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. Joe says:

    From day one I said Barr was there as a DOJ fixer. I hoped he wasn’t but assumed he was. 1100 DOJ former prosecutors just signed a petition for his removal. I suspect that any group consisting of thousands of attorneys will be a self-corrupting enterprise that is also highly vindictive. Our congress in 1908 warned us that a federal police force would become a political domestic spy agency used to intimidate our society.

    They were spot on.

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    • smartyjones1 says:

      Wrong. Oh look, 1100 DOJ former prosecutors for the Stasi State in America are urging he be removed before their friends get fully exposed. Gee, why would they want to do that to AG Barr who has been on the job but a mere year?

      It’s obvious AG Barr is trying to steer the ship and it’s clearly turning. Removing Jessie Liu and putting in Shea with oversight over the big cases is the kind of decision people have been demanding for the entire year AG Barr has been in the job.

      With his efforts, it’s come to pass and the General Flynn case will see major external review.

      Ok, time to move on and let the whiners and complainers take over the comments section who don’t have a damn clue. SMH.

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      • hitgirl18 says:

        barr loves jeesie lui, it was Trump that stopped her. I think that Barr doesnt want to prosecute his pals, and I think he himself may have some dirty laundry. I agree with the author. Barr should have a public disclosure of all of these facts, instead of telling the president not to be honest! Barr has been missing from a number of serious goings on when he should have said and done something. It was his place to tell mcconnell that there will be no trial because the dems never got the original vote, since mcconell was too weak and useless to have the courage himself to do the right thing! This is and was a goat rodeo wasting our money on a number of ilkegal processes, and their not done yet! I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again Trump should dump Barr and hire Sidney Powell, then there would be some action! Remind the obnoxiuos, anti- law dems that the AG works at the pleasure of the president! The president is his boss and the boss of every single intel employed, and if they dont agree with that boss’s policies, get the hell out! This lawfare shit has got to be outlawed! The dem criminals have been controlling the weak useless republicans for decades. They are pissed because they can’t controll this president!

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        • MustangBlues says:

          ”’hitgirl18 says: something

          Could not read your brilliant post; so many lines of text, more than 2 lines without a space goes to spam.


      • lolli says:

        Putting in Shea?

        Shea is another sweeper.
        Shea helped with the Epstein case. Lol

        Shea was around when Barr was AG under Bush, when Barr covered up Iran contra and ruby ridge. Maybe Shea wants to make sure it all stays covered up.

        That is my opinion, but the facts behind my opinion are still there.
        Any evidence Shea is better than Liu? Please share. It would be appreciated.

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        • mimbler says:

          and shea put the 7 to 9 year sentence recommendation forward. Only after it blew up did he say he was pressured to do it. So a boss is pressured by corrupt employees to do something like that? Just not credible.

          And as I understand it, Barr still hasn’t fixed that – he just withdrew the recommendation and said it was up to the Obama judge to determine the sentence, wink wink, nudge nudge.


          • lolli says:

            Yep, Barr said it’s up to the judge now.

            “But we had already made the recommendation, whoops, and we are glad to see Stone sentenced”(something like that. . Stone being so dangerous to society and all.
            Stone is only dangerous to the corruption in DC.

            Notice Rooster head Gowdy recommending 3 years? All the crooks on both sides want Stone silenced.

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            • mimbler says:

              No, I missed Gowdy. I hold him in very low esteem, and I’m still surprised he would recommend that large of a sentence for someone who lied about something that wasn’t illegal.

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    • QCM says:

      1100 former DOJ employees…remind me again that it’s just the top tier of people…99% are good people…where are the patriot former DOJ employees…where is their letter. /s

      Liked by 6 people

      • nkmommy says:

        I’m a former DOJ attorney, still licensed but not currently practicing, and I stand with President Trump. I hoped he would run before he even announced. Yes, I’m a rare bird in the swamp but there are a few of us who seek Truth and worship the real God and not a political party or a sports team.

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    • askandgettruth says:

      you are right joe 100%. i have been trying for a very long time to tell the sheeple in this country that it has been a CARTEL for a long long time. barr goes way back to iran-contra ruby ridge and many more fixers for this so called goverment.

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      • It’s clear…they all cover for each other. I’ve been researching this for over three years and time and time again just when it looks like “they” have enough evidence, they fail to find criminal activity. They couldn’t even find political bias in all those texts between Page/Strzok.

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    • It’s clear…they all cover for each other. I’ve been researching this for over three years and time and time again just when it looks like “they” have enough evidence, they fail to find criminal activity. They couldn’t even find political bias in all those texts between Page/Strzok.


    • Dee says:

      I too was suspicious of Barr and didn’t expect much. Sadly I have been mostly right. Here is to hoping he proves me very wrong. But sounds as though even Sundance is losing hope in Barr.

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    • I think we need to acquire more patience and trust in God’s plan. I don’t see anything wrong, thus far, with how Attorney General Barr has carried out his duties. He declined to prosecute narrow charges on both James Comey and Andrew McCabe. He’s staying focused on the enormity of the entire conspiracy. I believe the conspirators will be exposed and prosecuted. They just have to get the investigation and evidence compiled. They have to be ready to try their cases when they announce indictments. They need to be ready to go to trial. It’s a massive undertaking. There are conspirators spread throughout the Intelligence Community, Federal Law Enforcement, the Justice Department, State Department and even some in the Military. They’ve only been at it for a year.

      What keeps me going is the fact the President Donald J. Trump is absolutely the best President we’ve had since Abraham Lincoln. The man is worthy of our support, respect and gratitude. Everyone please remain firm.

      I agree with Sundance’s assessment of the James Wolfe plea deal being the wrong fork in the road taken. But I think there’s a very good reason for it. Who says Barr and Durham don’t have the SSCI in their sights? I’ll bet they do!

