Durham Looking At Brennan – A Reminder of "The Crown Material" Conflict…

The Christopher Steele dossier was called “Crown Material” by FBI agents within the small group during their 2016 political surveillance operation. The “Crown” description reflects the unofficial British intelligence aspect to the dossier as provided by Steele.

In May 2019 former House Oversight Chairman Trey Gowdy stated there are emails from former FBI Director James Comey that outline instructions from CIA Director John Brennan to include the “Crown Material” within the highly political Intelligence Community Assessment.
Specifically outlined by Gowdy, the wording of the Comey email is reported to say:

…”Brennan is insisting the Crown Material be included in the intel assessment.”

However, on May 23rd, 2017, in testimony -under oath- to the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) John Brennan stated [@01:54:28]:

GOWDY: Director Brennan, do you know who commissioned the Steele dossier?
BRENNAN: I don’t.
GOWDY: Do you know if the bureau [FBI] ever relied on the Steele dossier as part of any court filing, applications?
BRENNAN: I have no awareness.
GOWDY: Did the CIA rely on it?
GOWDY: Why not?
BRENNAN: Because we didn’t. It wasn’t part of the corpus of intelligence information that we had. It was not in any way used as a basis for the Intelligence Community Assessment that was done. Uh … it was not.

Video of the exchange [prompted 01:54:28 just hit play]

As Victor Davis Hanson wrote at the time:

[…] James Clapper, John Brennan, and James Comey are now all accusing one another of being culpable for inserting the unverified dossier, the font of the effort to destroy Trump, into a presidential intelligence assessment—as if suddenly and mysteriously the prior seeding of the Steele dossier is now seen as a bad thing. And how did the dossier transmogrify from being passed around the Obama Administration as a supposedly top-secret and devastating condemnation of candidate and then president-elect Trump to a rank embarrassment of ridiculous stories and fibs?
Given the narratives of the last three years, and the protestations that the dossier was accurate or at least was not proven to be unproven, why are these former officials arguing at all? Did not implanting the dossier into the presidential briefing give it the necessary imprimatur that allowed the serial leaks to the press at least to be passed on to the public and thereby apprise the people of the existential danger that they faced? (read more)

Fox News Maria Bartiromo has more knowledge of the details within the 2016 political surveillance scandal than any other MSM host. Bartiromo has followed the events very closely and now she is the go-to person for those who are trying to bring the truth behind the scandal to light.
On the morning of May 20th, 2019, on her Fox Business Network show Ms. Bartiromo outlined the current issues between Comey and Brennan. WATCH:

It certainly looks like former CIA Director John Brennan has exposed himself to perjury. However, beyond that and even more disturbing, what does this say about the political intents of a weaponized intelligence apparatus?
CTH has previously outlined how the December 29th, 2016, Joint Analysis Report (JAR) on Russia Cyber Activity was a quickly compiled bunch of nonsense about Russian hacking.
The JAR was followed a week later by the January 7th, 2017, Intelligence Community Assessment. The ICA took the ridiculous construct of the JAR and then overlaid a political narrative that Russia was trying to help Donald Trump.
The ICA was the brain-trust of John Brennan, James Clapper and James Comey. While the majority of content was from the CIA, some of the content within the ICA was written by FBI Agent Peter Strzok who held a unique “insurance policy” interest in how the report could be utilized in 2017.  NSA Director Mike Rogers would not sign up to the “high confidence” claims, likely because he saw through the political motives of the report.

(JUNE 2019 – New York Times) […] Mr. Barr wants to know more about the C.I.A. sources who helped inform its understanding of the details of the Russian interference campaign, an official has said. He also wants to better understand the intelligence that flowed from the C.I.A. to the F.B.I. in the summer of 2016.

During the final weeks of the Obama administration, the intelligence community released a declassified assessment that concluded that Mr. Putin ordered an influence campaign that “aspired to help” Mr. Trump’s electoral chances by damaging Mrs. Clinton’s. The C.I.A. and the F.B.I. reported they had high confidence in the conclusion. The National Security Agency, which conducts electronic surveillance, had a moderate degree of confidence. (read more)

Questioning the construct of the ICA is a smart direction to take for a review or investigation. By looking at the intelligence community work-product, it’s likely Durham will cut through a lot of the chatter and get to the heart of the intelligence motives.
Apparently John Durham is looking into just this aspect: Was the ICA document a politically engineered report stemming from within a corrupt intelligence network?
The importance of that question is rather large. All of the downstream claims about Russian activity, including the Russian indictments promoted by Rosenstein and the Mueller team, are centered around origination claims of illicit Russian activity outlined in the ICA.
If the ICA is a false political document…. then guess what?
Yep, the entire narrative from the JAR and ICA is part of a big fraud. [Which it is]

(Read ICA via pdf)

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235 Responses to Durham Looking At Brennan – A Reminder of "The Crown Material" Conflict…

  1. chojun says:

    Note that Josef Mifsud’s phones that he turned over to Barr had IMEI numbers of British origin.

    • De Oppresso Liber says:

      Britain’s GCHQ (equivalent to our NSA) was literally up to their pompous, globalist, and most likely Royal asses in the plot to overthrow our duly-elected, sitting, and beloved president.
      If they had done such a thing unilaterally, we would without doubt consider it an Act of War! However, the despicable scum over here who “assisted” them cannot be tried for TREASON? We need to take a long, hard, serious look at revising that statute….

      • The Demon Slick says:

        Sedition. Treason is only during wartime. You can make a legitimate argument that we’re at war since like forever, but sedition is evergreen.

        • Quartermaster says:

          Not just war time. We have had recognized enemies since the Bolshevik rebellion. Giving aid and comfort to an enemy is always treason, no matter what time it is.

          • YvonneMarie says:

            Absolutely right.

          • Yy4u says:

            We are missing the point. GCHG, FBI, DOJ, Australis, Italy et al were all playing for the Globalist team. Trump with his America first was an existentialist threat to THEIR world order

            • Patrick Healy says:

              Spot on Yy4u,
              Our British spying industry is in lockstep with the NWO. Then you can add ALL our biased fake news media and it gives you some idea what your President is up against.
              Yesterday’s election results from your northern province (Canada) proves Soros and his fellow Satanists are far from beaten.
              BTW the present head of your cia was in cahoots with our London spies for a time when she was over here, and you can bet your house on her not changing her spots.
              All we can do is trust in God to help your President on his mission to drag us back from the brink.

