Barr’s “Outside Prosecutors” and the FISC Sequestration Agreement…

When the FISA Court responded to the DOJ Inspector General report in December and January 2020 they requested an action plan from the DOJ and FBI to respond to the issues raised about misrepresentations to the court.

The DOJ/FBI replied to the FISA Court admitting the last two FISA renewals (April, June ’17) used against Carter Page were insufficiency predicated while withholding opinion on the original application (Oct ’16) and first renewal (Jan ’17).

To address the consequences of fraudulently obtained FISA warrants the DOJ and FBI informed the court they would begin a process to “sequester” all collected evidence from all four FISA warrants. [FISA COURT LINK]

Sequestering the evidence is essentially a search for what investigative material the FISA warrants were used to obtain; ie. the search for the fruit of the poisoned tree; and then a review of all DOJ/FBI cases that may have utilized that investigative material.

In late January the DOJ contacted the FISA court and asked for an extension to the deadline.  The FISA court granted an extension until February 5th [LINK]  The response from the DOJ has not yet been declassified or released by the FISC for public review.

However, with recent media reporting of AG Barr using “outside prosecutors” to review current, former and ongoing cases, it simply makes sense this ‘outsider’ effort is part of the DOJ/FBI sequestration review.

If you consider that several DOJ offices may be involved with the material under review, including the Southern District of New York; The Eastern District of New York; The Eastern District of Virginia; The Washington DC District, and even Main Justice itself; it makes sense that outside DOJ personnel would be needed for this review.

Additionally, all of the various FBI field offices who may have used the FISA authorizations as the underpinning evidence to gain separate Title-1 and/or Title-3 warrants, wiretaps or National Security Letters, in their various investigative cases would also need to be reviewed.   This is an aspect the media is not discussing while they write opinions about AG Bill Barr bringing in outside DOJ attorneys.

The media are framing the use of outside attorneys as Bill Barr working on behalf of President Trump to undermine current and former prosecutions.  However, understanding the FISC order requiring the sequestration effort, the use of outsiders is absolutely necessary.

The same U.S. Attorneys, prosecutors and FBI agents who used evidence gathered from the FISA warrants cannot be the same attorneys, agents and prosecutors making decisions about what parts of the warrants were used to gather evidence and how each part of any case was assembled by the use therein.  It is a simple matter of a conflict of interest.

Additionally, the Robert Mueller team of FBI investigators and special counsel prosecutors certainly used the fraudulently obtained FISA warrants as part of their investigative evidence collection.   Common sense would tell us this had to be the case or the FBI and Mueller team would not have requested renewals of the FISA warrant.

If the FBI & Special Counsel were not using the FISA warrant(s) to capture information, they would not have needed them renewed.  Despite media spin to the contrary, the simple truth of renewals holding investigative value is evident in the renewal itself (ie. common sense).

Under this rather extensive effort to find exactly which investigations -over the course of three years- were touched directly, or indirectly, by the four FISA warrants; and/or which investigative paths may have been influenced downstream or enhanced -by varying degrees of importance- by evidence stemming from the FISA warrants; a reasonable person could see how AG Bill Barr would need to put a team together to retrace the investigative steps and make the sequestration determinations.

Obviously, for reasons of biased intent, corporate left-wing media would like to ignore why outside prosecutors are needed under this framework.  Ignored in part because honest reporting would require an admission the FISA warrants were fraudulently obtained; and in part because the left-wing media have never informed the public of the DOJ/FBI sequestration effort in the first place.  Likely more than half the country has no idea the DOJ and FBI have been told to go find the material.

There have been numerous articles, thousands of words, and endless hours of pundit protestations about Bill Barr using outside DC lawyers to review all of the previous DOJ Attorney activities; yet not a single time have they ever acknowledged the originating order from the FISA court requiring the DOJ/FBI to conduct the review.   Imagine that?

New York Times – Mr. 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 United States 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 A. Rosen. (more)

Lastly, perhaps within this process we can finally get an answer as to what legal justification Robert Mueller and the Special Counsel team used in order to gain access to all of the Trump transition team communications; which included attorney-client privileged material.

This issue from late 2017 was ignored by the mainstream media at the height of their willful blindness toward any corruption within the Mueller team:

FULL letter outlining the issues:



FISA Court Order – Requiring DOJ Response

FISA Court Order – Granting extension until Feb 5, 2020.

LINK to FISA Court Public Records

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383 Responses to Barr’s “Outside Prosecutors” and the FISC Sequestration Agreement…

  1. Michael Brower says:

    Thanks again, Sundance, for your insights. It astounds me as to how deep and wide the culture of corruption runs in our Government and media.

    Liked by 36 people

    • theoldgoat says:

      Power is a powerful aphrodisiac. Abusing power and grabbing on to powers never meant to be in their hands has been an age old problem. The lack of oversight due to the very nature of how these FISC operations were set up spells trouble. Unscrupulous people never have problems stepping outside their regulations and rules for their own self importance. Add in the globalist movement having goals at cross purposes to our way of government, it isn’t a shock to see this could be widespread and grow rapidly.

      Liked by 22 people

    • bertdilbert says:

      And we still do not have the scope memos for the Mueller investigation. The4 reason we do not have the scope memos is that the government would be embarrassed.

      Liked by 30 people

      • Will Hunt says:

        i don’t think “embarrassed” quite covers it.

        Liked by 12 people

      • Nobodysfool says:

        And where are all those indictments prepared some time ago, tucked away until the timings was right?

        As Obama’s judicial hacks are circling wagons and preparing the latest paragraph in The Insurance Policy, will AG Barr pull a Sessions, cave and promise to recuse from all things Coup?

        And what, pray tell, is Mitt Romney up to? He got himself captured in a photo lunching with The Insurance Policy guarantor, Peter Strzok. No coincidence or lucky ‘get’ by some photographer. It was staged. Mitt didn’t smile for the camera but he was grinning ear to ear at Peter. Maybe he was just excited and happy because Lisa was joining them later?

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        • I really don’t think that Barr was hired to “recuse himself.” This is obviously the most important concern for DOJ right now and it’s Barr’s job to handle it. Barr is a bulldog who plays the bagpipes.

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        • cboldt says:

          Barr has no reason or cause to recuse.
          Sessions had a political relationship with Trump. See 28 CFR 45.2 for the meaning and significance of that.
          The same argument that Session did not have to recuse, that counterintelligence investigations are not germane to recusal, also supports the argument that there was no basis for appointment of a special counsel. That appointment “requires” the presence of an articulable criminal basis.
          The press is hell bent on destruction of the republic. The public is ill-served. All of these points are basic law – juast as “the informant” in the recent impeachment fiasco is not a whistleblower is an elementary point of law.

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          • Sherri Young says:

            The OLC advised Sessions to recuse because of his involvement with the Trump campaign. The narrative became Trump/Russia collusion. That initial investigation into Sessions was alleged to be about finding if Sessions had an improper association with the Russian Foreign Minister. That helped cement the collusion story right along with Flynn’s phone call with the same Russian.

            Sessions was sidelined. Flynn was indicted. The traitors at the DOJ went whole hog.

            We could have lost our country through lawfare.

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    • MJJ says:

      What is avoided by all Media is not asking the One Question and calling for an investigation. Why DOJ, NSA, & FBI Counter Intelligence Units never Seized the DNC Computers once informed of a Criminal Hacking? If there is No Crime Scene there can’t be a FISA Warrant?

      The Crime Scene Investigator Roles are very different from how it’s portrayed on TV Media. FBI Counter Intelligence Real-life Crime Scene Investigators don’t single-handedly collect and analyze all the evidence especially in regard to National Security since 911 Patriot Act? They question witnesses and suspects, and start to identify the Perpetrators to unravel the many aspects involved in a crime. Until that question is asked over and over how other Investigations can happen when there is no Crime Scene Investigation by Outside Authorities not DNC Computer Experts that were American-Russian too?

      The Hacking of the DNC is still the Center of all Investigations but no one whispers about it anymore? No Crime Scene No Crime?

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    • JohnQPublic says:


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    • Horace says:

      It’s more than a simple culture of corruption. The Chinese Communist Party has a ‘culture of corruption’ but they aren’t seeking to erase and replace their own people. The bureaucrats in Washington DC are the rented whores of a would-be-planetary-aristocracy of transnational financialists (globalists) who are seeking to and have already partially succeeding in stealing our country and hijacking our civilizational mission of European liberty and replacing it with totalitarian madness that would would shock even George Orwell.

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  2. Rebierocket says:

    They say we cannot as a country handle truth revealed.

    Regarding the state of things, and whether or not our country is “strong enough” to survive discovering how many people have sought and are seeking to take it down:

    All one has to do is watch “Band of Brothers” or “The Pacific,” and read books about those subjects. Our chance to listen to the men of my Daddy’s generation is about gone.

    Anyway, watch the episode about Bastogne, or Guadalcanal. Imagine the courage and guts these Men had during that time. We call them Men — because they were 1000 times more Men than any of these pantywaists trying to destroy our America. And then realize these Men were about 20-22 years old.

    I could easily imagine a long line of these pantywaists being held for a time at a point, and then allowed to approach a point on a wall, offered a cigarette and perhaps a blindfold, and a pat on the little punkin head while someone tied their hands behind their back. The pantywaists will gasp as thousands of ghosts missing arms and legs and halves of faces take aim with an old M1 or a .45 or maybe just a sharp trench knife.

    It is our hope this scene replays every night as the pantywaists drift off to sleep.

    We can and will survive whatever needs to be survived, you gutless tie-wearing soulless shells resembling humanity.

