do nothing. Hell what am I fighting for, when no one else cares. In that case you deserve all you get when another traitor like Obama becomes President. Every man is on their own then. PDJT does not need this bs, he should be relaxing reaping the rewards for his hard work for years, why bother fighting for you when you do not have his back. God Bless PDJT and his family. America a Banana Republic.

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  35. rmramerica says:

    Wish we saw a lot more of Meadows. Very good spokesman for the party. Great screen presence. Good communicator, most times, at least acts and sounds like an intelligent adult and a responsible public official. Very different from Collins and his schtick (sorry, guess we can’t offer criticism of top Repubs here).

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