Devin Nunes Discusses AG Barr Remarks About President Obama and Joe Biden…

House Intel Committee ranking member Devin Nunes appears on Fox News to discuss the remarks earlier in the day where AG Bill Barr does not foresee any criminal investigation of President Obama or Vice-President Joe Biden.

Rep. Nunes again refers to the buckets of intelligence that would help outline everything that has taken place. Bucket-1 DOJ/FBI activity prior to July 31, 2016. Bucket-2 DOJ/FBI activity between July 31, 2016 and the inauguration. Bucket-3 everything that takes place after the Trump inauguration, to include the Mueller investigation.

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The bottom line is we need full transparency and a complete declassification of the underlying documents that were redacted and hidden to protect the prior behavior.

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312 Responses to Devin Nunes Discusses AG Barr Remarks About President Obama and Joe Biden…

  1. That’s funny, Bill; with what we know now, we don’t expect that Obama or Biden will be charged, either.

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    • I heard somewhere today the DOJ doesn’t try treason cases that they are done by military tribunal.

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      • Hopper Creek says:

        Sedition s the term for civillian courts ,….Treason is miliyary

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      • jumpinjarhead says:

        No—totally incorrect. Treason is a crime under the US Code and as such is cognizable in the civilian federal District Courts.

        Jurisdiction for the military to try US civilians in courts martial or “military commissions” is VERY restricted. As all military courts are the creatures of Congress under Article 2 of the Constitution (rather than Constitutional courts under Article 3), their jurisdiction is strictly construed—this is the statute giving military courts specific bases for jurisdiction—THERE ARE NO OTHERS!

        https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/10/802

        https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/2381

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        • jumpinjarhead says:

          I meant to apologize Hopper for my (far too) abrupt and dismissive tone. My only explanation, not excuse, is it was late and I was tired. I do try hard not to be rude and I certainly failed this time. I ask your forgiveness.

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      • cali says:

        @sonshineandrain: ^^^^^^^This!

        Yes – Barr parsed his words carefully for obvious reasons. Charges of treason, sedition and colluding with enemies abroad to overthrow our president will only be adjudicated before the military tribunal.
        The category applies to Hussein, Biden, Hillary, Brennan, Jarrett, Kerry and a host of others.

        Go back and read the president’s EO beginning in December 2017 – its all spelled out!

        Let these traitors continue to feel untouchable as they continue their activities still ongoing against president Trump. If that weren’t bad enough their solicitation of foreign governments that used to be allies is stunning. Italy comes to mind and so far “Operation Charlemagne” has not made headlines here but do everyday in Italy.
        That caused two Italian citizens to be framed and incarcerated for more than a year – all due to the attempt to frame president Trump using the servers of these two citizens that were located stateside and attempting to plant evidence – the ‘deleted emails’ on these servers. They failed and Occionero and his sister are now able to describe what happened.

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        • Eric says:

          Somebody needs to lay off the Qanon crackpipe. An Executive Order does not override the Constitution, military tribunals cannot be used to replace civilian courts on the whim of a Presidential Executive Order. This very question was already settled by the Supreme Court in a unanimous decision.

          https://www.oyez.org/cases/1850-1900/71us2
          “Writing for the Court, Justice David Davis held that trials of civilians by presidentially created military commissions are unconstitutional. Specifically, it is unconstitutional to try civilians by military tribunals unless there is no civilian court available. The military commission therefore did not have jurisdiction to try and sentence Milligan, and he was entitled to discharge. ”

          The EO you are referring to, #13818 does not cover “Charges of treason, sedition and colluding with enemies abroad to overthrow our president” , and does not say anything about military tribunals anyway. It also says. ” This order is effective at 12:01 a.m., Eastern Standard Time, December 21, 2017.” meaning the EO does not cover activities before Dec 21, 2017.

          https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2017/12/26/2017-27925/blocking-the-property-of-persons-involved-in-serious-human-rights-abuse-or-corruption

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      • TrumpTweetsTruth says:

        Can Sidney Powell sue those responsible for harming Flynn?

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      • jumpinjarhead says:

        Sunshine: I need to apologize for my (far too) abrupt and dismissive tone. My only explanation, not excuse, is it was late and I was tired. I do try hard not to be rude and I certainly failed this time. I ask your forgiveness.

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    • Friskycat says:

      So if Trump does all this to the in coming adminstration, it will be okay? Right?

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      • noswamp says:

        Frisky, Won’t that be fun! Who is new Acting AG? New Acting FBI Director?

        Every single Obama appointee is fired! Agency wide. Then some are rehired.
        Pick from a short list of Guiliani, DeGenova, Ulysses S. Grenell, Ms. Sidney Powell, to head law enforcement agencies, NSA CIA and DOJ. KEEP POMPEO as SOS.

        I don’t care how qualified they are, the question is: do they have the cojones to seek out justice for the American people and not the politicians and DS?

        And this time McConnell and Graham and Rubio will play ball because the AG and FBI director will release everything showing their involvement in the coup if they don’t.

        Trump may do that now, one never knows…
        But he wants to win in November and those three Senators will throw the elections to the democrats and destroy the country to protect themselves if they don’t get their way. They are that corrupt.

        Man, I can’t believe it has gotten to this. But at least we are awake. Treepers take note.

        Come November, things will start to move. And everyone knows this, which is why you saw Barr say what he did today. It was all about Barr’s self preservation, no one else.

        SD, you already know.

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        • Pale rider says:

          Where is Giuliani?

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        • Not everything the Washington Swamp dwellers do is action; there is also reaction. Barr, like Graham just a day or two before, obviously chose to nip in the bud the excitement among supporters of the truth and the President, that Obama’s name WAS so widely being discussed, as leader of the attempted overthrow of our duly-elected President, after Sidney Powell’s sterling exposé of the Obama agencies’ Flynn persecution.

          That’s all, just nip it in the bud (no psychological self-preservation involved); none of them want us to even “go there”, so they say straight out that THEY won’t go there. All of the comments here and elsewhere speculating on ways in which Barr may yet “go there” are in vain; in this he is being painfully honest, in the Washington DC way. And the President is also saying HE won’t go there, because he is “leaving it up to” Barr, despite his personal distaste for the lies, and the treasonous crimes (Constitutional pedants won’t let us say just “treason”, but it IS all treasonous behavior, like it or not Constitutionalists — and of course I will be writing simply “treason” in the future, when I feel like stating the fact simply and clearly).

          Sundance is exactly right, in his article this morning saying the “lockdowns” will end when we all stop obeying them. We all need to keep saying, even yelling, “Obama did it” too. That’s as simple as I can say it. Make recognition of Obama’s criminality — his treason — the litmus test for voting, for anyone.

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          • Issy says:

            harrydhuffman – Thank You for that eloquent statement. I never expected any prosecution of the ones you mentioned or those of a tier or two below them. I’m not a lawyer, but one has to realize there has to be a statute they violated for a charge, and these people are smart.

            I also appreciate your evaluation of the criminality involved (treason/sedition) whether it can be proven or not. We should all follow your exemplary example.

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            • darose5308 says:

              JMO but this situation w/ BHO & the cabal is like the weed in my garden. You can cut it off at ground level BUT if you fail to dig down and remove the roots it just keeps coming back to annoy you

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              • plato_spaghetti says:

                Amen. If we don’t find a way to excise this cancer in the body politic, we will never have another chance. There should be so many people going to prison, people are ashamed to vote democrat. The demographics are already against us for the future. Without a major sea change, the next dem administration will see to it this country becomes unrecognizable. Conservatives will cease to exist.

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    • Mike Dennis says:

      The foolishly optimistic scenario is that he’s leaving those two out there as bait. Anyone gives those two up and I’ll lighten your sentence by eliminating the fine you’ll still do some community service and of course get double secret probation.

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  2. Skidroe says:

    I bet Oscuma told Barr to make that announcement.

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    • Skid- thanks for a good laugh. I needed it.

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      • sat0422 says:

        At this point I would like to see Obama banned from speaking publicly and encouraging sedition to anyone via TV, Netflix, or in person. I want him prohibited from printing handbills and having them placed on car windows at retail establishment. I want him black-balled until he can’t even find his underwear. Obama is an Evil Communist Creature that will sell this country to the devil for a dime.

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        • Kim Hudson says:

          Hey….better watch it there. Though I would love to see the Kenyan shackled as well, we can’t forget the shoe on the other foot principle. This IS, after all, The Home Of The Free.

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  3. Joshua2415 says:

    At this point, I’m more than willing to let the American people be the jury. Just get it all out there before November. There are enough of us to spread the word, even if the media tries to bury it.

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    • MelH says:

      At the end of every article Sundance posts is an opportunity to post a social-media link to the article. The more of those we spread around, the better. I do Twitter, but often than not my Tweets are censored, so the more the merrier, participating in our small form of November propaganda. Every little bit helps!

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    • noswamp says:

      Joshua,
      My thoughts exactly. WE THE PEOPLE.

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    • Issy says:

      That’s exactly what happened to Hillary. We wouldn’t allow the exoneration of her to be buried. I do think we should aim our fire at the candidate, Biden, his involvement and the corruption he has been involved in rather than an ex-president.

      It seems Obama, who is still enomously popular, wants us to concentrate on him and allow Biden to slide under the radar. I think that is a mistake.

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  4. thedoc00 says:

    Bucket 4 – The load AG Barr just threw on the Constitution and Republic.

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    • old sneakers says:

      I don’t see Barr being around for Trump’s second term

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      • serrafeena says:

        The biggest problem in Trumps 1st term, “bar” none, has been personnel. Most of us knew this on his day 1. I think we knew it better than he did.

