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. Joemama says:

    Go to 1:28:00 or so to see a picture of C_A agent Robert Johnson, AKA William Barr, who was part of the Iran-Contra/Mena Arkansas affair:

    This is a 2 hour + video, but I found it quite interesting, being to young to really know much about the history of Iran-Contra/Mena Arkansas.

    Liked by 8 people

  2. Scott Anonymous says:

    How large must the area be that contains this story board?

    Liked by 1 person

  3. paper doll says:

    It would be one thing if they were let off the hook and they stop. But they will not stop until they are stopped. And every time they are not stopped they are emboldened.

    Liked by 20 people

  4. Betty says:

    There is enough evidence in the public arena to warrant indictments of Deep State players in the Coup Attempt and the Mueller investigation.

    We can, AND SHOULD, lawfully seize the power to challenge corruption in our government using the Citizen-Initiated Grand Jury Petition Process provided to us through the citizens of Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota and Oklahoma.

    The citizen-initiated grand jury petition process offers a way for citizens to lawfully challenge corruption at the core of our government institutions to the highest level. Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota and Oklahoma have this right enshrined in their constitutions.

    Each State’s Constitution gives specific guidelines for preparing a citizen-initiated grand jury.

    In New Mexico upon receipt of a petition signed by two hundred or more registered voters of his/her COUNTY a judge will order a grand jury to convene.

    There are 36 counties in New Mexico.

    We have barely wounded this beast, if we allow it to slide back into darkness to heal and learn from its mistakes it will rise and strike at our children – you know they will.

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  5. WSB says:

    Why was Wolfe ever investigated at all?


    • kleen says:

      He sent screen shots of the FISA docs to his lover Ali Watkins of the NY Slimes.


      Liked by 2 people

      • WSB says:

        Yes, but if the FIB was attempting to whistle past the graveyard, WHO bothered to start an investigation?!

        Liked by 4 people

        • olddog35 says:

          I recall that it was the Sessions leak task force that ensnared him.

          Liked by 4 people

          • joebkonobi says:

            Proof that there is still at least one honest agent in the DOJ/FBI.

            Liked by 3 people

            • zekness says:

              consider me cynical…I have a skeptical view of how that op was initiated and even if wolfe actually acted alone ….he may well have been giving cover to warner and others….and the op was to create a case to cover a larger pile of manure that was going to be soon learned by some media investigators….

              it has the feel of a contrived set up to protect a larger conspiracy of criminals.

              for example….who here actually believes that the Iran-contra affair was isolated to solely on single special assignment marine officer? It was going to be knocked wide open, why not just push a fall guy forward and pretend he acted in isolation?

              same idea with wolfe….I’ve done a bit of research in the SKIF apparatus and protocols. Wolfe could not have acted alone unless the protocols were suspended to allow a camera device or even direct access to the material…the case assumes we believe the two-three-and four person rule was not established or that somehow wolfe figures out how to side slip others that are required to perform a series of checks. Wolfe may have some special title, but my understanding of how materials are handled and the personnel assigned to perform a chain of custody and protections method, tells me many others were involved.

              these materials go from SKIF to SKIF….that’s it. They are carried hard case with no keys for the carrier…And the enforced verified rules make it impossible to counter the sensor systems they have in place to detect electronic devices.

              Wolfe did these things because these people and these sysems were turned to “pause”..

              that is the only plausible theory I can come up with to explain how he managed to photograph surveillance warrant documents AND send them by cell phone outside of sipernet.

              remember, these networks …cell phones and others, are ALL constantly surveilled for precisely this kind of risk.. This happens nearly at every single location where SKIF…and the travel routes between them…exist.

              this tells me that at least the NSA and CIA had the knowledge of this “leak”…in real time….wolfe was using an app that has a known vulnerability (spoiler: whatsapp isn’t your friend)…

              the larger speculation is that they have to make THIS an issue ALSO because there was prior classmat that was being leaked with the direct or indirect sanction of one or more at gang of 8….that someone at the CIA/NSA/DOJ/FBI came across this and spoke up and reported it…so they had to create a case to distract from some larger set. There is also some pretty good suspicions about feinstein and her 20 year china asset that probably has some layers in this wolfe case. Feinstein wrote directly to the Wolfe Judge to go easy on him for his “service”…think about it. that’s pretty interesting that an intelligence oversight committee member would be scrambling to talk nice about someone who had breached the very trust over the most sensitive material in US history…This was not simply giving character reference..It was saying right out in the open: Judge, remember what you are about to do here….we have ways to make life very difficult for you if you fail to follow the playbook.

              was wolfe the unofficial purpose built leak machine for the g-o-8?


              the entire wolfe case causes me to very skeptical about anything the DOJ and the judge in that case handled it and publicly framed it.


          • WSB says:

            So, the DOJ HAD to investigate.

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  6. Jus wundrin says:

    So who is the person, or the people behind the curtain, flipping levers, and turning dials, that is/are running the shadow Gubment known as the deep state? These people don’t act independently with the same goals.

    When the head(s) are removed, the body dies.

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  7. bullnuke says:

    President Trump has to be aware of all this. Can’t imagine the conversations with his closest, non political, confidants.

    Liked by 3 people

    • guest4ever says:

      IF they tell him, or reads CTH himself!


      • SYFer says:

        Key people are definitely reading here. Last week seemed to prove that. This is primary material.

        And as Sundance says, we know. It’s out. It’s out right here on CTH. So what are the key people (who must read here) going to do about it? We know.


    • John-Y128 says:

      Bring the highest law enforcement office in the country, one might mistakenly think any President would be having regular meetings with their department heads, we know BHO did, but with a businessman, all we see are ‘tweets’ that result in a defiant department head who’s claiming it’s ‘impossible’ for him to do his job, effen unbelievable!

      I can certainly see the use of twitter as a great communication for presidential news distribution but not for expressing opinion of open case(s) at his own DOJ, which has just been twisted into the appearance of ‘interference’, very weak management style on PDJT part, in spite of Kelly Ann’s defense.

      Another huge weakness was AG Barr being completely ‘in the dark’ about the 4 Mueller prosecutors recommendation for Stone, and having to soften it the next day, I would of denied their resignations and ‘fired’ them for cause!

      And what’s with the effort to make the DOJ appear ‘independent’ from the ‘interference’ allegations from the democrats? Why isn’t is the MSM portraying the boss as not the boss?


  8. Tl Howard says:

    The number of people in America who know the story, Mr. Barr, is progressing in a geometric sequence. That’s a lot of people…and it’s NOT STOPPING.

    Liked by 9 people

    • Rhi says:

      Exactly TI, I spoke with several people today who hadn’t initially been following much of the deep state coup two tiered injustice system who are more aware than ever. Looks to me like the general public is waking to the reality.

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  9. Blind no Longer says:

    If Kevin Clinesmith is not prosecuted , convicted, and serves at LEAST as much time as Paul Manafort has gotten…there will be hell to pay for the DOJ and FBI.

    If a government employee can change an email from another government agency, that exonerates a United States citizen, from allegations that they are an agent of a foreign government, after that citizen has served in the military and worked/cooperated with the same agency accusing them of being a spy….THEN THERE IS NO RULE OF LAW!!!!

