Devin Nunes Discusses Origin of Protodossiers and Media Assistance for DOJ/FBI “Spygate” Effort…

HPSCI ranking member Devin Nunes discusses the new Lee Smith book “The Plot Against The President” and how Fusion-GPS used distribution of protodossiers to the media prior to the assembly by Fusion contractor Christopher Steele.

One of the more remarkable aspects to the political weaponization of the intelligence apparatus was the complicity of specific journalists and specific outlets to advance the Russian collusion-conspiracy narrative.

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132 Responses to Devin Nunes Discusses Origin of Protodossiers and Media Assistance for DOJ/FBI “Spygate” Effort…

  1. Sentient says:

    Isikoff still has no shame.

    Liked by 3 people

    • WhiteBoard says:

      Rumor is the whistleblower was already being reviewed (april 2019) and the july 25th act led to criminal investigation (Oct 2019)…

      more rope, more rope, more rope.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Scott says:

        Where did you hear/read this?


        • rondonmonson says:

          Look at the Grassly and Johnson letter to Barr/DOJ in April. They were speaking about some Strzok/Page texts that cited an CI Op named “Charlie” being placed into the White House to basically spy on Trump. Now look at the Article the other day by Paul Sperry, when he named the Whistle Blower he did something VERY ODD in articles, WATCH :thus is from his article below:

          Further, Ciaramella (pronounced char-a-MEL-ah) left his National Security Council posting in the White House’s West Wing in mid-2017 amid concerns about negative leaks to the media.

          Notice he emphasizes his name is pronounced CHAR A MELL AH………now does the text that mentions Charley as being the CI turn a light bulb on ?

          He was indeed a CI and Sen. Grassly and Johnson was on his tracks, they just didn’t know who he was yet, they only knew him by Charlie, but they wrote Barr and vented their concerns that the FBI/CIA {who ever Charley worked for, they was unsure} had a CI embedded in the White House.

          So this guy claiming to be a WB when he was more than likely already a Target is a joke.

          Liked by 6 people

      • I like your rumor……but remember, it is still just a rumor.

        Liked by 1 person

        • WhiteBoard says:

          im so desperate it is true … =]

          if not, we are screwed.

          Greg Jarett has been a good conduit so far =]

          Liked by 2 people

        • Orville R. Bacher says:

          If you have any of those sixth senses that let you smell a rat, or hear the drum beating before anyone else, then it was clear, right out of the gate, that Steele provided nothing more than his letterhead.
          A former UK spy that “hated” Trump? You know, right then and there, the Washington Deep (Shallow- they’ve outed themselves) State Mob is weaving a lie. And now that they’ve woven so many lies, their only out now is to brazenly declare themselves the “Good Guys”. And their Media Mob family Quislings are rushing their criminal, spindly legs to shore up the lie.


      • Newt Love says:

        more popcorn!

        Liked by 2 people

    • John says:

      Low life,scums have no shame.

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Tiffthis says:

    If we don’t get justice we are gonna live through 5 more years of this. I love the winning, hate the noise.

    Liked by 14 people

    • RobInPA says:

      Judge Jeanine basically just told Steve Scalise that the American people are sick and tired of spineless Republican’s not taking the fight to Demorats and why is it that you don’t.

      Instead of holding his feet to the fire and letting him answer she immediately changed the subject.

      She just another Fox News uniparty lemming.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Robert Smith says:

        I think Judge Jeanine does as much as she can. I would bet there are probably clear groundrules that we will never hear about in her contract.

        Liked by 11 people

      • rightmover says:

        Watch out there. I called out Devin Nunes the other day for his anti-Trump vote on the Syria withdrawal, and a flock of commenters descended on me calling me a “Rolcon” for daring to criticize Devin Nunes.
        They may do the same now that you have crossed Judge Jeannine.


      • Magabear says:

        If she were a lemming she would’ve never even said that at all to Scalise.

