Senator Grassley Tweets Warning About FISA Investigation – Holds Unique Perspective on Deep State Motives for a Cover-Up…

U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley sent a forboding tweet a few days ago outlining the possibility of the FISA investigation would result in a “deep six” cover-up.

Grassley has a unique perspective on a very specific element to the construct of the FISA application, and the political use therein, that most have forgotten.  Back in 2018 when Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Grassley was hot on the trail of a very specific individual that has had almost no attention since. The election clock ran out on Grassley; the mid-terms took place; and Grassley was never able to get to his target.

The background to this tweet needs a little context {GO DEEP} and surrounds two individuals who have NOT been identified as being questioned by either IG Michael Horowitz or U.S. Attorney John Durham.

Those two individuals are: Daniel Jones, former lead staffer for former SSCI Vice-Chair Dianne Feinstein; and a lawyer for Christopher Steele named Adam Waldman.

In late 2018, at the same time when the DOJ was initiating a cover-up to protect SSCI leaker James Wolfe, Adam Waldman was a specific person of interest for Chairman Grassley as his action related to the construction of the Steele Dossier and the eventual use of the dossier in gaining a FISA Title-1 surveillance warrant.

Without trying to repeat too much prior research, the gist of the FISA issue surrounded activity that was taking place in March through May 2017.

In the spring of 2017 the FBI was using DOJ official Bruce Ohr as a conduit to Christopher Steele.  At the same time Senator Mark Warner -having replaced Feinstein on the SSCI- was using Adam Waldman as a conduit to Christopher Steele.  The purposes of both sets of engagement were identical, all of the people constructing the operations against President Trump needed to be sure that Steele was going to stay solid with the team message.

By March 2017 the goal was to initiate and continue the investigation of President Trump under the fraudulent pretense of collusion with Russia.  The FBI and DOJ ‘small group’ were still carrying out their 2016 operation and preparing to hand it off to a special counsel.   The investigation itself needed the appearance of validity and Chris Steele’s dossier was a central component of the “Russia Collusion-Conspiracy” narrative.

The DOJ, FBI, CIA and ODNI knew the provenance of the dossier was sketchy at best.  After the election direct contact with Chris Steele, while the possibility of the evidence being exposed as political opposition research, was impossible.  This is why Bruce Ohr and Adam Waldman were used as intermediaries by the FBI and Mark Warner respectively.

♦ Chris Steele remaining authentic to the claims in the dossier was a paramount concern.  If Steele backed-away or admitted publicly the dossier information was nothing more than an assembly of Fusion-GPS inspired opposition research, the framework for the Russian conspiracy would collapse.

SSCI Vice-Chairman Mark Warner was the allied member of the group in congress.  The House was under republican control (Chairman Nunes) and the Senate Intelligence Committee (Vice-Chair Warner) was more purposeful for the primary role of supporting the Russian conspiracy story as outlined within the dossier.

Fusion-GPS was pushing the narrative through sources and contacts within mainstream news.  The FBI, DOJ and Intelligence Community, writ large, were leaking to their allies in media to build upon the same narrative.

Simultaneously FBI Director James Comey was keeping notes of all interactions he was having with the target, President Trump. Multiple people and interests were all working on the same goal, diminish President Trump through the fraudulent auspices of the Russia-Collusion-Conspiracy investigation and narrative.

♦ By March 2017 the need to push more Russia-conspiracy fuel into the media bloodstream was critical.

On March 17th, 2017, Senator Mark Warner -under the auspices of the Senate Intelligence Committee investigation- requested the copy of the FISA application, used against U.S. person Carter Page, that contained the dossier as source material and evidence.  The ODNI, Dan Coats, gave the written document to SSCI Security Director James Wolfe to deliver and return; albeit with a hidden leak detector as the October 21st 2016 origination date was modified.

When the FISA application arrived at the Senate SCIF, Senator Mark Warner told SSCI Security Director James Wolfe to leak the content of that application (original and one renewal) to the media.   James Wolfe took pictures of the 82 pages and sent them via a secured AP to Buzzfeed reporter Ali Watkins.

This leak would provide more fuel for the narrative as it showed there was an official investigative basis for the use of the dossier.

After Warner and Wolfe leaked the FISA application, Warner then turned back to contacts with Adam Waldman the lawyer for Chris Steele.  It was now more important than ever that Chris Steele lay low, stick to the original script of his authorship and not provide any comments that would undermine the media’s use of the FISA application in a series of dozens of stories throughout late March and April 2017.

As highlighted by text messages from Adam Waldman to Senator Mark Warner, Chris Steele was subsequently “under a lot of duress“.

The intentional leaking of the FISA application now put Steele in a very stressful position; the FBI had used political opposition research to gain a FISA court warrant, the media was reporting on it, and Chris Steele’s intelligence reputation was part of the narrative.