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        • swissik says:

          Agreed and I dare say I have been critical on the personnel matter from day one and still as time goes on. The latest is the vaccine czar who should be investigated for insider trading. There are now at least three issues that will make a serious impact on my family’s come Nov. the czar being one, financial bail out of mismanaged states, and another stimulus bill. If any one of these gets the president’s signature, there will be no vote for him from me for sure, and probably others in our immediate family of 13 voters. Not sure what the extended family may do.

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          • To NOT VOTE for Trump (so I’m including non-voters), against ANY in the Insane Left Democrat column, is to forsake all that is worth keeping. You are writing like a man with POLITICAL concerns about his well-being, when the field of battle transcends politics. It is the duty of every competent voter to work to DEMOLISH the organized crime ring and insane cult the Democrat party has become; it is no longer a legitimate political force at all. There is no political choice to be made in November; it is a lawful choice — do you want a lawful (and sane) society, and country, or not?

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          • Issy says:

            swissik – By all means take your ire out on Trump for mistakes that in most cases he was forced by congress and circumstances to make. Things will be so much better for you with Biden as president.

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          • dr D says:

            swissik, Trump is an outsider. The pool of people who think like him and are capable of serving in his admin., is limited. It would’ve been nice if he had totally cleaned house of all obama holdovers and replaced them with Trump like-minded people, but that’s easier said than done. He’s been dependent on the advice of others and has been let down.

            I don’t want to be mean about it, but anyone who doesn’t vote for Trump in Nov. is a fool.

            A less than perfect Trump is INFINITELY better than any dem. You think the guy who was VP during the worst recession recovery in modern history will do a better job rebuilding our post Covid economy? You would have to be delusional to think that.

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          • bentley1blog says:

            Swissik…do what you are comfortable with but to NOT vote for DJT is a huge no-no.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      AG Barr allowed Chris Wray the first 15 minutes to try to rehabilitate the reputations of the FBI and himself.

      It appears they’rd hiding Brandon Van Grack under a rock somewhere, or maybe he’ll pop up ‘Of Counsel’ at some Deep State law firm soon.

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    • inspectorudy says:

      I don’t like it either but imagine what will happen to Trump after he wins in Nov. if Congress and the DoJ under the new Admin decided to go after a departing POTUS. There would not be enough money for Trump to defend himself with. The Dems would have the federal government to fund them and the investigation would go on for years. The only time an ex-president should be tried is if the evidence is overwhelming and irrefutable. There can’t be and never should be what the Dems have done to Trump while in office. Imagine how much worse it would be for him out of office with none of the resources he has now!

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      • plato_spaghetti says:

        Ha! You think that will stop them? How naive can one get. Republicans never attempted a treasonous coup on a sitting president either, but it didn’t stop the Dems from doing it. Republicans never fight back and never hit first, so Dems know they’re safe and will get away with anything.

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      • Kim Hudson says:

        As was bantered around last week, a prosecution of former Presidents “Is just not done” It would be a huge mistake to withhold prosecution of the Kenyan because of some SOCIAL/POLITICAL NICETY. After Trump won, he pulled back on his Lock Her Up campaign in the spirit of moving into a smooth transition. Look what THAT got him! These radicals can only be dealt with in a radical way. There can be no mercy, no holding back & if there’s something that can be effectively used as legal ammo, let it rip! Alice Cooper comes to mind….No More Mr Nice Guy! Everytime Trump played that card, it bit him in the a$$ HARD! Look at Lt Gen Flynn for God’s sake! This is not politics as usual, this is war! Our grandchildren’s future is up for grabs here! We gotta take down these radicals or they’ll be laying in wait for their next opportunity to wreak havoc… Don’t think for a second they won’t have us and all our future generations in chains! There will be a time when we can again indulge in social niceties, but for now…..its WAR! Never forget…..they unleashed a damn PLANDEMIC on the world to further their goals! I’m not advocating that level of evil, but we better get pretty frickin’ serious here and take these power hungry technocrats out!

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  5. Mo says:

    Looks like the Senate will vote to confirm John Ratcliff to DNI on Tuesday. Richard Grenell has has Kash Patel working with him. Kash Patel was an assistant to Devin Nunes so hopefully he stays to work for John Ratcliff and Ratcliff continues in the mold that Richard Grenell has established for the DNI . I hope I hope I hope. Sad

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      There goes the single best person PT ever appointed.

      How about fire Wray and at least make Grenell Acting FIB Director?

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      • TarsTarkas says:

        Have Radcliffe decline to be DNI, fire Wray, move an already confirmed Radcliffe into the FBI, keep Grenell in place. Many have suggested this besides me.

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        • jumpinjarhead says:

          Confirmation is position-specific.

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          • thedoc00 says:

            No, not if there is a “vacancy” needing a temporary person to fill it. That is how Grenell landed in his stop as “temporary” ODNI. Pay attention.

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            • jumpinjarhead says:

              That is temporary—I was referring to permanent.

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            • jumpinjarhead says:

              My dear fellow, I am paying attention and I will return the favor by the same admonishment.

              Senate confirmation in the context of “acting” appointments is wholly irrelevant and thus the reason and logic behind my post.

              The fact that a person has been confirmed for one position but is then put in another in an “acting” capacity is meaningless legally (its only relevance is it may suggest an easier time getting confirmed a second time for another gig).

              Thanks awfully for your kind reminder that I “pay attention.”

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        • Issy says:

          TarsTarkas – This is not possible. Grenell would have to be confirmed by the senate to be left in place. He is acting only until the senate confirms Ratcliffe. Once confirmed, Grenelle is out. Ratcliffe would have to be confirmed as fbi director.

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    • pa96er says:

      It worries me that they are confirming Ratcliff so fast. That tells you that Grenell was causing more damage than they could take. Which also tells you Grenell was over the target and right where he needed to be. The DS feels they stand a better chance with Ratcliff. I hope Ratcliff proves them wrong and continues the onslaught. In any event, Grenell is a hero and true patriot in my book. We could use a lot more people like him.

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      • Bird Watcher says:

        No reason why Ratcliff can’t appoint Grenell to be his number two man.

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        • thedoc00 says:

          That would be a great second best option, to Grenell remaining and Ratcliff taking over FBI. The deputy or executive officer is often the hatchet man in allot of organizational constructs, while the boss does the smoothing and acts as target designator for his deputy.

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      • Issy says:

        pa96er – Ratcliffe will be fine. He knows exactly what has been going on and how to stop it. Grenell will have other fish to fry. The very thought of him moving on to other departments to slash & burn will help with confirmations. The strategy is masterful.

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    • WSB says:

      Grennell may be shifted on the chess board.

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      • Glad its a chess board and not a checker board………….

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      • Wray.’s replacement, Richard Grenell, PDJT has found his Grant, and the battle has been joined.

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        • jbowen82 says:

          Interestingly, a talk radio guy, Michael Berry, today told the story of 1864 and Lincoln finding a general who would fight, in the context of the new press secretary, Kayleigh McEnany. She is definitely the right person for the job.

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          • jus wundrin says:

            Lincoln fired many generals before he appointed Grant, and Grants best plan was to keep Lee on his heels with constant attacks until he finally surrendered. Thats the kind of senate leadership we need in a time like this, but the turtle is no Grant. The turtle is a Gen McClellan: a sell out to the dims.

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            • jbowen82 says:

              The story he actually told was that Grant was asked by New York to send troops to assist with the draft riots and Grant refused. He said he could not spare a man and that his task was to defeat and pursue the Confederate Army. That was when Lincoln knew he finally had a general who understood what it took to win.

              Berry also gave President Trump as an example of his own Grant — as opposed to McCain or Romney, who were gracious losers respected by their fellow Senators, President Trump wins.

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          • MelH says:

            KayLeigh is so perfect to be the President’s spokesperson. She’s like a walking ad FOR him, and such fun to watch. All her briefings are on You Tube. You’ll love the way she handles the Press. She carries with her an indexed binder that holds every topic she thinks might come up, so she’s always spouting numbers and sources they can’t refute. She just blows them away.

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            • dottygal says:

              Most of the time she makes it look like all the facts and figures are in her head, spouting them effortlessly. I’m very impressed.

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              • MelH says:

                You’re right. She has the binder but seldom consults it. She has GREAT memory for figures. I just read she has a weeks-old baby.

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          • Issy says:

            jbowen – She is excellent, however, she is also having a much easier time of it (at this point in time) than Sarah did. The changes made in the way the briefings are held are great. Fewer people due to Covid and the attention grifters are not being allowed to mug for the camera.

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        • FrankieZee says:

          I hope you are right. We only have 6 months left and so far no one has been arrested. I pray to God that Trump has a plan. 6 months is not a lot of time.

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        • noswamp says:

          ULYSSES RICHARD GRENELL.

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      • sickconservative says:

        My feelings exactly what can he do next is the question, FBI is first choice.
        Politically correct Grenell isn’t going to happen.

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    • sat0422 says:

      I really like this Richard Grenell and hope that he is in the dreams of all the Gang of 8, oops 7, until the day they die. Grenell seems to know how to get things done. Trump needs him in a powerful position!

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  6. Bogeyfree says:

    We had two sweepers speak today and no Grenell action coupled with a plot to keep BOTH Flynn and Sidney locked down. Flynn from spilling his guts and Sidney from being appointed as WH Justice Czar or Special Counsel.

    Why does PT keep Wray?

    Why does Barr not want to look back at all the documented NSA Abuse and spying on Americans from 2009-2016?

    Why?

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    • mr.piddles says:

      “no Grenell action”

      Somebody posted this a bit earlier on the Prez Thread:

      So that’s a BFD.

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    • onekamaman says:

      Because Barr is just the latest cover-up guy ………… or gal.

