DOJ Corruption – The Fork in The Road Few Noticed – What Bill Barr Needs to Explain to Everyone…

Foolishness and betrayal of our country have served to reveal dangers within our present condition. Misplaced corrective action, regardless of intent, is neither safe nor wise. The intelligence apparatus was weaponized against our candidate by those who controlled the levers of government. This is what AG Bill Barr needs to explain to the nation.

The position of Bill Barr today is a direct result of decisions made by the DOJ in the Fall of 2017 & Summer of 2018. The events surrounding the leaking of the FISA warrant used against U.S. person Carter Page, and the 2018 DOJ decision not to prosecute SSCI Security Director James Wolfe for those leaks, was the fork in the road moment for the DOJ.

Attorney General Jeff Session was recused, Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein was in charge and the Mueller investigation was ongoing. That was when the DOJ made a decision not to prosecute Wolfe for leaking classified information. DC U.S. Attorney Jessie Liu signed-off on a plea deal where Wolfe plead guilty to only a single count of lying to the FBI.

If the DOJ had pursued the case against Wolfe for leaking the FISA application, everything would have been different.  The American electorate would have seen evidence of what was taking place in the background effort to remove President Trump. We would be in an entirely different place today if that prosecution or trial had taken place.

Three 2018 events revealed the Wolfe issue:

EVENT ONE – On February 9th, 2018, the media reported on text messages from 2017 between Senate Intelligence Committee Vice-Chairman Mark Warner and Chris Steele’s lawyer, a lobbyist named Adam Waldman.

EVENT TWO – Four months after the Mark Warner texts were made public, on June 8th, 2018, another headline story surfaced.  An indictment for Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Security Director James Wolfe was unsealed on June 7th, 2018.

EVENT THREE – Slightly less than two months after release of the Wolfe indictment, another headline story.  On July 21st, 2018, the DOJ/FBI declassified and publicly released the FISA application(s) used against former Trump campaign advisor Carter Page.

♦ Later on December 14th 2018 a fourth albeit buried public release confirmed everything.  The FBI filed a sentencing recommendation proving it was the Carter Page FISA that was leaked by Wolfe:

HINDSIGHT – What we didn’t know at the time, simultaneous to the decision-making regarding Wolfe, was another (a second) DOJ cover-up effort was taking place surrounding the origin of the Russia-collusion fraud.

To further understand the decision-making of Rosenstein/Liu, as to why they hid the James Wolfe leak it is important to note the DOJ in the Eastern District of Virginia was creating the cover-story to block sunlight on the origin of how Wikileaks gained the leaked DNC emails.

On April 11th, 2019, the Julian Assange indictment  was unsealed in the EDVA.  From the indictment we discover it was under seal since March 6th, 2018:

(Link to pdf)

On Tuesday April 15th 2019 more investigative material was released. Again, note the dates: Grand Jury, *December of 2017* This means FBI investigation prior to….

The FBI investigation took place prior to December 2017, it was coordinated through the Eastern District of Virginia (EDVA) where Dana Boente was U.S. Attorney at the time.  The grand jury indictment was sealed from March of 2018 until after Mueller completed his investigation, April 2019.

How does this all connect?

What does it mean?

James Wolfe was confronted about his leaking by the FBI in December of 2017.  At the same time the FBI were investigating Wolfe and the SSCI, the FBI was also investigating Wikileaks and Julian Assange.   This matters because it shows what the mindset was within the DOJ in late 2017 and early 2018.

In both examples, Wolfe and Assange, the actions by the DOJ reflect a predisposition to hide the much larger background story:

• A prosecution of Wolfe would have exposed a complicit conspiracy between corrupt U.S. intelligence actors and the United States senate. Two branches of government essentially working on one objective; the removal of a sitting president.  The DOJ decision protected multiple U.S. agencies and congress.

• A non-prosecution of Assange would have exposed a complicit conspiracy between corrupt U.S. intelligence actors and a host of political interests who created a fraudulent Russia-collusion conspiracy with the central component of Russia “hacking” the DNC.  If Assange were allowed to show he received the DNC emails from a leaker, and not from a hack, the central component of the Russia interference narrative would collapse.  The DOJ decision protected multiple U.S. agencies and Robert Mueller.

As soon as Robert Mueller was going to release his Russia report, the EDVA shut down Assange with the DOJ indictment; in a similar way the DOJ shut down Wolfe with a weak plea agreement.

Again, the key takeaway here is the timing.  Both DOJ operations were taking place at the same time (Fall 2017 through spring/summer 2018).  Both hold a similar purpose.

What we can see from both DOJ operations is an intentional effort by Main Justice not to expose the epicenter of a multi-branch effort against the White House.

Some people within the FBI were obviously participating along with people within the DOJ.  However, not all Washington DC FBI agents/officials were involved.  We know there were genuine investigators, at least in the Wolfe case, because their investigative evidence shows Wolfe was leaking classified information.  If they did not present the investigative evidence that proves Wolfe leaked, quite simply we wouldn’t have it to show you.

Unfortunately, in hindsight we can see something internally within the DOJ happened because the FBI evidence against Wolfe was buried. Some high-level group inside the DOJ in Washington DC, in the Summer of 2018, was making decisions on what NOT to do.

These two events highlight corruption within the DOJ that existed despite the presence of AG Jeff Sessions, and apparently with the participation of DAG Rod Rosenstein.

The decisions in the Wolfe case are critical.  That’s the fork in the road.  If the Wolfe prosecution had continued it would have undoubtedly surfaced that key government officials and politicians were working together (executive and legislative).

The ramifications of the Wolfe case are stunning.  Had the prosecution continued it’s very likely a seditious conspiracy would have surfaced.

♦ I often field a question:  If you know this; if all of this information is in the public sphere; then why didn’t any member of the media cover it?

Here’s the answer: They couldn’t…. At least they couldn’t cover it and still retain all of the claims they had been making since March 2017 when journalist Ali Watkins gained a fully non-redacted copy of the Carter Page FISA application and first renewal.

Politico, The New York Times, CNN, MSNBC and The Washington Post are all implicated in the James Wolfe leak to Ali Watkins.  They had the FISA information since March 2017, yet those media outlets were disingenuously falsifying their reporting on the actual content of the FISA application despite their actual knowledge.

Remember all of the media denials about what Devin Nunes wrote in the “Nunes memo”?  Remember the media proclaiming the Steele Dossier was not part of the FISA application?

How was the media fifteen months later (July 2018) going to report on the Wolfe leak to Watkins without admitting they had been manufacturing stories about its content for the past year-and-a-half?

It was in the media’s interest NOT to cover, or dig into, the Wolfe story.

Additionally, from both the DOJ and Media perspective, coverage of the Wolfe leak would prove the senate intel committee (SSCI) was, at a minimum, a participating entity in the coup effort.  That same SSCI is responsible for oversight over the CIA, FBI, DOJ-NSD, ODNI, DNI, and all intelligence agencies.

Worse yet, all officers within those agencies require confirmation from the SSCI (including Chair and Vice-Chair); and any discussion of the Wolfe leak would highlight the motive for ongoing corruption within the SSCI in blocking those nominations (see John Ratcliffe).

Stunning ramifications.

There was a clear fork in the road and the DOJ took the path toward a cover-up; which, considering what the DOJ was simultaneously doing with Mueller and the EDVA regarding Assange, is not entirely surprising.

Was that decision wrong?  Oh hell yes, it was corrupt as heck. .

Were the decisions done with forethought to coverup gross abuses of government? Yes.