Dianne Feinstein’s former staffer Daniel Jones was in communication with Glenn Simpson at Fusion-GPS and Adam Waldman representing Christopher Steele.  Multiple left-wing entities had given Dan Jones $50,000,000 to pay Simpson and Steele to continue the effort and retain the premise.  In essence, Dan Jones was the bag-man for the pay-offs.

Payments made to Glenn Simpson would be used to keep fueling the media story, bolster reporting of the FBI investigation and further build the Russia narrative.   All of this was predicated on Chris Steele maintaining the story that his dossier was an official intelligence product.  As a consequence Daniel Jones also paid Adam Waldman and Chris Steele for their ongoing support.

Throughout this period in 2017 Daniel Jones was the bag-man traveling between Glenn Simpson, Adam Waldman and his prior work contact on the SSCI, Senator Mark Warner.

This was the trail Senator Grassley was following in late 2018.  Senator Grassley knew Waldman and Jones were the keys to unraveling the sketchy construct of the dossier and how it was purposefully used in the FISA application.  Essentially the FISA application is built upon political opposition research passed-off as intelligence.  That’s the primary FISA issue.

What Senator Grassley is signaling now, is how the IG’s reach is limited.  While it has been reported that IG Horowitz has interviewed Chris Steele, the IG has likely never interviewed Adam Waldman (Steele’s lawyer) or Daniel Jones, the bag-man.

Additionally, Grassley is most certainly aware that Senator Mark Warner used SSCI Security Director James Wolfe to leak the FISA application to media; and Grassley watched as the DOJ covered that up to protect the SSCI.

After his arrest for leaking classified documents, SSCI Security Director James Wolfe threatened to subpoena Senators on the Senate Intelligence Committee (July 27, 2018) for his defense.  The DOJ (Rod Rosenstein authorizing) quickly cut a deal with Wolfe and dropped the charges down to a single charge of lying to investigators. {Go Deep}

Immediately following that transparent DOJ cover-up, in August 2018, while he was Judiciary Committee Chairman, Chuck Grassley requested testimony from Mr. Adam Waldman, surrounding his contacts and engagements with Christopher Steele, DOJ/FBI officials, and contacts with Mark Warner to undermine and remove President Donald Trump.

Grassley knew in 2018 the key to the corrupt use of the FISA construct was the Steele Dossier; and Grassley also knew the sketchy people behind the dossiers’ use were Adam Waldman and Daniel Jones.

From Adam Waldman and Dan Jones all of the connections with the dossier participants become visible.  Those middle-men connect to Glenn Simpson, Chris Steele, Bruce Ohr, Mark Warner and the FBI officials utilizing the dossier in their political investigation. It is highly likely those middle-men would also connect to the participants in the Weissmann and Mueller investigation.

In a response letter released August 17th, 2018, (full pdf) lawyers representing Mr. Waldman told Senator Chuck Grassley their client was “out of the country and not expected to return for several weeks.” SEE BELOW:

However, as we noted at the time, this was a lie.

Internet researcher/investigator almostjingo noticed that Mr. Waldman’s wife Barbara Sturm posted an instagram picture August 22nd, 2018, showing them dining with friends in New York.

(Link) Barbara Sturm second from left, husband Adam Waldman far right.

The letter from Mr. Waldman’s lawyers to Chuck Grassley was intentionally false and simply an effort to avoid giving testimony to congress.  Adam Waldman could not be “out of the country for several weeks” and simultaneously having dinner in New York.


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334 Responses to Senator Grassley Tweets Warning About FISA Investigation – Holds Unique Perspective on Deep State Motives for a Cover-Up…

  1. So what’s going to happen?


    • fishon2016 says:

      Nothing sorry to say there all in on it dirty as hell.


    • Louisiana Tea Rose says:

      Waldman and Jones probably are seeing Durham in the rearview.

      He’s bringing his “smiling” face.

      Liked by 1 person

    • De Oppresso Liber says:

      Remember that Steele has been interviewed by both Horowitz and Durham, although I cannot guess what significance, if any, that may imply, but I suppose that as well-connected, deeply entrenched, and of course, aided and abetted by the criminally complicit media estate as these traitors are, there is no way we can realistically expect all of the evil bastards to face justice. Some of them will escape justice, and perhaps even some of the most deserving of severe punishment.

      But, with the recent revelations of Barr & Durham travelling to Italy, the UK, and Australia, speaking to Prof. Mifsud’s attorney (if not Mifsud himself), and also recovering two Blackberry devices supposedly belonging to Mifsud, along with their accompanying data (a Mifsud insurance policy of his own?), I am buoyed with renewed confidence that AG Barr’s investigation will yield significant results.

      Mifsud has publicly stated that he is in hiding, as he is understandably in fear of his life. It cannot be much of a stretch to assume he would very much like to make a deal with AG William Barr.