        You folks who demand 100% compliance with whatever you want from people will find yourself in a very lonely place.

        Liked by 5 people

      • hokkoda says:

        The “American People”, and apparently Judge Jeanine, have figured out yet that the GOP isn’t spineless. It’s that many of them are Government Party. Their loyalties are to the State, not to the public.

        That’s how you get 40+ Repubs retiring to throw the election to Democrats. It opened the door for impeachment…by design.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Zippy says:

          “Their loyalties are to the State, not to the public.”

          To one degree or another they ALL depend upon the campaign donations that put and keep them in office. -THAT- is a core problem. Another one is being specifically targeted by the Deep State if the get too “uppity.” Better have a squeaky clean life from age zero.


  3. tav144 says:

    “…complicity of specific journalists and specific outlets to advance the Russian collusion-conspiracy narrative.”


    Liked by 10 people

    • The Demon Slick says:

      Every story is something that they were paid to promote. Impossible burger! Free taco! Look at this innovative new company buy their stock! Or else it’s an opinion piece paid to promote a certain narrative. Vaping is deadly! MS13 is just teens with jobs! Stats show eat broccoli! All paid ads disguised as stories. All the time. Once you see it, you can’t unsee it.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Dee Paul Deje says:


  4. Carrie says:

    Did we ever get to see the complete list of the media players that Fusion GPS was paying? It was mentioned several times, but I don’t remember it being unredacted.

    Liked by 4 people

  5. “Protodossiers” … Stay tuned for much, much more!

    Liked by 4 people

    • WhiteBoard says:

      aka each piece of the lie , spit into parts to later being supporting info supporting each of themselves.

      Insurance plan flipped already. they are making Hillary announce to SOON – and she cannot campaign with her Health.

      Cant TRump the Trump.

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    • A2 says:

      One of those “proto-dossiers” was Sidney Blumenthal’s lengthy article on the Trump family published in the LRB in Feb. 2017.

      I posted it here in 2017, 2018, and again this year. It was the source for numerous MSM articles and fed into the Mueller investigation and most likely the crossfire hurricane.

      Clinton bagman, the Lunatic’s secret server unofficial foreign affairs confidant on classified info, and Cody Shearer coordinator of other dossiers.

      Liked by 10 people

      • Robert Smith says:



      • Jim in TN says:

        The concept here is that there were prior dossiers that were used to build the Steele Dossier.

        Haven’t read the book yet, and this doesn’t rule out Blumenthal as a contributor to Steele, but 2017 is too late. By Feb 2017, Steele’s Piss Dossier was all public. Comey’s briefing, Clapper’s leak of the briefing, had allowed the press to say it existed, which allowed other press to publish it. All before the President took office.


        • WhiteBoard says:

          “published” in feb 2017

          the better use of the ‘not yet published story solicited to a media outlet’ would be that surveillance would pick of a reporter talkign of it – that could be electronic communicated back to intel – fbi – contractor access.

          the key to all intel is CHATTER (recording of all devices with mic and audio capability and stored for future review – and based on the storage systems it gets recorded over)

          illegally reviewing CHATTER via subcontrator memo

          footnote 69 Collyler Report FISA – The improper access granted to the ___ contractors was apparently in place _____ ___ and seems to have been the result of deliberate decision making. ________ Compliance Report at 92-93 ____ access to FBI systems was the subject of an interagency memorandum of understantding entered into _____ ……”no notice of this practice was given to the FISC until 2016.

          the ABOUT legal loophole in the FISA law – means u can PUT IN A HEADLINE OSAMA – and spy on every reader that MENTIONED that ARTICLE to a person on a phone or by a tv, or near a computer.

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        • A2 says:

          Looking backwards, much of the information in the article maybe directly from Simpson, Ohr and the other person I don’t remember who were digging this stuff up before 2017.