Where the DOJ is today is directly connected to the decisions the DOJ made in 2017 and 2018 to protect themselves and internally corrupt actors from discovery.

It is often said: “the coverup is always worse than the crime.”  This is never more true than with these examples, because where we are today… now miles down the path of consequence from those corrupt decisions… is seemingly disconnected from the ability of any institutional recovery.  That’s now the issue for Bill Barr.

If Bill Barr wanted to deal with the issue he would not be telling President Trump to stop talking about the corruption; instead he would be holding a large press conference to explain to the American people about that fork in the road.

That type of honest sunlight delivery means taking people back into the background of the larger story and explaining what decisions were made; with brutal honesty and without trepidation for the consequences, regardless of their severity and regardless of the friends of Bill Barr compromised by the truth.

Here’s a big reason why Bill Barr should take that approach: We Know.

We know; the DOJ trying to hide it doesn’t change our level of information.

Regardless of whether Bill Barr actually admits what surrounds him, there are people who know… We know…. You know…. AG Bill Barr shouting ‘don’t tweet‘ into the microphone like the Wizard of Oz doesn’t change the fact the curtain has been removed.

Turn around Bill, it’s time to come clean.

 

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894 Responses to DOJ Corruption – The Fork in The Road Few Noticed – What Bill Barr Needs to Explain to Everyone…

  1. Lottacats says:

    Yes Bill Barr, We Know.

    Liked by 25 people

    • peace says:

      How does Bill Barr know we know. Maybe we should all send BB. and email or a U.S. snail piece of mail letting him know. Maybe we should tell him to come read here.

      Liked by 17 people

    • litlbit2 says:

      If Bill Barr does not come clean, he should resign immediately! Either way imo, Barr is not naive, he also knows. Therefore, he is also a party to the attempted overthrow of the people’s President. For starters, Warner, Burr, Feinstein must go immediately. A new AG must be appointed immediately, then let the games begin! FAKENEWS on deck, Gitmo is ready, the Deplorables are ready, American Republicans are ready, Supreme Court ready, President Trump can handle it while running this great country. No fear Pilgram get’em out, get’em out. Can not think a more qualified, honest, American than President Trump, God’s Speed. 2020MAG/KAGA

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      • Bill Durham says:

        He took the job thinking Russia was a conspiracy theory or an overzealous FBI op. He found out different. He found out there was a coup and it was bigger than he ever imagined. He found out that that an ag wore a wire. He found out Mueller was wired. Trump knew too. Rudy knew too. How do you clean that up? Better to just clean up in aisle 3 and hope Trump is impeached and removed. Bad bet Bill. I sense this is worse than we can imagine. And now Barr wants out. He is begging to be fired. If Trump refuses, he will quit. Durham is doing nothing. Kabuki theater.

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        • litlbit2 says:

          Completely agree, just as the up coming Barr Testimony probably part of the Durham circus! Now how do we get to a real AG knowing the corruption that removed Ratcliffe is at present not in jail?

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          • Bill Durham says:

            Barr- “yes I can confirm that the president was spied on. But it was legally predicated. No evidence of any illegal spying. Mr Durham will releasing his report next week”. Bill Barr replaces mitt Romney as a man of honor and courage who spoke truth to power before he resigned. He will then get a month of puff pieces in the wapo, a book deal with Amazon, a Netflix special, and he will be the new legal analyst for CNN. Max boot will write a history book on him too. Jennifer Rubin will agree to lifetime booty calls.

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        • MaineCoon says:

          I agree with that, that, and that, too, and I agree that he is begging to be fired.

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          • Bill Durham says:

            Trump caught them all. Apparently Barr had no idea how many were involved and what they did. At some point Trump sat him down. Barr probably fainted when he found out how bad it was. Now Trump wants payback. The man has waited patiently for 3 years. And he is not getting impeached. The level of corruption was beyond what Barr imagined. He wants to walk away.

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            • Could be that AG Barr wants to walk away. Another thing to add is Barr may be afraid Attorney Durham is going to find out the truth and recommend indictments. That puts Barr further on the hot seat. No wonder he wants to bail or “be bailed”…….

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            • trnathens says:

              Everyone is afraid of what to do, because no one knows what to do NOW, because this has never happened before.

              You guys think there is a nefarious plot to keep hidden this evidence? My take: EVERYONE involved is scared sh****ss, and doesn’t know how to untie this Gordian knot.

              You are native to say, release it all, let the chips fall. Are you ready for China to permanently take control of the South China Sea? Who will stop them? Our country will be embroiled in the worst political fighting ever, if not active, and sometimes violent civil unrest. Can that be quelled, and our military actively engage in operations on a global scale, knowing that our military is made up of young people who will be affected by what’s happening back at home, and may even cause dissension in the ranks?

              This is SO big that I pray daily to know that God is in control. We MUST love one another, all of us. We CANNOT judge one another. Love is the only thing that can defeat hate and fear. Please, let’s all remember that.

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        • doofusdawg says:

          He knew everything before he orchestrated his comeback. He is trying to save the doj from itself and reform the fbi… the cia maybe not so much. Everyone needs to support him for another few months. If by May 1 the dung hasn’t hit the fan then he will have no friends at all… including me.

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        • Tl Howard says:

          No, he knew. Hell, most of DC knows the POTUS was framed.

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      • Petrel says:

        Our Founding Fathers knew all about corruptibility and attempted to design a government system with all sorts of checks and balances. We now know that the heads of major government agencies — FBI / Homeland Security / NSA / CIA etc — and members of Congress & Senate attempted to derail Presidential Candidate then President Donald Trump. As Sundance says, too much is known about the coup and AG Bill Barr can no longer sweep the conspiracy under the carpet.

        All the rationalizations about “protecting government institutions” were foolish to begin with and have led to “two systems of law” (one for the 0.0001% insiders and one for 99.999% of other citizens). A “two systems of law” is toxic to the survival of the nation, since it will lead to lawless contempt by the 99.999%. Bill Barr should come clean and lance this festering boil within the legislature and agencies, by revealing the full corruption.

        The American people are remarkably forgiving if transgressors fess-up.

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        • zekness says:

          these are not ordinary transgressions…at all.

          there will only be justice applied..fully, properly, harshly..

          and if one of them having served their prison terms decides to be contrite about it, we can debate about forgiveness…

          this is not stealing the lunch money…

          this is attempting to steal the very power of this great nation and to unwind the will of the power of the people.

          we I say this was a direct takedown attempt on the constitution, I mean that literally..

          it’s stealing from you and from me. And using unique special powers given to unelected officials to perform such a grand theft.

          think of it this way: imagine if russia tried to influence an election and to steal the power away from the citizens?

          this is exactly the same thing….but we would expect a foreign adversary to attempt such.

          these are people we have TRUSTED with the most extreme privileges of power….

          this is why we have very specific legal words like treason….traitors….impostors..miscreants…deceivers…quisling snakes…

          JUDAS!

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        • litlbit2 says:

          Very well said. The American people are also very well prepared to handle the complete rebuilding of this current corrupt system that is not benefiting anyone. IMHO even the Swamp is constantly looking over their shoulders.

          I do not know where we are going, but I do know AG Barr is challenged here. The Bush baggage is tremendous which just may prevent him from doing what he knows must be done! Does anyone seriously think the path currently promoted for the family children of Representatives or the Soros employees will make their senior years fun? Seen Biden, Romney lately.

          Barr continuing to blow Bagpipes is not it, another investigation is not it, another lying MSM episode is not it! It is time, the Hangman is waiting!
          It is TIME! The hour is late WE can handle it, it is the evil in charge.

          Barr might not make the cut, McCain did not either!