      I’m not completely sold on Grassley. I used to feel more confident in his motives, but he has certainly disappeared from the battlefield, so to speak, until his recent comments about the delays on the IG Report.

      FBI Director Wray has been reportedly “not very cooperative at all” in the IG Report declassification process.

      Less than two weeks ago, Mitch McConnell stated that the house democrats were out of control, and that impeachment was dead on arrival at the senate. What has changed in the last two weeks, for McConnell to send President Trump a not-so-veiled-threat that if he doesn’t reverse course on Syria…..? Now, he is supposedly discussing impeachment procedures with the repulsive Chuck Schumer, and apparently with no regard whatsoever for the will of the republican voter.

      Is it possible we are seeing the final full court press by the deep state? If the IG Report exposes the FBI/DOJ corruption, and the SSCI’s involvement in particular, don’t be surprised to learn that McConnell is getting hammered from all sides by panicked, desperate senators, as well as his Chicom papa san-in-law, and Donohoe at the USCoC to (also) DO SOMETHING — OR ELSE!

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      • FrankieZee says:

        Still wondering what touched off Trump to have him say that Rinos were Human Scum today. Sounds like to me that something MAJOR is coming and he is getting the public ready for it. And why today did the Freedom caucus members and other Republicans storm the meeting Shit for Brains was having?

        Liked by 6 people

        • De Oppresso Liber says:

          The sheer panic and desperation on the part of the America haters is very telling; something has definitely got them going for broke now!

          With Barr & Durham getting Mifsud’s two blackberries (and him probably making a deal), and with the DOJ getting the Crowdstrike info from Ukraine, both Brennan and Clapper being interviewed by Durham……..yeah, it’s about to get good now.

          Liked by 2 people

        • Roni says:

          Maybe he knows he’ll be impeached and not certain how the Senate RINOs will vote.
          And he’s likely getting worn down by all the crap he has to deal with every minute, every day.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Issy says:

          Interesting no one paying much attention to this. He has played nice with them. I guess he finally just said to heck with it and is forcing them to choose a side. I don’t know if this is good or bad but it’s time to end this charade.


  2. For Eyes says:

    Yeah, they lied.

    Hillary called the tune when she said “what difference does it make.”

    That’s still their attitude

    Liked by 5 people

  3. screwauger says:

    Thanks SD. Saw this tweet at about the same time I began to see the Uniparty coalescing around impeachment. Appreciate the details and brotherhood you provide.

    Liked by 10 people

  4. WES says:

    Sadly this shows the deep state is still very much in control of events.

    We are still losing many battles but hopefully we will win the war.

    Liked by 4 people

  5. KE Thompson says:

    Well, Hollywood is planning on making a hero out of Dan Jones. Soon to be released motion picture starring Adam Driver as Dan Jones and Annette Bening as Diane Feinstein called The Report where it is reported to “…draws on a dark chapter in American history to offer a sober, gripping account of one public servant’s crusade for accountability.”. OH PLEESE…just in time to make the public think Dan Jones is a moral crusader.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. lieutenantm says:

    Horowitx needs a blow torch applied to his ass.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Bryan Alexander says:

      Horowitz, like all Inspector Generals in the government, is an Internal Watchdog – He only has power to compel testimony from those employed by the DoJ. And, he is NOT a prosecutor. He can only write referrals to a US Attorney for prosecution.


  7. WSB says:

    Twitter Warriors should tweet these two names to the President, Grassly and the 30 House Gaetz Keepers.



    Liked by 7 people

  8. Sentient says:

    I never trusted Obama holdover Horowitz. We’ll see about Barr.

    Liked by 5 people

  9. coolmamie says:

    I am not hopeful. President Trump’s approval has dropped 5 points on Rassmussen since last week. I feel a bad vibe in the air.

    Can or cannot Trump declassify and release anything he wants?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Guffman says:

      Don’t believe the polls.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Lester Smith says:

        Over sampling most pools are dem heavy. Most do not dig into the nuts and bolts of how poles are formulated, demographics methodology used. Leading pole questions and so on. Next time read how a pole was put together. Poles are not meant to inform but rather to persuade. I’m a pscycholigst it’s all deception and perception baby.

        Liked by 5 people

        • Lester Smith says:

          Sorry polls not pools or poles phone has mind of its own sorry.


        • Lester Smith says:

          Sorry polls not pools or poles phone has mind of its own sorry.


        • coolmamie says:

          Rasmussen is the only one that samples likely voters with the same questions on a daily basis for years. It has shown Trump between 45 and 50% consistently, with an occasional and fleeting 51 or 52%. Compares with identical time in administration for Obama and consistently has Trump 4-7% over Obama at same point.

          Today Trump is at 44% and only 1% over Obama.


    • 1riot1ranger says:

      Approval ratings go up and down. His is roughly tracking Obama’s for a similar period of time if you will look closely at the Rasmussen approval page. His has been above Obama’s mostly lately. It’s where you end up in November that counts.

