Sidney Powell Reacts to Latest Revelations in Flynn Case…

Michael Flynn’s defense counsel, Sidney Powell, calls-in to FBN for an interview to discuss the latest developments in the case against her client. Powell: “There will be more evidence forthcoming. We still have a lot more that they said they will disclose to us.”

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Within the latest documents provided by a review from Missouri U.S. Attorney Jensen, it surfaces that Peter Strzok, Lisa Page and the small group were using a Microsoft instant messaging program known as Lync.   This suggests there may be more documents forthcoming from alternate communication networks.

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381 Responses to Sidney Powell Reacts to Latest Revelations in Flynn Case…

  1. Troublemaker10 says:

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  2. johnnyfandango says:

    Special shout out to that half twit Nicole Wallace. The Bush/McCain RINO traitor masquerading as a journalist on MSNBC.. She thought she was so cute, so smart to corner Flynn on some ”crimes”, she ends up getting a confession from Comey that he and his thugs planned to frame Flynn., without any precedent. What a ditz. Wonder when YouTube pulls that video of her Comey interview….3-2-1.

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  3. Perot Conservative says:

    Wow, at the end, three timing issues I was unaware of:

    1. When they were pressuring him to take the plea deal, they were going to indict his son THE NEXT DAY.

    2. After he agrees to the plea, THE NEXT DAY the Page-Strzok texts emerge.

    3. They lied to him & told him they had him in a lie?

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    • dwpender says:

      One thing Powell forgot during this interview was that Van Grack et al had not only threatened to indict Flynn’s son, but had threatened to go “full Manafort” on Flynn himself if he didn’t plead.

      Plead guilty, cooperate, and likely get probation, or you get the Manafort treatment. Quite understandable how even an innocent person might take the deal.

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    • Linda K. says:

      So, when the FBI lie to you and tell you they have you in a lie, that’s when you need a very good lawyer, to know if that is true or not and see their case.. Covington should have told Flynn they were compromised and let him get good representation. If they gave Flynn the actual skinny on what the FBI was doing to him, he could have fought and had Trump behind him.

      All this played out in public as a new administration was coming in to get established. General Flynn must have felt he was not serving his President well and now they were after his son.

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      • Tom W. says:

        Who advised PDJT to bring Flynn into the administration? Reibus? McMaster? Were they in on the setup of Gen.Flynn?

        There were traitors from day one in the White House. Some were obvious holdovers from Obummer, some not so easily identified.

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        • William the Comptroller says:

          Flynn had I think been fired by Obama from his DIA post for critiquing Obama’s blatant and dangerous islamophilia. Flynn had also pissed off McCabe with his official support of valuable counterintelligence agent Robyn Gritz in her lawsuit for sexual discrimination against her FBI supervisor and McCabe. Flynn would be an asset for Trump in his DNI position as it was also reported he wanted to audit the various Intel agencies to make them better. Especially so with cryptoMuslim Brennan’s negative effect on the CIA. On the other hand, Rinse Penis and Chrome-dome McMaster were probably suggested by “veteran DC insiders” to be, at least in Rinse’s case, to be a “liaison” with SuperRino Speaker Ryan. I think Rinse was a big leaker.

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        • Linda K. says:

          Obama warned Trump goo Flynn, as I recall.

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      • DAVID P. FALES says:

        So others might understand: (from allahpundit and epochtimes)
        A key player in the FBI’s counterintelligence investigation of Donald Trump and his 2016 presidential campaign was Trisha Anderson, who, at the time, was the No. 2 lawyer at the agency’s Office of General Counsel.

        Despite having no specific experience in counterintelligence before coming to the FBI, Anderson was, in some manner, involved in virtually all of the significant events of the investigation.

        Anderson told members of the House Judiciary and Oversight committees in August last year during closed-door testimony that she was one of only about 10 people who had known about the Trump–Russia investigation prior to its official opening.

