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. delighteddeplorable says:

    JUMPIN’ JU-JU BONES on steroids, Sundance. Brilliant reporting.

    Liked by 37 people

    • bertdilbert says:

      Since when is not allowing somebody to steal withholding documents?

      Liked by 24 people

    • JohnCasper says:

      But you can make book he won’t be getting a Christmas card from the Pentagon this year. And not from the Brookings Institute either!

      Liked by 7 people

      • RedBallExpress says:

        President Trump:
        We’re going to shoot you AND send you to the eastern front.
        And don’t think we can’t do it.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Bill Durham says:

          Wouldn’t it be nice if Adam Schiff was getting disinformation from his sources? Asking for a friend. Do you think it’s possible when charimella, peek, vindman get information it’s not what they think it is. Adam Schiff can be stung easily. The Russian version of the jerky boys got him on the nude picks scam. He was also talking about the fake Trump elevator tape.

          Liked by 6 people

          • steph_gray says:

            I still think PencilNeck actually believed the “Mafia fantasy” version of the transcript he read aloud was the one that was going to be released. When it wasn’t, he was burned.

            Who wrote that?

            Liked by 5 people

            • Dutchman says:

              I think thats a real posibility. PDJT is not new to such,…tactics. It was DJT who sent DJT’s tax return to the NYT, ‘s “anonymously”.

              Schiff got burned, punked, set up, whatever you want to call it.

              And, it gave a great intro to talking about Wheres Hunter and Burisma, while letting THEM bring it up.

              VSG, indeed.

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              • MAGA Minuteman says:

                Completely agree Dutchman. I think the whole Ukraine thing was a setup by our VSG and company. All of a sudden, out of nowhere, we took a sharp turn into Ukraine and other foreign corruption/money laundering operations. I think it was our VSGPDJT controlling the narrative, bringing sunlight to all of this. Great negotiators get the other side to request to have it your way (get them talking about what you want to bring to light).

                Pencil neck was just a useful idiot and was played.

                I heard it recently mentioned that one of the FISA warrants against the Trump campaign was all encompassing because it supposedly covered a criminal “enterprise”. We all know that was completely corrupt spying.

                I think the tables turned and our VSGPDJT is lawfully using those same all encompassing FISA warrants against the corrupt criminal “enterprise” that is and has been working against him and his administration. It was Nunes or Rudy who recently mentioned the term “enterprise”.

                This at least explains how/why so many bad actors have been left in place. Is it possible they were left in place because they were being watched?

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                • Dutchman says:

                  Yes, its POSSIBLE.
                  Its also possible that the system is so corrupt, that our VSG recognises that the system can’t be used, to address the corruption.

                  And so, as he is so adept at, he is working on a different solution; one based on looking at the problem differently the everyone else.

                  To wit; the problem is Power. The evil-doers CRAVE power. And what IS power?

                  The ability to exert influence. And a key part of influence is CREDIBILITY.
                  SO, if you strip these individuals and entities of Credibility, you take away much of their ability to influence, hence their power.

                  And, given that they crave power and influence, forcing them to live without any influence, is a pretty good punishment, as well.

                  We’ll see what happens,…

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            • The transcript was released before Schiff did his interpretation of the transcript in Congress.

              Liked by 2 people

          • WSB says:

            Why did Schiff have to orchestrate the Zelensky phone call? Barium tests?


          • CharterOakie says:

            Can we spell s-t-i-n-g?

            It’s easier than spelling out “counterintelligence op”

            Liked by 3 people

    • Ibid says:

      If Sundance is not in VSGPOTUS’ cabinet come 2020, I will sorely disappointed.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Excellent as usual – and its one hell of a start to a bumpy week!

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Patriot1783 says:

    Long past the time for the Trump Administration to only interview job applicants from who are from outside Washington DC.

    Liked by 24 people

    • Carly says:

      It takes an ungodly amount of time to get clearances and to set up new staff who are outsiders. I completely agree with your point, but you can see how a president with 4 years per term would tend to use existing apparatus. I suspect, this is a feature not a flaw of our sprawling government.

      Liked by 9 people

      • Robert Smith says:

        Clearances take forever, especially when the IC drags their feet like they did earlier in Trump’s initial staffing of his administration.

        Liked by 4 people

      • zekness says:

        I will tell you this is not correct or accurate.

        As we have witnessed it is very easy and it is very fast to select and achieve an interim from just about anyone at anytime from any past.

        how else do you explain the lawfare types working directly and handing with the House Intel Committee….How else do you explain the expeditious fashion that the trump administration attained security clearances for staffers?

        the reality is (I have to hold bag from gagging when I present this information), that the speed and efficiency of beaurocracy in achieving clearances and work within the inner sanctums is driven by political will, who you know, and to what end this person will serve.

        there are..as many are just not staring to grasp FULLY,,,,,two different world of rules.

        the military order of discipline that is exceedingly careful about background checks….and then there is something entirely different in the world where civilians operate in the federal departments.