      Liked by 1 person

    • fanbeav says:

      Besides the media is doing everything they can to discourage President Trump supporters. I felt this way all the while the Mueller investigation was going on. Roger Stone Raids, Manafort in jail. Now secret impeachment by dems in the House.


      • rayvandune says:

        I may have missed it (certainly would not be covered by the MSM), but I think PDJT could help his supporters quite a bit with a pep talk or two! None of us have the rock-ribbed constitution he has that lets him power through conflict and backstabbing like he does. We mortals need some reassurance from time to time. In addition to calling out the bastards and their treatment of him, he should frequently regale us with what he’s going to do to them, slowly, once they are convicted!


    • Ron Jaeger says:

      The best poll is Trump’s rally sizes. That tells the real deal.

      Liked by 2 people

    • RedBallExpress says:

      President Trump approval polls will decline roughly 5% a week for the next 52 weeks.

      Liked by 1 person

  10. John says:

    Keep your eye on the clock, it’s happening right now. tic toc, tic toc, tic toc…….


  11. Athena the Warrior says:

    Honestly, I’m not so sure I trust Grassley either. Supposedly Horowitz traveled to London and interviewed Christopher Steele when President Trump was there. Because of this and Steele talking, the IG Report has been delayed.

    We shall see.

    Liked by 1 person

    • WeThePeople2016 says:

      I don’t either. Where was Grassley when it was discovered that DiFi had a Chinese spy working for her for many years? Where was Grassley when DiFi released classified documents? Where was Grassley when DiFi was instrumental in the near take down of Justice Kavanaugh? That’s right – crickets.

      Liked by 11 people

    • Baby El says:

      And remember… it only takes one Senator to create the conditions necessary for a recess appointment. Even those on our VSG’s team are only ‘Sometimes Team Mates’ other times, they sleep with the enemy.

      Chuck is a 95% Ally!!

      Liked by 5 people

  12. Skeeball says:

    Do you see any Democrats talking about the IG report like they’re worried?

    It’s going to be a bust.


    • L4grasshopper says:

      Don’t see them talking about it at all…….which is a tell that they are in a panic.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Lester Smith says:

      The dems and deep state are trying like hell to steer the narrative. Keep focus away from Barr and Durham OIG report will most likely be released around Thanksgiving. People to busy to absorb its meaning. Also IC goes threw and has aay what is exposed and CYA will cover up most damaging parts. Barr and Durham report is the one to watch. We must keep our eyes on the prize.


    • JL says:

      They’re not worried about it, because most of them are unaware of it.

      Their betters have decided everyone will be more comfortable if they’re kept in the dark. If we only consumed left wing media, we wouldn’t be aware of it as a thing either.


  13. 1riot1ranger says:

    Actually calling Warner out, in black and white. No riddles, straight up TREASON

    Liked by 2 people

  14. Roni says:

    That photo surfaced in August. Why didn’t Grassley immediately subpoena Waldman’s attorney?

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Dan Slowikowski says:

    “The ODNI, James Clapper, gave the written document to SSCI Security Director James Wolfe to deliver and return.”

    Clapper was gone at this time.

    ODNI at the time was Dan Coats I think.

    Good insights otherwise.

    Stay on the trail.

    Sundance – Thanks for all you do.

    Liked by 1 person

  16. ristvan says:

    Grassley is showing his age and hence subsequent ignorance. Lets go over the basics yet again.

    PDJT said NEVER AGAIN concerning Spygate. That promise is only kept if there are perp walks and convictions.

    PDJT’s chosen instrument is AG Barr. We know that because of his publicly conferred declass power. NOT for us, for Durham grand juries.

    We know from Barr congressional testimony that he knows there was spying on PDJT, the only question being whether adequately justified. He is pursuing that question on two tracks:
    1. Horowitz FISA abuse, where he already has Nunes criminal referrals. When Horowitz agrees, is done. At least Comey and Yates down.
    2. Durham EC predicate. And now we know via Ms. Powell that Barr and Durham went to Italy, got the Mifsud deposition, and got both his cellphones using UK SIM cards. Mifsud was western intelligence, not Russian as Mueller report said. Leads to MI6 leads to improper EC predicate. Game over. t least Brennan and Clapper also down.

    This all starts VERY soon. Hence Dem frantic antics.

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  17. Niagara Frontier says:

    Where’s a journalist like Jack Anderson when you need one? [He took on the likes of Herbert Hoover, the Kennedy’s, the CIA and had the scars to prove it.]

    If we had some real investigative journalists with enough muscle to bring these stories to the front pages of every major newspaper in the United States and around the world, this crap would end, and these SOB’s would be behind bars in a heartbeat.

    Without a compliant press, none of this would be possible.

    Liked by 9 people

  18. coolmamie says:

    Does Barr have ultimate control of redactions in IG FISA report?