        A transcript of Anderson’s testimony, which was reviewed for this article, reveals that she had read all of the FBI’s FD302 forms detailing information that the author of the Steele dossier, former British spy Christopher Steele, had provided to high-ranking Department of Justice (DOJ) official Bruce Ohr.

        Anderson also told lawmakers that she personally signed off on the original application for a warrant to spy on former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page without having read it. The FBI relied heavily on the unverified information in the Steele dossier—which was paid for by the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee—to obtain the FISA warrant.

        Anderson also was part of a small group of FBI personnel who got to read then-FBI Director James Comey’s memos about conversations he had with President Donald Trump.

        Covington also represented General Michael Flynn at the time that Anderson was hired. This indicates a conflict of interest for the firm and the question is whether General Flynn was ever notified of Anderson’s hiring.

        In the legal field, one of the legal duties every lawyer must observe is to avoid conflicts of interest when it comes to their clients. In fact, if a lawyer represents a client knowing that there’s a conflict of interest, they can be disciplined by the state bar and sued by the client for legal malpractice.

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        • Lindy says:

          It’s always important to see who the spouses are. Trisha married Charles Newman in 2011. He was (at the time) Deputy legal advisor to NSC at White House (Obama’s).
          She clerked for Elena Kagan.

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  4. rah says:

    Lies, and damned lies:
    “Trump says new FBI notes exonerate Michael Flynn, analysts say that’s not the case”
    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/trump-says-new-fbi-notes-exonerate-michael-flynn-analysts-say-thats-not-the-case/ar-BB13r0tN?ocid=spartandhp

    I Love it when “news” sources and their analysts open their big mouths and try to spin before they even have all the facts.

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    • unconqueredone says:

      Ever notice most damaging information seems to come from nameless, faceless “whistleblowers”, informants, leaks, and analysts?

      One might easily conclude the info is largely if not wholly fabricated! Can you say “fake news”?

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      • beach lover says:

        Side note. Have you noticed when the press asks POTUS some questions and state “ some say or some are reporting” he now presses them to name names. Just a way to tweet the media that he’s not playing that game anymore. He even did it to Fox’s John Roberts.

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        • avocadodipp says:

          Yes, he does… notice how they can never name the name… they have no clue. Not as smart as they think they are!

          During that particular presser Trump was asked about Biden and his sexual harassment allegation. Trump should have turned it around and said “Why are you asking me? Have you asked Biden?”

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      • William the Comptroller says:

        CIARAMELLA!!!
        It’s not “against the law” for we peasants to say his name in public. In fact, it’s my new go-to substitute expletive instead of the F/S-words. Everyone should try it!!! Make it a new trend!!! Don’t let that weasel fade from the limelight!!!

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  5. Jenevive says:

    I know a lot of people doubt Barr and think he is here to cover up but
    then why has he come out publicly more than once saying Trump was
    spied on..you don;t say that publicly then try to cover it up?

    And why did he so quickly end Mueller and say no POTUS didn;t obstruct justice
    he could have let that drag out..if he wanted to cover up..

    IF this is his idea of covering things up he is not doing a very good job..

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    • starfcker says:

      Sometimes we measure success in prosecutions, not lofty words. Example, Lindsey Graham. How many times have you heard him talk about all the hearing she’s going to hold to get to the bottom of these things. Result? Nothing. Attorney General Barr results to date? Nothing. Words don’t cut it without results. We want results.

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      • starfcker says:

        Spell check changed that to she. Not an intentional insult to Senator Graham

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      • Graham has no credibility – as a he OR as a she…………

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        • cav16 says:

          Graham like so many other Rhino’s are corrupt to the bone! I think Graham was getting rich off of the Gun Running crowd led by War Hero McLame. Look at that fat A$$ Burr (Think James Wolfe)! McConnell and he and his wife’s China connections. Could go on and on but you get the picture! Disgusting!

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      • randyinrocklin says:

        We’ve all been saying that as well as Lou Dobbs. Hannity? Meh, I heard that Tucker overtook him.