    If the jury pool in Washington DC or Virginia is so corrupted by Trump hatred that they allow a guilty person to go SCOT free, then Bill Barr better get his heart and mind right. There better be a way to move these trials out of the tainted area and somewhere where truth and honesty and real justice matter. /rant off

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    • MACAULAY says:

      Clinesmith is a sure thing for prosecution.

      The problem Sundance is outlining—is that he may be the only one.

      Which means Cover-up. Massive Cover-up.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Blind no Longer says:

        Clinesmith may be the only given, but who’s to say he isn’t striking some deal to lessen his sentence?
        He had to have been pretty damn sure he would be protected when changing this document. Now maybe he’ll take one for the team, but he also has to know he’s going to die some quick 2 week cancer in jail or become the next Epstein in just a short amount of time.
        He was part of the get Trump club, and knows plenty about the insurance policy and Deep State plan.
        Maybe he’s already cut a deal with Durham.

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      • guest4ever says:

        THAT (cover-up) would be a MASSIVE mistake!!! We need to let VSGPDJT know in a MASSIVE way!!! And maybe those in the Freedom Caucus. Forget about the senate.


      • theasdgamer says:

        Clinesmith has been given promises of assistance.


    • Les D says:

      Oh I love it, Blind. If SD is wrong and Barr is not playing both sides, then an assigned prosecutor would be talking to this low branch fruit’s lawyer with offers to flip, or even a call vice versa. He wasn’t motivated to commit written perjury by himself. So aside from this serious mistake now public thanks to the IG, he for sure knows alot more, at least about who he reported to. That would be their target to be flipper #2, etc.

      All personnel in his FISA chain are drinking a quart of Pepto-Bismol a day thinking about when the call comes from Asst AG Durham’s office. If they flip #1, then we’ll have alot more faith in Barr. But, as far as we know, there isn’t even an empaneled GJ despite vague rumors, unless they are using a location for this GJ not normally used. The media has ways to know when any GJ is meeting at one of the regular rooms.

      I hope so, I never thought bringing a former DOJ AG to be AG at this point in history was smart, and the same for any former DOJ employee to be FBI boss at this point in time. It would be nice to be pleasantly surprised, but based on Sundance’s conclusion about Barr at the top of this thread, ain’t gonna happen.


      • Kaco says:

        KT McFarland mentioned Durham’s empaneled grand jury in that interview Sundance posted on Saturday so I hope that is true.

        Liked by 2 people

      • ms doodlebug says:

        Maybe it ‘ain’t gonna happen’ because the corruption is so deeply embedded that publicly revealing the ‘the truth and nothing but the truth’ would bring our entire government down. A country with ‘no’ government is ripe for picking – much to the delight of our enemies.


    • guest4ever says:

      Not ranting!!! It’s the TRUTH!!! And these IDIOTS better wake up to the REALITY of THE TRUTH!!!


  10. Doug Amos says:

    Does anyone who reads CTH really think that Barr has as much patriotism as Sundance? Can anyone say that Barr has 1 accomplishment equal to any of those of Sundance? Does anyone disagree that Sundance is the greatest reason President Trump and his family have come to no harm? Does anyone really believe that there is an option other than exposing the whole damn thing? President Trump and Sundance envision everything that is right about a country, and, by extension, the world The great courage they exhibit to bring us the truth has no parallel. You all know what we have to do.

    Liked by 9 people

    • Kaco says:

      Well, I think there are a few patriots out there in the spot light. Rush Limbaugh, Dan Bongino, maybe, Mark Levin cares about the Constitution. Sometimes Dan gets some info through his connections but Sundance digs into the information given, stuff these guys don’t have time for. Sundance is the best analyst of documents, articles, and interviews.

      Liked by 5 people

    • ms doodlebug says:

      Oh please! While I appreciate and admire both Sundance and President Trump, to put them on a god pedestal is absurd.


  11. MAGA to all and to all a good night. Tomorrow has GOT to be better.

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  12. Rex70 says:

    Just because certain things—like the anti-Left information that Assange has (and Rep. Rohrbacher knows, too, don’t forget)—have not happened as they should have and according to the rules of the D.C. Swamp Game, does not mean that they couldn’t happen or won’t happen. One wild card/anomaly still exists in D.C. that does not have a price or does not give a s_h*t about what anyone says of may say about him: Trump. He plays by the rules for so long and then, to quote Sundance on the rare occasions that even he has been caught off-guard by Trump’s decision-making and/or actions: Jumpin’ Juju Beans. Personally, I think that Trump still holds his aces, his juju beans and is just waiting until he has heard enough from these a$s_h0les before he calls. Just a gut feeling after four years of observance and learning from Sundance.

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    • guest4ever says:

      I hope so! We must keep praying for our VSGDJT, and his family, and those faithful to him within the administration, and ramp up our prayers even more. Remember, there are trillions at stake!!!


  13. Tl Howard says:

    Isn’t there a very real possibility a faction of the CIA would knock off Barr if he revealed the truth? Or more likely, do him in before he could do a reveal?

    Isn’t it pretty much accepted as fact that Bill Colby, Director of the CIA, was knocked off in his retirement because he testified to Congress about the sins of the CIA?

    In his obit, the NYTimes praised him for exposing the deep, dark secrets in order to “save the institution he loved.

    Yes, we are asking Mr. Barr to do as Mr. Colby did. He did sign up for the job.

    Liked by 2 people

    • guest4ever says:

      Yes, Mr. Colby was offed in New Hampshire, if I recall correctly.


    • guest4ever says:

      Still think it would be wiser for Mr. Barr to do the big reveal ASAP. Otherwise, he could possibly have that hanging over his head for the remainder of his life, however short that may be. And more Patriots are awake and more every day!!!


    • TJ says:

      Colby’s description of the “cult of intelligence” is sobering.

      -William Colby, Honorable Men: My Life in the CIA, 1978

      “Socially as well as professionally they cliqued together, forming a sealed fraternity.

      “They ate together at their own special favorite restaurants; they partied almost only among themselves; their families drifted to each other, so their defenses did not always have to be up.

      “In this way they increasingly separated themselves from the ordinary world and developed a rather skewed view of that world. Their own dedicated double life became the proper norm, and they looked down on the life of the rest of the citizenry.

      “And out of this grew what was later named — and condemned — as the “cult” of intelligence, an inbred, distorted, elitist view of intelligence that held it to be above the normal processes of society, with its own rationale and justification, beyond the restraints of the Constitution, which applied to everything and everyone else.”


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  14. Genie says:

    What we know via CTH is serious enough, but what we don’t yet know is likely more serious. My patience is not yet exhausted. I am comforted knowing what’s been uncovered can’t be rehidden. I’m not ready to lower my expectations for the AG to expose more and clean house, but di di mau, Bob!

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  15. Bob Guzzardi says:

    This news gives us an indication which fork AG Barr will choose.

    Paul Sperry@paulsperry_

    BREAKING: Durham and his team have not interviewed McCabe. At all. Concerning anything. Not #Spygate espionage. Not illegal FISA warrants. Not Flynn 302 doctoring. Not leaking and lying.
    2:41 PM · Feb 16, 2020

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    • Blind no Longer says:

      That’s pretty disgusting and further proof of a potential massive cover up.
      Thanks for the info Bob.

      Liked by 1 person

    • mimbler says:

      That is what I suspected. Just like with Huber. When you don’t hear about witnesses subpoenaed, documents subpoenaed, etc., it is because it isn’t happening. These things leak out into court battles like when Mueller swiftly persecuted PDJT’s associates.