          Also the actual research and writing was done way prior to the LRB publishing date. It is a book review journal, not a newspaper. It can take up to six months to be published or more as it goes through editorial review.

          Liked by 4 people

      • Zippy says:

        As revealed by Dan Bongino, all of them being based upon the same premise which they attempted to use against McCain, an effort which didn’t flourish, that being based upon a 2007 article by Glenn Simpson, later head of Fusion GPS, found at the link below. “The Script.” Note some of the names found within it:


    • Raptors2020 says:

      Are you sure? Why 3 years to bring out this book? One of the MSM’s favorite excuses not to cover a story is too much time has passed. So everybody stalls, everybody (right, Lindsey?) then they just drop it. Ukraine is the story now, except for Republican cranks trying to change the subject.

      Tick tock? Hardly.


    • Rhi says:

      “Protodossiers” – didn’t we learn long ago the Simpson GPS ‘Steel dossier’ was basically a cut and paste job that was going to be used against McCain? Ad a whole bunch of bs – Cohen in Ukraine, pings, Trump tower meeting etc and spread it throughout their media accomplices and viola! Russians everywhere!

      C’mon Devin, you can say it…. COUP! “Inquisition cult” doesn’t quite cut it.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Zippy says:

      Glad Nunes is finally getting around to the “protodossiers” thing, something Dan Bongino has talked about for over a year now and is in his first book released in early October of 2018.

      I am constantly dismayed how even Trumps _apparent_ allies are so far behind in the knowledge game. Only now that Barr/Durham APPEAR to be FINALLY getting around to something that could have obliterated Mueller from day one, Joseph Mifsud, does Nunes recently give a long interview where he mentions Mifsud and begs for him to come forward as if, since Mifsud isn’t hiding in a cave in Syria, the mechanisms of a 4.2 TRILLION dollar government couldn’t find him if they wanted to. Thing is, they DON’T want to.

      And, BTW, I think the claim that Mifsud fears his life is in danger is merely a ruse to FOREVER excuse him from coming forward. HE may not be in on the ruse, but an Italian newspaper article quite some time ago linked to in a Papa-D tweet claimed that Italian intel had told him to lie low. However, the article didn’t provide the reason why they did so. If an intel agency told you that your life was in danger, even if that was completely untrue and for their own benefit, wouldn’t YOU lie low?

      Liked by 1 person

  6. Elric VIII says:

    No mercy. They have shown no mercy to the Electorate. They have pushed outright lies and sedition. Nail their hides to the barn.

    Liked by 16 people

  7. IGiveUp says:

    Why not just skip the prosecutions and go directly to the movie version of the coup. Spacey can play Schiff.

    Liked by 1 person

  8. 2Alpha says:

    I’m getting antsy sitting here sharpening and polishing my pitchfork… (Fingers tapping on desk…)

    Liked by 3 people

  9. God bless Devin Nunes for having the absolute courage of his convictions and his tenacity and patriotism. He is a true American hero who has never wavered in his support of our President Trump and the American people.. Can you even imagine what would have happened if Devin was not on the case?

    Liked by 18 people

    • A2 says:


      Liked by 3 people

    • vikingmom says:

      Has he explained (or apologized for) his vote to condemn the President on Syria? That one still puzzles me…

      Liked by 1 person

      • L4grasshopper says:

        Don’t let the perfect be the enemy of the very good.

        Liked by 5 people

        • vikingmom says:

          I’m not – I was just asking if he had made any statement on that vote since it was clearly designed to embarrass President Trump and I was surprised that Congressman Nunes took the bait….

          Liked by 2 people

          • BitterC says:

            Maybe Nunes disagreed with removing those troops. Nothing to apologize for

            We are the party of diversity of thought, unlike the left

            Liked by 3 people

          • WhiteBoard says:

            Its simple, because Trump wants to stay in Syria – for the RIGHT, COMPENSATED, REASON.
            and his buddy Nunes did exactly what he should of done.

