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. Brant says:

    I wonder if the good guys of Trump are starting to tell the tell tale signs of treasonous resisters. Or maybe they got a hold of the equivalent of the WWII enigma decoder and aren’t telling anyone. Or maybe those real leaks/fake news different story to folks is paying off. Like the decoding the way US realized the code talk of Japan for which islands meant what. I think we did a false news that a certain island had a water problem. Japan then told there generals there was a problem. We got their code and tore them up after that.

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    • Brant says:

      I wonder if this is an idea of what to expect in a Trump 2nd term. If we get this about every other week. Yeee ha. That would be so great. We know there are enough traitors that the supply would never run out.

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      • swissik says:

        Goodness me, and he looks like such a nice, clean cut young man….my, my.

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      • Vince says:

        Lots of people retire at the end of the first term and before the second term. It actually seems rare for someone to stay eight years in an administration. Lots of house cleaning can be done after the election.

        At the start of the next term, maybe he can get rid of most of the public sector unions. After that, he can get rid of all the people who watch porn on their computers at work. That would be a lot of people, and if they are doing that, they don’t have much actual work to do. Then he can move whole agencies out of D.C. and disperse them to the various states. That would help not only with our deep state problem, but with our Virginia problem too.

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        • paulinfl says:

          The remedy most likely will be multi pronged. Another partial solution is simply not to refill positions as they come open. This has the desired effect of shrinking government as well as not filling a poison with another undesirable .

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        • caldeplorable says:

          Vince, my initial reaction was that moving Federal agencies from the DC area to elsewhere in the country would be a good idea. I now believe it would merely poison other areas with the same addiction to Federal dollars you note see among the Beltway bandits. Getting rid of public sector unions, on the other hand is a superb idea.

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          • YvonneMarie says:

            Agreed.

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          • PeterB says:

            One of the big problems with the bureaucracy is that at the end of every Democrat administration political appointees convert to civil service jobs en masse. That fills the top layer of supposed career civil servants with partisan Democrats and that is where much of the power of government lies. One effect of moving agencies out of DC and to the hinterlands is that moving to Jackson, Mississippi is not a very attractive solution for the kind of person who wants to be in the thick of partisan politics. That makes doing the move to a civil service position a lot less attractive. So I think it could help to move some of the government out. You just have to be careful to not create a new Northern Virginia

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          • Issy says:

            The public unions should have never happened, and good luck with getting rid of them.

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        • jiminCO says:

          Geographic agency decentralization is a very good idea. Most of these democrats are addicted to their trendy restaurants and organic coffee served in D.C. and would quit before moving to the wilderness west of the Potomac.

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          • JoAnn Leichliter says:

            It is not just that, jiminCO. It is the interwoven spousal and family connections among federal agencies, civillian law firms, political “research” firms, corporations, etc. Dispersing the bureacuracy would at least make the pernicious relationships much more difficult, and that is one big reason for all the opposition.

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            • BebeTarget / abdb61 says:

              JoAnn, you are 100% correct. D.C. is like a big, happy family where everyone covers the others’ back. Trump is the interloper who has to be gotten rid of so life can settle back to the way it was. . . . . . . and the way it should be.

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        • Exactly. Location location location. Those that actually stay in position and lodge in midwest could have some of their disease reversed.

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      • Issy says:

        It will never stop as long as the only punishment is getting fired. A few lengthy jail sentences would change the environment.

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        • littleanniefannie says:

          With very public perp walks and very public trials (or at least sentencing)!

          Liked by 2 people

          • Old Dawg says:

            Firing!!!??? The penalty for TREASON is death. Execute a few dozen for their treasonous crimes and their passion for treasonous endeavors will all but go away.

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        • There has been treason.
          Treason calls for a certain punishment.
          They don’t holler when other countries do it, for far less reason.

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        • Pokey says:

          Correct! These Swampvermin keep getting new jobs in the Swamp after they get exposed and fired. The circle is endless. Moving them to other parts of the country will not drain the swamp. It will only create more swamps to drain.

          The only solution is conviction and incarceration with hard time served. This also applies to common criminals. I am okay with shorter prison sentences and clean records after time served. But the punishment must be hard time served (make them chip seal old roads, clean up trash, and pound rocks among other jobs while they are incarcerated) so that criminals never want to end up in that place again. Plus, incarceration rates will decline as crime diminishes.

          Only murder is committed without concern for the consequences and only the death sentence will reduce murders. This is the only deterrent that can at least reduce recidivism for that heinous crime.

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    • woodstuff says:

      Your comment is good, but I have to think that many do not know about your allusion to the battle of Midway (1942).

      For those who don’t know, a message was sent from Midway Island to Honolulu saying that they were short on fresh water (a false message). The Japanese easily intercepted the message and then used their own code to repeat the message to other Japanese. When they did this, they gave away their code for the name of Midway; the Japanese attack plan was revealed, enabling US to intercept the attackers. (In the end, four of Japan’s finest carriers and many of their most experienced pilots entered Davy Jones Locker.)

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      • WSB says:

        Barium test.

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      • littleanniefannie says:

        The Japanese were a very honor-bound people, particularly the military. Failure warranted suicide. With Democrats, failure warrants Arkancide.

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        • BebeTarget / abdb61 says:

          You are right littleanniefannie . . . . . . when I read the biography of Yamamoto I was saddened. There was no getting around it . . he was a heroic and honorable man. Too bad he was on the wrong side. . . . . . and he admired and liked America.

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        • This past weekend newsmax television just showed the escape from Japanese prison by 10 Americans and 2 Filipino convicts. When they finally got home and when the leader died in a freak plane crash (he took off because he wanted to return to battle but he ignored the warnings about some of the plane problems and he took off anyway. When one of the engines failed he tried to land and to avoid collision he flew over a highway until he thought it was clear. Then a lone auto came up and to avoid it he swerved and crashed and died) the world suddenly knew about Bataan, the death marches, the torture and deaths of hte POWs…and it changed everything.

