Devin Nunes: The FISA Court and FBI “Dirty Cops” are Working Together to Harm Americans…

As you listen to this please keep in mind that Devin Nunes is the Ranking Member, former Chairman, of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.  Devin Nunes is increasing his warning tone and signals to Americans.

All nuance, pretense and subtlety is now being dropped. Rep. Nunes is openly stating that FBI officials and FISA judges are working together with the *intent* to conspire against the American people.   Pause, and let this sink in…. slowly.

 

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295 Responses to Devin Nunes: The FISA Court and FBI “Dirty Cops” are Working Together to Harm Americans…

  1. reggiemeezer says:

    They make the Stasi look like choir boys

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  2. StanH says:

    We are getting confirmation of what we suspected. The swamp need draining…stat.

    KAG!

    Liked by 9 people

  3. Lulu says:

    This is absolutely terrifying, and most Americans will never hear about it.

    Liked by 17 people

  4. surakvulcan says:

    “FBI officials and FISA judges are working together with the *intent* to conspire against the American people.” If so, then the penalties have to be more severe than a week off with pay, or increased training on proper procedures.

    1) People need to go to prison for a decade, at the agency director level, at the cabinet level, at the candidate level, and higher.

    2) The agencies involved (intel community, “Justice”, IRS, State, and so on) have to be substantially downsized, or, in some cases, eliminated.

    The publishing of private telephone records of the President’s lawyer, a Congressman, and a journalist inform me that the system is OUT – OF – CONTROL. It must be stopped before we wind up like the Soviet Union.

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  5. Marygrace Powers says:

    Nunes deserves The Presidential Medal of Freedom,
    highest civilian award in the United States, for his exceptional
    contributions to the security and national interests of America.

    Liked by 42 people

  6. FofBW says:

    You can be sure PT knows everything Nunes does and then some.

    Liked by 15 people

  7. lettruthspeak says:

    Let justice prevail or the heaven’s fall. This nation is so screwed up because too many citizens are willing to allow their common sense to go by the wayside and allow their political affiliations guide them to hell. It’s pathetic, it’s disgusting, but it’s the truth. I cannot explain it. I cannot understand why people choose to make their politics their religion, but I think it has a lot to do with parents guilting their children into following their party because their parents did the same to them, and so on, and so on, and so on. It’s time to give it up and get real, and understand the truth about your politicians and what lying, thieving, degenerates they all are, and have been for decades.

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    • TradeBait says:

      Truth. Very few honest patriots such as Nunes, Jordan, etc. walking the halls of Congress.

      Systematic, total, highly visible destruction of the DS is the only way to restore justice and some reasonable degree of citizen confidence in our government. Most of us will keep our firearms nearby until/while it happens.

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    • The Devilbat says:

      Most people do not follow politics. They follow a particular party often due to their misplaced beliefs or because they like or trust someone who endorses a particular party (think hollywood). Certain group thinking individuals such as artists, gays and yuppies simply imitate the rest of their group.

      The left employs advertising agencies and PR companies to make certain ideas fashionable. A good example of this is “Orange man bad.” Today it is fashionable in certain circles to be against Trump as well as to express the opinion that the hordes of invading muslims and the hundreds of thousands of illegals who are trying to cross our borders are poor, helpless victims.

      Add our communist controlled education system and their incredibly successful master plan for the total indoctrination of America’s youth and you see most of the picture.

      The rest of the picture is as follows: There is a huge effort by the communist UN to destroy America as a world power. They are pushing hard to form a one world government.

      These are the people who are responsible for funding idiot puppets such as AOC into office. The same forces who are against America are also destroying Canada and Europe. Even the pope has called for countries to give up their sovereignty and form a one world government.

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      • nimrodman says:

        “The left employs advertising agencies and PR companies to make certain ideas fashionable.”

        “Add our communist controlled education system and their incredibly successful master plan for the total indoctrination of America’s youth …”

        “The rest of the picture is as follows: There is a huge effort by the communist UN to destroy America as a world power …”

        These statements caused me to reflect on the breakdown of morals in our nation, promoted by Leftist media and the entertainment industry.

        Last night I watched a movie “A Bad Moms Christmas” on cable, came out in 2017
        Mostly I have the TV on in the background while reading Treehouse and other news

        Fairly amusing in parts, but right off the bat they had what appeared to be a 7-year-old girl with a repeating tag-line of surprise: “Oh my F#cking god”

        Like I said, repeated several times
        As if a 7-year-old saying that is uproariously funny … or something

        Now the movie was rated R, but it’s a comedy and secondly, a Christmas themed movie

        I’ll guaran-damn-tee some parents took their kids to it
        And many more youngsters will see it in the household on cable

        So in addition to the 7-year-old mouthing the oh-so-hilarious tag line, I reckon there’ll be other 7 and 8 year olds soaking it in

        And Hollywood thinks this is just dandy, this coarsening of morals down to elementary school levels (don’t even get me started on tranny story hour to pre-schoolers)

        I didn’t even know that the word meant until I was 12 or 13 and can’t recall even hearing it until thereabouts. Certainly not in films on the big screen (50s, 60s).

        This is just one small example of the undermining of our values, but it knocked me for a loop last night, I couldn’t believe it

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        • FreedomLover says:

          Well, they also want to force down the age of being able to legally have sex with these same children. Extremely morally degenerate. That is what our country has come to. Politics worship. Nature worship. Devolving. Our country is self sorting into true Christians, and everyone else.

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      • And just think, the UN was created right here in America by “American” sec of state Cordell Hull and FDR.

        Ain’t that something?

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    • mopar2016 says:

      IMO a lot of young people are brainwashed by their parents or their so called educators.
      But there’s some that aren’t brainwashed too.
      Susan Rice has a son that’s a big PDJT supporter, and he’s also the Stanford College Republicans president. He’s been assaulted before for being a republican.

      https://www.foxnews.com/us/susan-rices-republican-son-allegedly-physically-assaulted-at-pro-kavanaugh-rally

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    • dbobway says:

      I looked up the definition of counterintelligence, in the dictionary,
      Another word being used as a weapon against all of us, in our own country.
      One synonym used for counterintelligence, was censorship.
      The `speed of which our liberties have been shrinking,
      Seems to be accelerating at a faster rate, of late.
      The enemy of our ‘individual freedoms’ has always been among us.
      They have lost a few battles, but never lost a war.
      The curtain hiding this enemy has a small crack,
      Opening them up to exposure.
      They will stop at ‘nothing’ to keep it, from happening.
      That ‘nothing’ is finite.
      We must authenticate those we trust,
      Our lives depend on it.

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      • When our hard-earned property is outright stolen from us to be used to finance our own destruction, we certainly have NO Liberty at all.

        Do you support abortion and taxpayer $ to “Planned” NON Parenthood?
        Do you support billions in “aid” every year to every nation on the planet?
        Do you support endless wars that cost us trillions?

        The list could be twenty pages long… I’ll leave it at this.

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  8. frankmystery says:

    I can’t help but wonder if they’re trying to stoke civil unrest. Which seems warranted to be honest but anything less than a successful uprising is a guaranteed loss of 2a and possibly severe damage to 1a. Scary times

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  9. @ChicagoBri says:

    Devin Nunes is unafraid. Good man.

