Former AG Michael Mukasey Outlines FBI Conspiracy, Explains Why Lisa Page is Suing DOJ and Why FBI Refuses to Unreadact Text Messages…

Former AG Michael Mukasey appears on Fox News for an interview with Maria Bartiromo.  As Mukasey walks through the purpose and intents behind the Lisa Page and Peter Strzok text messages what he outlines is really the motive for Ms. Page to be suing the DOJ and the reason why current FBI Director Chris Wray is covering for them.

Additionally, Mukasey explains the unlawful activity behind HPSCI Chairman Adam Schiff gaining the phone records of Devin Nunes, Rudy Giuliani and John Solomon.  The only thing he didn’t mention is that AT&T owns a primary impeachment stakeholder, CNN.


BIG PICTURE – Lisa Page’s lawsuit is not about a breech of privacy; that’s the excuse.  Lisa Page is working with her Lawfare allies to block the release of unredacted text messages between her and Peter Strzok.  The totality of the communication outlines the context of the FBI conspiracy during the 2016 election.  That *conspiracy* is what FBI Director Christopher Wray was put in place to hide.

DAG Rosenstein recommended Chris Wray for that exact purpose. Wray then hired David Bowditch as his deputy.  Bowditch was/is compromised by his former role in the San Bernadino terrorist attack.  Wray then hired Dana Boente as FBI legal counsel. Boente was/is compromised by his prior role in the DOJ-NSD FISA effort, and his role in the capture of Julian Assange to cover-up the false claim of the Russia DNC hack.

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221 Responses to Former AG Michael Mukasey Outlines FBI Conspiracy, Explains Why Lisa Page is Suing DOJ and Why FBI Refuses to Unreadact Text Messages…

  1. @ChicagoBri says:

    Dismantle the unAmerican FBI.

    Liked by 22 people

    • Dutchman says:

      The dismantling needs to go much further than that; as Sundance poi ts out, the media conglomerates MUST be dismantled.

      Heres an excercise; call up your phone service provider and tell them you want a copy of YOUR phone records.

      Not your ‘bill’, your ‘LUDS’ as the cops call them. Recirds that show who you called, or who calked you, what date/time, and how long the,call lasted.


      .NOT without a court order. I know, cause I tried once.
      But they are MY records, if MY phone calls!
      “Sorry, no. They are the PHONE companies records, and YOU can’t have them!”

      Liked by 8 people

      • Boots says:

        the media conglomerates MUST be dismantled

        …must be destroyed, never to rise again…
        -David Plouffe, American Communist

        Liked by 2 people

        • Dutchman says:

          Debuting in 2025, …..Trump T.V., a Division of Trump Media Corp…9 bye bye mainstream media. He will be able to pick up existing media companies, at “Fire sale” prices, as their previous owners will have destroyed any credibility, and therefore the “good will” portion of their accessed market value.

          He will recoup whatever financial losses he has experienced, during his time in office, ten fold.

          Liked by 1 person

          • The Deplorable Tina says:

            If he buys CNN, fires everyone there, and makes it into a real news company, THAT would be hilarious!

            Liked by 6 people

            • Raptors2020 says:

              Fredo will be happy parking cars, if he gets to wear a sharp gold “Trump” blazer.


            • Dutchman says:

              Oh, I suspect so. And the NYT, and Wapo.
              He has said that his youthful aspirations were NOT real estate development.
              He wanted to go into MEDIA. ‘Entertainment’, News, that sort of thing.
              Given his phenominal energy, he is not going to ‘retire’, and paint pictures, or build houses for the homeless.

              Liked by 1 person

      • Dutchman,
        I am not sure if I am understanding correctly what you are suggesting, but I do see “who you called, or who calked you, what date/time, and how long the,call lasted.” when I login to my account, albeit for current period.
        What am I missing? Even 20 years ago, when I was a AT&T land line guy, in my bill I had all the details that you mentioned.
        Coming from a person of your caliber, I am sure I am not understanding what you mentioned / your point. What am I missing since I can see all the details that you mentioned that the phone company will not give you?


        • Dutchman says:

          I had a restraining order in place, between me and another person. Doesn’t matter who requested it, it goes both ways.
          This person called me, talked for 2 minutes, and hung up.
          I called them BACK, to respond to what they were saying.
          They had caller i.d. I didn’t. They reported ne, and Police came to arrest me. I attempted to get my phone records from landline service, to prove they called me, and was denied.
          Spent nite in jail. Talking local calls, on landlines, would have to look up dates, but not 20 years ago.

          Liked by 3 people

          • Dutchman, sorry to hear how you were setup.

            I have not had landline for years now so no idea how it is now. Right now I have prepaid cellphone and I checked my online account and it is documenting every call I get or make with all the derails. For text message, it is not giving me details about who sent me or whom I sent, but it does have log of I received a message or I sent a message. I even use Rebtel for international calling and that too documents every call I make (when, what number, for how long). Do not know how landline works nowadays, but when I had one 20 years ago, it gave me detailed log of it. (The reason I remember this was because AT&T billed me more than 5 grand for international calling – I was new to the country with no family or friends at the time – and I had a long running dispute with them for those billings. ) If I recall, even when I had Vonage, it documented all my calls. Now for past many years I am only using cell phones and Rebtel (international calling). Never bothered to check my call logs with the phone company for many years until I read your comment. But your information is eye opening and I guess a good lesson to take copy of the call logs every month from online account.


            • Dutchman says:

              Again, this was a # of years ago, actually the nite in jail brought back old memories, and reminded me of why I changed my ways, lol.

              Nothing as humbling as a nite in jail, its good for the soul, and everyone should experience it at least once in their life,…

              Anyway, Nunes makes the point I was trying to make. The statutes are pretty specific that only the Police, for LEGITIMATE criminal investigation, are allowed to get access to ANYONES phine records, and short of a request from LE, or a court order, the providers are NOT supposed to release that info.