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          • woodstuff says:

            As a teenager, a man who survived the Bataan Death March visited our home. As my father was there at the time in the Army. I don’t know how they met and I didn’t understand what it was all about. I was only 14 then.

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      • Skidroe says:

        I posted a comment here about the crooks using blackberries a couple weeks ago and got ate alive. Like it was NO big deal and I was stupid. Does it make a difference or not?

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      • Amy2 says:

        Thanks for this!

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    • ichicinnabar says:

      Brant,

      Correct, That was how our Navy identified the island of Midway as the target of Yamamoto’s attack. The unrecognized genius Joe Rochefort and his code breaking crew sent out a barium meal message to find out what this mysterious “AF” target was. As you say they reported Midway had a water problem.

      Sure enough, the Japanese dutifully reported to HQ that AF had a water problem. Unknown to them Joe Rochefort had partially broken their code, enough to know Midway was the target. That was enough for Nimitz and Halsey to spring into action.

      I understand from some that Trump’s team is also sending out barium meals to trap leakers. If this is the case with this weasel, I do not know.

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      • My High School Chemistry teacher Norman ” Dusty ” Kleiss was one of two Midway pilots to hit a carrier.
        He won a Navy Cross and was the last surviving.dive bomber pilot from Midway..

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        • Carly says:

          That is simply awesome! Wow!

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        • Mike says:

          Dusty and Lt. Dick Best both actually got hits on TWO IJN Carriers in one day. I believe they are the only ones to ever do that.

          They both flew from USS Enterprise. Dusty was one of several dive bomber pilots who hit IJN Kaga, while Best and his wingman hit IJN Akagi. Both carriers were sunk, while dive bombers from USS Yorktown hit and sunk IJN Soryu.

          They returned to Enterprise, rearmed, and attacked again, both hitting and sinking IJN Hiryu.

          The book, “Never Call Me a Hero,” is Dusty’s life story. Great book.

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        • Linda K. says:

          My Dad was from that era and grew up in the Depression. He went to public school but many of his teachers were people who had been working more sophisticated jobs before the financial hit and he was really well taught.

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        • Contrarily, my 6th grade teacher had been the guy dropping the bombs from those bombers.

          He had access to real war footage and he showed us 6th graders real footage from WWII carnage and also the effects of bombing Hiroshima and Nagasaki (people’s skin falling off of their faces). After the latter film had started to show all that he seemed to realize that maybe it was not quite right for 10 and 11 year olds.

          It was a bit much for some of us and we had to leave. One of the kids had lost her father to the war and so she was destroyed.

          But this was back in the early 70s and so no lost suits were filed and nobody had to go see a shrink.

          Part of the reason that I had no desire to see Saving Private Ryan. I heard the re-enactment of landing in Normandy was very lifelike. Had no desire to see it again.

          One of my favorite war films is The Longest Day (a battle for Zanuck to get it made, they didn’t want to and he was leaving), as it tells the story from so many sides and the cast was amazing.

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          • law suits, not ‘lost suits’ although today lawyers would see what I just wrote and they WOULD think it was a LOST opportunity!

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          • Your Tour Guide says:

            Vietnam ended after I graduated. Did not know
            anybody that fought over there. They were all a few
            years older. With one exception.

            A kid named Jordan. He was 7 years ahead of us
            in school. Class of 1967.. His younger brother was
            in my class. His family idolized him. First in the family
            to make it through high school. Skilled percussionist,
            offers from Cincinnati Conservatory, Ohio State for
            Scholarships.

            I was invited to see the high school spring concert
            by his brother. We were in 6th grade. The older Jordan
            did a tymphony solo. The two six graders there were in
            awe.

            He got drafted. Six months later, the family received a
            visit that he had been killed in combat. My mother worked
            for an MD at the time. I heard about the death because
            the doctor had to go administer sedatives to the parents
            after they had heard what had happened. And my friend
            was shunted between relatives for years. Parents couldn’t
            cope.

            So, until this day I won’t see ANY movie that’s main
            plot line is about Vietnam. In 2018, my old friend made
            a Facebook post. Re-opened an old wound.

            “Today’s my birthday. 50 years ago, I turned 12 on this
            day, and received notice that my big brother had been
            killed in Vietnam”.

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    • boogywstew says:

      Right you are! Midway Island was the island with the “broken” distillery. I believe you’re also referencing the Japanese Purple Code.

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      • It was a Japanese code but it was JN-25x, not Purple, which was a diplomatic machine cipher.

        If you haven’t yet watched the recent movie, Midway, it is very good. Although I do wish they’d mentioned Joe Rochefort in the ending credits as they did so many of the others. Rochefort didn’t receive the credit he was due except posthumously in the 1980’s. (Now, several buildings are named after him.)

        I’m pretty confident that when Adam Schiff read his very-strange “parody” on the House floor, he believed at that time that his Lt. Col. friend or some other mole had succeeded in replacing the transcript with the forgery that he was then reading.

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      • soozword says:

        Am pretty sure the Purple code was the embassy one which was simpler and broken prior to the Pearl Harbor attack. No military info in that to help prevent it.

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        • Paco Loco says:

          The Jap naval code we broke was JAN 25. Read Miracle at Midway by Navy historian Gordon Prang.

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          • soozword says:

            Yes, AFTER Pearl Harbor. Just finished Prange’s classic on PH — he is most thorough. I’m spending two days in April visiting the various military museums there before flying off to explore the leper colony/historical park on Molokai (read up on that already). Not going to Midway anytime soon so will have to skip that book. I saw the excellent new movie by that title twice this month. Having read the PH material helped me to follow the movie since it starts there as background. Even with that it took two viewings to get some of the Midway details relatively clear in my mind.