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    • ezgoer says:

      Trump’s hands are tied on Wray. If he fired him the House will immediately move to impeachment for obstruction. Bogus but they will.

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      • Little Berkeley Conservative says:

        Obstruction of what?

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        • dr D says:

          Do you think it matters? Do you think the House dems would allow Trump to fire Wray less than 6 mos. before the election without screaming bloody murder, obstruction of blah blah blah?

          I don’t think it’s politically worth it right now. Fire Wray the weasel AFTER the election.

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      • GB Bari says:

        The House has nothing to move forward with a second Shampeachment. Theyre desperately trying to get an appeal in their favor to release the Grand Jury material from Mueller’s Shamvestigation. They probably already have the material illegally and cannot use it until they get a verdict in their favor. SCOTUS will ultimately block them if the Appeals Court says yes.

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    • Avi says:

      Why can’t Flynn speak now?

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      • CNN_sucks says:

        Unfortunately Sullivan, another deep state, still water boarding Gen. Flynn. s/

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        • sat0422 says:

          Don’t forget black blood is the thickest substance on earth and blacks who harbor hate or who want to see whitey annihilated or harmed have the thickest black blood of all. Don’t forget when it is blended with Iranian blood, we get Val Jarrett. Where is she during all this unmasking of criminals?

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          • bruzedorange says:

            Maybe you could balance your hematologic studies with some online courses in phrenology.

            A thought…

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          • Lady Sid says:

            Valerie Jarrett was born in Iran to American citizen parents. Her father was a doctor, probably not a great one and was an America hater to boot, but they are not Iranian.

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          • jumpinjarhead says:

            I agree that our enemies are filled with and motivated by hatred. As to this being a function of blood, race or nationality not so much.

            It seems clear to me that this hatred is ideological in the main. It may from time to time take on various other premises such as race, wealth, national origin etc., but at its core it is an atheistic and therefore wholly unconstrained by any morality or sense of proportion or context, totalitarian ideology that cannot tolerate any contrarian views.

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      • Bird Watcher says:

        Can’t he speak without speaking? Whisper to a little birdie who sings to another birdie that leaks accidentally on purpose according to anonymous sources?

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    • Issy says:

      Bogeyfree – The Patriot Act

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  7. Eddd777 says:

    Leftists never fry. Leftists never fry. Leftists never fry.

    What does that tell us?? Take your time. I’ll wait

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  8. Arrest Soros says:

    Imagine the uproar if Barr said he could foresee an investigation into those two scumbags.
    Lets be realistic, it’s just not something he could say publicly.

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    • jahealy says:

      But why say the opposite?

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      • “Why say the opposite?” That’s what the FBI and DOJ do always. M.O. “We’re here to help you”.

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      • Chewbarkah says:

        Presumably Barr wants to keep away from elected officials, to avoid being accused of politicizing the DoJ the same thing the coup plotters did. Prosecuting Obama is the ideal way to get his worshippers to the polls to vote for Biden. Much smarter to prosecute Comey, McCabe, Strzok, et al., first. They will soon insist that they were following Obama’s orders.

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        • jahealy says:

          I’m hoping this is what happens. Still would’ve preferred Barr just say nothing.

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          • trnathens says:

            It was a literal message to both Obama and Biden personally.

            The same way Obama’s “leak” was a message to PDJT.

            This is a war being fought today, and tomorrow, but it is a new type of war, not kinetic, but battles nonetheless. Advancing, warning, proving. Information, information, informant.

            This is real time, baby.

            For those who can “see” and “hear” it is fascinating to watch.

            Good and right will prevail. I don’t profess to know how. I have theories, but nothing more.

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            • As a Man Thinkth says:

              trnathions: I agree with your observations ….this entire press conference was set up in order for AG Barr to make one key announcement…the question was scripted and Barr’s response was well rehearsed…The Pensacola news, while informative, was simply camouflage and cover for Barr’s announcement…

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            • Hmmm... says:

              I agree that Barr was specifically there to say this. I wonder though if the real message was for Obama and Biden to figure out their story now and who they are tossing under the bus. In other words Barr has zero desire to go after them but they better get their stories straight because there is a train coming. More of a plea to them to figure out a way to get off the tracks.

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              • trnathens says:

                No, this allows DOJ and PDJT to plow ahead on the underlings. Keep the pressure up, keep revealing more and more.

                Accomplishes two goals:

                (1) keeps putting pressure ON Obama/Biden because none of the underlings are man/woman enough to fall on their sword, they will all sing;

                (2) shows WE THE PEOPLE progress, and an orderly, well-thought out plan to get the Justice we need/seek, but also recognizing the political and electoral realities, that if Obama and/or Biden were indicted prior to the election, then their base will be motivated to turn-out, which makes the election CLOSE, which brings ballot-harvesting and vote-fraud into the picture.

                The libs/dems won’t make a big fuss over Comey, Brennan, Clapper, etc., especially if they think it is insulating Obama/Biden.

                This way PDJT wins re-election, and THEN he can go after them if he wants. By then, they will be so pathetic that it might be worse for them to be pointed at, and whispered about, in public, in front of their faces. Who knows. Maybe no one will really care, and all of this will continue.

                Remember, on the day Jesus was crucified there were hundred, thousands, if not millions of people going about their daily lives not knowing at all the significance of what had happened. Sometimes it takes a while for this kind of stuff to sink in.

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        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          “Prosecuting Obama is the ideal way to get his worshippers to the polls to vote for Biden. Much smarter to prosecute Comey, McCabe, Strzok, et al., first.”

          ^^^^^^^THIS^^^^^^^

          Just remember, there are millions of people out there that have only seen and heard the MSM LIES for the past 4 years or so.

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          • bentley1blog says:

            Deplorable…thanks for confirming my exact thoughts!

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          • Issy says:

            I repeat myself, but we need to concentrate on Biden. Attacking Obama allows Biden’s ineptitude and corrupt actions to slide under the radar. Biden would be the one to hold office and be controlled by Obama and his cabal.

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        • mike11946 says:

          That is really a great point Chew

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      • Joshua2415 says:

        Nunes makes the point that his committee did not issue criminal referrals for Biden or Obama either, so I must conclude that they did not find any direct evidence of law breaking by either man. That doesn’t mean that they weren’t involved, just that there was no evidence tied directly to them. I have no doubt that Valerie Jarret is smart enough to keep Obama’s fingerprints off the most damning stuff. Joe Biden is simply oblivious. He probably handed out signature stamps as party favors. If “intent” is now mandatory for politicians to commit a crime, Biden is safe.

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        • starfcker says:

          Nunes didn’t have subpoena power for documents or witnesses. Not exactly a thorough investigation, they worked with what they could.

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          • YvonneMarie says:

            Obama & Biden are crooks.
            Declassify & evidence will be clear.
            By the way, Biden is stupid like a fox. Only now he had a brain disorder. Five years ago, not so much.

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      • Den says:

        The key word is “expects”, he didn’t say not. You never telegraph your intentions.

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      • Craig says:

        Reply to jahealy May 18, 2020 at 9:32 pm – The President can continue to say that Obama and Biden were leading the illegal investigation of his campaign. The crooked media will respond by saying “no, your own Attorney General says they did nothing illegal”. Trump will respond with yeah, but Barr did say what they did was unethical. This type of argument keeps the crooked MSM talking about the incident. The crooked MSM need to praise Barr, but by doing so they (the crooked MSM) have to acknowledge the second part of Barr’s analysis. They cannot have it both ways. I know it is not much, but it is all we got!

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        • Ninja7 says:

          Craig, With many people stuck watching MSM (aka Lame Stream Media), the narrative changes slowly. With the lockdown, some might get a Eureka moment (Not going to hold my breath, However Hope Springs Enternal). Everyone being red pilled helps.

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      • bjorn says:

        Its signalling to those involved.

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      All he had to say was based on Adm. Rodgers findings and his audit of the NSA database coupled with Judge Collyer’s report and findings, I am opening an investigation into NSA Spying Abuse on Americans from the years 2012-2016.

      Crimes are crimes right? One system of justice, right?

      So take the Rodgers and Collyer blatant evidence and then who says this but in the end won’t back it up and even investigate NSA Spying Abuse on Americans?

      “Well, as I said in my confirmation hearing, one of the reasons I came back is because I was concerned that people were feeling there were two standards of justice in this country. And that the political and that the justice, or the law enforcement process was being used to play political games. And I wanted to make sure that we restore confidence in the system. There’s only one standard of justice.

      Well, I think they are bigger because I hope that it sends the message that there is one standard of justice in this country. And that’s the way it will be. IT DOESN’T MATTER WHAT POLITICAL PARTY YOUR’RE IN OR YOU KNOW, WHETHER YOUR’RE RICH OR POOR. WE WILL FOLLOW THE SAME STANDARD FOR EVERYBODY”. (Caps Mine)

      I call BS on Barr.

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      • Rj says:

        There is no and justice for all and never has been and indivisible is another joke.

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      • Joebkonobi says:

        I agree. If Obama was aware and in the loop he is complicit in a conspiracy. Mines talks about folks referenced to DOJ as part of the conspiracy but if Obama knew and did not shut it down, he is part of the conspiracy.

        Why would Barr rule out POTUS an VPOTUS prior to the conclusion of the investigation? Politics! IMO, Barr is also minimizing the investigation because he wants FISA to be renewed.

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      • Burnt Toast says:

        >>>All he had to say was based on Adm. Rodgers findings and his audit of the NSA database coupled with Judge Collyer’s report and findings, I am opening an investigation into NSA Spying Abuse on Americans from the years 2012-2016.

        THAT has always been the side door to getting to the bottom, if there is a will.
        Even recused Sessions could have done that because NOBODY is going to step up and say it is related to Russia.

