Two-Tiered Justice – DOJ Informs Andrew McCabe He Will Not Be Prosecuted for Lying to FBI Investigators (3 Times, Under Oath)…

The Department of Justice has informed former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe he will not face criminal prosecution for lying to FBI investigators.  The lawyers for Andrew McCabe shared the DOJ letter:

The DOJ inspector general had previously sent a criminal referral based on the OIG investigation of Mr. McCabe leaking to the media and then lying to FBI investigators four times, three times under oath in 2017, about his activity.  [OIG Report HERE]

During an immediate appearance on CNN the former FBI Deputy Director criticized the Department of Justice for putting his “family through this experience.”  McCabe said it was an “insult” and a “disgrace” for the DOJ to put him through this for two years.

Lawyers for Mr. McCabe released the following statement:

As a reminder, this was the previous summary from an investigation carried out by the Office of Inspector General:

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840 Responses to Two-Tiered Justice – DOJ Informs Andrew McCabe He Will Not Be Prosecuted for Lying to FBI Investigators (3 Times, Under Oath)…

  1. spmi says:

    OK THIS IS A TRAVESTY OF EPIC PROPORTION
    ANDREW MC CABE GETS A FREE RIDE
    THIS IS CORRUPTION IN THE DOJ.
    Disgraceful
    Illegal
    BARR BETTER NOT SHOW US THIS KIND OF CRAP.

    Liked by 12 people

    • noswamp says:

      POTUS SHOULD GET IN HIS CAR, DRIVE TO THE DOJ, AND ASK BARR AND THOSE RESPONSIBLE WTF IS GOING ON??????

      Liked by 6 people

      • John-Y128 says:

        “POTUS SHOULD GET IN HIS CAR, DRIVE TO THE DOJ, AND ASK BARR AND THOSE RESPONSIBLE WTF IS GOING ON?”

        Baloney, he should of been having bi-weekly meetings with his AG and today he should tell Barr he wants to see him in the Oval Office…NOW! Not ‘get in his car’…

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        • noswamp says:

          John, Y128,
          It happens your way or my way, I dont care. As long as it happens!!!!!

          Liked by 1 person

        • vladdy says:

          And start by telling barr if he attempts to embarrass the president again by joining in with the left, commenting on how he chooses to communicate with the American people, he can go back into retirement. Boy, that entitled arrogance made me angry. That’s your boss you’re insulting, BTW.

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    • John-Y128 says:

      He’ll be getting his back-pay and full retirement soon.

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      • TheRepublicIsToast says:

        Y’all can get mad at John for peeing in your cheerios, but he’s right, Nobody is going to face justice. The federal cops can break laws with impunity. The rest of us can’t. And the traitorous Zero sails into the sunset laughing all the way to his beachfront home knowing that he pulled the biggest heist in American history,

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        • vladdy says:

          PDT ordered audits of all departments after he got in. Carson reported half a billion missing from HUD. Mattis said Defense figures were “too messed up” to be able to figure out! — which, I read, is part of why they didn’t get along. Wonder how much he took and let others take and how much of our money was redistributed to his Third World dictators buddies.

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        • John-Y128 says:

          Thanks, we must keep ourselves facing reality with our heads on straight. I am totally disappointed in AG Barr and understand, once again, why another ‘deep-stater’ was recommended to President Trump.

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      • GenEarly says:

        Comrades, Did you really expect the DOJ to investigate, and then to Prosecute DOJ FIB Elites??? Really??? Hope is usually a thin disguise for avoidance of Reality.
        I had such a hope, but Comey and now McCabe are both declined prosecution referrals.
        Meanwhile the democRats scream for Roger Stone to get 7 to 9years in prison for much, much less infraction.
        It’s over, send out the clowns, vote Blarney and let’s End the charades of this corrupt Feral government. Let it collapse. Walk away indeed!!!

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    • dougofthenorth says:

      So now we all know why Barr came out with his public rebuke of the Presidents tweets yesterday. He knew McCabe was getting let off the hook today when he said the tweets make it impossible for him to do his job. This is a public attempt to REALLY piss off the President and hope to force him to make an impeachable mistake. Does not matter if it is right or wrong, just a little something to hang on our President.
      So convict the blow hard Stone of nonsense charges, run up his sentence, challenge the President with a rebuke from AG, hope for a pardon from the pres. and let off a criminal or two who really really need to be held to account?
      This is off the chain and a real test of our President as the trap is blatantly before him. Will he enter?
      Or does he fire Barr and move his office into the DOJ headquarters for a hands on management of this criminal enterprise??

      JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE JUSTICE

      AT EVERY RALLY FOLKS!

      WE NEED JUSTICE

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      • FPCHmom says:

        Yes. They are saying this is because of the tweets.

        Liked by 2 people

        • mushr45m says:

          Tweet this!

          POTUS needs to grab the Mueller Report, both IG reports, both FISC reports, counterintell report, and start tweeting ALL the redacted portions.
          Start tweeting today.
          Tweet NOTHING else. Until EVERY report is out in the open.