        • rockdoc76 says:

          Article 3 Section 3 of our constitution does not include a prerequisite of being at war to be tried for treason. Only that a person “gives aid and comfort to an enemy of the United States ” to overthrow the elected government. If the governments of Italy and others were conspiring with Americans to depose the elected president of the United States then they would be the enemy necessary to convict Americans of treason.

        • JIM COMEY IS A WEASEL_DOUG says:

          Haven’t TraitorCrats been telling us for years now that Russia’s “interference” was tantamount to an act of war?
          Well, according to them, we were “at war” with Russia and Hillary and DNC and all these coup pieces of crap were accessories..

        • Daniel says:

          We have legally been in a state of war since the Korean War.

        • ILOT says:

          I’ve always been partial to the word “treachery”. By definition a betrayal of trust it would provide a basis to confirm lack of adherence to strict policy standards. The word also would be supported by AG Barrs focus on “policy” where non-compliance has applicable statutes. It provides political cover by shying away from the emotional and hyper-political term of treason.

        • Dixie T says:

          Actually, under the Federal Statute it says during wartime, “or” then it goes on to describe other incidents that are not during wartime. That word “or” is KEY!

      • roddrepub says:

        Oh come now mate! You’ve seen enough spy movies! I can tell you how it ends for Steele, but I think you already know.

        • Carson says:

          What’s the British word for Arkancided?

        • De Oppresso Liber says:

          I believe Steele got caught up in a helluva lot more than he thought he would. He saw an opportunity to network with old contacts, create a horseschitt research document to keep Trump from winning an election, and make a pile of money.
          Then, he freaked out when he woke up (on 9 November 2016), and to his horror, realized he had just become a mortal enemy of the President of the United States.
          I think it’s very bad news for the America haters, and therefore has been vastly underreported, that Steele has been interviewed by both IG Horowitz and Special Prosecutor Durham.
          But, back to your original point – I know what would happen to his ass if I had my way 😉

    • Andy says:

      Can’t wait until this blows WIDE open and Adam Schitt, Nadler, Pelosi, Waters and so many more criminal and corrupt Dems are outed. It will be a beautiful day to see these folks cuffed and do the perp walk.

    • mavrick04 says:

      That is a misnomer and the person quoting that was saying the sim amd imei are the same they are not, you can literally burn a new imei into a phone and also
      IMEI number is structured by the BABT. It has 15 decimal digits. Actualy it has 14 digits plus a check digit. The structure of the IMEI is specified in 3GPP TS 23.003. First 8 digits of IMEI number are TAC (Type Allocation Code) which will give you the mobile phone brand and model. Other 7 digits are defined by manufacturer (6 are serial number and 1 is check digit).

      • JL says:

        It’s actually the ICCID numbers that are relevant. They were contained in Powell’s filing, the first 1 or 2 digits are the country code, and the next several are the provider code.
        In this case it’s UK and Vodafone.

      • Paul Apostle says:

        We deploy Cisco & Open Gear Console routers all the time with 4G. These devices have the IMEI (basically a MAC address) and the SIM ICCID (SIM card ID), which are tied to the IPv4/IPv6 address. Additionally, “every” cell tower (CBH = cell back haul) passes through an ISP network. Believe it when I say everything is monitored and traceable. Government policy dictates syslogs to be kept for x amount of time.

        • Joemama says:

          Yes & the majority (more than 50%) of it is porn, I was told by a former CEO of a company that used to make the equipment.
          I was rather surprised by this revelation.

  2. Passive Observer says:

    Bartiromo is good, but it still cracks me up when she says “Misfud” instead of Mifsud…

  3. L4grasshopper says:

    I have been commenting in various fora for the last 2.5 years that there was never any evidentiary predicate for any of the various intelligence and legal machinations undertaken to tie Trump to Russia or any other illegal action.
    Going after the origins for CROSSFIRE HURRICANE, the FISA warrants, the Mueller activity, and now the Impeachment circus will reveal the fraud, corruption, and illegality of the “small group”.
    I have cautious confidence that Barr is tightly focused on this. If he is…then what is likely to be exposed will be the most momentous scandal in government corruption and illegality perhaps in the nation’s history.

    • littleanniefannie says:

      You mean it will make Watergate look like a group of kids breaking into the cookie jar?

      • Lester Smith says:

        Dems now want slow walk impeachment. Excellent as Mr burns says. Give Barr and Durham time to perfect their noose. Let them hang around dems watch what you wish for.

        • TarsTarkas says:

          They want it during the Presidential campaign. Realized that they were rushing things.

          • gymcy81 says:

            (untold)…but intuition says that ‘they’
            (anonymous suited up, nefarious humans, lurking out in the open of the DC swamp?)
            wanted to strike while the contrived whistleblower news break was (delayed, then made) hot:
            – to keep themselves – by misusing others – at the forefront of the ‘news’ to gain public self-image control,
            – to distract from the potential release of imformation regarding a real investigation into what was happening before, BEFORE, the ’16 election,
            – to have a narrative – carried by ‘their’ complicit media – that could bury the real investigation,
            – to mis-justify their do nothing / resist approach on not moving useful legislations (USMCA, wall funding, etc. )
            – to have a (hoax) topic to overlay onto the public such that the public might overlook…truths, lot’s of jobs, low unemployment, a strong economy, isis losing instead of growing, improved trade agreements, fewer regulations, lower gas prices, etc.
            And yes, during the Turkey / Syria / Kurds 1-2 day battle a week ago …. the House was very jolly about the outcome of a (meaningless) House vote on staying in Syria (even though the House has yet to pass legislation to o,k. US presence, or mission – via military action(s) – across the supposed b.o. Red Line in the sand, in Syria.
            Love thy neighbors

          • ILOT says:

            I respectfully disagree. They need to make sure that the hell that is about to rain down on the “small group” is nothing more than political payback for the impeachment proceedings. Impeachment is going no-where in my opinion. The Treaty Between the United States of America and Ukraine on Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters with Annex, signed at Kiev on July 22, 1998, and with an Exchange of Notes signed on September 30, 1999, which provides for its provisional application effectively says PDJT was OBLIGATED to direct if not coordinate an investigation into the quid pro quo that Biden appears to have admitted to on video. Call your reps and demand that they explain why they would support our POTUS knowingly defy such an important document such as a treaty.

