Former AAG Matt Whitaker Discusses Flynn Case and New FBI Internal Investigation…

Former Acting AG Matt Whitaker appears with Liz MacDonald to discuss the latest revelations in the Flynn case; the ongoing declassification of documents by DNI Ric Grenell; and the announcement of a new internal FBI investigation.  WATCH:

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137 Responses to Former AAG Matt Whitaker Discusses Flynn Case and New FBI Internal Investigation…

  1. jnr2d2 says:

    Sundance please fill in the [Redacted] in the EC. I think I have atleast partly.


  2. California Joe says:

    Why didn’t Whitaker tell Wray to have the FBI Inspection Division conduct an internal affairs investigation of the FBI role in the Flynn prosecution? Whitaker was Attorney General and that’s what the Inspection Division is for!

    Liked by 23 people

  3. lawton says:

    Shocked how most of the general public doesn’t even know that Obstruction nonsense was part of launching that special counsel. All this was just a coup attempt in reality. Hopefully the FBI is shown to have manipulated that info on the Flynn call.

    Liked by 10 people

    • marmocet says:

      Do you think that’s shocking? I know people who think of themselves as well informed (because they read the WaPo and the NYT and watch MSNBC) who still believe that there’s evidence that Trump colluded with Putin in some unspecified way during the 2016 election. They think the Mueller investigation did uncover evidence of collusion, just not enough of it to prove it definitively.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Moe Grimm says:

      The “general public” is in Fact generally ignorant, but I keep hearing the “American people are smart”. But some 35-50+% are profoundly misinformed. Many are plumb stewpidt more concerned with ludicrous teevee that’s rendered their skull contents to mush. But these morons can tell you in detail about the latest “Dancing with the Stars” and “Masked Celebrities.” episodes. How many of YOU subsidize your own and your children’s own demise watching the NFL and NBA before the Kung-Flu Yellow Flu was exported from communist china? Most of you can’t wait to see even more.

      Think the normies have as much as a clue what ‘s been stolen from them over the past 3+ decades? Worse still, that many of them could care less? Remember, this remains basically the same electorate who validated the ascendancy of the Muzloid not once, but TWICE despite Juan McCain and St. Mitt The Pious. Every day another step closer to the abyss. PDT God Bless him, is arguably the best most effective President in American history, but he’s one man in a sea of filth and serpents. For it all? Half this Country hates this good man with a steel spine and balls like none before him and likely none to come – IF we make it that far. We’ve been absolutely Blessed to have made it this long less another civil war. But the reckoning nears closer with every day and every outrage now coming hot and heavy.

      Liked by 9 people

      • jumpinjarhead says:

        Spot on—it is great to find another fellow traveler from Realville.

        Liked by 2 people

      • eagle931 says:

        Great comment. You’ve just expressed my own thoughts regarding the general ignorance out there. But, it’s not just ignorance; it is also apathy where nothing matters outside their own little world. I live in a town populated by people with professional careers so you’d think their education would give them some advantage in analyzing the politics of the day. Well, not so much. What I see instead is a general lack of analytical curiosity beyond the headlines, a deer-in-the-headlights look when I press some political points they never considered or find disagreeable, and a general dislike for Pres. Trump because he “tweets” or is not stylistically eloquent, even by those who I know will vote for him in November. And this in a town roughly aligned 55% Republican/45% Democrat, is “well” educated, has a higher than average income, have seen their 401k’s reach the stratosphere under this president and who see themselves well informed.

        Liked by 3 people

        • GB Bari says:

          It appears that those “professional” townsfolk have been effectively hypnotized and controlled by decades of watching and reading news, commentary, and opinion that all comes essentially from the same source, regardless of what network or newspapers / magazines they read.

          When they finally take the “red pill” they may begin to see outside of the “illusion of reality” that the international globalist NWO cabal has carefully constructed and refined over a few centuries. They then just might rightfully begin to question the fake news narratives being systematically repeated every hour of every day.


  4. Trygve says:

    L-Mac is so great. Right up there with K-Mac. Superstars

    Liked by 1 person

    • SS says:

      Love CTH, but L-Mac seems a little slow to the uptake. and she talks like a bot. Not sure that all of the space here is warranted. IMHO

      Liked by 4 people

      • Trygve says:

        It’s exactly her awkward non-MSM style that I adore. What she says, when she speaks, makes the Orcs scurry back into their caves. PDJT even gave her a shoutout the other day. She’s up there with L-Dob.

        Liked by 1 person

      • ann says:

        I don’t understand why no one mentions the obvious: fabricated tainted pretexts created through political opponents’ solicitation of “ Russians” and that Flynn speaking with Kislyak is NORMAL.

        Yet this was used as a pretext to disrupt the transition, block the transfer of power, foment violent mobs and shooters in our country and to try and destroy our foreign relations with Russia.