    At this point, our saving grace is simply knowing that your spineless lives are devoid of joy, befitting those who only seek to destroy. You will never know the twinkle in the eye exhibiting the spirit of a Living God in the strangers you meet because you cannot recognize what you deny. And while you may control the cesspool inside DC, it is in fact your prison and your hell that you fear to go outside of.

    In the middle of the night when you wake, you cannot forget this one piece of simple math — you are afraid, and we are not.

    Good luck each night. The ghosts of our Fathers will visit. They tormented better men than you before they started shaving regularly.

    Your days are lofty but miserable.

    Your end will be fitting for those who never knew honor.

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    • sDee says:

      May it be so. Well said Rebie.
      They are the minions and henchmen of a greater evil.

      Liked by 3 people

    • lotbusyexec says:

      Profound post! Truth will prevail and good will rise from this pile of excrement the “powerful” served up to we “serfs” for attempting to want and expect more from our elected officials. I have been re-reading the Count of Monte Christo, a great read about revenge and redemption – all of which I look forward to from our own Count, PDJT! God speed AG Barr and Keep the faith Treeper’s, there IS light at the end of this tunnel AND it’s closer than we know!

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    • John Ostrowski says:

      Didn’t Shakespeare once write, “Kill All the Lawyers” ?

      Liked by 5 people

    • Will Hunt says:

      The contention that the country “couldn’t handle it” is patently illogical bordering on the absurd. The logical extension of that line of reasoning is that the country can handle/tolerate treasonous felonious and unpunished behavior at the senior levels of multiple government departments and agencies. We all know what the right thing to do is.

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      • trnathens says:

        It’s not that the country can’t handle it, in terms of understanding, in terms of even eventual forgiveness.

        What CANNOT be ignored is the immediate impact these reveals will have on the world’s perception of us. Some of our enemies may think that we are vulnerable, as we fight among ourselves, figuring out who did what, when, and why. The acrimony will be thick. Groups like Antifa will not sit idly by. There may be civil unrest and disobedience, even violent.

        Will China see our weakness and move on Taiwan? Will Iran try anything more bold? Will Russia take any more land? What about North Korea? And the stock market? Banks get spooked by their own SHADOW, imagine how freaked out they’ll be when it is revealed that our government is corrupt to the bone?

        Why do you think PDJT has spent so much time early on shoring up our economy, shoring up our military, and shoring up our judiciary? Because he knows what an impact this reveal is going to have.

        It’s not going to be pretty, as we continue down the path into the briar patch.

        Pray to know that God is in control. Love is the only thing that can conquer fear and hatred. We must love our enemies as ourselves.

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        • eagle931 says:

          Your points are well taken and the repercussions that you mention may happen. However, we cannot be paralyzed by the “might”, “may” or “could” of events. What happens, happens. A stand has to be taken, come hell or high water, otherwise we lose the country as we’ve known it and become another country that we don’t want to see. It’s way too bad that so many of our fellow citizens are clueless and, in fact, are unwittingly supporting sedition. These people will not be swayed, as they rely on the media narrative for their beliefs… and that’s the root of our problem, the media.

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          • trnathens says:

            We’ve lost already the country as we KNEW it. It is up to US to get it back on track as close as we can to the way it was – but it will be/is different. We do that by voting to re-elect PDJT, and strengthen our majority in the Senate, and reclaim the House.

            I didn’t say we should be paralyzed by anything, but plans and preparations MUST be considered, and my point was simply that.

            I believe PDJT has been systematically strengthening the economy and the military to be ready to withstand the “shock to the system” that is coming. Because it IS coming, and it WILL BE a shock.


    • Sugarhillhardrock says:

      Thanks for that post.
      Four relatives who thought in that war and ancestors who established this country. We wait on AG Barr to see if he will be remembered like Admiral Roger’s. If he fails, a bunch of swamp critters are going to meet ghosts.
      Lives, Fortunes, Sacred Honor.

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    • mac says:

      As the Duke of Wellington once said, “Damned good. And damned right, too.”
      Nice work, Rebie!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Rick554 says:

      Absolutely agree with you……I’d bet my bottom dollar that these “people” are scared. For every minute of their pathetic lives

      Liked by 4 people

    • William says:

      Amen, well said

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    • deepdivemaga says:

      “You will never know the twinkle in the eye exhibiting the spirit of a Living God in the strangers you meet because you cannot recognize what you deny.”

      Are these your words?

      Powerful, and beautiful.

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      • Rebierocket says:

        Yes, these are my words. They are based on my experience of meeting many people who exhibit that twinkle, and I have seen their works.

        I am fully convinced there is a Living God who acts through us if we are willing — many times we do not even know He has acted through us. That’s why God is God. On a good day, when we are centered and paying halfway-decent attention, I believe we participate in God’s Plan. Many people here in this group are participating whether they know it or not, as crusty old codgers like me read some mighty good words on these pages.

        I have met quite a few (many overly-educated) who think this idea of God’s Plan is all hokum, but I can only extend prayers for them.

        I am no better than any other man, but I am convinced by what I have seen.

        I am a mechanical and electrical troubleshooter, and every day I witness how a lot of small things working together in harmony make mighty powerful things happen. I am astounded that we get to participate the way we do in God’s Grand Engine, and how often it is such a small thing we do that has such a great affect on others.

        We never know who is having a terribly difficult time of things, and sometimes a kind word or good handshake, or hand on another person’s shoulder of encouragement can make all the difference in the world to them. I know it has for me in the past, and I have faith God uses me to do the same for others. I don’t have to know the affect, I just have to listen for guidance. It’s God’s Grand Engine. I’m just a little tiny piece of it.

        This kind of thinking didn’t register quite well enough until my Mama forgot who I was, and again when Daddy died suddenly. When my world crashed down, the Lord moved through small but important acts done by others — often just a kind word on a terribly dark day.

        Why did God use that person to lift me up? So that I could later use the pain of my experiences to be of service to others. An old man told me: “the training was terrible, but the work required it.”

        I have found that when I’m willing, God uses me. I may not even know it. I don’t have to know — it’s God’s Grand Engine.

        When I’m not willing and prayerful, my day usually goes off the rails. It happens to all of us, but we just pray ourselves back onto the rails again and try to be a little more attentive.

        Remember when we were kids, the preacher talked about “that still, small voice inside.” In order to hear it, we got to quiet things down. It’s a good reason to not be “outraged” at everything all the time. Anger is an internal and infernal racket that drowns out the still, small voice.

        Thank you for the space for this. Keep on praying. Have faith that the Lord hears us.

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    • cjzak says:

      Very well stated. Something must change the tide of evil and soon. We really do owe our ancestors our loyalty, respect and recognition of their sacrifice to make this country safe for us. We need to preserve our America and give our strength to honor and protect our rights under our Constitution.

      To let them down and throw away all that they sacrificed to preserve our country, would be the most evil thing to happen out of this current attack on our country from within.

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      • JG3 says:

        cjzak, you state, “Something must change the tide of evil and soon.”
        From Isaiah 58:
        Observances of Fasts
        1“Cry loudly, do not hold back;
        Raise your voice like a trumpet,
        And declare to My people their transgression
        And to the house of Jacob their sins.
        2“Yet they seek Me day by day and delight to know My ways,
        As a nation that has done righteousness
        And has not forsaken the ordinance of their God.
        They ask Me for just decisions,
        They delight in the nearness of God.
        3‘Why have we fasted and You do not see?
        Why have we humbled ourselves and You do not notice?’
        Behold, on the day of your fast you find your desire,
        And drive hard all your workers.
        4“Behold, you fast for contention and strife and to strike with a wicked fist.
        You do not fast like you do today to make your voice heard on high.
        5“Is it a fast like this which I choose, a day for a man to humble himself?
        Is it for bowing one’s head like a reed
        And for spreading out sackcloth and ashes as a bed?
        Will you call this a fast, even an acceptable day to the LORD?
        6“Is this not the fast which I choose,
        To loosen the bonds of wickedness,
        To undo the bands of the yoke,
        And to let the oppressed go free
        And break every yoke?
        7“Is it not to divide your bread with the hungry
        And bring the homeless poor into the house;
        When you see the naked, to cover him;
        And not to hide yourself from your own flesh?
        8“Then your light will break out like the dawn,
        And your recovery will speedily spring forth;
        And your righteousness will go before you;
        The glory of the LORD will be your rear guard.
        9“Then you will call, and the LORD will answer;
        You will cry, and He will say, ‘Here I am.’
        If you remove the yoke from your midst,
        The pointing of the finger and speaking wickedness,
        10And if you give yourself to the hungry
        And satisfy the desire of the afflicted,
        Then your light will rise in darkness
        And your gloom will become like midday.
        11“And the LORD will continually guide you,
        And satisfy your desire in scorched places,
        And give strength to your bones;
        And you will be like a watered garden,
        And like a spring of water whose waters do not fail.
        12“Those from among you will rebuild the ancient ruins;
        You will raise up the age-old foundations;
        And you will be called the repairer of the breach,
        The restorer of the streets in which to dwell.

        Keeping the Sabbath
        13“If because of the sabbath, you turn your foot
        From doing your own pleasure on My holy day,
        And call the sabbath a delight, the holy day of the LORD honorable,
        And honor it, desisting from your own ways,
        From seeking your own pleasure
        And speaking your own word,
        14Then you will take delight in the LORD,
        And I will make you ride on the heights of the earth;
        And I will feed you with the heritage of Jacob your father,
        For the mouth of the LORD has spoken.”


    • snarkybeach says:

      My uncle was a poor country boy who chose the military as a way up. When he lost his arm (and career) in Korea, he went to college and got a degree in engineering. Never did he think the government (or anyone else) “owed” him something. Today’s entitled youth make me sick.