      I’ll be more than happy to have my opinion changed, but right now I view Barr the way I view Lindsey Graham.

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    • Les D says:

      May be an exercise in futility if they know Andy’s lawyer won’t let them. That’s typical if a guy is higher up on the food chain and one they are not going to try and flip. That would be dandy Andy’s position in life right now.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Pete says:

      For what it’s worth, Roscoe B Davis’ take. I’m skeptical as well.

      Liked by 1 person

      • says:

        That’s an excellent point. They do not to be interviewed if they can easily be independently shown to have committed perjury – and it can! They are on video lying, aren’t they?

        Save some taxpaper dollars and keep digging for evidence in better places.

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    • COlibertybelle says:

      Isn’t it possible that all the goods have already been gotten on McCabe and Durham is simply waiting until such a time as ALL the cards will be laid out on all the players, so that they all fall like dominoes? I still have faith that this is what will happen, and I believe that it will happen much closer to the election so as to have the most devastating effect on the deep state as possible.
      I trust in my President’s intelligence and savvy…I have yet to be disappointed.

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      • theasdgamer says:

        I think that Durham is getting enough evidence from fringe players like Halper and Steele to prosecute Brennan and that Brennan is turning evidence against DOJ and FBI officials even as he continues hitting the talk shows and spreading disinfo to maintain the charade that he isn’t.

        Then there’s Admiral Rogers who knows a lot of what’s been going on.

        Brennan and Clapper know how the Prisoner’s Dilemma Game is won.


    • ms doodlebug says:

      Why would Durham need to interview McCabe, or other known liars, when he already has that information from documented sources such as the FISC and IG Horowitz? What he doesn’t need are more lies.


  16. Bogeyfree says:

    So do we need a thread of the top 10 questions to ask Barr on 3/31 while he is under oath?

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  17. Bogeyfree says:

    So what would be the one or two things specifically PT could order declassified to show the American people the truth about the Carter Page FISA leak and if it was a coverup???

    Liked by 1 person

    • guest4ever says:

      Heck with one or two things! VSGDJT should declassify EVERYTHING SD has asked for, and anything additional Sidney Powell might possibly add to that comprehensive list!


  18. Rynn69 says:

    We, the American people, do know. I think this point that SD makes is one that the “Deep State”, Swamp, Uniparty, Establishment or whatever moniker you choose to describe the Washington DC dwellers must realize now.

    Nothing will change the fact that the American people know. Ignoring it, covering up for it, spinning narratives contrary to it, lying about it, excusing it, or any other means to deny it will not change that fact. We do know.

    Everyone knows. And everyone DEMANDS JUSTICE. Everyone demands the ship is righted and equal justice under the law is reinstated.

    Liked by 1 person

    • ms doodlebug says:

      “Everyone knows. And everyone DEMANDS JUSTICE.” Those are really optimistic statements considering so many people get their only information from mainstream media.


  19. Snuzzy says:


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  20. ggmppv says:

    If you want to be depressed, read this from Wikipedia :
    – Barr’s daughter worked for the DoJ until recently, and he husband still works there.
    – Barr’s brother is a physics professor at the University of Delaware.
    – Barr and Robert Mueller are good friends. Mueller attended the weddings of two of Barr’s daughters, and their wives attend Bible study together.

    So forget about Bar doing anything. He and his entire circle of family and friends are part of the DC establishment. The swamp people are his neighbors and family friends. Barr knows they are corrupt, but he also knows that if he does anything, he and his family’s life in DC will be ruined.

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  21. Magabear says:

    If current DOJ officials heed the advice of all those former corrupt DOJ officials calling on them to essentially stage a walkout on Barr, then maybe Barr will be put in a position to do what he should have done all along. Wouldn’t that be interesting.

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  22. GTOGUY says:

    My guess is that Barr hired Durham to look into everything that was going on at the time before, during and after Trump was elected, even into Mueller’s tenure as stated by Maria Bartiromo. I still have faith that Durham will deliver the facts and it will all come out, including some indictments.

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    • OhNoYouDont says:

      Currently listening to the nationally syndicated talker “The Great American” Bill Cunningham.

      Earlier in his show, he compared the current situation in DC of trying to convict a prominent Democrat swamp dweller or their useful cohorts as similar as getting a race based conviction in Alabama in the 1940’s or !950’s.

      That is what the Trump Administration is up against.

      Perhaps, with the prevalence of leaking throughout the swamp, AG Barr’s farming out litigation might address some of this corruption.

      U.S. Attorney for Connecticut John Durham investigate Russia Investigation origin
      U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Pennsylvania, Scott Brady vetting Ukraine corruption
      U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Missouri, Jeffrey Jensen review Michael Flynn case

      Easier said than done.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Les D says:

        Yup, every single one of them would be acquitted in the Fed Court in DC. Hillary carried DC 91%. That’s your jury pool.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Tl Howard says:

        No one has ever answered these questions for me.

        1.) There are changes of venue in state courts. Can a federal judge issue a change of venue for a federal crime?
        2.) Can a grand jury be convened outside the area in which the crime was committed?
        3.) If you conspired, colluded with others to do something illegal and communicated with them by texting or phoning them outside of DC or VA, can that be a basis for convening a grand jury outside of DC or VA?

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  23. lcsteel says:

    Thank you Sundance…Great Article!

    Liked by 2 people

  24. California Joe says:

    How can Roger Stone be charged and convicted for lying to Congress and obstructing an investigation into Russian collusion when, not only, wasn’t there any Russian collusion but the DOJ and FBI knew there wasn’t any Russian collusion a year before Roger Stone was even charged???? It’s like Seinfeld’s TV show about nothing. How can you obstruct the investigation into a crime that never happened, the officials know that the crime never happened and the only point of the investigation is to frame completely innocent people? What am I missing here!

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  25. Zippy says:

    DO’J’ has 100,000 people working in it. What a bloated bureaucracy. This is absolutely incredible:

    More Than 1,100 Former DOJ Officials Press For Attorney General Barr To Step Down
    16 Feb 2020

    More than 1,100 former federal prosecutors and Justice Department officials are calling on Attorney General William Barr to resign following reports Barr and President Donald Trump intervened in the criminal prosecution of Trump’s friend Roger Stone.

    In an open letter released Sunday, the former officials say Barr broke Justice Department rules when he overruled federal prosecutors in Stone’s criminal case, seeking a far more lenient sentence than the potential nine years prosecutors originally recommended.

    “It is unheard of for the Department’s top leaders to overrule line prosecutors, who are following established policies, in order to give preferential treatment to a close associate of the President,” they said.

    In their call for Barr’s resignation, the former Justice Department officials suggested his behavior is a threat to democracy. [those 1000 are the threat to democracy; fire every one of them in Trump’s second term – Z]

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  26. burginthorn says:

    Its a honor and a privilege to be at this point in history, and be here at CTH on the front lines of information as it comes to hand. This entire article scares the daylights out of me, its getting serious now, and what happens next is even scarier, either way it goes. Thank you SD and all here at CTH for everything. MAGA/KAG 2020 and beyond.

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  27. Parrot says:

    The mega downside…..
    Once they have set the parameters of what they can get away after investigation with for no legal penalty, expect much more of it. The DoJ will become the 4th tier of govt, untouchable by Presidents. The AG has become a Senate employee unable to control an autonomous workforce.