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      • Charles L Clark says:

        Any of us who have been following this coup attempt are well aware of how deep and dark it is. We all want justice now but it is hard not easy. The plotters are entrenched and fighting for their survival. We must win. Keep on keeping on.


      • Deplorable Incisor says:

        McCabe and Comey can still be prosecuted for additional crimes while they rot in jail for the crimes we already know they committed. It is a travesty and a slap in the face to law abiding Americans to see these two still breathing free air, when we know that any one of us that did what they did would be put behind bars SWIFTLY.
        They should have both been prosecuted, convicted and sentenced to the max for orchestrating a plot to spy on a candidate and then sitting President. This isn’t just a crime against Trump, it is a crime against the American people who voted for and elected Trump.
        Barr has done nothing to suggest that he will do anything different going forward either.


    • bertdilbert says:

      1,100 former democrat prosecutors just announced how deep the political bias runs in the DOJ. Thanks for outing yourselves. We should start by reviewing the cases handled by these 1,100 prosecutors because it is likely ripe with misconduct.

      Talk about sunlight!

      Liked by 3 people

      • CM-TX says:

        Excellent point!

        Has anyone checked some of the names to see where their political loyalties align/ what branches they were a part of?

        I only say this in the slim chance they weren’t corrupt, & instead trying to tell us something. Granted it does sound like a typical Dem Propaganda maneuver.


      • The Phantom Stranger says:

        The DOJ has always been loaded with Democrats and liberals; even during Republican administrations. There just aren’t many right-leaning lawyers willing to work for the lower Federal salaries.

        Trump’s biggest mistake was not firing every single person in the DOJ on day one. Reagan cleaned house that way. The “Resistance” would not have been half as effective if the layers of the DOJ weren’t stuffed with Obama holdovers.


  2. fangdog says:

    All that matters to the American mind is it American or is it not American?

    All the legalize explanation stacked to the roof top doesn’t mean Shift to someone as me and I don’t think I am far off the average Americans way of thinking, What we want is freedom, liberty and equal justice for all. All else they can stick it where the sun doesn’t shine.

    I mean do I really care about an exclamation? Hell no because it is bull-sh*t. Anyone screwing the American people and i don’t care if it is a the person who delivers your mail has to be made accountable to the American people.

    All that fancy is it this or that blah blah may be real in someones world, but not mine.

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  3. fangdog says:

    All that matters to the American mind is it American or is it not American?

    All the legalize explanation stacked to the roof top doesn’t mean Shift to someone as me and I don’t think I am far off the average Americans way of thinking, What we want is freedom, liberty and equal justice for all. All else they can stick it where the sun doesn’t shine.

    I mean do I really care about an exclamation? Hell no because it is bull-sh*t. Anyone screwing the American people and i don’t care if it is a the person who delivers your mail has to be made accountable to the American people.

    All that fancy is it this or that blah blah may be real in someones world, but not mine.


  4. hillbilly4 says:

    The words from the prophet Pogo were never more true: We have met the enemy and he is us.
    Its not the Russians, its the Americans. Russia has to be laughing.
    Perhaps the ghost of Joseph McCarthy needs to be resurrected.

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    • Green Bucket says:

      I’ve always thought that Putin was bent on breaking up the USA to get back at us for Reagan collapsing the USSR. Its taken a few decades, and lots of help from democrats, but I say we’re just about there.

      Maybe we can send all the libs to Russia, or China or even Venezuela since they love communism so much. Good riddance…


      • dollops says:

        If we can get past the Democrats’ hypocritical “collusion” anxieties, we will see Trump and Putin deal artfully. Being very similar in their respective nationalist aspirations, they need to talk. Russia is a very poor country (use google Earth to view their cities other than Moscow and St. Petersburg) and should be offered peaceful trade as an alternative to squandering its wealth on armaments and foreign adventures. Throw in Constantinople as a deal sweetener.


  5. Scotland Yard’s Detective Gregory: “Is there any other point to which you would wish to draw my attention?”
    Sherlock Holmes: “To the curious incident of the dog in the night-time.”
    Gregory: “The dog did nothing in the night-time.”
    Holmes: “That was the curious incident.”–“The Adventure of Silver Blaze”, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, 1892

    It suddenly struck me by its absence when Attorney General Bill Barr took it upon himself to scold his boss, the President of the United States, into silence:

    Why is it that the President the only one speaking up, anyway?

    Instead of the President being silenced about the partisan and criminal railroading of a political prisoner, the rest of Official Washington should be speaking up! Where are our so-called Elites? Why have the Washington Senators suddenly turned into the Washington *Crickets*?

    There was allegedly an effort to subvert the Consent of the Governed during the 2016 election, and a Coup Attempt on the Trump Presidency conducted by the FBI and the CIA, constituting a full-scale assault on George Washington’s Peaceful Transfer of Executive Power. “Allegedly”.

    Yet our Betters, on the most important public issue of our time, have suddenly gone mute.

    They are our Smartest. Just ask them.
    Our Best. Best what? Don’t ask.
    Our Most Patriotic. I didn’t say which country.
    Our Leaders. Applaud now.
    They are our “Best and Brightest”–which was a famous book by some guy about something that happened. I don’t know. But they all know because they read it. Because they read books. Big Books about Big Ideas.

    They are so wise and strong and good and they know just how you should live your life and how many gallons of water your toilet should hold. They know how many Persians you should hire and the exact percentage of our uranium supply that Vladimir Putin should control. If you thought the correct answer was “Zero”, that’s just because you’re not as smart as them.

    You see, they have a group named “CIFUS”, which is, of course, a type of high, thin cloud. Seriously. That’s where all the really Smart People in our government get together and give stuff to foreigners, especially foreigners who give them money and hire their kids. Stuff like our ports.