    Liked by 22 people

  10. ristvan says:

    Agree on dirty FBI cops. Disagree on FISC judges.

    Useful FISC facts, oft misunderstood by Treepers:

    CJ Roberts appoints them for a limited term but DOES NOT supervise them . That is one of their own, Collyers at the time of the Rodgers 702 abuse uncovering, as Sundance has many times cited.

    FISC is an additional jurisdiction for always otherwise busy federal judges. They do not get extra staff, and are totally reliant on the warrant requests they receive, supposedly ( but as we now know, not really) covered by FBI Woods procedures.

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    • ristvan, then if FISC is so necessary, yet unable to be properly governed, we should insist on the highest penalty (like life sentences) for abuse. It’s misuse has certainly destroyed lives.

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      • cboldt says:

        FISA is not necessary. Andy McCarthy lays out a great argument that courts should not be in the counterintelligence business. What if a court denial of a warrant (hamstringing the executive) results in a terror attack?
        FISA is make-work, invites abuse, expensive, and is a sham on the public that somehow the government practices restraint in snooping.

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        • Phil aka Felipe says:

          “FISA is not necessary.”
          “FISA is make-work, invites abuse, expensive, and is a sham on the public that somehow the government practices restraint in snooping.”

          cboldt, why do we need FISA court? The Court deals with ‘Foreign’ actors, right? Isn’t that what we have “Military Intelligence” for? Why can’t the Military handle this and do away with the FISC?

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      • California Joe says:

        In every federal warrant request an FBI agent (or other FLEO) must personally appear before a federal judge or magistrate raise his right hand and SWEAR that his affidavit true and correct! Now, that the judges know they were lied to by the agents and other FBI officials in any other matter they would hold those responsible in contempt of court at a minimum but we have crickets so, yes, the judges are complicit!

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        • ristvan says:

          Patience, Grasshopper. Durham has known this from the beginning. But why only nail Comey on 18USC§1018 when you can get him and (to paraphrase PDJT) get them all!

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          • Exactly the point I have been making from day 1. Fill the Big Ass Net to the brim with every last stinking traitor in the district of criminals – “I caught them. I caught them ALL.” and then we can get to the business of truly Making America Great Again.

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      • TrumpPatriot says:

        Ristvan,

        IF……(and I still believe it will not leave House of Rep), the impeachment is voted and goes to the Senate……and McConnell and Graham wish to abort or acquit……can President Trump demand to defend himself and call witnesses, refusing to allow them to abate it.

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        • livefreeordieguy says:

          I’m fascinated that you don’t think the House will actually impeach, TP… It seems inevitable… I would love for you to be right… Please explain why you think things will play out that way.

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        • livefreeordieguy says:

          I’m fascinated that you don’t think the House will impeach, TP… It seems inevitable… Why do you believe that?

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    • Randolph Scott says:

      And you can’t tell when a person you are speaking to in person is lying?
      As far as judges, it takes a mighty stupid judge who can’t discern a liar such as Comey and his cohorts.

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      • meow4me2 says:

        Actually I don’t think they stand in front of the judge, not always. I heard somewhere that it’s a lot of paper back and forth without a lot of face to face questioning.

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        • GB Bari says:

          I read the same thing last year. I read that it is a serial paperwork process, NOT a live hearing with both a FISC judge and the requestor / affiant present in the same room.

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    • DeWalt says:

      Explain Rudy Contreras. Explain what the court has done other than reports. These are Federal Judges. Are we to believe we have people in this country who can piss on the Federal courts with impunity? What is the penalty?

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    • A2 says:

      Agree ristvan. The timing is excellent of the exposure of abuses as the congress will have hearings about the renewal or not of key provisions in the FISA .

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      • Dutchman says:

        Should NOT be renewed, and the vote on NOT renewing, will tell us MUCH about the nature of Congress.

        There is NO WAY to make the FISC courts, and the FISA process, Constitutional. NONE.

        Thise who would attempt to exchange liberty for security, will get NEITHER”

        I imagine our Founding Fathers looking down from heaven.
        “DIDN’T we,TELL them? Didn’t we WARN them?
        A Republic, IF you can keep it, I said!”

        A centralised all powerful Federal government is what they feared most, and worked hard to avoid.

        And its,EXACTLY what we have, now.

        And one of the reasons they feared it, is because it is very hard to remove, once in place, as it,will use that power to protect itself,…”at all costs”.

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    • evergreen says:

      If I’m FISC judge–so, an honest one in this case–I refuse any warrant brought to my desk on the grounds that the system has been abused and there is no method by which I may ascertain the legitimacy of any FBI workproduct brought before me. Therefore, until such time as the FBI cures their ailment, the FISA desk is shut down indefinitely on the grounds of fraudulent behavior by a still-operating organization that has not changed course or personnel.

      That clearly not being the case here, it is reasonable for any critic to demand the shutdown of the FISC. After all, it’s an end run around the constitution on the basis that all information is 100% vetted and attested to by honest brokers. The IG disproved that. There’s a problem that cannot be remedied without a redesign of the FISC.

      Shut it down on the basis that it violates the rights of US citizens. National security injury as a result? I guess so, huh? Fix it asap then. And, since the national security was injured, prosecute those who destroyed the system on the grounds of gross negligence and criminal acts damaging to the national security.

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      • Zippy says:

        “there is no method by which I may ascertain the legitimacy of any FBI work product brought before me”

        Fruit from a poisonous tree. In this case, an entire agency.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Fruit from a poisonous WHOLE FRIGGIN ORCHARD. A whole growing REGION, for cripes sakes.

          And the only cure for the blight; rip it all out, branch and root, burn it, and salt the ground where it once stood.

          Otherwise, the contamination will spread, and kill off liberty and freedom, on a Worldwide basis.

          Its,SEEMS ‘to big’of a job, to be possible, doesn’t it? But LOOK at the impossible things that have been accomplished, so far.

          And we aren’t even 1/2 way thru, yet!
          The BEST is yet to come!

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      • FBI attitude would be – I don’ t need no stinking FISA approval. We will do as we please. They have demonstrated this already as Nunes has stated.

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    • All Too Much says:

      re: Disagree on FISC judges.

      Nunes said the FISC “judges are refusing to hold take action against these dirty cops and dirty lawyers who did this.” He later said the court is putting Americans in jeopardy.
      Nothing he said suggest the FISC judges, at least those involved, should be trusted or seen as neutral.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        ATM, they have shown they cannot be trusted to protect Constitutional rights from lying DOJ and FBI lawyers. The FISC judges have refused to withdraw the phony spy warrant. They have refused to require an accounting of all the people and information spied on, because carter page (alleged russian spy who the BI knew was a CIA/FBI agent) sent them an email, or they sent page an email or phone call. (these people, including PDJT, spied on should have the right to sue for abuse of constitutional rights). The FISC has refused to penalize and disbar the lying and withholding DOJ/FBI lawyers, and discipline the perjury of oath-swearers of false evidence.