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  28. Brittney says:

    President Trump is 100% responsible for Justice.

    Barr must implement Justice or he will be aiding and abetting in criminal acts. This would be a solid case of willful blindness with evidence everywhere showing Barr did not apply normal investigative/prosecutorial policies and procedures.

    This is not going away.

    P/T knows more than we know and we all have seen the evidence over the last 3-years for easy prosecutions.

    P/T is not going to allow the largest criminal organization in U.S. history to escape justice under his Presidency and destroy himself, his family and this republic.

    Especially since the President has many paths to implement justice.

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  29. spinoneone says:

    Not only do we know, one can reasonably assume the White House knows, too. Why? Look how close Jessie Liu came to being successfully installed as an Under-Secretary of the Treasury. This is the first failure by the Deep State to protect/cover its own that I can point to. And that, most definitely, is not good for those folks.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Kaco says:

      President Trump ought to employ an HR Czar of sorts, to sort out remaining administrative employees and find out who the Obama holdovers are and have a microscope on them all for the time being, if they can’t fire and replace them yet.

      Liked by 2 people

      • nimrodman says:

        I think it was announced just last week – in the aftermath of the Vindmann stories – that the person in charge of hiring and vetting White House personnel was replaced

        Dunno about the rest of the Executive agencies

        But yeah, a Czar would be a great idea, with authority delegated down to competent staff:

        “Hi, c’mon in – I have your application here and we have a few questions.

        “Please make yourself comfortable while the technician connects you up to the polygraph machine …”

        Liked by 1 person

        • Y’all Know What Time It Is says:

          If all govt employees were subject to polygraph testing there would be much less corruption.


          • Issy says:

            Peter Strzok’s polygraph was “not in compliance.” (he failed it) It didn’t stop him from continuing on the job. Don’t you just love the way the fbi has their own vocabulary for these things.


        • Kaco says:

          Yes, I believe you’re right, it was McEntee.


          • steph_gray says:

            Who is the “person in charge of hiring and vetting White House personnel who was “replaced last week” (mentioned by nimrodman above)?

            And is it at all possible that person was also Anonymous?


      • theasdgamer says:

        There’s a Deep State HR manager who is in charge of hiring. Find some way to replace her or find someone else who can do her functions while she is at home on paid leave.


    • Y’all Know What Time It Is says:

      Maybe they lured Jesse Liu out of her position with a nomination for the new position.
      Then, rescinded the nomination. How else could she have been removed without a new impeachment investigation?


  30. rjones99 says:

    I have some questions too:

    1/ Trump was subsequently stabbed in the heart by Liu. If Trump would not have really, really, really have wanted this case fully prosecuted, well, he’s not who I’ve credited him with being. This looks like another case of the administrative state overriding policy of the elected president. And Barr likes her?

    So, why didn’t Trump force Rosenstein to fire her immediately? We saw what a treachery it was AT THE TIME. I sort of wrote it off because I had hope this situation was being managed and we just lacked info.

    This gives credence to the theory that a deal was made in which Trump stops draining the swamp and survives impeachment with the hiring of Barr who was charged with janitor duty.

    2/ Who made the decision to declass that FISA for the FOIA response? At the time, it looked like good guys giving us puzzle pieces. Now, we know it was really to keep the Mueller pot bubbling by allowing reporters to talk more about Wolfe’s classified version. So, whoever wanted the FISA released is one of the conspirators. And Liu would’ve known what was going on. And Barr liked her?

    3/ Was failure to fire all the Mueller prosecutors another missed clue that the fix was in? That investigation and report was a complete joke. That a 500 page report stating no evidence of jay walking was found was an embarrassment. John Dowd was derisive. The obstruction theory was ridiculous on its face. So why didn’t Barr fire every one of them immediately? Mr Drain The Swamp would’ve wanted it.

    Note how the Q people and the Epochtimes crew sold this report as a huge benefit to Trump. It exonerated him they said. Baloney. It was just a dumbass report by a bunch of dumbass prosecutors who should’ve been fired after wasting $35 million while attempting a coup. In most 3rd world countries like ours, coup leaders are just shot. why didn’t we di that? Trump should’ve forced firings at the least. If not Trump, Barr should’ve done it. They play real war with nukes, we play Indians with bows and arrows. WHY? Why is one side free to do anything it wants while our side pees its pants at the thought of impeachment? Why is their tyranny better than anything we’re forced by them in responding? Why the hell isnt this worth fighting over? Barr has it wrong. There are things worth fighting for and dying for. How the hell does he think this country was created? Nobody elected him to decide this question for the people who elected Trump.

    4/ Why the drawn out IG saga on the FISA abuse and all the squishy conclusions? Why didn’t Barr steer that into a full condemnation for the times? This is fixing anything? The thing was just ludicrous from the very very beginning, when Obama was still president. Nothing is fixed and new policies wont fix it. Throwing scumbags and their scumbag managets in jail would.

    5/ Why doesn’t Trump just state the facts of what happened and direct DoJ to get rid of all personnel connected to it in any way and then to fully investigate and indict anyone found to have committed a crime? Why does that simple act blow up the country? Let them try to impeach. Who cares.

    This is such BS…I swear to God, if Durham issues a report and then Graham blathers on, I will go work for Bernie in the hope he’s able to blow everything up.

    Mr Trump, you sure look like you’ve lied to us.


    • Kaco says:

      He’s not lying, he’s hamstrung by McConnell and now Barr, and a corrupt House. The Dems now have the threat of impeachment constantly now.

      When the Mueller report was over, he sent Giuliani over to Ukraine, etc., to find out some answers. Then he gets impeached over a fine phone call. Because half the country want to pretend he committed some kind of crime.

      I got an email the other day from NumbersUSA, an immigration research and action website. So the email says they want to pass some kind of farm worker amnesty. I go to my action board to send the fax to the GOP Congress. They have a prewritten opening and body of the fax. The opening says, “If you support this amnesty, the GOP will lessen their chances for releection.” And I’m thinking, that doesn’t frighten them at all. They don’t want the power the way the Dems do, in fact, since many are owned by the Chamber of Commerce, they want high immigration, including illegal.

      What they also know, is that the way the Dems are, we don’t have a choice but to vote GOP straight ticket. They know it, I know it. They basically can do whatever they want because it doesn’t matter either way. The Dems are so bad, they know their seat is safe mo matter what, and they don’t care if they have majority.

      I wasn’t able to edit the opening but rewrote the body of the fax. Reminding them Reagan’s amnesty was supposed to have been the only one, this isn’t fair to those that waited and came legally, they can help by way of legal work visas, etc., But I did not threaten their election chances, because they know darn well, I’d be lying if I would say I’d consider a Dem. They have us over a barrel.

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      • rebelinme2 says:

        There is something the GOP does care about and that is money, I donated to President Trump and We build the wall last year and this year as I didn’t see the GOP supporting We the People’s direction or Our President. I wrote the same on every letter the GOP sent me, right across the area where they asked me to donate. If the GOP wants our money, they better listen to what We the People want and support it.

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        • COlibertybelle says:

          I totally agree, rebel. I put together a form letter I send in response to each letter get I asking for my support. I just check the box that applies, i.e. “I have yet to see anything you have done in support of my President, so hell no, I’m not going to donate to your campaign.” And then I put it and anything else I can stuff in the envelope that costs them money for me to use, and return it to them on their dime.
          It’s way past time to tell these bozo’s who we are and that they work for We the People.