    You may ask “Why is this good for America?” Just kidding–you may not ask. At least, no reporter ever has, and they’re really, really smart, too. Reportedly. But I digress–which is the way your body absorbs food. Our Elites all went to Harvard. They went to Columbia. Some of them even went to Harvard and Columbia–even though nobody remembers them going there. Invisibility must be another one of their super-powers.

    But as smart as they are, they just can’t say whether or not the FBI and the CIA should be used for political surveillance to rig elections for the Democrat Party. It’s a curious thing, this Silence of the Brian Lamb-Crowd. Take, for example, Chief Justice John Roberts.

    He’s not just any old justice. And I mean old justices. He’s the Chief. The Leader of the Pack. He personally appointed all the FISA judges. Yet the only thing he’s said recently to Americans about the courts was this: “Gee, guys–if we all pull together, this will be the best yearbook evah!”

    Nothing about spying on political campaigns. Nothing about runaway judges–except to deny they exist. Nothing about D.C. juries. Nothing. Zip. Nada. Nolo Contendere–which is Latin for ‘tall candidates only’. Sorry, Mike.

    Or take Loretta Lynch. Somebody must have, because she has disappeared. She ran the Justice Department while many of these hi-jinks went on. If by “hi-jinks” you mean Sedition, Conspiracy and Wiretapping. Quiet as a church mouse.

    And what about this guy–what does he think?: I can’t say his name because he’s the Whistleblower. He went to Yale. He’s a CIA officer. He likes Disney princesses, long walks on the beach and overthrowing presidencies. Every single person in Washington D.C. knows his name except for Adam Schiff. Which is weird, since they’re roommates.

    Sometimes, for all their book-learning, our Elites like to pretend they are volcano-worshipping savages from the South Seas, forbidden by tribal taboo from uttering the name of the Volcano Whistleblower-god, lest he take offense and tell Adam. And you know how Adam gets!

    Even though it’s a foolish game for small children, half-wits, farm animals and Eric Swalwell, I think their harmless superstition should be respected and Muh Whistleblower’s Sacred Name should never, ever be uttered aloud in public. Our Elites have earned that much respect from us.

    Eric Ciaramella.

    Or how about CIA Director Gina Haspel? Does she approve of CIA officers overthrowing American governments? Who knows? She’s a cypher. Or is it cipher? Like the refreshing apple beverage. And what the hell went on in London, girl? Not a peep.

    Or John Brennan. We know what he thinks about the Coup, however. He thinks whatever Gus Hall and Angela Davis think. And Hillary, too–she thinks whatever Al Capone thinks about it. When he was drinking. Heavily. In the morning. In bed. Alone. Except for the cats. And the cirrhosis. Which is the way your body absorbs vodka/ Diazepam/ hot sauce cocktails. It’s also a type of high, thin cloud.

    And speaking of Chicago community organizers, what does the World’s Smartest Man(tm) think of Spy-Gate? Our Press Corpse certainly won’t ask him. He has nothing to say. No leadership. No explanation. No denials. No quiet yet confident assertions of avuncular firmness. Just *crickets* chirping. And cockroaches. Always the cockroaches.

    Once upon a time, you couldn’t get him away from a microphone. He had wisdom to spare, insights beyond mere mortal men and a visionary’s grasp of the Big Picture. Now he’s eating Cheetos on the couch while Dubya is giving his wife a shoulder rub down on the beach. Forget it, Barry; it’s the Vineyard.

    Oh, How the Mighty are Stallin’. He was a Russian leader, too. He liked Police State-coups and he wasn’t afraid to say so. Our Elites seem to like them, too–just in secret.

    That way, the dogs don’t bark, Sherlock.

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  6. 6x47 says:

    Hey, no worries, treepers! This is just more of that 64-D chess LOL.

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  7. Doppler says:

    I wish 5000 current and former DOJ &FBI employees would write a Bill Barr a letter urging him to clean out the corruption, put an end to FBI-generated leaks feeding Big Lie Media false narratives, demanding accountability for politically-driven law enforcement decisions, closing with the prayer, “Oh Lord, we pray for the courage and patience and wisdom to always follow the truth, come whence it may, cost what it will.”

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  8. Phil aka Felipe says:

    ‘The Fork in The Road Few Noticed’

    Have you noticed that, like a NASCAR track, when it comes to the Fork in The Road, it is always LEFT TURNS when it come to the Fork taken?

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  9. M W says:

    I said that if there were not arrests and Indictments by July 4, 2018, that the coup was successful. I stand by that assessment. Bill Barr’s/Durhams so called investigations are being used to uncover all the actual facts, acknowledge they have been seen by DOJ people , and then simply deem those discoveries of crimes as insignificant and unworthy of DOJ action. Case closed…..It has always been as plain as the nose on your face.


    • DeWalt says:

      If we have never ending strings of investigations they will never have to declassify everything. Evidence for the grand jury stupid.


  10. Excellent article by Andy McCarthy on why McCabe wasn’t charged. Lots to think about.

    Liked by 4 people

    • berniekopell says:

      The McCarthy article also explains why comments by an executive branch member, POTUS included, about an ongoing criminal probe or trial are not OK and in the end are counterproductive — they serve to help the bad guys argue they are not being prosecuted fairly. Hence why I still agree with Barr that some POTUS tweets need a filter.

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      • Macro says:

        McCarthy writes, in “The Non-Prosecution Decision”

        “We may never get a satisfying explanation for the Justice Department’s decision to drop the McCabe probe. That’s the way it is when such complicated reasons and motives are at play.”

        McCarthy writes for National Review. He is a member in good standing of the D.C club, Republican. (Yes, I’m making an ad hominem argument, but I’ve read him for years.)