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      • zekness says:

        your uncle was never poor. your uncle was exceedingly rich and successful in life.

        your uncle didn’t lose an arm….he sacrificed a limb in defense of millions of citizens back home whom he never met, didn’t know, or even get a thank you.

        and he would probably do it all over again.

        how would I know this?

        it’s a consistent features of the american patriot, demonstrated even in these hard times.

        american patriots ….these are some amazing spirits.

        it’s OUR duty to become worthy of that sacrifice and do OUR part…we have the benefit and opportunity to do so, precisely because these men and women never backed down.

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  3. theoldgoat says:

    Is all this related to the group of Federal judges (lowercase “j” intentionally used to denote lack of regard for these judges) holding an emergency meeting?
    It seems to me that the judiciary has been usurping powers not meant for them to have, overstepping their roles, and despite compromised Roberts’ claim there are no Obama/Bush/Trump judges there most certainly are massive political and deep state judges in place.
    The abuse of power by these judiciary figures is either incompetence or through believing they have the right to inject their own legal opinions on things they never were meant to.
    The FISC abuse was something concerning in it’s inception. The means to abuse this system under cover of darkness might have had good intentions, but it seems far to easy to abuse these and effectively remove constitutionally protected rights. I doubt the abuse of these courts are limited to Trump’s resistance movement, and I wonder how many cases were prosecuted using an out of control judiciary and prosecution teams for political purposes.

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      The now so-called “emergency meeting” of federal judges conveniently follows the 1,100 ex-DOJ officials acting in unison. This certainly required a good degree of central coordination. This source must be traced, verified, and named ASAP.

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      • lotbusyexec says:

        Mark Levin did an excellent job last evening in his radio show – he traced the people, the money and organizations – shocking expose to many but not to those who have followed this charade. I hoping Sundance expands further.

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        • nimrodman says:

          Had to look up this “emergency meeting”

          Barr needs to break some of the FISA court fraud story out into the open and highlighted right now.

          Because the Left are quickly spinning many of these stories to the flip side to implicate him and the President

          It’s time NOW for Barr to break the stories that Sundance has been featuring past couple days, about the “Wrong Turn DOJ made” at the Wolfe case, where DOJ committed to a hide-the-ball strategy instead of prosecuting wrongdoing.

          Because – seriously – the Left are gonna spin all of these stories to the unfavorable side, much quicker than Barr can react – if he doesn’t start coming down on the side of right and forcing some of these stories out into the daylight – prominently, with him at a podium explaining.

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          • EnoughIsEnough says:

            Time for a “fireside chat”. Unless one follows developments on a daily, sometimes HOURLY basis, many people have no idea the depth of corruption permeating throughout our government. Add a dishonest, propaganda-pushing MSM, and social media suppression of the truth-tellers, and the narrative is hijacked by the left. I am happy to see Sundance becoming more and more widely used as a source for good info, something us Treepers have known for a long time. I have seen posters on other sites refer to and recommend CTH, and Lou is doing his part in spreading the word. Sunlight greatly needed to turn this thing around.

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          • nimrodman says:

            Sorry if I’m not entirely coherent, but I’m pi$$ed

            These stories about FISA fraud and DOJ coverups should have been told publicly long ago.

            Now the Left will flip them to be conspiracy theories and intimidating judges and intimidating trusty prosecutors.

            And they’ll win. Because they’re first with the narrative and because they have the press.

            This sh#t should have been out long ago.

            It’ll be said that Barr’s gotta wait for his investigations to be complete, but I reckon it’s time for a status report:

            “Gimme all you got right now, as of this time. I gotta go explain a few things to the American Public”

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              • nimrodman says:

                see where this all is heading?

                Prestigious judges’ association, former prosecuters and experts, all attesting to breakdown in government, out-of-control Attorney General, yada yada yada

                “threat to our democracy” yada yada

                Grounds for Impeachment 2.0

                The entire Left is getting out ahead of Barr on these stories and they’ll succeed in setting the narrative

                Time for Barr / The President to step up to the podium with a few big items that are provable now

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                • EnoughIsEnough says:

                  None of these former prosecutors who signed the letter (up to 2,000 at last count), or judges who are calling an “emergency meeting”, voiced their concerns over FISA abuse, unequal treatment of General Flynn and McCabe, Roger Stone being gagged during his trial, at least one of Stone’s jurors demonstrating profound bias, the sham impeachment against President Trump with ZERO due process, or multiple other instances where Lady Justice took off her blindfold. Only after President Trump and Barr pushed back against egregious, unethical and illegal behavior do they feign “outrage” at our compromised justice system, which they are responsible for. Today’s emergency meeting will no doubt give a clearer idea of how the swamp plans to proceed. Very scary times.

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                • Mark says:

                  Hey Nim, at least we’ve got the names of 1000 Judges who need replacement. Where’s the NSA? Probably lots of skeletons in those closets and all perfectly legal to put before the public.

                  Liked by 2 people

                • Mike says:

                  It should also be noted that Barr is challenging the notion that rogue judges can issue nationwide injunctions to block Presidential actions for partisan reasons. The Judiciary has been weaponized by the Resistance. Enough is enough.

                  Liked by 6 people

                • Peppurr says:

                  And this wasn’t organized overnight,

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          • Minuteman says:

            This article is a classic example of Fake News. Sure it has some real news in it, but when you get to the part about Judge Berman the article is more noteworthy for what it doesn’t say than for what it says. Berman is as innocent as a lamb, pure as the driven snow, and that wicked Barr is trying to keep that awful man Stone, who is worse than Hitler, from getting his just desserts for his unfathomable crimes.

            The article here is written to propagate the Deep State narrative, a narrative crafted to undermine Barr, subvert justice, and destroy the Trump Administration.

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          • Peoria Jones says:

            I foresee more show material for Lou Dobbs. For whatever reason, he doesn’t seem to be scared of the Fox overlords. Getting this on TV is a big start, and I’m not sure Barr is the best one to break it to the viewers.

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    • Debra says:

      Judge John Role.

      Justice Scalia.

      A couple of messages sent . . .


    • cjzak says:

      The legal system in this country needs to learn the lesson that they are not elected and do not make law or run the country in any way shape or form. We the people need to assert our constitutional power and let them know we will not allow them to take away our rights. If the SC eventually does not put a lid on these judiciary usurpers, then we must.

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  4. DiogeneseVindicated says:

    Of all things I want every citizen, even the perpetrators, to see and understand how close we came to losing everything we identify with as Americans. What they need to know and understand is what we will become if this injustice is ignored. Unfortunately many will be limited in seeing this as a team sport in which the umpire blew the whistle on a play.

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    • lotbusyexec says:

      More like a second tech in a hoop game on the coach and then entire teams get another and team is also ejected. Praying for lots of good calls and playbacks that indicate there could be NO other calls. As Warner Wolfe use to say, “Let’s go to the videotape!” And praying Barr is the perfect ref.

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    • sDee says:

      Yes, and we remain on the precipice.

      We were, and still are, but one election away from the end of the Republic and subjects of a globalist nation state. If we fail this in our lifetimes, our children and grandchildren will know only economic slavery, at best.

      We can hold no quarter with those we call a government. No one is coming to save us.

      Liked by 18 people

      • Seneca the Elder says:

        SD- Sad to say, I have to agree with your post. We have to win this battle or it’s all over for our Republic and the future of our children and grandchildren.

        To me, winning would be, first of all, our President Trump getting re-elected in a massive landslide so big that even if our opponents cheated, it wouldn’t matter. Of course we know without a doubt that they’ll cheat like never before.

        Second, and just as important, the thugs, crooks and criminals who are responsible for the Coup, civil war and general hell they have inflicted on our President and this country, must be punished so severely, and the bureaucracies reformed such that this can never happen again.

        Liked by 22 people

    • Garavaglia says:

      Half the country wants to lose everything we identify with as Americans.

      Liked by 6 people

  5. Taylor says:

    Dude, you are good. Been following this for three years now and your analysis cracks the whip.

    Liked by 9 people

  6. tommylotto says:

    The sequestration will not get to the bottom of this transfer of privileged information, because there does not appear to have been any justification for the transfer. According to the embedded document, the GSA just handed over the emails of the Trump transition team to the Special Counsel when the SC simply asked for them — no subpoena, no search warrant, just a letter from one deep state operative to another. The SC asked for the info and the GSA said, “Here you go…”. Maybe the SC said, “pretty please,” but it does not look like it used any official process or stated any justification.

    Liked by 11 people

    • nimrodman says:

      Yeah, and ponder who was still in charge at GSA and we know the answer why the transition team emails were handed over so glibly and without any protestation or even asking for a proper demand process.

      Liked by 5 people

      • dilonsfo says:

        Years ago, I did an investigation of behalf of a client of the corruption in West Virginia. Upon conclusion, the GAO, requested a copy of that investigation. They were all in, gave a press conference…etc. That is until they realized the one of the W. VA Senators was up to his elbows in the the corruption. Don’t know if Senator Rockefeller put a stop to that investigation or if they did it on their own. Numerous people were indicted, all took deals without the Senator’s name ever being mentioned. Some went to prison but others just paid fines, probation and the end of their careers in West Virginia politics. Corruption runs very deep in DC, has done so for years. I don’t know the answer to cleaning it out because of the protected and when one does get removed another just takes his place.

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        • DaPicayune says:

          Pardon,… for Decades, not just years, and by design.

          Now caught, these corrupt FISA judges/DOJ/FBI officials think America’s voters are so simple as to believe that their plan to now rely on the Foxes, the same ones now caught, who have been raiding our Nation’s Hen House, are best at reforming the system that allowed the Foxes to ascend to and retain the power to raid it, in the first place.

