Whistleblower Provides Attkisson New Details to Name Rod Rosenstein and Shawn Henry (Crowdstrike) as Defendants in Lawsuit…

A very interesting development in the ongoing effort of former CBS investigative journalist, Sharyl Attkisson, to resolve the issue of who spied on her, planted spyware and infiltrated her computer systems for illegal surveillance.  [Attkisson website here]

According to a recent court filing [Source Here] a person who was engaged in the “wrongful activity” has come forward to provide Ms. Attkisson with details about the operation.  As a result of those whistle-blower revelations Attkisson is able to name specific individuals who were running the operation:

Former DOJ Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein is named as the person who was in charge of the operation; and the former head of the FBI DC field office, Shawn Henry is also outlined.

Mr. Henry is the head of Crowdstrike, a contractor for the government and a politically connected data security and forensic company.  Those who have followed the aspects related to the FBI use of the NSA database to illegally monitor U.S. persons; and those who followed the DNC cover story of Russia “hacking”; will be familiar with Crowdstrike.

According to the updated lawsuit (full pdf below) Rod Rosenstein, as the U.S. Attorney for Maryland, was in charge of the Obama 2011 and 2012 operation to monitor journalists specific to Ms. Attkissons reporting on Fast-n-Furious and Benghazi.

What I find additionally interesting is the overall timeline in the bigger picture.

In the April 2017 release from FISC Judge Rosemary Collyer outlining the abuses of the FISA-702 process by FBI “contractors”, where the NSA database was being use for unlawful surveillance of U.S. persons, Collyer specifically noted the findings of her review of the period from November ’16 to May ’17 (85% non compliant rate) was likely to have been happening since 2012. [Go Deep]

The “IRS Scandal” were the DOJ was creating a list of U.S. persons for political targeting, and requested CD ROM’s of tax filings, was the lead-up to the 2012 exploitation of the NSA database. [The Secret Research Project] So there’s a larger picture of government surveillance under the Obama administration that becomes more clear.

Political spying 1.0 was actually the weaponization of the IRS. This is where the term “Secret Research Project” originated as a description from the Obama team. It involved the U.S. Department of Justice under Eric Holder and the FBI under Robert Mueller. It never made sense why Eric Holder requested over 1 million tax records via CD ROM, until overlaying the timeline of the FISA abuse:

The IRS sent the FBI “21 disks constituting a 1.1 million page database of information from 501(c)(4) tax exempt organizations, to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.” The transaction occurred in October 2010 (link)

Why disks? Why send a stack of DISKS to the DOJ and FBI when there’s a pre-existing financial crimes unit within the IRS. All of the evidence within this sketchy operation came directly to the surface in early spring 2012.

This is the same time-frame when DNI James Clapper falsely denied to congress about the U.S. government -through the NSA- collecting metadata on all U.S. electronic communication.  This is the same time-frame where CIA Director John Brennan was monitoring the computer networks of congressional intelligence oversight staff.

When you overlay the new information from the Attkisson lawsuit, what emerges is the picture of an intentional effort by the Obama administration to weaponize the ability to collect electronic information on domestic political opposition.  It’s one long continuum.

Here’s the new Attkisson lawsuit (using new information from a whistle-blower):

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Within the lawsuit the DOJ inspector general is identified as adverse to the interests of the case.  Meaning DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz was engaged in behavior to help the institution cover-up what independent computer forensic technicians were able to discover.   Employees from the IG’s office also told Ms. Attkisson they had received instructions from the DC offices adverse to the interest of truthful discovery.

In addition to the institutional cover-up effort; it would be worth noting that current DOJ and FBI officials, who have been identified as holding corrupt motives, are still being positioned at key offices.  An example is FBI Supervisory Special Agent David Archey (Mueller Team) being promoted to head up the Virginia FBI field office.

Obviously the DC institutional swamp is very deep and very corrupt.  Current and former politicians and federal officials who have engaged in corrupt behavior, or who have facilitated corrupt -potentially unlawful- surveillance activity, are still working within the system to avoid exposure.

Another recent example is former Christine Blasey-Ford hoax facilitator and Andrew McCabe attorney, Michael Bromwich, being hired by corrupt Chicago prosecutor Kim Foxx in an effort to protect herself from the outcome of the Jussie Smollett hoax in Chicago.  Why does a Cook County, Illinois, State Attorney need to hire a DC-based lawyer?

It was obvious early on the Jussie Smollett hoax was connected to several members of the Obama team and network.  Michael Bromwich is a former DOJ inspector general with ongoing direct contacts with corrupt DOJ and FBI officials inside the institutions.  Chicago State Attorney Foxx hiring Bromwich is yet another example of DC managing the cover.

Whether it’s the identified weaponization of NSA databases; or whether it’s corrupt FBI officials covering for each-other and the DOJ ‘declining to prosecute’; or whether it’s current AG Bill Barr covering for the transparently corrupt former DAG Rod Rosenstein; or whether it’s the institutional need to hide DOJ scope memos which initiated a false investigation of a sitting United States President; one thing remains brutally obvious….

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474 Responses to Whistleblower Provides Attkisson New Details to Name Rod Rosenstein and Shawn Henry (Crowdstrike) as Defendants in Lawsuit…

  1. rorschach says:

    We abdicated our capability, as citizens, to fight back against our own government when we allowed them to pass the patriot act. The fourth amendment is now null and void. Information, at least in any digital form, is no longer private.

    I would like to see a private enterprise step up to the void and offer a solution that will, once again, close the door to the prying eyes of government for the people. No data originating from any private citizen should be subject to collection (not just viewing: COLLECTION) by any agency foreign or domestic unless it’s warranted.

    We were so willing to have a nanny state shield us from terrorists, that we stepped into the cage, shut the door, and gave them the key.

    Liked by 21 people

    • spinoneone says:

      Please define “warranted.” If you leave it to the Government then nothing changes. The Feds will tell you straight to your face that anything they decide they want to do is good and therefore “warranted.”

      Liked by 4 people

    • Justin Green says:

      “Private enterprise” gets ridiculously lucrative “contracts” to supply their legitimate services to the government in exchange for the government being able to siphon our private data.

      “Private enterprise” would have to be immune from the temptation to win multi-billion dollar contracts. And that ain’t gonna happen.

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    • John-Y128 says:

      The citizens have no ability or recourse to stop Congress from passing any bill(s).

      Liked by 4 people

    • As Tonto replied to the Lone Ranger, after being captured by indians and tied to a stake: “What you mean ‘we’, white man?” I didn’t do any such thing. I didn’t “allow” them to appoint a career criminal to investigate President Trump either.

      You should have seen the handwriting on the wall — I did — when suddenly they all started talking about “The Homeland”, like Good Little Nazis.