      • Watergate will be Romper Room Material…This nonsense of taking down a sitting President is beyond the pale!!!!
        Put them in Gitmo, Never to set foot on American soil again and when they die, put into an unmarked grave. And when the new personnel asks who is there, point to the inscription on the plaque!!! ‘Nough said!!!

      • WSB says:

        A bunch of …CIA assets. Sound familiar?

    • billinlv says:

      What we have witnessed over the last few years since Donald Trump ran for and was elected to the highest office in the US is indeed a momentous scandal in corruption and illegality. I would argue that there is yet an even more scandalous and momentous example of corruption and that is the very election of Barack Obama. Obama’s background and bona fides remain a mystery to all but Obama himself. How can that be the case? I am sure I am not the only person alive today who wants to know the complete and unadulterated history of Barack Hussein Obama…soup to nuts, every single minute detail. Every. Single. Minute. Detail. The Uni-Party gave us Barack Obama. Now I want and demand the truth, whatever it is. Most of all, I want to be able to identify and hold accountable the Congress members and Senators who permitted such a massive fraud to be perpetuated against the American people.

      • trump20162024 says:

        I think it is safe to assume that obozo applied to college and law school as a foreign-born student. (Why else would those records have not been leaked after all these years?) That means that obozo committed fraud on those applications to garner the benefits of affirmative action (i.e. relaxed admission standards), or he committed the biggest fraud in American political history by “winning” two presidential elections. Either way, obozo is a criminal.

        • The Demon Slick says:

          If the birth certificate he released was real he was born with dual citizenship British and US. Not a natural born citizen. But it’s not real.

      • cboldt says:

        If we accept his birth cert, he was born a dual citizen. If his father had taken him, he’d be a citizen of UK.
        Zero discussion in our corrupt Congress about whether a dual citizen is also a natural born citizen.
        Also rank dishonesty in the Senate that equated the legal fiction “shall be considered as” with metaphysical reality “are.”
        The US was taken over by globalists before most of us were born. Our elections are a charade, both parties and all the branches are in on the scam.

        • Sloth1963 says:

          And yet, We have President Trump.

          • Judy says:

            Yes, if God willing, we can keep him !

          • ILOT says:

            PDJT’s presence and victory speak to the brilliance of our Founders and the beauty of the Founding Documents. For anyone that ignores such a clear sign that we truly can control our destiny, regardless of the challenge or foe is, as we used to say in high school “a wussy”….

        • George Hicks says:

          I think one of the reasons our elections can be such a charade is the lack of importance voters put on primary elections. One only has to look at the turnout numbers between the primary elections and the general election counterpart to know this is true…I know from my own experience that my polling place is a veritable ghost town on primary day as compared to election day.
          People who religiously vote on election day, thinking their vote is so important, civic duty, and so forth, but don’t vote in the primaries are basically allowing someone else to make their selection for them, even more so if you are the voter who always votes along party lines.
          I would argue, the primary may actually be more important than the general.

      • amazed treetopdownlooker says:

        DECLASS, D E C L A S S, D. E. C L. A. S. S. ! 100!!!
        WHEN the timing is seems to be as perfect as it can be for maximum justice/swamp draining of the sordid swampsters !

      • Amy2 says:

        I am with you billinlv. I want to see the birth certificate. The REAL one. I would also like to see his college transcripts, and did he write anything for the Harvard Law Review? Really? And if he could give a brief summary of what he actually did to warrant such narcissism would be appreciated.

      • grumpyqs says:

        Who has the ability to erase “every single minute detail” from every conceivable record about “Obama” and replace them with utter BS? Who has the ability to construct an international fairy tale that wastes 4 years of a Presidential term? Who has the ability to assassinate a President and successfully cover it up?

    • Mark says:

      Why is it taking so long for Durham to be questioning the main characters? Hasn’t he been working on this for months now? I would be surprised if lots of evidence hasn’t been shredded.

      • George Hicks says:

        Because you go after the smaller fish first and get them to ‘give up’ the guy above them.
        Think of cops targeting street level dealers and offering them a deal if they give up their supplier.

    • stripmallgrackle says:

      Expect a lot of, “I don’t recall” if indictments are forthcoming.
      Pray that, “Let me refresh your memory” is prosecution’s reply every single time.

    • De Oppresso Liber says:

      AG Barr has certainly got McConnell’s full attention. Hence, the not-so-veiled threat levelled at President Trump today ostensibly over troop pullouts in Syria, Afghanistan, or either one. Coming on the heels of Graham showing his true colors, the intended message could not be more clear.
      I find it hard to accept not ONE SINGLE REPUBLICAN SENATOR has come out in SUPPORT of President Trump. I expect such sleazy, repugnant, examples of moral turpitude from democrats……
      It certainly appears that there literally may not be one, single, honest U.S. Senator of either party existing today…….except perhaps Rand Paul.
      What a pathetically sad commentary on the character of those serving as elected leaders in our democratic republic. I know, one obvious question must also be, “What does that say about us, the electorate?”
      While I agree that ultimately we will have the government which we deserve, I also believe we have been betrayed by the media estate. I always felt the news was biased (decidedly so) against conservatives, but I had no idea how absolutely treasonous, anti-American, extremist, “progressive”, and radical the media had become until 2008.
      There’s no telling how long they’ve been actively trying to destroy America. To be honest, I really don’t care…..it’s too late to matter; I ONLY WANT TO DEFEAT THEM!

    • ms doodlebug says:

      He only has two real options. He can let the chips fall where they may and begin to get the DOJ/FBI back on a trustworthy path. Or he can cover up the scandal, let it continue, and convince millions of us that our government is so corrupt it can never again be trusted. What he does now will determine whether we will eventually have another civil war.

      • George Hicks says:

        A decade ago he could easily have taken the easy way out and covered up the scandal, today, not so much. Too many people aware of the dirty deeds – one of the few, maybe the only benefit of social media. The MSM is no longer the only voice.
        BTW, I love your nick. My father used to call my sister doodlebug, sadly both are gone, I haven’t heard that in a long time!

        • ms doodlebug says:

          When I hear expressions my mom used it brings back memories. I hope the nick brought back great memories for you.
          AG Barr was very outspoken about his intention to investigate. I’m trusting that if he was going to do a cover-up he wouldn’t have been so forthcoming with his opinions. That nothing is being announced before the IG and Durham reports actually gives me hope that it’s all entwined to leave no doubt in anyone’s mind what crimes have been committed and by whom. I know many believe there must be prosecutions. While I believe there should be, I also know that for people who think they are above it all public exposure and disgrace is as feared as prison. Today big shots; tomorrow scorned.