          Maybe make one other tweet, before he starts.
          #$%^ YOU William!

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    • mike says:

      Dear Andy,
      Even if you are not a convicted perjurer (yet?), we know you are a liar and traitor.

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    • padremgf says:

      he just did….perhaps he will do the right thing and prosecute this open and shut case for integrity, justice, virtue, rule of law, et al, you know, do the right thing…

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  2. Richard Alan says:

    Disappointing. I suspect this will be the first of many “decline to prosecute”.

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  3. Pew-Anon says:

    So I guess it’s only outside the FBI that “lying” is possible. Inside the FBI lying apparently does not exist, only “lack of candor”.

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  4. doofusdawg says:

    Nothing prevents the doj from charging him later with these same false statements… like if Durham discovered “motive”.

    The fact that Barr has in effect hired another special prosecutor to review the Flynn case and potentially other “political” cases is huge. The origins of the Flynn case may be the way Barr gets to the bottom of the origins of Spygate. Who decided to target Flynn and why.

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    • mimbler says:

      They wouldn’t have issued a decline to prosecute letter that would damage future actions, if there was any intent to -ever- prosecute.

      And IMO, these special prosecutors reviews are established to give them reasons to evade questions and foia’s due to “ongoing investigations” that never produce charges.

      We’ve been watching this exact scenario under different bosses for three years now.

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      • doofusdawg says:

        I don’t look at anything pre Barr as relevant to where things are today. You may be right but Barr had too much to lose to put he and his family through this just to save the swamp. I just don’t see it any other way than Barr trying to save the country… not the institutions.

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        • mimbler says:

          You could make the same argument about Mueller, except we now know that it wouldn’t make any sense.

          Liked by 1 person

          • doofusdawg says:

            In the letter to McCabe attorneys it says “based on information known to the government at this time”. Not going to comment on Mueller other than to say it appears that Barr now has three U.S. Attorneys outside of main justice and the northern district of Va. looking at his special counsel actions.

            The fact that Yates has chosen to offer another oped attacking Barr is also telling.

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      • Mary Johnson says:

        I wonder if they gave McCabe immunity if he cooperates with Durham. The IG report is separate from Durham. To give cover to McCabe cooperation, DOJ releases will not prosecute letter. Just a thought.

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        • mimbler says:

          We never saw any of that with all the immunities they gave the people surrounding Hilary. I can’t come up with a reason why it would be advantageous or necessary in this case.
          Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.

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    • John-Y128 says:

      Stop, you guys and all your false hope, when will it sink in, nothing going to happen!

      Liked by 2 people

    • BigTalkers says:

      Answer: “First we F Flynn, and then we F Trump.” — Andrew McCabe

      Liked by 5 people

    • Erik Heter says:

      I think Barr hiring someone outside to review the other cases might just be a CYA band-aid. The news comes out today in the same day that it’s revealed that McCabe, despite lying his butt off and persecuting others (like Flynn) for allegedly doing the same, gets a pass on that behavior. Barr may be too gutless to do what needs to be done, but he’s not stupid, and he knows how bad this is going to look, so they let this news out on the same day as an attempt to quell the anger. I’m not buying it.

      Flynn may get off due to an appeal or due to a pardon eventually. But I think it would be absolutely foolish at this point to expect any relief coming his way from the DOJ, no matter how much malfeasance by the prosecution is eventually uncovered. Barr simply lacks the stomach to hold bad actors under his supervision to any account.

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    • montanadi says:

      The outside prosecutor assigned to review the Flynn case will be working closely with Van Grack. This is a farce.

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    • nyckers says:

      Dream on.
      The matter is CLOSED

      Sure, they can try to prosecute him on OTHER matters, but that has all been constructed with deniability.

      Unless and until you see John Brennan indicted, smug turd McCabe and his ilk will LAUGH at we plebes. A crazed never-Trumper friend who was an AUSA for two years and acts like he was Oliver Wendell Holmes told me when McCabe was fired he would never be charged, would get all his benefits back, and might even get a big check out of the FBI – in other words US.

      We PAY these people to cheat and lie and break the law, and they protect each other.

      Look at Weissman. He cost the taxpayer over $100 million in compensatory damages on ONE case, and is considered some kind of scholar. It does take a GENIUS to get 4 people killed and falsely imprison four mob thugs who get out and get $25 million each. That is a SPECIAL KIND of wizardry.

      Ugh. I wanna move to New Zealand.

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    • thefountainhead2007 says:

      It will take a powerful outsider to meaningful reform the USDOJ. Anyone who owes his/her success to the political and legal establishment will always lack the resources and/or courage to take necessary steps. No “special prosecutor” will save the day.

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    • Boots says:

      The fact that Barr has in effect hired another special prosecutor to review the Flynn case and potentially other “political” cases is huge.
      —–
      The fact that Sessions hired Huber was huge, also.