          See you crooks at the polls, next Fall, when your comeuppance will be historic. Then build the Public Gallows on our National Mall, to beat the grass and drive the criminal Swamp snakes before Barr issues his indictments that will lead to their profound use to rid this Nation of this evil elite scourge.

          Liked by 2 people

  7. Parrot says:

    There are no “outside prosecutors”…..just DoJ who are located in the provinces.
    Like our hero Huber…..

    Liked by 6 people

    • stenwin77 says:

      “BrassBalls blog has “interesting” articles about Pete Buttigeig et al.” BrassBalls and Butt-jugjug don’t belong in any sentence together !!!

      Liked by 1 person

      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Read article #2 posted by Larry.

        Verryyyyy interesting about Bill Gates and Eclipse
        Aircraft. Gate’s name is NOT in the news lately,
        although it should be.

        Tomeka Hart, the Trump hating jury foreman on
        the Roger Stone Case works for……. wait for it,
        wait for it….. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

        She moved from Memphis to Metro DC in …wait
        for it, wait for it… in 2016. The year Trump got in .
        Weird set of coincidences. Wonder what kind of
        skullduggery Tomeka did for the Gates group in
        Memphis to warrant her move? Wonder if Bill or
        his wife just HAPPENED to know, say, Judge Amy?

        Liked by 3 people

    • annieoakley says:

      Holy Cow! Pete Buttigege’s Farsi is far superior to Peter Strozk’s! Mr. Buttigege has some unusual alliances.

      Liked by 2 people

    • maggiemoowho says:

      Buttigieg said he wants to legalize heroin in an interview on Fox, maybe he made some connections and wants to get into the business.

      Liked by 3 people

    • dcnnc says:

      Pete Buttigeig is a CIA, Security State, Manchurian candidate. He has been groomed.

      Liked by 1 person

    • snarkybeach says:

      Some think Mayor Pete is a three letter agency recruit and his military service was riding a desk in Kandahar for a couple months.


  8. TwoLaine says:

    What I said. This is just the beginning of sequestration, and none too soon at that. I also agree that this Judge wants some answers, just like the American people do and have already paid dearly for, on so many FAILED levels.

    Liked by 6 people

  9. Publius2016 says:

    The procurement of Presidential Transition documents was one of the most egregious actions of the “Mueller Investigation” with the other being the RAID on Michael Cohen!

    Of course since that time, the House surveilled Giuliani so Attorney Client Privilege is TRULY DEAD!

    Liked by 14 people

  10. 13wasylyna says:

    Why is the fox being allowed to investigate the hen house

    Liked by 4 people

  11. Mike in a Truck says:

    Something you wont see: MSM DNC Propagandists: “AG Barr, why are you using Outside Prosecutors?” Barr: “Because internal prosecutors and investigators are all friggen corrupt.” MSN DNC propagandists: “Impeeeeeeach!”

    Liked by 3 people

  12. Tazok says:

    “Likely more than half the country has no idea the DOJ and FBI have been told to go find the material.”

    Try 99.9% unaware. I don’t know a single person aware of this technical underrepoted exercise that only began in the post-IG phase of this.

    Liked by 6 people

    • steph_gray says:

      Well, there should be about 2.6 million more who know about outside prosecutors looking at FISA court now that Lou Dobbs did his terrific show last night – I heard that is his average viewership.

      You can still catch and share that on ScrewYouTube if they haven’t taken it down yet.

      (Sorry, it’s a bit of a pet peeve of mine that CTH commenters frequently speak as if no one in the world knows this stuff but us. Sundance’s sunlight has been very effective and is expanding exponentially now.)

      Liked by 2 people

  13. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    the use of outsiders is absolutely necessary.

    IF (big if) Barr is to get around the governments’ inherent inability to prosecute a sedition case
    This may guide the way.
    A seditious conspiracy in DC involving members from all branches of the Federal Government itself CANNOT by it’s very nature be prosecuted in DC.

    An attempt to overthrow the US government is not simply a crime against Washington DC
    it’s a crime against the United States as a whole.

    Changes of Venue are done all the time in criminal cases and would be required here.n

    The MSM’s Mamet-like willingness NOT to publish the facts of the coup could then become useful.
    To most prospective jury pools those facts would be unpolluted new information.

    Liked by 6 people

    • noswamp says:

      I don’t mind outsiders that will have the courage to throw some light on the mess that the DOJ has created. But does anyone on here actually think the rule of law will be followed? Or that outside DOJ folks will fix our corrupt system of justice for last 3 years? It will take DOJ folks that are untouchable almost. Are there any left?


      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        Well that’s really the question isn’t it?

        63 Million+ Americans believing
        there is a Two Tiered Justice System
        because it’s getting blatantly shoved in their face is a very dangerous place to be.

        What good is a justice system or government that only works for some?

        If we weren’t armed…..the answer would be much easier to answer.

        Liked by 1 person

    • “Outside prosecutors” is itself a bit of fake news. Durham, Jensen and all U.S. Attorneys work for the same Justice Department as the four drama queens who resigned last week. And, unlike Grand Inquisitor Mueller, they were each appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate to enforce federal law.


  14. Mathias says:

    All of this done, to put an end to the indispensable man…our indispensable man…President Donald J. Trump.

    With the media and the courts as full coup co-conspirators, they feigned “plausible gullibility,” as the traitors to the Constitution — lost in absurd Jeb “Omen” delusions, of drowning the Orange baby Hitler — went to war against one man. They’ve attacked from positions of strength inside the bureaucracy, as we’ve been left to stare in disbelief at the tv.

    The lasting historical conclusion, is what citizen will ever believe in law, when daily treason can be visited upon our President, with no ramifications? The “whistleblower” is a CIA operator and the CIA says nothing? Lt. Col. Vindman is a military officer stationed inside the White House and part of the latest coup and the Joint Chiefs say nothing? They ruthlessly and desperately leveraged witnesses to turn against the President. In another “Welcome to Unbelievable,” they got two lawyers (Cohen, McGhan) to testify against their client — THE PRESIDENT. The DOJ SDNY is, at this moment, trying to get at another of his attorneys.

    Signs say none of this is under control. I’m not sure how much longer this can stay a spectator sport?

    Liked by 9 people

  15. TradeBait says:

    I thank the Lord daily for sundance and the patriots who come here. We know what we know. Pray without ceasing…

    Liked by 8 people

  16. John-Y128 says:

    “Sequestering the evidence is essentially a search for what investigative material the FISA warrants were used to obtain the warrants…” You just know most of the incriminating evidence will accidentally disappear, like HRC’s emails, ‘Wiped with a leftists-liberal Cloth’.

    Liked by 2 people

    • John-Y128 says:

      “That’s why we still use 302’s, we can shred and burn any evidence we want to!
      And were liberal-leftists, not the other way around, you stupid Americans.”


  17. Publius2016 says:

    44 endgame is labeling 45 as “Enemy of the State”

    however all the people of were victims of this inquisition must be exonerated not Pardoned. A pardon requires admission of guilt!

    Flynn and Stone prosecutions must be dismissed/Vacated!

    Liked by 10 people

  18. Publius2016 says:

    AG Barr is overthe target because FISA renewal date is March 15…remember FISA gives Judiciary and Legislature control over Executive!

    Let FISA die!

    Liked by 13 people

    • railer says:

      I’m for this. Just use a regular federal court for these warrants. Check and certify their security measures, then use regular warrant process including all 4th amendment protections. Easy peasy. This 99% FISA court approval figure is a huge red flag in and of itself, as Barr and Roberts undoubtedly realize.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Publius2016 says:

        Federal warrants are not required for Executive National Security Investigations!

        Now we know that the real purpose of FISA was put limits on Executive to investigate Congress and Judiciary! Uniparty Deep State Think Tank Black Ops move in the shadows while the “good guys” have to document each step or face the WRATH OF CONGRESSIONAL INVESTIGATION OR INSTANTANEOUS JAILING BY JUDGE!

        Liked by 2 people

        • Publius2016 says:

          FISA gives “retroactive approval”

          love 45 day after SHAMPEACHMENT…looked right at the Turtle McConnell and said: Don’t know what he’s thinking…can’t read him…but Thank You! (or something to that effect)

          45 added: No one takes on McConnell or at least heard again from anyone who did (or something to that effect)…


      • John-Y128 says:

        Remembering that the ‘F’ in FISA was ‘Foreign’, I don’t think FISA was designed for domestic presidential campaigns. That’s was Hillary conspired to get the ball rolling with Steele, a foreigner. and Brennan jumped hard on that wagon…

        One might think our MSM would stop reporting every time Hillary accuses another America that they are working on behalf of the Russian or are spies, how in the hell would Hillary KNOW that, Gabbard is a Russian asset, what proof can she produce, HRC and others, employing these tactics, should be censored in the media!

        Liked by 2 people

    • cjzak says:

      Good idea. Who can put an end to FISA court? Would they?


  19. railer says:

    Barr might be Swamp and Deep State, but he knows federal institutions have gone completely off the rails here. So does Roberts. I don’t expect jail sentences for the malefactors involved, and I never have, but the essence of a Deep State is the conservation of a lawful settled order, and that is what’s gone off the rails.

    I expect Barr and Roberts to deal with the most egregious aspects of that departure, the FISA warrant process. They’ll likely handle it institutionally, and leave individual personalities held harmless. If they do that, it’s probably all we can expect from these creatures. Everything our host describes would indicate that they’re doing that. We’ll see.

    All of what we most fear, an unaccountable bureaucracy running roughshod over the law and process, is the antithesis of what Deep State wants. Deep State wants continuity, not situational manipulations which can blow up and destroy continuity, as this all has. A Deep State is inevitable, but how it acts is the thing. It doesn’t want disruptions, even if a black swan event like Trump arrives on the scene. Deep State’s timeline is decades and decades, not 4 year presidential terms. They don’t knee jerk. Think Cold War, not Syrian War.