        I got an interim ONE TIME…and it was for a brief period of time, with an ending date….A situation that demanded I take possession and become a courier for highly classified material…I already had a secret. This was something far more weighty…And mind you, this was just carrying a hard secured case of which I did not have unlock authority…just a sidearm and some hard types that made a hole from point a to point b.

        Now why am I going on and on about this…?

        there is a world of difference about how persons are vetted and how background checks are actually performed in the civilian sector of the federal government.

        think about mcdoucheback at the FBI…making edits to fisa application paperwork..he worked in the friggin COINTEL division in a active surveillance operation of the highest order…you think this guy was properly vetted? Sure..he answered correctly..and noone was probably even interviewed….he was “one of us”…so he was useful…bam…gets a clearance..with a dubious glowing background check I am sure and certain.

        vindmann…how do you explain that? a career military officer who DOES NOT possess the kind of need to know and clearance in his normal military duties…but bam..he gets a position in the NSC as some kind of advisor to the state department…bam..he’s “one of us”..get a clearance to the most priviledged information…foreign policy matters with a country that is literally fighting for its freedom from russian invasion…a MAJOR@!! wtf!

        I am point on, there are two worlds…it’s not the way the normal military would conduct its affairs..unfortunately it seems the military, at least some aspects and persons within it have been willing accomplices to a political coup and have been given access and keys to the kingdom…without the slightest hard lines of consideration that would normally be required to achieve that level of access.

        think about the FBI private contractors..hundreds and hundreds of them, with the most powerful tools of surveillance at their command….given clearance, simply because of capability and skills….”he’s one of us..he will do the dirty work”..bam..gets a clearance!

        look at Richmann ..the so-called friendly ghost of Comey…GIven a special position (can’t think of the damned title, but I digress)…you think he was cleared properly? nope..he was just useful and powerful “he’s one of us”…so he gets the keys and the clearance…bam…just like that.

        you think any of these people are going to get squeezed for playing fast and loss with the nation’s top secrets….?

        I could go on and on…but I think you understand the concerns I have.

        See when RADM Rogers was talking about the problem of 17/18 clauses..he wasn’t ONLY referring to queries..he was talking about compartmentalization…that the genie had left the bottle..that was his gift ..that was his patriotic duty….that was his responsibility to report. He audited the entire mess and came up with nuts….nuts….flagrant abuses across the board…the surveillance powers have been weaponized…the administrative ease in which people reprobates were given top access to these tools with no oversight and restrictions is one of the most existential threat to this country..and it will only get worse, unless there are swift and harsh penalties for committing these politically motivated crimes to manufacture a coup against the PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES>

        Liked by 20 people

        • Beau Geste says:

          to prove your point, even “extremely negligent” crooked hillary got a clearance…

          Liked by 12 people

          • meow4me2 says:

            Not only did she get the clearance, I’m sure she still has it, even after her obvious negligence or intentional mishandling of classified information.

            Liked by 8 people

          • Beigun says:

            And probably her housemaid who had picked up the home-brew copies off the printer in the closet! The State Department investigation did not even mention the government regulations for installing “red lines.” Even foreign connections to the “red lines” follow the TEMPEST installation regs. Take a look on Wiki on TEMPEST. Not Hillary. How could Pompeo skip this in his own Department’s investigation of the home-brew server???

            Liked by 1 person

          • Pa Hermit says:

            Just how did Huma A. and Val Jar get get anywhere near Top Secret intel? Their background reeks of no way in Hell!

            Liked by 2 people

            • 1stgoblyn says:

              Because when they rec’d their security clearances the enemy was in control. There is a new sheriff in town and he is draining the swamp. Too bad, he doesn’t move faster on revoking security clearances.

              Liked by 4 people

        • ABN says:

          Fascinating comment, makes a world of sense. I hope others will read and comment on this. The number “contractors” who had access to the NSA database and who abused that access MILLIONS of times sticks out like a sore thumb. How does a dork like Vindman get there and be able to do the damage he tried to do? So many examples. I am sure POTUS knows what you are saying. There is a huge story here.

          Liked by 3 people

        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          To go along with your point about how easy it is to GET security clearance if properly politically aligned…

          Is how easy it is to REFUSE it if properly politically aligned.
          (See: Comey re: IG FISA)


      • Jan says:

        And yet, the Bureau of Land Management is leaving DC for Grand Junction, CO. Makes sense–most of the public lands they administer are in the West. Only about 25% of the DC staff is going. YEEHAW!!