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  5. MIKE says:

    I’m thinking of marketing a new DS repellent; Is it too unoriginal to call it, “Barr-B-Gone”?
    Seriously, I can’t figure out how we expect this guy to indict political figures that he attends parties with, bar-b-ques, Kennedy center events, golf outings, business seminars, church functions, PTA meetings, kids’ soccer games, etc, etc.
    It’s not adding up for me. I don’t think he even wrote that speech he gave at the Federalists society a couple of months ago.
    Sorry to my ‘give Barr a chance’ friends… I tried to be open-minded…
    TRUMP 2024

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  6. Sam says:

    “ U.S. and U.K. Intelligence Agencies Worry About John Durham…” Unnecessarily.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Sam,
      I agree with you.

      I hope folks here remember Huber fiasco and how everyone were so optimistic that justice will be served because … wait for it … no leaks.

      Durham episode is Huber deja vu for me. Of course, I did not fall for the Huber investigation.

      Frankly, there is only one person to me that matters, and I know will do what he says – President Trump. Rest all, I think as SD puts it, are chaffs and countermeasures by DS.

      I am at a point now – wake me p if some DS actors really go to prison, because for all practical reasons, as I see it, President Trump supporters gets the slammer and solitary confinements, whereas these DS actors are openly gloating us in our face.

      SAD!

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  7. Linda K. says:

    I had hopes for Barr. But, if it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck and acts like a duck…

    Liked by 5 people

  8. dwpender says:

    (1) On September 12 — 5 months ago — Team McCabe leaked that his “appeals” to Barr and Rosen to avoid indictment had been denied. Fox and other media on “our side” celebrated for weeks. What happened? What possible “higher appeal” could have reversed the decision?

    (2) Now we know why Barr may his STRANGE (particularly for someone as careful as he with words) comments to ABC yesterday. He KNEW this was coming out today. Imagine how forceful DJT would have been today without yesterday’s chastisement!

    (3) Not quite as disturbing as the substance, but the LAST sentence is real salt in our wounds. “Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.” (!!!) Quite a statement for DOJ to make to someone in the target zone for much more serious indictments, huh?

    (4) Although I’m more than disappointed by (1) — (3) and what they portend, I have not given up hope that Durham obtains REAL indictments, including McCabe.

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    • mimbler says:

      With recent DOJ actions now revealed, I consider Durham with the same regard as Huber and Whitaker. Lots of initial hope, and zero results.

      Liked by 5 people

      • John-Y128 says:

        It’s all just delay tactics, then there’s the DOJ ‘election influencing’ cut-off date, 90 days before the election. Durham will be wrapping it all up, just before then, leaving no time for further DOJ investigative work, except the MSM won’t be held to that standard… The deep-state-eGOP might just get rid of Trump in November, he has few friends in DC.

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        • Zippy says:

          I’ve made exactly the same point here before. The oh-so-convenient timing for an investigation that should not have taken even REMOTELY this amount of time in the first place.

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    • grlangworth says:

      After experiencing the repeated self-castrating summaries of the Inspector General, I see that he finds and collects great facts but has no means nor mandate to use them. What has Durham found lodged in his Grand Jury’s teeth…?

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  9. Richard Whitney says:

    Either 1) he will be testifying against HRC & crew 2) there is a treason charge & Gitmo awaiting him or 3) no one need tell the truth ever again

    Liked by 4 people

    • G. Alistar says:

      Really….he will be testifying against HRC (when elephants fly) unless of ourselves he flipped long ago in order to avoid jail time? Treason….when elephants can fly airplanes. Which brings us to your third point. You need only to tell the truth when you are conservative or Republican or friend if Donald J Trump. Even when you do, DoJ criminal actors say the opposite or FBI guys simply destroy your 302 to fit their corruption.

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    • Linda K. says:

      It has taken a long time, but I no longer believe in this country or any election. I am proud of Donald Trump, but there is no one to help him.

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  10. Chiefco says:

    Will “they” actually allow Trump to be re-elected for a second term, even when the Citizens of the United States cast their votes in favor?

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    • Are they ready for a civil uprising across the nation if they don’t?

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      • jkash,
        “Are they ready for a civil uprising across the nation if they don’t?” – this is all bluster.

        Our side like to say “keeping my powder dry”. But frankly that is all they say and do.

        I guarantee, if President Trump is cheated out of his win in November – there will be nothing of the sort. There will be no “pussy hat” marches or “blowing up the white house” comments. Because that is what I see we are.

        Case in point – we have all watched videos of candidate Trump and President Trump’s supporter getting violently attacked. Was there ever a response in kind to any of those thugs?

        I am not advocating violence – but if we keep on offering the other cheek when slapped on one cheek, then the message that we are sending, and that is very well received by the violent left is loud and clear – we are sissy’s. At the minimum, at least,, our side should “defend” in similar fashion.

        Sorry for the rant – but after reading about McCabe, it is no longer about cold anger.

        Liked by 4 people

        • BoreMole says:

          I’m with you there, but my fantasies of a righteous insurrection died a long time before today.

          Honestly think about it – most of us have really good lives right now. I have a great wife, kids that are doing well, doing great financially, enjoying my time on earth… Why would I possibly put all that at risk for so little reward that so indirectly affects me?

