Sean Hannity Provides Latest Tick Tock – IG Report Will Contain Criminal Referrals…

Sara Carter appears on the nightly meeting of the Tick Tock club to promote her latest tick-tock article claiming the Horowitz report will contain a criminal referral for James Comey. Once the tick-tock material du jour is implanted, the tick-tock committee begins debating the importance of the latest tick and tock.  There seems to be a pattern to this.

If you haven’t watched a tick-tock discussion in the past six months, tonight’s tick-tock might seem like a re-run, it’s not. Tonight, amid prior tick tock claims, and the frequency of tick-tockers over-promoting the ticks and the tocks, ringmaster Hannity expresses both tick-tock frustration and tick-tock certainty:

 

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247 Responses to Sean Hannity Provides Latest Tick Tock – IG Report Will Contain Criminal Referrals…

  1. L4grasshopper says:

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    • T Carroll says:

      If they get away with this, there will be a next time and next time will make this time look like child’s play.

      Next time they will go full Stalin/Hitler on our asses.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Paul Gerst says:

        Unless we do it to them first. They are domestic enemies after all.

        Liked by 3 people

      • suejeanne1 says:

        and whatever happened about Hillary’s Uranium One deal?
        tick tock tick tock . . . I’m a waiting!

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        • aol925 says:

          Personally I would enjoy seeing Lois Lerner in an orange jumpsuit. Further, asset forfeiture of her new beautiful million dollar home on Martha’s Vineyard. Maybe it would wipe the smug look off her face. She should also forfeit her pension. Throw Kosingen in as well.

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          • Daniel M. Camac says:

            aol925, Exactly!! For me, the targeting of ‘certain’ groups by that witch (prompted by we know who) was a most blatant attack on Conservatives. Then the witch has the audacity to plead the 5th after opening her pie hole and NOT one CongrAss person actually does anything to have her held accountable. When I saw her walk away scot-free with a nice Fed pension to boot I knew times were getting bad.

            Kinda like having FBI “consultants” rummaging through our data bases looking for any dirt they can find, giving or selling it to those in control and then skipping the country when they’re caught. Arrrgghhhhhh!

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      • Spooky says:

        If they get away with this then our constitutional republic is finished. If they go unpunished there will be no reason to bother voting anymore because it won’t change anything, ever. We are on the brink of a permanent takeover of our government by unelected, deep state bureaucrats who will choose our presidents for us.

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        • AIM says:

          You’re so right. Trump should be laser focused on that fact as he could lose many votes if people are so disillusioned. I’m just praying every day that they are ALL held accountable.

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          • dbobway says:

            There are 40 million American voters,
            Who believe everything CNN says.
            I know these folks, their my friends,
            They buy it all, every lie, every hoax. Are any of you going to stay home and not vote, staring down the gun barrel of Communism, because these traitors aren’t brought to justice?

            President Trump has been telling us from the beginning,
            The American voter is going to decide the fate of this nation.
            So his ‘ laser focus’ is on a landslide election victory next November.
            We have the voters to make that happen in this country, right now.
            If we would have had real conservatives in the house, when the GOP had the majority?
            Everybody’s health insurance would be cut in half by now, and it would be game over!
            Look for a comprehensive ‘Health care’ policy this summer. Real numbers with real savings.
            President Trump, now has a track record to deliver huge savings of millions of voters,
            Who will get to see the role they play in saving tons of money for ‘middle class’ budgets.
            Vote for trump supporting Republicans.
            I’m talking to you NC!

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          • steph_gray says:

            Trump should be laser focused on that fact as he could lose many votes if people are so disillusioned.

            Well then, perhaps not participating in the disillusionment by playing eeyore here and elsewhere might be something for some people to consider. (Your own comment excepted.)

            Just a suggestion. Always the identical oft-repeated complaints about tick tock and the like. It’s the yawners and the “wake me when” types that bore me.

            So much energy focusing on the possible downside. PDJT doesn’t operate that way, thankfully!

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      • smartyjones1 says:

        Always been my assessment. Why else would they lack motivation? Notice they haven’t. It’s been one continuous coup effort from the electors scam to the Russia Collusion Hoax to the Ukraine Hoax. It’s all an inside job orchestrated by entire groups of intel staff to congressional staff.

        This is actually major. Until now, we were not told of criminal referrals. Something happened. It appears John Durham’s review, now a federal criminal investigation, has seen overlap and this changed Horowitz’s focus along the way. The earlier insiders coming forward doesn’t satisfy the delay.

        AF Barr is in the backdrop too. Expectation he would spare the institutional shame is upended. He’s said he’ll “let the chips fall where they may.”

        It’s been a slow but steady process and it’s glare is about to enter the spotlight.