          • De Oppresso Liber says:

            If you wish, go to the DOJ’s website, and read the transcript of General Barr’s recent address (to an invitation only event) at the University of Notre Dame’s School of Law. Oddly, within 48 hours of giving the speech, both Notre Dame and You Tube had taken down the video and transcript, although the transcript is still available on DOJ’s website.
            The address provides a very reassuring insight into General Barr’s character and moral courage. I now have no doubt that he is 100% dedicated to defending the Constitution, the rule of law in America, and specifically the Office of the Presidency in the current crisis.

            • ms doodlebug says:

              Thanks for the suggestion. I did read it, and like you feel reassured that my first good impressions of AG Barr still hold. He’s dealing with an incredibly complicated and difficult investigation involving people who have much to fear.

  4. Flight93Gal says:

    Well, well, well.
    Those of us reading Sundance amazing work here have long known how to evaluate Brennan’s denials on whether the dossier was included in the ICA.
    Simply put: Liar, Liar, Pants on fire.

  5. Henry chance says:

    “Oh what a tangled web we weave………………..when first we practice to deceive!”

  6. Heika says:

    Go take a look at what Greg Rubini is putting out there about the whistleblower (Eric Ciaramella), and where he has been hanging out! Very mind blowing stuff. What a leech. He is EVERYWHERE, a proper snake spy. The corrupt McMaster is in there as well. Scroll down on his feed and its all there. Far too many tweets to post. This is the guy and you can see the ‘slug trail’ everywhere, including right next to the first lady Melania. What a horrible leaking lying skunk. Hope President has heard about him.

  7. Great, so we know all this, we get all of this. The problem is WHY HASNT BRENNAN BEEN ARRESTED????? If this was a Republican, the Democrats would have him locked up in the bowels of Rikers a year ago. SUNDANCE, you’ve done an amazing job, you deserve a Pulitzer. It’s too bad you don’t have the power to hold accountable. Barr and DOJ will never hold these people accountable, ever…

    • L4grasshopper says:

      Because, child, Barr has to have his legal ducks in order before he starts taking any action…..AND…..he has to ensure that he is able to prosecute all of the culprits in the “small group”, and not ruin one or more case by prematurely indicting only one of them.
      Use your noodle!

      • jx says:

        There is no need for simultaneous indictments, it that’s what you’re saying.

        • L4grasshopper says:

          I’m not. I’m saying that the timing of the first ones has to be made in the context of the entire investigation.

      • James says:

        How long does it take to get his ducks in a row? He has all of the DOJ at his disposal. I hope I’m wrong, but I’m not expecting to see much of anything from him.

    • Okay – the bases are load; its last of the ninth; there’s two down and WHO does the manager send to the plate?

      • dwpender says:

        Durham. Here’s hoping that these concluding “interviews,” if the targets and their attorneys are foolish enough to allow them, are NOT fact finding exercises. Durham and his team should already know (and have admissible evidence to establish) the answesr to all the important questions they ask. At that point, the interviewees will have 3 choices: (1) lie; (2) confess and seek a deal; or (3) invoke the 5th and walk out.

        • De Oppresso Liber says:

          Durham already has both Brennan and Clapper on perjury, but I’m hoping the two blackberries opened a treasure trove of information both them hoped would never surface.
          Mifsud is an old spook; many years working clandestine operations. Remember in 2017 when his name was only a “rumor,” describing a man nobody could either find or ID? Mifsud left an audiotaped deposition with his attorney, and went into hiding, over self-described “fear for his life.”
          I could be wrong, but those two blackberries sound like Prof. Joseph Mifsud’s (or whatever his real name is) own insurance policy, to offer President Trump in exchange for a deal of some kind. He’s an old hand at all this, and he certainly knew better than to trust any of the snakes he was working with.
          But, remember this before anybody starts feeling sorry for Mifsud — he’s a scumbag who knew he was setting up an innocent man, and getting paid lots of money to do it. His insurance policy was exactly that…..weighing the chances of what would happen to him if it all went sideways — he would get Epstein-ed, or Rich-ed, or etc…Screw him.

          • evergreen says:

            Not just setting up an innocent man…Trump was a 0% probability of winning the election, remember? Any action taken to go after Trump was gratuitous.

    • CountryDoc says:

      Because we must have all ducks in a row and be bullet proof. When we start getting close to the real orchestrators of this, there will be an all out Lawfare war, propaganda war against a few patriots and democrats, arabs, RINOs, chamber of commerce. We may have the population majority on our side now (which is YUGE), but we have to be air tight using constitutional processes (because we stand by it). THEY don’t have to. They can like, cheat, steal, murder, with no holds barred until we catch them. They are using our sacred constitution and law and morality against us.

  8. Eric says:

    The updates are nice and I applaud Sundance for his continued focus on the littlest details.
    I’m pretty sure folks in the WH read his stuff and I’m always glad to see him laying out possible scenarios and threats they may not have considered.
    But at this point, personally, much of this is becoming background noise unless someone actually gets indicted.
    I sometimes wonder if BOTH sides are just playing games to satisfy their bases lust for revenge.

    • ALEX says:

      Whatever Durham lays out, it has to be concise and to the point. The damage has been done to the President’s first two years and we can’t get that back, indictments or not..
      Good to see you posting…that 2016 election was great fun here…I drop in when I can.

      • Eric says:

        I’m not sure how they can keep it simple.
        I wonder how many people are actually following this. Part of me says not many because it gets too much into the weeds. But if you’ve been to a Trump Rally, it’s amazing how many people seem to know what is going on.
        I suspect the President’s Twitter feed/Facebook page is even more powerful than we even realize.

        • doofusdawg says:

          Pretty obvious that the dems are bringing impeachment to a fevered pitch in order to thwart any Barr news. Also now apparent that they will hold off on actual impeachment vote to be a response to Barr news or indictments. It’s all about the news cycle to the beltway whores who live and die by it.
          We can only hope that folks can see thru the bs… and that Barr does something pretty soon.

          • WSB says:

            I believe that is why Shanghai Joe dropped the October 17th comment. They were all on track to start the scheme until the report was delayed again. He probably does not know how to check social media headlines. Joe never got the updated memo.