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    • TPW says:

      None of this makes sense. Everyone here has to admit Barr going on cable and proclaiming PT is hampering him from doing his job…well,,,,Barr does not do things like this…period…..I don’t know if this is a plan he and PT concocted or he is/was diverting attention from the McCabe decision….still not what Barr would do….so I am leaning towards a PT Barr scheme. Making people think PT and he are at odds. We shall see. Or as someone we all love would say…we will just have to wait and see.

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    • James Carpenter says:

      Email, sent to DOJ this evening:

      The Honorable William Barr,

      I know a great deal of what you know.
      Increasingly (many) Americans know and/or are learning of what you know.
      My (and collectively, our) question is this:

      Will you move against seditious elements which represent an existential threat to our Constitutional Republic?
      or
      Waffle, punt and protect those who have shared your hallowed halls of justice but have violated and shamed them, those very halls you are charged with protecting?

      With hopeful but wavering and justifiably questionable respect,
      James Carpenter

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  2. Publius2016 says:

    x1000

    SUNLIGHT! Treat Americans as grownups and Citizens…some will wail at the sky while others bark at the moon…in the end, our Republic will endure and generations will continue free!

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    • budklatsch says:

      And what makes me absolutely sick to my stomach is that these seditious actors are all highest level government lawyers that have committed these crimes knowingly, they are highest crimes possible for white collar crooks and no hesitation at all. I served my country in a far lower echelon and the thought of such traitorous behavior is unthinkable.

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      • TPW says:

        What concerns me about Barr is being institutionalized. What I mean is….when you have worked in government at that level…heck any level long enough they think differently than we do. And it is usually wrong headed on many levels. They truly do live in a bubble.

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      • Rhoda R says:

        Bud…I make me nauseated. And wishing I were 50 years younger with better eyesight and a powerful, long range rifle.

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      • cantcforest says:

        I wanted to Like your comment, but W0rdP!$$ has apparently locked my button.

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    • Dutchman says:

      This, SUNLIGHT, is the ONLY thing that maybe, just maybe, can heal the divide in our country.
      Continueing the coverup only makes it worse.
      However, I can’t see Barr doing as Sundance suggests.
      But, PDJT can! It was his tweet about WOLFE, not the comparison to Stone, that triggered this latest fracas.

      He was shining sunlight, and no doubt many said “WHO the heck is Wolfe?” and then researched to find out.

      Hence the effort to change the narrative. When, and only when the negative consequences of continueing the coverup outweigh the unknown risks of exposing the truth, will sunlight be welcomed.

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      • terry says:

        Trump tweeted about Wolfe, yes but only to make the comparison about his 2 months sentence for lying compared to 9 years for Stone.
        I’m sure Trump doesn’t know the granular details about the Wolfe cover up to protect the coup plotters. If he did he’d be furious about that.
        Someone has to get this info to Trump so he can confront Barr over this.

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        • Dutchman says:

          REALLY? 24 hours before the tweet, NUNES, on Fox business, DETAILED the,Wolfe case in all its glory.
          “Leaked HIGHLY classified info to a reporter he was sleeping with, then lied to FBI”
          And then compared Wolfes 2 months sentence, ONLY for lieing, with Stones rec. Sentence, for lienig to Congress.
          I suspect, but can’t prove, Nunes and PDJT coordinated this, not JUST point out the unfairness of the Stone sentence, but to shine sunlight on the Wolfe case, because as Sundance says, it is a BIG problem for the,deep state, and they want it buried.

          To think that PDJT doesn’t know that Wolfe was with Warner, at about the time he texted the Fisa warrant to his ‘lover’, is naive.
          He KNOWS, and he deliberately drew attention to it, with his tweet. IMHO

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        • TPW says:

          I have thought this all along…sad but I think we have been ahead of PT in the info department. Thanks Sundance. He has his plate full and some of the people surrounding him have kept info from him and others are too busy to know themselves. I think his sons keep him in the know as much as possible. Think about it …things he does or does not do making absolutely no sense to us….is because he is in the dark. Like the Assange situation….does he know? Heck I think Barr is so use to delegating that he does not know what is going on in his own DOJ.

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        • Rhoda R says:

          Terry, you are assuming a level of ignorance on the part of President Trump that is breath-taking. He knows d@mn well and good what Wolfe did and he deliberately used Wolfe instead of McCabe to bring out the very point that Dutchman is making.

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      • Republicanvet91 says:

        POTUS had tweeted about Flynn in the past, but it didn’t get attention since his case is still ongoing.
        Stone getting sentenced was quite a contrast to several others getting off very lightly who had done much worse. There was no way to ignore it.

        Recall the woman who worked at FinCen who leaked reports, and was caught with many thousands of other reports on a thumb drive. If I am remembering correctly, her sentence was also rather light given what she did.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Uh, can you say MANAFORT.

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          • Republicanvet91 says:

            I don’t disagree, but even Manafort was not necessarily a contrast since action against him was taken so long ago, and involved, supposedly crimes worse than Stone’s. The media also did such a good job of smearing him.

            Stone’s sentence in contrast to Wolfe stuck out like Bill Clinton at a sorority toga party, and even worse with McCabe. CNN didn’t do the swamp any favors showing up for the raid on Stone.

            In the end, I think POTUS tweeting was a way for forcing attention not only on Stone, but in preparation for Flynn. I suspect Flynn would have easily faced the same fate.

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            • Dutchman says:

              I think Barr, or DOJ have TWO problems, the Flynn case and the Wolfe case.
              Not simply because of disparity of sentence, but because each opens a can of worms they don’t want opened.
              Wolfes has been adjudicated, it is only focusing sunlight on it that makes it a problem.
              Flynns case, which they desperately WANT to be over, isn’t.
              And with Sidney on it, it ain’t going to go quietly into that good night.
              Its the never ending case; if they dismiss, Flynn writes his book, and sues the government, exposing it all.
              If he gets a new trial, it all is exposed.
              If they deny him a new trial, I believe he can appeal, and will eventually prevail.And write his book, and sue the U.S. Gov., exposing it all.
              If they succeed in getting a conviction, after Nov PDJT pardons him, and,…he writes his book, and sues, exposing it all.

              Sucks to be them,…

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  3. starfcker says:

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  4. T2020 says:

    His name was Seth Rich. RIP 🇺🇸 Blood on their hands.

    Liked by 19 people

    • Right to reply says:

      I agree, I firmly believe it was Rich, and I believe he was murdered because of it.

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    • ILOT says:

      There is another point in the timeline August 18. Dana Rohrbacher paid out if his own pocket to go to London (fund requests for Congressional travel were refused) and meet with Assange. They met on August 18 and I’m certain upon his return news was traveling on what he came back with. It took a few months to get the Assange fuse lit, but they had to get it lit.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        PDJT refused to meet with Rohrbacher. PDJT’s absolute refusal to let assange describe where the DNC-hillary emails came from is a disturbing mystery. Assange indicates thet they were not from the russians, and were from Seth Rich. All oj hillary’s henchpeople involved in her destroyed emails, including those under subpoena, were given “no prosecution” passes to tell what they “knew”. Why not assange? Why not even have PDJT’s lawyers listen to what assange told rohrbacher? instead, it looks like PDJT and AG Barr are trying to kill assange. It makes no sense to me.

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  5. realeyecandy1 says:

    I’m prepared for NOTHING ZERO NADA ZILCH being done. Barr is bullcrap and he has not done anything and he WON’T do anything. It is what it is. We MUST reelect the POTUS, and continue to pray for him, his agenda and his family. What is done is done and the havoc it is wreaking to me personally, my health, I am done with it.