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        • kleen says:

          Perhaps is just so it doesn’t involve a political candidate close to election?
          What happens if Biden chooses Lisa Page as VP? Or Loretta Lynch? Rice?

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    • Who gives a sh’t about uproar? They go nuts about Trump eating two ice cream!

      Why is it that we need to hold back, the other side doesn’t. As I write this they plan to do yet another impeachment.

      https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/05/house-democrats-say-trump-russia-obstruction-investigation-ongoing-result-new-articles-impeachment/

      I am sick and tired to be always on defense. President Trump did nothing wrong. President Obama an VP Biden did a lot of things wrong, and Biden is on tape admitting to Quid Pro Quo in getting the Ukranian prosecutor fired.

      We don’t fight the war with the left by letting them take the offense all the time.

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      • WSB says:

        Then Barr needs to be removed. Simple. Look at the difference between Coats and Grennell.

        Same thing could happen at DOJ.

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        • JCM800 says:

          Concur WSB!

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        • 100%. That is what needs to happen. Let’s give PT AND the Republican Senate a landslide win and then have PT put in Sidney Powell as AG.

          THAT will make things happen.

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        • Issy says:

          WSB – Barr is a fixer, and we knew that when he was appointed. He has done some good things, ended the Mueller Russia Collusion witch hunt and supported the President’s positions on various matters.

          He is not going to implode the doj by revealing all their dirty deeds or prosecute a former president and a presidential candidate. We know it was a conspiracy and so does Barr, but proving it and tearing the country asunder further is a bridge too far for him.

          We need to focus on one goal, electing Trump and holding the senate. Taking the house would be great, but I digress, without Trump and the senate, none I repeat none of this matters. We have six months, we can’t be distracted or all is lost.

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        • Issy says:

          WSB – Barr has done some good things too. Let’s not forget he came in with a department full of resisters and a vindictive Weissmann led witch hunt threatening to continue for years. The President was especially vulnerable. He ended that quickly with the report exonerating Trump. He has supported and defended many of Trump’s initiatives. He has vanquished many of the worst players in the coup.

          Am I defending Barr?… Maybe Am I happy he is not pursuing the justice we all want?.. NO However, we all want a doj that is run smoothly and does the job it’s supposed to do instead of taking part in coups. I think Barr is trying to do that.

          I realize now Sessions could have never done this even if he hadn’t recused himself. He is a weak man and Barr is strong and light years ahead in intellect. I really don’t know of anyone, who could have gotten confirmed, and stepped into the mess he did and do much better.

          First and foremost he took the job to FIX the institution. That he has helped Trump is a bonus. Maybe we will see some get their justice, maybe we won’t, but keep in mind how much better things are now.

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      • FrankieZee says:

        That is the Republican way: Roll over and die.

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        • plato_spaghetti says:

          Yup. I don’t understand Trump’s thinking. It’s getting harder and harder to defend his choices. He was our Hail Mary pass to save the republic, and he’s just standing there waiting for the tackle. Why not make Joe DeGenova or Mark Levin acting AG? We’d have indictments in 3 weeks. I just don’t understand why he won’t put people in who will fight.

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          • Issy says:

            plato – It’s called the confirmation process. You can’t just bring someone from outside the government, who hasn’t been confirmed for any position to be acting. Grenell was confirmed to the position of Amb. to Germany.

            While both diGenova and Levin have served in government before, it was a long time ago. I admire Mark Levine tremendously, but he like anyone in the position would have to find a statute violation and the proof to sustain a case. The same for diGenova.

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            • plato_spaghetti says:

              Recess appointments. By the time the slimes reconvene to undermine him, half of them would be in handcuffs. Or find some other way around confirmation, a mole perhaps, or some other way to fight dirty. There’s simply no hope if we leave it to the criminals to confirm the cops who will indict them. As far as finding statutes, it would be easier to name one they didn’t violate.

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              • Issy says:

                The senate won’t recess just to prevent recess appointments. To the best of my knowledge, there is no other way to get around the process. It is a challenge, but Trump trumped them into confirming Ratcliffe, if the rumor is true. Apparently Grenell is making them very nervous.

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        • Well, I am a Trump Republican

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      • whoseyore says:

        Presidential harassment!!
        He deserves four years to make up for the first four that the Democrats TRIED to prevent him from his presidential duties. Then he can run for four more after that! It doesn’t matter that the first four were reflective of being the best president this country had ever seen. Amazing that this man was fighting an internal war at the same time he was making America great again. Can you imagine what he might have accomplished without the harassment? …So could they! That is why it was non-stop!

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      • bentley1blog says:

        Trump…BOOM!

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    • 4sure says:

      If you think he is so afraid of what might happen just by saying it, do you think he would ever charge them or even open an investigation?

      Makes absolutely no sense that he would be afraid of even saying it but would then do it.

      Why did he even address it?

      Because IMO, it was a signal to the coup plotters that they have nothing to worry about. If all those coup plotters were arrested and prosecuted, I do not think every single one of them would take the fall for Obama and Biden. And Bagpipes knows that. He also knows his best Buds Rosenstein and Mueller and Comey are also guilty as hell. That’s why no one will be charged. A good defense lawyer would call everyone of them, including Obama/Biden as witnesses. Barr “aint” going there.

      The best we will get from Durham is a report saying all these people abused their authority but did not violate any criminal law. Violations of departmental
      Policies and procedures.

      The cowardly IG report already told us that. We have already seen this show.

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    • ezgoer says:

      AG Barr did need to say ANYTHING. He piped up because Obama is sweating and wanted some assurance he has nothing to worry about.

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    • starfcker says:

      You don’t have to say anything publicly. Just start indicting the bad guys. Start at the bottom. Combetta. Clinesmith. Watkins. That’s how most prosecutors work.

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    • gary says:

      jim comey told trump he wasn’t under investigation. 🙂

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      • Little Berkeley Conservative says:

        👏 👏 👏

        I think POTUS is playing a little good guy— bad guy routine with AG Barr. At least I hope so!

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      • Issy says:

        gary – That was wrong, Comey should not have lied to his boss, illegal, probably not. I know what you mean though, but I doubt Barr would lie about it. I do not think the ex-President and his VP are being investigated.

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    • jumpinjarhead says:

      It will not happen. Our “justice system” for the leftist political elite is totally broken.

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      • Bob, Esq. says:

        Check my math jumpinjarhead

        Tyranny is the Most Grievous Form of Treason Possible against the United States

        While the law of treason against the United States derives from English statutory law dating back to 1351, the founders narrowly defined the offense within the Constitution to prevent its use as an instrument of political faction. Despite the constitution’s specific definition, the unique founding of the United States necessitates a form of treason having no true parallel within English jurisprudence—tyranny.

        The following excerpt from Treason and the Trial of William Joyce, by S. C. Biggs, 1947, provides an excellent summary of the underlying principles of treason—incidentally revealing the key distinction between the English and American varieties of the offense.

        The term ”treason” is derived from the French trahir and the Latin tradere meaning “to betray.” ln the broadest statement of the crime, a person commits treason who betrays the organized society in which he lives. He can be found out in time of peace as well as war. His crime is the gravest known to the law. Although he may not have taken or even threatened a life, upon conviction he will, by way of punishment, lose his own. …

        The law of treason is based upon a breach of a duty of allegiance. No social order can properly continue unless the state requires as a matter of law, at all times, from each of its members a loyalty to its fundamental institutions. This loyalty is called a duty of allegiance, and in a breach of that duty the law recognizes the serious social threat by providing that any person who dares so to act must answer to the capital charge of treason. …

        How exactly does one’s duty of allegiance arise? In Mill’s view society is not founded on contract and no good purpose would be served in inventing a contract in order to deduce a duty of allegiance from it. True, there is clearly no express social contract; on the other hand, reciprocal duties or obligations do exist of which it may be said one implies the other. The basis of one’s duty of allegiance is that everyone who receives the protection of an organized society owes a return or debt for the benefits received, and this debt is only discharged by observance of allegiance or loyalty to those institutions which give him his protection. This idea of a quid pro quo was the historical approach to the problem. According to Blackstone, the English law from earliest times was that so long as a prince affords protection to his subjects, so long each subject owes a debt of allegiance to the prince. Although this early idea of protection had a feudal colouring, the fundamental meaning has not changed today. It means the protection of the laws of the land. … [This] protection and duty of allegiance appear as co-relative things, as reciprocal things. In the words of one of our great judges of the past, “protection draws allegiance, just as allegiance draws protection.” Accordingly, in the British Empire, those who are placed or place themselves under the protection of the crown owe the crown a duty of allegiance as long as that protection continues.[1]
        [1] Treason and the Trial of William Joyce, By: S. C. Biggs, University of Toronto Law Journal, Vol. 7, No. 1 (1947), pp. 162-195

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      • Bob, Esq. says:

        The narrowly worded treason clause within ARTICLE III, Section 3 of the United States Constitution provides:

        “Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort. No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court.”

        Tyranny against the United States is neither the “levying of war against them” nor a mere overt act to overthrow its government. Tyranny is the complete vanquishment of the United States through the contradiction of its defining principle. As the contradictory of legitimate sovereign power, tyranny constitutes the death of the United States. The closest parallel to American tyranny in English law would be the completed act of regicide sans line of succession—“the destruction of the legitimacy of the state as a whole.”

        Per the two witness requirement, which can also be satisfied by the traitor’s open court confession, tyranny is the overt vanquishment of the United States coram nobis (“before us” or “in our presence”); necessarily witnessed (without error) by all its victims—the people.

        Per the intent element, there’s no such thing as “tyranny with good intentions.” All officers entrusted with the powers of the United States are bound by oath of loyalty as the condition precedent to wielding that power. Tyranny, being “the exercise of power, beyond right, which no one has a right to,” necessitates the intentional betrayal of one’s oath to exercise power that was never within their purview.

