Sidney Powell Reacts to Outside Prosecutor Reviewing Flynn Case….

It was reported today that Attorney General William P. Barr assigned an outside prosecutor to review the criminal case against former national security adviser Michael Flynn.   Tonight, Fox News’ Sean Hannity invites Flynn’s lawyer Sidney Powell on to his television show so that she can listen to him talk about it.

When we see that justice is measured, not by due process, but by compulsion; when we see that in order to invoke our right to due process, we need to obtain permission from those who rebuke the constitution; when we see that justice is determined by those who leverage, not in law, but in politics; when we see that representatives get power over individual liberty by graft and by scheme, and our representatives don’t protect us against them, but protect them against us; when we see corruption holding influence and individual liberty so easily dispatched and nullified; we may well know that our freedom too is soon to perish….

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361 Responses to Sidney Powell Reacts to Outside Prosecutor Reviewing Flynn Case….

    • trump20162024 says:

      The attempted entrapment of the Trumpster and his advisors needs to be fully publicized through indictments and prosecutions within the next few months. Or there will be no second term.

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      • treehouseron says:

        Who exactly is going to indict or prosecute anybody? There’s nobody to do it, it’s all one sided, there will be no prosecutions of any of these people. It’s all been revealed, Donald Trump, God bless him, Burnt the whole thing down. We now understand, it’s all been revealed. He’s a great man, people will remember him as a legend but he will not repair this. At least now we know.

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        • Bill Durham says:

          Hannity is tic tocing like a mofo. Let me burst his bubble. The small group committed NO crimes.
          1- did not disclose Hillary paid for dossier= FBI put it in the fisa footnotes. Sneaky not illegal.
          2- Dossier was discredited= Not all of it. The open source stuff from Nellie was true. They had reason to believe other stuff may be true. Aggressive not illegal.
          3- Comey et Al signed off on false fisa= Comey et Al were not attesting to everything in the fisa. They are signing off that it is a legitimate work product put together by the FBI. They are not responsible for the content. They are attesting to it’s being a legitimate document coming from their FBI employees.

          They all have plausible deniability. Period! Hannity is an idiot. He is another Rachel Maddow peddling hope porn for conspiracy nutz. No one except for clinesmith will be charged. Barr is playing with POTUS. He is stalling right up to the election. No one at the highest levels are worried. They are laughing and writing books.

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          • DJ says:

            Yup, that’s pretty much it. Frankly, I doubt that even Clinesmith will be charged. Doesn’t matter that his crime is obvious. As I have said many times before, the swamp is far broader and deeper than most can imagine. They protect their own.

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          • Obama reminded them, be sure and do it “by the book.” Sneaky Lawfare buggers.

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          • f.fernandez says:

            They conspired i.e. RICO statute. That IS illegal and looking at all the actions of all the participants, the WERE crimes committed.

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          • John Ostrowski says:

            Hannity loves Hannity….Period. No more Hannity for me… Join O’Reilly, and etc.

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          • Deplorable Texan says:

            They will never allow the whole truth to come out. The foxes own the hen house.

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          • zekness says:

            1- did not disclose Hillary paid for dossier= FBI put it in the fisa footnotes. Sneaky not illegal.

            How does this explain the FISA Judge authorized the spy warrant? If ANY or even a primary subset of the FISA application included factors that substantiate a higher order of scrutiny because of the politically motivated element, why does this appear to not have moved the Judge.? It’s a crucially important question that has yet to be satisfactorily answered. Furthermore, on what basis was the critically important threshold for approval based at all? point to it. Specifically. Can anyone here or at the FISC give any reasonable answer that is remotely responsible to that final decision. Also, why was the first application rejected? What specifically was of such concern to the FISC that it would not accept the first application? What changed?

            2- Dossier was discredited= Not all of it. The open source stuff from Nellie was true. They had reason to believe other stuff may be true. Aggressive not illegal.

            I think I know what you are suggesting…But I would ask that you provide the reference. What specific open source “stuff” are you referring that shows “credible” (not verified…we already know that is a sticky double word) evidence that supports a threshold decision on the most extreme investigative tools on planet earth..a surveillance order?

            I’ll wait.

            3- Comey et Al signed off on false fisa= Comey et Al were not attesting to everything in the fisa. They are signing off that it is a legitimate work product put together by the FBI. They are not responsible for the content. They are attesting to it’s being a legitimate document coming from their FBI employees.

            That is simply not true at all the way you are framing this. The signature of the FISA application REQUIRES the principle to ensure the material is factual, IS VERIFIED (yup, that word comes up again…and it’s definitely going to come up again in court), and COMPLETE…The PRINCIPLE BY HIS SIGNATURE is making the ACT of ASSUMING ALL ultimate responsibility for every single aspect of this work. This is not some standard administrative paperwork tasker. What you are suggesting, whether you intended it or not, is that this was some trivial signature process that could be delegated down a few levels or that the principle can dodge responsibility over errors. This IS NOT possible. It is REQUIRED to achieve the HIGHEST PRINCIPLE signoff. This is not just making sure the paperwork is in good order and in proper format and that “the right people” have the right authorities to prepare and send it up to him. This signature IS THE ULTIMATE RESPONSIBILITY of that principle FOR THE CONTENT…all of it. The LAW states that ONLY the principle may sign. There is a reason the law requires this. If you compare this principle ONLY sign off to other high level investigative orders (wire and tap), it is EVEN MORE significant that any other…It cannot be delegated…and requires lawful action by either the president himself, or congress to change the signoff protocol and responsible person. I object to idea that there is room here to dodge or displace that responsibility. What the director will need to answer for, in ANY case:

            a. what specific evidence in that application withstood the test of your judgement when YOU READ AND CONSIDERED that there was A RED FLAG GLAXON WARNING SIREN WRITTEN INTO A FOOTNOTE, showing a DIRECT political element involved in creating it?

            b. What was the “other” evidence that compelled you to set that aside and still go forward with surveillance? Was that “other” evidence sufficiently credible and WAS IT INDEPENDENTLY CORROBORATED in ANY WAY TO ACHIEVE “VERIFIED”?

            simple damned questions.

            these questions have NOT been answered by anyone to any level of satisfaction.

            now, I will agree with you on this one aspect: you can bet your bottom dollar the FBI former and current will be angling to offload this entire set of direct questions and the accountability…that may have worked in the mode of “on going investigations”…but that time is over….we are in open season right now.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Oh, ye of little faith,……
          Get the HE!! out of my Foxhole! When you put your faith in man, you will be disappointed, when you put your faith in God, you will be annoited.

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          • dilonsfo says:

            Yep, If Washington would have given up because a few battles were lost then we would be speaking with a British accent today and be known as lower Canada.

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            • Dutchman says:

              Yes, and in WW2, we lost a lot, before,we began winning.
              Midway, wasn’t it, that was the first battle we decisively won?

              WW1, arguably nobody really won, battle lines at the end were about where they started.

              With THIS war, which I think of as WW4, I really can’t think of ANY battles we have decisively lost.
              They haven’t prevented trade ‘war’ with China, which we’re winning, and they got nothing on trade war with EU, Brexit, etc.
              The House? Not sure that was a LOSS, overall. Ryan WAS Speaker, than Pelousi was. Ryan was disingenuos, Pelosi at least attacked directly, rather than death of 1000 cuts.

              Anyway, many here see Gods hand in all this, I don’t see how one can NOT see his hand.