        So he concludes that the case is too complicated. Who made it complicated? Who is engaging in complicating the case with endless subterfuge and intrigue?

        And the preferred path forward is for the chief executive to keep quiet and let the coverup proceed, camouflaged by complicated reasons and motives?

        I think not.

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        • Doppler says:

          “It’s complicated” is a phrase used to justify doing the wrong thing because of conflicting influences. Those who use it to justify doing something other than blind administration of justice should announce conflicts and recuse themselves from participation in that process. Nation of laws not men. Nation of blind justice, not conflict-ridden administration of law enforcement.
          “The truth shall set you free.” John 8:32.
          “For here we are not afraid to follow truth, wherever it may lead us, nor to tolerate error, so long as reason is left free to combat it.” Thos Jefferson in letter recruiting faculty from England to the University of Virginia.
          “Oh Lord, we pray that you will give us the courage, the patience and the wisdom to seek always after the truth, come whence it may, cost what it will.” Motto of the Virginia Theological Seminary.


      • DeWalt says:

        Could it be those tweets are from a man who knows nothing is happening ?


    • DSK66 says:

      I’m not going to get into a back and forth on the AG.

      But commenters fail to include a key aspect of what he said to ABC.

      Specifically: he’s concerned w POTUS tweets re: “someone should be investigated for this or someone should go to jail and IT TURNS OUT YOU ARE INVESTIGATING THEM at that point, let’s say, this is a hypothetical, then what do you do?”

      I suspect he actually ain’t speaking hypothetically.

      The Intels, as I know from very direct experience, are exceedingly slippery boys and girls. So, while I understand the anger, I trust we bear in mind a larger, evolving picture.

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      • Doppler says:

        DSK66, Alan Dershowitz proclaims this morning that President Obama had his FBI investigate someone at the request of George Soros.

        The hush-hush process you recommend provides cover for just such swamp abuses. The prohibition on political interference in law enforcement becomes an excuse to hide it from the public.

        Better a President who doesn’t speak to his AG in private about specific cases – thus avoiding “conflicted” investigations – but announces his feelings about what he perceives to be injustice to the world. Barr’s response should be the President’s tweets make his job more difficult, not “impossible.” More difficult because he has to reassure the public that he is acting independently, but not impossible. Especially for a President who was elected to drain the swamp.


    • Peppurr says:

      Simply sickening.


  11. If you still believe Barr is not a cover-up artist:

    Barr: I think Epstein killed himself

    Liked by 5 people

    • litenmaus says:

      My favorite ‘Barr-ism’ on Epstein’s death – “It was a perfect storm” (no arrests-no indictments)

      Liked by 2 people

      • Anyone with a basic understanding of math knows that the likelihood of cameras “failing” and all of the other “accidents” that accompanied the “suicide” is less than winning the lottery.

        Liked by 3 people

        • CM-TX says:

          Go figure, b/c Epstein had a shell-company that actually did win the lottery (OK or N/S Dakota maybe?? Powerball or some such big winnings). Funny that!

          However: Epstein (really) didn’t kill himself. I personally think he’s hanging out on some Island, somewhere.

          Maybe with his odds-defying luck, he’ll be “struck by lightening, while be eaten by sharks”*[with lasers] … (*Ty O’Keefe)

          This could happen while he’s out scuba-diving… after just finding a massive sunken treasure. And then an astroid will fall on him for good measure!


    • bertdilbert says:

      Speculation on Epstein’s death make it impossible for Bar to do his job.

      Liked by 1 person

      • stenwin77 says:

        No, the FACTS are making it difficult for Barr to do his job.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Jederman says:

          There are likely many things that make Barr’s job difficult. So what.

          If he doesn’t want to do what must be done he should quit and go back to whatever he was doing last year. Bagpipes or something.

          We would all be better off without the equivocating. This has never happened to our country before. It’s a very big deal. obama was involved. It was sedition.

          He should be part of the CORRECT solution. Not sniveling about PT’s tweets. Unless of course it’s just another episode of the constant DC kabuki dance.


  12. While we may not drain the swamp overnight, how about little by little?

    2020 – President Donald J Trump, Republican House & Senate
    2024 – President Donald Trump Jr, Republican House & Senate, Rinos retired and replace with Republicans
    2028 – President Donald Trump Jr, Republican House & Senate, FBI, DOJ, CIA dissolved and necessary parts rebuilt


    • steph_gray says:

      It may not go that easily.

      But one thing you are absolutely spot-on about – it will take decades to repair what was in the process of destruction for decades.

      This is why the hair on fire crowd insisting on burn it all down now at every turn of events doesn’t impress me.


    • DeWalt says:

      No one ever tries to fix a slow drain.


    • Peppurr says:

      I would be shocked to get a Republican House. Right now, even Democrat Nancy has lost control.


  13. antiqueiron says:

    The really amazing thing to me is, as we know, the Senate is up to their eyeballs in the coup attempt. President Trump staked his & his entire family’s future, along with ours on some of those very same crooked people! He really rolled the dice on that one. Just think of where we’d be if they double crossed him and convicted. We 100% would be at civil war right now.


    • Macro says:

      “The really amazing thing to me is, as we know, the Senate is up to their eyeballs in the coup attempt.”

      Yes, this is the really amazing situation that still is out of view while outrage focuses on the FBI, CIA, NSA, and the other operatives who carry out the directives of the Directory. That is the purpose of the “outrage trap.”

      The Wolfe plea bargain shines an unwelcome light on the SSCI. Burr is the Chair. And McConnell is a member. Burr basically must work in close coordination with McConnell. That’s how McConnell works. Any attack on the Senate Committee is a de facto attack on McConnell (who is the grand master of the Uniparty deep state, globalist business faction, which happens to favor conservative judges who can preserve a status quo, required for long-term dealing.)

