Sunday Talks: Sanctimonious James Comey -vs- Insufferable Chris Wallace…

Former FBI Director James Comey appears on Fox News for a defensive narrative building session with his ally in fraud, Chris Wallace. The topic is how the FBI under Comey’s leadership manipulated the FISA process and lied, repeatedly, to the FISA court in order to gain technically legal surveillance authority over his political opposition.

Wallace presents a high-level review, intentionally absent of specific details, providing sanctimonious Comey with the opportunity for professional deflection and obfuscation. Comey repeats his well rehearsed points providing plausible deniability to the questions; proving once again he is a manipulative liar, devoid of intellectual honesty, and without an ounce of integrity.  Mr. Comey “doesn’t understand” a lot of things…

This is the former Director of the FBI. The FBI has a decades-long history of gross inefficiency in stopping terrorist attacks on U.S. soil; now we see why. In essence, Comey admits the FBI is a rogue federal agency without any direction or oversight. The focus of the DC institutional effort is to refine their skills explaining why they fail.

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297 Responses to Sunday Talks: Sanctimonious James Comey -vs- Insufferable Chris Wallace…

  1. CNN_sucks says:

    Holier than thou Comey finally admitted he was wrong. So what gas bag Barr gonna do about it? We want prosecution. Comey, you are a piece of $hitt.

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  2. dadawg says:

    Both of these guys will probably wind up at CNN…

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  3. Nigella says:

    Two…of a kind

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Wallace actually did an OK job with Comey.

      Folks here really need to learn how to recognize, accept and acknowledge a “win”.
      But clearly are no longer capable of doing that.

      Comey failed at what he wanted to do and anyway….
      Comey and Wallace don’t matter.

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      • jimboct says:

        Remember the meme Sundance posted with Comey in the Forest saying the 4 letter f word (not fine)? That’s what is going through comeys mind right now. He never expected the IG report to uncover the FISA abuse. Wait until Dunham uncovers who performed said abuse. (Hint, Name rhymes with homey)

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        • donna kovacevic says:

          jimboct we say Jebi ga. not jedi.

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        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          This interview was great intel for Durham/Barr.
          “Gas Bag” Barr (formerly Bagpipe Bill) made sure to highlight in interview (as did the IG in his Report) that
          Cardinal COMEY refused–REFUSED– to
          re-obtain his security clearance.
          Limiting the ability to question him.

          I’m NO FAN AT ALL of Wallace but we need to be intellectually honest.
          Given a 10 minute interview (which I’m sure was Comey’s contingent) he either purposely or stumbled ass backword into indicting Comey at almost every step.

          If I had to pick a favorite:
          Comey doing his “Slick Willie” impression:

          “It depends on what the meaning of the word ‘VINDICATION’ is…….”
          PRICELESS

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  4. Jo1 says:

    It’s more than ridiculous that the false and omitted information in the FISA applications are being referred to as “errors”. As if they were a mistake. There was no mistake about it. They were intentional omissions and fraudulent inclusions. To call them errors is highly deceptive.

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  5. mopar2016 says:

    Comey is starting to squirm. He doesn’t seem as smug as he was a few days ago.
    Leftists don’t like it when someone confronts them with the truth. Even when it’s another leftist.

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  6. Jim says:

    Thank you SD. There’s no possible way I could watch either of those two.

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  7. Mark Hudson says:

    Notice that HE did not fail, not like he worked on the case; in the words of Hillary “it didn’t rise to my level.”

    Guess they will have to change procedures, maybe require several more signatures!

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    • bertdilbert says:

      The investigation should have closed before Mueller was even appointed. Rosenstein made sure that did not happen and handed it off to Mueller where it could be buried for the next two years.

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    • rah says:

      Signing the FISA applications did “rise to his level” since he signed some under penalty of law. Ignorance or intent has no bearing, In signing he took responsibility for the content.

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      • Mark Hudson says:

        I believe Rosenstein testified that “his signature did not mean accuracy of the document” Or was that Comey ??

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        • Brutalus says:

          No…it was Rosenstein…it’s how they are planning it weasel out of prosecution for signing the FISA warrants

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        • rah says:

          Then what does his signature mean? What is the purpose of an FBI director or acting FIB director to sign off? It IS a legal document.