        What kind of a party, Judiciary and executive leaders are willing to do this to their own people A?

        And continue to carry on, knowing we know? A faction of tyrants

        Liked by 3 people

        • TrumpPatriot says:

          Recall that it began with”opposition research”.
          I find it troubling this is Accepted as normal. You can evade privacy, destroy innocent persons, and willfully mislead and lie…..and it is accepted as normal and required.
          Even the mafia had standards. Politics has none. How do you clean up a swamp when the slime is normal habitat.

          Liked by 1 person

          • ann says:

            Hi, Patriot,
            “ How do you clean up a swamp where slime is normalised?”

            Couple of thoughts
            Justice Dept’ Bureau primary mission is/was fight public sector corruption..

            obviously,has an advanced case of institutional mission creep. Lol. .

            Ditto for JD’s expansion.

            1. Documented Record of poor performance & operations outside their authority, this transnational network subverts containment & external oversight with merged task groups, floating SIS & SES. The structural chart does not reflect real time operations,

            Same applies to 3 branches as checks & balances. The reality is a fusion, a permeable pub/private familial/caste network.

            Bluntly: balance of power, checks on authority are overridden by state, and leaders norms, as you say. .
            no functioning firewalls, as demonstrated by fuzzy blurring of roles in interagency task groups, 5 eyes.
            Ex. SubContractors intell access: voters never approved,

            Goal is responsive administration of justice effective, timely, agile,

            Same with guarding intell capability from exploitation . Big failure of nat sec.

            Command post is too damn large & powerful.

            PA promoted intersectional ethos,
            Unrealistic! contradicts known patterns of Human and organisational behaviour.

            So this merge & cross sharing is aggravated by immense size, scope, political potency and complexity Mueller’s phrase “purview” is apt

            Quality Leadership is critical, angry reactions of territorial elite is secondary. Endure their tantrums. “We caught them” right? Lol.

            Czar, vigorous outsider, w cross department authority and 5 year limited brief that is Not renewalable by CONgress. Remove CONgress chokehold on appointment approval for 5 years.

            Decentralise, break up what is a monopolistic enterprise. Clarify area & limits of authority, etc. Hire outside the made man mob, sarc.
            Relocate and don’t hire incestous multimillionaire power couples Duh!

            Decouples senate screening of leaders

            Frees JUSTICE from insider club

            Patriot, you asked simple question, , I reply w essay. Hahaha. I’m passionate about this. 😄


  5. Heika says:

    WHO will pay for this? Who will pay or even just apologise for the Mueller indulgence?

    Liked by 2 people

  6. Yy4u says:

    The FBI has lost all credibility and respect. I heard a couple if weeks ago that the FBI haa arrested a serial killer and my first thought was I wondered if they had railroaded the serial killer. When the public takes the side of a serial killer, your agency is useless. THIS is Mueller’s and Comey’a legacy.

    Liked by 17 people

  7. Merle Marks says:

    I don’t like Whitaker…I feel like he’s the Saudi Arabia of people…in it for himself and would stab you in the back if it benefited him…I bet he doesn’t have a friend who really trusts him…knows it’s a spade but won’t call it a spade…

    Liked by 8 people

    • bessie2003 says:

      Some people become resume builders instead of active participants in history. That’s how I see Mr. Whitaker but that’s only because we have Grenade Grenell to compare Whitaker to.

      Liked by 13 people

      • mimbler says:

        Yes, Grenell really showed that things -can- be done in a short amount of time, no matter how much people have told us to be “patient”. Either things are getting done, or they aren’t.
        Never saw anything come of Whitaker’s time.

        Liked by 10 people

        • fragemall says:

          Grenell is a different sort, a genuine bad ass gay guy. Smart, too. He has no sacred cows or untouchable traditions that are off limits. Black and white – just business.

          Has there ever been a capitulation like the senate voting in Ratliffe… anything – just get rid if Grenell! Too much sunshine

          Liked by 5 people

      • T2020 says:

        Grenade Grenell 👍🏻 Nice!

        Liked by 3 people

    • Caius Lowell says:

      You summed up my feelings exactly — just don’t like the guy…

      Liked by 1 person

    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      I don’t like Whitaker…

      Did you read his book?
      Because there is literally NO reason he should have EVER been ACTING AG and Rod Rosenstein’s boss.
      The point of a Deputy AG is to step in when the ACTUAL AG no longer is able to the job or
      is fired or resigns….
      However, Pres Trump didn’t follow that rule.

      BTW:I have not read his book yet.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Doug Amos says:

      He is working harder selling his book than he did as AG.