              A Congressional (phony) subpoena doesn’t cut it, and AT&T’ s attorneys SHOULD have told them not to comply.


      • True North says:

        Perhaps this is too conspiratorial but, IMHO, the large Media companies have become the bought and paid for propaganda arm of the deep state. I suspect a lot of the money in the intelligence agencies budgets include direct or indirect payments to large media companies and media influencers. If you are looking for them, data points occasionally leak out that support this conclusion,


        • Dutchman says:

          Not necesary; they deal in “intelligence”, remember? Just get one of their ‘independant’ contractors like Epstien or Deripaska to entice the CEO, or their son, into a compromising position, with youngsters, or kiddie porn on their phone, or corrupt business deal.
          Just like ‘turning’ an agent, or creating an asset or C.I.,…Its what they DO. Why expend money, when blackmail will do?


    • Boots says:

      Calling Tim McVeigh….


      • Waymore says:

        Your a sick bastard


      • Greg1 says:

        Respectfully, that’s what democrats and liberals want to see on this website so as to make their negative accusations and try to discredit the site.

        Liked by 4 people

      • Magabear says:

        Not that I need to remind the moderators here, but posts like that are exactly what leftist groups like Media Matters and SPLC love to see on conservative websites. They cherry pick them from the rest of the posts and say “look at how extreme CTH is”!

        Not a good look for the rest of the treehouse.

        Liked by 3 people

      • Risa says:

        I know people who were working in downtown OKC on that day. They were in a building close to the Murrah building. When the bomb went off their building shook so hard it threw them to the floor.

        I have a cousin who worked the site helping survivors. It has taken her a long time to get past what she saw. Do you remember there was a daycare center in the building? Well, she will never forget it.

        What Tim McVeigh did was evil and it did nothing to advance whatever he thought his “cause” was. I hope you were unthinkingly making a joke and just didn’t stop to consider the true impact of that terrible day.

        Liked by 1 person

    • frankmystery says:

      Nothing short of a civil war is going to dismantle anything. Best we can hope for is draining some of the swamp. In 40 years all I’ve seen change is the speed at which we circle the drain but we never go backwards and fix things. The permanent bureaucracy is massive now and I just don’t see government scaling back willingly. Obviously I promote a peaceful solution but I just can’t see how it will be accomplished given the powerful interests behind everything.

      Liked by 3 people

      • anthonydog says:



        So much to do…So many traitors

        Saddam’s Revenge: Ash Carter, NLOS-LS, Russia’s Club-K, Iran, KGL, and Gulftainer and How They Converge to Put America in Mortal Danger


      • It’s getting really scary to hear so many people ignorantly mention “civil war”. Do you not realize that would only benefit the psychopathic political puppets of the psychopathic globalist bankster/corporatists trying to build a one-world feudalist system?

        Please, realize that “civil war” is NOT good for the people, period. We need to allow President Trump to finish what he’s doing peacefully, without a need for a revolution either. IF it ever comes to that, I’m in. Millions of people like us are in… but it’s not time. Not at all.

        We need an Intelligent Reckoning, the kind of drain the swamp from the TOP Reckoning.

        Do some research on “civil war”, please, and the results it brings, or lack of… I mean this all in a kind and respectful way, sorry if it doesn’t come out that way to you.


        • frankmystery says:

          My overall intent is to wake people up. It’s scary how few realize what’s happening. I want a peaceful process like anyone else but I do not feel I’m being too casual mentioning it. At what point do we agree to act? After they’ve successfully removed 2a and our only means to check government? If the last 3 years is any indication another 5 won’t alter the path we’re on. Maybe slow it down.

          It would be absolutely terrifying and awful for America I have no doubt. I’ve read many books on these topics. My fear is by the time everyone agrees it’s time it’ll be impossible to realise. Perhaps everyone would prefer to be more like Australia. They “handed” in their guns and now their just along for the ride. Maybe thier waiting, I don’t know.

          As far as reasons go there’s too many to count and far too many for Trump to fix. I’m just trying to be realistic about what we’re up against. That being said, let’s say we did and we won and removed the federal reserve. Would the bankers just twist the arms of other global powers and start another war on our shores like earlier in our history? It’s a highly complex problem I’ll give you that.


    • Yy4u says:

      Should dismantle it but it wont happen


  2. not2worryluv says:

    I don’t understand why Wray wasn’t vetted more thoroughly by President Trump and then left Wray and Rosenstein (Mr. I Can Wear A Wire) to appoint the rest of the “team”.

    Liked by 3 people

    • The Boss says:

      The writing is on the wall for “current director Wray”.

      Liked by 14 people

    • albertus magnus says:

      Because PDJT is not trying to see past crimes prosecuted. He is working to fix the problems not go backward.

      I do not agree this is the right thing to do, but he is a talented, brilliant executive and manager and he has decided to focus on those issues that are most dear to him….MAGAnomics.

      Liked by 7 people

      • slopoke1 says:

        Trump may not prosecute, but he WILL extract his revenge.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Zorro says:

        Yeah, Trump is within a House vote and a Senate vote of being removed from the presidency but his mind is on other things.

        Liked by 2 people

      • sentinelle says:

        It seems to me that the swamp has become a great big trap ensnaring a lot of wrongdoers. Draining the swamp leaves them standing there with the spot lights on them. Running around like unclothed emperors not knowing how exposed they’ve become. In the end, it will be ‘we the people’ calling for prosecutions and will likely be obliged.

        Liked by 2 people

      • fabrabbit says:

        If he gets fired He can release notes to friends at Lawfare & they can have another Special Council.