    Susan Rice’s memo is the tell. She knew the White House was implicated in the knee jerking. This all goes to the Oval Office, and was facilitated by a seated president. He might have been too dumb to understand the implications of his actions, but he did act if only by omission, and so did Lynch, Comey, Brennan et al. Thus, nobody can go to jail without them pulling a Wolfe and asking for testimony from higher ups, and Deep Stater Barr won’t do that. That too destroys continuity in Deep State’s eyes.

    A reasonable goal here is institutional reform, sad as that sounds. I think this is the worst political scandal in our nation’s history, worthy of multiple death penalties, and I’m not even much in favor of capital punishment. But I doubt the system permits this, nor will Barr. So institutional reform it is. That frees Swamp creatures to speak out against the wrongdoing, since they won’t be held accountable for their role in it, which might facilitate required reforms. Sort of a “Truth Commission” effect. Everybody gets a pass and we just fix it. Let’s pray.

    Trump has made one institutional reform that we clearly see, in cutting White House NSC staff in half, including the Vindman trash. It’s not sexy, but these are the types of moves we should expect in coming years, to rein in the bureaucracy and get things back on the rails institutionally. People have jobs and they must stay in their lane, from bottom to top. Obama and his people were drunk on power, and simply took a pen and a phone and went to town, and the bureaucracy went with them, all of it. That has to change. Institutional walls, floors and ceilings must be respected, and that’s what Roberts and Barr must make prime re the FISA travesty.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Publius2016 says:

      AG Barr results: Manafort moved…Mueller done…SHAMPEACHMENT done…

      Flynn and Stone under review…FISA too…

      AG Barr spoke recently about how we have seen the encroachment of Congress on the powers of the Executive and the overwhelming oppression of the Judiciary on both!

      Liked by 3 people

    • stenwin77 says:

      And within 1 year after Trump leaves office, all of the “safeguards” go away. No, people must pay for this or there is no law.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Publius2016 says:

        FISA Law gives President the power to label anyone “an Enemy of the State”

        Remember Presidential Daily Briefs contained much of the illegal surveillance results…45 hasn’t released them because he is protecting the institution of the Presidency as well…

        Let FISA Die!


      • railer says:

        You’re not wrong, but the people who must pay are in Congress, the Uniparty Swamp. Voters have to be rid of these Swamp creatures, in all of the Uniparty. McConnell is #1 on the hit list, but because many even in here will support this guy, he’ll likely sail to reelection this year. But put him down and we have a start on the real cleanup required.

        We have to look in the mirror, if we want to identify the problem. The Uniparty thrives when we fail to do that. It’s what they work for and engender electorally. Then the next Cromnibus passes, and it all goes merrily on, voted up by all. We need to break that cycle.


        • Publius2016 says:

          how does a Dimm Senate help with the cleanup?


          • railer says:

            Over the decades, the Uniparty has spent many billions of dollars inculcating that exact attitude amongst voters. It’s what they thrive on.

            McConnell is grateful particularly, as it’ll get him reelected 8.5 months from now, and he’s likely the most deadly threat to MAGA in existence.

            This “Vote for the guy with a little ‘R’ after his name” is what’s got us here.


            • Publius2016 says:

              Shampeachment over!

              2 Supreme Court Judges plus 200 fed benches

              Liked by 1 person

              • railer says:

                Shampeachment over because Trump blackmailed McConnell with witnesses and documents if it went to trial, and McConnell was likely doomed personally.

                McConnell departed from Trump’s chosen SC list with Kavanaugh, a proven Swamp creature Bushie who was forced on Trump.

                The rest of the judges would occur regardless. There are undoubtedly many McConnellian Swamp creatures in the lot.

                But this is how the Uniparty works. Vote for your favorite letter of the alphabet, and it’s what happens.


      • IGiveUp says:

        “When you strike at a King, it’s Ok to miss. You’ll get a do-over.”

        The only thing more important than Trump serving a second term is Trump punishing the coup participants in a way that will stop such things from happening for generations to come. If that’s not Trump’s goal, enjoy the next few years because after that comes the deluge.

        Liked by 1 person

    • John-Y128 says:

      #railer – Good job bringing ‘reality’ to our ‘hopeful’ zealots!


    • cjzak says:

      Disappointing but you may have hit the broken nail on the head. With so many Americans aware that justice is being denied here, this will be a hard nut to swallow but may be necessary as the only consequence —institutional reform— we will get accomplished.

      Sad commentary on the chaos that is occurring right now in our federal government.


    • gda53 says:

      One of the most astute and realistic comments I have seen recently.


  20. viator2 says:

    Waiting for Godot.


  21. mr.piddles says:

    DOJ Prosecutors working inside D.C. = “career prosecutors”
    DOJ Prosecutors working outside D.C. = “outside prosecutors”

    Hopefully many more Career Prosecutors will put up a stink and quit their jobs over the next few years. At this point we need more resignations, not less.

    In the meantime, maybe Barr should make a public spectacle of the Beach Friends who stomped off in a huff after their scheme fell through. What’s the worst that can happen? More online petitions signed by over 2,000,000,000 “former DOJ officials”? Oh no… not online petitions… ANYTHING but online petitions…

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  22. Doug Amos says:

    Every time you pass by a liberal remember that there, but for the grace of God, for the intelligence, for the inclination to throw that newspaper into the garbage, to question the education your children are receiving, to turn that box in the corner off and to turn CTH on, to let the sun shine in, go you.


  23. amwick says:

    To address the consequences of fraudulently obtained FISA warrants
    The fraudulently obtained FISA warrants are like an earthquake,,, tectonic plates that suddenly shifted… and the consequences??… well, that is a dmn tsunami. And it wasn’t one earthquake,it was a regular series of earthquakes. I was thinking about a pebble in a pond, and the ripples, but no.. what we have here is more like Phuket. They are going to sequester a tsunami,,, good luck with that. It is hard not to be bitter. For me, the worst part is the whole corruption cluster F is that it is pretty much invisible to the general public, thanks to MSM But, I guess in spite of everything, it is better to know.


  24. bullnuke says:

    One can only wish that Barr brings all this up when he is questioned on March 31st by the idiots in the house.

    Liked by 3 people

  25. John-Y128 says:

    If AG Barr is only concerned with the ‘institution’, are we to believe new guidelines and procedures will prevent another recurrence, hoaxes and coup’s have been happening for centuries, it naive and stupid, citizen Barr is not acting Patriotic on behalf of his Country!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Publius2016 says:

      good point…coups happen in every country throughout history…saw a comment on Deep State:

      JKF taken out
      Nixon resigned
      Reagan attempted
      Clinton impeached

      now, 45…

      The Swamp is deep and wide but we know so much because we are a Constitutional Republic still! 45 is still our President! 2 new Supreme Court Justices!! Peace in the Middle East is possible…Turkey needs to get in line of course…

      Liked by 1 person

      • 🍺Gunny66 says:

        A small tangent, but a point…..

        I grew up in a small Western Pennsylvania town just outside of Pittsburgh.
        Where the wives and Grandma’s would wait on their porches for their husbands on paydays to come home from the steel mills, the glass factories, and the mines to give them their pay checks…..and take off their work clothes before going in the house.

        It was a shot and beer kinda of town. No one locked their doors. We took our guns to school so we could go hunting after school. All boys carried knives.

        No one got shot. No one got stabbed. Getting to first base with a girl was a kiss.

        Boys fought. I started fighting in grade school. We were not bullies. You had a disagreement. You fought. Sometimes you won…..sometimes you lost….

        But the truth be told, most of the hoys who fought became best friends.

        50% of the boys in my gradating class went into the military. It’s were you could fight……for your country……25% of the boys went to the mills… tradition.

        The other 25% went to college…….These were the privileged….the rich…
        The ones who “did not fight”

        In school they had their “Clubs”……most of us would not even consider joining their clubs nor did we want to…..A couple of us joined and quit….When asked why….to a person they said:

        “All they do is talk”

        These are the ones that are running this country now. They have been in their “Club” their entire lives……All they do is talk…

        And we had fights with many in the “Clubs”…..most would not fight…..many would run away….some would just keep talking as they got beat

        They must be fought…..some maybe Barr……have never actually fought in their lives….especially someone from the same Club…..

        Sundance has exposed them. “The Emperor has no clothes”

        Barr must fight for us…..or against us……..but the fight is now here.

        It’s time

        Liked by 8 people

        • Redzone says:

          Good post Gunny. But, I disagree about Barr never fighting. I guarantee he fights every morning to put on his socks.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Your Tour Guide says:


          “They had their clubs”.

          Brought back some memories. All the rich preppy
          kids belonged to the Key Club at my high school.
          The way you describe “their clubs”, and the type
          of people you mentioned made me think of that.


        • cjzak says:

          Wonder if there was ever a privileged intellectual and a fighter all in one? Why yes. His name is President Donald John Trump.

          Liked by 1 person

        • willthesuevi says:

          Man, you just described my childhood in the western oilfields. Exactly.

          I also agree with your point.


        • nimrodman says:

          Gunny – your comment is the seed of a movie screenplay

          Paste it into a text file and revisit it when the muse strikes

          Jot down bullet points of incidents, characters who left an impression on you

          Start to muse about the overall arc of story you might want to tell

          Snippets of dialog that your mind stored along the way

          When you’ve got enough framework down – not an entire exposition, just a framework – contact a director like John Millius (Red Dawn, Apocalypse Now) and ask to be matched up with a pro screenwriter to take it the rest of the way, the ethics of what you described are right up his alley.