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              • martyb59 says:

                I would argue we lost the battle over the Hillary Email/server scandal, since there were zero prosecutions. While the Mueller investigation/Russian Hoax was sort of a win, but one of the deep state that participated in the battle have been held accountable, so is it really a win, or maybe a push? The Ukraine scam was similar in that our president was acquitted, but he was also impeached by the House…

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                • Dutchman says:

                  Perhaps an adjustment in definition of winning?
                  WHAT does winning look like, for the other side, in your example of the Hillary e-mails?

                  Well, the whole scam never comes to light, and Hillary wins election.

                  Or, the existence of the server in her bathroom is exposed, but ‘nothing to see here’ works, and she is elected.

                  When you look at it THAT way, I’d say we WON, they lost.
                  Setting up prosecutions as winning is perhaps unrealistic?

                  Satan is the,”father of lies”, and each time his lies,are exposed, we win
                  Remember “like Dr./ keep Dr.”?
                  In November, a longstanding lie, nurtured and supported for MANY years, and believed as if it were gospel, by most, will be totally disabused and exposed.

                  That we are a “50/50” nation. The disabusing and exposing of that lie TERRIFIES them, cause it is,SO foundational to their plan.
                  Any time Truth conquers one of their lies, we win and they lose.

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        • John Ostrowski says:

          I feel the same way. Who the hell is in charge of this ” Republic.” ?

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      • There MUST be a Second Term, 16/24, or there will NEVER be any indictments of the right people, but WILL be of plenty of the wrong people.

        If WE do not GUARANTEE a second term, we will deserve what we get this time, period.

        MAG2020KAG

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        • treehouseron says:

          President Trump can’t indict or prosecute anybody, and nobody in Washington has the balls to do it, i’m not sitting around waiting on Barr to be a man, the guy has shown he’s not going to do a thing and has no intention of prosescuting his friends in the first place. President Trump can name whoever he wants AG, and if they get confirmed, they’ll be the same way.

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          • ezpz2 says:

            But President Trump can appoint his own Special Prosecutor instead of entrusting that to untrustworthy Barr.

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            • Perot Conservative says:

              After Flynn is exonerated, Sidney Powell?

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              • Bill Durham says:

                I believe in Trump’s tweets. If he is calling out the doj and ag, I believe Trump. It seems he realizes Barr is full of crap. He has had enough. If he is gonna make a move, he can do it now. With no investigations, POTUS can clean house. He may never have the chance again. If they cook up another investigation, he will be boxed in until the election. Make a move before Bolton Kelly and mattis are activated with more false charges. Go on offense. 9 months until the election. Bolton will be activated in March.

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              • Claudia says:

                YES!

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            • zekness says:

              no, the president cannot appoint his own special prosecutor.

              the president can do a great number of things, but this isn’t one of them.

              he can refer a case to the DOJ.

              he can use his soap box and bully pulpit to appeal to congress to refer matters of a criminal referral investigation. the “old days” of congress appointing “independent counsel are over”, just to be clear. That changed. Congress can take the same trajectory and refer to the DOJ for criminal referral.

              the DOJ..and the DOJ alone establishes the special counsel.

              The president can hire private attorneys and private investigators till the cows come home.

              The president can use his freedom of speech in just about any manner he chooses, with the political risks that may come from it..both for and against his interests, depending on how the winds move.

              The president can call his cabinet members and reshuffle the leadership at his discretion.

              The president can even sanction a direct killing in a foreign country againt known active terrorists, lawfully.

              but the president cannot establish HIS OWN special counsel per se.

              That would be a violation of constitutional law, standard principle and at the core, the separation of powers limits.

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              • martyb59 says:

                Separation of powers limits? The DOJ is part of the executive branch. The president controls the executive branch, per the constitution.

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                • zekness says:

                  The department of Justice (Judiciary…it’s in the name) is complicated in its function under the constitution.

                  let me give a crack at it…probably muff this up…

                  DOJ has the constitution separate powers principle in two different basic forms:

                  1. It is an executive branch of government..this is where it can represent US GOVT versus cases. And while this function fits in that executive powers zone, and yes, the President IS the executive…it is not only the practice but the LAW that it operate independently even and especially when this may not be the same interests of the Commander in Chief! This is one of those complicated relationships between the president and the justice department. Namely, the ability to independently form investigation and to prosecute without seeking specific “permission” by the president (or congress). The current matters before it do not set that independence aside, although I will admit there is certainly some presidential interest in steering decisions..

                  2. it is ALSO a judicial branch of government, in the sense that it is given powers to make justice decisions…some of ultimate significance. And not merely administratively. For example, DOJ AG can form a special counsel. He has this authority. And the formation of grand jury. These are essential judiciary powers…limited yes….he cannot MAKE law…but he has the authority to make some very special decisions that really no other law enforcement official is authorized to perform.

                  * I admit my limited knowledge here, so please correct any mistakes….

                  the bigger point is that the principles of the constitution REQUIRES a totally unbound authority of the DOJ to operate.. To act within the bounds only to rule of law, due process, standards and policies and laws set forth by congress and the constitution .

                  I know what “we” want to happen. but we need to be careful about actually getting that. One day, the wrong president will come into office. We do not ever want a king of the united states telling the Attorney General how to cover cases, how to decide on them, and what actions or not to take against even his criminal conspirators that have attempted a coup. Even in the extreme, the DOJ must maintain that separation of powers and reach that desired state of independence from any political influence or otherwise.

                  I get caught up in the moment..often…It is on those moments, when I contemplate the worst case scenario if my desires were to be achieved. Invariably, I come back to the constitution….from their, I gain the genius and I do believe the God inspired principles that can carry the day…even when the day is dark..and especially when they are the darkest.

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              • ezpz2 says:

                Thanks. I thought I heard Tom Fitton say yesterday that the President should appoint a Special Counsel himself.

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      • smartyjones1 says:

        Meh, just the opposite. You don’t want the full weight of SpyGate come down before the election as the Lamestream Media and DNC will use it to push their garbage about a “dictator in the White House.”

        You want it just warm and then after re-election, we’ll see what Bull Durham can deliver.

        It’s pretty insane to see people losing their minds on a good day like today when Gen. Flynn has a very rare US federal prosecutor review his case.

        If we could have heard that from Sidney Powell in more detail that would have been great but that wasn’t going to happen with Sean Hannity sadly.

        We can’t be sure what will transpire in the end, but full exposure is an absolute requirement in SpyGate. I don’t see how the country can pull up short on it because I’m weary of seeing these jackasses like Comey, McCabe, Brennan, Susan Rice and the whole Lawfare crowd pompously point to a fake reality claiming that’s justice.

        I so love the fight in Sidney Powell and it truly matters that she was a federal prosecutor within the DOJ and has documented so much of the disgraceful acts against the rule of law.

        There is something brewing and IMHO, people like McCabe & Brennan are not off the hook while SpyGate unwinds.

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      • amjean says:

        Nonsense.

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    • Tonight, Fox News’ Sean Hannity invites Flynn’s lawyer Sidney Powell on to his television show so that she can listen to him talk about it.

      She looked as disinterested as I am in anything mr. vannity ever has to say, but her WTF face was priceless. 😀

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      • Sigh2016 says:

        This comment is hilarious—truth is funny. Thank you. A+

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      • ezpz2 says:

        That Sundance quote is priceless.

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      • bertdilbert says:

        Tic tock, tune in to the next Hannity to get more info on the big kaboom.