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    • ms doodlebug says:

      It sounds like you’re already working for Bernie..


  31. dallasdan says:

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

    IMO, he missed his opportunity.

    I anticipate he will do his utmost to continue to suppress the truth. If he suddenly “comes clean,” he will be outed as dirty for having willfully covered it up. I am convinced the clock is running out on the cover-up.

    If the public learns from other than Barr the essence of the details SD has clearly documented, a seemingly inevitable situation given the information now in the public domain, Barr will be completely exposed as facilitating sedition.

    Either way, Barr is stripped of his righteous facade. The truth will take its toll and I will have no sympathy for either him or any of his DS confederates.

    SD has known Barr’s true colors from the start, and both steadily and tediously built a conclusive case proving his corruption.

    It’s time to burn-down the FBI and DOJ. Light the fire.

    I won’t be surprised to see Barr resign, claiming Presidential interference, so he can try to run away from it all.

    Liked by 2 people

    • guest4ever says:

      Fine by me. VSGPDJT should then put Sidney Powell in as AG on a temp basis X 2 or 3. The deep state would then totally loose it, and it would be a joy to behold!

      Liked by 1 person

    • COlibertybelle says:

      Yup, Barr’s already whining about President Trump’s tweets.


    • Judith says:

      I’ve been trying to reconcile the *real* motive for Barr’s interview in which he complained about Trump’s tweets. What Barr is really complaining about is sunlight. He simply can’t handle the truth.

      Barr is withering in the heat. In coming to Stone’s defense, out of left field, Barr was desperate to mute the inevitable comparisons to the Wolfe sentencing. I recall Wolfe’s lawyer’s veiled threat to subpoena SSCI CONgress critters just prior to that sweetheart deal. And, judging from Barr’s aggressive stance on Flynn, for example, his sudden defense of Stone sure doesn’t come from the goodness of his heart. Barr obviously did not want us to go *there* and compare the two cases.

      Now, Barr shamelessly and publicly blames our beleaguered President for his own lack of prosecutorial integrity, as if his swampy DOJ has an honest investigation worth protecting?

      Your last sentence is spot on, dallasdan. One more swampy snake who cannot tolerate sunlight has planted an excuse, foreshadowing his dash for the nearest exit. “He broke me,” indeed.

      Tweet or no tweet, it is time to sh!t or get off the pot AG Barr.

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  32. rrick says:

    In a federal crime, in this case, a coup against a sitting president, where was the crime committed? This is important for the Sixth Amendment is explicit that a jury trial take place in, “…the state and district wherein the crime shall have been committed.”

    That the 6A also calls for an “…impartial jury…” (within said state and district) is rather moot given the corrupt nature of a jury pool within D.C.

    Given that the seriousness of the charges rises above other capital crimes, that the crimes were against a sitting president, that the president represents all the people of the U.S. and territories, is it a viable option that McCabe, Wolfe, Brennan, et al. be tried in a court of law outside of D.C.? In other words, does not ‘vicinage’ extend to the entire country?

    All that being said, apparently the U.S. Supreme Court has decided that place of trial (‘jury of vicinage’) does not apply in the case of conspiracy. (That is, if I understand correctly. However, perhaps that is only when co-conspirators reside in differing locales. )

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  33. Troublemaker10 says:


    Barr has also installed a handful of outside prosecutors to broadly review the handling of other politically sensitive national security cases in the U.S. attorney’s office in Washington, the people said. The team includes at least one prosecutor from the office of the U.S. attorney in St. Louis, Jeff Jensen, who is handling the Flynn matter, as well as prosecutors from the office of the deputy attorney general, Jeffrey Rosen.

    Over the past two weeks, the outside prosecutors have begun grilling line prosecutors in the Washington office about various cases — some public, some not — including investigative steps, prosecutorial actions and why they took them, according to the people. They spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the sensitive internal deliberations.

    Liked by 1 person

    • BitterC says:

      Wonder if that’s why those 4 prosecutors went rogue on Roger? They know they’re in trouble, but now can claim they are victims of Trump’s revenge?


      • Judith says:

        Everything is a set up. So predictable. They pretend to fall on their swords as the Enemedia extolls their righteous indignation (!) when, in fact, just about everybody in DC is participating in an ongoing TREASONOUS COUP against our duly elected President.

        Those Ukrainian twins, Liu the gatekeeper, and now Barr’s DOJ (plus 1,100 former AG’s?) They behave just like swamprats scurrying off their sinking ship. Good riddance LOSERS!

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  34. landrand says:

    Wouldn’t it be incredible if Trump tweeted “We Know”, with a link to this article. Heck, he tweeted about a mayor excusing himself from a meeting and going to the restroom while fully mic’d, so there’s hope he will start to tweet Sundance’s incredible “We know” articles.

    Liked by 1 person

    • guest4ever says:

      I don’t tweet, but it would be amazingly fantastic if VSGPDJT just happened to come across Sundance’s incredible articles and analyses!!


  35. B. Franklin says:

    @Brittney – thank you for the comments on our President. You are right.
    Thank you CTH and SD.
    Thank you American Patriots – all of you. Cold Anger exits and unfortunately it is growing.
    Simply put, Politics is a crime. Politicians are criminals. Justice is not only 2 tiered, it is multi faceted.

    President Trump is the only one – he is our Neo. (matrix). PDJT is not a lawyer, he is not a politician, he is not a bureaucrat. How hard would it be to bring back the press briefings again, but this time lay out the corrupt activities by timeline, identify the participants, explain to the American people what went on and put it on record – regardless if the press will cover it. Show the overlapping and decisioning that mirrored the actions that followed. Identify the purposeful omissions. We have to lay this out, it needs to be pointed out. Force Barr to step up or resign and in the meantime, start looking for a new AG.

    I am so pissed that we are being played.

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  36. Theckman says:

    The Mueller Investigation spoke to Trump’s assistants, aides, past associates from decades ago, yet, Durham has not even spoken to McCabe!!
    These DOJ, FBI, CIA, ect. All have aides, assistants, associates that could be charged as co-conspirators, gee don’t you think many of them would talk. Of course they would,
    These investigations Barr has ordered are not complicated ones. Complicated is when your trying to find dirt on Trump to the point I am sure they spoke to every cleaning lady he ever had. Complicated because fabricating evidence gets tricky.
    Barr has a dot to dot map of corruption that a high school kid, interested enough could follow.
    There’s a paper trail and enough lower level people involved, with enough knowledge to be in legal trouble of their own (think Michael Cohen and his lies) that would spill the beans.
    The aides and assistants would not be lying or exaggerating about what Comey, Graham, Gang of 8, Brennan, Lynch, Page, Clapper, ect.. were involved in. Barr knows how to get people to talk and one month in, this mess would have exploded and started to unravel.
    Ugly, sad, devastating for the American people to learn how corrupt our government is, but, at least it would be the beginning of the end of this crap.
    The country has faced far worse historically.
    Barr doesn’t want these investigations going anywhere. The biggest difficulty is the scope and amount of supposed esteemed, respected players that are treasonous scum.
    Barr can’t expose them because he is to me, the lowest of the low. A drug and gun dealing thug that uses US government as a front for his career is not anything but a lowlife. How many lives has Barr ruined or killed with his actions regarding drugs and guns?
    These people are criminals that work for the government plain and simple.
    The sooner they are viewed that way the easier it will be to bring them all down.
    Our institutions will not be ruined, they will thrive and do what they are supposed to for our country.
    Barr is supposedly a religious man, if that’s not fake as well he needs to spend a lot of time in church to try and atone for all of his sins.
    The truly evil powerful individuals don’t think they have to play by the rules. They are so delusional and/or maybe it helps them justify their treachery.
    Bottom line Barr is a bad actor brought back into the swamp he helped create and is now preserving.
    I believe Trump had to get a swamp dweller in order to save hin from being thrown out of the Oval Office. Thrown out because we the people elected Trump and the deep state swamp decided that wasn’t going to work for them.
    So disgusting and sad!