        The bad FISC judges need to be removed. There needs to be an independent Public Defender Office to represent defendants, scale back the “2-hop” rule when appropriate, make sure the “target” i the real target, cross-examine sketchy “evidence”, move to discipline lying DOJ lawyers, and notify the Office of the President, the Supreme Court, and Congress of bad behavior of FISC judges.

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        • meow4me2 says:

          Not “move to discipline “. We need a move to PROSECUTE those involved.

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          • Beau Geste says:

            Meow, the FISC does not handle criminal prosecution, which is in a regular Federal Court, where the defendant is required to have counsel, and proceedings are generally public.

            But the FISC can discipline liars (“lack of candor” in FBI-speak) and unethical practice (including jail), and disbar from practice, and withdraw its phony Warrants which insulate illegal criminal spying. But it hasn’t, so is showing itself as swamp protectors.

            As IG Horowitz noted, “anybody who touched this” fraudulent FISA is a participant, including the FISC which is responsible for issuing and maintaining it, despite knowledge of corruption.

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    • Dances with Wolverines says:

      Thank you for the enlightenment. Up until I read your post I believed the whole Judicial Branch is as corrupt as the D.O.J. Especially when they make known bad, biased decisions against the President.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        The whole judicial branch is not corrupt. All honest Federal Judges would protect the integrity of their court proceedings by disciplining/fining/jailing/disbarring lying lawyers, and would withdraw falsely-obtained warrants and other orders.
        Unlike the FISC.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Do you recall the text messages between Strzock and Page where the two were planning an “innocuous” cocktail party with a FISC judge, Rudy Whatsits (forget last name), so Strzock and Page could have a pull-aside with Strzock’s good friend Rudy the newly-appointed FISC judge?
      And there are numerous other problems well-known, such as all the ex parte meetings between FISC judges and DOJ attorneys before submitting a FISA warrant, not to mention the 97% or more FISA warrant acceptance rate.

      Sorry ristvan, am not an attorney, but even dumb old me can see a FISC judge problem here. Does not take an attorney to recognize corruption.

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      • California Joe says:

        You are definitely not dumb!

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      • Rhoda R says:

        What ever happened to the “Avoid even the appearance of malfeasance” standard of professional conduct?

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      • Proud American from Texas says:

        Jeans,
        To your point, a couple of things come to mind. The two love birds “intended” to sway a federal judge.
        Why would they think they could do that? That doesn’t speak highly of their past experiences of at least this judge, in particular.
        The text messages becoming known could be the reason the judge was recused. Not sure how the timeline lines up with text messages being found and his recusal in Flynn’s case. And we hear nothing about Rudy Contreras being questioned. Collyer should be livid. If she’s not, she needs to go.

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    • snellvillebob says:

      If the FISA judges were reading anything but Fake News, they should have at least suspected that they were being lied to by the FBI and DOJ. They should have asked some direct questions and now that is has come out, they need to indict these people.

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    • ms Idaho says:

      Ristvan, thanks again for your great info. I suspect that most of us do not understand the role of any Federal judge,
      never thought about it before but…
      I suspect the role of a District judge is different from an appellate judge from a SCOTUS. Would it be correct to say it is NOT their role to verify the veracity of a sworn warrant? (correct terms?) And it they were ‘lied’ to, would that require a trial and proof? A guilty verdict? again, terms?

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      • ristvan says:

        Ms Idaho, your intuition serves u well. An over simplified explanation for all Treepers.

        At the lowest of three federal courts established by A3§1, judges preside over trials (and pretrial,hearings, mostly) discerning ‘probable cause’, that is likely truth. They then preside over court proceedings (a trial) determining fact truth by jury. Unless some egregious law precedent was violated, that jury fact determination is unchallengeable.

        Then interpretations of trial law but not jury facts are taken to the circuit courts of appeals.

        Then, usually, if the circuit courts disagree, SCOTUS takes up the issue and decides.

        Note to cognoscenti. SCOTUS usually takes up cert after Circuit courts have disagreed. That is their traditional constitutional role. That they now have themselves multiple times (DACA, PDJT tax returns) violated this long established precedent just shows what extraordinary times we live in.

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    • Patience says:

      Didn’t one of the (first) FISA judges recuse?

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    • NC Nana says:

      “FISC is an additional jurisdiction for always otherwise busy federal judges. They do not get extra staff, and are totally reliant on the warrant requests they receive, supposedly ( but as we now know, not really) covered by FBI Woods procedures.”

      *****
      The Mueller Special Counsel report cost the between $32 million to $35 million. I haven’t heard how much the Horowitz report cost. Then think of Admiral Rodgers report to the court.

      Just think if however many staff it would take to do the proper work up front how many million $$ would be saved on just that one case. More importantly think of the turmoil it would have saved in the country.

      In other words money is not an excuse for doing unacceptable court work.

      BTW why should there be a secret court that accepts just anything that someone from the FBI says. We can readily see how that works out.

      I also think it is a serious problem that the Chief Judge of the US Supreme Court appoints these judges. Isn’t it in the Constitution that people should know their accusers and be able to defend themselves? It seems a major conflict having a CJ participate in a court by which by its very establishment goes against his Constitutional duties by setting up a secret court.

      The FISC should be eliminated as soon as possible.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Ristvan, there is no doubt that the FISC is complicit in political spying. They do get extra staff. They can hold hearings, and vet representations.

      Four different judges completely failed in their SOLE RESPONSIBILITY to protect constitutional rights. They declined to limit the unconstitutional abuse of a “2-hop rule”, KNOWING their FISA Warrant exposed thousands-to-millions of honest Republican Party members and voters, lawyers, contractors, campaign strategists, and campaign workers to illegal spying. They never even asked who got this spy information, but knew no foreign-agent evidence was obtained. Yet they extended it, willy-nilly.

      The FISC knew as coup-plotters’ evidence was revealed and debunked, that the FISA was flawed. They knew that the “pee pee” allegations were unverified, challenged, and false yet they extended the political spying 3 times to include an elected President. They knew that extending the “2-hop” rule from low-level peripheral character carter page, to authorize political spying on a president was sneaky, unethical, and posed its own constitutional issues, but they refused hearings on this issue 4 times. They extended the FISA 3 times with no additional information. They were forced by Admiral Rogers to admit that the DOJ, FBI, obama whitehouse, and “contractors” were untrustworthy, and engaged in extreme, illegal political spying. The FISC knew the identities of those spied on by the 85% illegal spy activity, who were certainly political targets. The FISC, like the coup-plotters and everyone else in the deep state, knew hillary would win, so their helpful complicity would remain secret.