        Liked by 2 people

        • swissik says:

          I hope that your speculation is correct. Tucker has his own faults but they are somewhat less onerous than Hannity’s. I only hear and see snippets of H as I haven’t watched his show in years. Tucker I can take in small doses, I wish him well.

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      • zozz1 says:

        Lindsey Graham seems to be without courage to take action. He ends up just being a big gasbag. Chairman of an important Senate committee, and he initiates nothing. He’s just a blah blah man.

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        • mark says:

          And I despise Hannity for putting this clown Graham on repeatedly who doesn’t do anything. Hannity should ask him directly why have you held no hearings yet despite promising repeatedly to do so. I guess I should stick to Tucker and Maria and Lou Dobbs.

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          • nimrodman says:

            Yeah, the other night Graham was all indignant about China loosing the virus on us and was promising to “hold hearings” to impose punitive tariffs.

            I was like “yeah, like that’ll happen”

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        • William the Comptroller says:

          With all the scans of official Senate and DOJ stationery and documents on this site, it would be funny to print up and forge fake subpoenas from Graham’s Judiciary Committee Office to all the main bad actors and at the same time , a few days later, send Graham fake acknowledgement letters from the legal counsels of the targeted scumbags that say they can show up in front of the committee on a certain date the next week. (Also send a notice to C-SPAN to let them know they need to adjust their programming schedule to televise the hearings)…. and then secretly videotape Graham’s [horrified and confused] reaction to reading the faked acceptances….
          Just a creative thought.

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        • cav16 says:

          I think all members of the House and Senate should be taken to a designated site and waterboarded. Each to be asked the same questions regarding leaks, money transactions, etc. Would be fun to hear their responses! Okay to dream!

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      • MelH says:

        wordpress

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    • Noonan says:

      Talk is cheap.

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  6. beach lover says:

    We’ve known all along there were huge gaps in the released emails from S&P……at the rate they chatted there should be thousands. And gaps all seemed to be at key moments.

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    • Archie says:

      The other communication solution Strozk and Page used was a Microsoft solution called “Lync” It’s like a internal chat tool. You see the word “Lync” in one of the actual text messages and assuming they are referencing if they should be utilizing that communication tool

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      • Archie says:

        Who knows how many internal chat’s Strozk and Page had on “Lync”. If they were using that communication tool, then I haven’t seen any communications between them 2 specific to that communication solution. There could be many, many more.

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      • Tom W. says:

        Lync was replaced with Skype a few years after Microsoft bought Skype. Actually, they just renamed Lync to Skype since MS owned the name and software by then.

        Lync was used across many 3-letter agencies and is now Skype (don’t ask me how I know).

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    • Publius2016 says:

      agree…too many gaps but so far the timing is set for maximum 2020 EXPOSURE!

      Michelle is done now!! 44 ordered the code red!!!

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    • William the Comptroller says:

      And Strzok in his testimony said that those were just the texts from his WORK phone!!! You know he and Princess Gingiva Page exchanged even more damning texts (and, face it, nude pix) on their yet-not-subpoenaed PERSONAL phones!!!
      I am surprised that they both have functioning thumbs left with the sheer amount of texting per hour they were able to do!
      (And I am sure THOSE records from AT&T/Verizon CAN be subpoenaed! Just ask Schiffff how he did it)

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  7. phillip jeffreys says:

    Beach Lover: perhaps. The bulk of the exchanges “Oh baby. Oh baby. That’s the spot.” have little information content.

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  8. rld rld says:

    Well folks, I’ve waited a long time for this. Even a small purge will have the smaller weasels ducking for cover –for awhile. Most Folks would probably be surprised how Military folks stationed at most Embassies are treated—– Until the weasels NEED something.

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  9. Bigly says:

    What I’d like to know is how/why Trump goes from Flynn to McMasters?

    Imagine where we would be if they were unsuccessful.

    I blame Pence for Flynn – he is the one that told Trump Flynn lied. I get that pence is a g-man and trusts his govt, but he should have known better. I recall at the time, the sad revelation that if Trump can’t get his own people into his govt this is going to be long and hard going.