  19. gda53 says:

    Well, since Durham has what Horowitz has, plus much, much more, guess they’ll have to silence him plus Barr as well.

    Not saying it can’t be done, but seems a bit far-fetched. Especially given the expansion of the Durham probe. Which points in the exact opposite direction. Unless this is just further misdirection?

    Perhaps it was just an innocent poke at Horowitz by Chuck? “Get on with it, Mike!”


  20. Beau Geste says:

    Apparently Carter Page and Julian Assange have not been interviewed, either, despite willingness.

    Is it possible that Jones and waldman have long been CIA assets? The CIA identifies capabable people young, then assists their career into “useful” places. As does any organization that expects to be perpetual

    Liked by 2 people

    • L4grasshopper says:

      Interviewed by who?

      Liked by 1 person

      • Beau Geste says:

        horowitz. A supersleuth who does not look at the central evidence, from page and assange who contradict the clinton/cia/fbi narrative that page is a russian spy, and assange got the email from russia.

        Liked by 1 person

    • Zimbalistjunior says:

      Jones made his name through a critical report on cia torture of prisoners. So probably not a spook. Then again with these nuts who knows.

      Waldman just seems like a douche lawyer. But then again see above caveat.

      Your CIA spooks to be followed these days probably include Tulsi Beto and maybe Buttigeg. They fit the bill. Check their personal histories and compare to Obama’s. Also look into cults Jim Jones and congresswoman spiers. Lots of fun stuff to ruminate.


  21. Ellis says:

    I have seen this and understand, but what is the point of Grassley’s text? Why doesn’t he just interview these guys now? What am I missing? It sounds like Grassley wants to do the right thing, so why not do it? If not him what about Durham?


  22. ALEX says:

    Shame Senator Grassely just stopped.

    Senate Judiciary or even Foreign Relations could be interviewing every single person going in front of Schiff and his hatchet men for cross examination, while working with White House. I see no reason they re not continuing this work Sundance outlined above.

    The republicans are just small ball players. What’s new though

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  23. islandpalmtrees says:

    This is one of the times that President Trump needs to step-in and especially considering the clear involvement of the IC. I would like to suggest Mr. President a unilateral decision – I’m releasing the FISA abuse report without redaction now.


  24. meadowlarkspring says:

    If a Senator told an underling to leak the Carter Page FISA document, is that a covert propaganda op by the Senator that told the underling to leak it? The Senator and underling are both government intelligence related people.

    (might as well use Asha’s analysis….)


    The 1991 Intelligence Authorization Act prohibits the U.S. government from using covert actions — which include propaganda — to “influence United States political processes, public opinion, policies, or media.”



    These activities pose a national security threat because, in an open society and a free marketplace of ideas, it is essential that people know the true source of information in order to assess credibility and critically evaluate its content — especially when they are exercising fundamental rights, like voting, based on it. Russia’s perception management campaign in the 2016 election is what led special counsel Robert Mueller to indict 13 Russian nationals and three Russian companies for spreading misinformation on social media while posing as American groups and citizens.


    Liked by 1 person

    • Ringelnatz says:

      “Covert action” = Comey’s briefing of Trump on the dossier, while knowing but not revealing its provenance, then leaking the briefing to provide the “news hook” for the press.

      Liked by 2 people

  25. It is my understanding ( and I might be wrong) that the IG can only interview govt employees. That would exclude Assange; if Page is an “asset” not sure that equates to “employee”. Same for Jones and Waldman. They certainly could be called to testify before Congress though.

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  26. Paul Strauss says:

    The country can’t survive the cover-up of crimes of this magnitude. They go down, or the country does. The problem with lifers like Barr, Durham, Horowitz and all the rest of them is that they lack the capacity to imagine a scenario as outrageous as the delegitimization of the United States government in and instant and its overnight collapse. But that’s where we’re headed.

    These people don’t go down- the bottom line is that nobody is beholden to this government for anything. We may all simply do whatever we can get away with.

    Liked by 4 people

  27. TradeBait says:

    It’s all still the same until it isn’t. Getting tired of their assumption of us being stupid. Really tired.

    Liked by 3 people

  28. islandpalmtrees says:

    Considering the ” Big Ugly” has started, then is not time to take off the gloves? Why should we care about what the opinion of the IC is?

    Liked by 1 person

  29. hokkoda says:

    This is war. POTUS should simply tell Barr to hand him a soft copy of the full unredacted report and post it in the WH website. Problem solved. The deep state operates on the predicate that they can paralyze you with bureaucratic rules. Just sign an executive order stating that the national interest is served by 100% transparency. Then spank Pelosi/Schiff publicly that this is how you get to the bottom of things, not secret meetings where you leak anything that sounds bad to the media.