      Pres. Trump needs McConnell. McConnell probably could have, if he really had to, found a way to advance the impeachment and force removal of the President. And if not in the previous impeachment proceeding, then in the next one. As long as a tense balance exists between Pres. Trump and McConnell, Pres. Trump can continue to advance his MAGA agenda. Pres. Trump has 95% approval rating. McConnell will win another term in the Senate.

      This situation is like watching Sherlock Holmes and Professor Moriarty wrestling at the precipice of the Reichenbach Falls.

      Liked by 2 people

  14. litenmaus says:

    It is perfectly legal for Representatives and Senator’s to stand on the floor of the Senate and blatantly lie to and about American citizens yet it is considered criminal behavior if a private citizen stands before a House or Senate committee and lies to them.

    King George would be proud…..

    Liked by 2 people

  15. landrand says:

    For what it’s worth, Joe Digenova and Victoria Toensing still believe Barr is going after the coup plotters. Joe Digenova even mentions that Barr has assigned Sr. prosecutors to review a series of cases in the US Attorney’s District of DC (Jessie Liu) for lack of backbone and not doing a professional job.

    Liked by 2 people

  16. thebigolddog says:

    In 2008+ they refused to prosecute the criminals on Wall Street to protect the financial institutions and the financial system. Now they are doing the exact same thing with the criminals in our government in order to protect corrupt institutions and systems. How can this possibly end well? All they are doing is delaying the inevitable and making the eventual collapse far worse. It’s looking a lot like France in the 1780s right now.

    Liked by 1 person

    • TarsTarkas says:

      They refused to prosecute the criminals on Wall Street because they did not believe they had actionable cases. Because the so-called ‘crimes’ were actually legal under the existing statutes thanks to crony-captured regulators and Congress. But the mob wanted blood, so they extracted the blood from innocent bystanders, i.e. the stockholders (many of them you and me if indirectly through pension funds).


  17. freespeechfanatic says:

    The deeper problem with Barr is that the political consciousness of a critical mass of citizens have outdistanced him to such an extent that he’s left hanging in an embarrassing and untenable spot. He doesn’t seem to be able to understand this and seize the moment.


  18. Baby Hurley says:

    Great (and relevant) insight on how the DOJ, FBI, and our dear representatives work together to slow walk, cover up and otherwise ignore and/or participate in massive amounts of DC corruption.

    Liked by 1 person

  19. Interesting development here:
    (Sorry in advance if this is considered off-topic)
    Looks like Pientka is a close second in the coup’s lynchpin rankings.

    Liked by 1 person

  20. TarsTarkas says:

    As I said on an earlier thread, the institution and the people within it are not one and the same. The fire needed to burn out the rats will not necessarily destroy the institution, in fact it might actually anneal the structure and make it stronger. I believe there are a lot of people in these institutions who would be willing to do the right thing if they didn’t know they would be punished for it. As long as the corruptocrats are in charge, that will not happen. The corruptocrats must be removed, no matter how bitter or bloody the struggle is, or half the country will cease to aid and cooperate with the government, any government. That way is the path of brutal amoral anarchy where the only rule is the rule of might.


  21. Bill Henslee says:

    Curious that the name of the Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman never comes up in the newspapers or even Fox News contributors. Senator Burr had to be part of the coup conspiracy or he would have dropped the hammer on Wolfe. And he would have chaired a proper investigation of oversight of all the shenanigans of the anti-Trump actors in the intel and DOJ. After all, he is a Republican, isn’t he?????
    He may be the smartest one of all the conspirators of the coup and be able to walk away from this mess without a mention of transgressions.


  22. Zippy says:

    Oh, look! The nth sign of corruption for which there will be no consequences.

    New details emerge from Clinton-Lynch clandestine tarmac meeting
    Feb 17, 2020


    • CM-TX says:

      And the CRIMINAL threats & intimidation of innocents will continue– UNTIL Law & Order is restored across the board!

      Start at the top, then quickly work your way down in arrests! If you remove the heads of the snakes, the minions (aka.lackeys) won’t be receiving orders to carryout this kind of BS!


  23. 1000 Clowns says:

    Stone and Flynn have strong arguments for mistrial/plea withdrawal. The judges should grant both, and dump the whole mess back on the DOJ.


  24. MustangBlues says:

    It is a pity that posters here do not read the guidelines of posting just posted by Sundance. The endless streams of clumps of text, 10, 15 , 20 or more lines with a break is not readable to these old eyes.

    Of course, Sundance’s posts with the double spacing after each two sentences is a breeze to read and comprehend.

    Sure am missing a lot of probable smart comments, but that the price of the market choices.


  25. Tom Hansen says:

    Barr knows that WE know, since there is now a plethora of public information available out there of what took place, when it took place, and who the the characters were who were involved in the coup. He knows particularly that the President knows. After all, the President said we caught them all.

    The Presidents tweets were meant to put pressure on Barr to make the right decision to come clean, to declass the docs and expose all of the corruption. Trump gave him the authority to do it with the expectation that Barr will follow through.

    That is why I believe Barr will explain it to the American people when Durham completes his investigations, as Barr previously stated, which is late spring, or early summer. At that time, I believe Barr with Durham standing behind will announce to the world criminal prosecutions of people that will be a total devastating earthquake to the DC swamp that will include career officials throughout the government agencies, and diplomatic corp, current and former political leaders in both the House and Senate, and former Obama Admin., key broadcast and print media figures, and also corporate level executives of various industries.

    The only way to restore confidence and faith in the U.S. government to the American people is to clean house, and drain the swamp for good. Barr knows this. But as Sundance has said, Timing is everything, and Barr will only get one shot at it, or our nation’s institutions will collapse internally, and America as we know it will be lost and taken over by its enemies from within.


    • TarsTarkas says:

      We can only hope.