    Perhaps it was known then that we can’t just go all in, we need 4 years of exposed deep state crap in order to bring the people to us. Sad waste of 4 years tho, but perhaps that was the only way.

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    • doofusdawg says:

      Pence throwing Flynn under the bus told the deep state all they needed to know… get rid of Trump and they can control Pence.

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    • babrightlight says:

      I think the entire Trump team was not up to game speed when they took over which is not uncommon for a new administration, but with an adversarial media, life comes at you fast. The media was screaming Russia! Russia! Russia! and Pence makes a statement that no one in the Trump campaign had any contact with Russians (or something to that effect) which Flynn already had in trying to defuse retaliation actions by Russia in response to Obama’s fragging Russian diplomats on his way out the door…so, if Flynn admits to speaking with the Russians, then he makes Pence out to be the liar. Either Flynn or Pence was going to get at least a black eye and Flynn took the bullet for Pence. Another example of an honorable trait of integrity by Flynn.

      On a metaphysical plane, CV-19 is nothing compared to virus running rampant thru our legal/justice system, congress, government, business (high tech particularly), media, and education system and this virus is attacking/killing integrity. Once integrity dies, our nation no longer exists. Think about that–who can you trust? Our justice system, our scientists, now our doctors say things and we ponder the underlying motivation. AG Barr’s job is more important than the president right now. He is the advocate of truth and truth leads to justice. That is the prescription this nation needs more than anything else.

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    • coldanger says:

      I don’t know what to think about Pence, but I hope he is not running for POTUS in 2024…

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    • RoTX, formerly Scott Miller says:

      Pence is walking it back, now that the deets are out https://thehill.com/homenews/administration/495551-pence-says-he-is-deeply-troubled-by-flynn-documents from an unfriendly source

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      • tampafan says:

        I’ve wondered about Pence’s role in all of this. Flynn was fired, mostly due to how he “lied” to him. Pence was supposedly a good VP pick because he was Ryan’s good pal who could liase with the Republican controlled House. That was a bust. Trump sent him out on the road to make speeches. He spent the first 2 years opening every speech with “Potus says…”, “Potus this, Potus that” – giving Trump “credit”, but clearly distancing himself from Trump. My opinion: He was put in place by GOPe, like Bush Sr with Reagan. Coronavirus team leader is a good fit. Regardless, Trump knows.

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  10. Puzzled says:

    Sidney Powell says the judge, Sullivan, has shut down any further filings. What’s his game plan, he’s obviously a co-conspirator in this coup.

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    • ncbirdnwrd says:

      Check Court Listener website for exact statement.

      Sullivan does not want anymore supplements filed by Powell until all of the evidence out of the Missouri AG investigation has been released.

      No date was set. Could possibly be a stall tactic.

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      • Puzzled says:

        Thanks. Sidney called it a bizarre ruling, so it seems she thinks it is suspicious.

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        • tommylotto says:

          Sidney filed a first and then a second supplemental brief, and probably planned to file a third, fourth, fifth and sixth as the Missouri DAG rolled out the production of documents. The judge just said, “wait until you get all the documents and file one more supplemental brief covering all new documents, don’t keep filing these mini little briefs.” Sidney probably liked the drip, drip effect for PR purposes. That’s probably why she didn’t like the ruling, but it is understandable from the judge’s perspective. I wouldn’t read too much into it, unless, of course, the judge did it just to derail Sidney’s PR strategy.

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          • doofusdawg says:

            What it does is require Barr to show all of his cards to Sullivan before they can unredact any further exculpatory evidence and release anything to public… effectively a gag order for Sidney which allows Sullivan to control the release of bad news while giving coup plotters a chance to prepare their defense.

            Ironic that Sullivan is now giving the prosecution all of the rights which were never afforded to defendant Flynn.

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            • Sounds like “obstruction of justice” to me. Is not a defendant entitled to a vigorous defense? Where does a “judge” get the authority to shut that basic right down?