        • steph_gray says:

          I think the “deep in the weeds” aspect of a mystery/thriller is intriguing to many in today’s digital world.
          I used to be addicted to mystery/thriller/spy fiction, but since PDJT, this real-life story has caused me to leave all the fiction behind and just try to keep up.
          My suspicion is that there are many like that – plenty of them the young voters we need – who then tell friends who tell friends who tell friends… Game of Thrones pales in comparison.

      • James says:

        Alex, you make a very good point. I know we’re all hoping for a big knockout punch, but after all we’ve learned I’m not counting on that. However, for it to have any punch it does have to be concise and to the point. Because the reality is that a significant part of the population has no idea what FISA is, they don’t know who Papadoupolis is or even Barr for that matter.

        • NC Patriot says:

          The “population” doesn’t need to know—–just the half + who actually vote. And since POTUS got 63 million votes and he has 65 million twitter followers (plus likely several million, like me. who are not on twitter but read his tweets daily) I think more are informed .than we think

    • Zorro says:

      So if that little game was being played doesn’t there have to be a winner and a loser?

      • Eric says:

        It depends on what your definition of winning and losing is.
        We may not get everything we want. I personally want justice and revenge for injustice. I fear that if those who are guilty of these crimes are not punished, everything will revert back to the corrupt “normal” after President Trump is out of office.
        But if President Trump fundamentally changes the direction of the country in a lasting way, taking us back from the brink, that was more than I expected five years ago when I thought the country was doomed.
        I do think some of what we want is fantasy. They are not going to indict people as high as Obama, Biden, and HRC. (Hell, Hillary and Biden may be dead before that even went to trial).
        The question is do people like Clapper, Comey, Brennan, etc. face justice?

    • hokkoda says:

      I have a hard time believing that Durham would play that role. If anything, he’s incentivized more heavily to play ball with the Government Party in terms of his career. What should give people heart is that Durham has started moving on to the central players in this little drama which means he has what he needs from the underlings, and is now moving up the chain of command to find out who pulled launched this whole mess.
      Brennan is super arrogant, like Col Jessup in “A Few Good Men”, and the problem with that arrogance is you start believing your own personal morality and importance outweighs petty irritations like “following the law”.
      I think if Durham/Barr were playing games to satisfy the GOP base, we’d get a lot more leaks. The fact that the IG Report has been pretty air-tight in terms of leaks – other than the people who are named in it leaking what they saw about themselves – is really interesting. Yeah, the usual Conservative Inc. media types are going to go on radio and TV and claim arrests are imminent and whatnot, but if you read between the lines, the IG Report must be really, really, bad news…because nobody is talking about what is in it, and everybody in Official Government Party circles has launched themselves into orbit trying to get rid of Trump over minor disputes like that Ukraine phone call and 28 soldiers in Syria.
      I’ll believe it when I see it, but they definitely seem to be flying directly over the target right now.

  9. Interested Observer says:

    Nothing is going to happen.

  10. butch cassidy says:

    Durham has his work cut out for him. The arrogance of these guys (clapper, brennan and comey) is remarkable. They don’t feel they need to answer to anyone about what they did. Would love to be a fly on the wall during these interviews. Sure hope Durham has some aces up his sleeve.

    • littleanniefannie says:

      One day they will answer to Satan! Bet they’ll all be a hot mess!

    • Are the “interviews” going to be under oath?

    • hokkoda says:

      Their arrogance is a great weapon that can be wielded by Durham. It’s not just that they don’t feel that they answer to anyone. By all available evidence, they are correct in this belief…nobody in good standing with the Government Party gets prosecuted for ANYTHING. It’s that their moral judgement is superior in all cases.
      I use the “A Few Good Men” analogy a lot to describe people like Brennan. He’s Col Jessup: thoroughly corrupt, no integrity, a liar, and a man totally willing to sacrifice his troops to carry out a series of illegal acts in service to an allegedly higher morality. Brennan isn’t concerned about petty little details like “the law”, which is why he cannot figure out what the legal basis for Durham’s investigation are (or so he claims).
      That mentality is a huge advantage to a prosecutor because Brennan is absolutely convinced that the ends justified the means. Trump is a reprobate, and Brennan thinks he is a patriot for doing everything in his power to bring Trump down.

  11. McConnell just warned Trump about withdrawing troops from Syria/ME in general or else……and we think that Barr is going to anything serious about the Coup??? Mitch got Barr approved with little resistance and Zero false sexual allegations….No one has been indicted at the CIA, FBI or DOJ for proven criminal activity……and yet the Coup continues unabated against president Trump…..until proven otherwise Bill ‘bagpipes’ Barr is a fraud….

    • Mike Van says:

      I think theres too much out there for nothing to happen. Someone will be sacrificed then have an unfortunate accident. Tock-tick?

    • Mike Van says:

      I think theres too much out there for nothing to happen. Someone will be sacrificed then have an unfortunate accident. Tock-tick?

    • Mr e-man says:

      If Mitch wants war in Syria, he should have the Senate declare a war.
      Instead, he tries to pass a weak “resolution” basically condemning a President who has been under attack with falsehoods from the opposing party. Grow a spine Mitch. Stand for your President.

    • Tl Howard says:

      He’d better be careful or some truths about China and his wife’s money might cost him the votes of the people of Kentucky.

  12. Bob Parker says:

    It seems to me that Barr/Durham’s investigation of the clearly corrupt Brennan is going to tell us how DOJ is going to either pursue/prosecute these corrupt bastards or merely write up a Horowitcz type report & close the matter.
    Personally, I have to believe that these investigations are going to yield not just a few indictments but MANY indictments. And if I am wrong, then I will be extremely disappointed in how poorly our justice system has decayed.
    PS- I also believe & expect that these indictments will start happening BEFORE this year ends.
    Merry Xmas Brennan, Blowme, & Crapper.

  13. wightmanfarm says:

    Is this ever going to end?

  14. littleanniefannie says:

    Please Mr. Durham, get to the bottom of this and soon. The country needs to understand what has gone on and why!

    • dwpender says:

      If Durham and colleagues are doing this right, they already have “gotten to the bottom of this.” The purpose of these interviews would not be to ask questions about what they don’t know, but to ask questions they ALREADY know the answer to. The targets then have 3 choices: (1) lie; (2) confess and seek a deal; (3) take the 5th and walk out.

  15. fangdog says:

    Putin wanted Trump to MAGA. Proves Putin knew more as to what was good for America than half the American voters.