        If we did this with every agency, they wouldn’t know that we’re reducing swamp influence & reducing staff. Why shouldn’t the EPA be moved to Flint or other areas devastated by the Dimms?

        Liked by 10 people

        • Issy says:

          International Falls, Minnesota is my recommendation for the fbi. How about San Francisco for the state dept. They would fit in so well there.

          Liked by 4 people

        • Mark Smith says:

          The President needs to do this for all departments after he is re-elected. Think of the cost savings on the national debt of riffing all those who refuse to go. He is going to have to restructure the entire federal government in order to clean out the swamp and control the debt.

          Liked by 4 people

    • inspectorudy says:

      Interview them with scopolamine and a lie detector test! NO one in DC can be trusted!

      Liked by 11 people

      • The Devilbat says:

        Waterboard them all to see if they are real. Hey, they would all get their necks and ears washed as a bonus.

        Liked by 7 people

      • Dutchman says:

        Scopalamine, LSD and amytal makes a more effective cocktail,….not that I would know anything about that…..must have read it somewhere?

        And if you don’t want them to remember what they said, or even remember being interrogated, add some I.V. Valium.

        Liked by 2 people

    • mopar2016 says:

      If he came from the State Department there’s a good chance he’s DSA.


      Liked by 9 people

  3. Linda K. says:

    Let me be the first to say Peek-a-boo.

    Liked by 15 people

  4. CopperTop says:

    Same Andrew?

    Our son Andrew Peek got a piece out in The Observer early on Friday about the Paris attacks. He’s been on Fox talking about the background and so on. As always, thoughtful and informative.

    Liked by 2 people

  5. Is there anyone in D.C. that isn’t out to undermine this president and by extension this country?

    Liked by 28 people

  6. wisewerds says:

    I saw these two stories and thought they likely were connected.

    Liked by 3 people

  7. TarsTarkas says:

    ‘The Intelligence Community is beginning to withhold documents from Congress on the issue of Ukraine.’

    How were they getting hold of the documents to start with? Were they being legally subpoenaed or were they being illegally subpoened and provided or were they just being passed to Schiff & Co?

    Another string to pull on the woolen sweater . . .

    Liked by 20 people

    • Sounds like Peek was going to leak docs (altered docs) to Shifty. When he got “canned” Shifty could not get those docs.

      Therefore “the administration must be withholding the docs.

      Liked by 18 people

    • Lee Moore says:

      You missed the next line, which is a wonderful tell :

      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 “administration” is pressuring the “Intelligence Community” – eh ? Scandalous. They’ll be telling us next that the President is trying to insert himself into US foreign policy !

      Liked by 25 people

      • GB Bari says:

        Telling us? They did more than tell us…
        The bastards just impeached the President for inserting himself into foreign policy.

        Liked by 21 people

      • Issy says:

        So…the intel committee impeachment hearing by all those pompous diplomates should have made it clear, the “interagencies” set foreign policy. If the President interferes, well by golly he will be impeached. At least that was my impression.

        Liked by 1 person

    • BitterC says:

      I didn’t think NSA “documents” were to be used for criminal investigations?


  8. Does it ever end! Pompeo is now a liability. He failed to out CIA ops against Trump and the State Department is the reason we have this impeachment mess. He has to be a deep state plant.

    Liked by 14 people

    • bertdilbert says:

      If Pompeo is not part of the group they are not going to tell him anything about the resistance efforts. My feel for Pompeo is he is on the Trump Train. That said, anyone on staff anywhere close to the President should be treated as though they are potential democrat subversive.

      Liked by 10 people

      • Bill Durham says:

        We have no idea what pompeo has done behind the scenes. You don’t try to take on a large force if you are outnumbered. You lead them into a trap. I agree that pompeo seems to be a good egg but very clever. he is patient and knows everything. He could have done maximum damage if he were dirty. I don’t see it

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  9. How does Adam Schiff have knowledge of the existence of “relevant documents” unless their very existence has been leaked to him? Remember, one of the most common ways the government “Stonewalls” is by saying “We can’t provide something unless you tell us what it is” BUT, YOU can’t tell them what you WANT until they tell you what it is.

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  10. dufrst says:

    The corruption is so pervasive that’s it’s hard to keep up with all the players but that’s what you have managed to do Sundance! Thanks for all the work you do that the media does not ! That’s informing the people!

    We the people really don’t have a clue as to the depth of the resistance Trump is facing and has faced over these past 3 years. It’s frankly stunning all that he’s accomplished despite it and it’s maddening to think of what he could have accomplished without that resistance!