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        • digleigh says:

          The house intel committee sent over 8 criminal referrals(Nunes etc…)to the DOJ many, many months ago…. Maybe before the Dems got the house?

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        • Linus in W.PA. says:

          Sadly, criminal referrals from IG Reports have little meaning or teeth.

          We’ve seen recent IG Reports with criminal referrals…….followed by “…the Department of Justice declines prosecution.”

          So, if we are to have some kind of joy, the delta will be that there’s some different text following the IG’s criminal referral(s). In other words, the DOJ is pursuing prosecution.

          Fingers crossed!!!!!!!! Hope is alive!!

          TRUMP 2020!!!

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      • FrankieZee says:

        If they get away with this, they will destroy Trump and his entire family when he gets out of office. They will wipe away his fortune so him and his family will never be a threat to them again. I think Trump knows this, which is why I do not believe they just walk away. Butt then again it is all in the hands of Barr, sad to say.

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      • snellvillebob says:

        As in Schiff’s basement circus?

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    • Mikey likes it! says:

      The second I saw the OLDER Hannity, Coffee all over the place!

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    • David A says:

      The major difference is that a member of the Trump administration, Dan Scavino, has tweeted his own Tick-Tock, and the President said ” I CAUGHT THEM ALL”

      That is an amazing story. Why ZERO follow up stories – questions from ANY media?

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  2. Tazio Nuvolari says:

    Hannity might be controlled opposition. Trying to keep us sedated until the coup is complete.

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      If he is, he’s the greatest actor in history 🙂

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    • The Phantom Stranger says:

      That’s laughable for anyone that has watched Hannity over the past three decades. Hannity does have to play ball so to speak with the intel community, like everyone else with a high-profile anchor job in corporate media.

      Though I will say that members of the actual controlled opposition first began showing up on Hannity once Trump was elected, which is not a coincidence. The CIA figured out really quick they needed a voice on Hannity after realizing many voting conservatives were turning on the intel community. Consider it a small form of damage control and public relations.

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  3. California Joe says:

    If the pending OIG referral on Comey is for a substantial criminal violation such as official misconduct, deprivation of rights under color of law, false statements to the FISA Court, wire fraud etc then it would be prosecuted unlike a leaking or lying to an OIG agent. On McCabe the charges would be added to the lying to the OIG charge.

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  4. dufrst says:

    Even a broken clock is right at least once. Please let this tick tock be right! 🙏🏽

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  5. 2013gti says:

    Arrrrggg…I just snorted beer through my nose all over my keyboard, LOL 🙂 🙂

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  6. Do stop thinking about tomorrow says:

    Well I broke out my trusty old worn out Timex and have found that Hanney had licked all the numbers off the face.

    It don’t Tick or Tock any more! It took a licken and just stopped tickin.

    Just waiting for the next postponement to be announced.

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  7. Raised on Reagan says:

    This is Tick-Tock Torture!

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  8. rigst4 says:

    Just like the past Horowitz investigations, wrongdoing will be revealed but the judgement will be that the perpetrators all had the best intentions and they will put a strongly worded letter in their personnel files. Basically, this is what just happened at the State Department over all the illegal handling of classified material. Not even one person lost their security clearance. Nobody was fired. Nobody was prosecuted. They got letters saying they sort-of did something bad. No consequences. All the other perpetrators to this date are either still in their cushy government jobs and still have their retirement plans. A few left to get even cushier jobs paying more money with better benefits. None of the criminal conspirators will take action against each other. And the lack of action to date tells us how wide this conspiracy is and how almost the entire justice department is involved in the conspiracy. All the conspirators laugh and collectively thumb their noses all day long at the American people. I doubt there will ever be any real justice because the attitude within the government is that pretty much everybody in government is just too big to prosecute, just like hillary clinton. Oh, yeah, they will find some scapegoat named Ted in personnel or something and blame him for not locking a filing cabinet and he’ll go to jail for a year but nothing else will happen.

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    • J.Thomas says:

      Remember Bakouly Bakouly or whatever his name is? The Innocence of Muslims guy blamed (and thrown in prison) for the Benghazi mess?

      He got the blame for that….I wonder what kind of ridiculous nonsense the DOJ/CIA truth tellers will conjure up for Spygate.

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    • ChampagneReady says:

      There’s one difference–his name is Durham. He’s no Huber, he doesn’t mess around. And there’s only one reason you convene a grand jury–you are seeking indictments.

      That trip to Italy gave them every thing they needed and I believe it’s airtight.

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      • JL says:

        One giant benefit of Durham, is that Horowitz knows Durham will make a fool out of him if he pulls punches, obscures, ignores, or lets anyone off the hook.

        Durham isn’t here only to break stuff, he’s also here to keep Horowitz in line.