          The truth of what you said resonated with several of us today, like the oilfields comment, which might be a good setting for placing the truths you described

          Time to cash in, man

          John Milius

          Farewell to the King, a WWII Pacific theater story, highly recommended – if anyone hasn’t seen it, call it up on pay-per-view if you’re able


  26. chuckyschmucky says:

    It’s very disturbing that Bill Barr took these actions only because he was COMPELLED to by a FISC order — without which, he would still be on the sidelines with his bagpipe. He’s being DRAGGED into these investigations, instead of initiating them himself.


  27. SmilinJackAbbott says:

    The FISC judges are in on this scam and that’s why they are trying to leave the first 2 warrants in place. Striking the 1st two would virtually guarantee most of Mueller’s investigation(and prosecutions) was tainted. The judges are running a protection racket for Mueller’s dirty operation.

    Sidney Powell made the point on Lou Dobbs not one assertion in any of the warrants was backed by 1st hand information: it was all inadmissible, all of it.

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  28. Phil McCoxwell says:

    This is why the constitution has to be followed by the text and not the so called “intent” of the framers. The left loves to use “intent” to interpret the constitution because intent is malleable. Text is specific and backed up by reference material to clearly convey what the text in the constitution means and meant at the time it was written. Our founders were brilliant and well studied and they understood human nature, The left cannot abide by the law so they have to divert attention away from it with word games and innuendo by saying the constitution says whatever they want it to say. If that is the case, then why did the framers bother writing it down at all? Because they knew full well human nature is corruptible and that men are by nature corrupt. So, the next time some idiot says the constitution needs to be rewritten because the “internet”, tell them it has nothing to do with technology and everything to do with the basic mindset of power hungry unscrupulous individuals who have not changed their tactics since the beginning of time. These are the people who have been destroying our country for over a century. They need to be stopped. The American Revolution will never end. It is a tireless and eternal endeavor.

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  29. OhNoYouDont says:

    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.

    The Justice Department declined to comment.


    February 2019 – William Barr confirmed 85th United States Attorney General
    (previously served as the 77th Attorney General from 1991 to 1993 during the George H. W. Bush administration)

    May 2019 – U.S. Attorney for Connecticut:
    John Durham investigate Russia Investigation origin
    (news reports indicate Durham has already began investigating months prior)

    December 2019 – Interim U.S. attorney in the District of Columbia:
    Timothy Shea, replacing the former top prosecutor in the office, Jessie Liu.

    January 2020 – Several DOJ offices may be involved with the material under review, including the Southern District of New York; The Eastern District of New York; The Eastern District of Virginia; The Washington DC District, and even Main Justice itself:
    DOJ/FBI sequestration review of Carter Page FISA Warrants

    February 2020 – U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Pennsylvania:
    Scott Brady vetting Ukraine corruption
    (news reports indicate Brady has already began vetting info weeks earlier)

    February 2020 – U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Missouri:
    Jeffrey Jensen review Michael Flynn case

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  30. k4jjj says:

    There are no “outsiders” in a thoroughly corrupt U.S. Justice Department and FBI.

    How does the United States keep pretending to be a nation of laws when it is run by so many criminals? As President John Adams correctly noted, our constitution was designed for a moral people and will not succeed in an amoral society.

    The entire matter has now just become a gigantic cover-up trying to deceive the American people. The system is a rotting corpse. The dying body politic is full of a horrible cancer.

    None of the government perpetrators inside have gone to jail. The legal system has been used to defame, personally destroy and falsely prosecute the political enemies of the Left. The penalties handed out to enemies of these crooks are outrageously vindictive and unjustified.

    Federal jurors in Washington DC are openly biased and and act contrary to law. They brag about their prejudice. Their view of justice is the ends justify the means. Ironically, the same kind of lynch-mob justice condemned in the Old South is alive and well in today’s Washington DC.

    Where we are now is declaring the system completely corrupt will cast a shadow over ALL federal prosecutions and probably swing open many cell doors of federal prisons. There is no EASY way out of this which is why I believe we will descend into some kind of violent civil war before it is over.

    We are facing the special hell a thoroughly corrupt legal system delivers.

    There is no pretending one leader can fix this.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Your Tour Guide says:

      “Federal jurors in Washington are openly biased and act
      contrary to law”. From what we’ve seen lately, agreed.

      But, think of this, also. Look at the jury pool you have to
      select from. Almost anyone you could throw a stone at owes
      their absurdly large pay check to the federal government. If
      the juror happens to be, say, a disadvantaged black renter,
      they owe the roof over their head to the federal government.

      And, the federal government currently seems to hate it’s boss.
      It would be SO easy to make that phone call, once you catch
      wind that one of your underlings is on a DC federal grand jury.

      Then, lead them down the path on what might be the error of their
      ways if they want to keep their current assignment, current place
      of residence (threaten to transfer them out to where all the
      “undesirables” live). Easy way to adjust the outcome in advance.


  31. strateshooter says:

    watching all this from the UK I am super confused by the lack of reaction from your MSM.
    Each day creates more evidence that your CIA/FBI/State/DOJ etc. (thousands of people) conducted an illegal exercise to prevent and then sabotage the democratically elected President of the USA.
    Your MSM condones this ??(CNN etc).
    What the damn hell is going on over there ?
    How is your MSM allowed by Law to conspire to defeat the results of the 2016 election ?
    Your MSM is worse than NKs !! If you don’t fix it you will lose your Republic(which requires a Free and Neutral/Objective Free Press).
    Good Luck and God Bless America and its people.

    Liked by 7 people

    • MVW says:

      Yes. The media is owned by by Deep agenda oligarchs like Bloomberg, Carlos Slim, Bezos, and corporate egg suckers like AT&T, foreign state owned FOX, etc.
      We have anti Trust laws that could be used by the corrupt DOJ, but Trump is playing hands off. I am sure there is X-D chess involved beyond my armchair comprehension.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Somebody's Gramma says:

      Thank you for chiming in. Here’s the thing, there are very corrupt bubbles in our country, mostly on the East coast and the West coast. Look at a map… that huge expanse in between the bubbles is the real America. WE ARE the 99% and generally we ignore the bubble people and go on about our business, occasionally complaining and railing against our corrupt government. The MSM has zero effect on our daily lives. We know what we know. What’s changed is we successfully elected Trump and he started working FOR us immediately. We noticed. He now has our loyalty 100% because of his results. No matter what the bubble people do or say, regular American patriots are doing well and will re-elect him. As long as we “cling to our Bibles and guns”, we will keep the Republic, Lord willing. At some point we may have to jettison the East and West coasts bubble people. LOL. I’m all for that. Just don’t think we are in any way influenced personally by the corrupt bubble people. They are truly in the minority.

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    • snarkybeach says:

      The enemedia is corrupt and all-in for the coup.

      Liked by 1 person

    • nimrodman says:

      strateshooter, thanks for your interest in our country

      I’ll say this very slowly, which is how you’ll be able to explain it to others

      “America’s . mainstream . media . are . a . wholly . owned . and . controlled . propaganda . outlet . of . The Left”

      … plus what others have explained above


  32. Bogeyfree says:

    When looking at AG Barr’s own words as he was talking about “the resistance” during his Federalist Society speech, it appears to me that Mr. Barr describes a coup without calling it that.

    “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.”

    (Upper case annotation mine)

    Doesn’t this statement almost by definition mean SEDITIOUS CONSPIRACY under 18 U.S. Code § 2384???

    “If two or more persons in any State or Territory, or in any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, conspire to overthrow, put down, or to destroy by force the Government of the United States, or to levy war against them, or to oppose by force the authority thereof, or by force to prevent, hinder, or delay the execution of any law of the United States, or by force to seize, take, or possess any property of the United States contrary to the authority thereof, they shall each be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than twenty years, or both.”

    So isn’t the real question for AG Barr………

    Does the law apply equally to people who worked prior and currently in the DOJ and FBI or are they exempt because as we all have seen, NO ONE within the DOJ and FBI has been indicted to date.

    Job loss is not Justice. 18 U.S. Code § 2384 DOES NOT say that the penalty is simply losing one’s job!

    The entire world now sees this for what it truly has been. A COUP to take down a duly elected government AND a sitting President of the United States.

    You and Mr. Wray are sworn to uphold the law and it is time for accountability, truth and justice for ALL including people who worked and currently work in your DOJ and FBI.

    Liked by 3 people

    • DaPicayune says:

      If, at his hearing on 3/31/’20, AG, Barr tells Congress to their faces that this,… “is not just Spying, but this is an ongoing illegal, criminal attempt to Overthrow a duly elected sitting US President, an on-going Coup to this day, that must be exposed and prosecuted if this Constitutional Republic is to survive without civil violence and continued respect for our Rule of Law and self-governance”,… then we should know his true allegiance.

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  33. MVW says:

    Yes. Corruption below in the FISA court is a reflection of corruption at the overseeing top, namely John Roberts.

    Barr is getting cover for an empty strap by the 2000 DOJ turncoats rattling their teeth into the media megaphone.

    Liked by 4 people

  34. T2020 says:

    Does anyone hear shredders on? Thank God we can retrieve digital info.

    Liked by 2 people

  35. MLK says:

    Barr has been attempting to Walk The Cat Back. I use that phrase intentionally because, even though its implication is usually inevitable Sisyphean failure, here I mean it as a clear-eyed recognition of the monumental task before him, that he may well nonetheless pull off.

    There is now enough information available for the informed to speculate intelligently, filling in the blanks, of the specific elements in this massive, years long seditious conspiracy. Rather than reinvent the wheel, I will simply note the recent key news that the last two renewals of the Page FISA Warrant weren’t properly predicated just so happens to divide between before and after Trump took the oath.