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          • Mark Hudson says:

            If I remember correctly Rosenstein stated that he signed to verify that the “process” had been followed correctly up to the document getting to him. I interpreted that as “I made sure that everyone that was supposed to sign it before me, did so.

            I’m guessing he would suggest the lowest level agent involved should hang?

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    • Zoe says:

      These confessions will surly tick off some of the people involved in this. Comey basically called them incompetent. Let that sink in. “Hey everyone at the FBI you are all incompetent boobs. Merry Christmas “ signed James Comey head boob.

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  8. Birds of a feather and all that…..🤬🤬

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  9. 6x47 says:

    It’s actually funny watching Comey “evolve” his explanations from complete denial, to a partial admission, to a full mea culpa( and from righteous anger President Trump daring to question the integrity of Comey and the FBI to “mistakes were made.”

    No, St. Comey the Ethical, there weren’t any “mistakes.” You and your fellow conspirators knew exactly what you were attempting to do. You tried to subvert the Constitution and overthrow a duly elected President.

    The day of reckoning is almost upon you.

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  10. Bendix says:

    Sundance, you desreve a medal for watching that.

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    • Despicable Me says:

      It wasn’t that difficult to watch if you watch it thoughtfully instead of reflexively. Leave your emotions at the door. It was interesting to watch Comey (autocorrect wants to insert the word comedy for Comey……if this weren’t so serious comedy might actually be appropos.) squirm at even the easier questions posed by Wallace. Also as noted by others it was informative and telling how he squinted and looked left and downward when he seemed to be, how to say this, uh, less than truthful.

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  11. Linda K. says:

    I thought Comey was bluffing for the smelly deplorable crowd. He thinks we are unintelligent as well as unwashed. However, the fear is behind his eyes and the stink of corruption is the air, Mr. Comey, you just don’t smell it because it is coming from you.

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    • CM-TX says:

      Comey fails to understand he, like the rest of DC is COVERED in 💩. There’s 💩 EVERYWHERE! They just refuse to see it… We should make them! 😱🚽

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  12. John Davis says:

    Wallace asks if the President understands the need for a fair and balanced press.
    The answer Mr. Wallace is certainly! The President and 63+ million voters understand.
    How is it you do not?

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    • jimboct says:

      I do not get hung up on personal bias that any member of the press may hold as long as they tell the truth. What bothers me is when the bias prevents not only the telling of the truth (lie of omission) but the fabrication of alternative facts (lie of commission). Alternative facts abound from Schiff and Nadler but they also are unfortunately found in the likes of cnn, msnbc and the big three. We deserve a free and honest press. When the Dems shape the press message, the press is no longer free.

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  13. JMC says:

    “I dint no!”

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  14. John says:

    I would like to see the search history of their surveillance. I’m sure Carter Page was the least surveilled person in their surveillance efforts. It is possible to get that info.

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  15. zimbalistjunior says:

    SD sorry to hijack but you must put marias interview with mukasey on and post…mukasey highlights the pressure to compleye MYE text and explains it well.
    first person that i have seen who has detailed that this is a conspiracy beginning (at east)with HRC exoneration and continuing[ today]
    this is huge
    if durham is following this reasoning, we may get full and complete justice and accounting for the entire scam
    thanks

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  16. Eaglemom says:

    Comey threw everyone below him in the FBI under the bus. He said as director he would have no idea what the underlings were doing. He is going to put the whole thing on McCabe. But, I bet Brennan will blame everything on Comey 🙂

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    • Les Standard says:

      They can debate it over cards and refreshments at Gitmo

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    • Mark Hudson says:

      Can’t stop thinking…https://youtu.be/P10bC0Bxp20

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    • sickconservative says:

      The Bart Simpson defense.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Variations on a theme, known in law enforcement as the “SOG Defence” (Some Other Guy).
      So yes, Comey blames Brennan, Lynch above him, McCabe/ Stroxz below.

      And, if it actually gets to trials, in CAN lead to aquittals; each defendants,lawyer presents to THAT jury “my defendant didn’t do it, it was SOG!”
      Way to address that is to charge ALL, in ONE trial, with Conspiracy.

      Pleading stupid/incompetent is,another classic defence, but it ALSO can be refuted, by a prosecutor, depending on the admissable evidence available.