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  37. Janice says:

    P/T will save the government by holding the criminals accountable, not the institutions.

    I re-posted just “part” of “David’s extreme long post today which I 100% believe applies.

    P/T will implement Justice because of everything David posted today, is spot on ( Not all here; see his original post “Trump Administration Day #1123”

    I did not re-post the entire David post and comments….too long.

    David says:
    February 16, 2020 at 1:37 pm



    1. The criminals need to and will be held accountable, not the Institutions. The operations and investigations will still continue and will be more effective with new employees, concentrating on doing the jobs they were paid to do.
    2. If it takes burning the entire establishment down it must be done; to stop the corrupt cancer from exponentially expanding. This is the last and only opportunity to save the United States.
    3. One thing is for certain, this can never be swept away or hidden, and the United States 100% will never survive and will be destroyed. About 60% of the Nation is burning with anger, scared of living in a 3rd world country and extremely upset with the treatment of PDJT.
    4. PDJT knows there are no institutions to preserve, they are already completely destroyed.
    5. 60% of the people know that the FBI/DOJ is allegedly corrupt by the people who run them.
    6. The only way to save the institutions is to indict/prosecute everyone involved.
    7. The reputations of the institutions are destroyed forever, until everyone involved in criminal acts (coup) are indicted and prosecuted.
    8. No reason to preserve the Institution knowing their on-going concern will guarantee the destruction of the United States.
    9. Clean house and drain the swamp deep.
    10. If Senators are exposed of being involved in the coup; they also need to be indicted and prosecuted.
    11. No-one should support and give any thought that exposing the truth will destroy the institutions; this is fake news by the coup/criminals.
    12. The United States is a self-correcting country and can easily endure the process of indictments and prosecution; it can’t endure to continue to have unequal justice and the FBI/DOJ allegedly being corrupt.

    Known Facts:
    1. The entire Law Enforcement Agencies allegedly was used for political reasons.
    2. FBI/DOJ is supposed to maintain the law.
    3. At this moment the U.S. is a 3rd world country.
    4. Barr or any A/G should never worry about saving the institutions of government; since the institutions are not corrupt, allegedly just the men/women who run the institutions.
    5. Match the criminal act with the actual criminal codes, without considering who will be charged. That is how the Rule of Law is supposed to work.
    6. No one is above the Law (Equal Justice).
    7. Prosecute everyone no matter who and how broad and how deep.
    8. The United States is a Nation of Laws; not men and women.
    9. There has to be Justice; or we are “Consenting” and “Agreeing” to allow no Rule of Law, no Justice and agreeing to a Globalist Constitution, to take over the United States Constitution, converting the a 3rd world country status.
    10. PDJT knows how to eliminate employees and will have no problem rebuilding the FBI/DOJ.

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    • Kathy says:

      I just read David’s original post Today, Feb 16, 2020 Presidential Politics and he is spot on.

      David also wrote a section on; INVESTIGATIONS TO CHECKMATE ALL ALLEGED CRIMINALS (DRAIN THE SWAMP). Interesting as always…

      P/T will not let the criminals in the institutions win this legal civil war; justice will happen.

      P/T is 100% responsible for justice and has the power to implement justice.

      P/T has many paths and easy cases to prosecute.

      Great investigative reporting Sundance, as always. Thank You!


      • Janice says:

        My favorite is #12
        The United States is a self-correcting country and can easily endure the process of indictments and prosecution; it can’t endure to continue to have unequal justice and the FBI/DOJ allegedly being corrupt.

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        • Kathy says:

          This is perfect!
          11. No-one should support and give any thought that exposing the truth will destroy the institutions; this is fake news by the coup/criminals.

          Liked by 1 person

          • Janice says:

            This is also good…

            It would be Great if at all the future Trump Rallies everyone Chants for 10-minutes, AND, do not allow
            PDJT to speak for 10 minutes.

            Justice, Justice, Justice

            Lock Them Up, Lock them Up, Lock them Up.

            10 minutes chant will be heard around the world.

            President Trump would love this 10 minutes Chant at every rally!!!

            This would help on many levels.

            Liked by 3 people

            • Kathy says:

              Yes, can you imagine the press reports on a 10-minute chant…they will explode.

              Barr…the house hearing would be a good day to ask the right questions about all the criminal acts we have evidence for. The key is someone needs to ask the right questions.

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  38. rebelinme2 says:

    I am glad you ,Sundance, followed up with this as I was confused after yesterday’s Barr article. I do see your frustration with people not supporting after you revealed whatever you did back in 2018. I write to the appropriate govt officials and speak my mind after you inform us, but I didn’t know about you until I stumbled onto the treehouse accidentally in Oct 2019. Since then I haven’t missed a Sundance article and have learned so much, and have spoken against govt corruption to representatives and Barr, and have conservatively informed others who seek the truth of this site. Thankyou for all you do and thankyou for preserving the last vestige of true journalism.

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  39. Bob, Esq. says:


    Once again, the clarity of your analysis is breathtaking. Thank you once again.


    Given everything you now know about the domestic information operations that have been run against the American people to propagandize them into believing Russia hacked the DNC and thus attacked America, etc., have you ever reevaluated your conclusions about what happened in
    Ukraine circa Feb 2014?

    Ever consider the possibility that the “Russian aggression” predicate is just the same card they played earlier to justify a coup–sorry, “promotion of democracy”–in Ukraine?

    The Russians never hacked the DNC servers; just like they never invaded Ukraine.

    “The reality is that, after two decades of eastward Nato expansion, this crisis was triggered by the west’s attempt to pull Ukraine decisively into its orbit and defence structure, via an explicitly anti-Moscow EU association agreement. Its rejection led to the Maidan protests and the installation of an anti-Russian administration – rejected by half the country – that went on to sign the EU and International Monetary Fund agreements regardless.

    No Russian government could have acquiesced in such a threat from territory that was at the heart of both Russia and the Soviet Union. Putin’s absorption of Crimea and support for the rebellion in eastern Ukraine is clearly defensive, and the red line now drawn: the east of Ukraine, at least, is not going to be swallowed up by Nato or the EU.”

    Those lying bastards made us, the United States, the aggressors; while managing our perceptions to make us believe the Russians were responsible.

    Riddle: You wake up in the morning, your paint’s peeling, your curtains are gone, and the water is boiling. Which problem do you deal with first?

    Answer: None of them. The building’s on fire!

    Who watches the watchmen?

    The Judge Advocates General of the U.S. Military, because they’re all that’s left.

