IG Report – Continued, Specific, FISA Date Redactions…

Amid the predictive discussions by those who have followed the three-year background of the potential DOJ & FBI FISA issues, there was one very specific aspect CTH was looking for:  Would the IG report redact the dates of the Carter Page FISA application and renewals?

We got that answer today, and that answer, unfortunately, is yes:

Ask yourself what is the national security value in hiding those dates?  Why does the DOJ need to hide them?   Unfortunately the answer highlights an institutional decision.

On its face the dates seem like an overly granular question; perhaps even a small detail that few would notice.  However, for CTH readers that little detail exposes so much.

In 2018 Main Justice made a very specific decision, a very specific lie, that once told would forever set them on a path – from which there is no return.  It was during a time between July and December 2018 that CTH realized the DOJ had handcuffed themselves to a cover story; and that cover story foretold future conduct.

When Senate Intelligence Committee Vice-Chairman Mark Warner requested a copy of the FISA application back in early spring 2017, the Jeff Sessions’ DOJ produced a copy for review, date stamped by the FISC on March 17th, 2017.  That copy was seeded with a false date of origination.  The reason for the false date was the FBI leak taskforce initiated by Sessions.  The false date was a leak trap.

Investigators provided the FISA application to SSCI Vice-Chairman Warner with a false date and then they looked to see if media reports of that FISA application would surface.  If reports started surfacing, any report that used the false date would be attributable to the application given to the SSCI.  The source of the leak would be identified.

That’s exactly what happened.

♦ On March 17th, 2017, the Senate Intelligence Committee took custody of the FISA application used against Carter Page.   We know the FISA court delivered the read and return Top-Secret Classified application due to the clerk stamp of March 17, 2017.

(Page FISA Application, Link)

The FISA application (original and first renewal) was delivered to Senate Security Director James Wolfe.  Senator Mark Warner entered the basement SCIF shortly after 4:00pm on March 17, 2017, the day it was delivered (texts between Warner and Waldman):

Now, when SSCI Security Officer James Wolfe was indicted (unsealed June ’18), we could see the importance of the March 17th date again:

(Wolfe Indictment Link)

We could tell from the description within the Wolfe indictment FBI investigators are describing the FISA application.  Additionally Wolfe exchanged 82 text messages with his reporter/girlfriend Ali Watkins.  The FISA application is 83 pages with one blank page.

The logical conclusion was that Wolfe text Ali Watkins 82 pictures of the application.

FBI Investigators applied for, and received a search warrant for the phone records of journalist Ali Watkins through November 2017.  Ms. Watkins was notified in February 2018, three months after Wolfe was questioned by FBI investigators in December 2017.

However, despite the overwhelming (public) circumstantial evidence that Wolfe leaked the FISA application, he was never charged with leaking classified information.  Wolfe was only charged with lying three times to federal authorities, and he pled down to one count of lying to the FBI.

CTH made the case in mid 2018 that someone at the DOJ had influenced a decision not to charge Wolfe with the leaking of the FISA application; despite the FBI and DOJ having direct evidence of Wolfe leaking classified information.

The logical reason for the Rosenstein DOJ not to charge Wolfe with the FISA leak was because that charge would ensnare powerful Senators on the powerful committee.  Worse still, in hindsight we now see how that committee was working to aide the purposes and intents of the corrupt DOJ and FBI officials as they built their impeachment agenda.

Remember, the SSCI has intelligence oversight of the DOJ, DOJ-NSD, FBI and all associated counterintelligence operations. Additionally, when the FBI was investigating Wolfe for leaking classified documents, according to their court filings they had to inform the committee of the risk Wolfe represented.  Who did they have to inform?.. Chairman Richard Burr and Vice-Chair Mark Warner.

Think about it.  Both gang-of-eight members (Warner/Burr), who happened -as a consequence of the jaw dropping implications- to be two SSCI members who were warned by the FBI that Wolfe was compromised…. and they, along with Feinstein in 2016, were the co-conspirators who used James Wolfe.  The ramifications cannot be overstated.

Any criminal charges for leaking classified intelligence information against James Wolfe would likely result in a major scandal where the SSCI itself was outlined as participants in the weaponization of government for political intents.  Thus, the perfect alignment of interests for a dropped charge and DC cover-up.  REMEMBER:


If it wasn’t already transparently sketchy, in an act of serendipity and self-preservation, the accused Security Director James Wolfe evidenced the schemes when he threatened to subpoena members of the SSCI as part of his defense. [See Here]

[…] Attorneys for James A. Wolfe sent letters to all 15 senators on the committee, notifying them that their testimony may be sought as part of Mr. Wolfe’s defense, according to two people familiar with the matter.

[…] Mr. Wolfe’s defense lawyers are considering calling the senators as part of the proceedings for a variety of reasons, including as potential character witnesses and to rebut some of the allegations made by the government in the criminal complaint, these people say.  (link)

Immediately after threatening to subpoena the SSCI (July 27, 2018), the DOJ (Rosenstein authorizing) cut a deal with Wolfe and dropped the charges down to a single charge of lying to investigators.  However, someone in the FBI who was doing the investigative legwork wasn’t happy with that decision.

The overwhelming circumstantial evidence that Wolfe leaked the FISA application went from a strong suspicion, to damn certain (after the plea deal) when the DOJ included a sentencing motion in mid-December 2018.

On December 15th, 2018 the DOJ filed a response to the Wolfe defense teams’ own sentencing memo (full pdf), and within the DOJ response they included an exhibit (#13) written by the FBI [redacted] special agent in charge, which specifically says: “because of the known disclosure of classified information, the FISA application”… Thereby admitting, albeit post-plea agreement, that Wolfe did indeed leak the FISA:

(link to document)

Right there, in that FBI Special Agent description is the bombshell admission that James Wolfe leaked the Carter Page FISA application to journalist Ali Watkins at Buzzfeed.

We know the special agent who wrote exhibit #13 in the December filing was Special Agent Brian Dugan, Asst. Special Agent in Charge, Washington Field Office.  The same investigator who originally signed the affidavit in the original indictment against Wolfe.

So with hindsight there was absolutely no doubt that James Wolfe leaked the 83-page Carter Page FISA application on March 17, 2017.  Period.  It’s all documented with circumstantial and direct evidence; including the admissions from the FBI agent in charge.

So, why was SSCI Security Director James Wolfe allowed to plea to a single count of lying to investigators?  Because of the ramifications of Wolfe’s leak being directed by Senator Warner.