      However, FIRST we need to get to indictments, and just bear in mind that while you CAN ‘indict a ham sandwich’, succesfully convicting them is far more challenging.

      Prosecutor has BURDEN OF PROOF, using ADMISSABLE EVIDENCE, to show BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT, to a JURY OF 12, that the defendant is guilty.

      TOUGH thing to do, under the best of circumstances.

      And, like a lot of things, first there needs to be the WILL to DO it.

      Without that, all the evidence in the world means NOTHING.

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    • Despicable Me says:

      In a typical workaday investigation he might be able to get away with that type of argument that everything went on below him. Though Even in a lesser case his “ leadership” should be rightly questioned if he were to figuratively throw all those subordinate to him under the bus (as it seems he did). However in an extremely sensitive and intrusive case of this magnitude he needed to be down in the weeds and blaming those lower in rank just isn’t going to cut it. Just goes to show that you need to surround yourself with truth tellers you trust to tell it like it is rather than yes men/women who tell you sweet little lies.

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  17. mugdiller says:

    Never trust someone who begins sentences with, “to the best of my recollection”.

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  18. Skidroe says:

    President Trump is correct when he says FOX is going down hill and basically joining the other left msm. I have said this before, after Trump leaves office he will start a new media conglomerate that will become (quickly) the largest most profitable in the world. With 100 million viewers. Many media and newspapers will quickly go out of Business. Good riddance! Trump’s new Media company will dominate!

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  19. Somewhere in Dixie says:

    Sundance, kudos to you. O don’t know how you can stomach watching these two.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Actually IMHO the interview was not nearly as barf-inducing as one might expect given the two personalities involved.

      I was a bit surprised. IMO Wallace actually did a mostly credible job exposing Comey’s culpability and clearly showed Comey to still be in denial and desperately trying to weasel-word his way out of admitting wrongdoing.

      I think Comey failed miserably to be convincing and part of that must be credited to Wallace’s semi-tough line of questions and taking issue repeatedly with several of Comey’s blatantly disingenuous responses. It was apparent to me that the limited time segment kept Wallace from arguing any further than he did – he wanted to get in more questions.

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  20. John says:

    Sounds like their absolutely no predicate/justification for a special counsel either based on their investigation in January.

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  21. LouisianaTeaRose says:

    None of this matters.

    Only what Durham will reveal matters, whether His Excellency The Cardinal agrees, remembers, forgets, or misunderstands it or not.

    Durham is pitching the upcoming no-hitter.

    Sucks to be you, Cardi-J.

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  22. Carrie says:

    This is a painful viewing. Wallace is trying to pretend to be a hard hitting interviewer. And Comey is doing what Comey does best, speaking with that smarmy smirk and parsing out language in legal double speak. Comey is simply insufferable. It’s hard to imagine that many people don’t want to put him in jail.

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    • zekness says:

      wallace is a dunce. He goes into an interview with a scheme. this is not journalism…it is softball….with the illusion of gotcha and aha moments to give it “traction”.

      wallace is a coward

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    • BigTalkers says:

      These are two widely known professional liars treating us to both lies of commission (Comey) and omission (Wallace) at the same time.

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  23. islandpalmtrees says:

    Every time, I see Chris Wallace talk – I find a remote and a different channel – click.

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  24. California Joe says:

    AG Barr was livid when he said that the FBI Russian Collusion investigation totally COLLAPSED in January 2017 yet two months later DOJ Ethics lawyers convinced Jeff Sessions to recluse himself and Rod Rosenstein appointed Mueller as Special Counsel and 17 angry Democrats to investigate Trump’s collusion with Russia! So, this whole three year nightmare was for absolutely nothing except to frame President Trump for a crime that never even happened!

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    • Publius2016 says:

      AG Sessions was the MOLE! two spooks (Page and Papadoupoulous) were weaponized from his foreign advisory committee. AG Sessions offered his resignation at exactly most opportune time to prove an OBSTRUCTION CASE!

      Remember, Vault 7 Wikileaks exposed the planting of evidence on government targets…they were caught red handed!

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      • CopperTop says:

        I have always hated this theory. But his constant beat of ‘colleagues’ on his senate testimony rang to me as, “Team members, I’m all in for keeping up a two-faced role.”