      You argue the FISC judges are too busy to protect unknown and unrepresented defendants…. But the FISC judges, and their secret Star Chamber court, have only one reason for existence – protecting constitutional rights of unrepresented defendants, and unknown spy targets. Our legal system generally requires that defendants be represented by counsel. Here, had President Trump had counsel, the lying DOJ coup-plotters would have been exposed in their lies that CIA/FBI agent was a russian spy, and that the “pee pee” allegations were false russian lies pushed by a hillary-paid contractor “desperate” to hurt the President. Protecting constitutional rights by the FISC is an extra-heavy responsibility because defendants are not represented and do not even know they are defendants. The sole job of the FISC is to protect due process, prevent against unconstitutional searches and seizures, ensure equal protection, and protect US Citizens and the separate branches of the government from an aggressive DOJ/FBI. No FISC judge asked “have you informed the Republicans that carter page is a russian agent, so the GOP campaign could remove him? “Have you asked Donald Trump if the FBI “pee pee” claims and cohen prague meeting are true? Have you asked why the FBI believes the hillary/DNC paid-for allegations are true – how were they verified?

      No, the complicit FISC said “where do we sign to spy on the President”. Like you, I took Con law many years ago from one of its major scholars. I’m very surprised you are not appalled and disgusted by the cooperative FISC behavior.

      The complicity of the FISC is effectively proven by its refusal to hold hearings to discipline the DOJ and FBI lawyers and evidence-swearers for misfeasance and malfeasance including outright withholdin, lying and evidence-tampering. The complicity of the FISC in knowingly authorizing political spying is effectively proven by its refusal to withdraw its falsely-obtained FISA Warrant, nunc pro tunc. Not withdrawing this FISA fiasco gives the coup plotters some protection from the illegality of their earlier spying on PDJT and likely other candidates. As experienced counsel, you know that any other honest federal court would withdraw a falsely-obtained order as improvidently granted, and discipline lying counsel who failed their ethical responsibilities.

      Given the behavior of the FISC including its refusal to protect the integrity of the court by withdrawing the phony political-spying Warrant, and or discipline counsel/oath-swearers, don’t you think the FISC has violated the civil rights of all those spied on under the fraudulently-issued carter page FISA?

      Do you agree the DOJ initiate an investigation of the FISC judges who signed the warrant and its extensions? FISA Warrants on them could (ironically) reveal whether there may be earlier contacts with deep state actors.
      According to the DOJ,:
      “Section 242 of Title 18 makes it a crime for a person acting under color of any law to willfully deprive a person of a right or privilege protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States.
      For the purpose of Section 242, acts under “color of law” include acts not only done by federal, state, or local officials within the their lawful authority, but also acts done beyond the bounds of that official’s lawful authority, if the acts are done while the official is purporting to or pretending to act in the performance of his/her official duties. Persons acting under color of law within the meaning of this statute include police officers, prisons guards and other law enforcement officials, as well as judges, care providers in public health facilities, and others who are acting as public officials. It is not necessary that the crime be motivated by animus toward the race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin of the victim.”

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      • ristvan says:

        BG, please provide the facts or fact assertion citations for your screed.
        I regretfully think you cannot and are therefore wrong.

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        • Beau Geste says:

          Ristvan,
          “Screed” is such a derogatory ad hominem attack, far below you. I accept your apology.
          Help us out here. What facts do you disagree with?

          1.That the FISC has not disciplined the lying DOJ/FBI, which any honest federal court would do to protect the integrity of its proceedings?

          2.That the FISC has not withdrawn its falsely-obtained FISA and falsely-obtained extensions, which any honest federal court would do to protect the integrity of its proeedings?

          3.That carter page is not a russian spy dangerous to our national security, but instead is a CIA/FBI asset?

          4.That the FISC has extra staff, can vet and require evidence, and can hold hearings, contrary to your representation?

          5.The FIDC declined to limit the unconstitutional abuse of a “2-hop rule”, KNOWING their FISA Warrant exposed thousands-to-millions of honest Republican Party members and voters, lawyers, contractors, campaign strategists, and campaign workers to illegal spying. The FISC knowingly authorized spying on the entire GOP party.

          6.The FISC knew no foreign-agent evidence was obtained, but extended the FISA 3 times.

          7.The SOLE RESPONSIBILITY and reason for the existence of the FISC is to protect constitutional rights of unrepresented US Citizen defendants, most of whom are unknown because of the 2-hop rule”.

          8.The FISC has known that the “pee pee” allegations are unverified, challenged, and false yet they extended the political spying 3 times, astoundingly to include an elected President.

          9.The FISC knew that extending the “2-hop” rule from low-level peripheral character carter page, to authorize political spying on a president was sneaky, unethical, and posed its own constitutional issues, but they refused hearings on this issue 4 times. Despite knowing this was spying on THE PRESIDENT, NOT CARTER PAGE.

          10.The FISC was forced by Admiral Rogers to admit that the DOJ, FBI, obama whitehouse, and “contractors” were untrustworthy, and engaged in extreme, illegal political spying. The FISC knew the DOJ/FBI were untrustworthy before signing the page FISA.

          11.The FISC knew the identities of those spied on by the 85% illegal spy activity, who were certainly political targets.

          12.Our legal system generally requires that defendants be represented by counsel, for Constitutional due process. Here, had President Trump had counsel, the DOJ/FBI coup-plotters would have been exposed in their lies that CIA/FBI agent carter page was a russian spy, and would have demonstrated that the hillary-financed “pee pee” allegations were lies pushed from a Russian sub-source by Fusion-paid Steele, who was “desperate” to hurt the President immediately before the election.

          13.Protecting constitutional rights by the FISC is an extra-heavy responsibility because its defendants are not represented, and do not even know they are defendants. And many, id not most, defendants are unknown to the FISC. The sole job of the FISC is to protect due process, prevent unconstitutional searches and seizures, ensure equal protection, and protect US Citizens and the separate branches of the government from an aggressive DOJ/FBI. There is no other purpose for the FISC.

          14.No FISC judge asked “have you informed the Republicans that carter page is a russian agent, so the GOP campaign could remove him? Or, “Have you asked Donald Trump if the FBI “pee pee” claims and cohen prague meeting are true?”, or “Have you asked why the FBI believes the hillary/DNC paid-for allegations are true – how were they verified?”

          15.The complicity of the FISC in authorizing political spying on the whole Republican party and the President, is demonstrated by its refusal to discipline DOJ and FBI lawyers and evidence-swearers for misfeasance and malfeasance including outright withholding, lying and evidence-tampering.

          16.The complicity of the FISC in knowingly authorizing political spying on the whole Republican party and the President, is effectively proven by its refusal to withdraw its falsely-obtained FISA Warrant, nunc pro tunc.

          17.The DOJ, FBI and the FISC have violated the civil rights of all those spied on under the fraudulently-issued carter page FISA

          18.Section 242 of Title 18 makes it a crime for a FISC judge to willfully deprive a person, such as carter page, President Trump, and the entire Republican Presidential Campaign, of a right or privilege protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States.

          Please identify the paragraphs you believe are “wrong”. Then we can discuss these very important issues in detail.
          Thanks !!!

          PS, as a lover of the Constitution and the concept of equal protection under the rule of law, judicial malfeasance is an abomination. If the FISC did its job, there would be no FISA, and the coup plotters would have been disbarred and fired.

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          • Beau Geste says:

            Ristvan,glad to see there is nothing you disagree with.
            It is clear the FISC judges are continuing to protect the swamp, abandon the sole purpose for their creation and existence, and mock the integrity of the legal process by not cleaning up their mess via discipline and fraudulent FISA withdrawal.

