NSC Russia Expert Escorted From White House Under Intelligence Investigation…

CTH held off reporting on this explosive story until we could see if a tell-tale consequence surfaced; perhaps it has.   On Friday the National Security Council senior director for European and Russian affairs, Andrew Peek, was escorted from the White House grounds and is currently under a security investigation.

There are few details about why Peek was physically removed and is under a very serious investigation; however, some of Andrew Peek’s professional background details tell a story.  The connection to Gen. John Allen is a MASSIVE warning flare.

Andrew Peek, the senior director for European and Russian affairs at the National Security Council, has been placed on administrative leave pending a security-related investigation, people familiar with the situation tell Axios.

First the Daily Mail:

[…] Peek had been in the NSC role for just two months, after most recently working as a deputy assistant secretary of state with responsibility for Iran and Iraq.

[…] Peek had been expected to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland next week with Trump and other top aides. However, he is currently on leave pending a security-related investigation, people familiar with the situation told Axios.

[…] Peek served as a U.S. Army intelligence officer who worked under General John Allen in Afghanistan.

[…] Prior to joining the Trump administration, Peek served as a U.S. Army intelligence officer who worked under General John Allen in Afghanistan.

[…] He was also a national security adviser to Senator Gordon Smith, an Oregon Republican, and Senator Mike Johanns, a Nebraska Republican.  (link)

From a Bloomberg article:

[…] Peek previously served as a deputy assistant secretary of State for Iraq and Iran, and he was seen as an ally of Robert O’Brien.

Andrew Peek came from the State Department.  Because the appointment happened in the past two months, it would appear Andrew Peek was recommended by the Dept. of State and accepted for the NSC post by National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien.

Here’s how it looks:  Andrew Peek was a mole.  A resistance spy sent into the Trump administration as part of the allied deep state resistance effort.  Someone caught him attempting to access something, and here’s how CTH can tell.

The biggest flare that identifies Andrew Peek’s ideology is the connection to former U.S. General John Allen.   CTH has tracked Allen for several years; he was used as part of Hillary Clinton’s campaign.  He spoke at the DNC convention for Hillary Clinton.

Gen. John Allen, (Ret.) stands with veterans as he speaks during the final day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia , Thursday, July 28, 2016. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

John Allen was also used, politically, as part of President Obama’s 2014 false narrative around ISIS; giving the illusion of an effort to confront the radical Islamists.  Obama had been holding leverage over John Allen since 2012 [HERE]

Allen, a four-star Marine general, succeeded Petraeus as the top American commander in Afghanistan in July 2011; but General John Allen had a serious zipper problem.  Allen retired in 2012 when his sexual proclivities surfaced.

However, Obama brought him back when he needed a General he could control in 2014.   Allen’s 2012 zipper problem became Obama’s 2014 political leverage to use General Allen as a tool to present the image of Obama’s faux fight against ISIS.

Andrew Peek coming from the stable of John Allen tells us everything we need to know about the ideology of Mr. Peek.  There’s no doubt in my mind that Andrew Peek is therefore an ideological member of the resistance similar to another NSC appointment, Alexander Vindman.

Keep in mind, National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien also comes from inside the Dept of State.   So whether Mike Pompeo and Robert O’Brien set-up Peek as a mole, or whether Peek’s activities were discovered without their foreknowledge is an open question.  However, I find it impossible to believe that NSA Robert O’Brien didn’t know the ideology of Peek prior to the appointment.

Additionally, in the periphery of downstream consequence, and seemingly out of nowhere today, impeachment Lead Manager and HPSCI Chairman Adam Schiff said:

The Intelligence Community is beginning to withhold documents from Congress on the issue of Ukraine. They appear to be succumbing to pressure from the administration. The NSA in particular is withholding what are potentially relevant documents to our oversight.”