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      • underwhelmingposter says:

        Had to comment on Hannity. I only tune in to hear what some guests have to offer. Tonight Hannity was Hannity on steroids. He talked over Trey Gowdy (who I think is a sane person in the assylum and has solid thinking behind his statements) and Alan Dershowitz (who also has solid analysis of the situation) IMO. But, alas, Hannity not only talked over them, but stomped on them. There must be good money in being a “contributor”. I told my wife to watch when Ms Powell came on. I told her that she would keep her mouth shut while Hannity talked about himself. Only when Hannity stopped talking about himself did she issue a statement, and a short one at that. I believe she made two statements. BTW, if a person is a paid contributor, are they obligated to appear at the request of the host? If not, I believe half would not do it. Lou Dobbs gives guests freedom to speak. Tonight he though was absolutely rude to Peter Navarro. I cringed at the episode. I do not think he will be a guest on Loe Dobbs again (even if asked). It appears that Lou Dobbs has deep feelings about the Coronavirus.
        Sorry about ranting but tonight was so over the top, I had to bloviate.
        Carry on all.

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        • donna kovacevic says:

          Indeed about Hannity. I kept on shouting STFU many times, my hubby from the other room asked wth was going on? I told him and he said why are you even watching him then? I wanted to hear the guests. Is there anyone that can tell Hannity to shut up? Annoying and I do not watch the whole hour, can’t tolerate his “am I on target” BS.

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        • Austin Holdout says:

          I saw Lou acting like a nasty defense lawyer with Navarro. I agree with you that he usually lets guests speak, although it wouldn’t hurt him to cut back on his own wordy questions either. I was a little taken aback by his interruptions and aggressive questioning.

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        • Remington says:

          No question Lou blind sided Navarro last night. Old Peter was unfortunate enough to follow the story on Macabe which really torqued Lou big time. His anger just carried over to Navarro. Never seen Lou so pissed.

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        • Marc says:

          Lou can be overwhelming at times and too personally agitated by the news of the day. I think he takes himself a bit too seriously at times but his heart is in the right place.

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        • chicklus says:

          If you want to know about the Corona-virus listen to Warroom Pandemic on the radio. It has the best information but it will curl your hair IMO.

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      • My thought too TheHumanCondition.

        The interview was proceeding along fairly well then all of a sudden “Thank you for your time Sidney Powell ladies and gentlemen”.

        The end.

        WTF!

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      • Austin Holdout says:

        Sean Vannity. Totally going to borrow that one from you!

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      • John Ostrowski says:

        Someone ,please tweet the a-hole.

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      • David C. Read says:

        Sean Hannity continues to be the worst host on network television. He is comically inept. Here, Powell mentions several outrageous aspects of the Flynn case that Sean could have followed up on, but instead of taking one of those opportunities, he wasted the rest of the rime asking a long question about the Durham investigation that neither Powell nor anyone else can answer at this point.

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    • hawkins6 says:

      This is a great follow up video to Sean’s monologue to Sidney. Pls. send a copy of it to Sean marked “How to conduct a good interview for your audience.”

      Ms. McFarland should be back in the WH but I doubt she wants to return after her last experience.

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      • underwhelmingposter says:

        Again, KT is given lots of airtime with Lou Dobbs. She supports PDJT, it is evident. She recently commented about how rude these Bureaucrats were to the Trump transition team. She has the opinion that anyone who serves the President should be loyal to him, before, during, and AFTER their service.

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    • ezpz2 says:

      I know I keep repeating myself, but why is everyone calling it a ‘Durham report’? Even K T McFarland, whom I like.

      Last I heard, Durham is a prosecutor, no?

      Not an A G who compiles and produces toothless reports.

      Durham has the ability, the power to impanel Grand Juries and to INDICT!!

      Yet they’re all tick tocking about yet another REPORT??

      We’re being gaslighted. Still and again.

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      • A2 says:

        We are being gaslighted all the time. Calling it a ‘report’ just is deflection, like the ‘Mueller Report’, makes peeps think it is just another talking shop investigation.

        Because #nothingshappening 😂

        The truth is it is not a report it is indictments before a Grand Jury. The so-called ‘report’ will be the evidentiary evidence that comes out when the perps get hauled into court.

        Got to give the wankerati time to make dosh with clicks and giggles.

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        • Perot Conservative says:

          FWIW, George Pap said he appeared before a Grand Jury months ago.

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        • ezpz2 says:

          I don’t know if your comment is sarcasm, because if past is prologue, there will be ZERO indictments of the REAL criminals ir would be coupsters.

          And we don’t have to go into the distant past – just the last 2 days tell us all we need to know.

          I’m too old, too realistic from life experience to engage in wishful thinking when all the facts tell a different story than the one we would like it to be.

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          • ezpz2 says:

            That was a reply to A2.

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            • A2 says:

              Hi, I’m not as pessimistic as you. And it was not sarcasm, just making light of all the so-called talking heads who tell the folks what to think.they are not on the side of justice, only dosh and ratings, and that applies to both sides of the divide.

              It is clear, when, not if indictments get unsealed and the ‘coupsters’ in your words are hauled into court, then we shall know more about what happened. It shall be informative, help to correct the rampant gaslighting going on. this is not a $$$$ million dollar Mueller investigation. It is criminal prosecutions. Let’s trust that Durham and team are not a media fest. No leaks so far. Means a reckoning..

              They may not indict everyone on the wish list, but when they do indict it will be on sound law.

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        • Dutchman says:

          There is, I believe, ONE report that prosecutors write, although in some cases it may only be a memo to file.

          Its called a “Declination memo”, or report if its a big case. And by talking about Durham writing a report, they are telegraphing, because as you say (amended) Prosecutors EITHER write and file (with the Court) indictments, or Declination memos/reports.

          Declination memos spell out why the Prosecutor is declining to prosecute.
          They put them in the file, as the last step to CLOSING the file and investigation.

          They are TELLING us, loud and clear, there will be NO prosecutions, coming from Durham. He is Huber, 2.0.

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          • Thank you, I agree. I try to keep things as simple and direct as possible (something I also recognize in President Trump, as someone who is absolutely committed to the truth — ABOVE ALL — no matter how “harsh” it seems to those who will not abide it). With that simplicity of truth in mind, I can say I knew from the start that Durham would likely be another Huber, Horowitz, etc. ad infinitum, because he was officially assigned to “review” (as opposed to “uncover and prosecute”); that is the key word in all of these “investigators”. Barr has never shown ANY indication that he wants to “get his arms around” the crimes committed by Obama and his “weaponized” (suborned and subverted)*** law enforcement agencies. He doesn’t have to appoint yet another reviewer, basically to reinvent the wheel; he already knows what we know, and THAT we know. He just doesn’t want to let the truth be openly acknowledged, especially for the sake of those (the Insane Left) who have denied the truth of the insanity of their party for the past 12 years (although, as some will immediately interject, various elements in that party have followed clearly false, hence inherently insane, dogmas for many decades).

            Meanwhile, the more rabid among the Insane Left are, right now — in the very middle of their side committing these crimes — accusing OUR side of doing these very evils. They are spewing nonsense, indicating only open war (“to the death”) is, not their goal, but their determined view, their “reality”.

            *** “suborn: to induce (as a person) by secret or underhanded means to do some improper or unlawful thing; incite secretly; instigate.”
            “subvert: to overturn or overthrow from a foundation; ruin utterly; raze; demolish; to pervert or corrupt (a person) by an undermining of morals, allegiance or faith.”

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            • Seneca the Elder says:

              Harry- sadly agree.

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              • John Ostrowski says:

                We all know the crimes that have been committed by those in the so called “Justice Department. We are law abiding, however, if justice is not dealt as it should be, there
                will be consequences that none of us want to even imagine. Patience has a thin thread
                in this situation, and a revolt , without strong directing leadership, could very easily lead to a repeat of the “French Revolution”. God forbid.