The DOJ covered-up the fact that Wolfe leaked the classified FISA application, and from that moment forward the DOJ was forever compromised by that corrupt decision.

During the 2016 and 2017 effort to weaponize the institutions of government against the outside candidacy of Donald Trump, the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI) was a participating entity. Dianne Feinstein, Richard Burr, Mark Warner, Daniel Jones, and James Wolfe were all participants of varying degrees. {Go Deep}

And it gets worse… because the corrupt small group appears to have leveraged what they knew about this DOJ coverup as recently as two months ago:

[…] The Senate intelligence committee examined the allegations about Downer, Mifsud and Halper, as part of its bipartisan investigation into the intelligence community’s assessment that Russia was responsible for attacking the 2016 election, and found nothing to substantiate any wrongdoing, a committee aide said. (read full article)

Facing a great deal of public pressure, when the DOJ released a public version of the Carter Page FISA application (July 21, 2018) they had to use the same copy sent to the SSCI on March 17th, 2017, or their leak trap would be exposed; and subsequently the Wolfe non-prosecution would be at risk of exposure.  The DOJ had to redact the dates because the leak trap FISA (dates) doesn’t match the original FISA application.

Once the DOJ made the March 17th, 2017, FISC copy the public copy they had to keep the dates redacted. Hence any further release of the FISA court needs to maintain that same date redacted standard.

Once the DOJ allowed James Wolfe to get away with leaking a highly classified FISA application, they committed themselves to always covering-up the fact the DOJ allowed James Wolfe to get away with leaking a classified FISA application.

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344 Responses to IG Report – Continued, Specific, FISA Date Redactions…

  1. Perot Conservative says:

    Why did Warner leak the FISA application? To embarrass Trump?

    How do we know Feinstein was in on it? O don’t doubt it … just curious.

    How many Senators know about the SSCI illegal behavior?

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    • islandpalmtrees says:

      Feinstein, Is an interesting mystery, she gives up her gang of eight seat and moves to the SSCI. Maybe, she was trying to do the right thing by getting SSCI exposed?


    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Why did Warner leak the FISA application?

      Short answer:
      Because Buzzfeed published the Steele Dossier in full.

      The Steele Dossier was SO ludicrous on it’s face even a hateful press WHO KNEW ABOUT IT FOR MONTHS wouldn’t touch it (with Isakoff/Corn being the notable exceptions)

      See Richard Engel give the backstory: “I wouldn’t even call them RUMORS” on the very day it was published

      It only was “legitimized” by J Edgar Comey briefing PE Trump on it and that meeting being leaked to CNN (Tapper, Sciutto, Perez, Bernstein)

      Buzzfeed followed CNN by publishing the whole thing.
      (I don’t believe this was part of “The Plan”. Rather they meant to keep it hidden as long as possible–otherwise CNN would have published it THEMSELVES with their article)

      So now the Dossier is out there for ALL TO SEE in it’s GLORIOUS ABSURDITY, the MSM trying to spin it as “INTEL” from a RELIABLE BRITISH INTELLIGENCE AGENT.

      Adam Schiff himself used it as HIS PRIMARY “EVIDENCE” for his investigation and in fact in his OPENING STATEMENT in the first public hearing about “Muh Russia”
      (The now infamous March 20 2017 HPSCI Hearing)

      This way:
      1) You can only put legitimate info in an application for a FISA warrant
      2) The IC obtained a FISA warrant on Carter Page–a KEY FIGURE in the Steele Dossier
      3) The Steele Dossier MUST be legitimate

      This was the MSM talking points….
      Until Devin Nunes went to court to obtain the bank records of FusionGPS showing that the dossier had been paid for by HRC.

      The MSM temporarily changed the narrative to the Steele Dossier being “Oppo-research” and “all campaigns do it”…..

      Until they PERMANENTLY changed the narrative….
      by giving us an ENTIRELY NEW ORIGIN story on DEC 30 2017…..

      It was a dark, rainy, chilly, foggy foggy night at a London Bar
      and George Papadopoulos told the Grand High Poobah from Australia:
      “Hey Alex……I met this GUY….and HE TOLD ME the Russians have dirt on Hillary in the form of 1000’s of emails…….
      now…..how about another gin and tonic, mate……(BUUUUUURRRPPP)”

      And the rest is history.

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      • First Spanglish’s comment, and now Krashman’s (as I have just encountered them). Just beautiful. Academy awards, or perhaps more appropriately, Medals of Honor for best informative comments, all around.

        I would only top off Krashman’s comment with: Why did Downer — an Ambassador, for ____ sakes — feel obliged to relay that foggy, foggy conversation with lowly Papadopoulos, and that tiny, lonely little tidbit about Russian dirt, weeks later? (And that question, even more than, “what the ____ was Downer doing in a drunken pub that night?”)

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        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          I’ve not gotten far enough in the IG FISA report to see how this is handled there….
          but the Mueller report conflates the May 10 Downer bar meeting with a May 6 meeting with Erika Thompson.
          I suspect Erika is too low on the totem pole to relay this kind of 5 Eyes info so Downer was used to do this instead.

          Oh and in the spirit of being fully accurate……..
          it was WINE not gin n’ tonics

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        • Mr e-man says:

          Remember, Papadop did not tell Downer about the emails even though Downer fished hard and was recording him. Papadop had told Azra Turk ( not her real name), a honeypot spy that was run at Papadop, that he was told Russia had the emails. Since the 5 eyes countries have agreed not to spy on each other (yeah right), that means what he told her could not be used.

          So Downer made a run at him that was unsuccessful. I believe Papadop even denied knowing about Hillarys emails.

          If you read Downers description of Papadops statement carefully, you will notice Downer cleverly disguises and confuses the dates to make it “sound” like Papadop told Downer. But he didn’t. That extra time was probably the coup leaders trying to decide how to proceed.

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    • lieutenantm says:

      This SUNDANCE analysis is brilliant and WE MUST force all this up into the public eye.
      I have tweeted Trump, suggesting Guliani Sue of Trump sue the IG AND OR PROSECUTE THE SOB!
      But I am shadow banned on Twitter so can some of you do this?


    • daniel1335 says:

      As Sundance noted, all certified copies of the original warrant and first renewal were dated 3/17/17, but with one exception. The name and date on PDF page 181 for Judge Mosmans’ approval of the first renewal is redacted. Why?