Considering the timeline; and considering the topic(s); and considering the ideology; there’s a strong possibility the person on the other end of Peeks’ communication effort was someone in the network of Adam Schiff, perhaps Mary McCord or similar…

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570 Responses to NSC Russia Expert Escorted From White House Under Intelligence Investigation…

  1. Johnny Dollar says:

    Alexander Vindman worked directly for Andrew Peek.

    FTA: “According to a Washington Examiner article from last fall, Alexander Vindman, who famously testified during the House impeachment hearings, reported directly to Andrew Peek: “As a Ukraine expert, Vindman reports to civilian Andrew Peek, who replaced Tim Morrison as the NSC’s senior director for European and Russian affairs after Morrison announced his departure last Wednesday, one day before he testified before the House impeachment proceeding.”

    Other connections: Andrew Peek, Alexander Vindman, Carter Page are all former military and they were all Intelligence Officers in the military. Andrew Peek and Cater Page were sponsored by big Republicans who do not appear to be Trump supporters . Not sure who’s pushing Vindman

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  2. Chewbarkah says:

    But here is a contrary possibility. Schiff is complaining about all the Ukraine info drying up. in about the time frame Peek was serving in the NSC. Is it possible that Peek was thwarting the Swamp, and therefore has been swatted with “security” allegations to get him out of their way? They pulled something similar on Devin Nunes.

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  3. Don says:

    Schiffty IS A PROVEN LIAR…… Its obvious ABC wants to assist in throwing as much deflection mud into the impeachment as possible…..only problem for these desperados is that AMERICAN HAS STOPPED LISTENING to the democrat party HOAX narrative……

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  4. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    Never fear, there’re always more to catch. Whack-a-mole. And remember, Trump was criticized for not trusting the ‘intelligence’ agencies.

    Liked by 13 people

  5. gctb says:

    Wait for it… wrist slap. And “we’ll call you back in 2025 with a promotion.”
    No one of significance has gone to jail and I’ve lost hope anyone will.
    President Trump: please DECLASSIFY everything as you promised. Then, at least we’ll learn the truth.

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  6. huecowacko says:

    Another tell on Gen. John R. Allen is that he went from the Obama Admin. to the Presidency of the Brookings Institution; you don’t make that sort of lateral, more/less, move unless you are of a certain political bent.

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  7. 6x47 says:

    President Trump is a man of rare ability, but it is undeniable at this point that unlike other Presidents he came into power without decades of government experience and the contacts and acolytes one acquires in such a lengthy public career, and it hurt him badly especially in the early days of his administration.

    President Trump had to rely on others, an unfortunate number of whom turned out to be duplicitous and worked to undermine rather than support him – or else be less than forceful and enthusiastic implementing the President’s agenda. “Slow walking.”

    And sadly, even though he knew about it going in there was little he could do besides hope for the best. And then, even after an appointment turns out to be a smashing disappointment the President must bide his time until he acts either due to political considerations, or perhaps for no other reason than the difficulty of finding a suitable replacement. In the meantime he must make do with the bad personnel he has by monitoring them closely and proscribing their ability to cause mischief. An outright traitor, of course, is always summarily fired and escorted from the building; but he often must make do with those who merely serve poorly.

    Which is why the rampant fantasies about 4-D chess and “trust the plan, Trump knows what he is doing, if he didn’t want X in the position then he would have fired him long ago, doomsayer” annoy me so badly.

    Does anyone REALLY believe General Flynn allowed himself to be entrapped in order to “give the corrupt FBI and Deep State enough rope?” Does anyone REALLY believe Jeff Sessions was not bamboozled into recusing, it was never a “deception op?” Does anyone REALLY believe Rod Rosenstein was secretly a good guy working for the President to rope-a-dope the Deep State?

    Give it a rest, people. Sometimes reality is exactly what it appears to be: President Trump got hosed by a lot of people, either through incompetence or malice, but he is slowly but surely purging the bad apples from his administration as he can. Problem is he has bushels and bushels of bad apples.