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        • jumpinjarhead says:

          Good informative post!

          Again, however, as a practical and legal matter, any prosecution would use the specific offense specified in the US Code, that is of course derived from the Constitution as you point out.

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        • Issy says:

          Bob, Esq. – It sounds as if there are a few democrat governors who are guilty of Tyranny. I won’t hold my breath for the trials.

          Something that has never been made clear to me is just what powers are given to governors under an emergency declaration. They are saying the restrictions they impose are for the public good and others say it is a violation of constitutional rights. This seems to be a somewhat gray area. Any Thoughts?

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          • Bob, Esq. says:

            Sorry for delay; putting thoughts together to reply to you had some unexpected benefits… clarifying them now. Will get back to you asap.

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      • Bob, Esq. says:

        A Civil Court cannot handle the type of offense these people have committed against this country. The only legal body remaining that’s capable of restoring justice is the Judge Advocates General of the U.S. Military.

        There’s not a single law or regulation in existence that could ever supersede the U.S. Military’s mission of defending this nation against all enemies, both foreign and domestic—especially tyranny. And yet, while disloyal bureaucrats prey on allegiant Americans with the very powers entrusted for their protection, our bashful Military sits idly by—bearing witness to a public execution of our highest ideals. As our nation drowns in tyranny, the treasonous bureaucrats who threw us into the water prevent the Military from carrying out its mission of saving us by pointing to regulations tantamount to a sign placed above the sole life buoy reading: “Please Do Not Remove, It May Save a Life.”

        The U.S. Military’s inaction in the face of bureaucratic tyranny and treason is as wrong as Mister Roberts was when he tossed the captain’s palm tree overboard. Allow me to explain by showing how I lost a childhood hero and found a whole new respect for Military chain of command.

        One night in September of 1997, I met up with a friend of mine from childhood, Chris James, at Skipper’s Pub in Northport. While drinking at the bar, Chris’s father, Russel, joined us after having just finished dinner. Though I’d known Chris since childhood, it was the first time I’d ever met or spoken with his father. He was wearing a shirt that read “Godspeed” across the front and I asked him what it meant. After telling me it was the name of his boat, something he said made me think of the film Mister Roberts. The ensuing conversation went something like this:

        At the bar inside Skipper’s Pub in Northport, 1997

        BOB STONE: Most people, especially my age, haven’t even heard of my favorite movie.

        RUSSEL JAMES: What?

        BOB: Mister Roberts. ….

        You know the rest of the story.

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        • jumpinjarhead says:

          I again refer you to the relevant statutes. All this assumes of course any of this is relevant in the future as the nation seems in many respects to be careening toward disaster. As things are, there is “simply” (it is actually extremely important and goes to the very heart of our Constitutional system and “rule of law”) NO legal authority for using military tribunals for adjudicating cases of American citizens in the US, especially while civilian courts are open and operating.

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          • Bob, Esq. says:

            “Fascism will come,” Huey Long once said, “in the name of anti-fascism”—ANTIFA—it will come with the mass media and Big Tech manipulating a clever concentration camp of the mind. The super state will provide you tranquility above the truth, the super state will make you believe you are living in the best of all possible worlds, and in order to do so will rewrite history as it sees fit. George Orwell’s Ministry of Truth warned us, “Who controls the past, controls the future.” Or, as Oliver Stone aptly put it: “Winner takes all: never underestimate the power of corruption to change history.”

            Thus, whenever the people demand transparency and accountability for these tyrannies, the answer from on high is always: refuse, redact and classify because of “national security.” What kind of “national security” do we have when unelected bureaucrats within an inferior department of a single branch of government exercise more power than held by the entire government itself? What “national security” permits the removal of fundamental power from the hands of the American people and validates the ascendancy of invisible government in the United States? That kind of “national security” is when it smells like it, feels like it, and looks like it, you call it what it is – TYRANNY.

            “Ascendancy of the secret police over the military apparatus is the hallmark of many tyrannies, and not only the totalitarian; however, in the case of totalitarian government the preponderance of the police not merely answers the need for suppressing the population at home but fits the ideological claim to global rule. For it is evident that those who regard the whole earth as their future territory will stress the organ of domestic violence and will rule conquered territory with police methods and personnel rather than with the army. Thus, the Nazis used their SS troops, essentially a police force, for the rule and even the conquest of foreign territories, with the ultimate aim of an amalgamation of the army and the police under the leadership of the SS.” Hannah Arendt, “The Origins of Totalitarianism,” preface to part III, xxxvi

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

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          • Bob, Esq. says:

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

            Who watches the watchmen?

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

            One of the most ancient and fundamental principles in all of law is expressed by the Latin maxim: Nemo iudex in causa sua; meaning “No one may be the judge in his own cause.” While there’s no bullpen to call to for relief from tyrannical law enforcement, a providential train of circumstances has left our bench-reserve players virtually quarantined from the corruption.

            The honor, integrity, courage, commitment, and loyalty of the U.S. Military—whose fidelity to this nation predates the constitution by nine years and whom we trust every second of every day to protect us from nuclear extinction—is all that remains standing between a perfidious deep state and its establishment of an absolute tyranny over the American people.

            There’s not a single law or regulation in existence that could ever supersede the U.S. Military’s mission of defending this nation against all enemies, both foreign and domestic—especially tyranny. And yet, while disloyal bureaucrats prey on allegiant Americans with the very powers entrusted for their protection, our bashful Military sits idly by—bearing witness to a public execution of our highest ideals. As our nation drowns in tyranny, the treasonous bureaucrats who threw us into the water prevent the Military from carrying out its mission of saving us by pointing to regulations tantamount to a sign placed above the sole life buoy reading: “Please Do Not Remove, It May Save a Life.”

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            • jumpinjarhead says:

              Sadly, I think you need to fast forward to the realpolitik of today before placing such faith in the “military” to be the last bastion of incorruptibility in our government.

              As it has demonstrated in its continued (especially after the 2016 election) eager and “woke” implementation of Hussein Obama’s disastrous immoral social re-engineering of the captive military (whose rank and file, especially Christians, cannot object without dire consequences), the military has been thoroughly compromised by the progressivist enemies of the Republic.

              Hussein Obama conducted a very successful purge of senior military leaders , forcing those who were even lukewarm to His immoral and in many aspects quite dangerous social changes or who were otherwise strict Constitutionalists to retire. As a consequence, those now in the most senior positions (and as a result their respective “judge advocates general”) are thoroughly suspect in their political and patriotic views.

              Sadly, as some surveys suggest, the upper ranks of our military are riddled with progressivists and anti-Trumpers. This is not a great surprise in that in addition to the Great Purge, all senior officers are thoroughly indoctrinated in globalist thought due to their having been required to attend the several “war colleges” of the services to get promoted.

              Just like (and perhaps even more so in a perverted effort to be truly “academic”) their civilian counterparts their faculties and curricula reek of globalism and atheism. As a consequence their graduates, all destined for advancement, are proselytes of the NWO, as well as the usual other progressivist agendas such as “climate change,” an “unexceptional” America, all the immoral and atheistic “cultural” issues of “normalizing” all manner of sexual perversions, ignoring or distorting both commonsensical and empirical data demonstrating beyond cavil the biological and other differences between males and females that are immutable in the sense of their critical impact on performing the primary duty of the military—to actually close with and defeat by close violent combat the enemy.

              In sum, frankly in the current superheated partisan political condition of America, the last institution I would consider as the “firewall” to protect and preserve our Republic would be our military.

              That is another reason I just cannot agree with much of the “Q-anon” phenomenon or others who naively allude to our “military” simply “going over” to an “uprising” of “patriots.” My sense of that is that could well be THE fatal error in such thinking.

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              • Issy says:

                jumpinjarhead – I agree, the military is suspect nowadays for the very reasons you have given. One Ray Maybus almost single-handedly ruined the Navy. I hope they now have better leadership.

                Then there is Vindman, didn’t they send him off to the war college? There are just too many incidences in recent years to overlook what has happened to the military.

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              • Bob, Esq. says:

                It is extremely difficult to see how this can be viewed as anything other than a direct psychological attack on the UK population.

                In light of clear signs of increasing mental illness, resulting in suicide and failure to seek timely medical help, it is also difficult to see how this attack can be anything other than criminal.

                https://21stcenturywire.com/2020/05/20/covid-lockdown-coercion-boris-johnsons-psychological-attack-on-the-uk-public/

                Like I said.

                Treason.

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                • jumpinjarhead says:

                  Indeed, the globalist progressivists everywhere use much the same playbook. It has ever been thus—-Hitler, Stalin, Mao, Castro. Take maximum advantage of any natural or man-caused(including false flag ops) “crisis.”

                  The citizens in the middle of the bell curves (political, educational etc.) are most prone to both being distracted/alarmed/panicked by the actual issues involved in the “crisis” and more amenable to the State (all levels of government) adopting draconian measures, even if “illegal”. (Violative of constitutions or other laws created in normal times) using the “crisis” as a justification (“trying times demand drastic measures,” “for the safety of society” etc.).

                  In this way they can accelerate the progression of gradual “nudging” of the citizenry in whatever direction ideologically, politically, socially, morally or spiritually that the elites in the State government want the citizenry to go to achieve whatever end state is desired by these elites. Usually this is to increase the scope of the power held by these elites and/or their privileges they enjoy above and beyond any held by the common people to be ruled.

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              • Bob, Esq. says:

                “Usually this is to increase the scope of the power held by these elites and/or their privileges they enjoy above and beyond any held by the common people to be ruled.”

                “The traitor’s offence is that he conspires against the liberty of his fellow countrymen
                to choose their way of life.”