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        • ChampagneReady says:

          I think if IG Horowitz had prosecutorial power, he would already have put people in handcuffs. Problem is, he can only use his huge staff and the millions at his disposal to show the crimes and make the referrals. Which he had DONE with Sessions. The reason we haven’t already had convictions is because of that lightweight. He wasn’t capable of handling anything more serious than a marijuana case.

          Now, we have a real AG, the hammer that can act on those referrals and Horowtiz who can set the table for him. A GREAT one-two–three punch.

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          • phislamjam says:

            This “real” AG decided NOT to prosecute Comey when Horowitz referred him for criminal prosecution. I will like him when he proves to me that he isn’t kicking sand like a dog to cover the sh*t.

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            • Boxerpaws says:

              he was going to be nailed for leaking and lying. Barr is no fool. Maybe he didn’t see a slam dunk here OR he’s thinking they’d rather nail him for bigger and better things so to speak.

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              • Baby El says:

                At the time, the thinking was that ‘leaking an lying’ prosecutions would be viewed as petty retribution and perhaps waiting for the major charges to fall was a preferred judgement call.

                We’ll see….

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                • ILOT says:

                  I recall when Mr. Barr used the word “spying” in his initial statements before Congress. The left was shocked, even outraged that he would use this term. The fact remains he is convinced beyond doubt it took place whereby he placed emphasis on “predicate”. Based on what we know as patriots and interested parties there is little doubt the predicate was likely fabricated, which brings me to the third operative word of conspiracy that Mr. Barr has used. Finally, conservatives went all negative on Mr. Barr for ruling out “treason” and said he would focus on “policy” (statutes within DOJ if breached carry a criminal penalty). I actually liked the way he stayed away from the hyper-political word of Treason. I have never doubted that this will end up with criminal indictments given that line of reasoning and the public statements. Mr. Barr even qualified his support of Rosenstein by stating…”since reporting to me his work has been exceptional….” (paraphrase). Heads will roll and I believe Mr. Barr and Mr. Durham know the fate of the Republic is in jeopardy if they don’t. All this from a flyover observer so who knows…

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              • ezpz2 says:

                ‘Leaking and lying’ and bigger and better things’ are not mutually exclusive.

                He can and SHOULD, imo, be ‘nailed’ for any and all crimes he may have committed, just like any one of us peons (or Trump supporters) would be.

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            • Skidroe says:

              Sundance, I always have to do a double take every time you show that pic. Of old Hannity. OMG! He looks just like Newt Gingrich.

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          • The Third Man says:

            Sessions is most responsible for the giant mess. No one even comes close.

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      • Will Hunt says:

        Agree. Durham will need to corner these felons literally. Although far from the smartest they are clever, sneaky, devious and still have an immense, internal support structure still. When left with no avenue of escape they’ll claim they had to act under “unique” circumstances and in the “best interest” of the country.

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        • Baby El says:

          “best interest” of the country”
          Like robbing a bank because you didn’t think the bank was qualified to protect everyone’s money.

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          • Angry Dumbo says:

            Best interests of themselves. Hunter is no genius, Epstein did not kill himself, and the Clinton Global Initiative is no charity. Invariably, the people who take tax dollars to help others are helping themselves. The laundry is open and will not be closed.

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      • RJ says:

        When I think of the last time there was anything “air tight” it was the blue dress Monica wore. I am moving from skeptical to very disappointed when contemplating if justice will be served.

        My hope is like Tom Hanks on his raft in “Cast Away” where I am losing consciousness due to lack of…

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      • Or seeking to compel testimony and/or production of records with which to determine (perhaps even expand) scope of investigation and culpability of individual bad actors. The use of a grand jury can start months (if not years depending on complexity and magnitude) prior to actual presentation of case for indictment. Then there are no guarantee that a true bill will no matter how airtight the prosecutors case actually is.

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    • GP says:

      Hi Rigs-I agree and have for almost 2 years said same here on CTH that NO ONE IS GOING JAIL, And boy did I get hammered. I was called a “Negative Nelly”, some word I’ve never heard before-I think it’s spelled “eyeore” I was informed that good always triumphs over evil, that I should pray more, that God is in control and that I should be more positive.

      I’m sure these folks mean well, but reality is harsh. The Dems will not stop this impeachment effort and I’m sure Pelosi and McConnell have already talked. If you think things are bad now, just wait until the Dems remove Trump. I’m telling you, Pence is not who you think he is.

      They have a plan going forward. They aren’t making it up as they go along or flying by the seat of their pants. The Left is more organized and committed than MAGA folks. They are going for the throat and we’re standing around issuing meaningless threats like “come and take it” or how about “from my cold dead fingers” and my favorite, “they have gone too far this time, they better get ready for civil war 2.0” That is absurd. What are you going to do? Run around and shoot people? Drive to DC only to find Pelosi and Schiff and others are in a secure location. March or demonstrate? They couldn’t care less.