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    • Yes
      We don’t know if Feinstein was in on it as a participant but was clearly aware of it.
      Burr and Warner, at least and that is all that would be needed.
      Go back to the very first time Clapper, Brennan and Comey alleged began briefing the gang of 8 and you can see that they all were supportive of ALL bureaucratic efforts to prevent Trump from winning and if he won to get him removed from office.
      Warner and Burr are in my humble opinion criminals who should be charged and tried and hopefully convicted of leaking classified information and conspiracy to overthrow the legally elected POTUS and nullify the 2016 election results.

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    • swal106 says:

      The big question in my mind is this, Are we going then to see Barr, Durham suggesting and filing charges against all those involved in that leak, or not? If they do not, then they owe “king sized” apologies to Flynn, Page, Papadapolous and maybe even Manafort and Stone.


  2. uptothere says:

    So many corrupt officiados – too few honest sheriffs.

    Liked by 17 people

    • fangdog says:

      However, we now know who are the crooks and it is not just Democrat leaders. What we do know more than what is comfortable are crooks.

      An example; I live in Devin Nunes’s district. I do know he and his family from way back. I do know he is not one of the crooks. Can everyone say that much about their representative? Of course not. What everyone can say, if they are honest with themselves, Trump is not one of the crooked.

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      • zekness says:

        certainly not in this regard and circumstance I totally agree…

        obviously this is true.

        however, I want to point out a contradiction your points make: does anyone hear really know donald trump on a personal level, as you have indicated with your knowledge down at street level with nunes?

        not trying to be annoying…but that sort of hard to accept on its face..at least from a logical and realitic point of view.

        If I may: the lesson being demonstrated in full spectrum is that voters MUST verify everyone all the time.

        and its places like this at CTH where we have to great fortune of really solid investigators who are dead serious about revealing truth with facts.

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        • Linda K. says:

          We don’t know Trump personally, but he is very transparent with his thoughts and official actions. He tells the people the plan and that is all we can hope for in a leader. He also seems to like the country and he likes the people, in spite of his billionaire, elite standing. I believe the term blue collar billionaire was given him, because he respects the middle and working class.

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          • zekness says:

            that’s my point precisely Linda K. We hear it ..we listen to it…from afar and from a heavy rhetoric of the politic.

            the OP suggest he KNOWS NUNES, personally.

            so he has the “advantage of knowing real character and comparing this to his public work”

            that’s a competely different world of difference for most constituents…for the vast majority, I might have met trump or my state officials in a rally, or rarely at a public town hall type of event. But I do not have the advantage of KNOWING them.

            my point, is we have to verify and avoid the error of assuming officials are always going to be representing properly…

            history suggests this highest proven evidence of corruption takes place “behind the scenes” esp in the DC circle.

            My view is that my candidate must act correctly and with the highest standards..anything less and he does not have my support..period.

            because looking the other way, or worse not caring at all, is exactly what allows corruption to go on and on.

            as we are noticing right now in full color across the board.


          • Issy says:

            I’ve read a long time ago that the working people in New York really liked him.


        • Zippy says:

          “the lesson being demonstrated in full spectrum is that voters MUST verify everyone all the time”

          Which is far more than most are willing to take the time to do since they will never get the truth without serious digging on their own since that digging is not done for them for all candidates, not even here.


          • zekness says:

            I agree…its a sound bite nation with a heavy dose of confirmation bias.

            I think it’s OUR duty to get the word out within our circle of influence.

            in the last year, I have probably sent over 100 fact based emails and links urging friends and family members to consider what they see on tv isn’t reality. And that has been 50/50….And encouraging the same to do more than just vote every 4 years. To get involved. Mostly at local level. To attend local political events and ask hard questions…and to put forward concerns..

            activism is really important…its the best way to get people to realize they actually have power..to remind them.

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        • Harvester of Sorrow says:

          This may sound like complete hogwash to you. But one of my closest friends is a secret service agent who has guarded the last three presidents. He says unequivocally that President Trump is extremely smart, underestimated and absolutely wears them out with his energy. He said he is the most sincere president he has guarded. I know a few funny stories, but too long to write here.

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      • Mr e-man says:

        Mine is either crooked or stupid, or both.

        None of that is good either, Harley Rouda.

        Liked by 1 person

    • California Joe says:

      Well Horowitz is no honest sheriff! The FBI opens a full scale counter intelligence investigation into the Trump Campaign on the flimsiest of evidence in 2016…meanwhile in 2015, Hunter Biden returns from China on Air Force One with the Vice President of the United States and a check for $1.5 billion from the same government responsible for the launch of ICBM missiles over Japan at Hawaii and the FBI investigates NOTHING??

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  3. jingosam says:

    As I quickly skimmed through the report after it was released this afternoon, I was struck by the seemingly illogical act of redacting dates. Dates for God’s sake! What’s going on here? Well, now I understand. An amazing piece of work, sir! One that I will definitely bookmark. Keep it up!

    Liked by 23 people

    • islandpalmtrees says:

      Yes, Sundance is amazing!

      Liked by 9 people

      • John says:

        Everything is amazing!


      • zekness says:

        indeed….this is expert level mastery of laser focus on the details with a solid read state of context and events and prior publications.

        what I found most interesting is that SD determined the point of the first release to run a gambit for leakers….I have not read that before….and yet, there it IS….right there in the record

        (in the standard 60′ martial arts campy movies)

        Sundance, your kung fu..is very good.

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    • All Too Much says:

      I think a lot of people will be struck by the dates being redacted.
      Sundance explains, and its taken me a lot of reading and rereading Sundance on the Wolfe/March 17/SSCI issue to finally, I think, get it. All they have left in terms of covering up what Wolfe did, leak the 82/3 page document, is hiding behind those related dates. They DOJ/SSCI. et al. are forced to hide behind redacted dates, redactions which beg for answers. Wolfe goes down, they all go down. I think.

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      • All Too Much says:

        *redacted, not related.


      • zekness says:

        last sentence….yes

        there are ways to squeeze wolfe…but there is a timing issue that needs attention to make it have any impact.

        read my other post…


      • dallasdan says:

        Wolfe doesn’t go down unless Barr calls the shot. I seriously doubt it happens, dates known or not.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Jan says:

        So who do we report the Senators on the Intel Committee to? AG Barr, Senate ethics, who??? Or is the deal Warner and Burr step down from the Senate since neither are running for re-election? Where does that leave the rest of them? If we’re ever going to get these bozos out of the House and the Senate, crooked Dimms and Republicans alike, what do we do next?

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      • rebelinme2 says:

        It seems in their attempt to cover up evidence of wrongdoing, they always highlight what they are trying to cover up.. IE : the redactions of just the part of the date seem to put a magnification of the precise cover up. The first thing my attention is drawn to in all of their reports is the redaction marks, .. to study what they are hiding.