            Trump got EVERYTHING HE WANTED.

            Credit for keeping a PROMISE, and FORCED TO STAY there, BUT ON HIS TERMS (COMPENSATION and an AMERICA FIRST REASON)

            ding ding ding! you are seeing the strategy, i know u ARE! you are smart! thats why you are here!

            Liked by 4 people

      • oldumb says:

        He doesn’t have to explain OR apologize. He is a man not a toady. He can think, act and vote with his conscious. POTUS doesn’t begrudge anyone feeling differently on an issue here or there. I would imagine he expects it.
        No yes men.

        Liked by 6 people

        • Exfiltration of Wealth says:

          Of course he can vote how he wants, and hopefully it is representative of the wishes of a majority of his constituents. (Remember that old canard?)
          But he isn’t absolved from providing his reasons for the vote either.
          As are all who voted against the president. There’s more to that thread, and no one is tugging on it.

          Liked by 1 person

      • rightmover says:

        Vikingmom, Shh about Devin Nunes’ vote to condemn Trump on Syria. I brought that up the other day and you’d have thought I desecrated the cross the way a coordinated group of commenters descended on me for even bringing it up (even though Sundance criticized Nunes over same just 2 weeks before).
        We are just supposed to shrug off Devin Nunes’ betrayal of the President on that vote, forget it, move on and trust him.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Bird Watcher says:

        He is entitled to his opinion. I have no problem with him not voting in lock-step with POTUS. President Trump doesn’t need yes men. He needs patriots, and Devin is one of the few around.

        Liked by 3 people

    • J Gottfred says:

      I drove through Nunes’ district on 99 just prior to the 2018 election and the left had rented every bill board on both sides of the highway to place anti Nunes political ads. We are so lucky he won reelection.

      Liked by 8 people

  10. Zorro says:

    Not only is Nunes the MVP but he also had to operate while the smell of Schitt filled the committee room,

    Liked by 4 people

  11. need24give says:



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  12. CM-TX says:

    In the (Fake) DNC “hack” by Guccifer2.0, amid the docs he “leaked”– there was a Trump Dossier containing supposed dirt on PDJT & the Trump Family.

    G2’s (likely a D-insider) said his reason for doing so, was to show he was “bi-partisan,” & had no loyalty to either candidate. Never-mind it was Dem political opposition research, & they’d been distributing it to all their operatives with instructions to use that info. IIRC, This was back in May/June 2016.

    It’d be really interesting to see how much of the content parallels with the “Steele Dossier.”

    Liked by 1 person

  13. no-nonsense-nancy says:

    I bought the book. It was the last one in my local Barnes and Nobel. The cashier, an “old white male”, a Trump supporter, told me to take my blood pressure medicine before I read it. I haven’t started it yet but I will tomorrow.

    Liked by 2 people

  14. Old School says:

    Good thing they have the impeachment sideshow running or many more people might actually know about this stuff

    Liked by 2 people

  15. Louisiana Tea Rose says:

    For all those attorneys out there swinging in the tree:

    Is there any culpability for any of these complicit print media hacks who knowingly and willingly spread lies and innuendo as they facilitated this travesty?

    Liked by 3 people

  16. Frbrdskmi says:

    Sorry, I hear a lot of talk but no action. Our President Donald J. Trump hit the ground running the day he was inaugurated, he has not stopped! Discussions, talk, opinions, by those who should have had his back from day one are not enough. I’ve lost all respect for my Republican Senators, Congressmen and Representatives. The day you stop talking and DO SOMETHING to help our President then you just might have my respect again. Until that time, you’re all a waste of my tax dollars!

    Liked by 5 people

  17. Lawrence says:

    I could not put the book down. Fascinating read. branches of intel community plant press leaks then use the leaks to interview people.

    But its also scary as hell.

    To me , he last 3 years show that we can’t re-elect Trump and capture control of the Senate and House what is left of the supposed rule by “we the people” will be gone forever.