      My point is just stop already with the threats. If Trump is removed, there will be a lot of anger and threats, etc., but nothing of any real impact will be done because it will be too late then. If you want to do something, you had better do it NOW

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      • The Third Man says:

        Fewer than 50% voted in November 2018. Now it’s wall to wall weeping and gnashing of teeth. Get out and vote this time, as if your life depends on it, because it does.

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        • Boxerpaws says:

          doesn’t it make you wonder why? what did these people think was going to happen if the Dems got the House and Pelosi was elected Speaker? they were all going to play nice? Did you ever feel like wringing someone’s neck? We better get out the vote in 2020. We’ve only had a quick preview of what is to come if Trump loses and we don’t get the House back and keep the Senate. The turn out better be YUGE A historic kind of YUGE.

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    • bentley1blog says:

      Chilling

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  9. Gov Jay says:

    As usual… Sundance is correct… we have been tick-tocked to death already…

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  10. CNN_sucks says:

    OMG. Another tick tock. If the report did not issue by 11/15, there will be no indictment. This is a coup run by the bureacrats.

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  11. Forget the tick tock clock. PDJT recently said the he caught – past tense – the swamp. That is all I need to know.

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  12. Elric VIII says:

    The Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus ran for over 100 years. They eventually folded. Likewise with Sean Hannity. If he can’t deliver he should take the money and run.

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  13. “KOT-KIT, KOT-KIT, KOT-KIT…” (that’s the sound of time going backwards)

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  14. jojoanne says:

    Tic Tock the mouse ran up the clock!

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  15. Superman says:

    Yeah I am done. It is all BS. Hannity is tick tocking for ratings and it means nothing any more.

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    • The Third Man says:

      Yes Superman. For years now it has been all: could, maybe, might, soon, would, if, waiting for, coming… Take your pick. I quit Hannity years ago. Checked in once in a while and checked out not long thereafter. Solomon, DiGenova, Toensig, Carter, Fitton…ticking and tocking.
      Try it. Stop watching Hannity for 5 days and then turn him back on. It’s as if you never turned off your TV. Ground Hog Day of cable news.

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      • ezpz2 says:

        I agree except for lumping Tom Fitton in with the tick rockers. Fitton is one of the few who sees it and CALLS it like it is, which is probably why Hannity rarely lets him get a word out.

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  16. SR says:

    IG reports is damming if there is indictments otherwise fake msm have other topic – impeachment.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Generated bullshirt. So what if the IG report DOES ‘reccomend’ indictments.

      Won’t mean any more than the previous I.G. reccomendations for prosecution.

      The delay is because, aside from anything else his report tells us, it will tell us, pretty conclusively, where Barr stands; Cleaner, or Housecleaner.

      All the tick tocks in the,world won’t matter, if (when) the,I.G. report is a whitewash, like I.G. reports under Rosie.
      So long as we don’t see the I.G. report, well meaning and optimistic PDJT supporters can continue the self delusion, that Barr is,a Housecleaner, that,Durham is not Huber 2.0, and that prosecutions are just,around the corner.

      Once the I.G. report comes out with a,summary and conclusion that look like,Rosie wrote them, Barr is exposed.

      THATS why it keeps getting delayed, IMHO.

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  17. Blind no Longer says:

    I’ve gotten to the point when someone mentions the name Horowitz, I just stop listening. His wife is a CNN producer…didn’t Zaid say CNN would play a very big part in impeachment?

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  18. JohnCasper says:

    I think Hannity is a great asset, but I must say, he seems to have even more tick tocks than Imelda Marcos had shoes.

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  19. Jim in TN says:

    Odd. I know the IG can arrange things as he wants, but the last two criminal referrals were each done in a separate report.

    Treat it as a separate issue, then it looks like something unrelated. And the main investigation didn’t find any criminal behavior and can be written off.

    Put the referrals in the main report, than the main investigation found criminal actions!

    I personally believe the delay is so that the House can impeach unimpeded by the truth.

    I also believe that we won’t see Durham take action until after the election. He has until July to get rolling, after that he will be accused of trying to influence the election. And he won’t be doing anything openly that would be influencing impeachment.

    It took Mueller 6 months to get rolling. And he had years of preexisting investigations to work from. That timeline would have indictments start dropping about the end of April. That could still be effecting who wins the Dem nomination.

    Of course, they could start dropping tomorrow. The IG report, together with Durham indictments could put a stop to this impeachment insanity. But the DOJ is too pure to improperly influence things like that. (Yes, that line made me choke. But that is how those crooks act.)