      • You don’t know what President Trump is “trying” or not “trying to” do yet albertus. No one but he does so far. And if you do, do tell where you are getting your information from!

        We all, myself included, sometimes project what we think he’s doing into what he’s doing, but we cannot do that, especially when we have expectations that are contrary to it. It’s setting ourselves up for disappoint time and time again.


    • L4grasshopper says:

      Keep in mind that when Trump appointed Wray, the Mueller travesty was still going strong.

      Politically — his options were limited by needing to wait until that mess was in the rear view mirror.

      His master stroke was getting Barr in place. The Swamp probably assumed Barr would be a Wray clone.

      Liked by 12 people

    • alonzo1956 says:

      It isn’t difficult to understand when a person realizes the immensity of this clown show and the totality of the players involved. It is looking to me like there are many more people involved than I originally believed, and hopefully Durham will provide clarity on the issues. I made a post some time ago that I thought approx. 50 – 60 people should be locked up for life, while 100 or so get 20 years with another 300 getting 5 years. It wouldn’t shock me to see numbers close to that. POTUS had to select from people who were trying to take him out, and thank God he is still standing.

      Liked by 18 people

      • nobaddog says:

        Your right. There are so many people involved and it needs to be cleaned up. Its a big party in DC and whoever we elect (until Trump) were automatically invited. The gifts given kept everyone quiet.Only a few men of integrity resisted the trough they eat from. The uniparty is still out to get Trump removed and he better not take his eyes off of his so called new friends. Like they openly say, they cant let the people re elect him. His time in DC has to end now! Nothing else matters to them.
        Pray for the president, support him 100% and open as many eyes as you can on social media. Send them here to be educated.

        Liked by 4 people

    • LCPUSA says:

      because at that time even the republicans were out to get trump.

      burr, mccain, mcconnell, all were complicit in the dossier. and rubio…every time trump tweeted about the fbi what happened? little marco rushed to their defense.

      they’d still throw him out if they could, but hebase would show up in DC and lynch them all.

      Liked by 11 people

    • doohmax says:

      Maybe the President is putting these people in position to attempt a coverup, knowing all the while he has the evidence already in hand. To put it another way, maybe he is giving them the rope to hang themselves.

      Liked by 6 people

    • deqwik2 says:

      Yes & Bowdich was also in the email chain with the Coupsters so he knew what was going on. I’m sure that’s why Wray chose him as his assistant.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Darren says:

      You have to remember Trump had few choices back then. All his appointments were being blocked. Thier clearances were being held up. Total obstruction of any Maga friendly person. The GOP offered up Wray and someone they could get through. Now we understand why….

      Liked by 2 people

      • zimbalistjunior says:

        um, look at what happened with ratcliffe nomination
        its pretty clear that the President cannot get white hats confirmed by the senate

        what SD has been saying for months plus is that Barr Pompeo etc did get confirmed.
        so until those guys prove to us that they are in fact white hats, sadly, we have to go with the presumption that they are in fact black hats, or maybe gray hats.

        and public statements by barr may count to demonstrate some white hatted-ness but they are not dispositive.
        sadly, we gotta wait and see. unless we organize and do something like apply pressure.

        a million person march on congress would be a start.

        truth is that we have the manpower, and we have the motivation and the spirit.

        what we need is a leadership to organize and lead a movement.


    • GB Bari says:

      Chris Christie recommended Wray to President Trump as a replacement for Comey. In the early days of the Administration PDJT was trusting some GOP establishment folks that he thought he knew well enough to make good recommendations. Christie betrayed the President’s trust.

      Liked by 4 people

    • oldumb says:

      Why bother vetting? If they are Maga they won’t be confirmed. POTUS doesn’t control the DOJ. He was blocked from firing his own “handpicked” AG. That is your answer as to why


  3. zimbalistjunior says:

    thanks SD. the text re pressure to complete MYE is key.

    what other Strzok-Page communications have we yet to see that would shock people?
    will we see them?

    Liked by 10 people

    • dwpender says:

      President Trump could declassify and release them ANY DAY.

      Liked by 1 person

      • BoreMole says:

        And yet he hasn’t.

        Call in the head of FBI – publicly demand declassification in 24 hours. If/when he/she does not, fire the person immediately; and call the next one in. rinse, repeat every day. If the top 20 people are gone, what exactly is the problem?

        I think this would be really good optics too, honestly, for everyday Americans to watch bureaucrats protect their own from embarrassment by refusing to honor transparency to voters. Obvious example of the swamp you could run in re-elect ads all day long.

        Liked by 6 people

        • Not bad, but he should wait until he’s exonerated by the Senate.

          Liked by 3 people

          • Not2worryluv says:

            What if he is not exonerated by the Senate?
            I assume he would lose all the power immediately after the vote.
            Anyone know?


          • Rita Camp says:

            And after the conclusion of the Durham criminal investigation. He can’t disclose materials needed for his court case. Remember that discovery is invoked when the case is filed with the court and made public.


          • ann says:

            These show trials will go on and on and on. Its miserable. Arrest the commanders who disrupted and blocked the transfer of powers, Start with Yates, work your way forward.

            They knew all about the long term chronic wrongdoings outlined in the FISC DoJ Compliance review .

            Fusion had a notorious reputation. Even I would not have signed writ apps on the say so of those humps.

            Incarcerate them. They strut about crowing like cocks on their dung heap. We look like weak fools to foreign nations. Just do it,


      • Tl Howard says:

        You don’t know that. POTUS doesn’t have them in his possession. If Barr hasn’t gotten them from Wray, what makes us think POTUS could?