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    • skaebne says:

      I agree, but with a significant caveat. There is no “the Patriot Act”, George W Bush got the original Patriot Act passed in response to 9/11, with howls of protest from the Left because it “shredded the Constitution”! Congress, to it’s credit, showed some restraint, and that act was supposed to expire in 2005, but it was reauthorized in 2006.

      Even the reauthorization was supposed to expire in 2015, but at that time Barack Obama signed a new law into effect call the “USA Freedom Act”. In typical Obama fashion, this new law was justified with the fig leaf of “protecting civil liberties”, but as events have shown, it did nothing of the sort (and I believe expanded the governments ability to survey private citizens).

      The lesson is that we opened the barn door after 9/11, and once the horse got out, Congress showed no inclination to close it ever again.

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    • Hebo Sabe says:

      It doesn’t matter how we define anything, anymore.

      But we are far too addled to see that was the path we were and likely still are on…

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    • ann says:

      Do not blame us for this political machine.

      SCOTUS rulied de facto bribery as protected free speech.

      As well as cowards at the top of the DOJ. . Theirdirty monopoly of federal prosecutorial power has to to be broken, superseded , decentralised and restructured.

      Well Justified price of a chronic dismal performance record in the most critical spheres, integrity, suppression of political & public sector corruption, multiple massive undetected and unaddressed negligence in , counterintell & protection of our surveillance capabilities.

      Don’t dump this on average Americans. Trade deals were shoved through by both parties.
      , Safe seats, transnational finance, bread & circuses policies and guaranteed structural fallbacks : trials in DC are active choices made by the past two generations of ruling elites,

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    • mopar2016 says:

      Unfortunately the word “privacy” isn’t in the constitution.
      Even if it were, the same lowlifes would still be spying on us.

      Liked by 7 people

      • ann says:

        If mueller was really investigating, he’d arrest himself and all his colleagues and superiors.

        Liked by 2 people

      • rorschach says:

        No right to privacy is implied. They are indiscriminately seizing our data. There are laws in place that govern Personally Identifiable Information as well as laws that state we have the right to not incriminate ourselves. It’s the illegal seizure of these assets that needs to be addressed.

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    • JJ says:

      Trump signed the extension… and that of the vile NDAA. Something stinks.

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  2. Bruce_Dern's_Finger says:

    All criminal roads lead to JO Brennan which lead to the house of HUSSEIN Obama.

    Liked by 7 people

    • The Boss says:

      And the roads continue on to obama’s financiers, including one George Soros.

      Liked by 8 people

    • dougofthenorth says:

      With all due respect, odumbo is not smart enough or driven enough to have orchestrated the dire present state we the people of this nation, and the world, find ourselves. For me, the pressing question is who is actually the puppet master?
      It is apparent this is an organization much larger than any of us have imagined. Remember the DC vote for president went 95% against Trump. That is an unbelievable statistic!
      I know the pat answer is sorros, but I do not believe that either. I have this feeling due to the depth of the corruption we are witnessing. To JFK and before, this has been entrenched in our government and predates all the present day bad actors.
      I think this is a legacy of j edgar hoover, whom historians have shown to be a seriously flawed and sinister human being.
      I think the fbi and intel agencies are our shadow government. It is why so far these agencies are getting away with murder, actually and figuratively, on every front. And I also think it may be why our present excellent president has not even scratched the surface in his attempt to clean up what has happened to him and us by proxy.
      Sessions is the perfect poster boy, we all know he is a compromised individual, and yet, here he is running for the Senate again. And now explain Matt Gaetz? Did he just succumb to the corruption?
      I do not know folks, today it feels like there is no reversing this.

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      • G. Alistar says:

        Matt has had a brain fart…spot on regarding the rest. Most dems, low info voters and very sheepish. As for the deep state, doubtful there is anyone in control of the political philosophy, the funding and ALL the elected representatives, the media and the lawyers. Unless of course the cosmos system of powers and principalities; i.e., Satan.

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  3. spinoneone says:

    What are the chances? Do you suppose, as I now do, that this is where the info used to blackmail John Roberts came from? Uh huh.

    Liked by 5 people

    • aol925 says:

      Read that John Roberts is a homo sexual. Someone probably has pictures. That would explain many things.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Rileytrips says:

        So he would sell out his entire country just to hide that?! Americans don’t care how our federal judges have sex – as long as its legal and consensual. We DO care that they are unbiased and stick to the Constitution, and do not become activists on the bench!

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        • ann says:

          Civilians who accept powerful posts are not coerced!
          these are high status individuals of free will that choose to accept both the authority and responsibility of high command.
          POWER ABSENT PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY IS TYRANNY .

          Corrosion of everything that we are as Americans.

          Why o why do older, people refuse to enforce this?

          Shall we tag & incarcerate some luckless young idiot with felonies? Industrialise federal justice? No problem.
          This generation’s 30 years of power has practically destroyed our country, and no one stops them!
          Bunch of wussies,
          zealous career boosters’ who reward exclusionism, conformity. and covet social status.

          At bottom JD’s fancy code of peer deference is the same antisocial deviant code gangs use in organised crime. Epstein? Clinton Inc?

          Comey, Yates, Mueller, Lynch, Lieu, Baker, Rosenstein & Holder should be answerable to military code of justice. Each had the authority to stop this, and failed.

          They need to be shot by a firing squad, .

          is hubris unchecked, with deconstructing Antithetical deadly personal agency, liberty
          WAIVERS.

          To sign is to authorise, equivocation make/made choices & participated in bad/wrong/deviant/dishonorable/unlawful/malicious operations, with foreknowledge of the potential scope of power.

          No cowards should ever be given civilian command in spheres of Nat sec, high justice, counterintell and (nonexistent) internal investigations.

          JD has a monopoly of authority in critical functions basic to our liberty & security, We have a corpus of compelling evidence that finds the JD command conducts operations that circumventt and violate the constutional principle of limited power of the state.

          Verbiage “interagency task forces, uh huh. They are on the turnup truck, not me!

          Departmental separation is a structural firewall to protect us from this : their transgressive fusion of authority.

          Citizens are NOT respected.
          In my parents lifetime we were, I know this, through direct experience, rich memories & family & public archives.

          Took only thirty years to get here

          They deconstructed the separate branches of government! FISC Judge Collyer’s April 2017 DoJ review found findings.tells us .

          The use of interagency task forces, SiS, SES , republic with constitution. republic primary missionsauthority failure to fufill themissions nchartered missing n documented in multiple situations repressive extraconstitutional Cumulative aberrant

          We, as a corporate body of citizens, were and are harmed by ongoing perversion of justice. .