    I hope at some point we get some justice. Where’s Durham?

    Liked by 30 people

  11. biggest catch -leaker/spy for madame pe lousy ??? very liokely….

    Liked by 12 people

  12. barnabusduke says:


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  13. teabag14 says:

    I saw both stories in different places and at different times. Couldn’t help but wonder if there was a connection. Thanks, Sundance, for putting it together. Further investigation will be interesting.

    Liked by 19 people

    • I’m confused. Which 2 stories? Daily Mail and Bloomberg? Or Sheryl Atkinson and this one?


      • teabag14 says:

        Neither. I first saw a blurb across the bottom of the screen when watching FNN. The blurb was about Peek being removed from the WH. The second was an entire story about Nadler being fed up with not being able to get NSA documents & he “was taking the fight public”. That story popped up on my tablet from a news source I do not use & I don’t remember the source but I don’t believe it was either of the sources you cite.

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    • This is a most important catch since 01/21/17 in WH…I hope they make him talk whatever it take include -waterboarding & flogging…dirty bastard….


  14. wlbeattie says:

    Wikipedia gave me this information about General John R. Allen

    …”John R. Allen is the president of the 𝘽𝙧𝙤𝙤𝙠𝙞𝙣𝙜𝙨 𝙄𝙣𝙨𝙩𝙞𝙩𝙪𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣, a retired United States Marine Corps four-star general, and former commander of the NATO International Security Assistance Force and U.S. Forces – Afghanistan.Wikipedia”…

    IMO that alone speaks volumes!

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  15. Elric VIII says:

    In other words, all of Shifty Schiff’s inside informants are being shut down on an increasingly frequent basis. Lines of communication go both ways. If information is being leaked and Schiff is picking it up, it must be fairly obvious. Schiff seems to have dug his own grave. At any rate, the upcoming impeachment trial in the Senate ensures that something is about to hit the fan.

    Liked by 21 people

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

    Well, just have Nellie query the database again, Adam. She will contact you on shortwave, using your handle “K. Diddler”.

    Liked by 27 people

    • 1stgoblyn says:

      I believe Devin Nunes and his House Intelligence Committee NEVER received documents requested when they were investigating Benghazi. Most docs they requested were either slow-walked or never received. Someone pls correct me if I am remembering wrong.


  17. Blind no Longer says:

    Will it ever stop? Resistance coup plotters everywhere!! Now we have to question if Pompeo and O’Brian are playing for the other team too? Damn!

    On a brighter note, it seems Schitt’s intelligence moles have dried up…CIA too! Looks like the Deep State may have hit the firewall! Sounds like Pencil Neck was sending out an SOS to the IC resistance traitors!!!

    Liked by 16 people

  18. Beigun says:

    The stench of the “Banquet of Sedition” carries far and wide. Those that inhale the dream of power usurped become themselves most foul and corrupt. The cure for the body politic, while painful, is necessary to keep a reoccurrence from harming the Republic.

    Now, draw and quarter the SOB!

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  19. Publius2016 says:

    Once Shampeachment was sent, Peek was probably activated…Two RINO Senators, Terrible General and insider State Department, WOW! we really have terrible HR!!!

    wish they would hire people from outside who applied at the beginning of 45 Administration…no experience is way better than MOLES AND TRAITORS.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      What are your thoughts on Dershowitz
      being in the innermost of inner circles of Trump’s Impeachment defense for his very political existence?

      A vocal, lifelong avowed Democrat that holidays with the hoi polloi of the party….
      who are his Martha’s Vineyard neighbors….would be beyond anyone’s wildest dreams to get him inserted in the Oval Office.

      If I’m following CTH Logic:
      Horowitz (an Obama appointee) is covering up.
      Barr was foisted on Trump and is now bagpiping him on “this most important investigation in American history” (Trump’s words)
      Pompeo (a Republican) is managing him and is involved in the Peek assignment.

      So why no mention of this appointment?

      Trump brings this guy into his most important fight of his political career?
      But hey……..Epstein’s ex-lawyer does say nice things on FOX.


      • Peppurr says:

        Because he’s a constitutionalist. That’s what he said on FOX when questioned about this.
        I don’t know if Mark Levin was considered.


    • Issy says:

      Since the experts have been getting more wrong than right for decades, no experience would work fine. I’ll take Trump’s gut extinct over our intel assessments and state department interagency slush fund planners any day.


    • Peppurr says:

      Yeah, but, if no experience, they’d rely on those moles and traitors!


  20. SYFer says:

    Another spectacular piece of investigative reporting. This is how it’s done, MSM. Conservative Treehouse is punching way above it weight on the coup story.