      And that we’re also not in the middle of the next cry for impeachment for POTUS not having finished drinking a bottle of Diet Coke. Because to the MSM that will be far far more newsworthy.

      Liked by 1 person

    • The only thing that I would wish for these professionals to do is to find a way to start rolling out the indictments in stages. I think that it is extremely, extremely important for the American people to witness “the Due Process of Law.” And also to see that every one of these people who strived so very hard to deprive the US President of his legal and Constitutional rights are scrupulously accorded theirs.

      We don’t want to live in a country with an apparently two-tiered justice system. We want to live in a country whose Government we trust and, indeed, are proud of.

      … and I think that many millions of people who work for that Government, in whatever capacity it might be, also want the selfsame thing.

      … I cling to the expectation that William Barr also wants it. I want to give him his honored legacy.


  26. ed357 says:

    Trump45 release all of the complete files… for redactions…..

    The only reason for a redaction should be to protect US assets in foreign countries…..

    Let our citizens know and deal with the corruption.

    Release the Kraken.


  27. Janet M says:

    Sundance you have done an amazing job laying out the corruption of the DOJ and intelligence agencies et al. Thank you for bringing it all to light and exposing the enemies within the government. It is disheartening and infuriating. Is there anyone on the inside willing to risk it all and hold these people accountable. I fear the Republic is already lost and there is no hope for real justice.


  28. Zephyrbreeze says:

    Kurt Schlicter: Burn It All Down

    “I want you to tell me, without bursting into laughter, that I am still supposed to respect our federal law enforcement institutions. I keep hearing about these wonderful keepers of norms and rules and stuff deserve our awe, and then I see the tawdry, self-serving and scummy way they operate, and gee – there’s a disconnect. A big one. If the price of our society is submitting to these corrupt and incompetent people of garbage, well, then I say burn it all down.

    “That’s the only way to save it: to level it and start over.”

    “…So, what do we do? I mean, besides refuse to pretend any longer that the feds are Efrem Zimbalist, Jr., instead of seedy little crustaceans like Andrew McCabe or the hard-five sext twins?…”

    great read…

    Liked by 1 person

    • Issy says:

      Absolutely brilliant.


    • CM-TX says:

      “The other thing is that the president needs to pardon Roger Stone, Mike Flynn, and the others caught up in the scummy attempt to criminalize dissent. And he should commute Paul Manafort’s sentence to time served. Time to use our power to do justice for those who are victims of injustice.”

      Liked by 1 person

  29. owtolunch says:

    A fork was taken by DOJ before Wolfe was charged – the June 7, 2018 indictment did not charge him of leaking classified information; only lying to investigators.. …An additional fork was placed in the road by Wolfe’s Attorneys a month later when they sent letters to the members of the SSCI informing them they would be called as witnesses in Wolfe’s defense. That brought direct pressure upon DOJ from SSCI members. This needed to go away.

    Julian Assange —- Assange extradition hearing is now set to proceed in two parts: From the beginning of Feb. 25, 2020, for one to two weeks and then to resume on May 18, 2020 for three more weeks.

    Assange attorney speaks…

    “We have now learnt from submissions and affidavits presented by the US… that they do not consider foreign nationals to have a First Amendment protection.”


    • Roger Duroid says:

      Isn’t that special, no 1st amendment protection for assange YET every single foreign national illegal in this country magically has 1st, 2nd – through whatever and full constitutional protection. according to SC.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Issy says:

        One can only assume the freedom you have is given to you by the rulers in government and are susceptible to change depending on your usefulness to their agenda.


    • lolli says:

      But illegals in our country, who have countries of their own but snuck in, have a right to
      everything? Even funding and insurance I can’t access.


    • willthesuevi says:

      “We have now learnt from submissions and affidavits presented by the US… that they do not consider foreign nationals to have a First Amendment protection.”

      Really? There are a boat load of illegal immigration Lawyers that would disagree with that statement. We have been told for years that illegals have the same constitutional rights of citizens.

      Is the DOJ just winging this crap now?

      Legal Beagles – am I wrong?

      Liked by 1 person

  30. lcsteel says:

    Is there a way to donate to support Sundance’s journalistic efforts to shine light on the corruption?


  31. Brian Baker says:

    What Bill Barr should have said in his recent interview with ABC News:
    “Lies and corrupt decisions by officials within the FBI and DOJ makes it impossible for me to do my job.”

    Liked by 3 people

    • mimbler says:

      Exactly Brian. PDJT’s tweets have zero impact on Barr’s job as he, himself stated in the same interview!


    • Issy says:

      He is doing his best to clean up the mess of lies and corruption. Cover-Ups are never easy, and if you have that pesky President Trump tweeting about all the injustices in the doj, well it is darn near impossible to succeed. 🙂 I wish Barr continued unsuccess if he continues down this road.


  32. RogerThat! says:

    I’m reminded of SD’s cold anger statement. Yes, and mine is still there and burning ever hotter and brighter. But I’ve had enough.
    I wonder when and if that cold anger ignites, in a wide spread movement of the common people, actively setting it right, in an attempt to right the ship.
    Although I hope (no, I pray) that it won’t take that kind of overt action, the need for that kind of action is more and more evident.


    • Issy says:

      The only way the common people will ever get anywhere is to put pressure on your elected representatives. The odds are not all that great with that either but it’s doing something. The republicans need to be told in no uncertain terms to support the President you elected or to get out.

      I am so tired of their wimpy criticisms. We know most of them want Trump gone, but do many of them know we want them gone. They need to understand that Trump will be gone after the second term, and unless they start supporting him, we won’t support them individually anymore.

      The entrenched republican politician does not really care about losing the majority in congress, but they do care about losing their individual seat.