          Resist is a staredown . They are daring us,as bullies do. Our laws, domestic peace & civil bonds degenerated into a crass game of chicken.

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        • William H Gilkerson says:

          I think Roberts staying in the closet is definetly a possibility. His beard would not be too happy as would his whole family. He’s not selling out his country, he’s just doing what Rino fluid sexer homo/gay fellah would do given most gays are lefty left? Just makes a lot of sense to me. IF IF he is in the closet. May be something else but it’s something.

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      • Ruckus Tom says:

        I’d read that there were some shady dealings in his adopting his Irish born children.

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      • Lulu says:

        The thing is I don’t think that’s a real secret. He openly dined and drank with homosexual men at establishments frequented by homosexual men. He married late in life and adopted children.

        It has to be more than his long reported homosexuality. He looked like he’d been crying all night when he released his completely rewritten Obamacare decision.

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        • William H Gilkerson says:

          I’d cry too if I had to tank my character and reputation by an insane ruling. He doesn’t seem to care how it appears to the world, he did it anyway and that’s proof of his corruption. The census ruling was another nonsensical ruling among others. We need another justice because he will not be counted on in the trenches.

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    • ann says:

      Roberts needs to resign over FISC. Nothing more is required.

      Liked by 5 people

  4. polk8dot says:

    We’ve just come full circle. I could never fully comprehend WHY President Trump’s Ukraine phone call was the final match to the whole powder keg. If you listen to it, he never specifically mentioned Biden or any other politician. But he very clearly said the word ‘Crowdstrike’. And the dam burst! At the time I was certain that was THE one and only reason for the impeachment, so there must be some shady shenanigans related to this company, but I was thinking more along the lines of HRC and DNC exclusively.
    Now, with this one article, it became obvious – Crowdstrike is THE GATEKEEPER! The shadow government’s guarantor of political harassment, intelligence gathering, blackmail, extortion, and power wielding. I believe that this moment will be looked back in time at as a turning point, when all became clear, the depth of power usurpation, corruption and rot was laid bare before us, undeniable, staggering and …. ENOUGH!
    The Tree of Liberty is wilting, time for blood replenishment!

    Liked by 24 people

    • rorschach says:

      Until the laws apply equally between public and private sector citizens, we must consider ourselves at war with our own government.

      Without prosecutions of the clear abuses for which we have evidence, there exists no deterrent against the corruption of those we place in position of power.

      Liked by 8 people

      • Harleeryder says:

        Per our Constitution and our God-given, inalienable rights.

        Liked by 5 people

      • Garavaglia says:

        Laws are bunk. Action is the law.

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      • ann says:

        We are. Resist confirmed it post election.
        The punishing started with mass paranoia, scary riots and gleeful gloating Politicos.

        It was obvious from the rollout we had no full transfer of power .

        No one, other than Nunes, had the balls to state the obvious , except, of course, President Trump. Which is why he was elected.

        Yates and Buteau minions were stalking POTUS, disrupted the transition and railroad d that stupid Russia thing through our Congress of Cowards.

        They won’t just go away, or suddenly begin to respect us.

        Power must be taken.

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      • William H Gilkerson says:

        I agree, we ARE at war and until Gen Flynn is pardoned and VINDICATED Barr is not fullfilling his mandate from POTUS. I could stomach Manafort and Stone for a time line of revenge and payback…..but not the honorable General. He should do not one day in jail and until he is pardoned and made finacially whole there is still a two tier system in my book. Flynn and Rosenstink are the two biggest things that stick in my craw. I pray that POTUS spends whatever political capital is necessary to take care of Flynn immediately.

        Maga

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    • RC23321 says:

      Obama destroyed this Country.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Aspade says:

        Wrong. The downhill slide started with Bush I.

        The internet and Hollywood mesmerized the people with Clinton and Bush II.

        Obama was only too good by a half that it led to a mass of people waking up to the False Song of Globalism!

        Liked by 4 people

        • RC23321 says:

          Oh it started back then but Obama put the pedal to the metal. He did more damage than all the others combined.

          Liked by 6 people

        • WSB says:

          Carter did a lot of damage, as did Johnson, FDR and Wilson. Been going on a long time.

          Liked by 3 people

        • William H Gilkerson says:

          Much as I dislike Obungle you can’t put it all on him. I think he was just the nail on the coffin door. A miracle occured and DJT was elected whose job was to crowbar the lid off and renew the vision of George Washington.
          Look at what we are up against. This started 50 years ago. LBJ style. Hell, if you want to go further back you can. Wilson was a putz, FDR was beloved for bringing the government nanny state into our consciousness. JFK had some uppity ideas and the swamp blew his head off. Ronald Reagan was the only blip on the Radar. Presidents come and go but the leviathan swamp just keeps getting bigger and bigger. It’s THE issue which we will sink or swim on. If it cannot be tamed it will devour us such as it is attempting to destroy our current president since he is undigestable. He must be destroyed.

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      • hangtownbob says:

        fundamentally transforming America…….

        Liked by 2 people

      • annieoakley says:

        Obama had plenty of help destroying this Country. The list is long and includes both parties.

        Liked by 7 people

    • Horace says:

      The enemies of the mere existence of the American nation do not live in Moscow. They do not live in Beijing. They do not live in Tehran. They live in New York City, Washington DC, Hollywood, and lesser nodes in the globalist network of evil.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Ken Maritch says:

      I wish PDJT would ask for 2nd amendment loving Patriots to meet in DC.

      Liked by 3 people

    • G. Alistar says:

      Maybe the Senate trial needs to subpoena the records, files, data and executives from Crowdstrike?

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      • old deplorable owl says:

        I don’t see how there can be a senate trial with witnesses called. Every one of the vipers can bring down the others. Recall it was Miss Lindsey who immediately started squawking at the mere mention of testimony involving Shotgun Joe. Nobody wants any more mention of Ukraine! They’re all dirty.
        I suspect it’s going to be the equivalent of “no true bill” and dismissed.

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  5. Jack B. says:

    Treepers ask what can be done to drain the swamp. Perhaps our pres. could veto the next raise of the debt ceiling and force the feds to live within means cold turkey. Triage of spending would provide opportunity to put all suspected crooks and lawyers on indefinite unpaid leave. Also could shut down programs that are vehicles for corruption.

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    • Judith says:

      When it comes to starving Globalists financially, and funding as a bargaining chip, who better than VSG businessman President Trump and his wolverine “friends” to lead the way?

      Sure, in a perfect world the President could hold up CONgressional spending for their pet projects as leverage, but he hasn’t chosen to do so. He succeeds at getting things done his way. #WINNING

      President Trump has built up our military strength through defense spending, secured billions in border wall funding, implemented tax reform to jumpstart Main Street and accomplished a host of other initiatives, so I’m not complaining.