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            • ann says:

              Dawg, to paraphrase into laymen terms, forces AG Barr to cede control of disclosure to Judge Sullivan?
              In this context, why is the fed judge entitled to censor?

              This order essentially circumvents the AG & Missouri guy, and elevates the prosecutors authority above the AG?

              Sidney is gagged and the public excluded. .

              Is this somewhat accurate?

              If so, Parr for the course. It’s what courtrooms are: : Bastions that openly protect abuse of authority, institutions above individuals, politics above principles

              To paraphrase Judge Bork,
              i do not recognise my country in this antagonistic government.

              Thus, my pledge of allegiance applies to the American people & constitutional republic, distinct of the extant United States government .
              Over time, the Insider Club’s unbridled abuse of power has alienated this lifelong moderate.

              My moral duty to uphold rule of law seagued into active opposition of Judicial authority,

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              • doofusdawg says:

                Ann… because first and foremost the judge is a democrat.

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                • ann says:

                  Dawg- So it’s really that simple?
                  Incredible.

                  That is akin to negligence, intentional dismissal of obvious pathology.

                  , in fact, in medical context, such behaviour is equivalent to denying /delaying treatment based on one’s personal prejudice.

                  When of a privledged background, gifted with intelligence, a higher standard of conduct is expected.

                  Elites who have sunk to a level of hypocritical conformity do far more damage to their society than the lowliest mobster. IMO 🇺🇸

                  realise I sound pompous, but consider

                  , if engineers, physicians, machinists, chemists, business owners, etc. accepted and rewarded unethical conduct, what would happen to our society?

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          • ann says:

            Tommy, thanks.

            The precise signifance of the legal systems’s arcane manuevers are challenging to interpret for laymen (me) . 🌸

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            • X XYZ says:

              “in fact, in medical context, such behaviour is equivalent to denying /delaying treatment based on one’s personal prejudice.”
              Denial is more than a river in Egypt. 😉

              “In this context, why is the fed judge entitled to censor?”

              “A judge is a law student who marks his own examination papers.” (Mencken)
              “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.” (Orwell)

              Never ask “why” questions. Only ask “what”.

              Great thoughts, Ann.
              (I’m still here…) 😉

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  11. jmclever says:

    The entire group of Flynn’s first defense team needs to be disbarred.

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    • flyboy46 says:

      JM, you forgot the second half of that remedy, i.e. sued into homelessness and put out on the street!

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      • henry says:

        I’m for a more biblical approach: Remove the entire line of the family on both sides.

        And that should be the same for Pelosi, DiFi, Schiff, Berke, Goldman, Nadler, Swallowswell, etc.

        Aside from nuking the site from orbit, it’s the only way to be sure.

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  12. CharterOakie says:

    I stick with my hunch: Flynn and Team Patriots, including in MI and NI, knew that the outgoing admin would try to frame him and, super patriot that he is, Flynn was willing to play along, be the target, in order to eventually get evidence admitted to a federal court and enable a thorough purge of the cabal of traitorous bastards.

    Can I prove it? No.

    But anyone who thinks Trump put everything on the line to run for POTUS whimsically or egotistically and without certainty as to the support and fidelity of nearly all of the highest ranking military officers, retired and active duty, and the information available to the NSA, not to mention the DIA, well, that person has the greater burden of proof to the contrary.

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  13. Netfun says:

    Does the whistle blower statute apply to Flynn? Flynn wrote a letter backing Gritz, much to the ire of McCabe. Then just send two agents in.

    Maybe if he wore his uniform and said please refer me as General Flynn.

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  14. MVW says:

    ‘This should never happen, or be allowed to happen again.’

    That is what Trump keeps saying, yet, unless the hammer of justice falls on Obama himself and his complicit lieutenants, and the complicit bought and paid for propaganda media are cleaned out as co-conspirators, until the judges all the way to complicit Chief Justice John Robert (failed oversight of the FISA court) are exposed and kicked out, **this will happen again.** When it does happen again, the lessons learned from the first failed coup errors will enable avoidance of those errors.