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        • TarsTarkas says:

          Highlighted only to political junkies like the people on this site. Most people don’t care. And the NeverTrumpers say ‘dates? Shmates? Don’t matter! Orange man Bad!’ I should know, my whole family are NT’s. We don’t talk politics much.

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    • I copy such articles as this to my computer in their entirety, complete with all images, along with the URL of the web page they are on (the only thing I don’t copy are the specific links to other pages). I want to be able to read all of this offline, whenever I feel the need.

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    • genjake says:

      I had a little different take. The dates were redacted because of an impending indictment. During the trial the real dates would be used as evidence when compared to the leaked document. Also, it’s likely that a reduced sentence was negotiated for testimony as to who on the committee (Warner) told him to leak the document to the press. The Barr bunch have been very good at keeping their cards close to their vests. Cases are popping up without any early leaking like the Hillary campaign contribution case currently in the news. When Durham/Barr release their report this incident of leaking from the intel committee may be included.

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    • LivLovely101 says:

      I think that by redacting dates, it brings more attention to them. Anyone would wonder why dates need the black marker. Names of people, businesses, date of birth, phone numbers etc, make sense. But DATES?

      It’s like a giant flashing sign saying: Pay attention and LOOK AT ME, THERE’S BSOMETHING BIG HERE!

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  4. islandpalmtrees says:

    You know there is still a big mystery here, at least for me. The director of the CIA, was clearly involved in this both in her position as Chief of Station in London and later as Director. And I have not seen her name referenced on any document or Called to testify.

    The same can be said for the Gang Of Eight less one. I would still like to know, if Paul Ryan arrange for the loss of the house in order to place it in the hands of Speaker Pelosi?

    Liked by 9 people

    • Truth and Liberty says:

      I don’t have sny hard proof but plenty of circumstantial evidence. You can go back and look priorcto the election there were several articles written about Ryan kicking pack money out to packs for Dem reps running and refusing money to several Rep canidates. Don’t remember the exact articles but should be find it on internet.

      Liked by 2 people

    • dallasdan says:

      Your query is reasonable and thought provoking. Perhaps Ryan saw it all coming and preferred losing a Repub House majority as a defensive reaction to protect himself and others.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Patriot1783 says:

      Ryan’s actions by not campaigning for himself and fellow republicans in house 2018…left no doubt in who benefited.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Right to reply says:

      Yes, Ryan. Now working at FAUX News along with the liar and cheat Donna Brazille. Don’t forget Goudy and Chaffetz. Why did they give up their seats? Why did all the others? It was so they could continue to try and bring down the duly elected POTUS. Time to reveal the back channel earnings of these POS!

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    • Ken Medearis says:

      “Arrange” is an interesting word. Let’s not forget the unprecedented number of GOPe representatives that chose to retire and not run for re-election, most fairly late in the election cycle. If memory serves the number was greater than 50

      Liked by 2 people

    • dd_sc says:

      Paul Ryan was quick to freeze Devin Nunes with an ethics charge.

      Then he and the House GOPe took a dive in the 2018 midterms.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Mr e-man says:

      Ask yourself who was swamp rat John McCains running mate? Therein you will find the answer of Ryan’s loyalties and a road map to his motivations and actions.

      Liked by 1 person

  5. zekness says:

    excellent analysis and puzzle solving.

    one needs to examine both financial records of wolfe AND the watkins..

    look at the specific dates of certain monies they both carry non-normal securities.

    the rest is academic.

    one will be able to determine specifically what securities and where they are held and links is by looking at a flight booking made july 2017. (wolfe)

    note: warner has ties with blackstone and british IC…and some laundry duty made possible with JPMorg.

    durham…are you getting this?



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  6. AnotherView says:

    Brilliant,brilliant analysis as always Sundance! Clear, succinct layout. My cold anger has reached the boiling point over this pack of criminals.

    Liked by 3 people

  7. Pew-Anon says:

    Never mind the fact that it can hardly be considered a cover up when we know what happened thanks to the efforts of investigators like SD. What I want to know is, what’s the point of setting a “leak trap” when the thing actually works and catches a huge perp (a sitting Senator) red handed…and then nothing? Who were the setters of this trap and why was there no follow up from them?

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    • zekness says:

      they did not realize how the leaking was being conducted…it was not targeted..they needed to determine the source of leak and associates and also the scope…it could have easily been a far more damaging scale of treason for instance..selling state secrets etc. You don’t want to assume it’s only a “regular” press leak.

      when that happened…oh…that guy? he’s friendly to us..nevermind,knuckle rap..

      but the FBI says ..whataminute…this is serious business..

      which explains why CIA sent that sympathetic appeal to the judge for a light sentence.

      can’t bury it…but you can lessen its effects with damage control and brush it all away.

      and you would want to do this to encourage wolfe to take a plea and shut his pretty mouth about other CIA activities …

      this is where political influence from the IC destroys the justice system ..

      as we are observing right now with this charade impeachment by the dims

      it ALL goes back to a failed CIA coup.

      the dirty details does not alter this origin.

      THIS is why the IC must be reviewed by congress and have substantially less powers…

      with POWERFUL SPECIFIC penalties for failure to remain within the law.

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  8. Hannity is a complete dotard at times, but he did get Carter Page to confirm strongly tonight what was suggested in the FISA report. Carter Page is CIA.

    The question becomes, was he in on the surveillance or not. I am leaning towards that he was working with Brennan but not quite sure on that. This FISA report left holes that you could drive a 747 through, as many here suspected it would.

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    • dallasdan says:

      Yep. Barr earned another varsity letter on the Deep State team.

      Liked by 1 person

    • missycaulk says:

      I read this article this AM. Pretty good digging on Carter Page’s history. What do you think? https://monsieuramerica.com/2019/12/08/the-trident-scholar-report/

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    • Mr e-man says:

      Page is an odd duck but I find him hard to believe. He acts dumb but really isn’t so why the act? More importantly, he keeps talking about suing and going to court and getting to the bottom of it but he never has. He noted he was doing his own lawyering which is foolish. Someone like Sydney Powell would have had his case in court getting discovery long ago.

      It has long been obvious, especially by the lack of any charges against Carter Page, that a FISA against him was not justified. His constitutional rights were violated. His name has been dragged through the mud. Why does he basically sit idly by?

      I suspect that Carter Page was a mole in the Trump camp. He let the FBI use him for a FISA warrant. He was working with them. His appearances are all meant to be subterfuge. Pretending to be something he is not. Like spies do.