    And once you start withholding the truth because it might improperly effect impeachment, then the trial, then the primary, then the election, you may end up delaying the truth until your guy can win and kill the truth for you.

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  20. Magabear says:

    I just wish the term “bombshell” would cease being used. There’s alot of shells laying around that haven’t exploded. 😒

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  21. Jonathan Galt says:

    On 10/02 Judge Reggie Walton issued the ultimatum to charge MCCabe by 11/15 or he dismisses. Tick tock will happen after that date. MCCabe is the deep state loose canon. He signaled them with the mueller phone/listening device comment in his book and his not so idle threat to take them all down if he goes down. Walton was compromised in his own hack and they own him. Look up his past. Look up who he dines with regularly ABJ. The take the intersection of the trials we know he handled involving Mueller, Comey and Patrick Fitzgerald. Huber is not on the case – he’s a fixer.

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  22. ADDgolfer says:

    Dayum…
    I am so sick of freakin’ popcorn

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  23. ChampagneReady says:

    It’s almost hard to prioritize the crimes in order of longest prison terms he committed so many felonies.

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  24. jello333 says:

    I know so far we haven’t had much to cheer about, but I think something is coming pretty quick now. “Why’s James cryin’?” Cause he just got dunked… err… indicted.

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  25. Angel Martin says:

    “Prosecution was declined.”

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  26. pucecatt says:

    I think Hannity seemed angrier tonight , I think he’s getting frustrated and is upset because he is looking like a fool every time he does the “ Tick Tock “

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    • The Boss says:

      I still couldn’t take more than 25 seconds of the video. It should never take that long to ask a question, let alone not be even close to asking. I doubt I missed anything.

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    • Boxerpaws says:

      solution Hannity: stop doing it.

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    • sDee says:

      “I think he’s getting frustrated”

      Hannity is playing a role. He, like all Fox hosts is paid by the Murdochs to maintain an illusion of choice in news.

      They let viewers chew on the truth, but are never quite able to swallow.

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    • cocamars says:

      I don’t understand all the hate toward Hannity. I guess conservatives feel good shooting the messenger.

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      • steph_gray says:

        Agree. It’s all some people have, I guess.

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      • ezpz2 says:

        He peddles outrage night after night after night….

        He tells us he haz sources, and based on those sources….tick tock…’it will shake the conscience’….ad Infinitum…

        Yet three years in, and nothing except for Trump associates.

        It got old eons ago. Hannity has lost credibility as well as some viewers, I’m sure.
        In fact, Maddow has beat him a few times. That would have been unheard of a couple of years ago.

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  27. SSI01 says:

    So the IG report will say someone committee an illegality. That means someone else has to believe in prosecuting that illegality strongly enough to pick up first the hint, then the beginning of the prosecutorial thread. Two BIG ifs.

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    • Bruno says:

      One noticeable difference this time is Trump’s man Dan Scavino has tweeted his own Tick-Tock meme. Gives me hope we are close, but honestly don’t over-expect too much from the IG report since he was only tasked with FISA abuse, can’t subpoena or involuntarily interview former govt officials. Durham will have to do the true heavy lifting for prosecutions.

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  28. A2 says:

    You may have missed this.

    Examination of the Department’s and the FBI’s Compliance with Legal Requirements and Policies in Applications Filed with the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Relating to a certain U.S. Person

    The OIG, in response to requests from the Attorney General and Members of Congress, is examining the Department’s and the FBI’s compliance with legal requirements, and with applicable DOJ and FBI policies and procedures, in applications filed with the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) relating to a certain U.S. person. As part of this examination, the OIG is also reviewing information that was known to the DOJ and the FBI at the time the applications were filed from or about an alleged FBI confidential source. Additionally, the OIG is reviewing the DOJ’s and FBI’s relationship and communications with the alleged source as they relate to the FISC applications. If circumstances warrant, the OIG will consider including other issues that may arise during the course of the review.

    FBI’s Adjudication of Misconduct Investigations

    The OIG is examining whether FBI’s misconduct investigations are handled according to policy throughout the adjudication process and how FBI determines when and how to revise its misconduct adjudication policies and process.

    FBI’s Confidential Human Source Program

    The OIG is auditing the FBI’s Confidential Human Source Program. The preliminary objectives are to: (1) assess the FBI’s management and oversight of its Confidential Human Source Program, to include the FBI’s oversight of payments to confidential human sources, (2) examine the FBI’s confidential human source policies to ensure consistency with the Attorney General Guidelines, and (3) assess the FBI’s process of determining reliability and appropriateness of confidential human sources.