      And I don’t doubt that President Trump has starved that globalist beast in far-reaching, more permanent ways. Namely, by eliminating job-killing NAFTA, eliminating wealth exfiltration via Paris Accord and TPP and ensuring our prosperity through bilateral trade resets that stimulate our Main Street economy.

      Put it this way: President Trump knows exactly what makes that swamp tick. And he uses their worst nature against them to his own benefit. Who cares if a few pigs belly up to the trough? Keeps them occupied while he runs circles around them building a solid dam upstream.

      Of course, if we patriots were to eliminate election fraud we might get to vote in a new CONgress, to arrest their ongoing “New World Order” coup, once and for all!

      Liked by 3 people

    • windbag says:

      I’ve said it a million times: most of our nation’s woes can either be eliminated or reduced by shrinking the size of the government.

      Liked by 2 people

  6. Will the public ever know the truth?!!!! Will anybody ever be prosecuted?!!!

    Rosenstein the rotten bastard! He’s as corrupt as Obama and Hillary! Please let there be justice!!!
    I’m losing any hope for Barr.

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    • rorschach says:

      It’s no longer about Obama, Hillary, or either party. The bad behavior is human nature… not idealogical.

      The institution needs an overhaul.

      Liked by 6 people

      • RC23321 says:

        It’s way past an overhaul. It needs to be scrapped.

        Liked by 2 people

        • Julia Adams says:

          If a US Fortune 500 corporation had two departments that performed as badly as the DOJ and the FBI do as functions of the Federal Government, they would be: a) Reorganized; b) Shut down or spun off; c) Subjected to Regulatory, Congressional, State and shareholder scrutiny; d) And, the leaders of those departments would be canned for failure to supervise. Aren’t the Federal laws that prevent government workers from getting fired a wonderful thing? Why is the DOJ afraid to prosecute Obama and people who worked in his administration for anything, not one thing, but they are not afraid to allow the House Democrats to impeach Trump and hold him on trial in the Senate?

          Liked by 3 people

        • Horace says:

          Sometimes when things are broken, they cannot be repaired, but must be replaced.

          Liked by 2 people

      • ILOT says:

        I apply the “human condition” when personifying our current state. You can say a person is “broke” but the term “broken” carries so much more meaning. If not broken, we sure are close.

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    • Joebkonobi says:

      The best hope of exposure of the global cabal is four more years of President Donald Trump. He is one of the few trying to return the government back to we the people. There is not another visible Donald Trump out there at the moment.

      The next best thing is to give the dems and global cabal the biggest 2020 “shellacking” in history, including taking back the House and increasing majority in the Senate. In order to do so there needs to be a major voting fraud prevention effort already in progress. I see no effort at this time by the republicans. On the other hand, I’m sure the dems have been planning all sorts of new voting fraud schemes since 2016.

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      • Eileen McRae says:

        I am afraid that the die has been already cast. The Democrats will keep the House, but will also win back the Senate. Only the presidency will remain within Republican hands. Republicans are far too wishy washy, back stabbers, fence straddlers, beholden to the almighty dollar, …(I have missed more than a few.) to work for the American people.

        They are folding their tents as I speak and creeping off with their millions. The American people who yearn for a change and for justice have been left blowing in the wind. It is not going to happen!

        Trump, a great statesman and leader, is alone in his struggle to return America to being a constitutional Republic with a respect for the law. He has only the millions of supporters that attend his rallies and advocate for him. He does not have support in the House (even among Republicans) and the Senate will be lost.

        Trump will be in the same position of Obama. All he will have left is his veto power!

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        • MamaTried says:

          wowzy wowzy woo woo, Schleprock.

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        • TPW says:

          There is always …..the documented proof of corruption and criminal acts…..that could be released before the election…….thats our only chance besides organizing and getting off our collective ***** Seems as though most are resigned to letting our country fall….too hard….too scary…..just too hard to fight the evil ones……think of all the groups that could come together….right to life…tea party…..police organizations…..Rush followers…..CTH….Hannity….judicial watch….Bikers……If nutcase Beck can organize a million people……Just takes will and a person with a megaphone…..calling anyone who knows a “somebody”…..revealing the evidence would wake up many people ….it needs to happen.

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  7. Caius Lowell says:

    Sharyl Attkisson rocks!

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  8. Boots says:

    Obviously the DC institutional swamp is very deep and very corrupt. Current and former politicians and federal officials who have engaged in corrupt behavior, or who have facilitated corrupt -potentially unlawful- surveillance activity, are still working within the system to avoid exposure.
    —–
    This could effectively be nullified if America had states militias.

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  9. Tom Steele says:

    Ms. Attkisson has always been an investigative reporter. When she was repeatedly rebuffed by her major employer she quit. The Obama administration turned the executive branch into one large political war machine violating the entire constitution and it’s protections. This MUST be swept clean.

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  10. HellInAHandbasket says:

    Reading through that entire court document was disturbing.
    I had forgotten how intrusive it was, back when she 1st described it years ago – computers turning on, your mouse moving on its own, phones unuseable with interference, finding “extra” Verizon wires, etc. I cannot imagine how it F-ed with the heads of Sharyl and her family, the paranoia and the general sense of vulnerability was real, and that’s a very scary position to be in, especially INSIDE your own home – no place is safe, if not for your own sanctuary of home.

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  11. Julia Adams says:

    When people in positions of power, both elected and those appointed, have a taste of power and can see what allows them to do, gain financially and definitively abuse the power they have attained, they do what criminals do: lie, cover-up, conceal and hide evidence and most of all do what ever it takes to use the very system of justice–they swore to uphold and defend–to prevent themselves from being held accountable. They are a protected class and they know it and they know we know it, too. Barr and Wray are protecting their respective institutions. They could give a hoot about real justice or President Trump or the American people. Sick of all this.

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    • ann says:

      There is no pretence, Resist openly organized power elites to disrupt the transition and block the peaceful” law abiding transfer of power.

      In my lifetime. I’ve seen the fundamentals of America, a self governing functioning restrained state collapse into consolidation of wealth and raw power. Into an exclusionist network of conforming elites.

      Its disgusting. I feel cheated of my birthright by these people.

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  12. Rick says:

    And yet all of the deep state rot falls at the feet of people who elect rinos. This is where the battle lines need to be drawn. Replace Rinos and dems with real Conservatives and the bureaucrats can be fired. The DOJ/FBI/DNI’s leaders and their Obama Clinton donating class can be fired. Eric Charamella and his ilk can be fired. The Patriot Act scrapped. Governors/Mayors and Sheriffs of illegal alien/gun restricting policies can be arrested like they should be. And equal application of our laws can commence.