  33. @ChicagoBri says:

    The only problem is the size of “we.” Regular Treepers have followed along with Sundance’s explications of the Obama administration’s interference in our 2016 election and ongoing interference in governance since January 2017.

    Sadly, though, there are only about 275,000 of us Treepers. Sure, we share links to articles, but who knows who reads them?

    I share links with people who don’t read them and the feign ignorance that there even is a slow-motion coup that is ongoing to this day.

    MSMedia has opted for ignorance, and that cannot be ‘debunked.’


  34. Deplore Able says:

    In fairness to Bill Barr, Wolfe was let off the hook before Barr was confirmed as Jeff Session’s replacement. The time line is interesting.

    December 7, 2018: Barr is nominated to replace Jeff Sessions.
    December 10, 2018: Wolfe is sentenced to 2 months in jail.
    February 14, 2019: Barr is confirmed by the Senate.

    The deep state didn’t waste any time getting the sentencing completed after Barr was nominated. Perhaps that is a good sign.

    Still, what has Barr done during the past year to bring sunlight on this mess? In May, 2019 Barr appointed John Durham to investigate the origins of Russiagate. We know that investigation now includes Brennan and the use of the Steele Dossier in the ICA. We know both Durham and Barr have spent time in England and Italy. Last week Barr intervened to stop abusive sentencing for Roger Stone and appointed an independent prosecutor to review the Gen. Michael Flynn case.

    So far we know nothing about what the Durham investigation has found, which is not necessarily bad. That information shouldn’t be make public until indictments are issued.

    I remain hopeful, but not confident that justice will prevail. My fear is that some of the bad guys are too high up the food chain and know so much, they can’t be prosecuted. How do you send a former director of the CIA to jail?

    Liked by 1 person

  35. willthesuevi says:

    I agree with SD.

    We know.

    It is FuBarr.


  36. Oldretiredguy says:

    Three things strike me as really meaningful; First how can any of these underlying crimes be prosecuted without the defendant pointing up the chain of command and at a much larger conspiracy? Second, following that logic, how can those involved in sedition be held accountable if the top of the crime structure is not also indicted? How does the nation deal with the criminal prosecution of a former US President? Anyway you dice this mess, Obama himself was holding the reins. Unless both the Evil Hag (Hillary) and Odumbo are not included in the larger criminal conspiracy indictments, where does the accountability end? The third thing is the timing of any indictments. What crimes have statute of limitations restrictions and what impact will indictments have for the 2020 election?


    • TarsTarkas says:

      The phrase ‘Unindicted co-conspirator’ comes to mind.

      That would stick to Obama and HRC forever and it wouldn’t be considered a badge of honor by either. If their underlings or some of they are prosecuted and convicted and thrown in jail, it might make people have second thoughts about working for either of them, or for anybody else like them.
      Perhaps. Of course the next batch will believe that it could never happen to THEM.

      Liked by 1 person

  37. toocoolus says:

    I’m still trying to understand why our President withdrew Jessie Lui from the recent nomination immediately after Sundance put sunlight on the fact that her nomination hearing would bring the Wolfe sentencing into play, and thus bring an opportunity to get all of this crap exposed. Was he pressured by Barr, and if so, why did he succumb? I do know that if ALL of the hidden corruption is exposed for the world to see, the US would be considered to have one of the most corrupt governments CURRENTLY in place, where all of the most powerful elements of our government are STILL trying to overthrow our duly elected President. And, that makes me wonder how our global economic status would be totally disrupted and prevent President Trump for further strengthening OUR economic stability…perhaps he is weighing out this risk??? Somebody help me out here…please!

    Liked by 2 people

    • mimbler says:

      I’ve been wondering the same thing, and if anyone has any answers I’ve missed them.


    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Lui nomination was sh!tcanned because it became clear that she was unfit for the job. It should obvious by now that it will take a decade to Drain the Swamp and the president has at least started the process. At this point his re-election is imperative if we are to save the Republic. Crazy uncle Bernie has said that “Trump is the most dangerous president in modern times” and indeed VSGDJT is the progressive socialist democrats’ worst nightmare.

      ~~~~~~~ TRUMP 2020 ~~~~~~

      Liked by 1 person

  38. magoo622 says:

    If Barr doesnt like the president tweeting about cases that were initiated on false pretenses, perhaps he should put them all on hold until Durham’s investigation is complete, He should do so publicly along with the legal background to justify it.

    Liked by 3 people

  39. On Fox News website within last two hours: “On Friday, Fox News reported that Barr appointed Jeff Jensen, the U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Missouri, to review the case of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. Justice Department officials told Fox News Jensen would be working hand-in-hand with Brandon Van Grack, the lead prosecutor in the case.”

    WORKING HAND-IN-HAND WITH BRANDON VAN GRACK is steer droppings. Van Grack should be the one investigated. FUBAR


  40. Sumoyokozuna says:

    I tried to donate, via my discover card, but your donation site keeps telling me to put in my pass word for pay pal…. I do not have a pay pal account…I DO NOT want a pay pal account …bad experience with them and I will never use them again…


  41. Paul Gallant says:

    Kurt SchlichterKurt Schlichter|Posted: Feb 17, 2020 12:01 AM

    “I want you to tell me, without bursting into laughter, that I am still supposed to respect our federal law enforcement institutions. I keep hearing about these wonderful keepers of norms and rules and stuff deserve our awe, and then I see the tawdry, self-serving and scummy way they operate, and gee – there’s a disconnect. A big one. If the price of our society is submitting to these corrupt and incompetent people of garbage, well, then I say burn it all down.

    That’s the only way to save it: to level it and start over.