          Times will have to get a helluva lot worse before things deteriorate to the point that someone is willing to stand in front of the tanks, proverbially. Otherwise the couple who do get irate enough will be written into history as nobody rightwing nutjobs.

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          • TPW says:

            If you think your “stuff” is safe if nothing is done…. than you are sadly mistaken. If elected they WILL confiscate your assets little by little.

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            • BoreMole says:

              I get it and agree, though I think at best, my comment above indicated a single instance of stuff, and lot of other comments about what goes beyond my “stuff.”

              My point is that if you’re looking to me to be the one storming the capital building in insurrection, I would humbly suggest I haven’t seen any of you on TV doing the same, so… what do YOU have to lose?

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  11. In that case, the court of public opinion, which has MORE THAN ENOUGH evidence to do a full documentary on this, could and SHOULD do a movie with the clout and talent that we can give, having numerous conservative actors who could deliver this with unparalleled drama and honesty so that even the snowflakes would be going after these people and all further efforts to make money or be on boards would be TOXIC.

    All the Presidents Men was box office boffo.

    This also has the STING in that there were many levels of GOTCHA that WE did deliver.

    The follow through would be unlike either though in that we could have the massive judiciary and legal teams dramatically shown, as well as the intrigue and the perversion.

    All of the investigators who have delivered unparalleled information have writing abilities and we have had numerous best sellers that could all collaborate to deliver this.

    ANd we have enough money for an independent production.

    The American people ARE the government and most have no idea WHY we have the freedoms that we do, HOW we got them, WHAT other countries without them do their citizens and WHAT efforts are being done by all of these roaming free and being paid by fake news to entrap, immobilize and exterminate us.

    DEFUND them and make these poison fruits unemployable and also sheer pariah in any neighborhood where they try to reside.

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    • Zippy says:

      “The American people ARE the government”

      Only in theory. To avoid putting the lie to that theory, the outrageous corruption must never be officially revealed. It must instead be covered up. Thus, not even so much as any indictments let alone prosecutions of government perps have occurred while their victims have been constantly harassed, prosecuted, and imprisoned.

      From the 2014 Princeton University study:

      Testing Theories of American Politics: Elites, Interest Groups, and Average Citizens

      http://scholar.princeton.edu/sites/default/files/mgilens/files/gilens_and_page_2014_-testing_theories_of_american_politics.doc.pdf

      Excerpts:

      A great deal of empirical research speaks to the policy influence of one or another set of actors, but until recently it has not been possible to test these contrasting theoretical predictions against each other within a single statistical model. We report on an effort to do so, using a unique data set that includes measures of the key variables for 1,779 policy issues.

      Multivariate analysis indicates that economic elites and organized groups representing business interests have substantial independent impacts on U.S. government policy, while average citizens and mass-based interest groups have little or no independent influence. The results provide substantial support for theories of Economic-Elite Domination and for theories of Biased Pluralism, but not for theories of Majoritarian Electoral Democracy or Majoritarian Pluralism.

      In the United States, our findings indicate, the majority does not rule—at least not in the causal sense of actually determining policy outcomes. When a majority of citizens disagrees with economic elites or with organized interests, they generally lose. Moreover, ***because of the strong status quo bias built into the U.S. political system*** [thereby describing the EFFECT of the administrative state without naming it – Z] , even when fairly large majorities of Americans favor policy change, they generally do not get it.

      …the preferences of economic elites (as measured by our proxy, the preferences of “affluent” citizens) have far more independent impact upon policy change than the preferences of average citizens do. To be sure, this does not mean that ordinary citizens always lose out; they fairly often get the policies they favor, but only because those policies happen also to be preferred by the economically-elite citizens who wield the actual influence.

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  12. Zippy says:

    The corruption can never be officially revealed. Even average citizens might then have the dangerous idea that a corrupt and unjust government no longer has any valid authority over them. Simple as that.

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    • It’s been revealed by brave investigators and enough people who are the good guys in ‘leadership’ have read all of this and are aware that the contained rage by the public is not endless.

      We outnumber them and clearly out think them.

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      • Zippy says:

        I said OFFICIALLY. To the masses who aren’t paying 1/1000th as much attention as we are here, that means -INDICTMENT AND PROSECUTION- and definitely -NOT- what just happened with McCabe. Can people not get that?

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    • IGiveUp says:

      1/2 the pop. already questions this government’s legitimacy. Decisions like this McCabe one will lead even Trump supporters to question the government’s legitimacy. It will not take much more for people to “walk away” and abandon a political system they’ve lost faith in.

      These are dangerous times. People are playing with fire. I wonder if they know what they’re doing.

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      • snarkybeach says:

        the Civil War was started with less provocation…

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        • snarkybeach,
          “the Civil War was started with less provocation…”

          That was before the time of Googles, FB, Apple, Twitter, etc. aka as the era when people valued their freedom.

          Today, the so called educated elites (we all are one now) and the ignorant masses, are willingly giving up their freedom and liberty in the name of convenience and technological advances.