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  6. Local Treeper says:

    The way I see it is either anon Sundance is right or anon Q is right. Given recent proofs I am going with the plan. Sorry Sundance, love ya but tired of ya.

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    • amwick says:

      It seems to me that SD was writing this article to someone, or a group of somebodies, other than the local bunch. I hope that is true.. maybe it is magical thinking on my part.
      Ya never know.. strange times and all that.

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      • vikingmom says:

        I agree – this almost sounds like an ultimatum…WE KNOW and we are NOT going to go quietly into that good night! This is out and out treason and sedition at the HIGHEST levels of government and it IS going to be fully exposed, one way or another!!

        Bill Barr has tried his damnedest to “protect the institutions” but all he has done is turn up the temperature on the pressure cooker so high that there is no way now to let the steam escape slowly! It is going to blow and people are going to get badly hurt when it does.

        I think, after this last week, Sundance, and others, are out of patience and our country is out of time!! I know that I am not the only one who feels the same way that Thomas Paine did in1776!

        “If there must be trouble, let it be in my day, that my child may have peace.”

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        • trnathens says:

          I don’t think Barr is trying to protect anything. I think he, and EVERYONE involved is scared out of their minds about the consequences of exposure.

          When Pelosi says the United States cannot survive another term with PDJT, she might not be lying.
          When Brennan, and Clapper, and Comey have all said essentially the same thing as Pelosi, they may not be exaggerating.

          No one here talks about the consequences of revealing this coup. Have you sat down and tried to logically think out the ramifications of the knowledge that ALL THREE BRANCHES of the United States government tried to get rid of PDJT. And it continued while he was in office, and it continues to this day, and it is rooted deeply in the many millions of federal workers across all agencies, departments, and branches.

          So, who can trust us, our word? We’re not even close to the finish line. It’s gonna get ugly. On whose side will the military fall? Are you sure? Are you BET YOUR LIFE sure?

          If you honestly believe that PDJT doesn’t make off-the-cuff comments, but rather he foreshadows, then explain the Calm Before The Storm comment from 2017. He knows it’s gonna get ugly. And people are scared. And when people are scared bad things happen.

          Pray to know God is in control. We MUST love one another. Do unto others. Don’t act for retribution or revenge. Only Love can defeat hate and fear. And there is a lot of both right now, on all sides. We get through this with love. That’s the only way.

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      • Perhaps SD has simply written this for all who read it to share with anyone they think it may matter to.

        You know, like Willy the Bagpiper Barr, President Trump, and or let’s just say Maria Bartiromo and fer grins Lindsey Grahamnesty. I remember that too Lindsey!

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      • Robert Smith says:

        It’s Sundance, playing Cyrano, romancing Bill Barr for Trump.

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        • amwick says:

          IDK,,, I don’t know much about SD, only what he posts here, but I know he is honest.. I don’t see him playing anyone… I don’t think he has any other agenda outside of the truth. Complicated business, follow the money, cold anger, but above all else, disinfect.

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    • Tony Clarke says:

      What’s anon Q’s plan?

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    • dissonant1 says:

      Why does it have to be either or? Sundance is primarily an investigator. Sundance offers his educated opinion based on the facts he has uncovered through investigation. Q offers hope and promises. What promises of Q have come to fruition thus far? You can pin your hopes on promises (even absent evidence) or you can take a look at the facts and make up your own mind. I opt for the latter and because of that I very much appreciate the information and opinions Sundace provides.

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    • drg13miami says:

      Sundance is the MAN. I stay with his brilliant denouement.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Goodbye, and don’t let it hit ya,..
      IMHO

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    • T2020 says:

      I understand your frustration, but SD has the facts. Work with what we know. For all intents and purposes, ‘cue’ could be a plant for the deep state just to keep us in line. He keeps moving the goal posts. Like SD mentioned in a recent post: so that patriots will put away their pitchforks for now.

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      • donna kovacevic says:

        Some people like to hear good Fairy Tale stories, it makes them feel smarter than the rest. Truth is a bijotch and many get angered and as they say can’t handle it. There is a saying in serbian to the Q lover idi u kurac. I can’t translate it, very hard to do and wouldn’t make sense to my loving treepers, but it is not a nice saying. Sorry Sundance and Ad rem, don’t like to hear anyone disrespecting Sundance’s hard work. God Bless.

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    • Boots says:

      Dear Local Creeper;

      Everything SD has called has come to pass. Opposite for the Q. Even so, may “the plan”, whatever it is this month, eventually find you comfortable in your chains and cell, serving at the beck and call of your masters.

      Boots

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    • Road Runner says:

      Good grief… Lets quit with the circular firing squad and quit killing off the few people that just maybe, might be trying to do something to right the ship that is the USA … Enough of the my “HAIR” is in fire outrage BS…

      Now it may, just may turn out that we are all Fd… But until it is 100% proven we really are Fd, I will give the few good guys left, a chance to fix this leftist democrat liberal mess, that has been festering for decades…

      It is not going to be an simple immediate fix… If we want the what we all know are well deserved indictments AND convictions, we must make damn sure that the corrupt judges don’t screw us… The cases brought have to be strong… Very Strong… Stronger than a Conservative would have been charged with… But that is a discussion for later… Lets deal with the hand we have been dealt…

      This fix ‘IT’ right now mentality is nothing but while righteously upset fools demanding a Pyrrhic victory, and we all know how that worked out…

      DJT is not a fool and didn’t become one over night… This is a long game… We had Mueller then Ukraine/Impeachment and now Nov 3… It will necessarily require that ALL of us accept that there is NO quick fix… And don’t even start with the ‘Trust the Plan’ BS…

      We are in a war and there are always casualties in a war and that is indeed lamentable… We can circle back later and attempt to correct the wrongs…

      That said, as Maggie Thatcher (the Iron Lady) once told Bush 41, just prior to Desert Storm, “George don’t get wobbly on Me”…

      Toughen up… Enjoy the Suck

      DJT has this and Barr and Durham ARE on his side on this…

      AND so are we… The PEOPLE….

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Local non-treeper, so why are you posting? Goodbye, go with “anon Q” or whatever else you want, and leave Sundance’s blog without moaning and whining !!!

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  7. warrenjay13 says:

    Grow some balls Barr if you care about Christ.

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    • Carly says:

      Agreed, WarrenJay13. 100% agreed. Barr cannot claim to be a believer and continue on this path of covering up and protecting evil.

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      • I wonder just how many people in the district of criminals pretend to be believers as they go through life doing evil against our nation and the people without remorse.

        My best guess is most.

        Funny how once most get into a position of “power” they consider us “the people”… what do they consider themselves? Our keepers…

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  8. Technerd says:

    This is why we’re still searching for Elliott Ness.

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  9. I could see Bill Barr and Ana Navarro as a like-minded couple. (sorry for the image)

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  10. RedBallExpress says:

    In Wisconsin there is a saying concerning the Wolf(e).
    “Shoot, Shovel & Shut up”.

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  11. seasidemommy says:

    I think that everyone should share this article and ask Americans to ask their elected to explain.

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  12. We the people know says:

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    • Carrie says:

      Who’s gonna be our Toto? He was the fearless one who sussed out the wizard. Because so far we’ve only got Sundance who appears to be the good witch. But we need a government person to pull back the curtain with criminal charges so that the masses can see too.

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  13. William H Gilkerson says:

    Sorry treepers, damn depressing. We are stuck with Barr until after the election. I love my president but I hope he shuns ALL new hires with any ties to the swamp from here on out.
    Barr truly IS bondo Barr. We must carry on, we have no choice.