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          • soozword says:

            Thanks, was indeed interesting. Found this paragraph a bit confusing, though, based on my reading: “Purple was the highest security code used by the Japanese during WW2, but they also used 3 lower levels of cipher. The most important of these was the Japanese Fleet Code, which the US called JN-25. This was the tactical code used by the Japanese Navy. The US also broke this code, which was a significant factor in the naval victory in the Battle of the Midway…”

            I recently read the classic book on the subject written in 1986 “Pearl Harbor, The Verdict of History” by Prange, Goldstein and Dillion (almost 800 pages). On page 242 it states “Purple was the name given to Japan’s top diplomatic code”. The authors imply the Fleet code was not a simpler one and it took longer to decode, just in time for Midway. So I don’t see how the article would call it a “lower code” in the article which implies simpler — guess just a semantics/terminology confusion for me. Unfortunately, the book index does not have a listing for Fleet code/JN-25 so it’s difficult to find it in 800 pages! Since they focused on Pearl Harbor and JN-25 wasn’t decoded by then, I guess that is the reason for not making an issue of it in the index.

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            • boogywstew says:

              It’s “THEE Purple Code” because the stuff went into a purple folder. When the Allies broke the Enigma code they still had to decipher everything in time to use it. Advances in computer were necessary to speed things up and make the information useful in real time. Did you catch the Nazis were warning the Japanese that their code might be broken?!

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              • soozword says:

                Yes on warning the Japanese (not sure if done before or after PH). But the U.S. Intelligence system was thoroughly screwed up in communicating any information effectively prior to the PH attack that it didn’t much matter. Guess we got a lot smarter after that with Midway. Difficult lesson to learn (and we still are making huge mistakes).

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                • boogywstew says:

                  The Japanese government did not hold the same view of Jews as the Nazis. There was a plan discussed to give them their own province or state within The Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere. I believe this discussion might have reached Tojo. I’ll look for a link. When I read some of the Japanese government communications regarding this I was amused by someone’s remarks to the effect that “they supposedly are good at making money.”

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    • rrick says:

      Gosh, I just read your comment. But only after I had already posted about how the enemy can be flushed out by feeding them false intel.
      I did link to an article from the CIA about that. If you’re interested, it’s on page 2 of this post.

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    • iwasthere says:

      As a former spook, who’s last assignment was working with the State people, let me make a couple of informed observations and relay what some of the old timers at Langley were telling me at the time. 1. State is a massive, in terms of the amount of people, organization. Each SOS basically sets up their own close group, still a huge amount of people, to run with, but never really gets control of State. 2. As an organization, ostensibly in the Executive Department, they unlike any other department work Capital Hill like crazy. To the point of, what was to me at least, looking and acting like they are working for Congress and not the President. IMHO it’s a historical feature of State, probably since the founding, of State working over Capital Hill. It’s one of the oldest Departments and it’s always been connected with Congress. It’s all about the appropriations. Just watch or read ‘Charlie Wilson’s War’ and that will demonstrate the power of appropriations (Congress people and staffers) over foreign policy, that was just a single Congressman. It wasn’t till I moved on from Langley and read ‘Hill Rat’ https://www.amazon.com/Hill-Rat-Blowing-Lid-Congress/dp/089526529X/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=hill+rat&qid=1579523504&s=books&sr=1-1 that I really got a picture of what was going on in Washington and how it ‘dysfunctions.’

      Moving from State to the NSC must be a shocker. As the NSC, maybe even more than the CIA, is about loyalty to the President. FYI, when you are at Langley, you are working for the Director (with a direct report to the President), and not smooshing capital Hill staffers. Can’t say what a disappointment that BS whistle blower is in my book. He’s like a creature of State in an Agency billet because that is where the slot was for the NSC. Anyways, IMHO, Sundance is probably correct, Peek was peeking and probably got caught working with Lawfare group.

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      • OldSaltUSNR says:

        When I took my oath, it actually meant something. If Peek is dirty, and I do say “if”, because a man is still innocent until proven guilty in this country, I hope they fry him. I hope he’s team captain of the Leavenworth volleyball team, for a long, long time.

        The only way to stop this indiscriminate leaking of classified material to those outside the proper chain of custody, the only way to end this politicization of Federal officers, is to fry ’em like bacon. Put the fear of God into the rest of the Federal bureaucracy.

        If he has done what is suspected, this ain’t no speeding ticket, and extreme pressure should be put to bear on him by DOJ/FBI to get him to cough up the co-conspirators who sent him and ran him.

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        • littleanniefannie says:

          because a man is still innocent until proven guilty in this country

          Unless your name is Donald Trump.

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        • Jederman says:

          “The connection to Gen. John Allen is a MASSIVE warning flare.”

          Really, at a more granular level, it’s also a connection to the loathsome obama. He has been the common denominator for the past three years. His implied threat by remaining in DC was also a massive warning flare.

          If PT were to investigate and connect the “resistance” efforts to date to, oh I dunno, obama then I would say it justifies removal from ANY position that deals with sensitive information. Good lord, what more does it take to prove that NONE of them can be trusted. Avowed Leftys that hate this country should not be employed by the country they hate.

          They are more loyal to obama and his rotten ideology then they are to the country.

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          • BebeTarget / abdb61 says:

            Don’y forget who started all this wholesale blackmail, I mean leverage .. . . .the Clintons. All those raw FBI files were used to bring in a wide array of corrupt people who could be ‘leveraged’ to do their bidding. After nearly 30 years, this is the result . . . a corrupt government and military officers promoted to corrupt the military.