    Liked by 8 people

    • zekness says:

      indeed…..this was the promise I was banking on in the early 90’s…that the internet would pave the way for a new kind of democracy…a democracy that includes specialization and interests and values that are not captive to corporate or poltical influence.

      remember: wikileaks was a threat to the MSM, because it set a gold standard that humiliated the MSM…the MSM for decades maintained the narratives and occupied all the oxygen.

      then comes along the warrior hackers who will publish perfectly falsifiable direct facts and materials that stun the world! STUN THE WORLD.

      Now, many people have some issues with Assange…he is a person..wikileaks, what IT stands for..what is accomplishes is something that all freedom loving patriots should protect. Assange was the messenger. He pulled the curtain back..and it was ugly!

      When your government cannot be honest..of what value in selecting them to represent you? What recourse do you possess to make them accountable? How do you prevent them from abuses that rewards only sick, profiteers and self interest? YOU STEAL THEIR SECRETS! That’s how it’s done. And you publish them! That is the true responsibility of any truly free press …it is fundamental to the very notion of what makes the United States a civil and secure society. I am agnostic to assange’s personal ambitiions….An ego of galactic proportions…I suppose one has to have some very big balls to take on the US and tell it’s truths…these are truths that benefit you and me..and condemn the dishonest reckless self serving abusers who hide behind secrecy laws.

      This will happen again..the abuses.they are occuring now! We need wikileaks…wilileaks being those investigators who are willing to provoke disobedience to destroy the fake wall of secrecy that hides the miserable abominations that are ruining this country.

      SD reminds me of wikileaks in this regard..his tireless effort to laser focus on the mission and to establish credibility about what is happening behind the curtains of secrecy and shady dealings.

      We need more people like SD. We are Americans…It’s out civic duty to enforce justice…and information is the powerful sanitation to the dirty filth of these reprobates.

      This is the challenge. This is the mission. This is OUR HOUR. Don’t let it slip. That was the message that assange carried. With evidence to back it up. He did it with a FLEET of skilful silent warriors who operated like a find tuned machine.

      This is what SD needs to take into consideration…the maximum impact of truth is directly proportional to the amount of publicity it achieves. What I am saying, is that it would be enormously powerful to make the material we have right here at this website, and magnify it to a larger platform and reach the larger society. It will however take courage..if assange is a useful example…a person daring to take the truth and publish it…is going to have a rather unpleasant long term experience. But that is what it takes. Freedom is not free.

      It never has been.. Who will be that dark knight. Who will come forth and get this material to every home and every computer and every news outlet? who?

      if that isn’t possible…who do we wreck the existing structure and burn it to the ground?

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      • WSB says:

        zekness…this is why many of us for years, have only understood that when SD posts anything…it is up to his readers to take that post and add research tentacles to it. If you notice in this morning’s Presidential thread, many of us gathered bits and pieces of background regarding Andrew Peek. Now, SD already has an enormous database…however one new tidbit of info from any Treeper can help to connect the dots. And, thus, help SD.

        Unfortunately, new members of CTH are not as serious to the cause of the original core. Rather than solely adding sarcasm, better time would be spent supporting research. If SD provides a post, kick out and dive into minutiae for further understanding. Then, post it.

        This is still in the guidelines, and yes it is always fun to see clever comments…just use those as additions to helpful research with links and background information.

        Then, when SD posts something like this, send out in bulk email, send to other blogs as tips and post online everywhere you can.


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  21. T2020 says:

    My apologies…I may be misunderstanding this statement: “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.” Is SD saying Mike Pompeo is Deep State?

    Liked by 3 people

    • joeknuckles says:

      He seems to have drawn that conclusion.

      Liked by 2 people

    • GB Bari says:

      IIRC, SD has not yet made that direct assertion.
      SD has however published recent articles in which he noted the anti-Trump sabotage activity emanating from within State and CIA and that while having the opportunity to do so, Pompeo has publicly said nothing about it, nor has he actively done anything about it.

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      • Tango268 says:

        Pompeo is not directing the sabotage. He is despised within the organization despite being a champion for it. He knows he is directing a mutinous crew but has deep love for the country and God. This is what I hear and believe from observation.

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    • Beigun says:

      How could Pompeo permit the State Department report absolving the installation of Hillary’s home-brew server? That report did not even mention the government regulations that guide installing secure communications. Anyone who does not follow those regulations installing secure communications gets busted and everyone in the government communications installation world knows this! Every government entity that uses secure “red line” communications must follow TEMPEST regulations, except Hillary.