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      • Barr a few months ago said that Durham may not even write a report. He said something like ‘He might not even go in that direction.’ No one picked up on that. I was hopeful for a minute… Then I tried to count on one finger the number of major gov’t corruption cases that were brought to full disclosure and punishment.

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    • martyb59 says:

      Too funny… Sean Hannity invites Flynn’s lawyer Sidney Powell on to his television show. “so that she can listen to him talk about it.” !!!

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    • bessie2003 says:

      Wow! Great interview, wondered why she left the Administration; talking about how she too was supposed to be set up and wouldn’t go along with it – Now that’s a book I am looking forward to reading!

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    • Kaco says:

      “Impaneled a grand jury” I hope that is true.

      Unbelievable what has happened, good to hear her story.

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    • WSB says:

      A remarkable interview. And KT was allowed to tell her story.

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  1. Tl Howard says:

    “…Sean Hannity invites Flynn’s lawyer Sidney Powell on to his television show so that she can listen to him talk about it.”

    Ain’t it the truth. I’m surprised he didn’t start talking to HER about a “premeditated fraud an a FISA court.”

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  2. suejeanne1 says:

    “Sean Hannity invites Flynn’s lawyer Sidney Powell on to his television show so that she can listen to him talk about it”

    yes

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    • WES says:

      Sue:. And now we know who Barr is finally!

      No good will come from this move by Barr.

      That means Flynn is screwed just like Stone!

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      • Dutchman says:

        If Flynns fate depends on Barr, but it doesn’t.
        Flynn, Stone these are Weismann/Lawfare cases. Such cases have several common traits.
        Prosecutorial terrorism, novel interpretations of the law, easier to list the constitutional rights not violated (shorter list) and ultimately overturned on appeal.

        As for Barr, unless he calculated it was “better” for HIS Justus Dept. to drop the Prosecution, which he won’t, having an ‘outside prosecutor’ look at the case is just CYA.
        Outside where? A prosecutor that up till now, has NOT been involved in the case, and so (theoretically) is,a,set if “fresh eyes”.
        I understand other than a little mentoring of Durham, (teaching him to play solitaire) HUBER is available.

        “Yeah, send HUBER to do it!
        He’ll do ANYTHING!”
        The very much inside the DOJ, but ‘outside’ prosecutor will look at the case, and say prosecutors did nothing wrong, it was a “righteous prosecution”.

        Just occurred to me; in officer involved shootings, LE use the term “righteous” to describe a shooting thats justified, no wrongdoing on the part of the officer.

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      • Linda K. says:

        It would have been nice to know Sydney’s opinion about it.

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    • hawkins6 says:

      I hear this criticism from the few friends and family I know that support Trump. They no longer can stand watching his show because of this. If he would let his guests talk longer his ratings might go higher. It’s strange that an otherwise smart man like Sean doesn’t realize it.

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      • Tl Howard says:

        I’m convinced Sean has obsessive-compulsive disorder. Instead of his feeling that he has to wash his hands a hundred times in a row or click the light switch on and off alternately with his left hand, then his right, or else something awful will happen, he feels he has to repeat certain phrases such as “unrepentant terrorist, “chickens have come home to roost,” “if it was lil’ ole me do you think I’d serve time,” “premeditated fraud on a FISA court” or else he’ll die.

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        • treehouseron says:

          Yeah there may be something to that, he does this weird list thing. You just hit right on it.

          He’ll say “We’ve got 50,000 emails deleted. We’ve got acid washed. What difference does it make now? We Came We Saw He Died. Drag a Hundred Dollar Bill Through A Trailer Park. I’m No Ways Tired. ….”

          He just rambles off these lists of things, it’s the strangest thing I’ve ever seen.

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        • You forgot, “Bought and paid for by the Hillary Campaign”

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        • donna kovacevic says:

          Hannity to the crowed in NH saying “am I better looking in person” I just about threw up. Sean it was not a friendly to the President crowd, and this is what you come up with. Oh ya forgot it is all about you Hannity! Wondering how true that his show in ratings is #1??

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      • John Ostrowski says:

        Ego is a powerful force to self reject.

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  3. Old Buffalo says:

    How I wish Hannity would just shut up and let his guests talk. His grandstanding is such a waste of valuable time.

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  4. JohnCasper says:

    “When we see that justice is measured, not by due process, but by compulsion; when we see that in order to invoke our right to due process, we need to obtain permission from those who rebuke the constitution; when we see that justice is determined by those who leverage, not in law, but in politics; when we see that representatives get power over individual liberty by graft and by scheme, and our representatives don’t protect us against them, but protect them against us; when we see corruption holding influence and individual liberty so easily dispatched and nullified; we may well know that our freedom too is soon to perish….”

    This sounds like something from Ayn Rand. I think much of it is.

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    • WES says:

      John:. It is very suitable prose considering Barr has finally revealed who he really is!

      SD has suspected for months this was the case! Now we know 100% for sure!

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      • Dutchman says:

        WES,
        Unfortunately, not certain for everyone, I still see people commenting “well maybe” and Durham, wait for Durham.
        Fred is flying free tonite, and cawing as he flies over my house, pretty confident my .410 isn’t aimed at him,…and he’s right!

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    • JohnCasper says:

      When you see that in order to produce, you need to obtain permission from men who produce nothing. When you see that money is flowing to those who deal, not in goods, but in favors. When you see that men get richer by graft and by pull than by work, and your laws don’t protect you against them, but protect them against you. When you see corruption being rewarded and honesty becoming a self-sacrifice, you may know that your society is doomed.
      – Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged

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    • John Ostrowski says:

      Many words by intellectuals, broken down to: Treat others as you would like to be treated.

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  5. Del Parker says:

    BARR: Well, as you know, the Stone case was prosecuted while I was attorney general. And I supported it. I think it was established, he was convicted of obstructing Congress and witness tampering. And I thought that was a righteous prosecution. And I was happy that he was convicted.

    President Trump: DRAIN THE SWAMP! We want bad people out of our government!

    President Trump: When I terminated John Kelly, which I couldn’t do fast enough…

    Time to fire William Barr. Can’t do it fast enough. The President needs to talk to the American Public, and explain the stranglehold the deep state has on Office of the President, on Executive Branch’s ability to see the Law is faithfully executed. If that talk needs to come via an Article 3 second address to both Houses convened for the sole purpose getting this point across, so be it.

    There may be another way, but it’s not working w William Barr.

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    • Remington says:

      Del, firing Barr is solid. Then what? PT offers up a new AG who has the eye of the tiger. The chances are not good that turtle & Co. would confirm. Real conundrum….

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      • vikingmom says:

        The problem is getting another AG through Congress…the minute that Barr is fired, the media will immediately start screaming about Nixon and the Saturday Night Massacre!!

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        • WES says:

          Vikingmom:. It would be nice if President Trump took over the AG job!

          It is very common in British parlamentry systems for the Prime Minister to reserve some key cabinet positions for himself, for example, foreign, finance, justice, etc.

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        • As a man thinkth says:

          The president can appoint an acting AG for up to 11 mo.
          …and to hell with what the media
          thinks…what matters is what the people know, the uninformed know they are uninformed and will seek knowledge …all these newly employed blue collar workers know where their new job came from
          .