      • oldumb says:

        “President Trump could declassify and release them ANY DAY.”
        I know you believe that, but I don’t think it works that was in reality. Who is he going to call? AND then who does he call when the first person doesn’t declass the docs? Then when the media spin up some crazy lie that “trump wants the Russians to see our secrets”, who does he call?
        “President Trump could declassify and release them ANY DAY.” BAH


    • Raptors2020 says:

      Could be they’re hiding a lot to hide a little? One Strzok/Page text discussing Trump’s assassination would be a game-changer. DOJ/Lawfare will play legalese games ’til the cow/Nadler comes home, but violence tears down all the walls. Mueller was handed a team of biased, ardent Democrats and didn’t care, but FBI Bob saw one message between the horseface Lisa and psycho Strzok and immediately fired them both. What was it?

      Liked by 7 people

      • Lulu says:

        I’ve always believed they discussed assassination. I believe the IC, FBI, and Pentagon have probable all discussed it in-house coming up with their own scenarios. I believe the DOJ/FBI plotting is what they’ve been desperately trying to hide.

        Liked by 7 people

      • Margaret Garland says:

        Always believed it was the A word. Recall LP’s text to PS, something like: Never text me again? My hunch is that THAT’S what she was responding to.
        Ugh! Pure evil. Makes me pray for our wonderful president all the more and take great pleasure knowing PDJT’s invisible shield of Divine Light activates the Trump boomerang effect.
        No one can beat the power of his positivity. What an inspiration.

        Liked by 2 people

  4. Rgt says:

    Move all agency hqs out of dc and scatter them across the country.

    Anyone who would ever trust the fbi much less talk to them has not been paying attention.

    Liked by 17 people

    • annieoakley says:


      Liked by 1 person

    • Careful – – they might poison every part of the country they congregate in.

      Liked by 1 person

      • littleanniefannie says:

        I disagree. They were emboldened in DC because everybody there has the singular pathetic thought visible. The superiority complex in the Hoover Building (floor 7 specifically) is exceeded by the snooty air on the 7th floor of the CIA building. If these agencies are put deep in flyover country they will soon realize that they are on separate islands and the Deplorables are the gators in their moats. With at least 500 miles between them and “monitors” to ensure that they are not playing footsie, it is possible that they can remain. The top of each agency will be at the bottom of several prisons. They will only see sunlight for disinfection time. No communication twist and tween them. None of them. Visitors strictly monitored. If even a hint of corruption is found, the agencies will be immediately dissolved, pensions disappear and no agent can be hired by any government agency. Additionally, no agents will be allowed to have a job (even janitor) at any media outlet. If they see a problem, then dissolution becomes immediate.

        Liked by 2 people

        • Interesting points., however, my comment was directed more at them poisoning their new local neighbors who already have lived there.

          Liked by 2 people

        • Janet Smith says:

          In today’s world why does anyone need to live in DC (from the govt). They can log in from home. I want to see my representatives shopping at the grocery store and running errands in my town so I can ask them “What are you doing to represent your constituents?” They DO need to bust up all the central agencies. It would be cheaper as well if the State Dept. was headquartered let’s say in Fargo, ND !!


        • Janet Smith says:

          In today’s world why does anyone need to live in DC (from the govt). They can log in from home. I want to see my representatives shopping at the grocery store and running errands in my town so I can ask them “What are you doing to represent your constituents?” They DO need to bust up all the central agencies. It would be cheaper as well if the State Dept. was headquartered let’s say in Fargo, ND !!


      • globalwarmingatheist says:

        There are plenty of locations that could poison them.
        Corpus Christi
        South Bend
        Denali Alaska
        Death valley

        Liked by 1 person

    • As long as the buildings that they work in are along the vein of double wide trailers and a breakroom with a vending machine and linoleum floors.

      Liked by 3 people

  5. California Joe says:

    Wray needs to be FIRED along with every FBI official that he hired!

    Liked by 20 people

  6. kenramsey says:

    When the previous IG report revealed that FBI personnel were accepting bribes by news organizations for leaks, Wray incredibly came out and said that the proper response is more training for agents. That was incredible. No, the proper response is prosecution. He should have been fired right then and there if you ask me.

    Liked by 23 people

  7. Nigella says:

    Fire them all

    Liked by 3 people

  8. Perot Conservative says:

    So, Barr removing Wray AND Bowditch would be a step.

    But what would be the political cost?

    Explanation is easy: ‘Given the severe and wide-ranging problems, omissions, procedural violations and lies in the recent OIG report… combined with non action on stated reforms by Director Wray over a year ago in response to various systemic FBI problems … both individuals have submitted their resignations to spend more time with family.’

    ‘I have also relieved them of their top secret & classified clearance designations.’

    Liked by 13 people

  9. Talk about a preponderance of the evidence! What we have seen in the past week has provided irrefutable proof of the case that Sundance has laid out on these pages.

    Everyone else connected with this fiasco- heroes and villains- has written a book with their version of what transpired..

    Someday I hope that Sundance will put together his treasure trove of research and analysis and pen the definitive work on the Civil War/ Coup. Nobody better to do it.

    Liked by 7 people

  10. Judy Taylor says:

    Don’t stop with departments: Move members of Senate and Congress OUT of DC and TO their districts. They need to become acquainted with the electorate.

    Liked by 9 people

  11. BL says:

    Does anyone know if AT&T really gave and admits to giving the records to Schiff? The man does lie. What if Schiff got them some other way…

    Liked by 2 people

  12. Miller says:

    The text are the “documentation of bias and intent”.