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  22. JohnCasper says:

    This is terrible. How can Sundance offer criticism of a retired 4 star General, and a Marine to boot, who graduated with honors no less from Annapolis? And a man who is now President of the Brookings Institution, an elite research group on Ripoff Row Think Tank Row in Imperial City Washington, D.C.

    What, oh heavens, is next? Criticism of Navy Captain Saint John McCain ? Criticism Of LTC Vindman? Criticism of General Benedict Arnold?

    Liked by 14 people

  23. TheWanderingStar says:

    I just gotta say, another punchable face. Ciaramella, Shiff, Pelosi, Nadler, Burke, Vindman, Yovanovitch, Page, Strozk, McCabe, Comey, Clapper, Brennan…obama – take your pick it’s a target rich environment.

    Liked by 5 people

  24. I can just look at Peek’s picture and tell you DO NOT HIRE HIM

    Liked by 5 people

  25. ezgoer says:

    Didn’t Trump select O’Brien to head NSC? Like he selected Chris Wray to head FBI? Like he selected Haspel to head CIA? Like he selected Dan Coats? Doesn’t he get this yet? Maybe he should change the people he takes personnel advice from.

    Liked by 3 people

    • gda53 says:

      Wray, Haspel and Coats ALL required Senate approval. So don’t put that on him. We all saw what happened to the guy he DID pick for NSC head.

      PDJT knows he’s picking from a selected few (all of which are bad). So his best option is to pick the one he feels would be the least worse option, all things considered. Don’t confuse who get’s picked by who he would like to pick. And don’t think there might not be even worse animals than Wray, Haspel and Coats.

      But of course this is why we need recess appointments. So far, a record 0.

      Stand up and be counted Senators. Anyone? I’m looking at you first Sen. Paul, but anyone could do it. Just one….anyone? No?

      All rats, every one.

      Liked by 10 people

      • Dutchman says:

        And remember, unlike appointments or legislation, or virtually anything else the Senate votes on, in order to recess, IT ONLY TAKES ONE!

        And yet, COMPLETE unanimity, of ALL 100 Senators, not ONE will vote to recess. Tells you everything you need to know, about the Senate.

        Liked by 8 people

      • Julian says:

        Trump can select anyone to be the NSA. No approval required and the Flynn example is NOT relevant.

        It was well known Flynn had enemies in the Obama Administration who would undermine him. Obama even told Trump straight up ‘Don’t pick Flynn’ – that’s a very good forewarning of the type of treatment Flynn would get – which was borne out by what happened.

        If O’Brien is no good Trump has only himself to blame.

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    • John Ostrowski says:



  26. Bogeyfree says:

    I seem to remember Lindsey asking Pompeo specifically around the end of Nov for all Ukraine communications by the prior administration.

    So have they ever been delivered? If not, maybe it is Pompeo who is withholding documents??

    And didn’t Peek come from the State Dept?


    Liked by 4 people

    • J says:

      Graham is deep state. Do you really want Pompeo to give the enemy a heads up to what Guiliani has dug up on Ukraine? What, from his previous actions, makes you believe Graham would do anything but bury any information detrimental to the deep state? Info that may be detrimental to his own previous coupling, along with the traitor McStain, to the corruption in Ukraine.

      Seriously, infering that Pompeo is a traitor from this guy getting the boot, is disingenuous. Intellectually dishonest. From the little information available, it is as likely that Pompeo and Obrien uncovered the mole and had him fired as it is that they placed the mole for nefarious purposes.

      I know people are impatient for Justice. And I know that “trust the plan” has become a derisive meme, but there is a plan. PDJT isnt just wavering in the wind, without direction. Trust Trump.

      Liked by 3 people

  27. Beigun says:

    The stench of the “Banquet of Sedition” carries far and wide. Those that inhale the dream of power usurped become themselves most foul and corrupt. The cure to the body politic, while painful, is necessary to prevent another reoccurrence to the Republic.

    Now, draw and quarter the SOB!

    Liked by 2 people

  28. Jase says:

    So, it seems that what Schiff is really saying is that all of the Deep State moles at the NSA have either been shifted to roles where they can’t access info, or they are too scared of getting caught to leak anything.
    It takes a lot of front to go on national TV and complain that all of your traitors are feeling the heat.

    Liked by 11 people

  29. JMP2 says:

    This revelation appears to me that the Department of State is at the core, if not central, to the deep state resistance apparatus…

    Liked by 8 people

  30. Bogeyfree says:

    So was this going to be the impeachment insurance plan?

    Liked by 2 people

    • Dutchman says:

      No, this was an ad hoc “plan” which PDJT got wind of, and decided to spring, I think. Like brar rabbit and the briar patch, he KNEW they intended to impeach him in the runup to Nov.