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        • Marc says:

          I say fire him and keep offering good, solid Swamp drainers that Mitch will have to vote down. The point is to openly expose the Uniparty Senate for what they are.
          If I were POTUS, I’d force up or down votes on a couple really good people to back McConnell into a corner on Cabinet picks until the Senate caves or Trump simply goes without an AG. Less pushback from media when there’s no one at the top spot.

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          • I understand your frustration Marc, but not sure I agree with mass exposure of Senators, just yet. You do realize there will be another impeachment vote, right? President Trump is playing the game perfectly… exposing them slowly enough to start draining the swamp, but pulling the drain plug out immediately will end his presidency. I wish he could do it quickly too, but this is politics and he is a master politician.

            I trust his approach; I never thought I’d see even this much progress in my lifetime.

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        • amjean says:

          I read that President Trump can install a interim AG for a period of months
          without confirmation.
          I think he should fire Barr, then keep installing interim AG’s until he finds the
          right one….I say Sidney Powell and/or Rudy Giullani, etc.
          And, I think the FBI should be shut down, renamed, relocated and restaffed.

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      • John Ostrowski says:

        Crack the shell……. Power corrupts, absolute power corrupts absolutely. Time is on Trump’s side. He has a hammer, and will use it when he wants us to win again. Doubt it ?
        check his record. A hammer is a wonderful tool, and has many uses.

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    • underwhelmingposter says:

      Not sure of this talk against Barr. The show after Ingraham tonight had a couple of pundits (paid contributors?) that stated something to the effect that Barr being fired or Barr quitting would doom PDJT’s second term. It would give the MSM fodder for nine months of torture. And it may lend credibility to arguments about management style and treatment of personnel. They suggested that PDJT tone down the tweeting (if not actually stopping it) of things that Barr is working on. We all agree with transparency and open communication. There will never be a more open President again. The deep state will own the next Presidents (after PDJT). My underwhelming opinion is that these pundits make absolute sense. I truly believe at this point in time, PDJT needs Barr and needs to back off of his pressure inducing tweeting. Indictments will happen, prosecutions, but probably no convictions. The public needs to have this double standard slap them in the face. That is better for us than having the MSM barking about what the alternative would be.

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      • Dutchman says:

        How many months did PDJT make clear his displeasure with Sessions, before he fired him, right after the midterms?

        Have figured for some time Barrs “best by” date is Nov. 4 th, 2020. Wray, too.
        By then, most of those who support PDJT will realise Barr/Durham is Sessions/Huber 2.0.

        As with firing Sessions, when he finally did it, there was no furor.

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      • amjean says:

        Then fire him after the election. Who gives a sh*t then? This is war and should be
        war.

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  6. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “Tonight, Fox News’ Sean Hannity invites Flynn’s lawyer Sidney Powell on to his television show so that she can listen to him talk about it.”

    Someone we can believe. Sidney Powell, that is.

    Although Sean Hannity is on our side, he is muzzled by the constraints of operating under the Faux News umbrella. So he has to hype his TV show for ratings, etc. I would think that it is fair to surmise that he undoubtedly has more latitude on his radio show.

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  7. L4grasshopper says:

    Too much Hannity….not enough Sidney……

    But damn….I hope for once Mr. Tic Toc is right about upcoming events. As Ms Powell said….if it doesn’t happen, trust in the DOJ is just gone….

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  8. L4grasshopper says:

    Too much Hannity….not enough Sidney……

    But damn….I hope for once Mr. Tic Toc is right about upcoming events. As Ms Powell said….if it doesn’t happen, trust in the DOJ is just gone….

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  9. treehouseron says:

    Why in hell would we believe an outside prosecutor would be fair, or would do the right thing? It’s all clearly rigged, I held on for three and a half years believing that right would win out in the end. It’s bullshit. We’ll be GERMANY eventually. We’ve got 4 more years of President Trump, and then if God doesn’t intervene (and maybe he will, how would I know)…. the nation is completely lost.

    Really if you think about it, 200 years or so is a long time for a nation to be successful, we can’t expect much more. The structure of our government and our ‘justice’ department insures that all of this nonsense is possible, it’s not going to be fixed because it’s ‘institutional’. There will always be a Comey or McCabe or Barr. We will always be under constant threat of prosecution if we ever step out of line.

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    • WES says:

      Tree:. Barr’s move today was not in Flynn’s best interests. It severely hurts him! Barr is now openly playing politics with justice!. With Barr in charge, trust in DoJ just died! Flynn will continue to be prosecuted just like Stone!

      Barr has now openly betrayed President Trump.

      Sadly President Trump is likely now in big trouble!

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    • Dutchman says:

      tree;
      Don’t look now (actually, DO look now, its just an expression) but GOD HAS intervened.

      How else do you explain DJT, who never ran for office, winning his first time ‘at bat’?

      How do you explain his success economically, in trade deals, militarily, DESPITE resitance from almost all quarters?

      “How would I know?” by using your eyes/ears, mind and opening your heart.

      PDJT’s success is a miracle, there simply is no other explanation.

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      • Yes, it should not be forgotten. I am reminded (repeatedly, over many years now) of the scene in “The Ten Commandments”, when Moses, at the side of the Red Sea and in the face of the rapidly approaching Egyptian army, shouts, “Stand still! And see the mighty Hand of God!” And what follows….

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      • Conservative_302 says:

        Having faith is easy when things are going well in our life. The true test of faith is having faith when things do not go our way or appear to not go our way. If we lose our faith in God, these evil people have won more than just an earthly battle. We can never give them this win. I, too, have been pretty faithful until I heard about Stones excessive sentencing and all that has happend to Flynn. These things really upset me.Today we hear McCabe will not be indicted. Its a double punch to the gut. We have a circle of control and a circle of concern. We must refuse to take the bait and get overly upset about things we don’t control. We have to stay in faith. I think back to when I was a kid, never watched the news, and couldn’t stand when my parents turned to it when I wanted to watch Match Game with Richard Dawson. Remember? I didn’t watch the news and the sky didn’t fall so I will stay in faith, pray to God to save us and protect/bless president Trump and al who support him. God, please bless us all.

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  10. Drogers says:

    I’d like to see both Mr. Flynn and Ms. Powell catch a break in this case. For what they’ve put the General through, his adversaries should be beaten w/ a knotted rope.

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    • JohnCasper says:

      “I accuse” (J’accuse) was the letter written by Emile Zola to the president of the French Republic in defense of Alfred Dreyfus who had been wrongly accused of treason by the French Army. It was published in the newspaper L’Aurore on Jan. 13, 1898.”

      History at least rhymes, if not repeats with Michael Flynn as Alfred Dreyfus and Sidney Powell as Emile Zola.

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  11. Serpentor says:

    Sidney: It’s far worse than you thought Sean
    Hannity: Something big is about to happen, it’s going to crash down on them. Trust the plan!
    Sidney: Well, if Barr doesn’t enforce the law, the whole country is going to crash down.

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  12. H.R. says:

    Is there anyone, anyone who hasn’t shouted at their TV set, “SHUT UP, SEAN!”?

    Anyone? Anyone? Bueller?

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  13. Parrot says:

    Durham is the last hope.
    End of the line.
    No where else to go.

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    • treehouseron says:

      Why would we trust Durham to be any different than any of the others? There’s nothing special about that guy, and he was picked by the same guys that screwed us before. It’s already the end of the line.

      It’s like the Democrats right now who are stupid enough to think they’re voting for a nominee. People are campaigning, out standing in line, spending money, donating time & money, working for people’s campaigns…. all so that the DNC can literally sell Mike Bloomberg the nomination. It’s all an illusion.