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    • I hope we’re all stronger than to just carry on, and are already carrying on despite ANY of these derp state “actors” and their dirty deeds we know about!

      We’re Americans, right? And on the right side of things, not by hubris, but by common sense do we know that to be factual.

      Don’t let these political/burrowcratic bassturds grind you down!

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  14. Beauregard says:

    This is truth. What will happen now?

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  15. johneb18 says:

    Send in the Marines. Get them all.

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  16. Personally, Sundance, I don’t think it’s the proper position of the Attorney General of the United States to, as it were, accuse someone of a crime or of being a criminal. If that person has probably committed a crime, then the right thing to do is to bring Federal charges against him or her.

    I think it’s okay for the AG to be up front to say, “I want to know more about this,” or, “we are looking into this.” But I don’t think that he should point his finger and say, “so-and-so did this.” Not when it is probably a crime.

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    • sundance says:

      Who said anything about “accusing someone of a crime”?

      I’m simply saying Barr should explain DOJ decisions made in 2018. Explain why the DOJ did not prosecute James Wolfe for leaking classified information, as an example.

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      • ILOT says:

        I think that is likely the best approach and not just for 2018. Don’t jump in the political deep end of the swamp on why they ARE pursuing issues, which is usually cloaked in the typical disclaimer of how they can’t comment on an “on-going investigation”. They could and should be more open why they didn’t or aren’t pursuing action. After all, what is going on with the political fodder is more about “what’s NOT being done”. This could shed some daylight on decisions and provide insight on future direction. This is only of they care about such things. If I’m PDJT I use it as a chip….shed some light or I keep tweeting….

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      • Proud American from Texas says:

        If Barr were to explain all this, he wouldn’t he be able to avoid accusations. Otherwise, he couldn’t explain the wrong doing. PDJT didn’t spy on himself.

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  17. Gary says:

    The Democrats screaming for Barr to resign and ruin himself,may push him over the edge to slap the cucks with all this.:)

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  18. Pale rider says:

    Seems to be a run up to a coup. They will keep trying until they get it right Trump caught them off guard.
    If we figure massive voter fraud into the 2016 election, president Trump won by more than ever shown. The majority of conservatives are much larger than they want any of us to know or believe. That’s what Trump has been showing for the last five years, people need to see that and understand a few progressives are manipulating this country through media. They are the enemy times 1000. Most are just sheep who would follow any herd into doom.

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    • jeff montanye says:

      given the gravity of the situation, not just conservatives (nor indeed all conservatives) support trump. i count myself as a left libertarian, voted for sanders before trump in ’16 (as 13% of sanders’ voters did), also voted for ron paul in ’08.

      the terminal corruption of the intelligence and investigative agencies as well as the uncontrolled warfare state are of so much importance that trump’s potential appeal is far broader if he truly is not a fraud and can convince voters that he actually means reform.

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    • Raptors2020 says:

      Pale rider:
      Our elections become whimsy if the bureaucrats are free to simply do as they please, and ignore the politicians. Vindman and the MSM were offended that Trump wasn’t consulting the bureaucrats, and obeying their instructions.

      Queen Elizabeth II, by law, is the ruler of the United Kingdom. Contrast that with the convention that has evolved. Perhaps the Deep State envisions an America where the President is permitted to attend to ceremonial duties, like opening the Daytona 500, but serious matters are too important to leave to mere politicians.

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      • Pale rider says:

        Raptor, ‘whimsy’ elections are IMO because no matter how we vote we get the same thing. The elections are rigged and people just can’t get into a vote that just adds to the problem. Why I see that? Because President Trump has brought so many people to the voting booths with promises that have been kept, not all, but he has worked in a violent atmosphere for the last three years or more.
        I’ve come to the conclusion President Trump isn’t going to fix it all, he expects us to get in there and do our part.
        And look what is happening!
        We all are getting engaged and informed.
        People are building wall with their money.
        Conservatives are vetted to a degree we can see who they really are and where their money comes from. (I believe many ‘retired’ congress critters points in that direction.)
        The problems are being addressed in every area by home town folks now, it’s not business as usual. I credit President Trump for this.
        “You can give a man a fish and feed him for a day, or teach him how to fish and feed him for life.” Or something to that effect.
        He is a leader not a dictator.

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        • TANGO268 says:

          The movie, It’s a Wonderful Life, is a great metaphor for what we see taking place. President Trump is George Bailey. Up until now, he has been carrying the town on his shoulders, while Mr. Potter tried to move him out, entice him, corrupt him, and finally ruin him. At times, George is ready to give in to his worse impulses and give up, but he is encouraged by his love for the townspeople and in the end, they save him (and themselves).

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    • Dutchman says:

      Pale Rider;
      Agree one of many myths is that we are a 50/50 nation. Have historically been a center right majority in this country.

      And STILL ARE.

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      • Zy says:

        We use to be. Every June there is a new graduating class of socialists.

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        • Dutchman says:

          We’ll find out, in November. Its hard to indocrinate youth; they have that rebellious streak.

          And many were fooled by the Democrat party ‘moderate’ guise, for years.
          Now that the DNC is out of the closet, many are,#walkaway, realising there,are NO ‘moderate’ Democrats.

          Now, if we can just get people to understand that the RNC are just DNC, but still wearing their masks, globalist/marxist/conmunists, to the core.

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        • steph_gray says:

          I was a far lefty until age 25. Born and bred into it by a totally moonbat family, social circle, and “higher” (you can say that again 😆) education.

          At 26 I read Atlas Shrugged and the proverbial scales fell from my eyes in one weekend. Instant Walkaway.

          Many young brainwashed lefties these days have a great many sources they may stumble upon to provide the same epiphany. It happened to me in the days of three leftist-controlled TV networks, no talk radio yet, obviously no internet, and no countering media voices whatsoever except obscure stuff like the American Spectator broadsheet.

          Young people have a natural predilection to be radical and take differing points of view, not go along with everything their teachers and the establishment tell them. PDJT’s brilliance is being able to penetrate the leftist bubble.

          I see opportunity in the over-the-top brainwashing the left is now attempting. It can and does backfire.

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      • ILOT says:

        We just need to get our legislators to ACT like it. That is the dynamic that PDJT has brought and pushing them in that direction. If nothing else we are seeing a little more fight in them…,

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      • TPW says:

        Got to address schools especially at college level…..funding!… Even the Dems are dealing with out of control thinking ….they caused…its coming to bite them in the butt

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        • Dutchman says:

          Ironic, isn’t it?
          “Well, yes we DID convert the shools into marxist training camps, but we never thought the graduates would form an army of radicals, bent on wresting power from US, and giving it to Bernie!”
          Them petards are a biotch to get hoisted upon, especially when they are your own!

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    • As a Man Thinkth says:

      I think the media will be shocked by the massive support that will turn out next week during Trumps California appearance …His poll numbers are much higher than reported…most folks know better than to air out political opinions over the phone with a stranger…

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  19. Zabadak says:

    Hey Bill…half the country is clueless and those of us who know will back you 100%. The clueless ones don’t care but we want to save our country. If you have to go scorched earth, so be it. You are running out of time. You can still do what is right. President Trump will applaud you as will we. Do it!

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    • TPW says:

      Does his mind even work that way…because of his government way of thinking …can he even see the big picture outside of saving the government cause without them we are lost.

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  20. hrmfc says:

    Clear as day to me and as dark as mud in the swamp!
    Thank you for your explanation and timeline.
    We can only hope that at some point, preferably sooner rather than later, justice and ethics will be restored. Attorney General Bill Barr we need you to fulfill your oath of office.