    • TarsTarkas says:

      I sincerely doubt that. Putin wants to bring down America for defeating his precious Soviet Union. Which if it had survived he would likely only be a mid-level apparatchik. Go figure.

  16. Abolition Man says:

    Heavenly Father, protect our President from these evil, seditious criminals. Watch over and inspire your child, Sundance, as he works to shine Your Truth Revealing Light on this, the greatest political scandal in American history! Show us the way to return our great, God-given republic to-
    One Nation Under God, With Liberty and Justice For ALL!

  17. ALEX says:

    My cousin spent 20 years in the Intelligence community and I’ve spoken with a room full of these retired folks about this….No one with a straight face can defend that ICA. It would take a year at minimum to come to any sort of sound conclusion and the Mueller report states that no American citizen was remotely involved.
    The ICA parallels the Crooked Hillary email case….no one with a straight face can defend any of it.

  18. Ausonius says:

    Eric Ciaramella has been bandied about for a week or so as THE WHISTLE-BLOWER!!!
    And so…? The LACK of MSM interest is rather telling: if the whistle-blower had been a Republican, his name would be everywhere, and he would be lionized as a hero and Savior of the Republic.
    But Eric Ciaramella is obviously a DEM operative, and so the crickets are very loud.
    Consider this from over 2 years ago:
    On June 11, alt-right blogger Mike Cernovich published an article attacking an assistant to National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster, claiming the previously low-profile civil servant wanted to “sabotage” President Donald Trump.
    The piece described Eric Ciaramella as “pro-Ukraine and anti-Russia” and alleged, with no evidence, that he was possibly responsible for high-level leaks. The response to the piece included online threats of violence against Ciaramella, which contributed to his decision to leave his job at the National Security Council a few weeks early, according to two sources familiar with the situation.
    Although the harassment was not the only factor, one of the two sources said they “distinctly got the impression” that the departure was premature, partially because of “right-wing” harassment.”

    (My emphasis above)
    The article further laments the harassment from “right-wing bloggers” as putting undue stress on “career civil servants” and forcing them to resign! Poor babies!

  19. Gil Stonebarger says:

    we and the POTUS are running out of time. Blast me all you like, but all I see if the noose tightening around Mr Trump’s neck. AND OURS. If CONCRETE action is not taken soon, all the wonderful analysis is the world is USELESS. We are OUTNUMBERED. It is indeed the bottom of the ninth and more rose colored viewpoints based on how things SHOULD be handled is worse than useless….it is DISTRACTING from action that MUST be taken.

    • Louisiana Tea Rose says:

      When and where, so we can book a room close to Home Depot, and get our pitchforks. They won’t let me bring mine on the plane.

    • bessie2003 says:

      “We are OUTNUMBERED” – it may look like that because of the constant hammering of the press, showing only that one side, the Democrat talking point side, with very few exceptions, but
      I do believe that, like all things Democrat Party, is an illusion.
      As the President said in his interview with Hannity the other night, look at the size of those rallies, those are the true poll numbers and compare the size of attendance, and overflow crowds, at those rallies to any of the Democrat party candidates – and remember, they bus many of their attendees in – will let you know they are playing a losing game.

    • donna kovacevic says:

      Excuse my Canadian ignorance, but I believe it is President Trump, not Mr. Yes we are rather polite and follow proper protocol and for that I am not sorry.

  20. wightmanfarm says:

    Maybe Barr/Durham are slow walking everything… for a reason. If impeachment and removal happens soon, they won’t have to do anything.
    I’m phisically sick.

  21. toocoolus says:

    In the Gowdy questioning, you can see the expression on Brennan’s face that he knows that he’s lying; and you can see Gowdy slightly shaking his head as if he’s thinking “oh man, I know that you’re lying and this is going to put you down at a date sometime in the future when all of this unravels.” I hope we get to date date soon!

  22. C says:

    my 2cents –
    We have to assume that there are other players within the intelligence community thwarting any bureaucratic coverups and sweeps that are probably occurring hourly.
    Lawyering up will only go so far, so long as the facts remain on the side of the good.
    I’m still optimistic. The other positive is that the slow information coming from Durham’s team means that the our side is making strides now. And this information is far too public at this point. The left and their deepstate operatives will have to go full-blown public authoritarianism to stop what’s coming. They are certainly taking the steps toward it, but it can’t last and then it’ll be too late. Too many will be awakened. Every move they make smells of desperation now. They are just running out the clock in hopes of something to come their way.

    • wightmanfarm says:

      Something tells me that Ruthie is a lot sicker than they are letting us know. The plan will be to get rid of Trump, then impeach Kavanaugh, then when Ruth croaks, then they’ll have 2 SC appointments right off the bat.

    • “Full-blown public authoritarianism” would require most-to-all of
      • Military
      • National Guard
      • Law Enforcement
      • Homeland Security
      … and which of these support Demo☭rats? ??

  23. gibbie says:

    If you haven’t read this, please do. You will find it encouraging:
    Attorney General William P. Barr Delivers Remarks to the Law School and the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame

  24. BFranklin says:

    Impeach Vs. Treason
    Just trying to simplify everything to where we all stand today and what we see before our eyes.
    Team Treason is made up of We The People, Patriots.
    Team Impeach is the Deep State and Democrats

  25. alliwantissometruth says:

    I’ve never been one to make a statement using a music video, but this one should be the theme song for the scumbags attempted coup
    Not only is it a totally cool song, the intensity of the chorus reminds me of the scumbags…

    • C says:

      awesome song by gungrabbin Rollins

      • alliwantissometruth says:

        Yeah, I know C. I cringe when I see video’s used to support our side are from the typical brain dead leftist musicians, but this song just works for this subject

  26. trapper says:

    Oh, I don’t know. Putting a Brennan statement under oath up against a contradictory statement in an email from Comey, and trying to identify which one is lying, if I had to give odds I’d call it a “pick ’em.”
    Remember, Comey was making copious diary notes the whole time. He clearly constantly kept one eye on saving his own skin should the whole crooked mess go south, and I suggest that could include peppering his emails with self-serving lies.
    And if I were Barr and Durham, I’d work on turning Clapper against the other two.

    • namberak says:

      Couldn’t agree more. Brennan’s just pig stupid. Comey’s like a feral dog. Clapper’s the dullest tool in the shed.

  27. Rose says:

    Isn’t it illegal for the CIA to operate on American soil, is that why they used fake foreign spies to try and set up Trump.