      This country went to hell a long time ago, and we all thought for a moment there that Donald Trump could fix it, but it’s too far gone. We won’t see any of this repaired in our lifetimes.

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      • Parrot says:

        “Why would we trust Durham to be any different than any of the others?”
        No reason to trust him at all.
        Good or bad, there is nowhere else to go.
        The DoJ decides on all prosecutions, even over the head of the AG, who is terrified of mass DoJ resignations if he steps out of the Admin State line….there is no appeal.

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      • WES says:

        Tree:. Did Huber leak? No! Why because he wasn’t doing anything!

        Has Durham leaked? No! Why because he isn’t doing anything!

        Barr revealed to us today who he really is!

        Has Barr leaked? No! Why because he is doing nothing!

        There is no pattern here!

        If you see a pattern, then I have 100 acres of consolidated moose pasture to sell you!

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    • ezpz2 says:

      And again, Shammity said we’re waiting for a Durham REPORT.

      And earlier, he was spinning like a top, saying he haz sources and justice is coming, big things . Tic toc.

      Same gibberish, different day.

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  14. jmilamdeal says:

    This junk has gone past the time to do something, and anyone with half a brain and some common sense is realizing that something is very wrong in our government agencies. The thing that really gets me is Clinton, Comey, Brennan, and a number of others have not been placed in jail, or even had charges brought up against them, while General Flynn and Roger Stone are facing jail time and been bankrupted for nothing nearly as bad as what those people have done!!

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    • treehouseron says:

      It’s all clear as day now, President Trump has revealed to all of us the MIRAGE we lived under in the past, we actually thought there were good people fighting for this country, but the truth is there aren’t any of them in power, and the President’s power is much less than we thought before this.

      He’s in a position where most of this shit, he has no option to even do anything about.

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      • Liked for the first half ron, and for the opportunity to remind you that there is PLENTY President Trump can do about it, if (we will) we give him his second term.

        All it takes is an abrupt chance in those he has hired with the right replacements based on honey badger don’t give a sh!t.

        We all know some of the right persons to fill all of the right jobs to get things going right, and if he has to do four years of “interim appointments” (it won’t) then so be it.

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        • Dutchman says:

          IMHO, The real enemy is NOT the,DOJ/FBI coupists, nor is it the batshite crazy Dems in the House….

          Its the Republicons in the Senate. Notice how turtle McConnell stuck his head out of his shell, to support Barr?

          Notice how McConnell, Burr etc. Denied PDJT his pick (Ratcliff) for DNI?

          NOTICE, NOTICE, NOTICE,…that the center of all the corruotion, and resistance is Senate Republicons?

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          • DeWalt says:

            You got it Dutch.

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          • amanda4321 says:

            Agree with what you said about the Senate Republicons, but I also still think the others (DOiJ, FBI, coup plotters, Dems) are the enemies too–and that’s the problem, almost the entire govt IMO is dirty and corrupt, except for a handful or so (e.g. Trump, Jim Jordan, Meadows, Ratcliff, Rand, and a few others). I truly don’t know what the answer is.

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    • RedBallExpress says:

      Totally correct. I have posted several times these clowns are taking cash bribes by the suitcase full probably right in front of others. A lot of people still think they are promised high paying jobs after their political careers are over as well as stock market tips etc. That is total B.S. They want and get C.O.D.

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  15. sb says:

    I’m optimistic that this review of Flynn’s case will lead to them dropping the charges.

    However, I think this is a consolation prize for when Durham does nothing.

    Liked by 1 person

    • treehouseron says:

      Why would they drop charges? They openly flaunt it in our faces, they don’t care what we think about it or what’s right or wrong, they’re going to shishkabob this guy and we’re all going to watch them do it with impunity.

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    • WES says:

      Sb:. I am not a lawyer, but somehow I don’t have a good feeling about this move benefiting Flynn. I suspect it reduces his legal room. Just like the last ruling from Sullivan did.

      The DoJ is as corrupt as ever! Barr proved that today big time!

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      • smartyjones1 says:

        One doesn’t need to be a lawyer to “suspect” how wrong it is to conclude that a federal prosecutor reviewing from outside of Gen. Flynn’s case is limiting to his legal defense.

        SMH.

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      • convert says:

        People keep saying there’s nothing we can do about any of this? Wrong. America can get off its ass and vote. What’s our voting percentage–less than half bother, right?

        If Repubs- took back the House and added about 3or 4 seats in the Senate, Trump could wrest away McConnell and the Swamp’s control of the DOJ/FBI/CIA appointments, could actually ADJOURN and allow recess appointments.
        I would love to see the President record a commercial and run it bigly Nationwide right now calling out the American people for not voting, for not actively helping him fight the tremendous corruption of our federal law enforcement and intelligence gathering, and the breathtaking corruption of our politicians engaged in taking money from foreign companies in exchange for our tax money.

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    • ezpz2 says:

      Sb, I see it as more stalling.

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  16. Ollie says:

    I record it so that I can fast forward Sean’s com but he still gives us truth. I doubt there is anyone who hasn’t yelled at their television telling Sean to let his guest speak!

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    • Sigh2016 says:

      So basically, you watch about 4 minutes of a 60 minute show. Spending more time with your finger on the FFWD button than actually viewing content. I gave up entirely-too much work.

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  17. JohnCasper says:

    Sidney tis brillig with her slithy toves
    They do gyre and gimble in the wabe
    All mimsy are her borogoves
    And her mome raths do outgrabe

    Sidney took her vorpal sword in hand
    Long time the Deep State foe she sought
    So rested she by an old oak tree
    And stood awhile in thought

    And as in thought she stood
    The Deep State Fascists trying to put the Nation to flame
    Came whiffling through the tugly wood
    Burbling lies and subjugation as they came!

    One, two! Red, White and Blue!
    Sidney’s vorpal blade went snicker-snack!
    She left their attacks dead, and with the things head
    Sfe went galatphing back

    *Jaberwocky says it all.

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  18. Hannity takes wishful thinking to a whole new level. I see NO indication that Barr and the DOJ are going to hold anyone accountable for anything. If the past is prelude, he will let them all walk. He will hold Flynn and Stone accountable at lesser sentences, but they will be punished. No one, I repeat, No ONE fro Comey to Brennan to Clapper will pay for their high crimes…

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  19. The Boss says:

    After all of the BS this week the last thing we needed to see was Hannity wasting Attorney Powell’s brief opportunity to share her perspective.

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  20. Komrade Retslag says:

    Hannity begins the show announcing Sidney Powell’s response to the outside prosecutor assigned to review the Flynn case. Instead, the discussion was a rehash of FBI misdeeds, which we are all familiar with. Hannity dominated, and Powell did not have time to explain what impact the outside prosecutor might have on the case.

    Sidney Powell, and others fighting the deep state, should not go on Hannity’s show. He never gives them time to speak. Instead, they should only go on Lou Dobbs’ or Maria Bariroma’s shows. These two interviewers give their guests much more time to speak.

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    • treehouseron says:

      I like the guy but I honestly think he’s not that smart. No offense to him. He doesn’t notice nuance like you mentioned, there’s no need for him to rehash stuff, this topic is pretty deep and people are looking for deep in the weeds commentary about it that he’s not smart enough to understand, they want.

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    • Garrison Hall says:

      Hannity did himself no favors tonight. What’s he’s been doing these past few months is telling us to wait-for-the-next-finding which with then Really, Really blow the lid off things.
      But, then, nothing happens. To date none of the main players in the on-going coup effort have been touched by legal charges, the rampant wrong-doing by Obama and Clinton is apparently sacrosanct and untouchable. Meanwhile the good Mr. Hannity who undoubtedly means well is left with telling that the real move against the Deep State in just around the corner and will happen with the very next “finding”. And yet, after all these years nothing is happening. Note to Mr. Hannity: nothing is going to happen. The fact is that all the Deep State players are going to walk.