                –Rebecca West, “The New Meaning of Treason,”

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            • Issy says:

              Bo, Esq. – Your eloquence is admired. I bet you can give grand summations to a jury.

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      • Bob, Esq. says:

        Sorry, two posts are awaiting moderation.

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      • Bob, Esq. says:

        “Check my math” post = 1/ x

        Posting in smaller bites; don’t know what X = yet.


        2/x

        The Fiduciary Relationship

        Unlike the ancestral homeland of our mother tongue, the United States was not founded upon mere historical happenstance within a shared geography. No American ever wielded supreme executive power because some watery tart threw a sword at him. Rather, the United States was deliberately founded upon express principle as set forth within its social compact severing all ties with the English Crown. The Declaration of Independenceis “a legal instrument, a juristic act of ultimate solemnity, effecting the most fundamental constitutional change, a change in the very source and foundation of law. … It is our one legal document on which all else rests.”[1] It forms a Real Covenant against Tyranny as the condition precedent for the existence and exercise of sovereign power.

        Accordingly, what truly sets the United States apart from centuries of English treason jurisprudence is the fiduciary relationship between citizen and government created by the American social compact.

        Having replaced the English Crown with a constitutional republic, Americans confer alienable rights to the sovereign as specifically enumerated powers, while assuming a duty of allegiance, in exchange for protection under rule of law. This necessitates the existence of a fiduciary relationship between Americans entrusted with the powers of protection and the remainder of citizens dependent upon the loyalty of their protectors.

        [1] Charles L. Black, One Nation Indivisible, 65 S.J. Law Rev. 27 (1991)

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        • jumpinjarhead says:

          “No American ever wielded supreme executive power because some watery tart threw a sword at him.”

          A quite excellent quip!

          And for those unfamiliar with the meaning and import of “fiduciary” relationships in our jurisprudence, I would emphasize they are regarded as those having the highest duty of care and loyalty under the law.

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      • Bob, Esq. says:

        3/x

        Whenever power is entrusted to a person or group for the purpose of performing a function, creating a risk that it will be misused against those entrusting the power, we say that a fiduciary relationship exists between those parties.

        A fiduciary relationship exists where “there has been a special confidence reposed in one who in equity and good conscience is bound to act in good faith and with due regard to the interests of the one reposing confidence . . . , [and] ‘it extends to any possible case in which a fiduciary relationship exists in fact, and in which there is confidence reposed on one side, and resulting domination and influence on the other.’” Abbitt v. Gregory, 160 S.E. 896, 906 (N.C. 1931)

        The primary duty of any fiduciary is the duty of undivided loyalty to those who entrusted the power. Under our social compact, government officials fulfill their duty of undivided loyalty to the nation through their undivided loyalty to the rule of law. The principle is identical to a trustee’s duty of undivided loyalty to the beneficiary of a trust:

        “A [government official] must exclude all self-interest, as well as all consideration of the welfare of third persons. He is prohibited from placing himself, or allowing himself to be placed in a position where interests of his own or of others conflict or may possibly conflict with the interest of [the law]. He cannot have an interest that is against his duty. He must eliminate all adverse interests so he can render a disinterested judgment in [enforcing the law].” (Basic Principles Underlying Duty of Loyalty, Earl R. Hoover, 5 Clev. Mar. L. Rev. 7 (1956))

        Thus:

        “Whenever power is put into some hands for the government of the people, and is then diverted from that purpose and used to subdue the people to the arbitrary commands of those that have the power, then that immediately becomes tyranny, whether the power-holders are one or many.”( Locke, Second Treatise of Government, §201)

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      • Bob, Esq. says:

        4/x

        When fiduciaries use the power, trust, and presumption of good faith inherent in their sovereign office to betray the people reposing confidence in their dominant position over them, it constitutes tyranny in perfidy form.

        Perfidy derives from Latin perfidia “faithlessness, falsehood, treachery,” and from the phrase per fidem decipere “to deceive through trustingness.” The ease by which the concept of tyranny fits within the Geneva Convention definition of perfidy illustrates how tyranny against the United States is ultimately “deception through trustingness.”

        “The central element of the definition of [tyranny] is the deliberate claim to legal [legitimacy by virtue of an entrusted position of power] for hostile purposes. The enemy attacks under cover of the protection accorded by [the position of entrusted power] of which he has usurped the signs. It is by inviting the [people’s] confidence [in the trusted office] with the intention to betray [the oath of loyalty], that renders [tyranny] a particularly serious [offense], as compared with other violations of [law and trust]…. [Tyranny] destroys the faith that the [citizens] are entitled to have in [their government]… and damages the dignity of [members of every service employed in the betrayal].”(Commentary on the Additional Protocols of the Geneva Convention 435)

        Tyranny against the United States is a trifecta of betrayal. First, since tyranny is our defining enemy, it constitutes treason to country necessarily.

        Second, tyranny is a treacherous attack against the citizens directly. Whereas more generic forms of treason weaken the power of government to protect its citizens from violence, fraud and other dangers, tyranny cuts out the middle man entirely by diverting power of government away from the protection of the people to committing offense directly against them under color of law.

        Finally, if you have a scintilla of respect for the Declaration of Independence, tyranny is necessarily treason to Benefactor as well. Thus, tyranny is “treason of the blackest dye”—far more treacherous than Benedict Arnold’s attempt to hand over West Point, and General Washington, to the British.

        Since tyranny begins where the law ends, a sophist might argue that the criminal law of treason against the United States logically precludes tyranny because it exists outside law. However, because this nation’s existence is predicated upon contradicting tyranny, one could almost say that the concept of ‘tyranny’ is contained within the concept of “treason against the United States” analytically.

        Accordingly, James Madison would never have deemed tyranny a “new-fangled and artificial” [1] treason.

        “As treason may be committed against the United States, the authority of the United States ought to be enabled to punish it. But as new-fangled and artificial treasons, have been the great engines, by which violent factions, the natural offspring of free Governments, have usually wrecked their alternate malignity on each other, the Convention have with great judgment opposed a barrier to this peculiar danger, by inserting a constitutional definition of the crime, fixing the proof necessary for conviction of it, and restraining the congress, even in punishing it, from extending the consequences of guilt beyond the person of its author.” James Madison, Federalist, No. 43

        Rather, because tyranny constitutes the absolute and total subversion of every founding principle of this nation, Madison, like all the founders, would have deemed tyranny the most grievous form of treason necessarily.

        [1] “As treason may be committed against the United States, the authority of the United States ought to be enabled to punish it. But as new-fangled and artificial treasons, have been the great engines, by which violent factions, the natural offspring of free Governments, have usually wrecked their alternate malignity on each other, the Convention have with great judgment opposed a barrier to this peculiar danger, by inserting a constitutional definition of the crime, fixing the proof necessary for conviction of it, and restraining the congress, even in punishing it, from extending the consequences of guilt beyond the person of its author.” James Madison, Federalist, No. 43

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        • Bob, Esq. says:

          Sorry about the double, it said waiting moderation again and I thought it would be deleted

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        • jumpinjarhead says:

          I am appreciating your posts as providing excellent background and context that too few Americans know, much less understand.

          Of course, as you know, these things—tyranny, treason, perfidy etc. were very real to our Founders as they had seen all of these things actually at work in their own experience.

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    • Charles L Clark says:

      It’s all about who he did not name. HRC ?

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    • jaggggg says:

      Agreed. Lets assume they have a path to Obama (Biden is useless, he’s declining so fast and has virtually unlimited proof that he is non compos mentis). The LAST thing you’d want to do is to create an uproar BEFORE you had Obama completely lined up. That would serve no end and, likely, IMPROVE Obama’s only defense that this is a “witchhunt”.

      I’m optimistic that both Barr and Durham see this as an opportunity of HISTORIC proportions. If they get it right they will have unveiled the greatest political corruption and crimes in history. Not a bad topper to one’s career, no? Barr’s at the end of his, pretty good, career. What does he have to gain by NOT giving this a solid effort? Durham’s history is of a relentless, detailed and dedicated prosecutor. He will be THE most famous prosecutor in history if he gets a case that goes up a chain to Obama. I’m sorry, but you cannot beat that as a prosecutor. Be patient.

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  9. 335blues says:

    President Trump, this comment is directed to you:
    AG Barr isn’t going to hold anybody of consequence accountable.
    Lyndsey Graham’s “hearings” are a joke.
    YOU MUST DECLASSIFY EVERYTHING NOW, OR THEY WILL ALL GO FREE.

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      And I would add, come 2025 there is a high probability they will make up some BS to lock you and some of your family up. This is their obsession!

      IMO PT has 6 months to act before they steal the election because millions of Americans will never know or see the truth.

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      • Dwayne Diesel says:

        Or still be on lock down.

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      • Craig says:

        Reply to Bogeyfree May 18, 2020 at 9:41 pm – I agree that if Trump loses the election the Democrats will come after Trump and his family. The President needs to realize that there are dire consequences to his allowing not one of the Deepstate actors to face legal action. By allowing, I mean not forcing Barr to at least prosecute one of the attempted coup actors.

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        • MustangBlues says:

          Craig: Good Precaution. My bet is President Trump knows the game, the lay of the land, the criminal cabal’s intentions, methods and secrets, and is fetching them in to a trap of their own making. Let the rabbit take the bait, the mouse the cheese.

          MAGA! President Trump has got this.

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  10. 4sure says:

    Bucket 5. The corrupt federal judges. Barr should be raising reigning hell fire down on that pos Racist Sullivan.

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    • Issy says:

      If the judiciary weren’t corrupt, they would tell him to desist. Barr really has no control over a separate branch of government, but I think there are still some moves he could make.