    The read reinforced that –

    I am coffing up as much money as I can in support of Trump and Repubs running for Senate and House. Have former high ranking military officers and vets running for both here.

    Seem to be people of courage and integrity. More people like Nunes – who displayed both in spades. We need many more people like that in Washington – only hope I can see. That and more outlets like this one.

    I am also trying to email all Repub Senators listed on this link:

    I am copying the same message to all of them:

    “I just finished reading The Plot Against the President by Lee Smith. Also am following the info that is coming from Flynn’s lawyer on how he was set up by the US Intel Community.

    Considering how Schiff has proven to be a zealot who will stop at nothing to impeach Trump and his many past lies it seems logical to believe this latest bid to impeach Trump is also an Intel Community connected set up.

    Therefore it is imperative that either the case gets dismissed out of hand by the Senate as the evidence being too tainted or failing that- that the trial be delayed until the DOJOG report is issued and Durham’s criminal investigation is complete.

    Unless and until the case against Trump is made openly and with truly verified facts from truly reliable and verified sources it is logical and reasonable to assume that Trump is being set up AGAIN.

    The Senate must act as a check on the rogue House and its coup attempt.”

    Liked by 3 people

    • Sherri Young says:

      Lawrence, may I suggest that some of that money you are so kindly donating might find good use and help at least as much to achieve the desired result by redirecting some here to water and fertilize the treehouse?

      Thank you for taking an active role. This cannot be the government of “we the people” if we the people try to turn governance into a spectator sport.

      Liked by 2 people

  18. Deplorable Canuck says:

    Headed to the US in a few weeks for a conference. This book is on my list to get for sure!


  19. This isn’t a protodossier, but it definitely fits into the early Anti-Trump / Deep State / Media narrative and contains most of the now hackneyed templates still used by the media today.

    It was authored by Evelyn Farkas (yes, THAT Evelyn Farkas) in early April, 2016 – a full seven months before DJT’s election. A supposed “expert” on Russia, Farkas wrote this six months after leaving the 0bama administration due to his failure to take an aggressive stand against Putin. She was also reportedly slated to be the Assist. Sect. of Defense in Hillary’s administration.

    Of course today she is known for being the bug-eyed boob who was seen in a 2017 interview blabbing about the 0bama administration seeding the federal government with the garbage from the “dossier” prior to leaving office and gave us one of the earliest clues who was behind the pseudo-scandal.

    Liked by 3 people

  20. JohnCasper says:

    ” the political weaponization of the intelligence apparatus w”

    This is the equivalent of a dog having rabies and foaming at the mouth.

    What is usually done in this situation?

    Liked by 1 person

  21. Jim in TN says:

    Between 3:90 and 4:10, Nunes says something that sounds like, ‘people around here on the left and the right were all in on it.’ He started saying the Democrats funded and were all in on it. Then he said something about viewers, then the part I mentioned.

    Did he mean to say that?

    Sundance has shown that many Republican traitors were in on it. Senate Intelligence Committee, McCain, solid questions about McConnell and Ryan. To name a few.

    Yet is Nunes calling them out, or was that a misspeak?


    • Tl Howard says:

      What I recall hearing him say is that EVERYONE in DC knew about the dossier and attempts to frame/set up Trump.

      Of course, we’ve known that. The vast majority of them wanted to keep it all silent as their lives would have been easier. That Nunes was at one time a rather lonely, singular figure speaks to his fortitude, his courage.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Sherri Young says:

        Remember that the not-so-great Congressman Mike Rogers was chairman of the HPSCI just before Nunes. Having to sit in committee and watch that guy in action must have been enlightening.

        Liked by 1 person

    • Roni says:

      Jim TN He said the Dems knew it. When he said the people you can’t see, to the left and right….I think he may have been referring to the media.


      • J.Thomas says:

        Yes, he was literally talking about people physically standing to the left and right of the interviewer in the room…probably within earshot, watching the interview.