            As a lawyer, I assume you agree that an independent Public Defender Office is needed, with authority to examine FBI/DOJ witnesses, move for discipline of liars, and report bad court behavior to the Office of the President, Supreme Court, and Congress.

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          • NC Nana says:

            Ristvan and Beau Geste,

            I have often thought the FISC should be replaced with a rubber stamp. After all, in 2018 out of 1,318 applications ONLY 30 were denied in full.* (42 were denied in part)

            Are 30 applications worth the expense of running another court system that in net affect rubber stamps the actions of the FBI anyway?

            It is clear the FBI has no respect for the FISC. See Sundance’s article on the Boasberg FISC report on the abuse of the NSA data.** It was much like the Collyer report.

            *https://www.uscourts.gov/sites/default/files/fisc_annual_report_2018_0.pdf

            **https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2019/10/12/fisa-judges-collyer-and-boasberg-both-identified-nsa-databases-used-for-political-surveillance/

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            • Beau Geste says:

              NC Nana, exactly. Good money-saving idea !! Because the FISC has been shown to be complicit in wholesale spying on US Citizens, by refusing to clean up their mess. They should be replaced by a rubber stamp that any anonymous DOJ or FBI agent can just apply to a Warrant. The rubber stamp will be in a drawer in the DOJ hallway for anyone to use. No need to even sign it out, just pick it up and apply the stamp to whatever spy warrant the deep state wants. The stamp text will read “6 degrees of hop spying approved”, because this takes in everyone on the entire planet earth.

              The rubber stamp it self will be sworn in, to “protect the deep state and ignore the Constitution in a double secret ceremony performed by joe and hunter biden, adam schiff, and john kerry at the burisma headquarters in the ukraine.

              The anonymous agent(s) will be codenamed “rubber stamp”, for future IG reports.

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              • NC Nana says:

                Beau, Shirley you jest.

                I was thinking more along the lines of a notary public. That way you could capture the signature of each person who approves the spying.

                Then when Comey says things like “President Trump was not being investigated. His campaign was not being investigated. “*

                The prosecutor could then say, is this your signature? When Comey says yes, the prosecutor could say: then why was the Steele dossier one of the main pieces of evidence for the Page spy warrant?

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                • Beau Geste says:

                  NCNana, my mistake misinterpreting your money-saving solution.
                  I thought your were just fully duplicating the rubber-stamp FISC, without the salary expense of paying judges and their staff to say “where do I sign to spy on the President for those plotting a coup?”

                  But you were trying to figure out who signs the perjurious, corrupt coup-plots. Unfortunately, the signers names are “TOP SECRET sources and methods”, which cannot be revealed without destroying our national security. /sarc

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              • NC Nana says:

                I just finally made it over to the American Thinker. This is their cartoon today. How perfect!

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                • Beau Geste says:

                  HA. (so true)
                  I’m impressed with your money-saving rubber-stamp idea. Plus, I’m impressed you know how to post an image. You must be very smart !

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  11. Some old guy says:

    The world is turning thankfully. Even Schiff and Comey are being pressed on MSM on the wrongs highlighted in Horowitz’s report.

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  12. Abster says:

    I feel as though President Trump and his followers are just treading water. What can happen to turn the tide. Just about everyone we’re relying on is dirty and on the take. Those pictures of Roberts made me sick. May the good Lord bless and protect President Trump.

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  13. slopoke1 says:

    4 years ago I though the notion that the US intelligence agencies could have conspired to kill JFK was ludicrous; I now believe without a doubt that is exactly what they did. Frightening indeed.

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      • slopoke1 says:

        I believe the content of the envelope received by Laura Bush, and made Jeb just about faint, was a graphic photo of JFK. as he lay dead in his limo, just as Jackie had seen him. This was an act of revenge from Trump on behalf of JFK ,meant to take away the only thing of value GHWB had left, respect and honor by leaders of the country at his funeral. A nice touch was delivering the envelopes only to the first ladies for them to open. In this way Trump also gets revenge for Jackie and what she had to witness that day.

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      • slopoke1 says:

        Wow. Yet another reason for the CIA to want to take out Trump.

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    • Rhoda R says:

      I also thought that then CIA Director, later VP and even later President GHW Bush was an honest broker. Now I believe that the reason we didn’t get the full disclosure on the Kennedy assassination was because he was still alive and Pres Trump didn’t want to attack a sick old man.

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  14. DeWalt says:

    I have been saying this over and over. Mr. Nunes is a man to listen to.

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  15. DeWalt says:

    I have been saying this over and over. Mr. Nunes is a man to listen to.

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  16. Randolph Scott says:

    I knew of this before Devin Nunes was even elected. He is absolutely correct. The FBI is totally corrupt. Every person in that ordination is corrupt and evil. Every secretary, every janitor, every clerk every G_D damned lawyer, everyone who steals a paycheck from this organization is evil and complicit with this treason, sedition and obstruction of justice.

    I found a quote today by Dietrich Bonhoeffer;
    “Silence in the face of evil, is itself evil. God will not hold us guiltless. Not to speak is to speak. Not to act is to act.”
    Dietrich Bonhoeffer
    Executed by Adolph Hitler

    We the People of the United States have been totally screwed over.

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  17. Tl Howard says:

    This is the kind of accusation that needed a few others sanding by his side, with them having called a news conference to announce these points.

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  18. You can’t solve D.C. with D.C.

    Downsize federal government (get rid of FBI, etc.) and relocate the rest outside of D.C.

    Drain the swamp.

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  19. littleanniefannie says:

    So Comey feels the need for a CYA statement. Too late Tall Man. Just wait until you’re in the chair and the truth slaps you around a little. Exculpatory evidence. Bald face lies. You didn’t care. You denied the first and promulgated the last. Your day is coming!!

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    • As a man thinkth says:

      ….yes, Mr. President, I promise we will execute this mission “By the book”….well kinda by the book…

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      • Beau Geste says:

        IMHO, “by the book” was to confirm advice from the DOJ/FBI that there was no requirement to notify PRESIDENT Trump that he was being spied on. That is the redacted part of the CYA “by the book” memo, that it is OK to lie despite 18 usc 1001, to the president, if he is a spy target. (however, PDJT was only a 2-hop” target – carter page, the CIA/FBI agent was the “target”.

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    • Jerry Joe says:

      In light of this FISA charade and James Comey’s apparent wish to stay relevant, perhaps a “Comey Rule” ought to be enacted by way of legislation or declared by judicial rule along the following:

      Whereas and due to the abuse of power overstepping rights guaranteed under our 4th Amendment, It is hereby Declared: In any case where any governmental entity seeks to obtain a warrant upon probable cause, the target of such warrant shall be served with notice of same and such target shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard before such warrant shall issue.

      Comey reaps his due fame by way of a rule in his name, forever endearing himself to those he purports to align. The abuse should be properly remedied and expensed through law enforcement without further offense to our electorate. This way, the gubmint can snoop and spy all it wants, just have to tell the person first – and in front of the judge.

      Abuse it; lose it. Completely rational response.