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    • americancyclop says:

      Brant, I think you are warm. I have been following George Webb on youtube for some time. George has discovered that there are hundreds of encrypted Blackberries connected to scc.senate.gov server, and Awon was one of many who have encrypted them. Check his videos out and strap your self in for an eye-opening ride through corruption at the top of our Government. George Webb https://www.youtube.com/user/georgwebb/videos . Is that how Bagdaddy, and Solemani strikes located? I’m sold. The Blackberries are scattered all over the Globe in the Middle East, Pakistan, Ukraine, Korea, China, UK, UN, certain members of Congress, and Senate. I don’t know how he did it but he even shows one of the IDed blackberries on one of his videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYeqvF4yRXk .Put Blackberry in the search bar on George Webb site and buckle up. Enjoy, Where WE Go One-Eyed We Go All!

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    • gary says:

      the goog guy FBI person put a false date on the classified info the DOJ gave to the ssci and nailed that wolfe perp.

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    • His name is “Peek”–duh!

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    • Snellvillebob says:

      That was to identify their next target “AF” was Midway island were we proceeded in sinking 4 of their best aircraft carriers. They not only lost a lot of planes and some pilots but they lost a lot of the skilled mechanics who repaired their naval planes.

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    • Rosewater49 says:

      Yes, that bit information about a water problem allowed the code breakers in Hawaii to determine the target of a Japanese naval and air attack on Midway leading to America’s first win over Japanese. You can read all about it in the great book “Joe Rochefort’s War”.

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    • Debi Levine says:

      Conservative Treehouse/Last Refuge is always my #1 go to. Never reacts, but watches things unfold, researches and then reports. Thank You!

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  2. citizen817 says:

    Flashback: Former intel officer Andrew Peek on fallout if Gen. Flynn testifies on Russia’s involvement in the election in exchange for immunity

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  3. freepetta says:

    Every person who worked for or is affiliated to the Hussein Administration needs to go.
    Bet little Eric Ciaramella has been banned big time. PDJT wouldn’t answer if little Eric was still working in or affiliated with the White House when Laura Ingraham asked him last week.
    Glad Peek is gone. Hopefully he and little Eric share a prison cell with Buh Buh.

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    • LULU says:

      The last report I saw said Eric Ciaramella, having been “detailed” to the NSC by the CIA (Brennan), had been sent back to the CIA.

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      • freepetta says:

        Yeah I think a 5’3” little man has his role in the CIA as a circus 🎪 midget.
        I’m wondering if Haspell (sp) kept the little traitor.

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        • Issy says:

          He’s a protected “whistleblower”. She has to.

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          • freepetta says:

            He’s not a whistle blower. There are NO protections for him, and how many have NOT been protected?

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            • Issy says:

              Where are you gotten that information? The Intel IG has designated him as such.

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              • freepetta says:

                The IG (Atkinson) changed the rules and regs to permit the date and hearsay so little Eric could submit his bs complaint. As you know I’m sure, Michael Atkinson has some issues he’s going to have to answer for. Please do your homework before you come here. Although I have the distinct feeling you have infiltrated. You will have to do a better job. I don’t think 5% of CTH members support Atkinson.SMH 🤦🏻‍♀️

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                • Issy says:

                  Bless your heart, I’m an”inflitrator” because you don’t like something I posted. I suggest you be a little more careful in your accusations.

                  I am well aware of what you have stated, but until there is some official investigation of Atkinson and he is removed from his position, the whistleblower designation is official. I don’t like it and agree with you, but don’t attack me for saying he has WB protection. Just show me where your information is that says he isn’t.

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                • freepetta says:

                  Oh please 🙄 everyone here knows Michael Atkinson breached the law and that’s why Schiffbag won’t release his testimony which was in the basement of Congress.
                  There’s an impeachment going on. You don’t think that secret testimony isn’t being scrutinized.
                  Goodbye.

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                • Issy says:

                  No need to get huffy, I’m not. We don’t agree, so what.

                  What we ALL Know HERE and what has been made official by the government is too different things, which you don’t seem to understand.

                  I really hope you’re correct about the outcome.

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                • freepetta says:

                  Fair enough Issy. We all need to be supportive of each other. Not huffy at all.

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                • freepetta says:

                  Hey Issy I’m from NY State we never get huffy here 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

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  4. TwoLaine says:

    Get him outta’ here. And take his coat.

    Go home to mommy.

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  5. Read this and remember the Congresscritters just couldn’t believe that President Trump didn’t inform them before the retaliatory attack on terrorist Suleimani. With all of these anti-American types infested into the Administration we might as well still have Awan & brothers doing the IT for all the higher ups.

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  6. MNBV says:

    “the senior director for European and Russian affairs at the National Security Council,”
    How can this kid be a “senior” anything.
    Is Deep State the only gene pool at State Dept and the military?
    This continual appointment of people who hate your guts has to stop Pres, when a simple background check reveals all.

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    • noswamp says:

      I will repeat your point MNBV. Either the State Department is DELIBERATELY trying to put moles into the Trump Admin or they are completely INCOMPETENT. I would say both. And that goes to the NSA Advisor Robert O’Brien as well.

      What the heck were they thinking when both the NSA and the State Dept recommended he get this position despite seeing Gen. John Allen, (Ret.)’s name on every employment resume and history from Mr. Peek? WTH?

      Trump should have an immediate meeting with Pompeo and NSA Advisor Robert O’Brien. First question: Who was the son of a b that recommended this guy work with NSA? Then follow the names and fire them. No questions asked, and Trump should finish by saying: have a nice day!

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      • MNBV says:

        Hmmm….Mick Mulvaney should have been all over this, State Dept can present whatever spy/disruptor they want but Mick should nave been the gatekeeper.

        It’s not as if blind Freddie couldn’t pick Peek with no effort.

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      • atomichillbilly says:

        The state department has been rotten with leftist totalitarians since the Wilson administration.

        FDR’s Secretary of State (Alger hiss) turned out to be an actual spy for the Soviet Union.