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  30. ALEX says:

    Yes. The IG is only for the Justice Department. It should give Durham valuable information and we shouldn’t forget all of the interviews the republicans conducted

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  31. Lynn Paul says:


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  32. ChampagneReady says:

    But the point is it doesn’t matter what is redacted–DURHAM knows every single word that is in that report and he is ripping into this “small group” like a wrecking ball.

    We may be unable to know what is under some of those black marks, but as long as John Durham knows that’s all I care about. We will eventually find out through the indictments.

    Durham is the one who has the subpoena power. Durham is the one who can convene the grand jury, not Horowitz. I don’t care if I don’t immediately know precisely how the sausage was made or what evidence was withheld from us to put these dirtballs in penitentiaries, just as LONG AS THEY GET THERE.

    And I don’t think Mr. Durham or Barr is going to fail us there !

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      I hope not! I found it foreboding yet hopeful when Barr said “We’re all gonna die”, something like that.

      How will we be able to tell that it has gone from an investigation to a criminal investigation?

      How will we know when subpoenas are filed? Can they be secret? Could Durham’s investigators be getting subpoenas of bank records on the down low (secret)?


    • Perot Conservative says:

      P.S. What I meant to spell out was, a) he seems to know he’s in potentially dangerous waters, b) he seems to tell us he doesn’t care (if he can save our republic), and c) he also tells his adversaries and Patriots how serious he is.


      • ChampagneReady says:

        There was a very little noticed statement in his confirmation hearing.

        He said people come to me and say they aspire to my level of recognition and ask how I did it. He said (paraphrasing) I tell them not to seek the top levels of government because you MAKE ENEMIES and somebody is always trying to take you down.

        Then he said, but I’m too old to worry about that anymore, I don’t care who likes what I do. I am going to administer justice and prosecute wrongdoers no matter WHO they are or which party.

        I knew right then and there, this is the guy we need and he is going to rock Washington. And rock it, he is.

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  33. Skidroe says:

    Graham is the real traitor. He reminds me of Paul Ryan. We must get Trump re-elected and I think all heck will break lose during his second term. The swamp is much wider and deeper than even Pres. Trump thought but we all know he loves the challenge and keeps his promises. Re-elect him and the swamp will be drained. If he is not gone before the election I also think Wray will be fired within the first 3 days. That’s when the big ugly will really begin. Let the Dem’s cheat and elect one of their own and America will be lost forever.

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  34. Because of the above, and because many/most Members if Congress (like members of the Media—same thing)are insecure, self-absorbed, unprincipled cowards they are easily influenced by perceived shame, opinion, self-preservation. This fact, and the fact that many of them are guilty of themselves participating or condoning criminal behaviors since 2015 make them vulnerable. Conservative media, and the few courageous conservatives in Congres#, need to go on a Offense and relentlessly shine the light of Truth on these members.(Republicans ALWAYS play defense, ceding the offense and responding to the Democrat premise, questions, accusations). Publicly put them on the defensive. Call them out. Start with the Go8–past (e.g. Paul Ryan, Diane Feinstein) and present. As Sundance was first to point out, start with the leadership of the corrupt SSCI, Burr and Warner. The fact that the conservative media is publicly and factually call out both Dems and Republicans will make it all the more effective. Accuse them of corruption and obstruction of justice. Accuse them of a prevent defense (or offense) solely to preempt what they know is coming from Durham.

    All the above applies to media figures. Let Barr and Durham and Horowitz attend to the usual suspects. Onservative media needs to focus on coconspirators in Congres# and the a Media. But it must be personal and unrelenting and it is long overdue.

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  35. islandpalmtrees says:

    Start dumping documents that gives them no place to hide right? Here are all the documents on Hillary, Comey, etc. without redaction. If you were a fire fighter, you mite call this is a backfire. If your house is burning how concerned are you going to be about a little things like impeachment.

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  36. foodog says:

    Great work Sundance. Dan Jones and Adam Waldman were red flags from the beginning- that they have NOT yet been investigated is a red flag in itself, and speaks volumes about Rod Rosenstein and Chris Wrays leadership, or lack of it.

    Lets hope Barr and Durham are on it.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      And Dan Jones is tied to … Dianne Feinstein (and her uber wealthy husband).

      BTW, not only did Feinstein and Blum go to China… I believe her husband had a prominent role at the University of California. Board of Directors?

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  37. Perot Conservative says:

    OK, two big changes here in the evolving narrative?

    1. First time, I believe, Sundance has asserted Mark Warner directed Wolfe to leak. I believe he has hinted before, but not a direct claim.

    2. Sundance appears to have accepted my detailed exposition and hypothesis of a few days ago that $50 Million doesn’t sound like research monies – it sounds, smells, and reeks of PAYOFF monies.

    One other little item

    Why hasn’t Carter Page been interviewed? CIA?

    Liked by 4 people

    • 1riot1ranger says:

      That’s exactly what I noticed. SD is not known to talk bullshit. These are the equivalent of “fighting words.” We’re starting to connect the dots in a direct, simplistic way that people can understand.