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  20. Bogeyfree says:

    And PT trusts, Wray, Barr, Judge Roberts and the Senate Republicans???

    Do a test Mr. President.

    Order Barr to immediately declassify and publicly expose footnote 69 of the Collier report.

    Then see where the push back comes from.

    Will tell you everything you need to know.

    Mr. President you need to understand ALL THE GOOD you have done these past 3 years WILL MEAN NOTHING if there are not indictments AND the American public does not get to see many, many declassified and unredacted documents.

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    • DeWalt says:

      Be careful of Mitch and Lindsey also. Me keeps thinking ambush by the Senate.

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      • Bogeyfree says:

        IMO, Mitch will show his true colors when the rules are disclosed in the Senate.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Yes, on the face of it, and in front of the cameras, Mitch says “Whatever Trumps lawyers want”, just,as PDJT says “Whatever Mitch and senate wants”, but there will be some SERIOUS battles, on procedure. Procedure is EVERYTHING, when it comes to a trial.

          Rules of evidence, etc are CRUCIAL.
          Mitch refused to answer “Will Senate trial follow Federal rules of procedure?
          Will hearsay testimony be allowed?”

          THAT was what poker players call a ‘tell’. Mitch and Graham are snakes, and so is Roberts. Fortunately, PDJT knows about snakes, he even read a poem about them.

          He has the stronger hand, I believe.
          Its Mitchs Senate, but Mitch does his dirtiest work behind closed doors, and away from the eyes of the people, and the cameras of the media.

          Whereas PDJT plays the media, like a master conductor.

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      • another face in the crowd says:

        That concerns me as well.

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      • mopar2016 says:

        How long before the dems start asking McConnell to recuse himself from any senate proceedings on impeachment?

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    • cantcforest says:

      PDJT certainly understands what you point out. You have forgotten that McTurtle refused to adjourn the Senate, leaving McTurtle in charge of the appointments, as PDJT didn’t have access to recess appointments. I have great faith in PDJT’s managerial skills and his oversight abilities. He is wading through a swamp that is much larger than most of us suspected.
      And then there are the media and the RINOs.

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  21. Somebody's Gramma says:

    If the FISC is complicit… and I have no reason to believe otherwise, I am more horrified than I was before. Scatter the CIA to the winds, downsize federal government to nothing but brass tacks, make lobbying illegal, institute term limits, abolish the concept of ‘DC’ and send everyone home to work in their own districts. Unbelievable depth and breadth of corruption. God Bless Devin Nunes! May the Lord protect the freedom fighters.

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  22. Jan says:

    Breitvart has a story about Rep. Nunes writing a letter to Schiff: Schiff needs to go to rehabilitation in order to cure him of lying. Very interesting. I think Schiff could be in deep trouble because of his response to Nunes’ memo in which he says the FISA apps were peefect…nothing wrong w/them & we ‘re not carrying out our intelligence oversight obligations by doing impeachment.

    I’m sure Sundance will be dropping the letter on us soon.

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  23. Perot Conservative says:

    Cam we interpret the Barr & Durham letters ss educating the public for the coming Indictments?

    Or is it giving us a pacifier, polishing a turd?

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  24. Phil aka Felipe says:

    If Barr, Dunham, Graham, McConnell et al don’t don’t get this handled and navigate a smooth landing for PDJT, then CinC may need to go the al Sisi route, i.e., the way he cleaned out the MB in Egypt.

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    • DeWalt says:

      They will try to extort the President with removal. Watch

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      • TarsTarkas says:

        I think Mitch has been placated for the moment with the current China deal. And if it blows up after the trial Trump won’t care, any future impeachment attempt will fail. The worry then will be targeted violence, and I suspect he’s got plans to handle that.

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      • All Too Much says:

        Extort on what basis?

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      • Phil aka Felipe says:

        PDJT is a populist/nationalist America first, patriotic president. Notice since day one he has been cultivating the rank and file LEO’s, the Military and Veterans to add to the Deplorables that have been with him from the beginning.

        They love POTUS. Soon it may be time for them to decide if they want to follow their Commander-In-Chief or the traitors that are trying to remove/extort him. We are nearing the time when the decision comes to “choose you this day whom ye will serve”.

        Black and White, Darkness or Light, Good or Evil. Soon.

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  25. Shyster says:

    Oh but the FBI rank and file are so honorable. What horse shit! The rank and file were on the three distinct teams that committed the FISA fraud not to mention, the 50 agents assigned to the special counsel team. As far as is known, not a single solitary agent has been honorable enough to become either an official or unofficial whistleblower to take down the cabal. On top of these agents you have to include the agents in the New York field office who analyzed and reviewed the email content of the Weiner lap top as well as the agents assigned to Midterm Exam and investigating the crimes of the Clinton Foundation. It is systemic corruption through and through and no truer words than Nunes stated, a bunch of “dirty cops”.

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    • DeWalt says:

      Lets see. Wasn’t it the rank and file at Ruby Ridge, Waco, Bundy Ranch, Lovoy Finicums murder, etc, etc,………………

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      • California Joe says:

        Roger Stone’s house with CNN in violation of a court order sealing the indictment. His blind wife handcuffed in a nightgown! Mueller’s goon lawyer lied to the federal judge and said they didn’t leak the arrest to CNN. Anybody get arrested? Fired?

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    • Dutchman says:

      Actually, there WAS a whistleblower FBI agent, who in addition to whistleblower act, had the assurance of IG Horowitz, which counted for NOTHING when the,FBI raided his house.
      So, yeah a LOT of encouragement to turn against the Beauro, and blow whistle/S.

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      • meow4me2 says:

        Yes, that whistleblower was made an example of, to let others in the fbi know their fate if they dared to step forward.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Yup. Assange, Snowden, even Epstien. Its the vow of Omerta, in the Mafia. Vow of silence under pain of Death.
          This is the,I/C version of it, but the point is the same.
          Do NOT betray the family, we WILL ‘get’ to you, and make an example of you

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    • rcogburn says:

      And what is the dividing line between “rank and file” and the corrupted upper management ranks? If the top ranks are completely corrupt, what chance does an “honest cop” have of being promoted and rising up the ranks?

      Mueller became FBI director in 2001. He got the FBI job after years and years of work as a prosecutor in various US attorney positions. At what point in his career did Mueller become corrupt?

      A criminal leadership will not advance honest people in their careers.

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  26. trapper says:

    Real simple, Mr. Nunes. Introduce it next session:

    HB1- The USA Patriot Act and the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act as amended (the “Acts”) are hereby repealed, and all statutes amended, replaced, or repealed by the Acts and their amendments are hereby reinstated as they existed immediately before the Acts took effect.

    SB1 – same.

    Oh, and by the way, they were pretty much useless anyway. Let’s have a Fourth Amendment again.

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  27. Reserved55 says:

    From the girl who knew “too little.”

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  28. Joebkonobi says:

    Dirty cops & dirty FISA Court. Nunes is right on. Unfortunately the dems control the intel committee on the House side so won’t go anywhere and Burr end intel committee on Senate side and is protector of IC instead of oversight. Again going nowhere in intel Committees. Consequently we will never hear from FISA Court judges under oath. FISC judges are aware of the crimes.