      There’s something unsettling about that guy. Something not quite right.

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      • Exactly. If Page had his rights violated, there would be 1000 ambulance chasing attorneys beating down his door. Yet somehow, he still doesn’t have legal counsel that I am aware of. The most logical conclusion is that his rights were not actually violated because he was in on the scam.


  9. Perot Conservative says:


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  10. CopperTop says:

    Can’t Collins read the dates into the Congressional record to get around the secrecy

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  11. lewfarge48 says:

    Do we really know if there was not a PAP FISA, or a Flynn Fisa or who else FISA ???
    I have not studied all the report but I am not sure there were no other FISA warrants addressed – I think there had to be a whole lot more FISA apps / warrants during this time period that are not at all part of this.
    If some one knows, please reply.
    Thanks !

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  12. gerkmonster says:

    I think the real BIG UGLY is coming in October 2020. Trump has to expose all these yahoos. DECLASSIFY EVERYTHING.
    Barr and Durham. You are running out of time to start throwing people in jail or at least expose them so you have 4 more years to prosecute them. If you don’t it is Civil War.


    • dallasdan says:

      I wish I shared your confidence, but I do not. October 2020 is far too late. Any “October surprises” are generally ignored as sensational and desperate stunts.

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      • pepeekeocom says:

        Comey’s statement on Hillary on October 28, 2016 is seen by many to have cost her the election. Maybe an “October surprise declassification” wouldn’t be too late. It might even be necessary to overcome all the voting “irregularities” the Democrats have planned for the 2020 election.

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  13. nobaddog says:

    What a mess. Its unfixable. Everyone’s in on it.

    Liked by 2 people

    • WIVoter says:

      This is the one thing that I will remember about the Trump presidency. Donald Trump has exposed the systemic rot in every facet of Washington, District of Criminals and it is abundantly clear that it is not fixable. The only thing keeping this country from exploding is our restraint. I can’t help but thinking that, since this is a spiritual battle, God is the one restraining us from committing grievous sins.

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    The malicious use of Carter Page as a pawn in this smear campaign was despicable. So what if he worked with the CIA?? He was trying to assist his countries national security. Instead they spun him around and sodomized his character.
    And James Wolfe, Ali Watkins, Mark Warner, you are the contemptible scumbag pieces of filth that smeared his name in public as a Russian spy.
    I hope to God Page sues the collective rat pack for a billion dollars.

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    • usmclt says:

      Every single Carter Page interview I have seen displays an emotionless, yet somewhat amused character. Any normal human being, undergoing a figurative public sodomy such as this, would exhibit strong personal emotions such as anger or fear. Carter Page shows none of that, which makes me strongly doubt that he is any kind of victim here. Instead, I see Carter Page as a necessary tool in the Intelligence Community’s effort to infiltrate the Trump campaign. The real Carter Page is an immoral sociopath, an ideal CIA asset.

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      • Pew-Anon says:

        The fact that Lindsey Graham publicly endorsed Page’s victim-hood makes it all the more likely Page is no victim..


      • zekness says:

        carter page does come off this way….but if I may…know some people who were cadet classmates..this IS authentic page. I didn’t press to know if he has some type of tick…but it would appear so…

        in fact, it’s not that rare. Anyone ever watch drew Brees? almost the same perculiar non verbal gestures.

        it would appear that page was induced to perform a service, and as all military veterans can attest..it is definitely alluring when called. It’s part of the DNA.

        I don’t fault page..considering that likely he was told a very awful story about how russian embeds had penetrated into the trump administration. I mean what red blooded american would not take that call.

        What is sad, is that the general public will likely see page as he appears…which is definitely unfortunate…as I said he has both a speaking wisp…and some non verbal ticks. and for many people that seems too uncomfortable to actually listen to what he has to say.

        My own view is, this story isn’t yet complete. I want more information from other sources. A trial and a law suit might bring them forward to offer the needed info to really inspect what happened.

        SD has done a yeoman’s work to get to the very heart of the matter ..and for that, my hat’s off…solid stuff!


    • TarsTarkas says:

      It wasn’t malicious. He like George P were active participants in the Prevent-Trump campaign. George P was discarded after his mission failed, Carter was kept on to keep the two-hopping ability legal by occasionally calling Trump people. IMO he’s just trying to get on the ‘right’ side of history now.


  15. TANGO268 says:

    Mr. Snerdley – put this on the show TODAY!

    Liked by 1 person

  16. Bill Dumanch says:

    Why does all this skullduggery resemble…Arkansas?
    Enquiring Minds….

    Liked by 1 person

  17. arze says:

    October 21, 2016 FISA application date confirmed by DOJ, officially, finally.

    The DOJ IG Horowitz Dec. 9, 2019 FISA paper confirms the initial Oct. 21, 2016 FISA application, as follows:

    [[[[[On October 18, 2016, three days before the first FISA application was submitted to the FISC, and after speaking with Steele that morning, Ohr requested a meeting with, and that same day met with McCabe to share Steele’s and Simpson’s information with him.]]]]]

    See Page 391 of document.

    October 21, 2018, subtract “three days” = October 18, 2016

    It may be FBI Director Wray’s boys redacted all the exact dates, i.e., all the 21s that came after October, but missed the above because they are not excellent proof readers, who knows.

    Also, a minor note perhaps to many, but for me, not at all minor.

    It is worth exploring whether, when the “FBI opened the Manafort money laundering investigation in January 2016, before the opening of Crossfire Hurricane and before Manafort joined the Trump campaign” — whether this was done at urging of Oleg Deripaska — whom the Obama gang wanted to use as an informant to nail Trump. Instead, Manafort got nailed. I am wondering if this was done as a favor to Derispaka — a favor by the same criminals that accused Trump of cavorting with Russians. More than a year ago, I read on The Saker blog that Putin thought the Mueller fantasy was a fraud, but according to Saker, Putin was pleased Manafort was being nailed. I D K.

    Also, IG just mentions in passing that Deputy AGs Sally Yates and Rod Rosenstein failed to do their job. Almost as an afterthought
    [[[[[Based upon the information in the application, Yates told us that when she approved and signed the first application, she did not believe it presented a close call from a legal sufficiency standpoint, and she was comfortable that the request for FISA authority sought by the FBI was an appropriate investigative step to take. Similarly, Rosenstein told us that by the time he signed Renewal Application No. 3 probable cause was not “a great stretch” and seemed obvious to him, given that the prior applications relied upon the same information that had been approved and granted three times by federal judges.]]]]]