        I think Sessions was sincere in his support of Trump initially but feared what Trump discovered we the people were really looking for. It’s some sort of unrequited Tea Party country love and Sessions was never down with that.

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      • MVW says:

        FBI & DOJ are not the #1 breach of Trust. The Chief Justice John Roberts overseas the FISA court…. Remember Admiral Mike Rogers showed the FBI & DOJ were using the FISA court to gain access to the searchable NSA database on US citizens?

        Why didn’t John Roberts call them out and stop it RIGHT THERE, as it was his duty to do??

        And notice it is Justice Ginsberg that is blocking impeachment of Trump on the new ‘obstruction’ charge.

        Roberts has been rumored to be bent, How else can we reconcile his failure to oversea the extreme FISA court misuse.

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        • Publius2016 says:

          Chief Justice Roberts was selected by 43 when Scalia DESERVED TO BE ELEVATED! Roberts has been a DISASTER…his Obamacare ruling WAS INSANITY and his CENSUS RULING PROOF POSITIVE he is GLOBALIST!

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  25. huecowacko says:

    Want an interesting experience, at least I thought it was interesting: watch/re-watch Oliver Stone’s movie, ‘JFK,’ and compare/contrast what we know about events surrounding Trump’s Presidency and the “plot” in the movie. DA Jim Garrison was close to something, too bad he wasn’t able to dig it out. Never been a fan of Oliver Stone, but the movie made quite a statement.

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    • bluecat57 says:

      I need to catch up on the new information. I remember sitting in 1st grade watching the news (they wouldn’t let today’s Snowflakes watch) while they arranged for us to go home early. I lived in California.

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    • Abolition Man says:

      Interesting analogy huecowacko! In one a “rogue” group of CIA operatives work to undermine the US gov’t and a corrupt FBI director is too stupid or bent to know he is being used to further their ends, and in the other they assasinate the President in broad daylight. Pray for our very capable President Trump; maybe by the end of his second term the American public will be able to deal with the truth about JFK and Dallas!

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  26. Joe says:

    As Comey used “intent” – subjective of course – to give Hitlery a pass; he now is relying on Horowitz’s subjective interpretation of his actions, to give himself a pass.

    Notice how he refuses to relent on that specific subject, no matter how many times it is repeated, even repeated once in “context.”

    It’s the Deep State get out of jail card they give each other.

    It’s incredibly flimsy, yet incredibly enough, it has worked over and over again.

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  27. bluecat57 says:

    Wake me up in 323 days to vote. Sooner if they put someone in handcuffs.

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  28. samwise163 says:

    I made it to 8:47 in the clip and almost had a wreck on the highway. Comey is a pathological liar. All he does is parse words, skate, dance, and lie. He (and Wray) IS the reason the FBI should be taken down to the studs. What a disgrace. Kudos to whoever can finish the clip. Comey could have encapsulated the whole Spygate scandal in two sentences: “we just didn’t think he would win! Now let me go hide behind the curtains in the Oval Office.”

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  29. MNBV says:

    Gee, it mustn’t be a criminal act to knowingly make up fraudulent FISA applications or Barr would have prosecuted those involved already…..wouldn’t he?

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  30. CopperTop says:

    I watched this one. I hate Comey. But, Wallace DID push back quite effectively and clearly just plainly didn’t believe a word out of Comey’s mouth.

    I figure Wallace feels ‘safe’ pushing back as long as it allows this Swamp creature to test out his talking points on the public. A notable instance of this is where Comey defends Cllinesmith and Wallace basically says ‘ no way. he ALTERED A doc’. Comey: But not really. Wallace repeats, no that’s not true. He altered a doc.

    This interview did not help the narrative that this was a close call for the FBI. It just helped Comey shore up Wray “procedures will be looked at’ donothingness.

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  31. Rp says:

    Hate to be a wet blanket, but even if bias is proven by the Crossfire Hurricane team and Comey knew about it, I still can’t think of any crimes he could be charged with.

    Anyone have any ideas?

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    • Rp says:

      Nvm, I forgot he signed at least one of the warrants.