          Sorry for my negative comments and posts today. I am the guy who always see glass half full or full even when the glass is seemingly empty – my rationale is it is full of air so it is not empty – but I guess I am not taking the McCabe’s news too well today. I will just read the comments and stop posting for the day.

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          • snarkybeach says:

            According to letters from the time, both the North and the South thought it would be a romp and over with soon. Neither side was able to stop the devastation that followed.

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        • mike says:

          We already have a civil war. The Democrats have been shooting at the Republic and trying to destroy it for quite some time now. We need the sleeping giant to awaken before it dies in its sleep…

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  13. jwh49 says:

    After listening to Hannity, my suspicions have been confirmed. This ONLY related to the charge of lying to Congress. It does NOT in any way address the fraudulent FISA applications. Sean is being told that something MUCH bigger is ahead. Also telling that Gen. Flynn’s case has been referred to another prosecutor tor review; believes that all charges will be dropped as they should be. I have faith in Trump and in Barr until he proves me wrong. Most important, I have TOTAL faith in almighty God as he is GREAT and in control. MAGA 2020!

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    • Erik Heter says:

      I’ll believe it when I see it. There was no reason whatsoever to drop these charges against McCabe, even if other charges against him are in the pipeline.

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      • mike says:

        Well, maybe Andy will give us a dividend and shoot his mouth off, or do something boldly reprehensible, now that he’s been “cleared”.

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      • Zippy says:

        “There was no reason whatsoever to drop these charges against McCabe, even if other charges against him are in the pipeline.”

        Exactly. With us mere dweebs they gladly pile on multiple charges.

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    • montanadi says:

      Did you not see that the outside prosecutor assigned to the Flynn case is to “work closely” with Van Grack? I don’t see this as a positive for Flynn but rather an assist to Van Grack who seems to be in a muddle.

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    • emroled says:

      When is Hannity correct about anything? Tick-tock! For several years, I was told there was a Santa Claus. Eventualy, though, I figured it out. All the people believing that Hannity has some inside line should do the same.

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    • Linda K. says:

      jwh49, I don’t know what to say except, keep your hopes up, but it is only hope, not real.

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  14. Somebody's Gramma says:

    Okay y’all… think of it this way, he’s not going to get prosecuted for lying… he’s going to be prosecuted for TREASON… hold tight.

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  15. Troublemaker10 says:

    Flash from the past.

    The DOJ wasn’t ready to take action on McCabe for some reason. It was a judges order to charge or dismiss that forced them to make a decision. So maybe there is more to this in the background going on?

    ———-

    Flash from the past:

    Judge angry with DOJ delays in McCabe prosecution decision: ‘This is not a hard case!’
    November 14, 2019

    https://www-washingtonexaminer-com.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/judge-angry-with-dojs-delays-in-mccabe-prosecution-decision-this-is-not-a-hard-case?amp_js_v=a3&amp_gsa=1&_amp=true&usqp=mq331AQCKAE%3D#aoh=15817114304307&referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&amp_tf=From%20%251%24s&ampshare=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.washingtonexaminer.com%2Fnews%2Fjudge-angry-with-dojs-delays-in-mccabe-prosecution-decision-this-is-not-a-hard-case

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    • Beigun says:

      Take a look at ‘Da Judge…former FISC!

      “Reggie Barnett Walton is a Senior United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. He is the former presiding judge of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.”

      There seems to be 800 pound conflict of interest with the Judge as a former FISC bubba and McCabe of FISA fame. Shouldn’t the Judge recuse himself??

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    • willthesuevi says:

      So the solution was to let him off, instead of prosecuting.

      Sorry, but this stinks higher than a catfish stuffed in a jar and buried for three months.

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  16. noswamp says:

    POTUS should not tweet about this first. Take action. Talk to Barr personally. Immediately pardon Stone, Flynn, and Manafort.

    Then tweet “They are pardoned now, Further action by the DOJ is hereby terminated. Congress can now take care of the real business at hand”.

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    • antiqueiron says:

      Allow me to adjust that. Fire Barr today, then pardon those three. Or, if Trump thinks it wise, wait until after the election to pardon them, but fire Barr now though. The insubordination in the executive branch must end and end hard.

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    • mushr45m says:

      No
      Pardon, then

      POTUS needs to grab the Mueller Report, both IG reports, both FISC reports, counterintell report, and start tweeting ALL the redacted portions.
      Start tweeting today.
      Tweet NOTHING else. Until EVERY report is out in the open.

      Maybe make one other tweet, before he starts.
      #$%^ YOU William!

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  17. Troublemaker10 says:

    Flash from the past.

    The DOJ wasn’t ready to take action on McCabe for some reason. It was a judges order to charge or dismiss that forced them to make a decision. So maybe there is more to this in the background going on?