      As Sundance pointed out, Nancy telegraphed her intention with the rule changes. So, PDJT set them up, I THINK.

      They are in that DJT victim mode;
      “HAH! NOW we have DJT right where he wants us!,…wha?,..hey!!!
      Drat that TRUMP! HOW does he DO that?!!”

      But will we ever be sure?

      Liked by 2 people

  31. Doppler says:

    Let’s hope that all these resisters have been under lawful surveillance for months, and evidence is now complete for indictments. Maybe I’m Pollyanna, but such hope is better than despair.

    Liked by 13 people

  32. All Too Much says:

    Peek, 2015:

    “For all the complaints about Barack Obama’s leadership of the free world—that he’s too hesitant, too risk-averse, too passive in the face of danger—he has not been wrong on China. Along with his “reset” of relations with Russia and a military disengagement from the Middle East, the “pivot to Asia” has been the centerpiece of his Administration’s foreign policy.”


    Liked by 4 people

  33. xenosonice says:

    What the hell is it with the damn NSC!?

    Liked by 5 people

    • ganesh says:

      I think the tie in the older articles is Hermés. Just saying – cause I have a couple from when I was thirty and remember then I thought dirt did not stick to me. Thinking of tying them in a know and let the dog have then as a chew toy. Then he switched to the mauve tie in the newer articles. Has he been talking Gowdy?

      The Fiscal Times articles by Peek are revealing.

      Liked by 2 people

  34. rjones99 says:

    hahahaha. Great story. It’s so funny to see classification, redaction, and hiding documents used against the traitors for a change. I hope Trump folks are chumming the water with rumors of juicy classified info that, if only the dems could get at it, would prove to be the golden sword.

    Liked by 3 people

  35. merrie says:

    Andrew Peek replaced Tim Morrison who replaced Fiona Hill. We remember Hill and Morrison from the shiff show. most of this shiff seems to come from the state dept. Shiff was first elected to replace a republican house manager of the clinton impeachment

    Liked by 2 people

  36. Bogeyfree says:

    More evidence why the second the DOJ or Judge Sullivan toss the Flynn case, PT MUST put Flynn back in as NSA Director.

    Liked by 9 people

  37. merrie says:

    Peek replaced tim morrison who replaced fiona hill

    Liked by 2 people

  38. Grandma Covfefe says:

    Peek Leak? Wow, Sundance, Thank you for keeping an eye on him for years, then seeing his sins come to Sunlight.
    Swamp is so deep and wide that, with the exception of the White House residents, Mar-A-Lago and our Treehouse, I feel like scorching everything to the ground and starting anew. It just seems like there is nobody left to trust these days. But we all know there are White Hats in there mingling and watching and laying traps…there has to be….

    Praying for President Trump in earnest…

    Liked by 9 people

  39. Constreeper says:

    Every White House employee should immediately be interviewed as part of the Trump impeachment defence process.

    Liked by 3 people

  40. Carly says:

    Peek leaking Schiff? Names better than a fictional character’s.

    Liked by 2 people

  41. merrie says:

    CNN states that Andrew Peek replaced Tim Morrison who replaced Fiona Hill.

    Liked by 2 people

  42. joeknuckles says:

    I suspect this scumbag was not merely attempting to access documents. Is it possible he was trying to alter existing documents to incriminate Trump, destroy documents that would be exculpatory for Trump or plant incriminating documents?

    Liked by 7 people

  43. WES says:

    The It might be possible that the Dems are desperate enough that they were willing to risk outing their mole Peek to obtain new evidence for their impeachment effort.

    It is very difficult to set up stings to out hidden moles because the deep state has spy’s everywhere.

    Since Peek was only in office for 2 months, it is possible he was being watched with suspicion right from the word go.

    Liked by 3 people

  44. Bogeyfree says:

    Please, please I hope PT has texts, emails or vm from Peek to a few certain folks in Congress.

    Now that might just end this sxxt show pretty quick.

    Liked by 6 people

  45. All Too Much says:

    More Peek. 2015 on Trump

    “have been refusing to write about Donald Trump, because – let us be frank – that is exactly what he wants us to do. He will certainly not be President. He is riding high in the polls of August, our political silly season, just like Michelle Bachmann or Herman Cain were back in 2011.”

    At some point this fall, voters will start to imagine these candidates not just running for president but actually being president, sitting in the Oval Office making crucial decisions about national security–that’s when they get serious. So let’s jump the gun, put Donald in that office for a minute, and ask what would Trump’s foreign policy look like?
    No other candidate has even a remotely similar foreign policy. It is Trump Global, trademarked under a copyright – and that is what should scare us. Diplomacy and the American interest are fundamentally not dependent on individuals, however clever and charming they are. Our interests, like those of many countries, are mostly unchanging. That’s why Barack Obama’s foreign policy looks so similar to George W. Bush’s – and in certain areas, more Bush than Bush.”