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  21. She never got to say what she thought about a Special Counsel. WTH?

    Liked by 7 people

  22. Graham Pink says:

    I thought it was only me wanting Hannity to STFU!
    And I only pop into his radio show once in a while.

    Liked by 3 people

  23. Linda K. says:

    I wonder if Barr has hired an outside prosecutor to avoid giving Sydney access to all the exculpatory evidence she requested…?

    Liked by 4 people

    • WES says:

      Linda:. I suspect you are correct. This move hurt Flynn legally and likely prevents him from ever being able to get a fair trial.

      Liked by 1 person

    • LafnH20 says:

      Attention in the compound!!

      The outside prosecutor has reviewed all exculpatory evidence and concluded that, in fact, there is no exculpatory evidence worth mentioning.

      That is all.

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  24. UberRight says:

    From the highs of last week, to the lows of this week. The Swamp was bound to fight back after last week. The more they thrash, the more they expose themselves, including Faux News and how they downplay the outrage of McCabe getting off. President Trump knows how far he can push, and how fast. Once he has his second term, and the House is back, then he can operate from a position of maximum strength.

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  25. HickTick says:

    Does AG Barr think he can put Toothpaste back in the tube , Its too late for that , Everybody knows now they had to get Flynn out of the way as soon as the President took office , They all knew Flynn would see their spying and stop it , Then they had to get Sessions out because he wouldn’t sign those FISA warrants , It allowed them to spy on 33K people connected to PDJT .
    As soon as Comey was fired they already knew they could name SC Mueller , Rosey kept it all going , knowing their was nothing . . It is a COUP

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  26. Bubby says:

    Let’s hope the outside prosecutor isn’t Huber! Or would that be too obvious a fix? I’m becoming very cynical after all the rigging that happened today. Deep State is celebrating! So much for Lawfare being so inept! President Trump better start developing a new plan of action to release all the classified materials relating to the Russia probe without AB Barr being involved. I don’t believe Barr has any intent to release any of the really damaging classified material setting up a confrontation the President. I don’t believe AG Barr will do anything meaningful regarding the abominable prosecution of Flynn or Stone! Hope and pray I’m wrong but after today hope is starting to fade! Godspeed President Trump!

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  27. hawkins6 says:

    Here is a Lou Dobbs antidote to Hannity’s monologue. Warning: Some John Solomon tick tock included.

    https://video.foxbusiness.com/v/6132733595001/#sp=show-clips

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  28. Cathy M. says:

    I’m surprised Sidney didn’t mention this.

    “A Justice Department official said Jensen is working with Brandon Van Grack, a member of special counsel Robert Mueller’s team, to review the Flynn case.”
    https://mynorthwest.com/1720266/u-s-attorney-helping-review-flynn-case-is-ex-fbi-agent/?

    Van Grak was also one of the attys handling Flyn’s case.
    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/doj-clashes-with-flynn-lawyers-over-bid-to-oust-prosecutors-and-dismiss-case

    So, Van Grack is investigating Van Grack???

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    • Former Lurker says:

      Not really. I think it means this Jensen, who was with the FBI for ten years and left before Mueller swampified the leadership, and was appointed to his current position by PDJT, is going to be asking Van Grack a lot of questions.

      Mr. Jensen has a history of prosecuting white collar crime, and Sydney Powell has claimed she has evidence of wrongdoing by Van Grack in regards to the Flynn plea deal.

      It’s likely that Jensen is going to ask Van Grack what the blue blazes was he up to when they set up Flynn, and then threatened his son to get him to plea.

      If it was going to be a friendly swamp coverup, I just don’t think Jensen is the man they would bring in. He’s old school FBI and may view the way the FBI’s reputation is being trashed by the likes of Strozk, Mueller and Comey with a jaundiced eye.

      Just perhaps Barr is playing a game where he has to act like the institutions he overseas are expected to function fairly, because if he calls the baby ugly too soon it sets off a political poopstorm that would endanger the imminent prosecution of the spies and plotters.

      Tick Tock, I know, but I think we are passed a tipping point where no punishment for coup plotters is a non starter, but the second term has to be won or this all stops and nobody pays. It’s still a long way to November, and POTUS is a master of timing and grand entrances.

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  29. montanamel says:

    Well, at least all this BS of “he said, she said, we all said” is getting aired and answered during these cold winter months… IF the words of Barr are to be taken at face value and with common understanding as to meaning….we have a BIG Problem, Houston!!!… How we get from “here” (with all/most of the rats still in the good ship lollipop) over to “house cleaned and de-rat’ed” or some similar state of affairs….I just don’t see the path right now…. I am coming around to the thoughts that Barr is NOT the person/man to set things right….at all / ever…. no how / no way….

    I return to my original thought line….. at least we are doing this during our COLD WINTER DAYS. That leaves our “nice spring days” for a million or more of us to hit the roads and move into Washington DC for a long stay… FULL BATTLE RATTLE…. with some/many 18-wheeler’s in reserve with war-stores…. ie: We be going to the mattresses for the “family”…. Going to war is never easy, nor taken lightly….many will die on both sides of the line drawn in the sands of time. We fight for our Country and our “elected leader” — others need not apply…. Remember to clean out those nests of commie’s along the way to DC….all those pits of vipers in our schools/colleges.

    Light ’em if you got them and feel the need – there may not be another chance. Check-6

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  30. Cathy M. says:

    “Sean Hannity invites Flynn’s lawyer Sidney Powell on to his television show so that she can listen to him talk about it.”

    And that’s one of the main reasons why I quit watching his show.

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  31. Mudd says:

    It was refreshing to see that the special prosecutor is not from the swamp. Went to school in Indiana and then St.Louis University.

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  32. islandpalmtrees says:

    President Trump has only one move left. Declassify and release all the documents.

    As for Barr, and the people like him. Perhaps it’s time to bring back an old practice called shunning? Don’t yell at them, ignore them in every way.
    Shunning can be the act of social rejection, or emotional distance. In a religious context, shunning is a formal decision by a denomination or a congregation to cease interaction with an individual or a group, and follows a particular set of rules. It differs from, but may be associated with, excommunication.

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  33. As a man thinkth says:

    The president can appoint an acting AG for up to 11 mo.
    …and to hell with what the media
    thinks…what matters is what the people know, the uninformed know they are uninformed and will seek knowledge …all these newly employed blue collar workers know where their new job came from
    .

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  34. GGHD says:

    Both President Trump and Congressman Devin Nunes are talking about the “Dirty Cops” in the Muck of the Washington DC Swamp. … In response, all we hear from the Swamp Creatures is gaseous noises coming from deep in the Swamp-Muck.
    TheConservativeTreehouse has an article today, that translates the gaseous noises from the Swamp Creatures: = “Chaff and Countermeasures – Senator Graham Asks AG Bill Barr for “Spygate” and “FISA” Witnesses…” February 14, 2020.

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  35. Dude1394 says:

    Very clever and true, invited on to listen to Hannity talk about it. Heh

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  36. hokkoda says:

    We really out to start putting “outside” prosecutor in scare quotes…

    Unless the “outside” prosecutor is three people with no connection to the DOJ and the Federal Government, and whose social media history has been scrubbed, and who scrupulously avoid campaign donations, etc etc, there’s really no way to get a fair review.