        We just saw Nunes call them out to their faces.

        Liked by 1 person

    • wightmanfarm says:

      Wasn’t he referring to the reporters who were physically to the left and right of his interview, where he was standing.?


  22. zorrorides says:

    If POTUS keeps supporting the incumbent Republicans then we have, oh, half-a-chance of PTrump doing something great in his second term.

    If VSGPDJT releases his own agenda (our agenda too) for the 2020 Senate and House elections, then the incumbents can pledge to the agenda, or not pledge, as they see fit.

    If Repubs will not pledge their support then the local state parties can find an eager primary opponent who believes in MAGA. We’ll have a bunch of no-names without RNC money, but they can all run on one nationwide campaign:

    Vote for Me – I’m with Them – The People and Donald Trump !

    Liked by 4 people

  23. maggiemoowho says:

    Speaking of the media, there was a documentary series on Showtime that was filming the 2016 candidates titled “The Circus: The Greatest Political Show on Earth”, aired an episode before the election called, “With Love From Russia”. It was a strange episode and they really tried to plant the Trump Russia story at that time. Then they did a show after the 2016 election night and they claimed that Russia must have helped President Trump win, it was infuriating. Mark Halperin, John Heilemann and Mark McKinnon were the producers and hosts of the show, they were also the people who followed the candidates around.


    • littleanniefannie says:

      You’re surprised that something on Showtime (or any other pinko Hollywad outlet) would put out a piece of crap to trash the President? There used to be a saying Honesty is the best policy which I feel rather sure that most of DC and very little of Hollywad have ever heard. The Circus? Yep, Hollywad and the 9th Circus. Take your pick!


  24. Mark W says:

    FITTON: MASSIVE Coup Attack: House Resolution Endorses Corrupt Schiff Investigaton. Senate must build a firewall!

    Liked by 1 person

  25. joeknuckles says:

    Here’s fascinating episode of John Batchelor’s podcast. It’s an interview with Larry Johnson about Felix Sater. I don’t know why this aspect of Spygate hasn’t been made more of. IMO. This is huge.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. foodog says:

    Hmm, good question. I’d missed Herridge going to CBS. Here is what Variety reports:

    Herridge’s move is said to have been in the works for several weeks, and is not tied to Smith’s exit. Her contract with Fox News lapsed this summer, and the network had been negotiating to get her to stay, according to a person familiar with the matter. She has not been known for jousting with the opinion programs, making frequent appearances on Fox News’ most-watched program, “Hannity.” The opportunity to move to CBS News was seen as one she could not turn down, this person said.

    Fox’ loss is CBS’ gain.
    I hope Herridge has read Atkisson’s book…

    Liked by 2 people

    • David Mitchell says:

      I think CBS is getting ready for the big ugly; they expect the whole Russian/Ukrainian/ conspiracy narrative to fall apart and realize they have no one in their stable who is not personally invested/involved in the coup…they just bought an impartial commentator to cover the FISA abuse report, the Huber Clinton Foundation investigation, and the Durham Russian conspiracy investigation.

      Or, they just bought her silence.

      Let’s hope it is the former.

      Liked by 6 people

    • littleanniefannie says:

      CBS needed a reporter with integrity. By hiring Herridge they have one of the best. She never gets in front of her skis and she doggedly digs for the truth. I sincerely hope CBS isn’t seeking to silence Catherine. She is too good and too honest to have that happen. Unfortunately, CBS doesn’t exactly have an honorable reputation.

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  27. Grassleysgirl/Breitbartista says:

    I have never forgotten Nunes’ ashen face as he emerged from the scif that morning early in 2017…
    Thank God we have it ALL👍🇺🇸⏳🙏And we have our VSGPDJT and Patriots.

    Liked by 4 people

  28. Bigly says:

    “They were all in on it”

    Jesus Mary and Joe – where is Barr?