    Whether major and even prestige media can get their minds around the implications of this, let alone report it, it is a declaration that what came afterward was, in short, a rogue, series of ultra vires acts against legitimate constitutional authority. Make no mistake, they will assert A Pox On Both Houses to the bitter end and beyond. Which, I’ve previously noted, is doing increasing damage to the Democrat Party.

    The irony is that the post-inauguration malefactions are much easier to resolve. The coup against Trump failed, the other convictions tainted by the illegal FISA transmission belt can be reversed. The Absolute Immunity of culpable governmental officials will be (successfully) challenged. They’ll spend the rest of their days defending themselves in civil court, unless they come clean and give up the Shot Callers.

    However, it’s the origins of this criminal conspiracy, from the beginning until Trump became President on January 20, 2017, that are a much bigger mess to resolve. As I’ve mentioned before, the unspoken principle of Better Safe Than Sorry will always reign supreme when it comes to counter-intelligence. Thus, as a matter of first impression, anything goes as far as investigating foreign infiltration/compromise, particularly at the highest levels of government. Anything is possible, including, for example, that Page was a double agent or Russia otherwise had him by the shorthairs.

    But we — everyone — now knows that these operations, by intent and actions, extended well beyond this essential counter-intelligence imperative. It’s baldly obvious the intent was to force candidate Trump to drop out (my continuing belief is that Access Hollywood was to be the public pretext to the threats he was receiving), and then, failing that, throw the election to Hillary via media leaks.

    Perhaps the greatest risk to the malefactors, in a minefield of risk of historic proportions, derives from their actions between Trump winning and taking the oath — the transition period. Everyone seems to forget their attempt to corrupt and manipulate the Electoral College process.

    There’s a great deal of information leading to the mind-blowing conclusion that former CIA Director Brennan was a Russian agent, his having been compromised and turned decades ago. By the way, I always wondered who is the real participant of the Pee Story incident fabricated about germaphobe Trump. I’m convinced this incident did occur, and the debauched caught on tape is none other than John Brennan.

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    • Genie says:

      Your insights are compelling and much appreciated. The segmentation of periods, pre-election, transition, and post-inauguration, is most helpful in analyzing the malicious and seditious actions of the plotters. Thank you.

      Liked by 1 person

    • OhNoYouDont says:

      In a speech to lawmakers on 8 December 2016, Hillary Clinton called attention to the issue, saying pending legislation before the U.S. Congress would “boost the government’s response to foreign propaganda.” She called on trendsetters in society to work together on the problem: “It’s imperative that leaders in both the private sector and the public sector step up to protect our democracy, and innocent lives.

      On 8 December 2016, the Countering Foreign Propaganda and Disinformation Act passed a vote in the U.S. Senate by a wide margin. It was included together with the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) Conference Report for fiscal year 2017, which passed in the U.S. Senate with a final tally of 92 to 7.

      In the version of the bill incorporated into the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act, the U.S. Congress would ask the United States Secretary of State to collaborate with the United States Secretary of Defense and other relevant Federal agencies to create a “Global Engagement Center” (GEC) to fight against propaganda from foreign governments, and publicize the nature of ongoing foreign propaganda and disinformation operations against the United States and other countries.The bill said this inter-agency effort should: “counter foreign propaganda and disinformation directed against United States national security interests and proactively advance fact-based narratives that support United States allies and interests.”

      On 23 December 2016, President Obama signed the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act into law. Supporters of the resolution inside the Defense Department have publicly expressed their desire to weaken the interpretation of domestic propaganda protections, laws which prevent the United States Department of State from gathering information necessary to develop targeted propaganda messaging and prevent them from explicitly attempting to influence opinions.

      According to reporting by The New York Times, two thirds of the funding allocated to the Department of State under the bill meant to be transferred by the Pentagon to the State Department was never transferred. As of March 2018, the State Department has restricted counter-propaganda efforts on combating Jihadi terror groups, like ISIS, as opposed to expanding its focus to include Russian propaganda in the United States. These efforts are conducted by the GEC. While the GEC’s 23 analysts speak several Middle Eastern languages, none are fluent in Russian.


      • OhNoYouDont says:

        Source to above info on Countering Foreign Propaganda and Disinformation Act


      • Redzone says:

        That legislation seems like a road map to legalizing the coup.


        • OhNoYouDont says:

          That is what all these “Bagpipes” Barr contributors to the CTH need to realize.

          In hind site, my contention is if House Intel Chairman Devin Nunes (March 2017) did not do his due diligence, the completion of “the coup” would have been highly likely.

          Liked by 1 person

          • Genie says:

            It is worth remembering that Devin Nunes asked the intelligence community to brief his committee in mid-December 2016 about alleged Russian interference. All agencies declined to do so.

            Dec. 14, 2016 — Catherine Herridge
            “The House Intelligence Committee abruptly canceled a briefing set for Thursday on alleged Russian interference in the U.S. election, after the CIA declined to provide a briefer for the session, Fox News is told.”

            “Amid concerns about reports that conflict with details previously provided to the committee, Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., had requested a closed, classified briefing Thursday for committee Republican and Democratic members from the FBI, CIA, Office of the Director of National Intelligence and National Security Agency.”



          • OhNoYouDont says:

            On March 4, 2017, U.S. President Donald Trump wrote a series of posts on his Twitter account that accused former President Barack Obama of wiretapping his phones at his Trump Tower office late in the 2016 presidential campaign. Trump called for a congressional investigation into the matter, and the Trump administration cited news reports to defend these accusations. His initial claims were based on an article in Breitbart News, a website known to publish conspiracy theories.

            Representative Devin Nunes, the then-chair of the House Intelligence Committee, said he would investigate the claim. At a House Intelligence Committee open hearing on March 20, 2017, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director James Comey stated that neither the FBI nor the Department of Justice (DOJ) possessed any information to support Donald Trump’s wiretapping allegations. Nunes stated on March 23 (NYT article published March 22) that the Trump administration’s communications might have been legally monitored during the transition period as part of an “incidental collection”



        • Your Tour Guide says:

          You got it. Hillary has a life long habit of laying
          framework, creating stories to frame others.

          She must have been a delight in grade school.
          Can you imagine all the kids that got whippings
          due to her nefariousness?

          The best explanation of how she works is to
          wade through “Travelgate”. Read it, and see
          if the patterns sound way familiar.

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  36. Auntie Lib says:

    Remember when Obama reclassified a bunch of political appointees into permanent civil service positions? There are probablt hundreds of O loyalists at senior levels of every agency that are in planted to caused whatever mayhem and obstruction they can. The swamp is wide and deep.

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  37. It continues to simply amaze me how the media continues to say the same things over and over – always, “orange man bad” – and how government agencies continue to pay them to do this. “Of course” the Attorney General of the United States(!) is “interfering,” on behalf of Orange Man Bad who always wears a microcontroller in his pocket that’s hooked straight to Moscow so Putin can pull his strings. Yeah, we’ve heard it before.

    It is abundantly clear that we must now repeal both FISA and PATRIOT. If surveillance is going to be done, it must be done at the written – classified – order of the President him/herself. The FISA system was effortlessly “gamed” by government liars, and the judges at that time did not and probably could not know. (This so-called “court” has no gadfly, no devil’s advocate, no one to argue that the requested access should not be granted.) PATRIOT was the underlying tool used to sweep the 4th Amendment completely away. And our national security has suffered terribly from it, because national security begins and ends with the citizen.

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    • DaPicayune says:

      Attorney Sidney Powell called last night on Lou Dobbs’ Show for a Citizens’ Committee to be appointed to help Oversee FISA. Not perfect, but it’s a start. TY, Ms. Powell.

      Liked by 5 people

  38. chojun says:

    This is one giant Fruit of the Poisonous Tree investigation. “Sequestration” appears to be a coded word for that. FISA appears to be their Achilles’ heel – it’ll bring their house down.


  39. Bogeyfree says:

    The 4 bogus FISA warrants and using them to fraud the FISA Court is just one aspect Mr. Barr.

    Shall I remind you of some of the other “incidents” that are today still unresolved?

    I’ll never quite posting this list until AG Barr or his replacement comes clean with a detailed explanation and declassification of all the documents related to these.

    Even if the statue of limitations has run out IMO the American people are owed the truth because we have all seen the depths of this DS corruption.

    So let’s recap all of the “incidents” that have occurred over the past few years and you tell me if truth and justice is paramount anymore and if there isn’t a two tier system of justice within DC!

    1) Uranium One – No Crimes, No Indictments
    2) Hammer 47 Hard Drives – No Crimes, No Indictments
    3) Anwan Brothers – No Crimes, No Indictments
    4) HRC Unsecured Server & 33K Emails – No Crimes, No Indictments
    5) Wiener Laptop Email Contents – No Crimes, No Indictments (outside Wiener)
    6) DNC Server Hack – Alleged Crime, No Indictments
    7) Seth Rich murder – No arrests
    8) Fake Dossier and fraud on FISA Court 4 times – No Crimes, No Indictments
    9) Years of FISA Abuse – No Crimes, No Indictments
    10) Years of FIB Contractor Abuse – No Crimes, No Indictments
    11) Carter Page FISA Leak – No Crime for Leaking (just one count lying)
    12) Numerous other Classified Leaks – No Crimes, No Indictments
    13) Numerous referrals to DOJ – No Crimes, No Indictments
    14) Numerous Agents violating policy – No Crimes, No Indictments
    15) Ukraine WB fraud – No Crimes, No Indictments
    16) Impeachment Fraud and made up narrative by House Leader – No Crimes, No Indictments
    17) Ukraine Money Laundering – No Crimes, No Indictments
    18) Epstein – No Crimes, No indictments

    Seriously, look at this list and virtually NOTHING from our Government!