    DOJ appears to want to continue the process of letting their own people go while nailing anyone friendly to Trump to a wall. Since they’re not going to take the easy way out, and they absolutely do not want a trial, they have to claim some sort in internal review debunked Flynn’s claims.

    Remember what I said about Flynn a couple of months ago…sometimes it’s better to pay the $2 and then fight to clear your name. Barr seems very unwilling to tarnish the fraudulent Mueller investigation and the few meager fish Mueller caught.

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  37. hokkoda says:

    We really out to start putting “outside” prosecutor in scare quotes…

    Unless the “outside” prosecutor is three people with no connection to the DOJ and the Federal Government, and whose social media history has been scrubbed, and who scrupulously avoid campaign donations, etc etc, there’s really no way to get a fair review.

    DOJ appears to want to continue the process of letting their own people go while nailing anyone friendly to Trump to a wall. Since they’re not going to take the easy way out, and they absolutely do not want a trial, they have to claim some sort in internal review debunked Flynn’s claims.

    Remember what I said about Flynn a couple of months ago…sometimes it’s better to pay the $2 and then fight to clear your name. Barr seems very unwilling to tarnish the fraudulent Mueller investigation and the few meager fish Mueller caught.

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  38. Lenfb says:

    I have no hope this turns out well for Gen. Flynn

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  39. Michael says:

    A pool shark (TRUMP) is someone who suckers someone (DEMS/MSM/RINOS/DS) into playing them for money knowing full well, that that they are a significantly better and more skilled player, thus making the match very unfair. In both golf and billiards, it is quite easy to mimic a player of much less skill in order to entice a greedy victim into playing for money or more money when if they knew how good their opponent really was, they would never consider such a gamble. It is also very often referred to as “hustling”.

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  40. Darren says:

    I don’t think anything is going to happen. If they were to unravel spygate, Obama and his inner circle would be implicated. The establishment will not let this happen. Obama is protected by some powerful donors. They have successfully kept the heat at bay. Trump, on the other hand, is not protected. It is open season on Trump. No one is going to prosecute the spying. We are fortunate enough to get a glimpse of this dirt that we weren’t supposed to see. They will do whatever they can to cover this up with fake investigations and A lot of hand wringing. To Trump’s chagrin, he was done dirty and he likely will not get justice.

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    • Dutchman says:

      It is NOT Obummer or his admin people, that are the power behind the coverup. It is Republicon Senators who are complicit in the coup.

      Why wouldn’t Republican Senators,,up for reelection, knowing that PDJT has higher support among Republican voters than REAGAN, and having majority in Senate, NOT be pounding on this coup and coverup, to make Dems look bad, and themselves look goid, in order to improve their chances in 2020 election?

      Judiciary hearings on FISA abuse, on DOJ and FBI malfeasance in 2016 election.

      SSCI hearings on CIA and FBI involvement in 2016 election.

      Hearings on Ukraine, Biden and Burisma?

      Because they are COMPLICIT, is the ONLY reason that makes sense.

      The SSCI and gang of seven (minus Nunes) were totally on board, and complicit in Muh Russia/Mueller and by their lack of support/defence of PDJT they are countenancing the ongoing cover up and coup.

      There are two groups you have to corrupt, if you want ‘protection’; the FBI/DOJ and Congress. If you have them both, with both party leadership in Congress, you can commit any crime with impunity.

      You can run guns to Mexican cartels, in order to create gun violence on Southern border, to justify curtailing 2A by executive order.

      You can have IRS harass political threats.
      You can run weopons to Isis.
      You can rake in kickbacks for aid from foreign countries.
      You can even commit murder, just ask Seth Rich and Epstien.

      You can sell out the citisens of the country.

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      • wcmcgirt says:

        Dutchman, I agree with everything you said but just can’t bring myself to “Like” your post. The whole situation is so repulsive it makes me want to throw up.

        I appreciate your analysis and commentary and look forward to them.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Understood.
          To all who agree with my analysis, even though they don’t “like” it, National political parties START at the local level.
          We can NOT look to PDJT, to singlehandedly convert the RepubliCON party, back to the RepubliCAN party, by draining the DC swamp.
          WE need to join our local Republican party, attend meetings, open our eyes and ears and find out WTH is going on there.
          What do you think of Graham? Is a great test. If the wax on about his kavanaugh speech, and how he is,a loyal supporter of the President, you know they are either clueless or compromised.
          If the former, work to educate, if the latter, to remove and replace.
          If all those who support PDJT, but are not registered as Republican, would register and begin attending local meetings, along with those who ARE registered R, but have never attended a meeting,….local Republican party meetings would be like Trump rallys, and the old leadership, would either get on board or be voted out.

          THIS is how you makevthe Republican party, the party of Trump.

          Wanna know how Romney got in the Senate? The State party of Utah put him there, THATS how.

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  41. Jan says:

    When Sean talked to her this afternoon on his radio show (my time between 3 & 4 o’clock, eastern time 5 & 6 o’clock), she had just gotten off a plane. As she said then, Sean knew more than she did. She probably had not had much time to see anything before he taped his show tonight.

    I, too hate it when he talks over his guests.

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  42. martyb59 says:

    Of course I am, upset about the McCabe news today, but in reality if he were indicted does anyone believe a judge and jury in Washington DC would convict him?

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  43. TarsTarkas says:

    FOR EVERYONE HERE WHO ACCIDENTALLY DOUBLE-POSTS (Including me):

    I have found that if you post something and it does not immediately appear, the page will bounce back up to the top of the current comments page. If the view stays more or less where it is in the middle of the comments page, your post will probably appear right in front of you unless it is a very new comments page where lots of people are posting simultaneously, in which case it might be a few posts up and you can scroll up to it to see it.

    Stuff not immediately posting has to do with how many comments there are on a page, the fewer posts on a page, the more likely your post will immediately appear.

    So don’t get frustrated when your long screed doesn’t immediately show up, curse WordPress, and angrily repost it, it’s usually just caught up in the page refresh mechanism.

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  44. thaddeus j chwierut says:

    Sundance,…”Tonight, Fox News’ Sean Hannity invites Flynn’s lawyer Sidney Powell on to his television show so that she can listen to him talk about it”, LMAO, you’re sarcasm is brilliant. Hannity can have a great guest list, but seldom do we hear what they really think. I mute Sean out to keep my sanity. I am sure he is talented, fun to have a bear with, and a fighter for truth, but the repetition, cliches, name calling, anger, and monopolizing of his guest’s time are too much for my well being. Keep up the great analysis. And more important, keep up the faith. I so earnestly pray for truth and justice, and then, as the temperature rises, I quickly switch to grace and mercy. 🙂 Thanks for being a warrior.

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  45. thaddeus j chwierut says:

    I like Sydney Powell, it gives me hope that honest people remain in law enforcement. And again, not to repeat myself, but the Sundance quote was brilliant.

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  46. Sorry fellow Treepers if this was asked or answered before, but I keep reading the same criticisms of Sean.
    What is the deal the prosecutor had with Flynn’s former defense team that Ms. Powell refers to?
    And why (what is the excuse the judge made) is she not allowed to name the other FBI agent?

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  47. lumoc1 says:

    After reading most comments I think SD should probably change the title for this post to:
    “Sidney Powell Listens to Hannity talking about the Outside Prosecutor Reviewing Flynn Case….” 🙂 🙂

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  48. gnome says:

    A brave man, that independent reviewer. I hope he realises he now has a target pinned on his back and the dems will be going in hard after him if he proves to be an honest man.

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