    If this is accurate, Rosenstein did not comprehend that it is for DOJ to verify FISA material, not the court. Imagine, Rosenstein relied on the information because judges had previously approved them — but, based on DOJ assertions. This is as troubling as anything else.

    As is the fact Rosenstein was actively trying to verify Steele Dossier [[[[[Additionally, as described in earlier chapters, beginning in early 2017, Boente and later Rosenstein requested multiple briefings on the Crossfire Hurricane investigation, which included, among many topics, updates on the FBI’s continued efforts to assess Steele and his information.]]]]]

    This level of incompetence is matched by Yates.

    Her [[[[[Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General (PADAG) Matthew Axelrod, Ohr’s direct
    supervisor in 2016, told us that he would have expected to know about Ohr’s communications with Steele and the FBI. Axelrod stated that if ODAG officials had known, they would have questioned Ohr’s involvement and determined whether the FBI had the ability to “pull him out” of acting as a conduit between Steele and the FBI.]]]]]

    Ohr at the time was Associate Deputy Attorney General (ODAG), and neither Yates, nor Axelrod, nor AG Lynch, according to Horowitz’ brew, had any idea Ohr was freelancing for the FBI.

    This is commonly known as incompetence.

    In the incompetent and corrupt Yates was too busy sticking her nose in where it did not belong, trying to nail Flynn — using the 1799 Logan Act — instead of actually supervising the idiots who were her direct reports.

    The question is why such gross incompetence is just glossed over by Horowitz. The answer is Horowitz is grossly incompetent and corrupt.

    Speaking of Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General (PADAG) and Associate Deputy Attorney General (ADAG), here’s a few names we all know:

    Ford administration, Rudy Giuliani (ADAG) [Giuliani of course was Associate Attorney General in the Reagan administration]

    Clinton administration, Merrick Garland (PADAG)

    George W. Bush administration, Christopher A. Wray (PADAG); Ted Cruz (ADAG)


    Thank you Sundance for a week’s worth of work in a single day. My highlight of the day was Durham’s press statement, followed by I don’t know where to begin. Perhaps the sun will never shine on this malice and obstruction of the Trump presidency. I still don’t think enough recognize the Volcano we are now sitting on.

    Should it blow as fully as need be, nothing will ever be the same.

    How big will it blow, and will the explosion have the force and impact and fire absolutely needed at this most critical juncture in US history — a long overdue great cleansing?

    Will Barr/Durham get to the beginning and to the end of it, and everything in between, or not?

    Bill Barr and the Mona Lisa: you’re the man of the hour, and will you deliver for her and us? Don’t give up the ghost. . . .

    . . . .There is nothing in between
    You and the Mona Lisa
    Nothing in particular
    And everything in between
    This is what you mean to me
    Only you and only me
    Climbing in the right direction
    On the way to everything . . . .
    -Shawn Colvin


  18. Idealemufarm says:

    I’m going to guess it was a sting operation. The copies leaked to WaPo, CNN, and NYT etc. had different dates that let the government know who each leaker was and who they leaked to. The dates are still redacted because of on-going investigations.


    • JL says:

      It also gives Trump and Barr a boatload of leverage against Mark Warner, and possibly Burr as well.


      • Pew-Anon says:

        Dangling prosecution of crimes as leverage is called “blackmail”, and it’s what the corrupt left does. We should have no part of it. If anyone, including sitting Senators, have committed crimes, they need to be prosecuted with all due diligence and process. Anything less is corruption.

        Liked by 1 person

        • zekness says:

          not the same thing..if you have fact evidence and weight circumstantial to coroborate, but there are other leads that have less weight..you DO leverage these defendants…because you want to know the entire scope of corruption..

          this is the lesson from the failures of the FBI…only in those cases, we have seen they just don’t follow up and sometimes just end an investigation and kill it when they “catch the wrong person” (looking at you hilary)

          the lawful tools of course must be completely spotless..but an agressive law enforcements also asserts its proper powers to go where the evidence leads.

          it is literally how one BUILDS CASES.

          you go into these things, not knowing scale..you assume nothing.

          but as you go along you get sufficient reasons you need to look more broadly and in some cases, very specifically in a related area.

          so I would not agree that the strategies are wrong….it’s how you CONDUCT yourself and keep the law your guiding light and even if it looks like you can’t get what the law allows, and when the evidence says you are wrong, you stop…

          that’s the difference.


          • Pew-Anon says:

            All of that is true in the context of leverage in a “criminal investigation”. It is not true, however, in the context of “political” leverage, in other words dangling the threat of prosecution to compel political outcomes, which is the only leverage that makes sense in the context of your OP. That kind of leverage is indeed blackmail. It’s what the corruptocracy does, and we should have no part in it.


    • By now, everybody should know that “redacted because of on-going investigations” is a Big Lie, only believed through constant repetition. As we have seen over and over, and as Sundance’s article above chisels into stone yet again, the redactions are cover-up only…and cover-up of what? Reread Sundance’s piece again, and arze’s comment just above: the answer is cover-up, not just of the criminality, but their incompetence. And why “incompetence”? Because WE KNOW ALREADY, too much for their pathetic attempts at cover-up to work on us. (Scene: the end of Star Trek episode “City on the Edge of Forever”; Edith Keeler, Capt. Kirk’s love interest, has just been run over, and Dr. McCoy yells, “Jim, I could have saved her! Do you know what you’ve done?”, and Spock says, “He knows, Doctor; he knows”)

      WE KNOW.

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  19. Bert Darrell says:

    All of the above comes to corroborate, once more, that politicians are -always and everywhere- the most despicable people on Earth and will, without hesitation or remorse, sell their country, friends and colleagues for money and power. That is the most salient reason why great countries and empires have not lasted long past their former time of glory.

    Liked by 3 people

    • IGiveUp says:

      Yes. And people don’t get to pick and choose the stage in their country’s life cycle that they’ll be alive in. We simply have to accept what we get. Live long enough and you find that you have one foot stuck in one stage and one foot in the next. If it feels like you’re being torn apart, it should.

      (In real life I apply long-term cycle theory to financial markets. For people interested in this, check out Strauss & Howe 4th Turning stuff, or Kondratieff wave theory as a start.)