    One of the most ancient and fundamental principles in all of law is expressed by the Latin maxim: Nemo iudex in causa sua; meaning “No one may be the judge in his own cause.” While there’s no bullpen to call to for relief from tyrannical law enforcement, a providential train of circumstances has not only left our bench-reserve players virtually quarantined, but possessed of the requisite honor, integrity, courage, commitment, and most important, loyalty to restore rule of law. The Military we trust every second of every day with protecting us from nuclear war is all that remains standing between the perfidious deep state and its establishment of an absolute tyranny over the American people. Their fidelity, predating the constitution by nine years, is our only hope of restoring justice through the investigation and punishment of those responsible for the treason.


    • theasdgamer says:

      The generals choose which JAG people get to prosecute. Generals are politicians in fancy suits. Guess which way they swing. You have to put everything in the hands of the junior officers. Let them choose the JAG people.


      • Bob, Esq. says:

        I think you’re absolutely right; and I feel kind of stupid that I didn’t realize it myself. I’d spent so much time working on the jurisdictional argument that I suppose I clung to the romantic idea that the ideas of loyalty, duty and honor still meant something to the majority of senior military officers.

        Nonetheless, just as a surgeon cannot possibly perform open heart surgery on himself, the DOJ cannot possibly be trusted to restore justice on its own.

        JAG is all that remains.


  40. lcsteel says:

    Paul Sperry
    Feb 13
    BREAKING: Obama Intel Czar James Clapper told CNN that #Spygate prosecutor Durham’s team has NOT interviewed him. Clapper ran the specious Intelligence Community Assessment (ICA) Obama belatedly ordered concluding Putin personally ordered Clinton camp “hacking” to help Trump win

    Liked by 1 person

    • COlibertybelle says:

      I do not believe Clapper and I wonder why anyone else would, either.


    • steph_gray says:

      I am going with the Roscoe Davis take on this one. It is not useful to waste time interviewing people who can already easily be shown factually as perjurers. Brennan and the top cabal are not going to “crack under pressure” and suddenly reveal their perfidy in an interview.

      Spend time interviewing those over whom there is leverage to get them to crack.


  41. A2 says:

    The ‘fork in the road’ in my opinion was when Gen Flynn pled guilty. If he had pled not guilty, the discovery would have stopped the entire Trump colluding narrative.

    By pleading guilty, he expedited the entire fiasco, gave the coup ammunition, and exacerbated the entire collusion narrative.

    Look at the timeline.

    This entire fiasco would have stalled if he had pled not guilty. The discovery would have shown this.

    Now, he pleads not guilty. Meh.

    And don’t give me messages about his son. If his son was innocent of charges, then he should have pled, not guilty.

    That was the so-called ‘fork in the road’.

    My opinion.


  42. Parrot says:

    All Sundance says above looks accurate to the partially informed me.
    But……. nothing can ever be done about it while the DoJ is controlled by the very political group whose operatives the DoJ must prosecute.
    As long as they control DoJ and the AG, or the AG is complicit or incompetent, all they have to do is refuse to prosecute and there is no appeal to any Court that can make them prosecute.

    The perps have control over their own prosecutions or lack thereof.
    Astounding legal system we have here.

    In UK or Australia it’s Royal Commission time. The Commissioner is appointed by the PM (President) with authority to use lawyers outside the Attorney General’s Dept (DoJ) and power to prosecute. Apparently those Brits and Aussies had an inkling something like the US DoJ could happen.


  43. hawkins6 says:

    Lee Smith’s soon to be outdated book “Plot Against the President” contains 329 pages on the Plot and only 4 ½ pages at the end speculating on “Convictions” for the plotters. The 1st name mentioned is Brennan for “abusing his authority to credential a conspiracy theory” and then Comey “set up obstruction traps,” Mueller (Weissman) “protect the Coup” and Hillary who started it all. No other names are listed.

    It is mind boggling that a banana republic type coup d’état and a bogus impeachment scheme to depose the POTUS were planned and executed in the USA. It’s even more disgusting that many Americans are still trying to cover up both schemes or don’t care. It’s also difficult to believe a dedicated, honest A/G would not be determined to smash the ongoing Coup conspirators and ensure that they never rise again in America no matter what it takes to do it.

    Some of the Coup members were fired but not indicted and many just joined a lucrative civilian entity like Lawfare or a MSM network to whine. mock and continue supporting the ongoing coup. Will there ever be a post coup accountability time period including justified convictions of the plotters that will contain enough info to spawn a few books and not just a few speculative pages on the subject? If only theories and speculations about indictments continue until the statute of limitations run out or a Dem gov’t is elected, then it does not bode well for the future of the USA.

    Liked by 1 person

    • hawkins6 says:

      To clarify—The great work sundance does here to uncover relevant facts and evidence is crucially important in many ways including putting pressure on A/G Barr and to uncover the truth for concerned Americans. The MSM is betraying their role in society so the efforts of SD, Judicial Watch, Lou Dobbs etc are more important than ever.

      The more knowledgeable and aware the people are, the harder it is for the “elite” to hide the fact they are duping and betraying them.

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  44. A2 says:

    Ok, my comment was put under moderation. I may have mistyped my entry log.

    So, I will try again.

    The so-called ‘folk in the road’ happened in my opinion, when Gen Flynn pled guilty. If he had pled not guilty, the discovery would have nixed the Russian collusion investigation nugatory.

    He did not, and I don’t care about the excuses about his son. If his son was innocent, he could have proved it in the discovery of the charges.

    When Flynn was charged, that was the impetus, or justification for the Crossfire hurricane, or whatever the coup plotters were up to. Obviously, they had the entire Trump election team under surveillance, that’s why Sessions, after narrowly being confirmed, had to ultimately recuse. he was under surveillance also. Can’t be seen as AG compromised on the Russian investigation.

    If Flynn had pushed back said, not guilty I reiterate, the entire coup plot would hVe been exposed as evidence would have exposed the plotters.

    Didn’t happen.

    So here we are, two years later. And Flynn, is now saying , not guilty.



  45. Ackman419 says:

    PDJT is gonna have to have a series of acting AGs after Nov.
    And FBI heads, etc.
    There have been a lot of tells that the fix was in, including EVERY senator refusing to allow recess appointments during this entire first term.
    Every single one is dirty.

    Liked by 2 people

    • theasdgamer says:

      The recess appointment fix was likely totally on McConnell. You play ball with him on this or you don’t get any of your bills on the docket. Or important committee assignments. Etc. It doesn’t imply corruption.


  46. nuwildcat1977 says:

    Bill Barr also finds himself at a fork in the road. Either he prosecutes those who broke the law or he joins them in the criminal conspiracy in an attempt to “preserve the institutions”. History will not be kind to him if he chooses the latter. We are watching…


  47. Parrot says:

    Do we understand that the reason they hate our guts over things so trivial as to be laughable is revealing?
    They regard non-them, conservatives, Conservatives, classical liberals, market based society etc etc… immoral.
    They don’t just disagree with you over things that can be disagreed about, your views are immoral.
    All left narratives are religious. You either comply 100% with the narrative or you are the enemy to be disposed of by any means. That easily includes disagreement with inedible nil fat, raw veg, low carb school lunches… indicator of evil intent.

    They aim to criminalise your speech. If they can succeed in banning opposition ideas by banning opposite language legally….they got it made in the shade.
    The big Universities are trying their best.
    If you haven’t read “Rules for Radicals” Alinsky….. you haven’t a clue.