        90% of the state department should be fired and replaced with loyal Americans who have never worked in government.

        Even inexperienced diplomats can do a better job than leftist traitors and disloyal globalist douchebags.

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        • MNBV says:

          “FDR’s Secretary of State (Alger hiss)”…..
          Nonsense, highest post was Director of the State Department’s Office of Special Political Affairs. Never SoS.
          Don’t do what they do and make it up. Someone will notice and there goes your credibility.

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      • atomichillbilly says:

        The state department has been rotten with leftist totalitarians since the Wilson administration.

        FDR’s Secretary of State (Alger hiss) turned out to be an actual spy for the Soviet Union.

        90% of the state department should be fired and replaced with loyal Americans who have never worked in government.

        Even inexperienced diplomats can do a better job than leftist traitors and disloyal globalist douchebags.

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        • boogywstew says:

          Alger Hiss was never Secretary of State. He was a Secretary-General of the United Nations Conference on International Organization for 3 months in 1945. Aside from a little misprint I believe you are totally right about the State Department.

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      • mdaush says:

        Perhaps a sting was in place? Trump is way smarter than these Deep State creeps give him credit for. These people are stupid.

        Liked by 4 people

        • theoldgoat says:

          I don’t discount them as stupid, I think it is more a case of being desperate or overly confident in their abilities. Hatred is driving them as well as concerns about the cage tightening around some of them. That can lead to doing things in haste, or not believing they are under any suspicion.

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          • bruzedorange says:

            Our (the free citizens of the USA) deep state enemies are very smart, very clever, 100% committed to achieving an outcome, and have been gaming & planning every move and possible counter-move for years–maybe a decade.

            Let that sink in.

            We are up against it. The weaponization of the Federal government (IRS, intel, lawfare, etc.) was their Pearl Harbor attack in this war against our democratic republic and Constitutional government.

            Pray. That is the one weapon every citizen has against the deep state. We may not be sure if our representatives are liars or patriots, but God knows. I don’t presume anything, and simply pray, “God, please expose all corruption in our government. Please unmask those whose goal is to defraud and control us. Please protect our Constitutional liberties, and protect President Trump and his family.”

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          • As a man thinkth says:

            There no fear within these traitors…they know Lawfare controls every federal judge and prosecutor on the east coast….Wolf and the Awains brothers, McCabe, Comey prove it will be a soft landing

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        • Orygun says:

          FISA works both ways. I would believe that he is moving people he knows are blatant criminals around and collecting evidence. When the judge situation gets under control so the criminals can’t walk I expect a lot of sealed indictments to be opened.

          An example of State government judicial corruption just look at how some of the Supreme Courts at the State level have been voting on issues.

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      • The Demon Slick says:

        Kurt Schlicter said he is friends with O’Brien and he’s a great guy, for whatever that’s worth. I like reading Schlicter but I’ve been fooled before. Ben Shapiro, Jonah Goldberg, Brit Hume, and more that I used to like went and totally unmasked themselves since President Trump came down the escalator.

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  7. A2 says:

    He gave a talk at Chatham House, London. Video included so you may listen.

    Subject: Iraq
    Date, October 2019.

    https://www.chathamhouse.org/file/future-iraq-and-region

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  8. Paul Cohen says:

    Peek’s main professional mentors seem to be General Allen, General Petraeus, and … Elliot Abrams…. he wrote as an early “never Trumper” ini 2015:

    https://www.thefiscaltimes.com/Columns/2015/08/20/Trump-Commander-Chief-Tune-Foreign-Policy-Reality-Show

    Then he managed to insinuate himself into the Trump team foreign policy group on the transition.

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  9. Republicanvet91 says:

    Hmmm. The disgraceful General claimed his wife was seriously ill as a reason for his retirement.
    I guess wifey must have gotten better.

    https://www.tampabay.com/incoming/gen-john-r-allen-ends-career-after-email-investigation/1275856/

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  10. DebbieSemms says:

    I keep finding myself questioning Pompeo’s true \motives regarding Trump.

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    • noswamp says:

      DebbieSemms, not there as yet, but I feel ya…

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      • glissmeister says:

        Mike’s true blue. Unshakeably loyal. Rock solid.

        The problem is there are no magic wands for Tanker Mike current job. Herding cats is easy compared to presiding over the myriad competing infestations of pit vipers, rent seekers, ivy league parasites, malignants and incompetent sociopaths embedded at State.

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        • LULU says:

          …many of whom are probably civil service. Makes weeding very difficult.

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        • WRB says:

          I think 90% of the State Dept votes/supports dems (based on donations).

          The problem is not that you get a leftist (because 9 times out of 10 you do), it is whether you get a treasonous leftist, like Mr. Peek.

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  11. burginthorn says:

    #PeekDidn’tKillHimself

    Too soon?

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  12. A2 says:

    We don’t know, because no one is leaking, what the so-called security investigation entails. So many theories or speculations have surfaced, from Sundance to the Daily kos.

    A security investigation, is a serious matter. We may not learn the substance until that is completed.

    Hard to assign ‘intention’ or motive or why the investigation was triggered. Mr Peek has a written record, much cited here in the comments. Doesn’t fit a clear narrative, good vs bad, bad vs good. It’s a mixed bag.

    Only until a statement is released from the WH or State, or NSC, will we know.

    Something to watch, perhaps a minor distraction from the impeachment trial? Or seminal?

    We shall see, said someone.

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    • sundance says:

      Watch, knowing how the system operates, they will pass Peeks problems off as a zipper problem.

      As soon as someone mentions potential sex scandal (hookers etc.) or compromise a-la Petraeus type security issues, you’ll know it’s a deep state cover story. It’s their go-to reliable explanation when they want to tamp down the public.