      Liked by 1 person

    • JL says:

      To be honest, what useful information is there to be gotten from Carter Page? He wasn’t involved in anything. He wasn’t a witting player in Spygate. I suppose he had a run-in with Stephan Halper. That’s about all I can think of.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Zorro says:

      50 million is more the the Herr Mueller/Weissmann cost. Enough for continued operations and payoffs. BTW- Any news on the donors of the 50 million? CA high tech perhaps?

      Liked by 1 person

  38. Skidroe says:

    That damn swamp is deeper than any of us thought. We haven’t broke through the 1st layer yet. Talk about a uniparty! WOW! 99% of DC is part of the swamp.

    Liked by 3 people

    • islandpalmtrees says:

      Sudance has made it clear that the uniparty is international. I don’t pretend to understand it all, but this is Huge.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Issy says:

        Internationally it is globalism. The Uniparty in the U.S. congress is the mechanism used to advance it here, It’s also one of the many ways our congresspersons become multi-millionaires.

        One of the many things I would like to see come out of all this upheaval is the destruction of the party systems in the states that have kept the Uniparty system in place. Why we have a few people deciding who we are allowed to vote for is absurd.

        People do not understand how these private, non-governmental systems work and how corrupt they are. We have to start at the local level if things are ever going to change.


  39. islandpalmtrees says:

    “Additionally, Grassley is most certainly aware that Senator Mark Warner used SSCI Security Director James Wolfe to leak the FISA application to media; and Grassley watched as the DOJ covered that up to protect the SSCI.”

    Why not release all of the surrounding documents, without redaction? And, not say a word to the SSCI.


  40. Right to reply says:

    North Korea, Russia, Iran etc must be laughing their asses off. Trump needs to declassify, WE can’t allow them to bury it. What if we all printed Sundances articles, or just one of them, and mailed a few, left them in supermarket trolleys etc?

    Liked by 3 people

    • islandpalmtrees says:

      How about the online conservative news outlets unite. Think of it, The “Federation of United Conservative News Broadcasters”. Much stronger together than apart!


  41. Guffman says:

    When Trump uses the term ‘human scum’ like he did today, there’s some deep $hit going on. He’s not just talking about senators not supporting him, he’s got to be talking about something FAR more sinister. Something BIG is brewing – that I can tell you!

    Liked by 12 people

  42. Rgt says:

    Is Grassley impotent? Whining that nothing may happen? Well do something about it! I don’t understand how these “powerful” people seem so weak and ineffectual. I’m a nobody, but piss me off with blatant injustice I’m more than willing to “embarrass” myself by being blunt and to the point as to what I see is going on. Everything can be factored down to simple right or wrong without the weasel words used by those who aim to obfuscate their culpability. What I love about Trump is he is blunt and gets to the core problem. I’m sure it is why he is hated by the elites who like to blow smoke up the asses of rubes like me. Well I’ve learned from Trump how to break thru the high minded pile of crap they spew and get to the facts. I’ve used this technique since recognizing it in Trump and it has made my life more enjoyable and effective. I don’t care if those I may roast like me or not, that is the first thing you have to embrace.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Issy says:

      I agree with you completely about Grassley and the many others in congress who are so outraged about the way things are done but do nothing but whine about it. I think it may have something to do with the rule saying you should not disparage your colleagues.

      You know how they talk about their dear friends and colleagues. My favorite is referring to Maxine Waters as the Gentlelady from California.


  43. giveadamn says:

    Citizens’ Arrests–ALL.OF.THEM. That’s the beauty of a Federal System. One level collapses, but two others remain. We’ll be fine and, on our way to national rebirth.


  44. I believe the DNI on March 17, 2017 was Dan Coats (not James Clapper), and probably one of the main roadblocks to declassification.

    Liked by 1 person

    • JL says:

      Dan Coats was confirmed on March 16, 2017.

      I highly doubt that he did this on the first day he possibly could have been on the job. More likely it was handled by Acting Director, Mike Dempsey.

      Although, given Coats’ recent reputation, I wouldn’t be surprised if it was waiting for him on his desk, with a big pink bow, for his first task as DNI.

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  45. Mike Van says:

    In my later years in life I’ve tried VERY hard not to hate people. I try to see their side and be understanding. But i see what’s going on thanks to sundance and a few other patriotsand i cant help it…I HATE THESE PEOPLE!!!!!

    Liked by 3 people

  46. wightmanfarm says:

    The last word was left off the Grassley tweet. It was .. “whew”.

    Liked by 1 person

  47. clulessgrandpa says:

    Did anyone read this? It sure would explain a lot to me, if true. Anyone have thoughts that was why Obama and Hillary were running arms from Benghazi to Syria? And why Obama’s redline was never enforced? Interesting read.

    Liked by 2 people

  48. Bogeyfree says:

    I hope Barr and Durham are getting copies of these threads in their inbox just in case they haven’t spoken to all the players yet.