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    • X XYZ says:

      I’ve heard the story that when Trump descended the escalator, he said to Don Jr. “Well, I guess we’re going to find out who our friends are.”

      If he had been less naive he would have added “and who our enemies are”.

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      • Doc Joe says:

        “naive” Really? Did you just go there?

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      • Lars says:

        Trump is anything but naive. You want to see naive, take a look at Trump’s immediate predecessor.

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      • Did you just suggest Trump didn’t know he had enemies? Are you so naive?

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        • X XYZ says:

          I was referring to what Limbaugh said about Trump when he was newly inaugurated. Rush actually spoke with Trump at length and Rush is not known to lie. Trump found it hard to believe that the deep state and the MSM would relentlessly attack him and not accept his presidency. Rush was surprised by that admission. That’s naivete. I’m not portraying Trump as being foolish, He is an honest man who underestimated the viciousness of his enemies. I’ve seen presidents since Eisenhower and I’ve never seen such a level of relentless rancor directed at any president before now, either.

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    • Amy2 says:

      We always say that PDT got to where he is on his own, with no political experience. Well, once he got there, he was STILL on his own! It’s taken awhile for him to get his groove on in some areas, but all that considered, he still rocked it!

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      • Thinker Prime says:

        It is ironic that the left always criticizes Trump for placing particular trust in his rather competent family members – yet in his situation, they are the people who are on his side. The unfortunate thing is that so many people like Steve Bannon, who had every reason to be on Trump’s side, turned out to be so lacking in self-control and basic discretion that they had to be exited. The much more unfortunate thing is that each case like this reminds us that the Deep State is real and has bad intentions for our democratic Republic.

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    • jstert says:

      6×47 nails it.
      btw is vindmann still at nsc? wth?

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    • Issy says:

      Those living in the fantasy conspiracy world of the plan greatly annoyed me also. I saw it them as totally naive or deliberate perpetrators of disinformations to keep the masses pacified. All I’ve seen is PDJT fighting for his Presidency every day and managing to stay a step or two ahead of the coup.

      I am hopeful the barrel of rotten apples will become so rancid it explodes.

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    • G. Alistar says:

      I do…it’s a trap. We will all see in about six months. p.s., Repeat after me, “I don’t know, I really don’t know. Guess what guys, I don’t know.” If you knew, then it would be a heck or a shabby and ineffective trap. But guess what, I don’t know.

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    • carlsonterrence says:

      I wasn’t aware that ex-president Obama “came into power” with “decades of government experience”. I had heard that he was a community organizer turned one term Senator.
      Learn something new every day!

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      • X XYZ says:

        Yeah. When we were kids we were told that anyone could become a president someday. They never told us about the money involved in producing a puppet candidate, or where the money might come from. Learn something new every day!

        It’s no wonder that most of us want no part of that sordid affair.

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      • American Heritage says:

        But Obama was a puppet; he didn’t have to know anything.

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      • MGBSE says:

        He is the Hungarian’s puppet…nothing more…he and the mooch are monitored 24/7 by their (soviet-like) Handler, ValJay.

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    • Ricardo Phynque says:

      Good Man !!!!…..I’ve been saying the same thing for several years hoping some one would agree……I keep wondering how much more Trump would have accomplished if he had full or even partial backing from his own Party which included “Suggestions” of qualified individuals who could fill important positions in trump administration….some like Sessions were “Set ups” and did more Harm….Re-Election of Trump will improve the Peoples business Tremendously……..