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      • hokkoda says:

        All of these guys are at risk of perjury. The FISA application doesn’t say “did somebody else verify this”. I believe, like your tax return, if your signature is on it, you own it. They can try to claim mistakes were made, but we have 3 YEARS of television interviews and Congressional testimony and OpEds where they stated with absolute certainty the “truth” of the dossier, the validity of their investigation, etc. That is all a lie. I’m surprised Comey’s lawyers let him go on TV at all…you can bet John Durham and his investigators DVR’d that…

        However, this is a classic example of what I’ve been writing about. You do not get to that level of government without become adept at making blatantly illegal things appear to be legal or “administrative error”. As in, “Oh, we didn’t rig that contract. The choice of words which made it seem like we were directing the contract towards Vendor A probably could have been chosen better.” Or, “Sure, we got some things wrong, but we felt there was a chance that the Russian Government was collaborating with a Presidential candidate, and the information we were receiving was over-the-top voluminous … we’re human and I’m sure along the way we missed a few things…but that doesn’t mean we weren’t right to be suspicious in such an extremely dangerous time for our country.” Or, “We’re allowed to have our first amendment opinions on people, that doesn’t mean we acted on those opinions”.

        It’s absolutely infuriating. I left the government sector after a GS-15 in my client set tried THREE TIMES to rig a contract for her incumbent. They literally made us rewrite the proposal three times trying to get the answer they wanted. Eventually, the incumbent lost because they thought they were bullet proof and their costs were too high for what the Contracting Office could allow. I sat in a meeting and the GS-15 was similarly arrogant and conceited…like, “How dare you people even come in here. I already know who I want to hire.” I almost got thrown out of the meeting because I kept asking pointed questions about the Government’s intent behind certain phrases…phrases she was sensitive about because they clearly indicated the Government intended to rehire its incumbent. By bringing those up in the meeting, the Contracting Officer looked at me thoughtfully, but didn’t say a word. The GS-15 got angry. I had made my point, and I had shivved her pretty good.

        Another vendor won, not us, but that was the last contract proposal I wrote and I left for the REAL private sector. Far as I know, that GS-15 is still a government employee today.

        Comey’s looking at an indictment. I think him and Brennan. McCabe isn’t going to go to jail for them.

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        • CM-TX says:

          Actually, Ratcliffe told Jason Chaffetz the FISA apps are submitted with BIG BOLD LETTERS saying “VERIFIED APPLICATION”!!!

          ⚠️Note: Can’t find that interview. I thought it was just posted by SD on here the other day.😕
          Did find it mentioned here, interview was back in April:

          https://www.independentsentinel.com/fbi-verified-an-unverified-document-to-spy-on-the-trump-campaign/

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        • Despicable Me says:

          FISA apps are verified (FISA application Cross physically referenced with the Woods file) at the first line field supervisory level and the HQ program manager supervisory level. The rest of the “approvers” are attorneys or other officials who are supposed to be looking at it with an eye to budgetary issues, sufficient predication and justification, adherence to legal and policy requirements, sensitive circumstances, deconfliction with other investigations and overall appropriateness. They are not necessarily verifying that statements contained with the application are factual because that was already done at a lower level and sworn to under penalty of perjury by the case agent and the field SSA and HQ SSA. So, the veracity of a FISA application is really only as good as the Case Agent and the Field and HQ SSAs are.

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          • hokkoda says:

            If this was some numb nut terrorist from East Bumblestan, I would accept that the case agent and SSAs make the call. But these are FISAs intended to conduct surveillance with the express purpose of investigating a presidential campaign, a transition, and the sitting president. If they didn’t scrutinize it, they are criminally negligence…gross negligence you might say…if they did scrutinize it, then they knew it was bunk.

            I hear what you are saying, and I don’t excuse the case agent or the SSA’s, but at the end of the day whose name is signing off on those warrants, and as the old corruption cliche goes, “What did Comey know, and when did he know it?”

            Comey has had YEARS to come forward and say, “Um, about those surveillance warrants…I may have unwittingly signed off on something that was false.” He didn’t. They’ve stood by their fraudulent investigation, and now the floor has dropped out from under them.