    ———-

    Flash from the past:

    Judge angry with DOJ delays in McCabe prosecution decision: ‘This is not a hard case!’
    November 14, 2019

    https://www-washingtonexaminer-com.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/judge-angry-with-dojs-delays-in-mccabe-prosecution-decision-this-is-not-a-hard-case?amp_js_v=a3&amp_gsa=1&_amp=true&usqp=mq331AQCKAE%3D#aoh=15817114304307&referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&amp_tf=From%20%251%24s&ampshare=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.washingtonexaminer.com%2Fnews%2Fjudge-angry-with-dojs-delays-in-mccabe-prosecution-decision-this-is-not-a-hard-case

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  18. ericsrightsock says:

    Well it sure looks like the bottom has fallen out of Bill’s bagpipes ?

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  19. paper doll says:

    You can hardly get more banana republic than one side skates into TV , book deals, thinking tanks and corporation boards, while those on the other side are visited by a swat team at 4 am and treated like a mass murderers for far lesser ” crimes”….Wow.

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    • Ackman419 says:

      Anybody who is connected to Obammy gets rich.
      Anybody who is connected to PDJT gets railroaded.
      It’s like getting hit with a brick, it’s so stunningly simple.
      Even a caveman can figure this out.

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  20. I do find it provocative that Trump will have known this and yesterday he let it be known that he has full faith in Barr.

    I wonder what t’s like to be attempting to drain multiple layers of the swamp with a very small team of people who literally have to think 10 steps ahead of the people who have been dwelling in the swamp for closing on a century.

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  21. hannity’s already making excuses on his radio program. smh.

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  22. This is well beyond two tiered. There are Two completely injustice systems. One rewards supporters of the permanent ruling class regardless of guilt or innocence. In the other system, those going against the permanent ruling class are guilty until proven innocent (and the accused are never innocent).

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  23. Erik Heter says:

    At the end of the day, I think there are few outside of the president who truly have the guts to try to unravel the deep state and all its corruption to set things right again. It was always going to be a big task and one that took a lot of courage, a lot of intestinal fortitude. We already know that Sessions was sorely lacking in that department. When Barr came in and talked a good game for a while, I had some hope that he might be that guy, but my faith has been waning lately. Today, with the Barr-led DOJ declining prosecution of McCabe despite the obvious merit of the case against him, that faith was irretrievably destroyed.

    I hate to say it, but we are not going to recover our republic without serious political violence. Mind you, I’m not saying that’s what I want. Indeed I do not because once it starts you don’t know where it’s going to go. But when the rule of law breaks down so thoroughly, and when those in charge of keeping it intact are either too cowardly or corrupt to do so, it doesn’t seem like there is any other way out. With Barr’s condoning of the two-tiered justice system in such a blatant, in-your-face way as he did today, he’s codified the fact that we are no longer a nation of laws, only a favored class and an unfavored class. There is no going back now. We are done as a republic until the citizens of this country take it upon themselves to create a new one and get rid of any vestiges of the old one.

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    • I don’t know who you are Erik Heter, but I do know that your call for “political violence” is premature and dangerous.

      I wouldn’t post that here if I were you. Or anywhere else for that matter, not for now…

      We have a VSG President, give him another term to finish the MASSIVE job he told us he came to do. It cannot happen overnight, and there will be YUGE roadblocks in his way.

      But, until he’s no longer in the White House and things are STILL THE SAME as today, be careful what you wish for.

      Just sayn.

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      • Boots says:

        I don’t know who you are Erik Heter, but I do know that your call for “political violence” is premature and dangerous.
        —-
        “But Heinrich, we have a constitution here in Germany! Would Adolph really do that?!”

        “Mammy, mammy, mammy. You do not understand. The SS, the Gestapo, the Nazi par;ty and all of Germany hate us because we’re Jews. Do you not see that? The party has already banned my from being a doctor, taken all the Jews money, moved us to ghettos, and as we talk are deporting Jews to camps where they’ll be worked to death.”

        “Heinrich! You’re crazy! The German people would never stand for that! Our German friends would never let that happen!”

        “I am not crazy. I am old yes, crippled yes, but I know exactly what is going on. The Jews will be exterminated. It’s our fault for not rising up before in anger. For not rioting when we had the chance. For going along to get along. For registering our weapons thinking it would reduce crime. For allowing our freedoms to be taken one law at a time, and never, ever raising a voice in anger, much less raising a rifle to shoot the sons of bitches who will now exterminate our people.”

        Heinrich was sent directly to the gas chamber because he was too old to work. His last thought was hoping Mammy would survive. Mammy died of tuberculosis in Berkhausen. Her last thought was that Heinrich was right. The Jews should’ve shot all the sons of bitches when they had the chance.

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  24. Rah says:

    What was that about Barr being a straight shooter I kept reading in the comments here?
    As for me? I’m having a hard time not turning from a skeptic to a cynic.

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  25. Carrie says:

    About sums it up

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    • Summer says:

      Yes, and it would be foolish to expect otherwise. Honestly, I seriously doubt Durham (Huber 2.0) is going to produce anything different than “decline to prosecute” If anything at all. It is all smoke and mirrors and running out the clock. All talk no action.