      Anyway, my point is that the tumultuous/revolutionary events we’re living through are to be expected. Jefferson’s quote about the necessity of “watering the tree of liberty” from time to time is often used to justify violence in the course of seeking freedom. But in a more philosophical/metaphorical way, it can mean that eventually we will get back to the place in the life cycle of nations where it will be necessary to start over, and that the structures that got us through our first 200 years reasonably shouldn’t be expected to last forever. We’d have to re-build them. And I guess that’s where we are today, and what the next generation to come of age has ahead of them as their life task.

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  20. TwoLaine says:

    The other thing that jumped out at me when reading the report yesterday was that 4 different judges ruled on the 4 different FISA aps. Of course.

    Here is something else we have recently learned about the STINKING ROT in The SWAMP, that I also think James Wolfe used as leverage.

    1.) He knew all about the Awan Bros & their corrupt cabal and enterprises on capitol hill.

    2.) He knew all about Jackson Cosko and his corrupt enterprises on capitol hill, plus all of those who are implicated.

    What happened to these corrupt people who SEVERLY jeopardized our national security, possibly for decades to come, and who bilked taxpayers out of million$$$$$$? Slaps on the wrist.

    So, why would Wolfe get anything more, when he easily could blow the lid off these two corrupt enterprises and everyone involved in them? What they did is MUCH, MUCH worse.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      BTW, Lyin’ Paul Ryan was in this up to his neck too.


    • We the people know says:

      32 East 69th Street
      What do I mean?
      This is a government owned building that was once an official Iranian residence.
      It’s owned by the State Department who took it over due to the dust up with Iran in the 1980’s.
      Who did the State Dept rent this super-luxury residence to from 1992 to 1996 for $15,000/month?
      Florida financial adviser Jeffrey Epstein.
      Back in 1992 Epstein was already connected to the State Department!

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      • Zippy says:

        “that was once an official Iranian residence”

        Likely meaning it was already sufficiently bugged (and not just by the US) in advance of the Epstein blackmail operation to deter “disobedient” pols?


    • Pew-Anon says:

      I respectfully disagree with Rosiak that the coverup was for no other reason than the election season. If that’s so, then why was the case not pursued “after’ the election season? No, it should be obvious to everyone listening to Rosiak’s body of facts — as it should be obvious to him as well — that everyone covering up were getting paid to do so. This was a bribery scheme where our national security was being sold, a la Hillary’s server, and the willing congressional participants who granted access were getting kickbacks. Plain as day. Wish it was as plain to so-called investigative journalists

      Liked by 1 person

      • TwoLaine says:

        I get your point, BUT… When is it NOT an election season for the DIMs? They are constantly in MONEY MODE. 😉

        I also don’t understand where ILLary’s server comes in. This is not about ILLary.

        Finally, I respectfully disagree with your calling Luke a so-called investigative journalist, and will let his work speak for why.


        • Pew-Anon says:

          “…a la Hillary’s server…

          My point was the Awan scandal is analogous to the server scandal. Both were schemes to provide access to national security for a bribe. Obviously this is not about Hillary, but it’s definitely like Hillary. DWS and God knows who else were getting paid to provide national security access to foreign agents like Awan. Plain as day. That’s the naked corruption that no one seems willing to acknowledge, including so-called investigative journalists like Rosiak. His work did speak for itself, which is why I disagree.


  21. JL says:

    On the plus side, Trump and Barr now OWN Mark Warner.

    Liked by 2 people

  22. Bogeyfree says:

    One would think when this kind of statement is made………

    “Nothing is more important than the credibility and integrity of the FBI and the Department of Justice“

    That they would want to ensure all details such as the one Sundance is alluding to in this thread would be clarified and transparent for all right?

    After all didn’t they say they work for the American people or was it Senator Warner?

    How can anyone ever think integrity when they continue to protect their own in DC?

    Nice post Sundance!

    Liked by 1 person

  23. Bogeyfree says:

    So how do we get OANN to ask Mr. Barr……..

    Why is the DOJ protecting Senator Warner by redacting the dates of the Cater Page FISA application and renewals?

    Don Jr. maybe you can help on this one??

    Liked by 2 people

  24. tommylotto says:

    The redaction of those renewal dates was the first thing that jumped out at me. I’m not sure SD’s speculation as to the reason is correct though. The dates were clearly used in a leak trap. Wolfe clearly got caught leaking the FISA application. The question is why is DOJ still hiding the actual dates of the renewals. The most obvious, and most hopeful, speculation is that the hidden dates are still relevant to an on going leak investigation / prosecution. It does not make sense that it is for the purpose of covering up for the Wolfe leak, because as mentioned above, to anyone reading SD’s research, that cat is already out of the bag.

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  25. MicD says:

    Crimes from so many quarters.

    Here Justice, here boy, “honey the you seen Justice?”
    “No I haven’t seen Justice in quite a while”.

    Some entity must be Obstructing Justice.
    Logically, a conspiracy to do so.

    All of this will not end well for them.


  26. wightmanfarm says:

    I wonder if Horowitz even knows the meaning of “political bias”.


  27. wightmanfarm says:

    How could a date be of national interest concern? Such BS. There is no reason for a date to be redacted.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. wightmanfarm says:

    I say, Horowitz is exhibiting political bias in his reports. He needs to be fired.

    Liked by 1 person

  29. Doug Amos says:

    It’s all about credibility and that is Sundance and he is on our side. Politically, you are smarter than 95% of all Americans if you just read and understand him. By sheer osmosis, other minds get opened. Many just drive by but some stop and look; interested in learning more. All these #’s grow; The Deplorables are not shrinking, they are expanding. The future looks good; do not be despondent. Truth and knowledge are mighty steeples; how can we not win? 3 years ago Rubio or Bush or Cruz seemed like they would be the people in our minds today not Sundance who would sometimes be mentioned on Drudge as having cracked another puzzle or President Trump who now dwarfs the world. Who, on the other side is comparable to either of them?

    Liked by 1 person

  30. Clara says:

    I’m still waiting for Marie Barfbag to apologize on air to Molly Hemmingway.

    Liked by 1 person

  31. dasantacroce says:

    After a night of digesting the “report” I have arrived at a conclusion. The undoing of democrat corruption will be Hunter Biden, his monkey and a stripper. The almighty will be undone by a whore mongering drunkard.