    I’m not sure it is even statistically possible but here it is.

    I think as more and more Americans see lists like these coupled with the lists of their people who got a pass and our people who get indicted, they clearly see the bias and injustice.

    The American people see and now know, so what’s it going to be, truth and equal justice or just more of the same, whitewashing??

    Liked by 2 people

    • Bogeyfree says:

      Should add two more…..

      Framing and “possibly” withholding exculpatory evidence in the Flynn case

      Knowing all along that Mifsud, Halper and Carter Page were ALYWAYS Western Agents or assets.

      Liked by 3 people

  40. Zydeco says:

    We need a lot more Lou Dobbs and a lot less of Sown Innsanity.

    Liked by 1 person

  41. Marcia says:

    Retired Magistrate here: Not all lawyers are bad. The Judge I used to work for financed his own campaign so he would not be influenced by anyone. He had several high profile cases where he did the right thing and people in power from outside the State of Ohio did everything they could to prevent him from being re elected; he won anyway. He didn’t suffer fools and followed the law. He set a good example for me and I tried to do the same thing from the bench; follow the law whether I agreed with the law or not.

    It’s sometimes difficult to do the right thing; however, it is worth it in the long run. When this life is over I know I will answer to GOD for what I did and so will those that have corrupted the law and due process and ruined/tried to ruin so many lives.

    Liked by 3 people

    • steph_gray says:

      I was interested in this issue and used duckduckgo to search “states that elect judges.”

      Note: This is only for non-federal judges. I don’t know that system. I assume it is even worse, but we gotta start somewhere…

      The Ballotpedia (I find them to be a useful factual source) article below addresses it. Seems to be a mishmash. For example, in my idiot state of BlueMA, our extremely idiotic DementoRat-in_Disguise_As_RINO guv Charlie Baker appoints them, which looks to be the method of some of the worse blue states.

      But if you find that your own state does indeed allow election of judges – it’s another area to which voters need to pay high attention! Work to get as many MAGA ones in as possible…


  42. kleen says:

    The “media” is playing their role.

    To mislead, plant false stories and spread lies as if those lies were THE truth.
    They pick and choose what they will cover and what they will cover-up and hide.
    They bring in the most discredited, outrageous scum bags like The Creepy Porn Lawyer, one after another (Christine Ford/fraud) to give the illusion of a crises, Trump is too deep in wrong doing, and the sheep watching believes every word they say.

    This is classic disinformation, subversion, brainwashing. It’s carefully planned, coordinated and the “mistakes” are 100% intentional. They don’t want to verify the stories, they run whatever advances their agenda. It doesn’t matter if it’s garbage. They will correct later after the damage is done.

    They don’t make mistakes, they don’t fall for guys like Avenatti. It’s all intentional. They seek lies to cover 24/7. By the time the truth comes around the lies are already planted all over the world. The truth will not get necessary air time. But the intentional lies will and will be repeated by all of the familiar faces on cable news.

    MSM is a criminal enterprise. Their job is to cover-up crimes for their masters while distracting the sheep with fabricated stories.

    Liked by 1 person

    • IGiveUp says:

      “MSM is a criminal enterprise. Their job is to cover-up crimes for their masters while distracting the sheep with fabricated stories.”

      And as someone mentioned on a different thread, using the cover of the 1st Amendment and special press freedoms to do so.

      Democracy doesn’t exist without a free media. We don’t have much of one–just barely. Ergo, we barely have democracy.

      The coup has been largely revealed. Prosecutions remain…
      Next step for Term2: Reveal media/spy agency/govt interrelationship. Blow up MSM to smithereens.


  43. Mongo Mere Pawn says:

    Did the electronic surveillance authorized by the FISA court collect NSA database information on Candidate, President-Elect or President Trump, members of his family, members of his campaign, members of his administration, or any of his Republican primary opponents from the moment he rode down the Trump Tower escalator to the expiration of the third renewal application? That really is the only question.

    If so, and if any of the unmasking included any of those individuals, then you do indeed have conclusive evidence of political espionage conducted by the Obama Administration deep into the Trump Administration. This is the information missing from the IG Report on FISA abuse. Any reasonable investigation into such abuse would have inquired into what information was obtained through FISA authorization and who were the targets of the electronic surveillance. Yet, this information is completely absent from the IG Report.

    Until this information is made public, the DOJ and FBI remain in cover up mode.


    • Publius2016 says:

      21st Century Counter Intelligence encompass 360 degree real time digital infrared tools…45 called 44 SICK for a reason!

      this was 45, wife, family, friends…


    • Bogeyfree says:

      Well we know just in 2017 alone, the FIB and Contractors conducted over 3,100,000 searches using the NSA database.

      Not sure how many are the result of FISA because our government will never go back and conduct a FULL AUDIT.

      We are relying strictly on Adm Rodgers 6 month audit where they determine 85% of the FISA requests were non-compliant.

      So with that isn’t the right thing to do is conduct a full audit going back to 2009 or at least 2012?

      Show those results to the American people and burn it down might be the least of their worries.


    • Mongo Mere Pawn says:

      Always remember. We know the information is there based upon public reaction to private activity. President-Elect Trump moved his transition team out of Trump Tower the day after his meeting with Admiral Rogers, then later accused the Obama Administration of wiretapping him. Clapper and Secretary of Defense Carter immediately urged President Obama to dismiss Rogers.

      Similarly, the Democrats went nuts when Congressman Nunes went to the White House, then disclosed that there was inappropriate unmasking of American citizens during the Obama Administration.

      The information is there. Either the NSA database surveillance targeted President Trump or it did not. The fact that we still don’t know the answer to that question, and AG Barr clearly does, is what is troubling.


  44. Paprika says:

    Everyone knows there are problems with the FISC court in terms of the applications and process and procedures conducted in the past(over and over again). The court itself knows, The DoJ knows, the FBI knows, the prosecutors know, and we know.

    So, here are some quick to the point questions to ask all of the above, specifically the Presiding FISA Judge Boasberg, Attorney General Barr, and FBI Director Wray.

    Here’s the questions: “Knowing what you know now and have known for quite some time about the 85% improper inquiries conducted by the FBI and DoJ and knowing that the application process itself does not have the proper safeguards, How many FISA Warrant applications have you signed or approved in the past year and specifically in the last 2 months? Why? How many were approved? Is it still 95%+ approval rate? Please explain why you continue to approve at this rate knowing there are severe problems that have not been corrected yet?

    The average applications for a FISA warrant have averaged over 130 per month(over 4 per day) since 2015. The annual FISA Court report concerning # and disposition of applications to Congress for 2019 is due late April(usually 20th-25th) of this year. This will be available to the public on the US Court/gov site. Wonder how many applications and approvals it will show when all of these entities are fully aware of the severe(if not illegal) problems?


    • To me it is obvious that the entire concept of FISA has turned out to be flawed. Maybe it looked good in post-Nixon times, but “it’s no court.” There’s no one in the room to argue that the surveillance should not be granted. The judge has no way to vet the information that has been presented – it could be utterly false, as we have seen. And, most importantly, the President is not held accountable.

      “Surveillance” is obviously an aphrodisiac. They can’t get enough of it. Tens of thousands of database searches every month … four or five FISA applications every day … and no one is accountable for it.

      FISA, like PATRIOT, needs to be repealed and replaced. We now plainly see the irreconcilable defects that these laws have. Instead of protecting us, they have exposed us.

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  45. Truth seeker says:

    Likely another reason the dems were in such a hurry for impeachment. They tried to get their hands on 6e, grand jury material, which they never did, but had this ruling come out prior to impeachment there would have been no hope and no argument for the dems to get their hands on that material. Now it all goes bye-bye.

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  46. KMD says:

    Remember, as Sundance has pointed out prior… lawfare & co. already have this fraudulently obtained surveillance data. They’ve been trying like heck to retroactively justify using it legally, via phony ‘subpoena’, witness testimony, etc…

    What the sequestration of all FISA obtained material does, is set the precedent that it was ALL obtained illegally. Therefore, cannot be used against POTUS in future shampeachment attempts. Same as any 4th amendment protection against illegal search & seizure. Brilliant!

    The cherry on top of that sundae is that the crooks who tried to pull this coup off, have collectively exposed themselves by their own actions…

    Liked by 2 people

  47. kleen says:

    Understanding the Media, the “news” people.

    They will run ANYTHING that makes Trump and us the supporters look bad. ANY THING.
    Truth or not that’s not a requirement.

    The only requirement is: Does it hurt the right and Trump?

    If the answer is yes, then they be will all over it 24/4.

    Their sources and guests same thing. They will showcase thugs, child predators, scammers, mentally ill people, (exploiting them) ANYBODY willing to go on the air and say bad things about Trump. Then their expects will go out of their way to give them credibility and amplify the scheme to hit Trump over an over.

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  48. it might.but you can bet they have that 6e material but needed to be able to legally use that they can’t it will slowly and strategically be released anonymously.

    Liked by 1 person

    • kleen says:

      Don’t forget the info gathered by the illegal use of the NSA database search that was EXPORTED to outsiders. Crowdstrike? Soros? Fusion GPS? Some people out there are in possession of private information of their political enemies. Who are those enemies?

      They should be told about it and be able to sue those outside contractors.

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  49. kleen says:

    Media should be targeted next for an investigation. Libel laws should be changed to hold these dangerous criminals accountable. It’s out of control.

    We can’t survive as a country with such dishonesty being sold as truth and normalizing vicious attacks against innocent people who can’t defend themselves. This is abuse.

    If their job is to cover-up crimes, they should be held accountable for that.

    Fabricating stories to destroy someone is not free press. It’s criminal. It’s abuse.

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