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    • packysite says:

      Was she a Velvet Jones “Institute Graduit “ 😉😎🇺🇸

      Just to show you how long NBC has been behind this !🤔🗡🎬

      Eddie Murphy “ Vellvet Jones Institute te of Technolgy Circa ‘82 SNL

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    • packysite says:

      Was she a Velvet Jones “Institute Graduit “ 😉😎🇺🇸

      Just to show you how long NBC has been behind this !🤔🗡🎬

      Eddie Murphy “ Vellvet Jones Institute te of Technolgy Circa ‘82 SNL

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    • nuthinmuffin says:

      but just think, once re elected, he can flame them all because he doesn’t have to worry about re election. I’m sure the groundwork has been laid and it will be fun to watch…

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    • Kay Sadeeya says:

      Why I voted for Trump: 99% of politicians are pretentious (they change like the weather to go along with the wind). Trump isn’t, if he sees a problem he tries to fix it then. (In business if you don’t solve problems, they don’t get fixed, and your business will be gone soon). Most career DC bureaucratic-state, Swamp denizens don’t work under that model. They would rather create a Department of Committees, allocate $4.5 Billion, do 5 years of research and then retire right before they kick it down the road to the next crop of career bureaucrats.

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  8. Eileen McRae says:

    “”Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive!” (Sir Walter Scott, 1808).

    This remains apropos over two centuries later!

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  9. JG3 says:

    “Through their looking glass, something WICKED our way came!”

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  10. Bogeyfree says:

    So what do you think Barr would do if PT ordered him to immediately declassify and unredacted and expose to the American people JUST the RR scope memos??

    Possible answers:

    1) Follow orders immediately?

    2) Hem and haw and try to dissuade the President

    3) Refuse and resign

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Bogey,
      What would the CIA, FBI, DOJ, State Department, NSA and DOD do if PDJT ordered them to immediately provide unredacted copies of the following to the Office of the President Chief Counsel?
      Weiner laptop
      All records requested by any member of congress now withheld
      the 47 whistleblower disks on HAMMER
      the collyer and boasberg ilegal spying opinions
      all surveilance of any congressmember (including staff and family)
      all surveillance of any federal judge, SC Justice (including staff and family)
      all awan investigation and plea bargain records
      all Wolfe investigation and plea bargain records
      all “surveillance” carried out under the carter Page FISA, who requested it, who received it
      all surveillance of any Presidential candidate or staff from 2012 to the date of the carter page FISA Warrant (this includes hillary, Trump, cruz, jeb!!!, bernie, cain, romney, carson, mccain, obama…)
      all uranium one investigation records
      all clinton foundation investigation records
      all surveillance of soros or any organization funded by soros
      all investigations since 2012 of FBI and DOJ malfeasance or misfeasance
      all records relating to CIA infiltration of or shared assets/agents with the FBI
      all records of CIA assets who the CIA has trained, recommended, placed, or promoted in Executive , Congressional or Judicial positions.

      All records Sundance has listed for release

      It would be good for PDHJT to have these records “on hand” in the White House, without initially having reviewed them himself personally.

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    • Issy says:

      Until proven otherwise, I believe Barr & Rosenstein made a deal.

      Liked by 1 person

    • formerdem says:

      Maybe there are some investigations we do not know about, which are important, which could not proceed if it were adjudicated that Rosenstein and Strozk and a few others are liars. Even though they are. It might be better for some reason we don’t know about, not to say that formally, not to open the door to proving it.

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  11. Bogeyfree says:

    Mr. President,

    On Nov 21, 2019, Sen. Graham sent a letter to Sec. Pompeo requesting all communications between Biden and Ukraine officials back in 2016 along with other requests.

    It has been 2 months and Americans deserve an answer if the documents requested have indeed been provided?

    Your administration has been the most transparent ever and I hope this policy of transparency extends to your State Dept and Sec. Pompeo.

    Americans would appreciate an update.

    MAGA

    https://www.judiciary.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/LG%20to%20MP%20re%20Biden%20and%20Ukraine.pdf

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  12. waicool says:

    axios is garbage

    Liked by 2 people

    • GB Bari says:

      That’s what I had concluded some time ago. I don’t consider their reporting any better than CNN, or NBC, or any of the old heavily Left-biased MSM. Best to let this story age a few days or longer. The truth will emerge like it always does.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Thinker Prime says:

      True. But I do like their charts of the dwindling number of Democratic Presidential contenders. Watching them fail, one-by-one warms my heart.