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  46. Questions:

    Other than John Allen’s “Zipper Problem” what shortcomings did he have as a military leader? What were his political leanings BEFORE his “Horizontal Activities” were leveraged against him?

    If John Allen had to be blackmailed/coerced into supporting Obama’s policies, what does that say about John Allen, and the people who worked for him? Was Allen ALREADY a Leftist ideologue -OR- Was someone inside (,Peek?) intentionally enabling “Risky Behavior” on the General’s part so that he would be entrapped, and vulnerable?

    Liked by 1 person

    • rrick says:

      What it says to me is:
      -here is one who did NOT adhere to general policy nor standards on personal conduct.
      -here is one who knew he was being leveraged (a 4 star had to know, or at least strongly suspect) and he was fine with it.
      -here is one who held in disregard prohibitions on conflicts of interest.
      -here is one who did not subject himself to UCMJ.
      -here is is one who put personal career above oath.

      Most telling – the above is bad enough – is he willingly ‘rode along’, i.e. ‘conspired with’ others to avoid resolution, reassignment, or disqualification. That an ‘other’ may have been the President is immaterial. A military officer shall hold loyalty to country above that to any person even a superior.

      I think STJ should hold Allen subject to Article 2 UMCJ.

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  47. A2 says:

    Seems to be various narratives about Peek. One, is that he is a Trump loyalist. the other from blatantly TDS publication of the daily kos as having been dumped because no one in the administration read his Op Ed’s critical of President Trump in 2015.

    “ White House Names Trump Loyalist to Iran Policy Job at State Department
    The Trump administration’s pick for the Iran post will likely back a more aggressive stance.”

    According to his LinkedIn profile, Peek worked on Trump’s presidential transition team for the State Department from October 2016 to January 2017 and was a columnist for the New York Daily News and the New York Observer, a news outlet then owned by Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law, who now serves as a top White House aide. He is currently completing his doctorate at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and received a masters degree from Harvard University.


    ‘ Trump Loyalist to Take Iran Policy Job’


    Trump as Commander in Chief? Tune in for a Foreign Policy Reality Show
    By Andrew L. Peek, The Fiscal Times

    August 20, 2015

    ‘I have been refusing to write about Donald Trump, because – let us be frank – that is exactly what he wants us to do. He will certainly not be President. He is riding high in the polls of August, our political silly season, just like Michelle Bachmann or Herman Cain were back in 2011.

    At some point this fall, voters will start to imagine these candidates not just running for president but actually being president, sitting in the Oval Office making crucial decisions about national security–that’s when they get serious. So let’s jump the gun, put Donald in that office for a minute, and ask what would Trump’s foreign policy look like?

    There’s actually a lot to be said for him as Commander in Chief. He’s knowledgeable about the world, obviously bright, sophisticated beneath the spray-on populism, and experienced in high-stakes negotiations with foreign potentates. He also has an ability to speak plainly, which is critical in rallying American support behind a President’s foreign policy.

    Woodrow Wilson’s foreign policy collapsed because the American id never bought into it; the people were unenthusiastic about their new burdens and Wilson became shrill trying to convince them. Richard Nixon’s foreign policy was more successful, though ultimately détente and its managed hostilities with the Soviet Union was too removed from the basic traditions of America’s world-view to survive. Voters never really cottoned to either.

    You have to read the rest of his ‘opinion’ 👇


    Liked by 4 people

  48. Troublemaker10 says:

    Bizpac article says Peek was considered a Trump loyalist. I have no idea, just throwing it out there. There is almost no info on him out there.

    “Peek was seen as a Trump loyalist, but that didn’t stop some on social media from seeing him as a potential “rat.” One thing is certain, with few facts to go on, there was plenty of confusion and even more speculation.”


    Liked by 1 person

  49. Payday says:

    So if Peek was caught trying to access info…who caught him? Wouldn’t it be someone who also had access to it? Wouldn’t that be a small group? Maybe it was a sting. Maybe they know who the culprits are now. Hopefully….

    Liked by 1 person

    • Blind no Longer says:

      That’s what I’m hoping happened. Maybe Pompeo and O’Brian brought him over in a sting operation knowing he was a leaker.
      I’m scared to trust anybody now!!! It’s depressing.

      Liked by 3 people

    • rrick says:

      It was probably some mid-level who sent a leditor (letter to the editor) printed in that bastion of hope and the American Way, aka Washington Post. They sent a comm on open channels that Midway Island was having troubles with it’s water maker.


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