    Liked by 3 people

  13. Drain the swamp, get rid of the FBI

    Liked by 2 people

  14. John says:

    The Deep State can’t bring itself to admit they setup Trump. Maybe they should get OJ and scour the nations golf courses looking for who setup Trump. The longer this goes the worse it’s going to be for them.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Marie Avante says:

    “A ‘lawsuit’ that goes nowhere is the next best thing to ‘national security’ for hiding, not exposing, dirty little secret back-channel connections between the ‘opposed’ players on the stage.” —Ashton Gray

    Liked by 1 person

  16. MNBV says:

    So there just might be a tiny niche of the Administrative State that rejects the Administrative State in favour of the Republic and Constitution.
    Good on Mukasey

    Liked by 3 people

  17. Zombie says:

    Mukasey. Old fashioned common sense and a grasp of the details.

    Liked by 8 people

  18. dwpender says:

    Could we get declassified and see ASAP the name of the person( presently redacted) at “the Agency” (presumably CIA) referenced in Strozk’s August 5, 2016 text to Page, right after Strozk attended an initial meeting with “the Agency” regarding Crossfire Hurricane? The Agency person Strozk quoted as saying, “The White House is running this.”

    Let’s hear from this individual. What was the basis for his statement? How and what had he previously learned re CH and from whom? Why did the FBI stooges like Priestap think it was an FBI-run “operation.”

    AG Barr — How about acting tomorrow on this? You only need to declassify and release one presently redacted name!

    P.S. We’d of course appreciate seeing all the Strozk/Page emails in unredacted form, but we’ll take material tidbits to start.

    Liked by 3 people

  19. evergreen says:

    Let’s get this STRAIGHT about Strzok and Lisa Page: they were incompetent criminals, most UNDESERVED of top clearances. Here’s why…

    We know about all of the inside poop because these two were texting about it. Obama wants to know “everything”, insurance policy, names of media “operatives”, methods, etc. This we know, and for any tidbits we (SD) could ascertain through other media, we have correlation and confirmation of that information.

    These two violated institutional procedures and national security measures by discussing all of these things on unsecured lines of communication. These two allegedly were bopping each other. These two were plotting against the opposition party (bias, prima facie, Mr. Horowitz!), the president-elect, and ultimately against the President (overthrow of the government). All of these are cause for loss of security clearance in their own right. The outcome of their acts–the discovery–is proof that they violated their protocols; their secrets were revealed. How is that for rating a security clearance, not to mention a top one at that?

    These two should be serving Manafort’s sentence.

    Liked by 11 people

  20. Zombie says:

    Sundance, IMO your research provides investigative shortcuts for Barr and Durham besides the big picture view of the hoax/coup. Di o you know if this info is getting to them or the president’s team.

    We know Ms. Powell has taken advantage.


  21. A2 says:

    All three interviews recently posted were great. Mukasey just nailed another charge at the feet of the coupists.

    Liked by 3 people

  22. evergreen says:

    Mukasey is now a benchmark of seriousness by which Wray should be measured.

    Liked by 1 person

  23. Zombie says:

    Now is the time to release more Strzok/Page before an Obama judge seals them from daylight.

    Liked by 3 people

  24. MVW says:

    It is essential to point out the key players, that without which everything falls apart. There are many but there are only a few blockbusters.

    Jeff Sessions is one, an obvious one for the very start. He is one keystone for which so many things follow.

    However, before Jeff is Chief Justice John Roberts. He is essential for 2 reasons:
    FISA oversight key, he had to fail to provide proper oversight.
    Impeachment trial. Yes, this cabal was serious about the whole 9 yards.

    One more is Pence, and he exposed himself only once with his role in the firing of Flynn.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Elric VIII says:

      Chief Justice John Roberts (AKA “The Dread Pirate Roberts”) has more than two reasons to question his integrity. Some of his rulings have been complete flip-flops from his previous positions for no understandable reasons. Why is that? Has he been compromised by the FBI “contractors?” That suspicion may also have bearing on his lack of proper FISA oversight.

      Liked by 6 people

  25. DesertRain says:

    Let the sunshine in…

    Liked by 1 person

  26. Bogeyfree says:

    So if we see all this then surely AG Barr has to see ALL of this too!

    Now the question is, what will he do about this blatant conspiracy?

    But my question is, why has Barr not done anything with Wray?

    Does it possibly suggest Barr is OK what Wray is doing as he is always singing his praises so does this possibly suggest Barr also does not want anything exposed that might put the FIB in bad light?

    The biggest travesty is if in the end we get no indictments and nothing declassified and unredacted.

    Liked by 1 person

  27. DebbieSemms says:

    Barr’s constant praise of Wray leads me to distrust Barr and anything he hast touched. I also have little faith in Durham since Barr appointed him. Strong words are meaningless, only arrests will change my mind.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. DebbieSemms says:

    I forgot to mention Barr’s praise of Rosenstein, and Mueller as well.

    Liked by 1 person

    • And they’re both gone now…

      Liked by 3 people

    • billinlv says:

      Bagpipes Bill gives great speeches but unlike his title, (Attorney GENERAL), I see no warrior/genuine fight to the death in the guy. I see him more as a compromiser/peace negotiator, let’s find a way for everyone to save face and just get along. Negotiating peace terms is fine after the enemy has been crushed and held accountable. I am afraid that Barr intends to skip step one and two and go right to step three. Barr is literally surrounded by arch criminals. Everywhere he turns he bumps into them. And yet, not a single criminal has been made to feel the least bit uncomfortable and tremendous amounts of information and evidence are being lost, forgotten and swept away with time.
      James Comey pronounced Hillary Clinton guilty of running an illegal private server. Why has she not been charged with that obvious crime? All Barr has to do is shake the tree. All kinds of things will fall out of it. It appears he is sipping a single malt scotch while contemplating his navel in the shade of that tree.
      Debbie Semms is right to be wary of Mr. Barr.


      • warrprin1 says:

        AG Barr announces, wordlessly, with every unproductive day that goes by, that his goal is to protect the D.C. “Institutions of Government” – no matter how great their failure, no matter how purpose driven their malevolence, no matter whatever else is at stake – even if it means upending the legal election results of 2016 with the circus of a fake impeachment and conviction.