    So, who are these voters? Why do they choose RINOS over Conservatives? What information are they lacking that may be leading to these bad choices? How do we win the battle over their minds?

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    • rorschach says:

      Our educational systems need an overhaul. Too much pap, not enough instruction on critical thinking.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Maria says:

        The federal government should stay out of education, at least in regards to minors. When it comes to feeding your child, does the government set up publicly funded and state owned cafeterias, then demand that you send your child there (even if it makes him or her sick and malnourished) or else get accused of neglecting to feed your child?

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    • starfcker says:

      It’s not about voters, it’s about candidates. Where are these magical conservative candidates that you talk about? Put some names out in specific races of men or women you think would you do the things you want to do. In most cases they don’t exist. What made President Trump special, was that he realized not only did he have the knowledge base and the country’s best interest at heart, he also had the means to run a campaign without selling his soul. Very tough to do in the world where everybody’s just trying to live a peaceful life and raise their kids.

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      • ann says:

        We lost authentic representation when SCOTUS ruled de facto bribery is free speech

        I do not know about prior to that, but have seen my country’s government degenerate , my entire life,

        I think the entrepreneurial model is buttressed by other interpretations in the prior three decades

        When high status individuals are immune despite obvious crimes they build power,
        We don’t have effective functional justice or real laws.

        We have tyranny’. Resist openly intruded and continues to block our bedrock of free self governing society: peaceful transfer of power .

        To transition without suffering breaches of law and organized opposition by power elites is the benchmark of a state. So is justice & borders.

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    • old deplorable owl says:

      Remember Joni and how her “little knives” were going to whittle the corruption out? Lasted until she passed by the trough on her way to the pigpen! “Oh, a few bites won’t hurt…..” How many more ‘new faces’ have we sent to Washington to “clean it up”? We call for new blood, but they’ve learned well how to mouth the words we long to hear. Promise them anything, but give ’em the shaft.
      Why can’t we learn that the RNC won’t fund any candidate that hasn’t told them what they want to hear, never mind what the candidates say to us. We don’t matter!
      Why hasn’t the blatant and proven vote fraud been investigated and prosecuted? Ya think maybe both sides like it just the way it is?
      Where and how do we even start?

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  13. youme says:

    The Lois Lerner deposition is still under seal. We are not allowed to see it.

    The home of the the Clinton Foundation whistleblower was raided. Huber did that. The search warrant affidavit is still under seal. We are not allowed to see it. Neither is the whistleblower.

    The search warrant affidavit for Epstein’s NYC townhouse remains under seal. We are not allowed to see it.

    The FBI screw up in Garland Texas, where the FBI undercover followed the 2 shooters to the scene and then ran away, led to a security guard being shot. The security guard had his lawsuit thrown out by a federal judge. We will never find out the truth about FBI in Garland, Texas.

    Lawsuits being thrown out. Judges sealing information that the public is entitled to see under the law.

    No, I do not see much hope for the Sharyl Attkisson lawsuit.

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    • Truth seeker says:

      Don’t forget the FBI murdering LaVoy Finecum, and planting a 9mm pistol on him claiming he was an armed threat. Even though the FBI were peppering the truck with round before anyone got out of the truck. That went away too.

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      • annieoakley says:

        An FBI average agent infiltrated the Bundy family first. Then it moved to Oregon where the Bundys were arrested and Mr.Finicim was murdered. There are some incidents in Denver involving an enormous proposed high rise and some Iranians that necessitated the involvement of this same agent. I will attempt to locate some links.

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        • jojols17 says:

          I’m a Bundy FOLLOWER what the government did him n his family was so CORRUPT….YOU CAN thank OBUMAMUTT N HIS THUGS ..
          LEVOY was murdered in cold blood..this was a TRAGEDY n the FBI N OTHERS planned this…..

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    • old deplorable owl says:

      Don’t forget The Boss has put in a number of new federal judges….Might be some hope!

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  14. Zorro says:

    Here’s the thing boys and girls. Sundance/CTH offers up all this digestible research and analysis and POTUS has not once linked to it.

    People are wondering how do we get info out to the public. Here’s a golden opportunity Mr. President.

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  15. Right to reply says:

    Sundance writes “Why disks? Why send a stack of DISKS to the DOJ and FBI when there’s a pre-existing financial crimes unit within the IRS. All of the evidence within this sketchy operation came directly to the surface in early spring 2012.”

    In 2013 Maxine Waters gave the answer? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGgZ5M6KMt8

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    • nimrodman says:

      I didn’t see any answer to “why disks” in that video
      What answer is it that you think you’re seeing?

      I’m coming from a perspective of “why disks and not an internet transfer”

      If you’re meaning “so they could take it with them”, that’s uncontestable

      But they could have done that also by internet transfer and download at either end, making multiple copies of the database that could be downloaded to portable computers, memory drives, etc and just carted out to Obama’s fortress of solitude and any number of other places they’d like it to reside.

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  16. Orson says:

    Let me speed things up. Civil Suit….so the taxpayer hands over a fortune to the defendant. No one held accountable. Let’s hire one of the offenders to oversee the clean up and application of new policy. Move along. Rinse Lather Repeat.

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  17. The Boss says:

    There are a number of reported affirmative actions by good guys over the past several years, including:

    Midnight meeting between John Solomon and men in a car while Solomon was putting his trash out.
    The magic appearance of many Strzok-Page texts the day after Flynn’s plea deal announced.
    The disclosure of Schiff and Glenn Simpson meeting in Colorado in summer 2017.
    The publication of Mark Warner’s text messages re Steele et al.
    The recent confirmation via a blurt out in a court document that Wolfe leaked a FISA application.
    Now this person involved in the Sheryl Atkinson spying.

    I’m sure I’ve missed others, but it seems there is an effort by some patriots to get the truth out. They are taking great personal risk, and seem to be working independently. This subject would make a great article on the Treehouse one day.

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  18. Buzzsaw says:

    I wish Barr read this brilliant website.

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  19. msdollie says:

    I was following Sharyl’s reporting during the “Fast and Furious” as well as “Benghazi” days.

    I have Sundance @ Conservative Treehouse to thank for reacquainting me with her.

    Sundance has educated me on the minutiae of details surrounding “Russia Hoax / Crossfire Hurricane” aka “Trump Russia Gate” and/or “FBI Spy Gate”.

    Very interesting to find that all the above controversies involve the same key players: Rosenstein, Comey, Brennan, Clapper, Mueller.

    It occurs to me now (better late than never) that an organization capable of spying on Sharyl in manner she documents would be just as capable to do same type of spying on Candidate Trump.