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      • Kay Sadeeya says:

        Except everyone of the supporters of the candidates who fall out just switch to the next disaster waiting to be nominated. Can you think of one of the Democrat candidates who are running who might not be dangerous for America? And all the voters who vote (D) will be there in November to vote for him or her. How many will show up, or vote from “home”, or the graveyard is the big question.

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  13. Pew-Anon says:

    At this point, my default reaction is to distrust any law enforcement action by the justice department. The only prosecutions that have happened so far have been against Trump supporters. There has yet been no action taken against any Trump resistors. If what SD is saying about this previously unknown Peek guy is true — and hopefully it is — then he would be the first. Until the DoJ does something to change my mind, I am inclined to interpret any LE action by them as evidence that the target is doing something right, not something wrong. Again, I hope SD is right in this case and I hope I am wrong.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      The DOJ/FBI have shown they cannot be trusted. They attack people politically, and pardon people politically.
      Until the FBI/DOJ demonstrate equal justice, rather than political attacks (including dead of night armed raids with CNN for political enemies, nonprosecution for buddies), we should not vote to convict anyone attacked by the DOJ/FBI when serving on a jury. Their evidence, and hiding of evidence, cannot be trusted.
      A zero conviction rate might get the attention of (the few?) honest DOJ lawyers and FBI agents who could whistleblow and investigate corruption and illegality. Then again, it might not….

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      • ballgame17 says:

        And EVERY person jailed for mishandling classified information should be released and EVERY person who mishandled classified information and served their time should be pardoned, remunerated with back pay and additional monies as compensation for the miscarriage of justice. Sheeesh- I’m being facetious – PROSECUTE the rat bastards who have gotten away with it to the max. That would be equal justice.

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  14. annieoakley says:

    There are still many Communists in our Government. Not our President’s fault as they would have crushed a lesser man.

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    • sturmudgeon says:

      annie: You are SO right! The President is continually ‘connecting’ with ‘the people’, as that is where he believes is his strength. He MUST allocate, and in doing so, is vulnerable to traitors, and to snakes of all types. As they continue to be outed, hopefully, we may see some ‘truth and justice’. It’s a long wait, to be sure.

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    • Annie Oakley you were my childhood hero and now in my old age you still are!! LOL

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  15. Joe says:

    Bill Barr is at best too slow. I’ve got a bad feeling about him lately. Praying that I’m wrong. Cannot fathom how it will feel knowing the unelected are running this country.

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    • G. Alistar says:

      Funny, I trust him. Time will tell.

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    • john andrew says:

      Trumps AG Bill Barr is the best to cover for all these spy vs spy m-peach-mint criminals.
      Bill Barr was GHW Bush’s IRAN CONTRA cover AG – gave Reagan jelly beans to eat.
      Terry Reed’s book – “Compromised – Clinton, Bush & the CIA” – AG Barr gave cover to
      protect all these deep state criminals to no prosecution.
      Barr’s DOJ slow walks it all. Nothing to see here. So “fuhgeddaboudit”.
      Listen to (WMAL) Larry O’Conner (1/17/20) interview of Sidney Powell on Gen Flynn.
      This deep state “ball-of-worms” is too complicated for Joe 6-pack to connect the dots.
      God Bless POTUS Trump for trying to expose them, but too many criminals to catch.
      The election clock runs down – nothing changes – spying continues, not good for USA.
      Think about it!
      Wake me up after the 1st spy gets prosecuted in a DC court.
      I wish and hope they ALL get convicted before we check out.
      Rumpelstiltskin.

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    • Kay Sadeeya says:

      Well as one of the old sayings go; “lies take the elevator, but truth takes the stairs and gets there eventually”.