    The scumbag Democrat donors remaining in the Mueller lynch mob decided that Roger Stone, an absolutely harmless gadfly whose real crime was being aligned with Donald Trump and therefore with you, should be sent away for seven to nine years for “crimes” that the Department of Injustice promptly gave a pass on to the loathsome Andrew McCabe. This is the same institution that also gave a pass to Felonia Milhous von Pantsuit, Comey the Looming Doofus, and those fugly FBI sexting twins.

    You would not get a pass.

    Then, if possible, it got worse as the garbage Stone conviction was revealed to have been obtained with an anti-Trump Democrat activist as the jury foreperson. Think about that – an active partisan on the jury. The judge – wanna guess who appointed her? – refused to dump this partisan off the jury because of course, a Democrat candidate for office could be neutral and how dare you question the integrity of the system harrumph harrumph harrumph.

    Please tell me more about rules and norms.

    I could continue about Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn and that disgraceful persecution, and others, but this is a column and not a book.

    You have no reason to cooperate with any of them if they come asking you questions. You’re a fool to do so – they seek to harm you, so you should protect yourself. Stone is where he is because he foolishly chose to testify.

    When a federal law enforcement asks you anything, repeat after me:

    “I invoke my right to remain silent. Please stop asking me questions. I want my lawyer.”
    You are not the enforcers of justice. You are the enforcers of a two-track system that excuses your pals and jams up your opponents.

    See, the stakes are high. A dual-track justice system is unsustainable in a free country. True, the Democrats behind these injustices don’t want a free country at all, but we do. If we tolerate these injustices, we won’t have one, and the bad guys are not going to like what happens next. This is how they got Trump. They have only gotten worse.”

    Kurt Schlichter
    Posted: Feb 17, 2020 12:01 AM

    Liked by 1 person

    • “ You have no reason to cooperate with any of them if they come asking you questions. You’re a fool to do so – they seek to harm you, so you should protect yourself. Stone is where he is because he foolishly chose to testify.”


      A wise man once told me:

      When the police start asking questions bear in mind that they are NOT acting in YOUR interests, and you ARE a suspect. They know what they know, and nothing YOU say will change that. It is ALWAYS best to request that an attorney be present to advise and represent you. After that, SHUT UP.

      Liked by 1 person

  42. Paul Gallant says:

    Hey Billy Barr – Some members within the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence conspiring with foreign and domestic actors to eliminate the President of the United States?


  43. Duke says:

    I noticed what you did there.


  44. oldersoul says:

    This column was just picked as the foundation for Lou Dobbs’ entire show tonight.

    And CTH given a hearty recommendation on air.

    Well done.


    • Moe Grimm says:

      +1. Tonight is the 3rd time I’ve heard Lou D cite “CTH” Sundance’s work. And there’s probably others I’ve missed. I know his producers are in his earpiece and he has to move through topics/slots, but left out was the JYT/Wolfe piece/Waldman phone texts and related time line that Sundance covered so well a few days back. Dobbs, Tuck, Maria Bart, Liz MacDonald make Fox. Lose them and they go on Death Watch.

      Liked by 1 person

  45. sundance says:

    Liked by 2 people

  46. CM-TX says:

    I agree with EVERYTHING he said…


  47. Bogeyfree says:

    So with these brilliant threads by Sundance pointing to the fork in the road for Barr, I thought it appropriate to go back and read Barr’s infamous speech from the Federalist Society.

    I found this section from his speech absolutely incredible and frankly incendiary to use Barr’s own word.

    “Immediately after President Trump won election, opponents inaugurated what they called “The Resistance,” and they rallied around an explicit strategy of using every tool and maneuver to sabotage the functioning of the Executive Branch and his Administration.

    Now, “resistance” is the language used to describe insurgency against rule imposed by an occupying military power. It obviously connotes — It obviously connotes that the government is not legitimate.

    This is a very dangerous — and indeed incendiary — notion to import into the politics of a democratic republic.

    What it means is that, instead of viewing themselves as the “loyal opposition,” as opposing parties have done in this country for over 200 years, they essentially see themselves as engaged in a war to cripple, by any means necessary, a duly elected government.”

    So Barr points out the “resistance” and what most of us call a coup, as very dangerous.

    But where is Barr’s same outrage of the resistance conducted by the DOJ and FBI against the President and the fact that this resistance has continued from many who currently work and have worked under him??

    I find this statement amazing and almost laughable.

    Is this hypocritical?
    Is this DOJ/FBI blindness?
    Or is this just needing more time?

    Well, we are a year in and I do find it hard to accept this statement knowing that he clearly sees the resistance but yet:

    1. The Flynn case continues when one should be able to determine if exculpatory evidence was withheld and if Flynn was framed?

    2. That the DOJ even with 4 counts against Flynn declines to prosecute.

    3. Even with the evidence of the Carter Page FISA Leak, the two people who orchestrated the plea deal for the leaker, face no legal action.

    4. Then we have the orchestrated Assange indictment to shut him down via jail.

    5. And finally with full authority to declassify EVERYTHING including Uranium One, HRC Server, DNC Server, Wiener Laptop, Hammer Hard Drives, FISA Abuse, Lying to FISA Court, Fake Dossier, FIB Contractor Abuse, Seth Rich Murder, massive DOJ/FBI leaking, Epstein, impeachment WB and Ukraine we have zero crimes and zero indictments.

    But hey, resistance is “very dangerous” as Barr so eloquently said.

    Now if only he would back up his speech with real justice against those who see “themselves as engaged in a war to cripple, by any means necessary, a duly elected government” to quote AG Barr again.

    Frankly what Barr says just above sounds a lot like Seditious Conspiracy – 18 U.S. Code § 2384 to me.

    And we assume Mr. Barr, that this applies REGARDLESS if they work or worked in the DOJ and FBI!

    It is time for accountability, truth and justice for all Mr. Barr!


  48. anthonydog says:



  49. anthonydog says:

    Read section on James Wolfe:



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