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      • A2 says:

        I am watching as you did when the story hit the wires a few days ago. It may be a so-called pillow talk problem. Did not post it as it was in your words, sketchy. Petraeus, Allen, even allegations against Flynn have been due to a ‘zipper problem’. That goes for the President also. Mostly we may be confident a political move.

        It’s a serious charge. We shall see as it must unfold given the increased speculation.

        When the Taiwan specialist and I may say advocate resigned in the NSC, it did not even get a mention, though a few people noticed and wondered why.

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      • 1stgoblyn says:

        A zipper problem is also their go-to accusation when they need or try to get rid of an opponent. Think candidate Trump in October ’16 (and beyond) and Brett Kavanaugh for starters.

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      • Sherri Young says:

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  13. Republicanvet91 says:

    Remember when the media was busy sneering at President Trump asking for loyalty?

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  14. Republicanvet91 says:

    Looking at his twitter timeline back to 2016 suggests a Trump ally, or playing a VERY long game.

    On the other hand, I could see him keeping Allen informed of what he was doing, and Allen passing on anything learned to Schiffhead.

    https://twitter.com/andrewlpeek?lang=en

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  15. DebbieSemms says:

    Wasn’t it Pompeo who was tasked with cleaning up State> Wasn’t it Pompeo that recommended Gina at CIA?

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    • A2 says:

      That was Tillerson. Who lost his job partly because he cut the department, did not increase its reach. He gutted State which was his remit.

      He was excoriated in the press, lots of negative coverage.

      And, he is gone.

      So there is that, and his differences in FP with the President.

      Pompeo was to rebuild State, though that is blocked by Congress.They (Congress) are opposed to refilling positions by the dem control of Congress.

      They do not like streamlining. Got to get their operatives in place or retained.

      That is US politics in action.

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  16. zorrorides says:

    Does this Schiff’s source removed at the White House have a tie-in to yesterday’s Citizen Free Press story?

    Rumors Swirl – House Republicans have salacious photos of Adam Schiff with druggie donor Ed Buck…

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  17. Dick_Turpin says:

    If Paul Ryan had a son !

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  18. Vince says:

    From his LinkedIn profile he has a connection to Gen. Petraeus. Also interesting is this, considering we just had an embassy almost taken over and held hostage:

    “- Served as Gen. Allen’s strategic advisor for special operations missions, including hostage rescue, direct action, and indigenous defense issues”

    Strategic Advisor to the ISAF Commander, Gen. John Allen
    Company NameISAF
    Dates EmployedAug 2011 – Aug 2012
    Employment Duration1 yr 1 mo
    – Personal advisor to General John Allen (Commander, ISAF) for special operations, intelligence, Pakistan, and related issues in Afghanistan
    – Personally requested for the Commander’s Initiatives Group by General David Petraeus
    – Served as Gen. Allen’s personal advisor for meetings with leadership of U.S. and international intelligence agencies
    – Served as Gen. Allen’s strategic advisor for special operations missions, including hostage rescue, direct action, and indigenous defense issues
    – Prepared Gen. Allen for meetings with President Karzai and Afghan Cabinet Ministers
    – Assisted in Gen. Allen’s preparation for White House and interagency meetings

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  19. Sherri Young says:

    Looks like Peek’s faculty advisor on his PhD, Eliot Cohen, is a Never-Trumper. Cohen was one of the two men who put together this open letter from the day after Super Tuesday 2016 that I posted yesterday. It ended with “Therefore, as committed and loyal Republicans, we are unable to support a Party ticket with Mr. Trump at its head. We commit ourselves to working energetically to prevent the election of someone so utterly unfitted to the office.”

    “Open Letter on Donald Trump from GOP National Security Leaders”

    https://warontherocks.com/2016/03/open-letter-on-donald-trump-from-gop-national-security-leaders/

    Cohen’s name showed up in Peek’s bio at the State Dept.

    https://www.state.gov/biographies/andrew-peek/

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    • Sherri Young says:

      Oh good grief. Eliot Cohen has become the dean at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. Here’s his quote that accompanies his photo.

      “It’s never been more important to study international relations at a school that understands that truth is elusive but real; that history cannot be rewritten to suit today’s preferences; that tradeoffs are inescapable facts of economic life; and that leaders are those who inspire, not those who inflame.”

      Liked by 2 people

    • spellno9 says:

      It should have read “Open Letter on Donald Trump from GOP National Security Leakers”. I fixed it for you.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Linda K. says:

        These “Never Trumpers” should really wake up to the fabulous job Trump is doing with his foreign policy. Even Mark Levin can see it and has been won over. It must be their ego and arrogance that keeps them working against this man. He is really accomplishing great things for our country and that is the problem?

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      • Sherri Young says:

        LOL. You must have recognized David Kramer’s name on that list.

        BTW, somebody leaked to the NYT back in June about planned retaliation for our mega-expensive drone Iran shot down over international waters then the last minute stand down order. Andrew Peek was Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Iraq and Iran in the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs at the time. The leak could have been totally unconnected but he might have been in a position to know.

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  20. Rynn69 says:

    Still waiting for justice.

    Removals, transfers, and resignations are not justice. Do you think Bill Barr can deliver on anything by February 14, his one year anniversary as Attorney General, or will the lawlessness continue? Stay tuned.

    BTW, the longer it takes the more of a joke the DOJ is – just remember on the graph chart as time rises so does the cold anger.

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    • Issy says:

      It is almost a fact now that you can do any sort of horrible things in government and the worst that can happen to you is you are transferred, sometimes with a promotion, you are allowed to resign, pension intact, or you’re fired. I would say it’s worth the risk if you are a person intent on doing bad things.