    China, looking at the near success of this failed coup can see that with money, crooked DNC, bought and paid for corporate media, can be bought and a coup **could be successful.** Therefore without the hammer of justice, our Republic is in Jeopardy.

    Therefore:
    Justice = National Security

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  15. doohmax says:

    Trump needs to “Open the Gates of Hell” on these people. My favorite scene from “Gladiator “.

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  16. doohmax says:

    Trump needs to “Open the Gates of Hell” on these people. My favorite scene from “Gladiator “.

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    • ann says:

      In the Obama admin, it became manifestly clear the Justice Dept & Judiciary allies are functionally independent of & have authority over Presidential & Congressional power.

      Yates & Baker implemented their manifesto: DoJ/DSI and OLC are excluded from oversight.
      This power grab still stands, I believe.

      Did or does any entity even challenge and overturn their assertion of Ultimate .Authority?

      Do courts even have the power to undo and overturn?
      (jurisdiction, purview, etc) I have no idea.
      The doings of both the courts & law never made sense to me, probably because I’m trained to think in systemic terms for effective treatment .

      Practice of law is also an art, but the practitioners goal is not healing. In their profession, skill is demonstrated by creatively devising means to circumvent treatment, I.e. the spirit of justice.

      In my very unqualified opinion.

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      • X XYZ says:

        Ann, your opinions are more qualified and valued than most.

        But here is a question for everyone to ponder. If Trump had been in Gen. Flynn’s position, would he have handled the situation of the FBI trap in the same way as Flynn did?

        The bigger question is this: Would Trump or someone of his strong character ever be lured into that situation in the first place? Or would the dirty FBI gang have known not to even attempt doing that to someone like Trump?

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        • ann says:

          Hmmmn. : 💡Thinking……………..

          Liked by 1 person

        • nimrodman says:

          Would Trump or someone of his strong character ever be lured into that situation in the first place?

          Well, PresTrump was “lured” into a meeting with Mueller and others in which someone “left behind” a mobile phone, right? (the one the Pres later characterized as Mueller “applying for” the head of FBI job)

          A mobile phone set on “record” perhaps?

          So it’s not as if he’s infallible

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          • X XYZ says:

            “Infallible” is not the appropriate word. People of strong character can be ambushed. If they survive the ambush, then they fight back. They don’t cave and cop a plea.

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  17. ColdCanuck says:

    Remember this from June 2017?
    ‘Ex-FBI chief James Comey said he was “stunned” when President Trump asked him to drop the bureau’s probe into ex-national security adviser Mike Flynn.’

    https://nypost.com/2017/06/08/comey-stunned-that-trump-asked-him-to-drop-flynn-probe/

    Five months after “7th floor” knew the FBI had found nothing derogatory about Mike Flynn, and the only reason the probe hadn’t been dropped at that time was what Strzok characterized as “our incompetence”.

    An honest FBI Director instead of being “stunned” would have disclosed to the president that, well, that’s basically the same conclusion my subordinates reached back in January if not before. Maybe he was in too big a hurry to dash out to the laptop waiting in his car to “memorialize” the meeting so he could leak it to the press.

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    • CNN_sucks says:

      Amazing the criminal that he is, James Commie lied and tried to entrapped Flynn and knows that there are no there..there since January 2017…arrest the beast.

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  18. Richard Whitney says:

    I can contribute some tech support for this post.
    Lync was Microsoft’s attempt at a business phone system, which they have since re-branded as Skype for Business.
    In the old days, the operator at a firm had an extension to her phone station called a Busy Lamp Field. It showed every phone in the building, so if some caller wanted someone who was on the phone, the operator could ask the person if they could speak to someone else instead, or tell them that she could take a message.
    Modern IP telephony systems incorporate that BLF for every user. So you can see the status of a co-worker with little Green-Yellow-Red lights that alert you to whether that person is available. When she says “his bubble turned from green to yellow…” that person went from available to some other status.
    These systems also included text messaging. So if you saw that the other person was out, you could text them instead.

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