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  26. Fred Garvin says:

    No one is going to see a jail cell. The swamp is too deep to drain. Trump can’t even find a decent AG. I’m not a businessman but I know how to fire people. This is beyond insane. The U.S. of A. is done for. Look at what’s going on in VA with all of this anti-gun legislation. Barr should be opening an office on the VA capitol grounds. It is a direct violation of the 2nd and 4th amendments. Instead, nothing. Not even from Trump. We need to stop getting our hopes up. We are toast.

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  27. Don McAro says:

    All the DOJ did today was tell McCabe the cancer has not spread to his liver…
    Doctor Durham is going to break it to him rather quick that its everywhere else….

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  28. IGiveUp says:

    Durham scrutinizing John Brennan’s handling of Russian interference in 2016
    by Jerry Dunleavy
    | February 14, 2020 09:02 AM

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/durham-scrutinizing-john-brennans-handling-of-russian-interference-in-2016

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    • lolli says:

      I just see this as more patronizing propaganda.

      Calm down the deplorables, keep them in perpetual “tick-tock” mode, then delegitimize everything true, and laugh while they destroy the Constitution with an illegitimate impeachment, pass a federal pre crime bill while we were looking away, so they can decide who is a threat, and now they want to silence PT.

      The coup is ramping up folks.

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      • amanda4321 says:

        Lolli- Yes,that’s how I see it–they are just playing with us, to give us false hope, make it look like the investigation is real and something is going to happen. I think they do this with the media all the time.

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    • Eileen McRae says:

      When you read about this on various media sites, I get the feeling that his scrutiny will only be about pinning Russian collusion on Trump! Read carefully exactly what he wants to find out: if there was more intelligence information that the CIA had re Trump and Russians than what they released!

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    • cja says:

      that is just to see what the process was to investigate Russia. No one’s going to jail over it. They’ll smell like roses when it’s over.

      They SHOULD be in jail for lies we already know about.

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  29. bulwarker says:

    If none of these swap creatures have been punished come November 3rd then I will stay home. Hear that Mr. President? You’ve had over 3 years. We’ve gotten ZERO JUSTICE.

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    • Ackman419 says:

      I won’t stay home, but I’ll be pissed and it will have an effect on my thinking about PDJT.
      There are a lot of us who really don’t want to go down the cynical road with Our Lion. But could you blame us if we did?

      We are highly informed, we have been deep in the weeds with SD, so a loss of belief in PDJTs swamp draining would be one result if there is no accountability.
      I think PDJT is savvy enough to understand this.
      No justice No peace

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    • Oh, well… that’s brilliant. /s

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    • GB Bari says:

      Not very smart. Actually pretty darn stupid.
      If you don’t re-elect President Trump in November, you’ll get less than zero justice, you’ll get a below-zero economy, you’ll get zero freedom of choice in healthcare, and almost zero take home pay after DemonRATs tax you into oblivion.

      Get ahold of your emotions and feelings and don’t let them take over your mind like Leftwing DemonRATs always do.

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      • TPW says:

        Will vote for Trump come hell or high water….but know this his MAGA KAG will dissipate like a fart in a whirlwind if he does not do something about the corruption. I mean He is wasting the better part of the last part of his life…..for what? He has got to address this for his agenda, his country, his family. There is no escaping it. These are Globalist ….both parties for 2 separate distinct reasons. They will have none of his MAGA it will be dismantled.

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    • I will vote for Trump but will never stay home and let demorats win! That’s the last thing anyone should do!

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    • Rah says:

      Don’t be a fool.

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    • Linda K. says:

      I don’t blame Trump. He had no political allies. He only has us.

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  30. Waymore says:

    I won’t jump out of the window just yet. I’ll wait to see what Durham does.

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  31. John-Y128 says:

    President Trump will have better success dealing with the Taliban than the Deep-Staters, Pelosi and Schumer.

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  32. IGiveUp says:

    John Cardillo
    @johncardillo
    They’ve only dropped the investigation arising from Horowitz’s 2018 referral.

    This has nothing to do with Durham’s investigation which is still ongoing.

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  33. wvcoalman says:

    This two tiered Just Us department nonsense should turn the CTH term “cold anger” into the “polar ice cap anger”. The question is what to do with it?

    We The People know that our Republic cannot survive with a two tiered, elitist, Just Us federal system of law that allow the likes of the coup attempt participants to walk free and then thumb their noses at us all the while making money on writing books and spreading propaganda on fake news networks.

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  34. donnyvee says:

    My optimism is badly deflated today.

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    • TPW says:

      People.. the whining is going nowhere…..we have got to find a willing organizer ….we number millions but PT must find a way to educate the masses….then their anger will move them……we will then be ready to overwhelm DC with our demands ….we need the likes of Levine , Hannity…..Rush….who by the way would possibly consider a big impact…GOD willing prayers for Rush…..but someone manyones with big megaphones. Surely they realize their jobs would be in jeopardy if the crooks win.