      I’m with you and hope Barr is for truth and not the Swamp.

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  16. Athena the Warrior says:

    Also the possibility of setting a trap by allowing Peek in to gather intel on him: his contacts, monitoring his comms, what info he tried accessing, etc. Once they had the goods on him, he’s escorted out under investigation.

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    • ballgame17 says:

      Good point …but it assumes trustworthy people are involved.

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    • Kay Sadeeya says:

      Yes and if what you say is true (which I’m hoping it is), it only took two weeks to catch the rat. That’s showing a huge success in catching the Obama holdovers and Deep State weasels. It could indicate a sea-change in who is winning. All glory to God for answering prayers for America.

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  17. SteveO says:

    The smug smirking pencil neck brigade…gonna need a bigger gallows

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  18. Bill says:

    Another sign that “Ukraine” is bigger than it might appear. The HUGE explosion triggered by a phone call? There are many more hogs that have fed at this trough, and they don’t want us seeing it.
    Just like the Russia probe was more about trying to hide what the IC was doing for many years previous to 2016, there is a bigger scandal waiting to be discovered.

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  19. Grassleysgirl/Breitbartista says:

    Time to ‘take a Peek’?
    I just couldn’t help myself.

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  20. Sassy says:

    Schiff says, “The NSA in particular is withholding what are potentially relevant documents to our oversight.”

    This echoes what he said when he wanted the IG to hand over the “urgent whistleblower complaint.” As with that document, Schiff likely already has or knows what’s in the “potentially relevant documents” but he needs a “legal” reason to possess and use them.

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  21. MNBV says:

    Peek is a manifestation of “the long march through the Institutions”.
    Why anyone is surprised means cause and effect continue to escape us.
    Kids like Peek are socially engineered cultural marxists.
    That doesn’t change until grade school to university changes.
    They own the education system.

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  22. WhiteBoard says:

    best way to out the Deep state is to LET THEM run their plan PUBLICALLY and have it publically fair. and.. to hire the deep state and Publically FIRE them alllll in the interest of informing the public.

    it has to be a continuous non stop effort of this to counter the hiding of this by the media.
    when the saturation point in the public hits a 60% sat you start arresting.

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  23. Doug Amos says:

    President Trump knew he had been wiretapped (White House reno/Trump Tower) before he had even been inaugurated; no surprise there. Part of surviving in New York is finding out who you can really count on. He often describes people as being ” a friend of mine”; an absolute essential to succeeding in the business world. It can be disarming or it can be, indeed, cast in stone; his record there speaks for itself. Still betting on President Trump.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      The crooked congresscritters refer to each other as “my friend the honorable ____”, instead of something like “the dishonorable congressman schiff who makes up and recites false testimony…”

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      • X XYZ says:

        It’s “my friend across the aisle”.

        Only Republicans say that Those who are RINOs are already sitting on ‘the other side of the aisle’. Democrats never cross the aisle.

        I have more respect for them than I do for RINOs or FAUXCONS.

        With “friends” like that, who needs enemies?

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    • G. Alistar says:

      AG Barr is his friend!

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  24. Beau Geste says:

    A major benefit of the impeachment farce is that it eliminates scrutiny of the FISC misbehavior and its continued protection and shielding of illegal political spying.

    While congress is impeaching, it cannot be pressed to clean up the FICS mess by creating a Public Defenders’ Office to represent the unknowing defendants who are attacked and lied about by the DOJ/FBI.

    The deceitful, crooked FISA Warrant shielded prior illegal surveillance. The FISC refuses to discipline the deceitful DOJ attorneys, and the lying-under-oath FBI agents (fines, jail, disbarment, perjury prosecution…) The FISC stil has not publically withdrawn its deceitful, purloined FISA Warrant which protects denial of civil rights under color of law 18 USC 242. Any honest court would immediately do this. But the FISC basks in Star Chamber secrecy hated by our founders and Constitution. And it has appointed a lapdog instead of a watchdog to cover its tracks.