      Someone posted the famous quote by Andrew Jackson on another thread. Paraphrase, the judge has ruled, now let’s see him enforce it.

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  11. Jeffrey Coley says:

    All the activities after Jan 20, 2017 constitute a seditious conspiracy to overthrow the government of the United States, and IMO all those involved should be facing the death penalty. Just my 2 cents.

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  12. AlgorythemQ says:

    “Worth remembering.
    Think Chess.
    Do you attack the KING in the beginning or middle-to-end?
    QUEEN protects KING?”

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “Do you attack the KING in the beginning or middle-to-end?
      QUEEN protects KING?”

      Former Rep. Trey Goudy (R-SC) said on Martha McCallum’s FNC show (threw it into the interview in an offhand way) that “IF the Clinton Foundation were ever FULLY investigated, about half of Washington would be going to jail. And not just Democrats. I don’t know if it was summer two or three years ago, now.

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      • Tl Howard says:

        Exactly. The Clintons and their capos operated the Foundation the way mafia dons operate–even on the smallest street level, no business owner, no matter how small, escaped paying the wise guys who were collecting for their bosses. Refuse “protection” and the thugs showed you quickly that by gawd, you needed protection!

        Everyone winds up a part of the criminal structure…and everybody had better keep their mouths shut or else.

        There’s a lot of “or else” in DC and not just because they need protection from the CF. Think of all the other rackets.

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      • Friskycat says:

        Good, jail them all!

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    • starfcker says:

      Dude, I’d be happy if they swept up some pawns.

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  13. carthoris says:

    Nunes wants truth and justice. Barr wants little if any truth and little if any justice. The fact that someone like Barr is AG and someone like Nunes is not speaks volumes about the state of the nation. Hopefully, in a second term President Trump will be able to bring in the strong and righteous and wash out the weak and near useless.

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  14. JackB says:

    “The bottom line is we need full transparency and a complete declassification of the underlying documents that were redacted and hidden to protect the prior behavior.”

    This is a question that should be asked President Trump as he is the ultimate classification authority.

    When Devin Nunes implored him to declassify he listened to his nominee Rosenstein instead. Then he passed the buck to Barr.

    Why hasn’t President Trump taken responsibility for transparency when he has complete authority?

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  15. TigerBear says:

    Basically……We’ve LOST our CONSTITUTIONAL REPUBLIC!

    Now…..we’re a BANANA REPUBLIC where laws only apply if/when it’s anyone other than a demonicRat!

    And to think……Nixon had to resign for far less than O and Biden did…..but Barr just gave them a pass! 😡

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  16. RJ says:

    Major Hasan and Bo Bergdahl must be smiling, Hillary is raising another glass for a toast while Obama re-reads Das Capital. Meanwhile Barr’s people are still working on the death of Epstein.
    Comey and Mueller are having dinner at their country club, Rod is banking his new, larger pay checks, while Lisa sends cryptic messages to Peter S.

    All is well in DC, Colin Powell is having a dinner party for select guests, Judge Sullivan is on that list…of course!

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    • lumoc1 says:

      “Meanwhile Barr’s people are still working on the death of Epstein.”
      Hahahah They fooled you if you think that, they are actually working secretly on the Las Vegas shooting. /S 😉😉

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    • Ninja7 says:

      RJ, Since most of the country is in lockdown, don’t think that Country Clubs are considered essential enterprises. Limited gatherings, only near family, Just Saying, 🤔🤔

      Do agree with the overall sentiments🤗

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    • bentley1blog says:

      Bravo

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  17. Jimmy R says:

    I’m a little worried not only that Durham and Barr are less that just and less than courageous, but also that they haven’t figured out what Sundance, Bongino, Undercover Huber, Solomon, and the rest have. Did they really do the enormous amount of work that Sundance has done? Don’t they live in a bubble in which the center of gravity is the NYT and WAPO? I wouldn’t be surprised if after this is over and no one has been charged, Durham is found not to have understood the nuts and bolts of the coup.

    I’m impressed by the amount of work the real investigative journalists have done. Do bubble dwellers ever do that? Are they ever driven enough by the truth and justice to do that?

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  18. Mike says:

    Ratcliff looks like Gowdy 2.0, hope I’m wrong. All these lawyers pretend not to know things so they can lie. Treason is a crime, as is a conspiracy to break laws. So yes, Obama and Biden broke the law, and yes there is enough evidence already available for a conviction.

    But Barr is a no vote. “No reasonable prosecuter…” i.e. corrupt uniparty member will go after a Democrat. Only republicans are fair game.

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  19. Bogeyfree says:

    So your drafting a team of kick azz people that you would go to war with. And for this exercise assume all have same background and education.

    Who do you draft first?

    Barr or Grenell?

    Or

    Barr or Sidney?

    My bet is Barr comes up last every time and frankly that should tell PT something.

    I am so disappointed that Barr speaks about one system of justice but then by saying Obama and Biden are basically untouchable, SCREAMS there are really two systems of justice.

    What a crock of crap!

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  20. Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

    If Obama and/or Biden knew that other people were committing crimes and they did nothing to report it, is that on it’s own any sort of crime?

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      • RAC says:

        18 U.S. Code § 4. Misprision of felony
        Whoever, having knowledge of the actual commission of a felony cognizable by a court of the United States, conceals and does not as soon as possible make known the same to some judge or other person in civil or military authority under the United States, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years, or both.

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  21. Erik Heter says:

    I think it would be extremely difficult, if not impossible to get a jury of 12 to convict an ex-president, even if the evidence was overwhelming. And in Biden’s case, there is a legitimate question at this point as to whether he’s competent to stand trial.

    If they are not going to be indicted, name them as un-indicted co-conspirators. They can’t defend against that, and the evidence with support it. For someone as egotistical as Obama, that might be worse than jail.

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  22. If the six Bass Turds photographed at the end of SD’s commentary above end up in PRISON, I could be happy with that and take the losses on everyone else….well – maybe get the next dozen below them too.

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  23. CNN_sucks says:

    Thank you, Sundance. Those deep six I want to be charge and sent to prisons at a minimum.

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  24. TradeBait says:

    B2 doing the dirty for the uni-party it appears. He’s running out of time and the dawn approaches where all will be seen. Choices, B2, choices.

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  25. 123 456 says:

    I can add a little piece to the puzzle. WHO gave the FBI the tasking to spy on Flynn. The first redacted name in the Mccabe/Baker transcript on page 212. https://d3i6fh83elv35t.cloudfront.net/static/2020/05/am33.pdf If you look closely to the poorly redacted name it ends with f. (No doubt) The only surname that ends with f and that fits perfectly in the slot is A.D.A.M. S.C.H.I.F.F.

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  26. Cathy M. says:

    12+ State Attorneys General led by Ohio AG Dave Yost file amicus brief in support DOJ’s motion to dismiss without commentary, “because such punditry disrobes the judiciary of its cloak of impartiality.
    https://twitchy.com/brettt-3136/2020/05/18/catherine-herridge-more-than-a-dozen-state-attorneys-general-file-amicus-brief-in-support-of-justice-departments-move-to-drop-michael-flynn-case/

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    • Issy says:

      DeWalt – It’s always mystified me why named they named the fbi HQ The J Edgar Hoover building. It’s a monument to fraud & corruption. Was that a “wink, wink”?

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  27. History Teaches says:

    Citizen Trump was cynical enough to initiate a publicized private investigation into the birth records of Obama. Right at the height of his popularity. Obviously it took guts and a strong belief to go against the grain and dare question the would be messiah.

    And do you think the supreme egotist Obama ever got over his outrage at Trump? Or ever expected him to actually occupy the Presidency?

    That alone would be motivation enough to try and destroy such an enemy. Personal and political vindictiveness are part of Obama’s DNA. And once a ‘community organizer’ is it any surprise that he continued organizing in his Washington bunker with his same team?

    At the very, very least, every shred of deep state data needs to be declassified. Regardless of how the official channels deal with it, the public record must reveal the actual facts and details of this conspiracy. For posterity and the historical record before the truth is expunged and rewritten.

    As they say, history is written by the winners. And that”s why it’s critical for a second term. Eventually the radical leftist thought police in academia will distort facts with their fake narratives. But another term allows the details of this conspiracy to resonate and remain an active focus. Harder to sweep away.

    Declassify by the rules if possible, but break the rules and hang the consequences if not.

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    • Julian says:

      President Trump should declassify Obama’s birth records.

      I’m frankly surprised that after more than 3 years he hasn’t.

      If he wants to truly expose Obama as a fraud that is the way to do it.

      Could that be his ‘October’ surprise? Or at least September after the conventions?

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    • RAC says:

      “And do you think the supreme egotist Obama ever got over his outrage at Trump?”
      Must not forget whatever organization it was that set up the gig for obama and covered for him. They will have been have been desperate to avoid exposure and most likely still are.

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  28. gary says:

    trump had a different demeanor today in his press conference. i don’t think anybody wants to eff with this guy. i think game is on.

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  29. The American Patriot says:

    Folks don’t understand Furher O and BiteMe would be a separate investigation.

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  30. CA M says:

    Barr was very careful about what he said: he doesn’t have it TODAY. I think there is more coming.

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  31. juridicus2016 says:

    During the interview,q which I heard live, Nunes said that his committee made several criminal referrals that he would not discuss. But, he noted that neither Obama nor Biden were among the referrals.

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    • islandpalmtrees says:

      You get Comey, to crack in order to save his own ass, you get Obama and Biden. So is Barr planning on get one or more of them to crack.