    Our only hope is Durham. Will he investigate the FISC back to 2012? Not likely but can always hope. FISA should not be renewed until we have ALL the answers from the last two FISA court reports.

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  29. CNN_sucks says:

    I think it is time to subpoena the FISA judges and John Roberts. All the ugly warts will come out.

    Liked by 4 people

    • All Too Much says:

      Nice irony that federal judges can be impeached.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Dutchman says:

        Yes, by CONGRESS. So, Congress has control over the Judiciary. And Congress has control over Executive appointments, to the sub cabinet level.

        And,Congress controls the,PURSE, which means they set the budget of ALL Executive departments, and for the courts, including presumably PAY levels.

        Congress created the administrative state, and administrative law, which is not found in the Constitution.

        Unhappy with the,Public education,system in this,country?
        Congress created and controls Dept. of Education.

        Unhappy with media? Congress allowed the changes in media ownership, and the relaxing of regs on broadcast licences.

        It all comes back to Congress, which is,run by FOUR people, from ‘safe’ districts and elected to their positions of,authority by Senate,and House members; Speaker of the,House, Minority leader of the,House, Majority and Minority leader of the,Senate.

        4 people that control much of what occurs in D.C.
        Everthing but DJT, actually.

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        • TrumpPatriot says:

          Oops. You left out Lawfare, who is really pulling the control strings. One of them sat beside Nadler and even told him when to bang the gavel.

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          • Dutchman says:

            Like Media matters, Lawfare id being financed by someone, and that entity is the,string puller. Java the Hut, aka $oro$?
            Or is,$oro$ simply a conduit, doing the bidding of still others?

            Tangled web, indeed. Its complicated business, folks!

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    • Blue Wildflower says:

      This is getting very scary, very fast. Add the house nonsense, the state of Virginia second amendment craziness and all the things we don’t know about and it is feeling like civil war time.

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  30. Hmmm... says:

    Adam Housley (formerly from foxnews) is starting to drop bombs on Twitter. FISA abuse extends back to at least 2009 and includes fisa warrants and nsa intercepts.

    I get what Nunes has been doing. There was zero point in exposing further abuse until the premise that abuse exists is commonly understood. It also explains why they fought so hard to avoid admitting the problems with the Page fisa. The foot is in the door now. Questions start causing more questions. It seems only a matter of time until the 702 searches and unmasking is exposed.

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    • Glass Onion says:

      How far back? Maybe to the birth of the Patriot Act?
      Funny how things work out. Bin Laden to Spygate Coup.

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      • Risa says:

        Almost like it was planned, or at least conveniently allowed to happen.
        I will never forget the FBI agents who sat on their hands while wannabe terrorists showed up in Texas to shoot up the “Draw Mohammed” contest. It makes you wonder.

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  31. JohnCasper says:

    The Founding Fathers would consider the FISA Court, the FBI and the CIA to be worse than King George, far worse. Not all of the FISA Court, the FBI and the CIA combined, but each one by itself.

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  32. Pew-Anon says:

    “Nunes is openly stating that FBI officials and FISA judges are working together with the *intent* to conspire against the American people. Pause, and let this sink in…. slowly.”

    It’s been sinking in, slowly, for about three years now. All I can say is, it’s about time a statement like this finally gets made by someone of Nunes’ standing.

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  33. Vince says:

    Nunes 2024

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  34. Bogeyfree says:

    IMO, The greatest CON JOB in American history will be IF in the end there are zero indictments and NOTHING gets declassified and unredacted for Americans.

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  35. Skidroe says:

    It is not ENOUGH to simply get rid of FISA. People have been knowingly breaking the law for at least 12 to 15 years. They thought Hillary would win and they could keep on bribing and blackmailing any and all. Now they want to take our votes away. They can’t hide or lie anymore. The law must be upheld or we won’t have a country anymore. Our kids and grandkids will be living like Venezuela. 12 years ago we did not communicate like we do today. Hell, everyone knows the truth. Hear that Barr EVERYONE! Time to getter done! It must start at the top. Know one will be satisfied with you arresting low hanging fruit.

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    • Dutchman says:

      A LOT longer than 15 years, and they HAVE successfully taken our votes away, for MANY years, in many different ways.
      They successfully defeated B.Goldwater, NOT at the ballot box, but by underhanded means similar to what they tries to do to PDJT.
      IC spying and coordination with complicit media.

      They have controlled the outcome of MANY elections, thru gerrymandrring, primary rigging, splitter candidates, corrupting ALL candidates in order to guarantee no matter which candidate,wins, hes in their pocket, etc.

      Barr can NOT just indict the low hanging fruit. He can’t indict ONE, without indicting ALL. 10,000 participants in a,coup, that includes ALL the powerful leadership of the,swamp.

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    • Agreed Skidroe, and if a “businessman”, the VGGPDJT had not been elected, it would have NEVER been exposed. Donald Trump was a (last chance) gift from God!

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  36. DJ Snyder says:

    The only thing separating these guys from the Nazis that they haven’t resorted to mass murder yet…

    Liked by 4 people

    • DeWalt says:

      They are working out that game plan in Virginia.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Dutchman says:

      Sure they have. Supplying weopons to the Cartels, supplying weopons to ISIS and Terrorists in Afcrapistan.
      Fentanyl and operation neverending war in ME, with stupid rules of engagement, as a form of genocide, to destroy the seed stock of Deplorables, much as Planned infanticide is intended to do with Blacks.

      The whole Arab Spring was intended to herd 10’s if millions of muslims up into the underbelly of Europe, just as the cartel violence is used to herd millions from our southrn border.

      They are responsible for 10’s of MILLIONS of deaths, already,…and capable if ordering many more.

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  37. 335blues says:

    “The FISA judges are refusing to take action against the dirty cops and dirty lawyers” who attempted to overturn a legal election using a falsified FISA court process, and the immense secret
    capabilities of the FBI, CIA, NSA and the justice department.
    LET’S GET THIS STRAIGHT:
    THE FISA COURT PROCESS, set up to override 4th amendment protections of due process in violation of the Bill of Rights not by a Constitutional amendment, but by a bill of the Congress,
    IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL AND ILLEGAL.
    Now Devin Nunes is revealing the rubber stamp process of this illegal, unconstitutional court
    system refuses to hold itself, and those who appear before it, accountable by prosecuting those who have lied and falsified documents and testimony in FISA court proceedings..
    OUR CONSTITUTIONAL REPUBLIC IS TEETERING ON THE PRECIPICE OF DESTRUCTION.
    THE UNCONSTITUTIONAL FISA COURT PROCESS MUST BE DISMANTLED IMMEDIATELY.

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  38. Mike says:

    Wheels of the Gods grind slowly but they do grind finely.

    Victor Hanson

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  39. Justin Woodside says:

    If this happens under POTUS Trump and Barr and nothing happens. They are co-conspirators, where are the damn handcuffs? My vote go to convictions, not charges right before the election. I need a fucking conviction at this point before 2020. Where are the damn handcuffs?