    The ONLY purpose for the existence and creation of the FISC is to protect unrepresented citizens from aggressive, overreaching DOJ/FBI spying on US Citizens in violation of the Constitution. The political spying “russia russia” coup attempt would not be possible without a compliant FISC which failed its only responsibility. The FISC knew that naming low-level “target” carter page was a deceitful ruse to politically spy on the entire Republican Party and its Presidential Candidate by the phony “2-hop rule”, then extended the spying to the GOP’s elected President. Despite the constitutional issues of political spying, the FISC never reviewed the Woods files. Never cross-examined the crooked DOJ/FBI liars. Never did their ONLY duty. Despite knowing that alleged “russian spy” carter page is a CIA/FBI agent, still haven’t cleaned up their mess by discipline and FISA Withdrawal to protect the integrity of their proceedings, as any honest court would do.

    Instead of impeaching, the congress needs to work on establishing a Public Defenders’ Office appointed and fireable by the Office of the President, outside the control of DOJ. The brilliance of our Constitution is dispersal of power. Power corrupts, concentrated FISC power absolutely corrupts by control of judicial appointments) The PDO would have security clearance, be able to subpoena records and cross-examine FBI/DOJ witnesses, file motions to discipline deceit, withholding, perjury and malfeasance, move to withdraw tainted, purloined Warrants, file appeals to the FISC Review court and petition to the Supreme Court, and a requirement to report incompetence, bias, and crooked FISC and DOJ/FBI behavior to the Congress, President and Supreme Court.

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    • Issy says:

      A fisa warrant on a Presidential campaign should merit the attendance of the AG & fbi director before the fisc. That might make them a bit more careful. Signing off on it as Barr has made mandatory is not enough. They will just say they didn’t read it as Rosenstein did.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        We also need power dispersion and representation for unrepresented (and unknowing) defendants. It is too easy with only 7 FISC judges, to secretly appoint deep state plants.

        The constitution requires representation. The constitutionally-required “miranda warning” for constitutional rights includes …”You have the right to an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be provided for you.”
        Military prosecutions require defense counsel.
        There is an absolute constitutional need for adversarial review and appeal of of proven-deceitful DOJ/FBI deceit before the secret Stat Chamber FISC. The adversarial representation should OBVIOUSLY be outside the crooked DOJ/FBI, and be subject to hiring AND FIRING outside the DOJ/FBI, without approval of the senate.

        The FISC has been exposed and completely failing in its responsibility to protect civil rights. Issuing a deceitful Warrant on a low-level CIA/FBI agent to get at the entire Republican Party by phony 2-hop fraud. is appalling. Admission of 85% illegal spying in its purview was forced on collyer by Admiral Rogers. There has been no disbarment or other discipline for deceiving the Court, and no withdrawal of the tainted political FISA Warrant collyer signed against the entire Republican Party.

        How did collyer (from a low-level law school) or any of the others get to be federal, judges, then FISC chief judge? Who recommended them to CJ Roberts? Were they appointed because they were considered reliable to rubber stamp spying and protect DOJ/FBI illegal spying, despite their only duty and only reason for existence being to protect Constitutional Rights?

        From a Constitutional perspective, the behavior of the FISC, established to prevent what it approved, which should have prevented the illegal spying and coup attempt by refusing fale political spy Warrants, and acting decisively to prevent the 85% politically illegal spying from 2012 on its watch. is the most dangerous, and most easily curable, aspect of the coup attempt. Replace these judges, and create a Public Defender Office.

        The secret FISC judges need to have an independent Public Defenders’ Office looking over their behavior, with authority to defend Constitutional rights of unrepresented US Citizens. And authority to bring political “Star Chamber” behavior to review outside their protected Star Chamber secret niche.