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  21. Mortimer says:

    Another way to look at Barr telling Trump to stop Tweeting … it blows the surprise element of what is being uncovered.

    Not saying I firmly believe that is Barrs reason … just pointing out it could be the case.

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    • glissmeister says:

      Barr should say that. Trump should keep tweeting. Both have their institutional hats to wear. My they both keep them and wear them well.

      FWIW, my faith in Barr is unshaken. He’s got to walk a different path. He has a very different institutional role to play. His role is not to be Durham or Trump. I’m glad he’s holding on to the center. When things are ripe (and they are not yet) we will begin to see that institution doing demonstrably healthy things with righteous momentum and finality.

      Until then, matters of considerable magnitude continue to ripen as they unravel, expand and become better understood. We still don’t know the half of it all, but there is plenty of good news that has become apparent.

      The bad actors have nowhere to hide. The Great Awakening seems to be moving slowly but The Great Unraveling is popping rivets, bending I-beams and crumpling steel like it’s aluminium inside the great ships of modern government. And not just in Washington D.C. but in foreign ports as well.

      Keep the faith. Criticize and vent as you must, but keep your powder dry.

      Remember to remember, this is still just getting started. We ain’t seen nothing yet and we’ve already seen too much. A reasonable person has every right and reasonable should be absolutely infuriated with the misconduct and maladministration that has been normalized. It’s almost unbearable to face the perversity of what has happened to our beloved nation. But we can bear it and see it through, and we should.

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    • jefdavleo says:

      IN ONE HAND 😉

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    • Pale rider says:

      Think about this. Barr didn’t go to Twitter he went to MSM, now why did he do that? Why did that platform appear? And how is that any different? He just did a progressive move, accusing the other of your betrayal.
      Barr be full of it when you look at it from that angle.

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    • spoogels says:

      Forget Good Manners–Trump Should Keep Tweeting
      Roger L. Simon, February 16, 2020

      https://www.realclearpolitics.com/2020/02/16/forget_good_manners–trump_should_keep_tweeting_501627.html

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  22. JonB3 says:

    I wrote Bill Barr’s office when the McCabe story broke … I told him, in capital letters, that people across the country are PISSSSSSED at the corruption and two tiered justice system… And we are expecting him, Bill Bar,r to do something about the injustices …

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  23. Beauregard says:

    Thank you, Sundance, for writing this. It sums up where we’ve been and where we are.

    Barr has a choice. Does he love our country more than he moves his Jutice Department?

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    • Beauregard says:

      More than he Loves his Justice Department is what I meant to write

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    • mimbler says:

      If he loved his justice department, he’d be fixing it. Hiding the problems would mean he prefers the corruption to having a virtuous justice department.

      And if he was doing his job, PDJT wouldn’t need to be tweeting about it.

      It takes a lot of nerve to allow the ongoing coup to occur in his department, and the only public blame he has is for PDJT noticing it?

      IMO, it was inexcusable for him to allow the Stone sentencing recommendation, and after he praised the attorney’s responsible for it, I don’t believe him when he says he was surprised by it.

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  24. DJ says:

    There will be no justice this time around. The swamp will remain in control. The country will continue down the path of decline. A generation or two from now, just as the country begins to resemble Venezuela, there will be a “pitchforks, tar and feathers” moment. The outcome of that will rest solely on how much of the 2nd Amendment remains in tact at the time.

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  25. candyman says:

    Unless things change, Barr will be the Benedict Arnold of the 21st century. Durham your up next, what say you?

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  26. Kokanee says:

    Yada yada yada ,,, Nobody is going to Jail… ever. I told you this months ago. I know Sundance is a great person, but a deal was struck. Nobody is going to jail and the POTUS gets to stay in office. On with the show. Wait what about Durham? Nothing is going to happen… big whitewash coming.
    It’s all for show. Nobody is going to jail. Flynn for McCabe. Stone for ? It’s all being worked out. The Deep State lies and will control your life. Sorry to be a downer, but if anything happens to contradict what I am saying then I will apologize. You people are chasing Unicorns.

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  27. glissmeister says:

    Well done again, Sundance. An exceptional synthesis of an absolutely terrible situation that should properly frighten us all.

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  28. Les D says:

    There isn’t one of the thousands of your CTH fans who would have the savvy to get to your final point even if we had the data. Like the old Johnny Nash (not Cash) Number One song on the 1972 charts: “I Can See Clearly Now” the rain is gone. Thanks for clearing up the previous confusion of the last 24 hs on the Board. You da Man!

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  29. Ordinaryman says:

    This discussion had over 1000 comments yesterday and the bottom line appears to be that all branches of our government are involved in the corruption and need to cover it up to keep their Gig going. Not much can be gained by exposure before the election and even if we expose after the election we have still reelected corrupt RINOs that will cause problems by blocking exposure. The hope of our constitutional government calls for exposure and then painful slow repair that can only come by transparency. We have to believe and trust that the president is the only person that can bring this transparency when he feels the time is right; even if it causes mass losses in congressional and Judicial people being removed for their involvement. Until this happens there will be no trust in the Just Us departments of government.

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    • glissmeister says:

      These bureaucracies are more Victorian than Penn Central Railroad and just as old. They were formed in the same era by same “experts” practicing “scientific management” which was the industrial version of the scientific socialism of the ever-snobbish Edwardian era. Their zombies are with us today. They are very sick but refuse to die.

      Penn Central Railroad died a spectacular death of bankruptcy in 1976. Many of the corporations formed in the same era went through radical reformation or went bankrupt also. But our government bureaucracies created and guided by the same experts and schools of that era did not, and so they grind on, trampling the lives of the innocent and elevating the very worst among us, making them more powerful than wise, fueling snobbery thusly with ever-threatening affectations of Victorian superiority and condescension passed down through the generations up to today.

      We’re dealing with an inculcated thought disorder made worse by Lavrenti Beria. If you don’t know who that is, check out the you tube interviews of Uri Bezemov by G. Edward Griffin.

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  30. jeff montanye says:

    sundance, i’d be curious to know what kind of interest you may have generated from publishers since your work seems to be the simple best on this convoluted subject. as it is so obviously a historical work in progress, it is too soon to do much more than what you’re doing but at some point it is a book of much more consequence than all the president’s men or some such. so i wondered if even commercial success is enough to tempt the publishing houses or are they so much a part of the mockingbird state media that your truth is not fit to print.

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    • Les D says:

      All the President’s Men had a simple enuf story: Bad Prez dumb enuf to be complicit in a botched snoop of his opponent’s HQ even though he was 35 points up and was easily going to win and did.

      Burglar story got really stinky, dumb Prez got dumber, thought his Oval Office taping system would stay secret. but noooo, mystery inside man spoon fed the whole story to two average Wash Post reporters who went down in history as the newspaper version of Dick Tracy and Sherlock Holmes x100 for reporting what a freshman in the HS newspaper could have done if so fed. Both continue to be bowed before, like Obama did before Abdullah in Saudi.

      Those facts were easily condensed into a 90 minute flick.
      This 3 year octupus maximus if made into a movie would make “The Irishman” seem like a 25 min trailer. Far too complex, even for a book by Sundance.

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  31. Carly says:

    Damn good, Sundance. Excellent.

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  32. arsumbris says:

    So… what happens now? Does Trump release all the evidence and force Barr’s hand? We know Barr is trying to cover up as much as possible to “preserve the institution”. If Trump forces his hand, Barr will resign, and we’ll see more never trumpers in the RNC come out of the wood-work than we did during impeachment.