    Why then did they go to all the trouble of employing clandestine spys? (aka: Misfed, Steele, Byrne, Butina, Halper, Downer, Veselnitskaya)

    Perhaps they weren’t merely spying on Trump bur rather attempting to entrap and/or frame him.

    Sundance’s prescience is “spooky”! (bad pun intended, 😎)

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    • DebbieSemms says:

      Perhaps they weren’t merely spying on Trump bur rather attempting to entrap and/or frame him.- Obviously

      Liked by 2 people

    • beach lover says:

      Insurance. Remember he wasn’t supposed to win.

      If he did, they had all sorts of nefarious shenanigans set up with foreign bad guys.

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    • G. Alistar says:

      I think rather the plan morphed over time. Started with a general hatred for Trump and no plan. Then became a Russian collusion plan because I hate Trump so much that he had to cheat with Russian help. Then became a plan for entrapment to get Mueller fired. He did not take the bait. So we change the plan to work a bogus impeachment by Nadler and Schiff based on a secret whistle blower. Plan morphs again to get dirt from Mueller grand jury interviews to use against Trump and Republicans particularly in the US Senate. If Republican lose five senators in 2020 Trump’s plan for conservative judges on the SCOTUS, federal districts, border security, economy etc. all sub come to a liberal Senate. Like all professional Soldiers know, “no plan ever survives the first shot of a battle.” Key point, what is up the sleeves of the dems and their partners in the media after the impeachment fails and how to counter it now?

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  20. CountryClassVulgarian says:

    Why is it that we pay for things we “are not allowed to see or hear”? Why

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  21. Rick says:

    And the Democrats said that whistleblowers words are gospel.

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  22. MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

    Barr and Wray are not going to do anything but protect the system as best they can. I believe Wray is actually trying to get The Donald to fire him with in your face do nothing about the useless FBI. Mitch will never confirm anybody that will actually seek to fix our corrupt FBI or Justice Department because if they did he would be in jail along with most of congress and DC.

    The corrupt justice system (Judge) will stop anything Attkisson and her lawyers present.

    Donald is still in danger since his own party leaders want him gone…today if possible, The elites in this country have F this country over and we’re too far gone to reverse by the voting booth.

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  23. Midnite says:

    If you think about there is a silver lining in this dark cloud and it may be spreading. We now have a whistle blower willing to come forward and provide her attorney’s with the information they need to proceed in this case. There hasn’t been a lot of that going on and for good reason, because they’re afraid of spending the rest of their life in jail! If you recall just a few days ago in the Devin Nunes interview with Laura Ingraham he also mentioned witnesses and whistle blowers coming forward to provide testimony and evidence, so it looks like the tide may be turning in the Swamp.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Julia Adams says:

      Midnite, I pray you are right because Patriotic whistle blowers like Nunes hinted about and who are willing and able to testify against the US Government just might be the only way forward.

      Liked by 2 people

      • ann says:

        We had or have Mr. Campbell, with U One also.

        The DoJ is out of control. Its monopoly on federal justice & counterintell, nat sec is harming us. The dept as it is must be brought Ken up, superseded, decentralized

        Waiting must end and doing begin. .

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    • dallasdan says:

      I hope you are correct. IMO, the imposition of justice has no chance of coming from anywhere within the government, and tenacious bulldogs (said with respect and admiration) like Attkisson can exert much power through their legal action.

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  24. islandpalmtrees says:

    Why does a person making 6 million a year take a job paying for allot less in 2012? What is Bridgwater Associates – CIA Corporate Front. So, you have yet another CIA person in an FBI position. Are these people CIA – Comey and Strzok, it sure looks like it.

    In 2012, Comey’s Bridgewater salary was $6,632,616 just before taking over the helm at the FBI. In his first year at the FBI, he received another $3.3 million in Bridgewater severance cash outs. A year later, his net worth jumped up to $34 million. Comey also disclosed direct holdings in IBM Eclipse Foundation members: Verizon, Intel, Emerson Electric, Microsoft, Qualcomm, AT&T, Apple, HP, Morgan Stanley, Lockheed Martin, JPMorgan, Wells Fargo, none of which has ever been disclosed or caused him to recuse himself in any case.
    http://cosmicconvergence.org/?p=18857

    Bridgwater Associates – CIA Corporate Front
    http://jar2.com/2/Intel/CIA/CIA%20Fronts.htm

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  25. beach lover says:

    Good to see that Sidney Powell has linked this Sundance post onto her Twitter feed. She can still be instrumental in spreading the story of corruption.

    Liked by 2 people

  26. Harvey Lipschitz says:

    This is great
    She does investigation very well. She has direct contact with inside sources.

    Rod can lawyer up and plop 80,000 retainer on a couple of law firms. He is important and must use important law firms.

    Those lawyers can’t submit a motion for less than 2,000 in billable time.
    Just for perspective, low rent ghetto lawyer Avenatti send the stripper a bill for several hundred thousand dollars on one matter.

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  27. islandpalmtrees says:

    So, lets see if I have it right – Co-Founder of Crowdstrike Dmitri Alperovitch is CIA, Comey is CIA, Peter Strzok is both(CIA/FBI), Brennan is of course CIA, Nellie Ohr is CIA? How many more of these people are CIA?

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  28. StanH says:

    This is massive corruption an a scale that perhaps is the worst in history, without question in the USA. Not a bit of this would be known if our Great President Trump hadn’t won. One man and three years will not take down this type of corruption that runs so deep. Even though it seems that we are losing, I vehemently disagree. President Trump and his growing Deplorable Army have them surrounded and the rats are scurrying in broad daylight, revealing themselves. Now that we have them exposed, now we have stay focused for the fix. Let us pray that the ballot box continues work, because the next phase will be ugly.

    My trust in Bill Barr is about as far as I can throw his fat-ass, I believe that he understands the precipice that he stands on. I think he understands the anger in this country and will indict some sacrificial lambs. Look for him to split the baby. There will be no prosecutions of Barry or Hillary other that, all bets are off, there could be many, there could be few, but it’s a start.

    This is where the Deplorables come in. We must vote! We must educate! We must get angry! We must hold our congress critters responsible! And most importantly we must back our Champion President Donald J Trump and eventually we will crush them.

    If we got back into our lives and turn our backs on the swamp, just as sure as day follows night, the cabal will get busy finishing our demise.

    “Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.” Winston Churchill.

    Folks, this is a long haul. Perhaps a generation.

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    • Julia Adams says:

      “Never give up on something that you can’t go a day without thinking about.”