    FBI’s Covert Contracts

    The OIG is auditing the FBI’s contracts awarded for covert activity. The preliminary objectives of the audit are to assess the FBI’s awarding and administration of these covert contracts and to evaluate the FBI’s procedures and processes for ensuring contractor performance and compliance with the terms, conditions, laws, and regulations applicable to these contracts.

    FBI’s National Security Undercover Operations

    The OIG is conducting an audit of the FBI’s National Security Undercover Operations. The preliminary objectives are to evaluate: (1) the FBI’s oversight of national security-related undercover operations, and (2) the FBI’s efforts to recruit and train agents for these undercover operations.

    https://oig.justice.gov/ongoing/fbi.htm

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    • Midnite says:

      A2 that was a great snag! As I read down through the list of inspections and audits being conducted by the OIG I found so many connections to the whole FisaGate, RussiaGate fiascoes it was literally mind blowing. We’ve got everything from Stefan Halper to Maria Butina, from Bruce Ohr to Christopher Steele and so much more. One could even speculate that the Special Counsel’s star witness is somehow wrapped up in the child pornography investigation, that is if my instinct for connecting seemingly random dots can be trusted at all. The audit of Tuva LLC. appeared to be a non sequitur until I realized that we had a data mining, digital spying, document leaking operation going on behind the scenes and how they might be involved since it’s their business to provide data security for government agencies.
      Now, was it just a flight of fancy, a vain hope for justice or the fact that I’m up at 2 am drinking coffee that caused me to fall through the looking glass….I don’t know. One thing is for sure I’d like see Sundance do a Deep Dive on that list and find out what connections there are below the surface. Care to take me up on it SD?

      https://oig.justice.gov/ongoing/fbi.htm

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  29. Arrest Soros says:

    Angela Merkels tic toc nursery rhyme
    (to be read in a German accent)

    Unt hikory dikory dock.
    Zree mice ran up zi clock.
    Zi clock struck one……..
    And zi other two got avay with minor injuries.
    (and now you salute)

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  30. A2 says:

    🤣🤣🤣🤣

    There is another TikTok

    “ US launches probe into China-owned app TikTok — reports
    The national security probe will look into whether the popular video app sent user data to China, according to several reports. TikTok has denied accusations of censorship and said its data is not subject to Chinese law.”

    https://www.dw.com/en/us-launches-probe-into-china-owned-app-tiktok-reports/a-51088198

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  31. phislamjam says:

    I believe the reason for the delay has more to do with the upcoming FISA renewal vote on 12/15 than anything…. I think the deep state trolls (who are still in power & May include Horowitz & Barr) are stalling so the renewals are passed…. this should concern everyone.

    The USA Freedom Act of 2015 expires soon! Google it….

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    • Baby El says:

      Does this require the President’s signature? If so, likelihood of veto?

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    • The FISA system shouldn’t be renewed as it stands right now, and I think that this is a very big part of what Horowitz will be saying. The FISA system was first envisioned during the Nixon era when Congress felt that the President was usurping his solitary authority. But, as we now know (and as Horowitz has now documented), unelected government minions were able to completely “game” this system, such that rampant surveillance was possible and – (three million searches a year equals tens of thousands of searches per day) – it still is. Meanwhile, the POTUS never had to place his traceable signature on anything.

      I think, therefore, that Horowitz’s report should be released to the public as soon as possible, to allow for informed public comment with regard to the FISA system and to PATRIOT in general. We need to know what the gigantic hole in the dike actually was.

      We have developed global surveillance powers the likes of which have never been seen before because they were never possible. Now, we plainly see that they are being abused, millions of times per year.

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      • P.S.: The most basic abuse is simply that the “foreign” aspect of the surveillance is really incidental in all of these cases. “Just find someone outside the country whom you say that you are ‘officially’ spying on,” and this gives you access to multiple layers of information about people who could be anywhere in the world. Well, at the time that FISA was first envisioned, computers were toys and none of these capabilities existed. Today, it is literally a matter of sitting down at a classified computer screen, filling out a simple form and clicking on Search. Any two-bit FBI contractor with a security clearance can do it … and, did. (Note: legal access, but illegal purposes.)

        So, yes we have criminality. But we also have a problem, and we need to know from Horowitz and his team just what that problem is.

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  32. Maquis says:

    tiQ toQ

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  33. MD says:

    I don’t know if people will ever see jail time for any of this or not. However, I think Hannity and all his guests are making lots of money off this whole thing promoting their books, getting hired as contributors at Fox and teasing things (tic tock) to get ratings. They know IF any justice is served it is still a long way off. If there are criminal referrals in the IG report then it goes to a grand jury and they may indict. That could take 6 months to a year. After that it would go in front of the courts and they will have lawyers who will drag that out for years. I don’t really listen to Hannity much anymore because he has 90% of his focus on this crap day after day. There are lots of other issues (as we see on CTH) he could discuss on his show but focuses only on his Tic Tock BS because he gets ratings.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Right, lots of books. Unfortunately it appears our side is using us like Rachel Maddow is using the libtards. Promises promises. And ….