    Liked by 9 people

    • stripmallgrackle says:

      Barr and Durham have it all, and then some. I suspect this is why the recent messaging from the media coverage of The Phone Call and its related activities in the National Drama Class being run by Professor Pelosi have triggered something of a sinking feeling among the informed. The narrative plays on our doubts that any of this will be exposed in a court of law.

      Stand strong. Stand fearless. It’s always darkest before the dawn.

      And remember, the real panic started when the cabal figured out that Trump has been running a real investigation that parallels any official investigations that might end up ‘deep six’.

      From Stu Cvrk at RedState today:

      Liked by 23 people

      • Pale rider says:

        Very good article.

        Liked by 9 people

      • FrankieZee says:

        That article was eye opening. Maybe this is why Trump came out today and called the Rinos “Human Scum”. He probably knows Mittens is involved in all of this. Now we know why Mittens folded like a cheap suit to Odumbo. Pray for POTUS and hope he has some serious personal security around him.

        Liked by 15 people

        • Doug Amos says:

          Absolute confirmation of the charade occurred when at the debate, the very next day after Benghazi, Romney never referred to the incident and never challenged Obama on his explanation of what had happened less than 24 hours before. That was the moment it became unquestionably apparent the fix was in on the 2012 election. Romney’s record speaks for itself but the day after the debate Limbaugh came on the air and extolled what Romney had done; referring to it as “sheer genius”! Everyone is free to draw their own conclusions but personally, they are all, left or supposedly right, nothing more than highly paid performers with very little skin in the game.

          Liked by 2 people

      • luke says:

        Good post 🙂

        Liked by 3 people

      • California Joe says:

        Deep sixed….you mean like Horowitz?

        Liked by 1 person

      • gnome says:

        Gripsmalltackle – romney may not be finished with politics but I can’t see any way politics isn’t finished with romney.

        Liked by 1 person

      • stripmallgrackle…YOU HAVE SAID A MOUTHFUL!!!!

        PDJT does not do things in a sloppy way!!! I believe he had this gamed EVEN BEFORE HE BECAME PRESIDENT and I believe that Rudi had a VERY DIRECT HAND in what was going on at the time and NOW.

        Rudy G needs this Nations’ gratitude…He is the lynch-pin in all of this. Because if Barr/Durham/Horowitz shirk their duties in getting the information out…Rudy will expose it ALL!!!!!!!


        Liked by 1 person

        • Paul Cowan Jr. says:

          “THEY” will not prosecute ! Rudy must be ready.

          Liked by 1 person

        • JC says:

          Stunning article. Most hair-raising and repulsive: makes all the sense in the world.

          Your 2nd paragraph is 100% accurate, imo, eagledriver50. Our brilliant Maverick President has been gathering information and proof of this deeply pervasive corruption his entire adult life. He has been strategizing and rehearsing this scenario years. He employs a hapless demeanor when needed, and I believe that is when he is most shrewd.

          This blatant evil perpetrated by so very many in power is heinous, but there is a Power infinitely stronger, to Whom we earnestly pray for justice and the protection of our President, his family and our country.

          Ephesians 6:12 (MEV)
          “For our fight is not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, and against spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places.“

          Liked by 1 person

      • Bogeyfree says:

        Interesting that this article came out Oct 8 and it was reported that for the past 2 weekends PT has not gone golfing.

        Also interesting in support of the article we has Rudy saying that he had already gotten his info from Ukraine back earlier in the year, March I think so maybe PT did have his own investigation going on all along.

        I wonder if all the Republicans in Congress have seen this article along with Solomon, Sara Carter, Judge Jeannie, Rush, Bongino and even Don Jr.

        Some sure interesting dot connecting that goes back a ways by this writer and opinion piece.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Bogeyfree says:

        I don’t tweet or Facebook but why wouldn’t this opinion piece be placed on thousands of threads or tweets so more folks might read and consider this writers opinion, as it covers a lot of elements for people to think about?


      • jdintx says:

        Excellent reading. Never read the Pickering Post before; are they a source that is reliable? Sorry, I’m not as well versed as many people here. I’m just trying to learn as much s I can


      • L. E. Joiner says:

        I would really like to see what Sundance thinks of this article, and the original ‘Pickering Post’ article here:

        Are the allegations about this Tofer Black guy true? Is Burisma really the nexus of Deep State corruption? When you think about Romney’s guy, Kerry’s stepson, and Pelosi’s son (?) all associated with them—not to mention the Atlantic Council’s connection with Hillary Clinton—it does begin to make sense.

        The author is quite explicit about the Deep State threat to President Trump’s life. He’s out in public so much that I worry, too. /LEJ


      • Fred Ohr says:

        Hey Strip,
        Thanks for that link. Not that I needed any more reasons to hate Mitty. It was fascinating.


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