      “Never give in–never, never, never, never, in nothing great or small, large or petty, never give in except to convictions of honor and good sense. Never yield to force; never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy.”
      ― Winston Churchill

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      • StanH says:

        We can learn so much from another great man facing certain defeat from an entrenched evil, with a running head start. We stay firm, we stay committed and we will crush them. It will not happen in the Spring with whatever Bill Barr does. If he indicts a thousand people, there’s another thousand criminals to take their place.

        We must fundamentally change our country back into a Constitutional Republic and through attrition and indefatigable resolve; IT WILL BE DONE! Let us pray that we do not have to resort to the 2nd Amendment to restore our “brilliant” founders vision for the future.

        Be cool, hang tough and be prepared.

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        • suicdeclutch63 says:

          Two thoughts. 1. I just can’t reconcile why Barr would come out of a comfy retirement to wade right back into the swamp if he wasn’t intent on trying to clean it up. Why would he? He was out, I just don’t believe he was dragged back in because they had something on him. 2nd and most importantly “Be cool, hang tough and be prepared” is where I am at this point in time. I get so angry about all of this and the kind of person I am, I want to do something about it but I realize that there isn’t much I can do which makes me even angrier. So what do I do? I stay prepared, I stay alert and vigilant, I train, I am working out and getting in better shape- working on the things I can control/influence. Things are going to get a whole lot worse before they get better and they might not ever get better. All I can do is try to be prepared and have my family prepared for what is to come. People around me think I am a little nuts- oh well.

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          • StanH says:

            There are lots of things we can do, you listed a few. The biggest in my opinion is support for President Trump, he’s earned it. We stick together we crush them.

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          • nimrodman says:

            I just can’t reconcile why Barr would come out of a comfy retirement to wade right back into the swamp if he wasn’t intent on trying to clean it up.

            Maybe he indeed came out of retirement to be a cleaner
            for the OTHER side

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    • ann says:

      We knew much before, but the scope and depth are massively expanding.

      The problem is translating the data into effective solutions.

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  29. DonnyVee says:

    Is this the break in the dam that we’ve been waiting for?

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  30. TMonroe says:

    Looks like Crowdstrike is another critical nexus point.

    https://www.amgreatness.com/2019/10/07/time-to-reassess-crowdstrikes-credibility/

    “And while CrowdStrike was working for the DNC in 2016, the firm also collaborated with key officials in the Obama Justice Department as it was ramping up its investigation into Trump’s presidential campaign. During a technology conference in March 2016, CrowdStrike hosted a cyber “war game” with Obama administration officials: “Four teams of ten people met for two hours to play the game,” according to an October 2016 profile in Esquire. “[National Security Division chief] John Carlin; Chris Painter…at the State Department; and Chris Inglis, the former deputy director of the NSA, were all part of the government team. A former member of GCHQ, the British intelligence organization, was on the international team. Ash Carter, the defense secretary, arrived halfway through and asked to play, but the game was already under way.”

    “Before Obama’s intelligence officials released a statement on October 7 that blamed the Russians for the DNC email breach, according to the Esquire article, Dmitri Alperovitch, CrowdStrike’s co-founder, was given a heads-up. “Alperovitch got a phone call from a senior government official alerting him that a statement identifying Russia as the sponsor of the DNC attack would soon be released. Once again, Alperovitch was thanked for pushing the government along.” The statement, issued by Obama’s Department of Homeland Security and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper one month before Election Day, lifted some of the wording from CrowdStrike’s report on the DNC breach. (Again, it’s important to note that no federal agency was allowed access to the DNC email servers; all evidence of Russian hacking came directly from CrowdStrike.)

    “Further, according to reporting by Michael Tracey, CrowdStrike had a contract with the FBI for $150,000 between July 2015 and July 2016 for unknown services. Interesting.”

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    • TMonroe says:

      And this, as Comey told congress in March 2017 that the FBI “never got direct access to the [DNC] machines themselves” but supposedly relied on CrowdStrike, a cybersecurity firm hired by the DNC, which “shared with us their forensics from their review of the system.”

      https://www.realclearinvestigations.com/articles/2019/07/05/crowdstrikeout_muellers_own_report_undercuts_its_core_russia-meddling_claims.html

      “CrowdStrike’s accuracy is far from a given. Days after Comey’s testimony, CrowdStrike was forced to retract its claim that Russian software was used to hack Ukrainian military hardware. CrowdStrike’s error is especially relevant because it had accused the GRU of using that same software in hacking the DNC.

      “There is also reason to question CrowdStrike’s impartiality. Its co-founder, Dmitri Alperovitch, is a nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, the preeminent Washington think tank that aggressively promotes a hawkish posture towards Russia. CrowdStrike executive Shawn Henry, who led the forensics team that ultimately blamed Russia for the DNC breach, previously served as assistant director at the FBI under Mueller.

      “And CrowdStrike was hired to perform the analysis of the DNC servers by Perkins Coie – the law firm that also was responsible for contracting Fusion GPS, the Washington, D.C.-based opposition research firm that produced the now discredited Steele dossier alleging salacious misconduct by Trump in Russia and his susceptibility to blackmail.”

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  31. Orson says:

    Go back to October 9th. Nunes stated on Fox that a State Dept. Official admitted that they had been monitoring a number of journalists. I think John Solomon addressed it as well back in October. So, I wouldn’t be surprised if the “whistleblower” is a former State Dept. employee.

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    • marc kotlovker says:

      To add to this , Crowdstrike went public within the last year. The company is worth in the billions now. Havent looked yet but it might interesting to see who is on the board and the names of others involved with the co. Guarantee no one from the right.

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  32. Deborah Petipas says:

    We knew corruption was present, now we have more details. How deep and how far back this goes will take much longer to find out.

    Liked by 1 person

  33. redline says:

    TIL – “From 1994 to 1999, Mr. Bromwich served as the Inspector General for the Department of Justice.”

    Ahh… The scandal-free Clinton years!

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  34. 335blues says:

    Rat Rosenstein may yet get his due.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Julia Adams says:

      It might take some time to Attkisson’s suit to ever materialize. But, suppose it does move froward. And, if it actually does proceed, wouldn’t it be great to know that he is about to see what it feels like to be a defendant? Won’t it be fitting for him and his wife to have to use personal funds to defend himself, like all private citizens must do? Like General Kelly had to do?

      Why would Mr. Rosenstein be entitled to or be provided with taxpayer funds to cover his legal defense, since he is no longer a federal employee?