        Mr. barr, the protection of the Deep State is worth THIS? ⬆️ THIS ⬆️, Mr. AG Barr, is what we see.

        THIS IS THE DANGER: He appears wedded to the purpose of protecting the unofficial, UNCONSTITUTIONAL, 4th Branch of government.

        I agree with comments posted up thread of this one: AG Barr has made no visible progress in taking out those who colluded, almost successfully, to take out the President of the United States. And worse, the Fat Lady has not yet sung.

        I want to see the damn text messages, unredacted, between the two lovebirds: NOW – no matter how incriminating they prove to be.


  29. emeraldcoaster says:

    I hope Wray’s name pops up in Durham’s work so POTUS can sack the worm without causing a political Schiff storm.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Mr e-man says:

      Based on POTUS comments about Wray’s FISA comments, he is done. The timing, depends on the stupid impeachment and investigation. Any defense Trump tries is labeled by the corrupt media as some attempt at obstruction and an impeachable crime. His thoughts are crimes. He is not allowed to defend himself.

      When Peach foty fi concludes, Wray is toast and the truth will come out.

      Liked by 2 people

  30. Passive Observer says:

    The Horowitz report states that “the Crossfire Hurricane team received Steele’s election reporting on September 19.” This may be true in the sense that the “investigation opened on July 31, 2016,” but based on all the reported contacts between Steele, Simpson, etc., and US government officials before then, I’m convinced that at least Strzok knew about the Steele allegations well before then. It is possible that it was a closely held secret and that the “insurance policy” was simply the Steele sludge, which Page didn’t know about back in early August.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Passive Observer says:

      Apologies, I was confusing the “insurance policy” text with the one where Strzok assured Page that he would “stop Trump” from being elected…

      Liked by 2 people

    • Mr e-man says:

      Strzok was in London when Downer and his spies, including Halper, brought Papadop to England and tried to set him up. So was Bill Preistap and Gina Haspel.

      They knew.

      Liked by 3 people

      • BitterC says:

        Gina Haspel……that’s a name hardly mentioned. I can only speculate on what she knows based on her being the London chief during the most critical time period. Also can only speculate what color hat she wears

        We really don’t know what we don’t know, but just like Rudy, I can’t imagine the Durham & Barr statements would be made without some concrete evidence. And concrete it must be if we have any hope of seeing any justice. At this point, what is released to the public is irrelevant

        I am content to wait until Durham makes his move. If that gives no satisfaction then I will grab my torch & pitchfork & join the mob clammering for all the documents

        Liked by 1 person

    • Mr e-man says:

      Nunes said the insurance policy was known and was specific. It was the FISA warrant. To look at the emails in the Trump campaign.

      Maybe Strzok thought there was some Russia info or other compromising stuff. Or it could be they would know the campaigns strategy. The same thing Nixon was trying to do.

      If my opponent knows everything I am doing, they can counter it, and make it ineffective. close election, boom, they steal it.

      Liked by 2 people

  31. California Joe says:

    According to Stzrok’s text to Lisa Page that POTUS wants to know EVERYTHING you can guarantee that COMEY knew everything too because it’s the FBI Director that talks to POTUS OBAMA not some low field agents. Field agents do not pick up the phone and dial…POTUS!

    Liked by 3 people

  32. Ken Maritch says:

    Even if these people are not procecuted, PDJT has clearly exposed the corruption…. It will no longer be relegated to the dark corners… The conspiracy theory sites of the web.

    Liked by 3 people

  33. Sherri Young says:

    David Bowdich was brought in from the west coast pretty much at the same time as McCabe.

    Comey named McCabe to be Deputy Director on January 29, 2016 with a starting date of February 1, 2016. McCabe moved up from Associate DD because the outgoing DD was retiring.

    David Bowdich made the move from the Los Angeles field office to FBI HQ in April 2016 to fill the job McCabe had just vacated as Associate Deputy Director.

    Christopher Wray started as FBI Director on August 2, 2017. After some drama, McCabe was fired by David Bowdich on March 16, 2018 and David Bowdich became Deputy Director at that point.

    I have not found any indication of who brought Bowdich to DC. Not many from which to choose. Anyway, Bowdich was around for MYE and Crossfire Hurricane and Mueller.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Sherri Young says:

      To clarify — McCabe was already working in DC earlier on. He moved from ADIC at the Washington Field Office to Assoc. Deputy Director at FBI HQ in September 2015 after having been appointed to that position on July 31th.

      Two interesting items —
      – McCabe worked the Boston Bombing investigation. Apparently Peter Strzok and Lisa Page did too.

      – McCabe worked for awhile starting in 2003 as SSA at the Eurasian Organized Crime Task Force which was run out of the New York office. While looking around, I saw blurb with familiar names associated with that office. Since we already know that corruption is deeply entrenched in Ukraine, it set off some bells. Besides that, Daniel Goldman was a prosecutor working Russian organized crime from the SDNY from 2007 to 2017.

      Don’t know. Just interesting.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Jan says:

        And Bruce Ohr was working Russian organized crime and Ohr and McCabe at one time worked together. I imagine Ohr would have been consulted concerning the Boston Marathon bombing. And of course, who was FBI director during the bombing and ignored warnings from Russia about the 2 brothers? Robert Mueller.

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  34. Bogeyfree says:

    I think PT should test Barr and Wray by ordering that the Collier Report Footnote 69 be declassified and unredacted immediately.

    If PT gets push back from Barr or Wray them he knows what the real mission is.

    Time for a test Mr. President as history will note that the greatest travesty in your Presidency would be if there are no indictments and nothing gets exposed to the American people.