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  32. Margaret Berger says:

    Mitch is the enemy.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Raptors2020 says:

      Margaret:
      I think the future of our republic circles that question.
      The Left has been our inept enemy since the 19th century.
      Our true destiny depends on cynical capitalists like Mitch.
      Could the likes of AOC ever be a true threat to anyone?
      Oligarchy is the proper name for what the Chinese have made.
      America is the land of the middle class, the common man.
      That choice, what side are you on, is the foundational question for everyone now.
      We know what side the Clintons, the Bidens are on.
      And McConnell?
      It really is that simple.

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  33. apcharles says:

    Here is the core of all of our problems: Washington D.C is 90% liberal democrat. And the GOP that resides there is almost assuredly GOP establishment.

    That’s an extremist radical area of the country. Yet since the Federal Government has total central power of all the states now, we are in the hands of extremist radicals.

    All 50 states are balanced, even when divided.

    Even in California, New York, Massachusetts and Illinois, you will find 40% of the population totally conservative.

    In Texas you will still find 40% liberal.

    We are conditioned to think of certain states as totally blue or red… but the reality is that all of them are evenly divided.

    But where all power resides… in Washington D.C. It’s only liberal Democrats.

    There are a couple hundred thousand in D.C. politics, filling every office and hall of every agency, every court, all judges, all media.

    That is why not a single agency – Not the FBI. Not the CIA. Not the IRS. Not the IG – will ever be anything but prosecutors of Republicans and defense for Democrats.

    It’s been that way every single year since the very first recording of how Washington D.C. voted in 1964. 85-14.

    Today it’s up to 90-10.

    Tomorrow it will be 95-100. And the day after it will be 99-1.

    It has never gone in reverse. Not even when Reagan won 49 states and 60% of the all votes cast. It was still 86-14 in for Mondale in D.C.

    So the question is… how to we break that core to pieces?

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  34. bessie2003 says:

    Our country is so fortunate to have Devin Nunes as a member of Congress at this time; he’s like a bulldog that just does not let go and like one of those dachshunds that isn’t afraid to dig deep into dark caves to find its prey regardless of how huge a predator it turns out to be. That’s one heck of a combination!

    Just because Barr didn’t say Obama and Biden are in the cross hairs doesn’t mean they don’t end up there. Every thing has its season.

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  35. GTOGUY says:

    So there was this terrorist who we let into the Country from Saudi Arabia back in 2015. He was being trained by us to fly F-18’s on a military base. Turns out, he was here for almost 5 years before he killed 3 American servicemen. So where was Comey and McCabe and all the intelligence agents? Oh, they were surveilling the Trump team…

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  36. Duster Knuckless says:

    Doesn’t matter, when the top tier of the ombamba administration goes to prison or Gitmo, ombamba walking free is s stick in the eye to all the brennan’s, clappers an comeys of the world. ombamba is too much of a coward to take responsibility and all his minions will feel the weight of that bus for the rest of their lives and beyond, since their names will go down in infamy. Hope it was worth it gang, protecting those lying, cheating, corrupt traitors, ombamba and hillary. They skate while you all become the new benadict arnolds of the modern era.

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  37. John says:

    The fact Barr even breached the topic of Biden and Obama being potentially investigated has been a third rail for 11 years. The one liberal weakness is they can’t admit they got beat. Sullivan going after Flynn is just going to amplify the need to shutdown a big part of the federal gov’t. I welcome the absurdity because that’s how they really think.

    By November, Biden is going to have issues with Burisma, Tara Reade, Hunter, Spying, and having dementia. As the data comes out NY is going to be exposed as a complete shit show on Covid-19, Cuomo may not last through the summer.

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  38. Eric C. says:

    What’s the over/under on Wray making through the week?

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      Great point. Notice the first 15 minutes of the presser was the FBI / Chris Wray rehabilitation time.

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      • WSB says:

        This whole roll-out was timed, IMHO. Barr and Wraybto stick a finger in President Trump’s eye.

        I believe they are tryng to frame Wray as actually doing something. Meanwhile the entire presser was a blantant cover for their mess up with the vetting on this terrorist in the first place.

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  39. StandAndFightSir says:

    The Donald is so enjoying turning over his aces in the hole one after another after another after another

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  40. Scarlet says:

    I so hope Sundance is making a bloody fortune off of this blog.

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  41. spmi says:

    NOW. NOW. NOW. NOW. NOW
    DO SOMETHING

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  42. mayflowerchild says:

    “based on information I have today”

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  43. mayflowerchild says:

    Is it me or was Nunes backing down a bit in this interview?

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  44. thedoc00 says:

    There is an unstated purpose for AG Barr’s latest bagpipe solo. He is horse trading: Flynn’s trial ends vs various Swamp Creatures attempting remove the President, going free. AG Barr was signalling his counter offer.

    Reminds me of the scene in the “Maltese Falcon”, where Sam Spade was negotiating with Kasper Gutman, for a designated fall guy. Interesting note to Comey et al, they ended up with Wilmer as the fall guy, whom Gutman said, “was like a son to me”.

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  45. Interesting perspective by Ryan Random in American Thinker 5/19/20 – …” it appears that A.G. Barr and Michael Horowitz are leaving nothing undiscovered and fully intend to proceed with criminal prosecutions. If those who did the crimes under Obama’s orders and direction have to hire hugely expensive attorneys, perhaps even sell their homes, as General Flynn had to do, they will be angry, very angry at Obama’s getting a pass. They will tell all on each other and on him.

    Obama will be helpless to stop it. He will not be able to deny anything in the courtroom, and more truth will come out than if he himself were on trial. He will have to watch his own destruction.”

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    • jaggggg says:

      Would YOU protect Obama? The guy is a narcissist. Its all about him. Plus, unlike the Clintons, he doesn’t have the history of being REALLY corrupt, MURDEROUSLY, corrupt.

      Obama has a few sycophants but the rest are just pawns to him (if that). I find it difficult to believe someone down the chain isn’t happier to deal than to go to prison for an Obama type.

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  46. digleigh says:

    Such b.s. Mr. Nunes……We know more than the Horowitz joke, the Mueller joke, and now the Barr/Durham/Huber joke knows….HAMR, Montgomery and treasury whistleblower, collusion of DNC/Soros/ with foreign intelligence/islamists, etc… against our own elected government!They cannot continue this coverup, and keep America from Civil War….We the People are unemployed, some hungry, many angry, many afraid, most fed up with government and anyone affiliated with government, and will not stand for this total BS!!! Barr thinks he is afraid of Barack and his brownshirts, and Soros brigades(100 entities) (antifa: Keith Ellison supported islamists) who btw….Pensacola murders were al quaida affiliated…. Just wait until he meets an America , armed to the teeth, with righteous anger at how they are continuing this coverup!! I am afraid, and the few small defiances against the SHUTDOWN IS only the beginning IMHO>….Our government should not be an elite, defiant, continuing crimes against its citizens putrid swamp…..It is supposed to be a Constitutional Republic, and we will once again make it so….one way or another….I am for the peaceful, justice, holding criminals accountable route…and not the explosive route our forefathers were PUSHED to!! The ball is in your court…notice to TRUMP, Don Jr., Barr, Durham, heads of all intel, our Senators, and 20 t0 30 pro-America house(MAKE PUBLIC ALL DOCUMENTS AND UNSEAL OBAMAS/INTELS/FLYNNS/CONVOS OF CONSPIRACY PERPETRATORS NOW( The left is fighting HARDER WITH MORE GONADS= NEW investigation of Pompeo/Saudi sales…fighting in court to get Trump documents to start ANOTHER IMPEACHMENT ( Are you kidding me??), Pelosi about to vote with only 22 votes??, CONSTANT ANTI-TRUMP/ANTI SHUTDOWN PROTESTS, ETC… all over the airwaves…..and to Paul Ryan, and Murdoch family(We will stop Fox on a dime if you do not quit trashing Trump (Vitter wimp),trashing hydroxychloroquine, and NEVER GIVE THE DANGERS OF VACCINES ( too much ad dollar money over truth???)etc………. I am praying imprecatory prayers for all to repent and for justice to come swiftly….We the people have waited patiently for over 12 years!!(I have been fighting globalism since 1991…..) This BS has got to stop and SOON…WAY BEFORE ELECTION ( as they are working night and day to mail in ballot, ballot harvest, absentee, same day voting to STEAL THIS NEXT ELECTION!!!) rant is over……

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    • digleigh says:

      We do not need a mealy mouth, whiny cracking voice, bagpipe playing wimp to say….well….at this time, we see no criminal activity of Obama and Biden….WTHeck??? Maybe because according to Solomon and others, Durham has NOT EVEN INTERVIEWED Comey, Brennan, Yates, McCabe, Szrok, Page……??? How do you know what the king was up to when not even talking to the principals?? Utter coverup…

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  47. digleigh says:

    Rant continues…. What happened to closing departments Trump?? I say Dept. of Ed, Dept. of Energy, and EPA just for starters….NSC needs to all be fired, and your people put in leaner and meaner…What happened to fiscal responsibility? Many of us have no checks anyway….Quit throwing money on this fire!! One third of small businesses will NOT reopen because of the Fauci fraud….(new study…) Stop the federal reserve ponzi schemes anyway….ONE GOOD THING about this shutdown, we the people can scratch in the earth, plant our own victory gardens, homeschool our own children,throw our harmful prescriptions out of the windows, buy guns, and will need government less and less…..Woe be unto those living in big cities….

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  48. cedars rebellion says:

    Why not appoint a Special Counsel to investigate Obama and Durham and have Trump appoint a fire breathing Deplorable — like Micheal Flynn?

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  49. JCM800 says:

    Use Interim Appointments to Maximum.
    Removes low profile Globalist Anti-Trump Resistance Holdovers quickly,
    Temporarily negates the Senates blocking effect. McConnel = Ryan. There is not time to wait on him.
    The appointee knows results are demanded in the short term.
    There are Excuses and then there are Results.

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