      BUT let me say I’m probably one of the more optimistic people here, probably because my expectations are lower. I just want to know what the heck happened and I want it to come from these people at the top who have done a proper investigation. I’m OK with the traitors not being imprisoned as long as their careers are ruined. People can claim Hillary’s going to still run in 2020 … it ain’t happening. She’s damaged goods, nobody on her side likes her. Comey will be destroyed too. Peter “We’ll stop him!” Strzok is out of a job as is Lisa Page. Brennan too, Clapper too. Let these people flounder around in their side jobs, they’ll never have the access and power they once had. And the propaganda media has been outed too, NYT and WaPo are toilet paper.

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  34. Merkin Muffley says:

    The thing is, Hannity is usually right. But by the time the news is finally released, it’s months later and all the impact is gone, which is just as the Democrats want it. Hannity has been spot on!

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  35. Seneca the Elder says:

    What kills me as a taxpayer is the MONEY we are paying these scumbags, the Billions that come out of our pockets to support what is essentially the ruling class of Criminal elites.
    The Commie/ Left/Dems are always complaining about the millionaires and billionaires or the One Percent, but the truth is that the REAL aristocracy consists of the unelected bureaucrats who have salaries and benefits we can only dream of, and who have been getting away with their crimes for generations.
    Even our President Trump cannot escape the evil POS holdovers from the Hussein admin that surround him. The attacks on his Presidency have been relentless since Day One.
    Levin was discussing this last night and played back his warnings from the days after the election and inauguration. No tick tocks, just an accurate assessment of how they were going to come after the POTUS and his supporters.
    Given all that’s transpired, I am more convinced than ever that our President and our Republic are under some kind of Divine protection. No other way could we survive the daily “assassination” attempts by the Servants of Satan who seem to be running the show. May G-d have mercy on us all.

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  36. mr.piddles says:

    Enjoy!

    I, for one, will be listening to this on loop during my morning commute…

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  37. patientlyparticipating says:

    Big jobs require many tic tocks.

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  38. scrap1ron says:

    Criminal referrals, but that doesn’t mean prosecutions.

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  39. Remember the last 2 IG reports, they were buried by the news media. The same will happen again. Almost no one in America even knows there was previous IG reports. My entire life shows the DOJ will not prosecute their own. There will be no criminal referrals, no prosecution. No one at the DOJ will do it.

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  40. Baby El says:

    It only matters if those criminal referrals are acted upon.

    We have seen criminal referrals before that have been declined to prosecute.

    Cautious, but hopeful.

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  41. Justin Green says:

    I almost didn’t post this, as I’ve said it before, but Hannity is doing a good service for people who don’t have the time to read the detailed analysis. Millions of millions of people know about the coup attempt now that might not otherwise know about it because of Hannity and others like him.

    I rarely watch Hannity these days, but appreciate what he’s doing, even if it is over-sensationalized, lacks the detailed analysis you might get here, etc.

    And I completely get the tick tock frustration. I can’t even guess as to whether anyone will be indicted or not. I don’t get excited about it anymore. It’s just a hope at this point. I’ve suspended my opinion of Barr and Durham until this unfolds.

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    • IGiveUp says:

      all reasonable and correct.

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    • An article that about Durham that was cited in yesterday’s daily thread talks at great length about this man and his legal accomplishments – but also about his attitudes. He does thorough and meticulous work that almost always leads to airtight convictions, even of very high-profile people inside and outside of government and organized crime. But, he maintains absolute secrecy until the proper time, and I believe that this is precisely what he is doing … and, should do … now. I’m certain that Barr is cut from the same bolt of cloth.

      Consider this: when these indictments are finally handed down, they’re going to be relentlessly attacked by the most expensive defense attorneys on Planet Earth. The press will be deluged with stories every day proclaiming their seraphic innocence. Every angle and the tiniest cracks in the prosecutorial arguments will be hammered. The slightest error of procedure, the slightest reason to say that the Grand Juries were biased or that a fair trial jury cannot be convened … anything, everything. These are the cases that Durham & Co. have to win.

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    • cocamars says:

      Hannity isn’t the enemy. He has no control over the slow movements of Barr and the IG. He’s just a reporter of the coupe.There aren’t that many out there in the media who are reporting it.
      If a Dem stumbled across this site they would be thrilled seeing the conservative anger against Hannity.

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  42. CharterOakie says:

    What Chaffetz and Biggs said makes complete sense to me. (Chaffetz said it more eloquently.)