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  48. lettruthspeak says:

    According to a video posted here in the comments section, dealing with the Iran-Contra affair and drug smuggling out of Mena airport in Arkansas when Clinton was governor, William Barr, then known as CIA agent Robert Johnson, was in on all the criminal activity, even directing much of the drug smuggling. This is an old video taken in the 1980’s or early 90’s, and later Barr became George Bush the elder’s Attorney General. If true, and I have no reason to doubt what is said in this interview because of the age of it, Barr is very Deep State, was put in purposefully to cover all this up and we are never going to get anywhere near the truth exposed as long as he is there. This is why all the criminals, Hillary, Comey, McCabe, Mueller, Strzok, Page, and all the rest are able to walk around smiling and laughing at us, because the fix was always in place, the insurance policy was not only going after Trump, but being able to squirm their way out of trouble no matter how much was and is exposed. America, you don’t own your country.


  49. Nessie509 says:

    Maybe this question was asked before?
    If the plot against President Trump was a Counter Intelligence Operation, are there any guardrails to that kind of investigation?
    If there aren’t any, then how can an Attorney General indict Government Employees who participated in the Counter Intelligence Operation?


  50. Bogeyfree says:

    One other minor point, have you noticed that the word COUP has never been used by Barr or anyone in the FIB or DOJ but yet 100M Americans can see that this was a COUP on a sitting President.

    Sidney was right the other day when she said something to the effect he needs to pick it up!

    Liked by 16 people

    • swal106 says:

      This is precisely the same take I have been saying that had to be going on all along. Why else would we see Barr absolutely REFUSE to order the prosecution of all those dirty DOJ/FBI members involved in this whole Coup Charade? There was no other reasonable answer to what was going on. AGAIN, we see where it appears these heads of those Departments are more interested in protecting their Departments Reputation, than to do what’s legally right. Who do you know that would be so vile a person to allow someone to be prosecuted, lose their life’s long wealth and go to jail just to protect a group of LIARS and the organization? WHO do you know that would be willing to possibly see a civil war start over the dishonest removal of a duly elected President, just to save face for a couple bad actors and their Departments?

      Liked by 8 people

      • 2zymos says:

        Sometimes street level “dope dealers” are allowed to continue to “sell” in order to take out the cartel.

        Its hard to believe but the leakers and the coup plotters are supporting players for a larger “cartel” operation.

        The arrest of Wolf&Watkins would have revealed only a “tiny bit” of the ongoing operation without having a “good chance” of leading to bigger “takedowns” & “unwinding” of full scale operations where the coup is only one small part.

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    • It’s not a minor point.

      Liked by 1 person

    • FrankieZee says:

      I don’t want to disagree with Sundance, but Barr does not give a shit if we know. He knows we know but he isn’t going to do anything, and he doesn’t care if we have no trust in those institutions, because we can’t do anything. What I don’t get right now, is why would Trump put up with this BS from Barr, when he keeps saying this can never happen again to another President. Maybe it is time for NUNES to get up on the floor of Congress and release all the classified info he has seen.

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      • Jederman says:

        I have believed the same for some time now. They have known that we know this for what it is. The loathsome obama admin weaponizing fed agencies to suppress political opposition during and after his regime, now via the “resistance.”

        You would think a few (and there is strength in numbers) of the often mentioned but never heard 99% field agents, worker bees… yada yada would speak up. They know too. A few members of the House keep the fire going but the corrupt senate… crickets.

        Nobody has the will or the stones to call out anyone or anything, openly. It looks cowardly to me.

        This will all come down to PT. What will he do now to drain the swamp. Bondo is a bust, frozen in place, unable to have it both ways. He may be able to keep the balls in the air for now, but this won’t go away and the “institutions” (obama, the resistance…) he’s trying to protect will crumble.

        The “resistance” is a non-governmental, Lefty agitation, organization and coordinated information and legal harassment campaign. It appears bondo likes to talk the talk about his professional independence and how unhelpful this Lefty activism is but not so willing to deal with it.

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      • Rob Allison says:

        FrankieZee – You raise some interesting points, but you state things as fact without backing them up and violate CTH policies by cursing while you’re doing it.

        You say that Barr knows we know but isn’t to do anything and doesn’t care if he have no trust in those institutions. That’s a statement of fact, but you don’t provide any links to back up where he’s stated or written this. You are stating an opinion.

        You also suggest Rep. Nunes release all the classified info he has, but you seem to forget that then he’d be in trouble, quite possibly under indictment, for releasing classified information.

        While your ideas are interesting and probably also felt by many, we can’t make statements as fact if we can’t back them up. And we can’t expect or ask our representatives to break the law and release information without authorization to do so. The problem boils down to who we’ve elected to the House and Senate and the fact that the voters have allowed them to stay there. Until that changes, no real progress can be made in fixing the deep problems of our government.


        • antiqueiron says:

          What, you want a notarized statement from Barr or something? It’s obvious that Barr doesn’t care what the people think, or he wouldn’t be doing what he’s been doing. That is a very reasonable assumption as none of us are sitting in Barr’s office every day listening. Sheesh. And that same old tired “we gotta elect better people…” bla, bla, bla. Wake up! We are Waaaaay past that stage. We are inches from a civil war, & some people think we can fix this over time via elections. If that were possible, we wouldn’t be where we find ourselves today. Oops, I didn’t provide a link as proof of that statement. (s)


      • Thinblueline says:

        Do you honestly believe President Trump doesn’t know what’s going on? Do you think he has to read a website blog to learn what might be happening in his Administration and Justice Department? None of us have a clue of what’s going on behind the scenes…it’s only speculation on our part. Always remember, this isn’t the movies where investigations and trials conclude in months. These type of investigations take a very long time. I’ve worked several cases that take years before charges are ever filed. And these cases are minor when compared to investigating the CIA and or DOJ/FBI. If anyone is telling you different, they have never investigated a criminal case before.


        • antiqueiron says:

          You’re right, except we don’t have years. We only have a few months at best. We don’t have time for lengthy investigations. Besides, those have already been done by the IGs. Any first year law student could get convictions with what is already public information. In fact, the info in this article is enough to indict some of them. Besides, this isn’t going to be fixed via the DoJ. It will have to be fixed via a massive operation coming directly from the White House.

          I hope Trump has a secret team of hard core, cut throat “killers” (as Trump used to call them) who have been wading deep into this swamp. People from outside of government, maybe from the Trump Organization. People he can trust. People who are loyal to him. People who can keep their mouths shut. People who aren’t afraid to get the job done no matter what. People who don’t care about dotting the i’s and crossing the t’s. People who win. All the time. Every time.


      • mrose201511 says:

        “He knows we know but he isn’t going to do anything, and he doesn’t care if we have no trust in those institutions, because we can’t do anything.” In a nutshell…


    • flyboy46 says:

      It is MY opinion that Barr is yelling “quiet” because he and Durham aren’t ready to pull the trigger. WE know the outlines of their case, but they are still collecting evidence and plea bargains, and UNTIL they get done with that process, they WON’T let a peep out to the public. Remember this fraud/coup leads ALL the Way to the TOP. Any leaks make their job harder, and they have such a massive job, it takes TIME.
      Patience, Patriots, PATIENCE!


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