    Don’t let anyone snooker you Mr. President.

    Liked by 1 person

  35. ihaterats says:

    This is why you gotta watch Bartiromo Sunday morning.

    Sent from my iPhone



  36. Lt. Col MR52 says:

    Donald J. Trump
    ‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump
    1h1 hour ago

    Donald J. Trump Retweeted Mark Meadows

    Because Nancy’s teeth were falling out of her mouth, and she didn’t have time to think!

    Donald J. Trump added,
    Mark Meadows
    Verified account @RepMarkMeadows
    Because it wasn’t true
    13,344 replies 10,213 retweets 37,506 likes

    From Brietbeit post:

    False teeth.

    False accusations.

    False pretenses to care about the U.S. or Constitution.

    Everything in Pelosi’s mouth is false.


    • Greg1 says:

      Trump CLEARLY isn’t afraid of Pelosi, or else he’d be trying somehow to get on her good side (even if that is fictitious).

      Nope. He just tweaks away and her fellow democrats will view this as her being weakened just like the American public will. And you KNOW she’s all prayerful about what to do about it……


    • Conservative_302 says:

      And her eyebrows almost touch her hairline. YUCK! I hear Hillary got a face lift. She looks really creepy.


  37. evergreen says:

    Trump has grounds, easy, to fire Wray for cause.

    He can then appoint Mukasey, or Adm. Rogers, or Devin Nunes, or Senator Johnson, or move Ben Carson over.


  38. TradeBait says:

    Maybe it’s just me, but it seems like a time to chill and watch the moves as they are played by PDT and the MAGA patriots. They seem to know how and what to do.

    Liked by 1 person

  39. atlantis actual says:

    @ the 3:40 mark in the above video Former AG Michael Mukasey gives an account of then F.B.I. Director Comey giving briefings pertaining to Carter Page at a point in time prior to when the F.B.I. was alerted to Page’s Russian contacts (per the timeline in the OIG report). Does anyone know what briefing Former AG Michael Mukasey is referencing here?


    • Right to reply says:

      “In a May 16, 2016, email to fellow campaign staffers Walid Phares and J.D. Gordon, Page wrote that he had been making his “key messages as low-key and apolitical as possible” but that he recently “got another idea. If [Trump] would like to take my place of honor and raise the temperature a little bit, of course I’d be willing to yield this honor to him.” During Page’s testimony, he confirmed that the “honor” was going to Russia. Page testified that he was unaware that fellow foreign policy adviser George Papadopoulos was also lobbying the Trump campaign to send Trump to Russia at the same time. Papadopoulos, who was in communication with Russian officials, sent at least 11 emails from March to August 2016 proposing a Trump trip to meet with Russian officials. In other emails read during Page’s House testimony, he boasted to campaign staff of receiving “incredible insights and outreach” from Russian legislators and senior members of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s administration. Page testified that those insights were just observations from a speech he attended.”

      Liked by 1 person

      • BitterC says:

        LOL. That reminds me of trying to read an early Page House testimony that was released. I never got through it. Gowdy was trying to pin him down about meetings Page claimed to have with Trump. Turns out, he had attended some rallies and thought of them as “meetings”.

        I have a feeling the coup cabal burned a very good asset in Carter Maxwell Smart Page


  40. Right to reply says:

    Can we safely assume that Page was just another Patrick Byrne? Sent in to spy, but found nothing? Byrne FBI – Page CIA?


  41. dottygal says:

    Extract Wray and anyone else he hired. President Trump, Why are you waiting?


  42. Bulldog84 says:

    I hope Mukasey is correct that Schiff violated the criminal code in obtaining the phone records. Perhaps that’s why Schiff is looking so haggard today.


  43. dufrst says:

    Im asking for justice, in asking for justice! I’m demanding justice but when and how are we going to get justice ? These people are covering their tracks and the media is complicit! We are down to Durham and if he can’t deliver, we will never get an opportunity again to unveil this conspiracy to remove our POTUS!

    Liked by 1 person

  44. Truthfilter says:

    I can’t believe AT&T released those phone records to Schiff. I have been with AT&T since 2001-2002. Their rates and coverage were always better and less expensive than the others in my particular geographic location. However, the other wireless companies now offer just as much reliability and coverage and I don’t mind paying a little more if it means hitting AT&T (and by extension, CNN!) right smack in the groin!

    We should all boycott AT&T, Dish Network, and our local cable companies en mass. Just cut the cords.

    Liked by 1 person

  45. Truthfilter says:

    “Lisa Page is working with her Lawfare allies to block the release of unredacted text messages between her and Peter Strzok.”

    In other words, lawsuits and ongoing investigations insure the coup players that incriminating documents will remain redacted and/or classified?

    Liked by 1 person

  46. This Mukasey guy is really smart. Maybe Trump should have hired him as his AG.


  47. angech says:

    Downer is really unlucky.
    Would Sundance like me to do a price on him?
    He is the weak link.


  48. Retired IG says:

    On topic, maybe for the first time I GUESS :-), but Lisa Page and her legal team can’t win on this one. If (as I presume) Lisa P had a government issued phone, Therefore, she gave up her right to privacy on that device. Once issued to you, you have to sign “zee paper.”The government and we the people own that phone Lisa P, and every forking text you wrote on it so suck it up already.
    And even if was her private phone, and surely sounds to me that she was “conducting personal business” while on the taxpayer payroll. So she he is still screwed. She has NO STANDING in her lawsuit.
    I also have no IDEA what Lisa P. contributed to the DOJ and the American taxpayer during her tenure. For all I know she’s receiving a government pension. Used to be the Top Secret Security Clearance was a badge of honor. But people that I knew and worked with had their clearance’s taken at times for sometimes ,inane action, but their lives were DESTROYED when their badges were taken away. Yes, it is a myth that a Federal employee never gets fired.
    And as for Wray and Rosenstein, both are Senior Executives receiving salaries and pensions you would puke to know of. I hope these are stripped from both of them. And I’ll bet, any U.S government official who took the pledge to uphold the U.S. Constitution ( and took it as a true, heart felt pledge) may be as tortured as I have been for years now. What a forking betrayal.
    First, learning the Catholic church is nothing but an undercover pedophile criminal crime syndicate. And secondly, and running astride were the Clinton email “investigation.” Seeing the MSM post pictures of Mueller going to a Catholic church after submitting his “report,” went beyond the pale. So sick and tired about being sick and tired over all of this bullshit.