  29. Paula S Daly says:

    The difference between Lee Smith’s book and all the others, is he actually interviewed the people involved. We learned so many knew things, including how Jeff Sessions recused himself.


  30. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Crazed Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-Ca) said that closed-door impeachment hearings will keep happening for an undetermined amount of time. The hearings behind closed doors, which have reportedly included House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Ca) blocking Republicans from asking witnesses certain questions, will continue as long as they are productive, Pelosi told Bloomberg News. Even after the full House voted to allow open hearings Pelosi said those hearings could start in November.

    In other words no one will hear the hearings unless a crime can be found.

    However she said she couldn’t rule out the investigation continuing into 2020 despite it being an election year. “I don’t know what the timetable will be—the truth will set us free,” she said. “We have not made any decisions on if the president will be impeached. There is, I should say, a mountain of concerns to be brought up.” Notice Pelosi suggested the probe could drag on into next year and include actions Trump took that have nothing to do with Ukraine.

    In other words the widespread fishing expedition continues.


    • littleanniefannie says:

      Notice, the vote was to allow open hearings. It didn’t’ take say they would happen. It didn’t say there would be any fairness in the process. It only guaranteed that the Witch Hunt moved from the DoJ/FBI to the basement of the House. I surmise that Nazi knows that Durham won’t be able to interview the inquisitors in her House. Taking her cues from the Kremlin of old, she is able to orchestrate the Schifft Show (don’t think little Bug Eyes is capable of this deep level of deviousness. She can, however, wind up little Bug Eyes, point him in the desired direction, and set off his mouth. He is way more controllable than NoNads. Nazi wanted everyone to believe she was apprehensive about impeachment when, in point of fact, the only one with more laser-focused impeachment radar was her state-mate, Ms. Peach Fawty Fi.


  31. old white guy says:

    The country and society as a whole now accepts lies and actually debates those lies. All the words that have been spoken and written about this on going coup need to stop. Stand up and call BS just what it is BS. Walk out of any circumstance that is obviously a set up. Time start taking action, words are just another way to prolong the power of the corrupt.

    Liked by 1 person

  32. Santiago1314 says:

    I read somewhere..(Maybe here), that Sidney Blumenthal and Cody Shearer were the Real “Authors” of the “Steele Dossier”… Haven’t heard much on that lately.???


  33. hokkoda says:

    Funny watching the news this morning as they try to make it look like Manafort is behind Trump’s “Ukraine hacking” theory. Because the media has been a mix of complicit co-conspirators and willfully blind, they don’t realize that the Manafort stuff BOLSTERS Trump’s claim that he as president needs to get to the bottom of how the Russia-hoax got started. And the Manafort stuff shows that even back in 2016, there were people who knew the Ukraine was involved in this mess.

    The media wants to pretend the Ukraine is not involved. But the Democrats’ hysteria at hearing Trump talk about Biden and Crowdstrike demonstrates that they are panicked that Trump might have them by the balls…


  34. hokkoda says:

    The book is worth your time, particularly the specific names of media reporters complicit in the coup. It’s fascinating how the FBI/DOJ collaborate with friend in the media to push their agenda.


  35. bruzedorange says:

    I remember reading that many of Steel’s rumors (though they weren’t called protodossiers then) were shopped around the media early on, but found no takers at that time. That always struck me as an unexpected display of journo-ethics from the swamp media.

    But now I’m wondering if they only showing the rumors at that time to get FEEDBACK from the media? Could that have been part of Fusion’s market-testing process, making sure their BS was shovel-ready before they actually offered them for publication.

    Was the media giving Fusion feedback on “this is what else the story would need before we would print it” or “we’d have to have a quote from an unidentified source at this level in the intelligence community” to provide cover for running such a story?

    The swamp is a symbiotic biosphere. Powerful predators at the top of the food chain insure a dependable food supply for thousands of scavengers.


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