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  43. RJ says:

    My beautiful, young Russian Bride will be here before that report shows up! I will win the lottery before Horowitz’s work is known! Ducks will fly north in winter before we learn what’s in the OIG’s report!

    And Elvis will be discovered living all this time in Las Vegas before anyone faces justice for the attempted coup!

    Place your bets, ladies and gentlemen…

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    • Midnite says:

      Yeah, and I’m still waiting on the check from that Nigerian Prince who needed my help to unlock his family fortune….any day now.

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  44. highdezertgator says:

    Tickery tickery tock
    Hammouthity ran out the clock
    The clock struck none
    Hammouthity ran on… and on… and on
    TICK TOCK….TICK TOCK….TICK TOCK….TICK TOCK….TICK TOCK….!

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  45. Zorro says:

    Tick…Tock…there is a report that a dozen people are marching toward the Capitol to protest the coup.

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    • Zy says:

      Wait there is a delay. There are zero persons coming to DC to protest. However there are additional reports from my sources that somebody is coming when the weather is warmer in spring. Even talk of a civil war. When ask for comment, Nancy Pelosi and Adam Schiff indicated a civil war is not necessary to remove the president.

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  46. snellvillebob says:

    Let’s hope the scarcity of redactions are not due to entire paragraphs and pages being removed.

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    • I’m not saying that any actual person in DC is perfect or obeys the law as they should, but the law does say that “the American Public is paying for all this, and the American Public has a right to know.” Redactions are necessary for certain specific purposes – materials and methods, the concealment of the identity of a person who is not being accused of a crime – but these reports are not just being prepared for other government officials. They are, by law, also being prepared for us.

      The subject matter of this particular report is something for which every American is indeed a stakeholder: this lighthouse might have one beam burning out to sea, as its technical justification for being there, but it has three or more pointing directly and illegally at us. At any one of us. At every one of us. And, relatively low-grade contractors can walk into those rooms carrying a thumb drive.

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  47. Joe Smith says:

    Blah blah blah. There will be no indictments. To get everyone spun up that something will happen is a disservice. The deep state is too deep. It will be the same old. A few did something bad but it will be spun.

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  48. hokkoda says:

    If you want to have a short exercise in cynicism, go back and read the statements of members of Congress in August when the last DOJ IG report was released. That was the one where Comey was accused of leaking classified information, there was a referral, and DOJ ‘declined to prosecute’. All the talking heads and all the Beltway cloud people on the “Right” were chanting how the report was going to be “devastating” and it would shake the foundations of democracy and what-not. Turns out, nothing much came of it.

    Always keep your expectations in check, and assume that if you think you’re being too cynical, the Government Party will find a way to prove you were not cynical enough.

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    • No, I think that I understand the prosecutor’s justification in that case, and I happen to agree with them. It would have de-evolved into a pissing contest about a person’s judgment calls. Very difficult to prove in court, and, given what else James Comey is guilty of … things that have his signature on a piece of paper that we now have … just not worth pursuing. Courts are expensive: use them wisely.

      We have other, better ways to put this dog in prison, and I think Mr. Horowitz is about to detail what they are. Also remember that “decline to prosecute now” does not mean that charges cannot be filed later, or merged into something else that’s bigger and badder.

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      • hokkoda says:

        I guess we’ll see, right? My point is that we were told the same baloney by Hannity, Graham, etc last time but nothing came of it.

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        • steph_gray says:

          And perhaps you haven’t read sundance’s extremely detailed analysis, at the time, of the stark difference between the actual content of that report and the partisan “executive summary” that was slapped on by Rosenstein and crew.

          I remain optimistic that Barr’s executive summary will be nothing like that one.

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          • hokkoda says:

            I’m relatively new to CTH, but will tell you that I’ve been saying that for years…that the Government Party waters everything down. Or, put another way, nobody ever gets fired from the Government Party. That’s what led me away from the GOP in the 2000’s. We had 3,000 Americans incinerated in a murderous bloodbath that was entirely preventable.

            Nobody got fired.

            It happens at lower levels too. I remember a bunch of firefighters got killed due to bureaucratic bungling during a forest fire. Nobody got fired. They were “reassigned”.

            The reason the Government Party hates Trump, well one of many reasons, is that he fires people. He doesn’t dick around and listen to excuses. He fires them. Some later go on TV or write a book and say that they quit, but it’s plainly obvious that they did not.

            I’m right to be cynical about this report. I’m right to expect that nothing of note will come out of it other than some “training” and they’ll say that everyone involved no longer works for the government so case-closed. That is how things work.

            I hope you are right. I really do. Experience tells me to trust my cynicism and be happy if I get surprised for once.

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  49. Lock her up! …uh, I forgot who. Oh well, tick tock!

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