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            • Despicable Me says:

              I should have prefaced my earlier statements as saying this is how a general FISA without the sensitivities and magnitude of this one is handled. You misunderstand if you believe that I’m excusing the case agent and the SSAs. I assure you I certainly am not. I’m laying blame squarely at their feet. However, I blame everyone from them on up through the chain including the FBI Director and DAG in this matter because of its magnitude. It should go without saying and a written policy shouldn’t be needed (IG report cited there was no written policy re presidential campaign investigations) that says spying on a presidential campaign is verboten. If I were within that chain of command I would have been an impassable road block (a more successful version of what Stuart Evans at DOJ attempted). I know however I would have most likely not have been part of that approval chain (because I would not have been part of the investigation) or most likely removed from it for failure to approve it.

              Comey seems to be holding out hope that this all somehow miraculously goes away. His was clearly unnerved during the FNS interview this morning which I considered a good sign that he dies see the floor beginning to drop out from beneath him. Maybe he will attempt to save himself at the expense of others.

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    • Jan says:

      Sedition. From the time the FBI knew there was no “there there.”

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  32. Scott says:

    Taking Sundance’s warning to heart, I’ll listen and read about this tomorrow – Into the Christmas spirit this weekend, and combination of Wallace and Comey would end that warm feeling.

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  33. Xcontra_89 says:

    What burns my proverbial grits is how James “The Weasel” Comey admits he did not know what was in the FISA papers, even though he took an oath and signed it. If it had been me interviewing Jimmy the Weasel, I would’ve asked him, “If you did know anything in the application then why THE HELL did you take an oath and sign it?” That is a firing offense, for sure, maybe jailable offense

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  34. Kenney says:

    Need some help here. Need a screen shot of Netfix Revealing Ukraine time stamp 1:04:20, Post it here and around for reference. Name those in the pic. Sorry for my incompetency.

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  35. I’m sure that Mr. Durham will have a far different opinion about this man than does friendly Mr. Wallace.

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    • hokkoda says:

      He’s going to have access to phone records, emails, and I’m sure they’re looking into whether Comey was using “personal” email accounts to communicate with other coup plotters. He has already been discovered using a personal email account for work business.

      It is a well-known fact that government employees use secret code-name email accounts to communicate with their colleagues about things they cannot talk about in the open. Or, to send source-selection material to contractors (violation of the law) to help their favored contractor win.

      Since it’s a formal criminal probe now, they all have to be careful about talking to each other. But I bet Durham is looking at their back-channel communications systems to look for whether they are communicating surreptitiously.

      Comey’s biggest problem is his inability to keep his mouth shut and stay out of the headlines. Arrogance does that to people.

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  36. Not normally a Wallace fan, but I thought he did a nice job. Asked good questions and pushed back on Comey when he spewed his b.s. answers. Comey came off as a guy in denial, gaslighting and lying his way out of being confronted with the truth for the first time. When he couldn’t refute what was quoted from the report, he resorted to “I don’t read it that way.” His performance was pathetic. Will be interesting to see if CNN and MSNBC dare report any of this tomorrow evening on their activist pundit shows.

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  37. Magabear says:

    Serpant interviews another serpant. Glad I slept in. 😁

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    • lotbusyexec says:

      No more purple ties and his new choice is a blue ties with flowers? Democrat much?

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    • buckeyejames says:

      Ugh. The preening, posing popinjay Gowdy makes me nearly as nauseous as the insufferable Wallace. For me it almost doesn’t matter what he’s saying…the message is overshadowed by his smarmy, slimy used car salesman demeanor and appearance.

      On the plus side, he’s not wearing his damn purple tie this time.

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  38. DesertRain says:

    Solomon reported that Steele setup a Sept 2015 meeting for Ohr, FBI, and Deripaska in NY.

    “In September 2015, senior Department of Justice (DOJ) official Bruce Ohr and some FBI agents met in New York with Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska to seek the Russian billionaire’s help on organized crime investigations. The meeting was facilitated — though not attended — by British intelligence operative Christopher Steele.”

    https://thehill.com/hilltv/rising/404061-russian-oligarch-justice-department-and-a-clear-case-of-collusion

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  39. scrap1ron says:

    Tightening dirty cop’s sphincter is. Hrmmm.

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  40. 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 told POTUS not some lowly field agents!