    • TarsTarkas says:

      Nothing is illegal or should be illegal when it comes to Orange Man Bad.
      That’s the predicate. Laws could not be followed, in fact it was evil to follow laws on order to get rid of Orange Man Bad. Because he was So Bad. 3X worse Mr. H.

  28. litlbit2 says:

    Imo, with all that has to date been exposed, only imaging the volumes of things known not printed. I find it disturbing that MSM’s as well as several print publishers are not named daily in these Treasonous actions. To be charged and held accountable, inciting unrest constantly.
    Furthermore, with the duration of this folly continually on going for more than three years, and no action. It has elevated the divisive expansion of mob disturbances around the globe. Which in turn is once again are fanned by the MSM’s for the agendas of the world wide Swampers.
    Follow the money as these riotous actions are not spontaneous! All given expansion blessings by the practiced slow crawl of this the “new justice system”.
    Headlines, actions, charges, results etc are not read by those under headstones. Waiting

  29. Lion2017 says:

    Wasn’t this announced a few weeks ago? When will he be interviewed?

  30. StanH says:

    My money is on President Trump. I believe Deep State is catching wind from the hinterlands that we are non to pleased. For the sake of appeasing President Trump’s Deplorable army there will be arrest. But Barry will skate, even though you know that dimwit green-light the whole thing. Hillary will be sent into her drunken goodnight, perhaps a reprimand aka a badge of honor for a Clinton. All others are fair game. We’ll see.

  31. MLK says:

    My longstanding view has been it’s worthwhile to reverse engineer in terms of the function of the malefactions. Before the election, culminating in the Fall of 2016, the objective was to force Trump into, essentially, a Ross Perot special — dropping out of the race or doing so effectively by playing crazy or some such thing.
    When Trump won the election they immediately began operations to keep him from taking the oath. Via the same basic means or by corrupting/manipulating the Electoral College. Thus the JAR and ICA constructs. It’s impossible to overstate the level of risk for Brennan and Clapper in this phase.
    Per my immediately previous comment in an earlier thread, Counter-Intelligence operations, even what appears to us as clear entrapment, are never going to be second-guessed, much less prosecuted as crimes.
    But an Intelligence Chiefs coup via the Electoral College is something entirely different. There is simply no way to sweep that under the rug. Though they tried. Am I the only one that remembers all the chatter on CNN and MSNBC about Brennan and Clapper “briefing” the Electoral College “on Russian interference” before they voted?

  32. mtg50 says:

    I see a strong report from Horowitz coming out to set the table and raise consciousness. I see a strong, honest prosecutor in Durham linking evidence to names and to the abundant criminality, known and unknown at this point. I see Barr using the full weight of his office to uncover the international component of this coup. I see all this being positioned as a criminal conspiracy to remove a duly elected president. I see Mifsud cell phones in the right hands. I see so many points that if any one is shown to be false the whole narrative crumbles. I see an impeachment procedure which is so wrong and bogus to all but the willfully blind. I see Powell on the precipice of blowing up the Flynn indictment with collateral damage to Mueller and his report. I see panic in all the right people and places. I see a preternaturally calm President Trump. I don’t see a need to worry. I do see a need to be patient.

    • Ellis says:

      This. President Trump looks pretty calm while enduring the abuse he has taken.
      I think he wants a senate trial to put all of these people on the witness stand, under oath, on live tv for the world to see. Seems to me like an impeachment trial is the goal.
      Trump doesn’t need to be president, but he will go down in history as one of the greatest if he brings down this corrupt house and saves this country.

    • InAz says:

      Everything that comes from Horowitz is fluff.
      He protects the traitors.

    • William H Gilkerson says:

      God Bless you. That’s a good attitude.

  33. dwpender says:

    Targeting the Presidential candidate himself, without providing any defensive briefing re his supposedly shady campaign aides, and conducting surveillance of those aides (FISA assisted or otherwise) knowing that such surveillance will sweep in the candidate himself (and his entire campaign apparatus) is criminal IMO.

  34. Somebody's Gramma says:

    Another pipe dream: Brennan rolls on Obama to save his arse from life imprisonment. Everyone finds out Obama was a fraud. Trump wins re-election. The next African American president is a woman and a true patriot!! One can dream, can’t they?

  35. loteal2014 says:

    My thoughts are that whatever info Barr/Durham got from Mifsud or U.K., or another country shows something terrible. If not, I think it would not have expanded to include investigating after inauguration. My first thought was if Mifsud was a Russian asset, then, the case would be closed. Obviously not.

  36. dwpender says:

    As all the entrapment schemes unravel, I can’t help wishing that George P had taken a good selfie of himself and the “very beautiful” (his characterization) Azra Turk. I wonder how many other potential entrapees would recognize her? The real icing on the cake would be if Donald Trump,Jr or even POTUS himself saw the picture and realized immediately that our great and good Government ran the same honeypot at them when they went to UK/Scotland to the Trump Resort?

  37. joeknuckles says:

    Exclusive footage of our former intel cheifs meeting with the IG:

  38. Heika says:

    Well this is interesting! George Webb has some more info on Joe Biden and Coffer Black (Trump raised him recently) and Phillip Taylor. Oh what a tangled web. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxKpD2F9Xa8

  39. mauiis says:

    One has to be a mathematician or engineer to keep up with this obvious attempt to hijack America.
    I ain’t wired that way and it makes my head hurt.
    Although increasingly difficult, I just have to believe that Barr and Durham’s commitment to their oath of office is greater than any fear of the Walking Dead taking over our government.
    All I want for Christmas is an “October Surprise.”

  40. VandalizeDuhMastuhsAlgorithms says:

    The only “Crown Material” that should matter to these free and independent American States, would be articles such as the British cannons we seized during our struggle to escape said Crown.
    There remain several such spoils serving as silent sentinals of success at Saratoga National Battlefield.
    Cast in 1755 by the W. Bowen company, with serial numbers and especially the royal “Insignia”? of George The Second, G.2.R. clearly visible.
    And they shan’t have them back!

  41. DaughterofLiberty says:

    The Russia hoax and ruse was always a none starter for me – Putin would have preferred the Hag over El President. Why? Because he had plenty of ‘krompromat’ on the Hag – had all of her e-mail messages, benefitted from the uranium sale, would have the Weiner e-mail messages, likely knows about the Hag and Bubba’s trips to pedo island – may even have photos; likely knows of her sex trafficking of the Haitian children, may even have photos/vid of the Hag having sex with children (or worse); he had to have known about the arms deals to al qaida and what went down in Benghazi – she would have been the perfect Pres for Putin. He had the goods on that scumbag. He would have owned her and the WH ‘lock, stock & barrel’. Trump, on the other hand, was an unknown – Putin had no ‘krompromat’ on him. Only minds lacking discernment would believe the hoax.