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  32. CM-TX says:

    Re. Chapter ii, page 19:

    Here’s why it was allowed to happen…

    {NOTE: I’m still having “what the sh!t?!” Fits, to some of these lax arse policies/ NO standards for investigations I keep reading!}


    🙄 Predicate ==>> “Preliminary INVESTIGATION can be opened on the basis of ANY ‘ALLEGATION -OR- information’ indicative of POSSIBLE criminal activity, or threats to the National Security.”
    *(EMPHASIS mine)*

    To that I say, “That’s IT??”
    So if we ALL call up to report that Schiff & a bunch of Congress Crooks are LIARS, & conspiring to orchestrate a COUP against the President. Are they going to open an investigation? (No!) Despite plenty of probable cause = physical/circumstantial evidence saying it is decidedly so! 🤨

    If you don’t see the problem with this low bar– you haven’t been paying attention.
    Consider the many reports of VALID calls/contact made to FIB that go IGNORED, only to end in tragedies that might’ve been prevented/lessened.
    Or the “lone” terrorist that we always learn of AFTER-THE-FACT, was already on their radar.

    Specific Case in point: concerned family/citizens made several calls to FIB concerning a certain HS student in Broward Co, FL …… that did exactly what was warned about.

    Wray’s GOT to GO.. & if PDJT had only listed to Gohmert on Hannity (c.Oct 16ish) – he warned him to “SACK Wray immediately!”

    FTR: (Gohmert knows their dirty. He watched them decades ago ransack a suspiciously dead Congressional Office– w/o any cause or warrant. [He mentions it in a committee hearing re. the Awan Scandal, b/c it STILL bothers him!

    Liked by 2 people

    • Jaap Titulaer says:

      Yeah, a PRELIMINARY investigation may be opened on almost any basis. The standard is that you can properly describe it in a sentence or a few sentences.

      But that is not what was started on July 31st 2016 (if that date is even true). They started a FULL ‘ENTERPRISE’ investigation on this flimsy basis.
      And that, as I understand, is not how it’s supposed to work.


  33. DSP2 says:

    Trump authorized the declass, all he has to do is tweet the page numbers and the corresponding dates. BOOM!!!


  34. S&WJM625 says:

    Why not do like the deep state is doing/has done and file false charges against the Trump haters.It seems to work for all departments of the federal government to make stuff up and keep falsifying documents. We are living with a fake government so why not use the same logic and underhandedness and bring up fake charges on everyone.
    The US bureaucrat qovernment is doing it to US why can’t we do it to them?


  35. Richie says:

    One of the primary tools utilized by the Obama-era DOJ to surveille the Trump campaign was the figure of Carter Page – and that IG Horowitz never once sat down and interviewed Mr. Page despite Page repeatedly requesting that he do so?

    Let that sink in.

    Liked by 1 person

  36. MJAlexander says:

    There can be no better argument made for an amendment to the Constitution establishing mandatory term limits for all federal officials. Congress, of course, will never propose this… the Founders provided an alternative remedy: An Artcle V Convention of States. #COSProject

    Liked by 1 person

  37. MJAlexander says:

    There can be no better argument made for an amendment to the Constitution establishing mandatory term limits for all federal officials. Congress, of course, will never propose this… the Founders provided an alternative remedy: An Artcle V Convention of States. #COSProject


  38. JUZSAYN says:

    The IG chooses to not assign a motive, ie Political Bias, but with the abundance of facts surly a motive exists. The IG says what it was not, but not what it was. So we wait for Durum to reveal the motive that drove all these seemingly bright accomplished lawyers to destroy their carriers and the FBI/DOJ.
    As a matter of fact I can believe it wasn’t political bias, which means it was worse.

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  39. anthonydog says:

    Ryan worked for and was close to Jack Kemp. Kemp was a partner with Dennis Montgomery in the venture that created THE HAMMER.


    THE HAMMER, the Whistleblower Tapes, and Dennis Montgomery were written about and published on March 17, 2017:

    Whistleblower Tapes: Trump Wiretapped “A Zillion Times” By ‘The Hammer,’ Brennan’s and Clapper’s Secret Computer System – The American Report (audio tapes included)


    Four star Admiral James A. “Ace” Lyons and #3 at the Pentagon Airforce General Thos McInerney brought the March 17, 2017 “Whistleblower Tapes” story to America’s airwaves on March 19, 2017 on WAAM 1600 Operation Freedom w/ Dr Dave Janda.

    General Thomas McInernery discusses “THE HAMMER” the wiretapping of Donald Trump “A Zillion Times” by secret super computer of Brennan and Clapper – The American Report



    Strzok and Page noted it and were found to be texting on March 19, 2017 about Montgomery and his then attorney Klayman within minutes of General McInerneys on air interview mentioning the very same names Gen McInerney had just mentioned on that Sunday night.



    Much flack came from the March 17,2017 “Whistleblower Tapes” story…calls screaming at the top of his decibel range “Do you have any idea of the veritable sh*tstorm you have created in DC”
    General McInerney was shortly thereafter taken off of FoxNews airwaves

    Obama knew about THE HAMMER. Montgomery faxed him —-and faxed Biden, Pelosi, Horowitz (above my pay grade) and many others




  40. Zippy says:

    Ep. 1131 Breathtaking Failures Exposed in the IG Report.
    The Dan Bongino Show 12/10/2019.


  41. I will buy the 1st warrant on Carter Page, but then, it becomes so all so dreadfully simple- what were the ongoing ‘predicates ‘ for 3 more warrants? New judge, new warrant application, what did they have the 2 3 4th times they didnt have the 1st?

    Via the Muller report we know they never had, zip, nada nothing….so, they had to have lied, QED.


  42. nimrodman says:

    Wolfe played hardball with the Senators and won
    DOJ backed down on their behalf

    Say what you will about Wolfe, he won that round


    • Issy says:

      He is a criminal. A criminal that blackmailed the doj to let him off on the ever useful lying to congress charge in order to protect corrupt senators. The doj covered up for these criminals, and I bet they have done it many times in the past.


  43. Everett Miller says:

    Only one way to fix this–AG Barr simply must indict and take these criminals to court. No quarter given. Should Barr fail, we are doomed and WE The People will be forced to restore The Rule of Law without the help of the DoJ and the courts.


  44. RR says:

    Dates just got unredacted:

    “…the first application on October 21, 2016, and three renewal applications on January 12, April 7, and June 29, 2017.”



  45. Jaap Titulaer says:


    “In total, at the request of the FBI, the Department filed four FISA applications, each of which was granted by the FISC: the first FISA application on October 21, 2016, and three renewal applications on January 12, April 7, and June 29, 2017. A different FISC judge considered each application before issuing the requested orders, which collectively resulted in approximately 11 months of FISA coverage of Carter Page from October 21, 2016, until September 22, 2017.”

    From the updated version of the IG report here: https://www.justice.gov/storage/120919-examination.pdf
    Now the day numbers are no longer redacted.


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