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  41. Carrie says:

    To properly interview a person like this, you need a person who can also parse language in the same way. He needs to be asked questions that are so specific and precise that he can’t weasel his way out of the answer. Wallace is simply too weak, and frankly I don’t think he knows the this subject matter even 1/100th in the degree that someone like Sydney Powell does. This needs to be a hostile cross examination or he wriggles free. No way a director of the F BI isn’t getting updates. Even Obama was getting them!

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    • Carrie says:

      For instance, Wallace could have asked how the FBI could find Carter Page to be a foreign agent when not only were there links to the CIA, but he helped an FBI investigation put Russian agent Buryakov in jail!

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    • Zy says:

      I doubt Wallass and his ilk get into details. They know whose side they are on and not researching details allows them to not know things which makes their interviewer look better.

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    • hokkoda says:

      There’s an element of willful ignorance to Wallace’s interview. A lot of the lefty-media types like to pretend they don’t know all that much about this “right wing deep state conspiracy” stuff. Now that it’s not actually a conspiracy theory…we actually have independent confirmation of widespread FBI misconduct…media people like Wallace are stuck asking vanilla questions.

      If they ask really specific questions, people are going to ask why suddenly they know details about things that were patently obviously 8 days ago. They’ve been covering up for Comey and Brennan for 3+ years now…assisting them, really. Now that the shroud has been pulled away, the media is having a hard time keeping up appearances.

      I really would like to see more critical thinkers asking Chris Wallace onto THEIR shows to find out why he’s so incompetent at knowing basic details of FBI misconduct, Comey’s role in that, and the associated media news blackout that was only slightly lifted last week before slamming back down again to cover the fake impeachment. Shove a camera in his face, and he wouldn’t last 5 minutes.

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    • luke says:

      One thing I noticed Comey kept repeating was that this investigation is final. “He’s in the clear” or so he thinks. He took a shot at Barr and of course all of us. Not sure why he is so confident with the Durham investigation still underway? I found it odd that he kept saying that.

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  42. HSBC says:

    I want to see exactly what Comey’s work was at HSBC Bank. What qualifications did Comey have to come from a banking executive to becoming the head of the most premier law enforcement agency in the land. Kind of like Joe and Hunter. I’ve heard it said that HSBC is a drug money laundering bank for the cartel and that Comey basically propped it up when it failed thru the fast and furious operation. His mission was too keep people from being prosecuted aka think fast and furious…..

    I think Obama has a lot to answer for. I want this nut cracked…

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  43. manz says:

    I used to watch this Wallace guy. Before I really knew enough to know what is going on. I wish there were boxes of sunglasses to be passed around like in the movie “They Live”. Once you see the truth you see it all around you.

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  44. Abolition Man says:

    Chris Wallace must be taking “urinalism” lessons from Stephanopoulus or Chris Matthews. Apparently he is bought and paid for by the globalist elites and doesn’t want to affect his cash flow. Remember when the media used to look for the truth? I’m not sure I can recall that far back!

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    • Brant says:

      But remember, looking for the truth back then (Walter Cronkite and 3 networks) was whatever they were told the truth was and since there was no internet or alternative media, that was the “truth”.

      Chances are journalists have probably never looked for the “truth” until probably since Rush began and really only in the past 5-10 years much to the consternation and anguish of legacy media.

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  45. In this interview, Comey criticized Trump for stating there was treasonous conduct. I would have appreciated a question thrown to Comey on the CIA’s role and Brennan’s comments that Trump was committing treason through his muh Russia collusion.

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  46. Gary Lacey says:

    Wallace is a waste of time. Its Howdy Doody time.
    For those who don’t know, Howdy Doody is a puppet on a kids show…..the resemblance between Howdy and chrs Wallace is remarkable

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  47. Brant says:

    Maybe someone should ask Comey if what the FIB did was extreme carelessness or gross negligence.

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  48. Mike Van says:

    The open threat is obvious. I’ve seen comey say a couple times now that director wray should look to see if there are problems in ‘OTHER” case’s. What i hear is mess with me and you will be dealing with appeal’s for the rest of your life. James comey is such a weasel!!!

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  49. MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

    Perhaps it’s not correct but I wish Comey and all those he supports all the bad luck that can go their way. They’re corrupt to the bone. They serve the elite and to hell with the rest of us.

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