    What is the realistic path forward for Trump?
    Does he go along with Barr, let this be covered up and hope everyone forgets?
    Now that we know, is that even an option?

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    • spoogels says:

      Ex-FBI Director Andrew McCabe Admits Top National Security Officials Plotted Coup Against Trump

      https://thefederalist.com/2019/02/14/andrew-mccabe-admits-top-natsec-officials-plotted-coup-trump/

      Has the Deep State beaten Bill Barr?

      https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/02/has_the_deep_state_beaten_bill_barr.html#ixzz6E8P1K9vH

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      • arsumbris says:

        Except he’s not admitting to a “coup”, he telling people Trump was the criminal and he was just “protecting the nation”. That’s been the coup’s narrative all along: “Trump is a criminal, we’re just doing our jobs as good patriotic cops.”

        Because Barr is going to let McCabe skate, he’s letting that narrative have respectability, so that will be what is accepted as truth. No charges means McCabe was obeying the law, so McCabe’s story is “true”. That’s how Barr has failed, he’s letting the liars story be “true”.

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        • steph_gray says:

          No indictment on those charges.

          There could still be other charges related to FISA abuse, presumably.

          I do not presume beyond that (except that I hear the hooves of 1000 eeyores about to descend on me braying about “hope porn” 😆😆😆).

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          • arsumbris says:

            It still doesn’t make sense, if there are other charges, that these would be dropped. Especially if they lacked confidence that a DC jury would convict on these lying to investigator charges, if they were added to other charges for lying they’re strengthened. The fact that they were dropped indicates we won’t see other charges — after dropping charges McCabe’s story that he’s being persecuted by an angry boss looks more credible the more times he’s charged.

            They’re helping him defend himself, and burying their own chances of charging him successfully.

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            • trnathens says:

              Read the statement again: they are declining to charge him based on the specific facts outlined in that 2018 report. Declining to charge AT THIS TIME, is much different than what you said, “dropping charges.” They haven’t DROPPED anything. They’re simply not prosecuting right now. On one charge. Of lacking candor. If they go to trial on that ONE charge, and lose (lacking candor? You CANNOT convince twelve people beyond a reasonable doubt on that charge, almost ever), then all of this…everything we want them to know is over, because the first case! got an acquittal. For lacking candor. Really? You want to hang your hat on THAT charge, at THIS time?

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              • arsumbris says:

                “They haven’t DROPPED anything.”

                Declining to prosecute, stopping investigation on the matter, and stating that “the matter is closed” isn’t “dropping” anything, you’re right.

                It’s just 14-dimensional chess to set him up and catch him later with his guard down.

                Thanks for spotting that, I forgot to Trust Le Plan.

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  33. Mortimer says:

    At this point, I don’t believe that half the country will be okay with Barr just letting it go away. Too much is known … by too may.

    Thanks in no small way to researchers like Sundance, Bongino, Jeff Carlson, Lee Smith, John Solomon, Devin Nunes and all the rest.

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  34. DiogeneseVindicated says:

    Dear Mr. Barr, In times of conflict err on the side of what is right. Patriots before you have suffered much worse. You’ll sleep much better at night. You’ll either go down as the AG that saved the republic or the one that abandoned her at her greatest time of need.

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  35. Parrot says:

    Yep, Sessions replaced by Rosie then Barr, Comey replaced by Wray, Rosenstein replaced by non prosecutor Rosen.
    The Don needs to outsource appointments to someone who supports him because he’s not up to it.

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    • Mortimer says:

      His track record stinks on appointments, but to be fair …. a number of key appointments were forced on Trump by the RINOs who let it be known they would never approve who he really wants.

      Wray is one such example. The very day that Wray was confirmed, Lindsay Graham announced Trump better not fire him because they (Senate) would not give him a replacement.

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    • Pew-Anon says:

      Guaranteed PT gets a short list of acceptable “nominees” from the confirming committees. His hands are tied..

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      • Parrot says:

        Nonsense.
        Let them reject nominees for a couple of years, stare them down….the Trump acting appointee will do the job to my satisfaction.
        If this rubbish of appointing people who hate his guts continues the 2nd term will be a disaster.

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    • Republicanvet91 says:

      I’m curious how much the Anonymous Rat had a hand in recommending appointees.

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  36. Mortimer says:

    It’s a false choice to paint it as prosecute and the DOJ will fall.

    There’s about two dozen current and former top DOJ and FBI officials who would fall … along with maybe another 2 or 3 dozen rank and file hacks.

    I’d bet money that IF the lid ever gets blown off … there will be a ton of DOJ and FBI types who will proclaim “It’s about time!”.

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    • mimbler says:

      There were 40 FBI working for Mueller alone! I think the rot extends a lot further than you do.

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      • Ockham's Phaser says:

        Somebody or somebodies in the FBI/DOJ did a lot of work researching, investigating indicting and charging James Wolfe, just to basically have it all thrown away by the higher-ups. So, that gives me hope that perhaps there are a few pissed off rank and file people.

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        • jebg46 says:

          Please remember Representative Nunes has mentioned that a few whistleblowers have step forward to him. It’s not something anyone jumps on for more information and I’m sure it’s because he’s trying to protect them. Nunes is just bursting trying not to scream out all the evidence that he has learned. Keep the faith!

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    • Rhoda R says:

      I think it’s less that the FBI/DOJ people are involved and more that Congress critters are also involved. They didn’t give Wolfe a pass to avoid embarrassing the DOJ after all.

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  37. JTaylor says:

    Imagine if President Trump had declassified everything 2 years ago, like he promised. The American people would have irrefutable evidence of the coup and all the players. Imagine.

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  38. Burnt Toast says:

    It isn’t the crime, it is the coverup.

    When the crime is framing the President for treason…
    Oh boy, what a coverup!

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  39. HickTick says:

    Praise the Lord You are shining the light on this mess . I try to re-post these everywhere I can .
    Just keep digging they know Too much is out now . . AG Barr can be a Hero or a Zero because many , many Books will be written about this Coup . It ain’t near over yet , Its only just started to get legs . Your work is amazing Sundance .

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    • BobR says:

      Barr needs to be confronted with the S.Rich, Crowdstrike evidence. Once hack is discredited, the other shams are exposed.
      Presently Barr stands by the assertion the DNC server was hacked.

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      • There are very few people who will even talk about the fact that there was no Russian hacking into the DNC servers. It screws the entire premise up for the derp state puppets that ran this failed operation against our President.

        I don’t see him “letting it go” either, whether it’s now or after we help him get re-elected matters not to me. He’s the President, I trust he knows what he’s doing…

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      • Burnt Toast says:

        >>>Presently Barr stands by the assertion the DNC server was hacked.

        That’s nice.

        Barr is not aware that the only ‘evidence’ that the DNC server was ‘hacked’ is the DNC claim that it was. For all we know Hillary could have hand delivered it to WikiLeaks.

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        • donna kovacevic says:

          Yup there were hoof prints on the DNC server, that is how they knew it was Russia. Please everyone knows that it was an internal job and no hack occurred. Putin said it best when he was talking to Megan Kelley.

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  40. Boots says:

    GIVE ‘EM HELL, SUNDANCE!</bi in triplicate! Once for each compromised branch; judiciary, executive, legislative, and IC

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    • Boots says:

      (Hey, that’s FOUR, not three. Can’t you count, Boots!?)

      So what, give all four of ’em hell, Sundance! Go, man, go! Give the word and we’ll have yer 6 and yer 360!