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    • John Ostrowski says:

      I just finished watching all three segments ( 3hours) of the Ruby Ridge fiasco, and the coverup, and destruction of documents by the FBI back in the 90s. Looks like they are back to their old habits.

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  25. ChampagneReady says:

    Sessions when he was AG said there were TWENTY SEVEN active investigations of leaks.

    This better have been one of them. Because not a single damn person has yet been charged with any of them. We still don’t even know who leaked Flynn’s conversation.

    And that is a FELONY that can’t be argued by NOBDODY ! No lawyer, no party, even Chief Justice of the Supreme Court can say that this was not a felony.

    The real atrocity is that there were only about 5 people who would have had ACCESS to the information. How hard could it be to find out? It shouldn’t have taken 90 days. Yet nobody charged.

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    • Issy says:

      Invoking what Sessions said, doesn’t lead me to believe there is any evidence it is true. Who would investigate? That would have to be the fbi.

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      • Kay Sadeeya says:

        Shut down every IG department in government (they cannot be trusted) and assign outside watch-dog auditors who have no connection to the ones they are watching. These outside agencies would report directly to congress, and the results would be made available to the public.

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  26. Carter says:

    Moles?? Keep digging deeper. The deep state is aptly monikered.

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  27. Heika says:

    Scrape those deep state barnacles from the bottom of the boat guys, just keep scraping.

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  28. hitrestart1 says:

    What good is an “Intelligence” community that works in cahoots with your enemies? Why, after 3 long years of leaks, subterfuge and betrayals, has no one cleaned house???

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  29. Caius Lowell says:

    I worked in AFG when GEN Allen was there, and he’s not a great guy…

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  30. SLMan says:

    As a 1st time poster and long time reader I must say CTH/ SUNDANCE presents some amazing information. But, to what results? Where does this really take us? Does this information really put people in prison? Doubt it. I don`t see how any of these swamp crimes will be brought to justice.

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    • WeeWeed says:

      Welcome SLMan!

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    • Sean Supsky says:

      It is true that Sundance is doing us a great service. Right now, we may not see the effects of his investigations, yet the future may hold something entirely different.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      One result is to keep our crooked GOPe congresscritters aware that they can’t get rid of PDJT without destroying their meal ticket and positions.

      Another is laying the foundations for “preference cascades”. When the government “establishment” and the dolled-up monopoly media control all thought and opinion with propaganda, the majority of people feel isolated and alone in their differing viewes and beliefs. When people can see that others share their views, beliefs, opinions, preference cascades are enabled which allows the propagandized public to be emboldened in, and express their opinions, and join with others to accomplish shared goals opposed by the corrupt propagandizing media and government.

      A textbook “preferencs cascade” was the sudden triggering of Romanians who loathed the government, realized others around them had just been fearfully silent. The regime fell within days and Ceaucescu was executed.

      The election of PDJT is also an example of a preference cascade. Despite the media propaganda, millions of US Citizens realized that others shared their contempt for hillary and crooked government, by voting against the phony polls and “expert” opinions.

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      • American Heritage says:

        After the Tea Party was subjected to totalitarian IRS persecution, it became clear to other patriots that they would be punished for political opposition to the ruling Leftists. Trump emboldened us to speak out again.

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    • sturmudgeon says:

      SLMan: Perhaps we will never see the numbers of “prisoners” we wish, BUT the mass of information that Sundance and his Crew have issued over time, IS ON RECORD, in now too many places, and History may vindicate and educate.

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  31. Rick says:

    I love this shit Sundance. Please keep doing this. These long spy game ones are amazing.

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  32. icanhasbailout says:

    What’s the bottom line here? Peek fell into a counterespionage trap and ensnared Schiff & Co. in the process?

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  33. snailmailtrucker says:

    Hey Sundance
    Has anyone told you lately that YOU ROCK !
    If not…. YOU ROCK SUNDANCE !

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