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    • saintoil says:

      Flynn is my litmus test for Barr. So far he is nowhere to be found allowing his hacks to continue the injustice done a good man and great general.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Snellvillebob says:

        Somehow Sidney Powell got ahold of a special copy of Flynn’s 302 which was used as proof that he lied. It showed how after it was filed that words, sentences and were changed, moved and deleted and created out of thin air.
        The unchanged parts were in Black.
        The added parts were in Green.
        The deleted parts were in Red.
        I have always wondered if Barr had anything to do with that or if it was Sidney Powell’s new witness to the 302.

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  21. Prosecute him and then if found guilty, and it’s an option, hang him high.

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  22. Keith says:

    “Allen’s 2012 zipper problem became Obama’s 2014 political leverage to use General Allen as a tool….”. Sundance, was that pun intended?

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  23. hawkins6 says:

    It’s unfortunate an impressive fellow like Peek, who is at or near the peak of his career, is ensnared in the latest WH scandal. We should remember it only took the corrupt anti Trump coup members 24 days to smear and frame former NSA Gen Flynn so Peek deserves due process even in the court of public opinion. Peek lasted twice as long in his 2 month position as Flynn.

    sundance’s historical rendering of past associates and political affiliations etc. does lead to reasonable suspicions but I want to know if his alleged “problems” are all self generated, the result of a honey trap frame up or the latest dirty trick destruction of a Trump admin. official or other….

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    • ILOT says:

      You strike to why they hold PDJT in such disdain. He is an executive and they are wired different than the professional bureaucrats. The latter of which are supposed to operate the way you describe before taking action where PDJT makes the necessary move based on gut. Bannon made it clear that if you for work for PDJT in any capacity you are there to do just that, do a job. Once that is in question he has no use for you and you are viewed as countering momentum to the agenda. Like it or not, that’s how it works and it is a cold reality that draws distinctions between private sector success and bureaucratic failure. Let the investigation take its course, but by all means pull the weeds from the garden. For me, the treachery is pervasive enough there will be some collateral damage in the clean up, so be it. PDJT didn’t create that cesspool and has suffered far too much to give so many key players the time needed to asses what you are looking for. By all means provide due process but then again, the fate of the Republic is at stake,,,,

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  24. question says:

    Could this Peek story be related to someone leaking Soleimani story to NYTimes maybe hours before it happened?

    https://nypost.com/2020/01/03/the-new-york-times-foreshadowed-attack-on-iranian-qassem-soleimani-in-op-ed/

    http://archive.is/DIBEq

    The author in the NYTimes story is Steven Simon. According to Wikipedia he “is a former United States National Security Council senior director for the Middle East and North Africa”.

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2020/01/02/soleimani-dead-sketchy-details-emerging-airstrikes-at-baghdad-airport-cargo-area/

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  25. MNBV says:

    But none of this matters. the DoJ will either refuse to prosecute or go for the J walking option.
    Peek is essentially home free.
    State will never throw an operative under a bus when the fix is sooo easy.

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  26. Alison Wilson says:

    Before we get too far in the ‘blame game’ for which advisor should have known about Peek and was it incompetence or deep state at PDJT’s doorstep, I would like to throw out another possibility.
    Anyone who has ever tried to rid their yard of moles knows only too well that mole have at least two ways to get in and out of their dens. You must find the other entrance and block it up. The only way to do that is to go look.
    I suggest that PDJT brought Peek on board (a mere 2 months ago) knowing he would be a mole. And by closely following this mole, found others, found how they get information out and to whom. If Peek’s job was to report to Schiff (who then reports to the MSM), the tunnel runs from the NSA to Congress. Having that leverage over Schiff would be YUGE.

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    • hokkoda says:

      My reaction as well. This could have been a mole hunt. It’s not enough to do something about Vindman after he throws a grenade. You have to trace these people back to the source, find out who they’re working for, map out the network.

      The other, unspoken, problem is the physical safety of the President. The resistance people have stuck, this far, to bureaucratic troublemaking like leaks and setups. If Trump wins in November, there is a deeper risk that they start putting people close to Trump in Ofer to assassinate him.

      They’ve already pretty much lost FBI and DOJ as avenues to take out Trump. Those that remain aren’t going to necessarily help Trump, but they’re not going on offense. They’re there to protect the institution, which means the resistance has to be dealt with internally.

      NSC seems to be getting gutted now too. This guy was escorted out. But, a few weeks ago, major cuts in NSC staffing were announced. This is how you get rid of 5-10 people who are a threat without making it look like you’re taking them out…because you got rid of 50-60 people…

      I bet O’Brien planted a story, waited for the leak, and knew it was Peek. I haven’t seen anything from O’Brien to say he’s not a stand up guy. He represents Trump well in the media from what I’ve seen. If he was a deep stater, he could have knee capped Trump last fall regarding Syria. It seems implausible to me that O’Brien knowingly brings in a mole, but provides no cover for said mole.

      Seems more like Peek was caught in a sting operation.

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    • LULU says:

      Former FBI special agent Mark Wauck commented on this at his excellent blog:

      “I’ve seen speculation that he was brought over to the NSC from State because it would be easier to nail him at the NSC.”

      https://meaninginhistory.blogspot.com/2020/01/top-nsc-staffer-escorted-from-wh.html

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  27. franuche says:

    This is why you clean house when you get elected President. At every level. In every department under your command. Blood bath style.

    Liked by 2 people

  28. Guyski says:

    Interesting. 🤔🤔🤔

    Andrew Lewis Peek

    Father: Jeffrey Merle Peek

    Mother: Elizabeth ‘Liz’ Taylor Peek.

    She is known. She is on Fox News and Fox Business

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  29. youme says:

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  30. Guyski says:

    Andrew Peek has been on Fox News several times. Plenty video on the internet machine. Did Fox even report on this story?

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  31. Otherwise Law Abiding says:

    Maybe the administration is withholding info that’s none a schiff’s plucking business.

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  32. Otherwise Law Abiding says:

    Maybe it’s none of Schiff’s fu&@ing business.