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    • steph_gray says:

      “Our THREE chief weapons are fear, surprise, ruthless efficiency, and a fanatical devotion to the Pope…No…wait…”

      😉

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  41. Boots says:

    Until the time comes to give ’em the whole nine!

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  42. As a Man Thinkth says:

    Very well written article Sundance, as usual..

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  43. doofusdawg says:

    Pretty much. But I still think Barr needs some wiggle room. Great article!

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  44. Reserved55 says:

    SSCI members:

    Republicans
    James Risch Idaho
    Marco Rubio Florida
    Susan Collins Maine
    Roy Blunt Missouri
    Tom Cotton Arkansas
    John Cornyn Texas
    Ben Sasse Nebraska

    Just need one to come forward and spill the beans. Come on Susan fess up and retire.

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  45. Beau Geste says:

    If it has not been posted here before, here is a VERY interesting report from Real Clear Politics, describing even more DOJ/FBI corruption, entitled:

    “Buried in IG Report: How an FBI Team in Rome Gave Steele Highly Guarded Secrets”
    :
    https://www.realclearinvestigations.com/articles/2020/02/13/buried_in_ig_report_fbi_gave_steele_highly_protected_secrets_122394.html

    On October 3, 2016, before the first FISA Warrant and “A month before the 2016 presidential election, the FBI met Christopher Steele in Rome and apparently unlawfully shared with the foreign opposition researcher some of the bureau’s most closely held secrets”
    “… FBI agents knew Steele worked for Glenn Simpson, whose opposition research firm Fusion GPS was paying Steele to dig up dirt on Trump for the Clinton campaign, and that Steele informed the FBI that the “candidate” – Clinton herself – knew about Steele’s work. Steele did not keep to himself the classified material he had learned from the FBI. Shortly after the Rome meeting, Steele briefed Simpson on what the FBI had disclosed to him.”

    “…Steele told [ FBI Agent] Gaeta “Democratic Party associates” were funding his Fusion GPS work, that the “ultimate client” was the Clinton campaign, and that “the candidate,” … “was aware of Steele’s reporting.”

    “The idea that the FBI is gratuitously sharing classified information with a foreign informant is rather extraordinary, says lawyer Bigley. “If one of my clients did this, they would be stripped of their security clearance, out of a job, and probably facing indictment.”

    THE DOJ DID NOT FULLY DISCLOSE THIS INFORMATION TO THE FISC COURT, INITIALLY, OR LATER AS ETHICALLY REQUIRED. ALL THE FISA WARRANTS ARE IMPROPER AND WOULD BE WITHDRAWN IMMEDIATELY BY AN HONEST COURT CHARGED WITH AN “EXTRA HEAVY DUTY” OF PROTECTING CIVIL RIGHTS. But the FISC is not an honest Court which functions to protect civil rights.

    The sole duty, and the reason that the FISC was created, was protection of civil rights of US Citizens because of prior illegal government spying:
    The 4th Amendment is clear, even to corrupt FISC judges sworn to protect it:
    “ The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”

    This information and much more about DOJ/FBI corruption is now available, but the FISC still protects the violators of civil rights, rather than protecting US Citizens. The FISC still refuses to withdraw the fake FISAs, and discipline the crooked DOJ/FBI schemers. Our Constitution that the super-secret Star Chamber FISC judges ignored, provides that federal judges can only serve during “good behavior”. The FISC judges who knowingly signed and extended deceitful warrants authorizing spying on thousands-to-millions of Republicans, the entire GOP campaign, the entire White House staff, and anyone contacted by or contributing to Republicans, and Donald Trump, hillary’s opponent and elected President, MUST be removed and investigated for denial of civil rights under color of law 18 USC 242.

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    • Rhoda R says:

      Agree, but we won’t see it in THIS Senate.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        PDJT can instruct White House counsel to appear in the “carter page” FISA case, to request withdrawal of the fake, fraudulent FISAs, and to discipline the lying, withholding, and court-rules-ethical-violating DOJ/FBI oath-signers and counsel.
        This can be a fully public motion, based on public information and findings of the IG horowitz. PDJT can release other records for the motions. The withheld records do not protect national security – they only protect the DOJ/FBI from embarrassment and/or criminal prosecution.
        The deep state and crooked FISC might try to claim lack of standing, or that under 28 U.S.C. § 516 et sec the President has no authority. But PDJT as elected President has Constitutional Authority and responsibility to protect and defend the Constitution, and Take Care that the laws are faithfully executed, INDEPENDENT OF the DOJ or SENATE APPROVAL. And, PDJT ha standing both as Constitutional President, and as a person, among thousands-to-millions of Republicans politically spied on by the deceptive “2-hop” rule, which is patently illegal violation of the 4th Amendment.

        This would politically put the President in the position of defending the public from illegal spying and a rogue DOJ/FBI.

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  46. Republicanvet91 says:

    “What we can see from both DOJ operations is an intentional effort by Main Justice not to expose the epicenter of a multi-branch effort against the White House.”

    Question is, why would the DOJ allow the FBI to investigate Wolfe? I can’t believe Wolfe was freelancing and the FBI was looking to plug the leak. If the DOJ doesn’t want that scheme exposed, why let them even look at Wolfe?

    I think the cover-up or protection goes back further. The gang-of-8 was briefed at the start of some of this stuff. Nunes was briefed, and we see what Ryano did to him when he started asking questions. I think there is more than just institutions being protected here.

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  47. Mortimer says:

    Makes it pretty easy to see why no white hat rank and file types have come forward to expose the scams. Look what they’ve done to Trump, Nunes and others.

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  48. MD says:

    The fork in the road took place over two years ago. Just like a lie, the web has kept expanding. Recommending 9 years for Stone and nothing for McCabe. Barr is having to cover for decisions of the past and the longer it goes on he will have to cover more and more until he can’t.

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  49. dcnnc says:

    Barr running to ABC to complain about POTUS’ tweets just seemed like a cowardly act of a man cornered by a reality that’s too big for him to handle, he’s getting attacked from all sides, and the pressure is starting to wear on him. IMO….he chose a side in that interview, and it wasn’t with us. It seemed like a warning shot to POTUS that he’ll just resign eventually if he doesn’t stop tweeting on the grounds that “he can’t do his job”, which we know is horsesh*t. He can’t cover things up, is what he’s upset about.
    His time as being a federal “cleaner” expired long ago, and technology has outpaced his antiquated tactics of information control, misdirection, and fake inquiries. It doesn’t work anymore, and it’s getting to him.

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  50. Thesokorus says:

    At this point all I see is a house of cards ready to fall and no one with the guts to blow on it and bring it down.

    Like Lincoln, Trump is having to cycle through qualified people until he finds the man/woman with the willingness to just do it.

    Good thing Trump won’t quit. So, like Lincoln, he’ll eventually find the right person.

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    • Dax Jaket says:

      Sundance — Barr needs a narrative (with a timeline) to explain what happened to the American people and those in the DOJ, FBI, CIA, NSA (etc) who were not part and party to the corruption.

      Barr needs to be able to show that the cancer infestingm our govt body is system, and then say that he has do cut out the cancers in what will be an ugly but necessary surgery to save the nation.

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      • Dax Jaket says:

        Sundance — Barr needs a narrative (with a timeline) to explain what happened to the American people and to those in the DOJ, FBI, CIA, NSA (etc) who were not part and party to the corruption.

        Barr needs to be able to show that the cancer infesting our govt body is systemic, and then say that he has cut out the cancers in what will be an ugly but necessary surgery to save the nation.

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      • amjean says:

        AG Barr needs balls and, unfortunately, he doesn’t have any.

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