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  40. sunnyflower5 says:

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  41. Skidroe says:

    The head of the FBI has a 10 year term. Obama got Mueller’s term extended. Mueller forced many good FBI agents out and forced more out through retirement. Everyone was replaced by a left wing democrat. Not one conservative hired in 10 or more years. I am tired of hearing that the FBI rank and file are ok or honest. They all need to go and start with Wray.

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    • As a man thinkth says:

      The Lawfare group runs the FBI HUMAN RESOURCES…. remember, that is where Strzok went to hide after Muiller dismissed him….And yes, they have been filling the agency with libs and commies as recommended by the university professors…

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  42. eumenides99 says:

    Read the article here with Hanson. He explains it all.

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  43. MNBV says:

    Hee, hee….there’s the rub, they don’t care if you don’t trust them just as long as things go on pretty much the same.
    Durham is the last chance saloon for the USA.

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    • Dutchman says:

      TRUMP is the last chance saloon for the U.S.A.
      Durham might be a tool for PDJT, or he might be just a tool, and a sideshow for the other side; a head fake, like Hubris,…er HUBER.

      If so, PDJT already knows, and like Sessions, Barr and Durham (and Wray) will be invited to leave DOJ, days after 2020 election.

      And then, you ask?
      “I don’t WANT to do it, I really don’t. But, I AM the chief law enforcement officer in the land, and I CAN take direct control of DOJ and FBI, and I can appoint whoever I want, without confirmation, as “Assistant to the POTUS”.
      Say, Sidney Powell, Rudy Giulliani and Sheriff David Clark.

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      • MNBV says:

        Yeah, but it won’t happen. The President can’t be seen to be taking over Institutions personally, his problem from day 1 has been in appointing people who oppose him culturally and politically to vital positions, as if no research was done on their backgrounds.

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        • Dutchman says:

          OMG! He has little choice. Mitch tells him “THIS person can get confirmed”. His choice is to take who mitch tells him, or leave the position unfilled.
          I find it hard to believe people are still unaware of WHY Mitch makes sure NO Senator votes to recess (it only takes ONE).

          I find it REALLY difficult to accept people are still blaming “Trump” for his appointments, in willful ignorance of the situation regarding McConnells unConstitutional abrogation of advice and consent.

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  44. cliffaheadwolvesbehind says:

    It’s real and happening all over.In horror, we watch as on Jan 1, New York will start emptying the jails and allow crimminals, except for serious violent crimes, to get a ticket to report back voluntarily for your court date. No bail, no jail.
    Check out the list of crimes this covers, you will be shocked.
    Then, all illegals get driver’s licenses.(So they can vote, of course)Law enforcement appealing to The governor to stop this is met with a shrug and a no.
    The dems are going all in.
    This week they will impeach President Trump.
    As much as we look in disbelief,at the kangaroo court they created to do this, it didn’t stop them.
    It’s happening.
    Virginia and Kentucky are in danger of their second amendment rights.
    It is such a hardcore press, that personally, it’s hard to believe we are living it.
    Simple example, in my town, school lunches are constantly increasing for American students, while all illegals get it for free. Taxes are sharply increasing to hire Spanish teachers and build low income housing.Families are fleeing. That is actually true. American young adults have to move out of state because they can’t afford housing.
    Complain to your reps, yawn and move along.
    I no longer expect President Trump to be able to turn this tide alone. It’s like getting a scratch and finding it’s already penetrated into the bone.
    This site and all you treepers still give me hope that together we find a way forward for our children and grandchildren. Whatever path it is.
    My state New York is gone.
    We are all moving.
    Thank you Sundance.
    God bless President Trump and all who fight for America.

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    • lotbusyexec says:

      I live in NY also (Westchester County Area) and we need a serious intervention. We have been poorly lead for years and yet all the Democrats run on is how they will FIX things that they and their policies have broken. Why do NYers keep handing the reigns of power back to those whose only accomplishment is broken promises and the crime and taxation that go with them? When did we go so far off course that we think on demand abortion is ok but buying a Big Gulp from a 7 Eleven is wrong? God help us PLEASE!

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  45. Mike in a Truck says:

    Things getting a little dour here tonight, so to lighten the mood: “Nancy Pelosi’s teeth are falling out of her mouth” -President Trump. I did it.I really peed my pants this time.

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  46. Raptors2020 says:

    The proper name for an economic system where big government and big corporations work together synergistically is corporatism. Mussolini said corporatism was a better name for his system than fascism.

    AT&T apparently gave the phone records of Nunes and Giuliani to Democrat Schiff. The big media corporations have nearly unanimously chosen sides, and Fox is wavering. How long before Twitter cuts off Trump?

    The booming stock market is having little effect on the attitudes of our corporate leaders. They see something larger and more long-term at stake. Some permanent foundational change in the country and the culture, and their chosen vehicle is the Democrat Party.

    Like all social creatures, humans are hierarchical. Striving for a higher social status motivates a wolf, a monkey or a man. The American experiment is the first social system that says you’re born equal in the eyes of God, and your status, going forward, shall be determined by the content of your character.

    This is truly something new, in the history of humanity. I’ve come to realize what the founding fathers understood; Americanism and God are indivisible.

    When Hillary calls Republicans deplorable she’s telling us, in stark terms, we are not her equal. When Democrats celebrate Harvey Weinstein, and many other such reprobates, they’re revealing an emerging social system where status is not based on the content of character.

    Elitists are never truly happy in America. America is a country made by and for the common man (the great Eric Hoffer wrote about this). Our corporate and government elites want very much to evolve (devolve) to a different place. They’d claim modern Europe is their model, but they actually strive for a neo-feudalism built to benefit the elite. A culture where those of highest status remain there, while the poorest are happy with their lot.
    Whatever that is, it’s not America.

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    • rcogburn says:

      This divide goes all the way back to the founding of the Republic. The founding fathers, with wisdom almost unfathomable today, built the system to checks and balances to protect the powerless from the powerful, to stop mass concentrations of wealth and population from asserting their interests over the interests of everyone else; etc. Had they not, by 1800, America would have essentially been under the control of interests from Boston, New York, and maybe Philadelphia .

      Faith in God was the greatest check and balance of them all. IMO, of the many, many ways the left has knowingly distorted and perverted our founding and our laws, their distortion of the meaning of separation of church and state has caused more damage than anything else.

      Separation of church and state protects the church from the state, not the other way around.

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  47. Heika says:

    Nunes letter to Shifty this Sunday – demanding he receive ‘rehabilitation’ – MAGNIFICENT
    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/you-need-rehabilitation-nunes-letter-dismantles-schiff-over-fisa-lies-stroking-steele-and

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  48. Heika says:

    I would like nothing more than to see Mueller ripped to pieces for ALL that he has done ALL OF IT… now and way back – https://www.zerohedge.com/political/second-damning-fbi-lie-about-carter-page-revealed-ig-report-sperry

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  49. Richars S says:

    Sundance,
    I’ve been trying to read about any consequences from the release of the FISA abuse scandal report on General Flynn. Will this help him beat the charges? Is there a fruit of the poisonous tree which can help him and Manafort, Stone etc.

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