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  35. Michael R Lawson says:

    Given how many times I have seen this move in movies, i’ll wait for the end credits.
    “Let the crook go and follow him back to the main boss”

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  36. Michael R Lawson says:

    Given how many times I have seen this move in movies, i’ll wait for the end credits.
    “Let the crook go and follow him back to the main boss”

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  37. Michael R Lawson says:

    Given how many times I have seen this move in movies, i’ll wait for the end credits.
    “Let the crook go and follow him back to the main boss”

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  38. Lion2017 says:

    The timing of Barr’s interview yesterday didn’t feel right & today this. I hope POTUS fires Barr, pardons General Flynn & Stone & declassifies everything. Addresses the American people & states a two tiered justice system is not acceptable in this country!
    I think it’s a little late to be looking at the Flynn case now. Just more delays to appear to be doing something.

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  39. IGiveUp says:

    Luckily, the Big Trap, the Big Ugly, or whatever you wanna call it is going to be sprung very very soon, or not at all, and all of us will be put out of our misery–one way or another.

    But I’d bet my life there’s a happy ending.

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  40. Mac says:

    Again I will reiterate, Barr was made the AG to PROTECT the establishment, not to put members of it into jail.No one who can implicate or testify against the upper echelon of the Obama Administration, especially Then President Obama.

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  41. tsmifjones says:

    As far as I’m concerned Barr is a corrupt piece, jus lost ALL credibility, scared pussy boy, scared of the loser liar democrats. What this means there is no rule of law! No law people… Republicans go to prison for lying, and these scum democrats nothing!!! No law people… Have At It…………..

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  42. NJ Transplant says:

    I am hoping that this is because of the Durham case, where McCabe should be one of the top players.

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  43. paintbrushsage says:

    LOL! Barr’s plan (whatever it is) isn’t going to work without declassification. Trump needs to immediately declassify the list Sundance has put up several times of items needing to be declassified. POTUS needs to focus on reelection. That’s way more important trying to square the corners to the Obama political payback operation known as the Mueller probe.

    Russia, Russia, Russia!

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  44. Troublemaker10 says:

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  45. TheRepublicIsToast says:

    What I worry about more than anything is this taking the wind out if the sails of the Trump supporters. I mean, I feel like swallowing the blue pill, walking away from all media (including this site) and living my life free of the BS. I will not trust any government official, nor really care what happens in the world of politics. There will never be justice against corrupt and criminal governmental officials. It’s over. The republic is gone. Welcome to serfdom.

    I might change my mind tomorrow, but today I have lost hope in justice.

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    • Linda K. says:

      I feel like leaving the country for a tropical paradise.

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    • coastermomohio says:

      I will not take any blue pills or walk away from this. But I will still live my life and enjoy my children and grandchildren. They are gifts from God and I rejoice in that every day! And I will do what I can do, including voting for President Trump, working for his reelection and teaching my grandchildren what they need to know about this great country.

      I cannot change the world, but I can do something. Like the men who built the great cathedrals, I may not live to see the finished product, but that’s ok. I will do my part. And I will trust in God that someday I will know that I did make a difference.

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  46. Bill Henslee says:

    We peasants without law degrees simply don’t understand the nuances of legalese. Flynn talks off the cuff and is adjudged not lying –then lying– and is prosecuted so hard that he loses his home and they threaten to indict his son.

    McCabe is caught by the DOJ Inspector General to have lied under oath 4 tims, but that is not lying that can be prosecuted.
    fi
    However, peasants know the difference when someone pisses on our boots and says it’s just rain.Millions of us have lost all respect for our justice folks and I wouldn’t talk to a single one of them without an attorney present to tell them politely to Go Fish.

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  47. Joshua2415 says:

    This decision and recent commentary convinces me that Bill Barr is going to protect the illegal, corrupt, unjust, indefensible actions of the FBI/DOJ by dumping the entire sordid mess in the lap of John Brennan and the CIA. He will argue that every seemingly illegal act committed by FBI/DOJ staff was actually “legally predictated” based on intelligence provided by the CIA and other intelligence agencies. The fact that all of it was bogus is an issue that would be best addressed by the SSCI and House Intelligence committees, you know like the 9-11 and Benghazi investigations.
    In other words, everyone who works, or worked, in the swamp skates…unless they worked for Donald Trump of course.
    Justice in America is dead. Plan, and vote, accordingly.

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  48. cja says:

    Am I the only one who thinks this country is lost?

    Liked by 3 people

    • hillariousclinton says:

      I don’t…. not yet… I think we’re teetering on the edge held by a thread….who is holding the thread? John Durham…if Barr snips that thread…then yes, over we go.

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  49. Eric says:

    They will slow walk this crap until election time with the hope of Trump losing as it will then go away. In the mean time radio pundits and websites dribble out fantastic tales of the little guy finally getting justice against the big bad government. NOTHING is going to happen to anyone worth mentioning hence why they’re so brazen in the media. If their pieholes are spewing bs they know they’re safe. Tic Toc/next week/next investigation/next bombshell. BLAH BLAH BLAH. Crime pays, a lot.

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  50. litlbit2 says:

    The fruit don’t fall far from the tree or the only difference between the Justice Departments of Holder, Lynch, Comey, Barr appear to be name! And the Bagpipe blows!

    “And I looked for a Man to stand in the gap..” ?? Still looking Godbless President Trump!

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