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  33. Otherwise Law Abiding says:

    Maybe it’s none of Schiff’s fu&@ing business.

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  34. John-Y128 says:

    “Russia Expert Escorted From White House Under Intelligence Investigation…”
    What do you have to do to be referred to as a ‘Russia expert’, he’s to young to fit those creds.

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  35. abel says:

    it will definitely come more frequently in the second term, my question is why didnt it happen more frequently in the first term. it would be pretty easy to hunt these clowns and terminate them or strip their clearance. who hired you? oh. who are you associated with? oh. do you think we should send money to iran? oh. it’s to a point where you dont need a scalpel, you could do it with a meat cleaver. one should average 25-50 traitors per week. let their union sue. then we can have the discussion of why federal unions dont work. where do we volunteer for that job?

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  36. John Rupp says:

    In my opinion we need to kill traitors……
    Draw and quarter them …boil in oil type of stuff the danger they present is to ALL of us!
    Just saying…

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  37. benifranlkin says:

    Would Peek’s escort out the door and his obvious disdain (to me) for General Flynn (see Citizen817 video above on this thread) have anything to do with the “Good News” due this Friday from Sidney Powell? reported on GP

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  38. Zy says:

    Our government has already been taken over 99%. The Democommies just don’t have control of the top position yet.

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  39. A2 says:

    The latest gossip from the rags

    “One of Trump’s top Iran advisors got suckered into a honey trap, had their laptop/iPhone stolen and hacked before they woke up, and the White House refused to take precautionary measures regarding their security clearance. Ladies and gents, I give you the Trump administration.”

    May be Mr Peek. All anonymous sources from inside the WH allegedly.

    Spreading faster than the Wuhan sars.

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  40. Kent Clizbe says:

    Some have correctly interpreted Peek’s background. But the blizzard of misinformation must be balanced.

    Peek, and his ilk, are NOT “leftists.”

    Peek, specifically, and his clique are neo-conservative traitors to America.

    “Never-Trumper” was their own name.

    They’re fake “conservatives” who have co-opted Normal America’s party in the name of their cause.

    Neocons. Very different from “leftist.”

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  41. William Miller says:

    Who’s the top cop in the USA? Anyone know?

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  42. Merkin Muffley says:

    For every mole they catch, there are probably 5 more in the woodwork.

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  43. Cocoon says:

    If under Obama, these acts would be considered treasonous and the who, what, where, when, why, how and who else would be investigated immediately.
    Instead, this alleged leaker will be minimized, assumed to be a lone wolf and investigated for years to the point of public disinterest and then let go.
    It’s how it works.

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  44. Chiefco says:

    Skull and Bones…taping them rings

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  45. Very good, and timely, information, especially the likely link between Schiff and Peek now; another Vindman who got caught, and Lawfare et al. are likely on the spot telling Schiff not to let Peek go to waste, without laying down a narrative of “NSC withholding information from congressional oversight”. Schiff’s willingness to throw the NSC under the bus is also telling; it might be interesting — and good news — to see if Brennan (CIA) backs up Schiff’s latest anti-NSC narrative.

    This is red meat for truth-seekers, and others who might be inclined, at some point, to prosecute the coup plotters. Barr?…Barr?…Barr?

    But we do not have a legitimate federal government, right now (as Mark Twain would agree; he was the one who wrote “…there is no distinctly native American criminal class except Congress.”)

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  46. Bogeyfree says:

    What happened to the letters that Lindsey and Grassley have sent Pompeo personally demanding documents about the prior administration’s communications with Ukraine???

    If Pompeo is a white hat don’t you think that info would have been turned over in a few days not 10 weeks like it has been??

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  47. Bogeyfree says:

    When you step back and begin to list all the names of the people who are involved in coup one, (Russia Gate & Spygate) then coup two (Ukraine Gate) and now Impeachment Gate from within the FIB, DOJ, NSC, CIA, State Dept and Congress, that number must be in the hundreds IMO.

    So imagine after 3 DOJ’s and almost 4 years and hundreds of perpetrators and crimes littering DC, the good guys have not been able to find and indict a single person to date.

    I find that incredible and almost impossible to believe.

    I think of a squirrel in a forest of Oak Tress who can’t find a nut!

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    • MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

      I would go with 75% of the people in DC are useless to the average American. Just a collection of overeducated liberal whores.

      Judge Roy Bean
      I understand you have taken exception to my calling you whores. I’m sorry. I apologize. I ask you to note that I did not call you callous-ass strumpets, fornicatresses, or low-born gutter sluts. But I did say “whores.” No escaping that. And for that slip of the tongue, I apologize

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  48. thedoc00 says:

    Keep in mind the movement of “moles” belonging to the “Professional Staff” is not necessarily in the purview of even Mike Pompeo. It is controlled by other “Professional Staff”. There is literally no way to know who is a mole until they activate, nor who may be a chain of authority member in an Executive Branch Agency who is also a mole. Most of the 2.5 non-military professionals (and staff) in the Executive Branch were hired under Carter-Bush II-Clinton-Obama. This minefield of moles was part of the “insurance policy”. [Note: for example, it is even well documented that Obama appointed nearly 10,000 professional level employees with high level clearances in December 2016.] They are protected by Federal labor laws until they activate then protected by lawfare lawyers as well as guaranteed jobs when fired from the government. Plus, AG Barr will not be inclined to punish them, unless the they committed a crime too egregious to ignore.

    By choking off the President’s ability to put HIS appointees in place, the Uni-Party made sure there is little in the way of “management” available control or weed out the moles until they activate.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      … in the purview of Mike Pompeo or any of the Executive Agency heads. The assignments are low enough level as to be handled by other “Professionals”. There is not enough time in the day forhe t very few Presidential loyalists to vet all the assignee’s.

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