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  35. nerveman says:

    Occasionally I am struck by the depth and breadth of the corruption of the past decade. Even if Barr and Durham wanted the utmost best for Justice reform at the highest levels I am not sure they could bite off more than a few token individuals over the next 5 years. I absolutely know at a gut level that they would be balancing everything against what they perceive as the proper functioning of government from their perspective. I really hate posting this. They won’t take down one side of the government to fix it. It’s too deeply entrenched and the existing laws such as the Patriot Act are too politically charged to change. I wish it was different. How do you fix a problem that is larger than the institutions that created it? Personally I think the country could handle it and would relish the clean up. My best hope through November is voting machine integrity and a clear win for Donald Trump. Then there is 2 years before Trump becomes a lame duck. Take back the house and we get 4 years of Trump Fixing the country. I pray for more.

    Liked by 5 people

    • ann says:

      I too believe the people, citizens could handle it and would welcome authenticity and a fresh start.

      Its the power holders who are using that as an excuse.

      Liked by 5 people

    • G. Alistar says:

      And lose the Senate, even with POTUS victory in 2020 and we have the swamp full of snakes for years….solution, pray for our nation and vote!

      Liked by 1 person

      • nerveman says:

        I don’t think the Senate will be lost. Gonna have to see some projections though. When the impeachment is squashed the GOP should be solidified. Public opinion should also raise in accordance with it.

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  36. Les Dee says:

    Tough case for her but I see her attorney is using his head as to getting venue out of the Federal Court in DC.The federal venue statute is pleaded early on in her suit, par.7, so you can see how tricky it is. The crime happened in suburban VA which is Never Trump jurors, same for DC where it also happened and planned, etc. Baltimore chosen maybe because of Rosy’s residence? Just guessing not knowing why. Baltimore, not great either but that federal district court extends out of city limits and I remember Baltimore getting kind of red necky pretty quick to the east, so maybe Trumpers. Long time ago it did anyway when I worked for a Senator from Md. No clue now, but has has to be a reason she chose that venue. And it seems like she has it or the defendants would have filed a Motion to Transfer for lack of proper venue much earlier–this is old litigation, up and down to the App Ct, and now re-filed. I hope she has some wealthy backers, her three law firms ain’t cheap.
    Love her and Solomon and Sara forever.

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    • Les Dee says:

      So sorry, I can answer my own question. When the gobament was doing this tapping of her, it was out of the Baltimore USA’s office and not main Justice for some reason. The AFT started this against her as a result of her reporting on Fast and Furious. So, she filed suit in Baltimore because Rosy was running it as the mad dog democrat USA for Baltimore those and many prior years.

      But allow me to digress. Trump, as per long standing tradition, asked for the resignation of all Dem USA’s around the country, that’s routine, done every change of Prez. All complied or get fired, Rosy too. But not Poontang Bharara from the Justice Dept’s left wing cesspool aka the Southern District of NY run by Lawfare. Poontang was appointed by his distant cousin Obama even though he’s only been naturalized for 15 years. He thought it was his for life. Had to lock him out of the office. Poontang is now a member of Lawfare. So all the bomb throwers were gone except Comey, Sally et al, FISA.

      But, here’s my q which I can’t find the answer on the net. Why does PT resurrect the departed Dem bomb thrower USA and make him Deputy Attorney General? Who recommended him? How did the worst decision in PT’s life happen? Worse then paying Stormy and her ilk, or the interview with Billy Bush, or hiring TexRex, Wrey, Cohn, McMaster, Omarosa, allowing 100 spooks on the line for int’l Presidential calls–all of these combined don’t equal the disaster of bringing in a known bomb throwing democrat, an incestuous Justice Dept offspring bureaucrat as Asst AG. That allowed Rosy, a nobody democrat bureaucrat a year earlier, to take Trump and the country by the balls for three years. Somebdy please ask Rosy when he realized Mueller was having Cognizant issues–that didn’t start a few months before he testified if it was that advanced.

      I thought Nixon was dumb for ordering Watergate when he was going to win by 75%, or the same election George picking fellow senator Eagleton as his VP candidate when anyone who was around him on the Floor saw he was visibly shaking–poor soul. Or Patton shunning Truman. All of these and those abobr combined, combined don’t come close to the utterly self-inflicted but avoidable political disaster–the worst since the Civil War. I love PT but cringe a little when he brags how smart he is–a rookie pol would have seen that disaster coming, and then took him two years to figure out to bring Whitaker in.

      Please add any you have to this list of boners.

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  37. jkcinsalem says:

    I do believe I may very well live to witness this Civil War 2.0 that patriots say is coming. It’s pretty depressing to realize the depth of corruption that controls all levels of government.

    Liked by 3 people

    • ann says:

      For me, yes very depressing but unsurprised .

      The phony freedom has been obvious for a while.

      An opportunity for a fresh start would be welcome. ESP for young people. They don’t deserve to have to handle crap these creeps built.

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  38. nimrodman says:

    I note that the legal documents dox Rosenstein’s street address (the 2nd image with item “12”)

    Now, I wouldn’t advocate that angry mobs show up in his driveway – the way Dems do to any conservative target of opportunity …

    …. I’m just sayin’

    (hey, I’m just sayin’)

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  39. TwoLaine says:

    IMPORTANT!!! Lt. Gen. Thomas G McInerney (Ret.), U.S. Air Force, spoke at the 2019 Rolling Thunder Memorial Day Rally in Washington, D.C.. He begins around 1:07:00.

    https://www.c-span.org/video/?460914-2/rolling-thunder-memorial-day-rally-speaking-program

    He talks about the Deep State when it comes to Leaving No Man Behind, the mission of the Ride. He talks about how the Deep State went into overdrive to cover up Benghazi. He says they intruded on his own computer. Dana Boente is mentioned as one of the many corrupt officials involved in this coverup.

    Please listen to it all!

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  40. nimrodman says:

    Why disks?

    So the transfer didn’t appear on computer server operating logs on both the transmitting and receiving end?

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  41. Ned Zeppelin says:

    Mueller is the Vincent Gigante of the Deep State.

    Feeble? Ha. You are a sucker if you think that.

    Jest sayin’

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  42. Oh joy, hallou-halay and all-hail the jabberwocky! Slither slack goes SDs vorpal blade…

    This is precisely the break Sharyl needed, and why the government was so desperate to delay her first case that the judge objected but was powerless to help.

    I sense there are some very deep throats watching and reading here, and willing to offer help when the opportunity is tee’d up, to the right voices, so good work SD facilitating that.

    Lots of crossover here amongst the players in FISAgate (Spygate as Bongino calls it, with a couple sources of his own…)

    A couple of trademaked CTH wire diagrams with faces and timelines might help…
    Connect some dots and give cover…

    Speaking of help, if you dont have deep intel money walks and you know what walks:

    https://www.gofundme.com/f/sharyl-attkisson-4th-am-litigation

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  43. JJ says:

    What is Billy Barr doing about the obvious CORRUPTION of Rosenstein and Wray?

    HINT: Nothing. He is as dirty as they are.

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