    Liked by 2 people

    • ann says:

      We hurt together. It festers, The misery the Command chain Resist causes continues.

      They blocked by using falsehoods the peaceful full transfer of power. To not give up control is an ominous indicator of a failing state,

      We look weak to foreign countries, not POTUS, but the rest of them are shiney bright targets.

      They should not be free to strut about causing more damage. Incarnate them. IMO.
      🌲✝️🇺🇸 .


  49. arze says:

    Gowdy provides new detail on “Pee Tape” at Moscow Hotel — Sidney Blumenthal “verified” it to FBI

    Maybe this is already known, but if it’s not, maybe who cares at this point.

    On the Dec. 11, 2019 Internet-posted ‘The Story with Martha MacCallum’ show, Trey Gowdy said the Steele Dossier “information” related to some unnamed whore or whores supposedly pissing on a bed Trump was supposedly to use in Moscow was “verified” by former Clinton hatchet man Sidney Blumenthal. [In none of the nearly 500 pages of Horowitz Report does IG mention Blumenthal.]

    The Horowitz report states that this section of Steele Dossier, the pissing — that that section of Dossier was not used for the FISA — APPROVED — application on Carter Page, nor in any renewals.

    Nonetheless, it was the one thing Comey, alone with Trump on Jan. 5, 2017, “briefed” the president-elect about. And then the enemies of the people, our Media Apostles, ran and ran and ran and ran and ran with it.

    Here is Gowdy on Dec. 11: “It is ‘corroborated’ — according to the FBI — by none other than Sidney Blumenthal.”

    “That’s Clinton’s right and left hand, corroborates this rumor and it winds up being in the Dossier.

    “So, enough that Comey briefed Trump on it,”

    at 7:13

    Trump would not be sworn in for another 15 days.

    Comey, who now qualifies as a pervert to add to his resume, would be fired five months later — but not until after this malicious, criminally insane Maniac made up more shit and leaked it — and then the Rosenstein-criminal hires a special counsel, the Mueller-criminal, to investigate Trump.

    Horowitz can say, in footnote 7, on page 4 of his Dossier:
    [[[A third report from Steele, which did not reference Carter Page, stated that Russian intelligence services had used concealed cameras to film Trump’s alleged sexual activities with prostitutes at a Moscow hotel, and claimed that the Russians could blackmail Trump by threatening to release this compromising material. These allegations, which have come to be known publicly as the “salacious and unverified” portion of the reporting, were not included in the original Carter Page FISA application or any of the renewal applications.]]]

    Except, according to Gowdy’s statement last week, it was “verified” by the “FBI” via Blumental!

    Comey’s Jan. 11, 2017 email to Clapper: “. . .we HAVE concluded that the source [Steele] is reliable and has a track record with us of reporting reliable information; we have some visibility into his source network, some of which we have determined to be sub-sources in a position to report on such things” — which one wonders: was Blumenthal a Steele source, sub source, and/or FBI CHS, or what? [OR, did Comey just add that in on his own — on the direction of Blumental/Clinton? Who knows at this point. . . .]

    I appreciate Gowdy spilling the beans on Blumenthal, after nearly two years of Gowdy not being able to reveal what he saw in that SCIF.

    My question at the moment is why didn’t Horowitz name Blumenthal in the report or at least redact his name, WTF. Instead, more Horowitz Crickets. [Michael Mukassey should be the IG; I’m not sure yet who should be FBI director]

    Let’s see the unredacted first version of FISA application, and all drafts that preceded the one that Rosemary Collyer said yes to on Oct. 21, 2016.

    Let’s see if any of the drafts included the PEE TAPE BS.

    There’s a reason all the FISA apps are being kept hidden, as Sundance reminds us, and for which he cannot remind us enough.

    Let’s see all of them all the drafts for all of them, and for all the drafts of those that never were submitted to the FISC.

    Horowitz, if he did his job right, would have had a separate Appendix for all of the approved FISA apps and all the drafts for EVERYONE the Obama Gang was spying on or sought to.

    In addition, Barr/Durham/Huber, declassify and release to public ALL emails and documents and telephone conversations regarding the Fantasy Pee Tape conspiracy — including all of Obama’s communications on this.

    That “scandal free” RAT F**KER also needs to be exposed as the Pervert he is, along with his FBI Director, and the apparent/alleged coke head & pervert Halper.

    And Lindsey Graham, call Blumenthal to testify, ask him about the PEE TAPE — make sure Comey is sitting right beside him — for all Americans to watch. And call Halper to tesitfy — about: A LOT.

    And call Svetlana Lokhova.

    And Lindsey, also call Oleg Vladimirovich Deripaska to testify — ask him if McCabe/Comey/Mueller or their gang offered to destroy Paul Manafort in exchange for you providing lies that they could pretend were facts, that could be laundered via Steele Dossier.



  50. RAC says:

    What immediately springs to mind is a temporary appointment to replace Wray would put a good guy of PDJT’s choice in place till after 2020, or would that bring another fake charge of obstruction.


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