    • Ackman419 says:

      Oh I believe every word of what you wrote.
      However, I spoke to a BayArea friend today ( I’m here working, leaving in the morning). who swears that his Russian friend personally knows of PDJTs blackmailable exploits in Ukraine and Russia. I mostly avoid politics w him, as he sees it all from the exact opposite side, and I value our relationship. Smart guy but “lacks discernment”, as you point out above.
      So they are out there

  42. 1riot1ranger says:

    Well at least we know now that Comey under no circumstances is doing any time.

  43. RobInPA says:

    In the first clip of the Rat Bastard (brennan), is my hearing off or was he somehow channeling the little girl voice of blasey-ford?!

  44. gsonFIT says:

    SD has always suggested that Brennan did not claim use of a dossier because it was not referred to as a dossier prior to it untimely release to the public in Jan. 2017.
    Also Brennan’s Fusion Cell had Treasury, State, CIA, FBI. ODNI, NSA and perhaps 2 other agencies and Brennan and Strzok initially parlayed this into 17 ICA organizations I call BS
    Finally, a real IC Assessment is reviewed and signed by all 17 agencies and takes a year to write. This one was done in 10 days and signed by CIA and DNI (Brennan and Clapper)

  45. Blind no Longer says:

    Was “Crown Material” a code name much like Crossfire Hurricane, named by the CIA/Brennan because it originated in the UK, referencing the crown/queen?

  46. Sherri Young says:

    Well, I just got smacked in the face with a reminder that God works in wondrous ways.
    Devin Nunes was on Fox a few minutes ago. He said that John Ratcliff di’smantled the Charge’ to Ukraine expected testimony in short order.
    Ratcliffe is where he needs to be right now, not as the DNI.

  47. foodog says:

    Sundance, you are truly one of the very few patriot with the brains and cojones to lay this all out.
    I wonder why some other sites and reporters simply ignore it.
    Could it be fear of surveillance, like of Sharyl Atkisson?
    Retaliation like some reporters removed or censored from plush jobs?
    Whatever, I am so grateful that you are unmoved by those concerns.
    Keep up the fine work, Sir.
    I regularly cross paste your analysis elsewhere to spread the word, and the feedback I get is others there are aware- this story is probably THE most influential and critical at this point in time- the weaponization of national security assets by one party against another, and worse- the deliberate conspiracy by the left media and deep state to follow orders to do so. Its the biggest scandal of our lifetime, and perhaps the history of the US, and I worry whether our system of laws can effectively manage the process, without the pressure of facts understood by a wide enough public educated enough to object, vociferously. I dont feel we are entirely there yet, but we are getting there, hopefully in time for 2020.
    The only safety is in full daylight to disinfect with facts, and you and your crew are the new Minutemen.

  48. Countrywatch says:

    An interesting thread on Brennan (and Mitt Romney, Burisma, Ukraine, 9/11) by Stu Crvk:
    Thread: Mittens, the Deep State, and the Ongoing Coup Against @POTUS

  49. BE says:

    Call your senators. Tell them you are watching what they do.
    Tell them to support President Trump.
    We did yesterday. Cruz and Cornyn (up for re-election)

  50. namberak says:

    “During the final weeks of the Obama administration, the intelligence community released a declassified assessment that concluded that Mr. Putin ordered an influence campaign that “aspired to help” Mr. Trump’s electoral chances by damaging Mrs. Clinton’s.” Call me naive, but as the ‘crown material’ was oozing out into the sunlight prior to election day in 2016, I said many times it never passed a rudimentary sniff test. I never quite understood why no one else smelled it. Putin had already bought Hilary von Pantsuit via the Crime Family Foundation, pocketed a bunch of the national uranium reserve, and Bill was doing his speechifyin’ grift in Moscow for big bucks– why would Putin boost arch-plutocrat DJT over his already bought and paid for candidate? It just made no basic sense then, or now.

    • gary says:

      no one else smelled it? i’d beg to differ.

      • namberak says:

        I’d edit that a bit to ‘almost no one’. I know one thing’s for sure– if you proposed that theory in a comments section prior to election day, the Dowager Empress’ trolls would be on you like the proverbial duck on a june bug.

  51. gary says:

    listening to dagen mcdowell say that durham is only conducting a review with no power to call witnesses is a bummer. now we know why trump sent rudy into the ukraine. he must be trying to force things. wouldn’t it be ironic if the newly elected ukraine president brought down the democrats and brennan.it surely looks like all roads lead to ukraine.

  52. TwoLaine says:

    It’s awful funny that he doesn’t know where the Steel Dossier came from. Any good DIM would know the Rs started it! 😉

  53. rebelinme2 says:

    While they were setting up this narrative, Obama gave safe passage to his Russian comrades back to Russia to keep them out of the fray. Putin didn’t strike back because it was a favor, not because he was being generous in taking the high road. I don’t think Putin was pleased with the DNC turning on him by portraying it was Russian interference when the DNC was inventing the Steele Dossier and pretending to be Russians online to influence the elections. Clearly, the DNC extorted Russia skillfully and garnered great wealth from it, and then threw Putin under the bus.

  54. Mist'ears Mom says:

    WTH…that ICA document reads like KiLIARy wrote it herself with the help of Strok. Give me a break. Someone needs to go through it and highlight every time the words “probably, possible, and most likely” appear.
    These so called “judgements of likelihood” – judgements of who’s likelihood?
    Then you have the “we assess” based on a “probability” chart they came up with-what horse manure this is.
    That chart on page 13 of the doc/pg 23 of the whole doc with the explanations of probability is a joke. Who would believe this thing?
    It appears anything Russia does or says was an attempt to NOT get the most qualified intelligent worthy first woman ever-elected. Bcz, you know every poll, news outlet & media pundit had her winning by a landslide. Her loss has to be blamed on Russia-I want to know where’s the beef? i.e. proof.

  55. […] was co-authored from the CIA by Strzok…. and Strzok immediately used that EC to travel to London to debrief intelligence officials around Australian Ambassador to the U.K. Alexander […]

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