      Liked by 3 people

  8. Junior Samples says:

    At the risk of sounding like an a-hole, wasn’t Whitaker in charge at some point, however brief? IIRC Mr. weight-lifter-guy was gonna kick some butt. Burns me up to see him in his current role pontificating about X, Y and Z. Someone please tell him to STFU as I can’t stand it anymore. Go away Mr. Whitaker, you had the opportunity and you passed on it.

    Please tell me I’m not alone.

    Liked by 33 people

  9. samwise163 says:

    Whitaker is the best arm chair quarterback I have seen in a long time. I love how he doesn’t bother to mention that he WAS ACTING AG for a spell. Where is Gunny when I need him!

    Liked by 3 people

    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      He served his purpose….

      There already was a DEPUTY AG (Rod).to take Sessions’place.
      So why did Trump appoint him as Acting AG at all and make him Rod’s boss??????

      Liked by 3 people

      • Joemama says:

        To encourage Rod Rodentstein to quit. Pretty standard technique, I think. Deny the heir apparent the job to let them know they have no future at the company.

        RR quit, saving PDJT the MSM wrath, were had he had to fire RR.


        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          To encourage Rod Rodentstein to quit.

          But he didn’t, in fact Rod got some cuff links and a trip on AF one.

          That is NOT why Trump used the Vacancies Act to appoint Whitaker.
          He needed Whitaker (the first person OUTSIDE the coup) to
          Not recuse himself from overseeing Mueller (he didn’t)
          Find out what Mueller was investigating (he did)

          Mueller was effectively blocked from that point forward.

          Liked by 1 person

          • WSB says:

            Whitaker was a speed bump.

            Liked by 2 people

            • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

              Hardly……Listen to John Dowd’s interview with Byron York.
              Mueller was poised to go on…and on….and on after POTUS and his allies.
              Scope Memo after scope memo

              As soon as Whitaker saw Mueller had no Trump/Russia collusion case and in fact all he was really doing was making the three cases every prosecutor makes
              WHEN THEY HAVE NO CASE namely
              1) Financial crimes
              2) Obstruction of Justice (Process Crime)
              3) 18 USC 1001 (Process Crime)

              There would BE no more scopes and for all intents and purpose
              Mueller’s was out of gas and coasting to a stop

              Took Barr less than a month to shut Mueller down internally
              (His March 5th “So whattya got Bob?” meeting)
              External shutdown happened March 24th with his 4 page summary preempting the leaking about obstruction they were going to do while redactions were made.
              Coup de gras: He released-nearly completely unredacted -Mueller’s “Report” so everyone could see how ridiculous it was. (That—and the fact that Mueller wasn’t actually running the SCO— are the main reasons Mueller didn’t want to testify about it at all)

              We are now seeing the UNMAKING of Mueller and it’s anyone;s guess whether Barr will actually see this through and to what extent.


      • Snellvillebob says:

        Because President Trump could. Add that it got Barr thru the Senate approval process.


        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          Because President Trump could

          Of course he could but that isn’t THE reason.

          He used the vacancies act to stick in an outsider ( outside the coup, that is)
          to oversee the Mueller investigation and see what it ACTUALLY WAS.
          Mueller was effectively boxed in from that point forward.

          Liked by 1 person

  10. budklatsch says:

    Mueller and Comey are the most current iteration of a long sordid trail of corrupt ‘officials’ in the halls of justice at the DOJ/FBI

    Liked by 1 person

  11. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “Former Acting AG Matt Whitaker appears with Liz MacDonald”

    Well, I did. Only because sundance recommended it.
    Liz MacDonald impresses me.
    Matthew Whitaker, NOT AT ALL.

    IMO all he did while AAG was keep the seat warm instead if doing things that would make a difference. Such as making sure a deliberate backlog of FOIL requests was being taken care of, etc.

    It seems he did have the time to compile copious notes while he was there.

    So he could write a book. 😦

    Liked by 3 people

  12. CNN_sucks says:

    Whitaker did not do a thing either. Glad that PDJT did not endorse Sessions. Payback time.

    Liked by 5 people

  13. icthematrix says:

    Matt May have been a hoss playing football, but as AG he displayed no guts, no backbone.

    Our President is a magnificent leader but he can’t do this alone. All we’ve been asking for is a real American hero to step up, ignore the danger to themselves and do the right thing. Whitaker had his chance and never tried.

    Low and behold Richard Grenell was given his chance, and BAM! Praying he gets named to replace another fired head of an alphabet agency that needs soul cleansing.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      You totally missed the point as to why Donald appointed him using the
      instead of just letting Rosenstein take over completely when Sessions left.

      A DEPUTY AG is there to take over for an AG that can no longer do the job.

      Here’s a Hint:
      To peek up Mueller’s skirt.
      Which he did…even though he was counseled NOT to.

      Liked by 3 people

  14. slowcobra says:

    Anyone know what he’s doing now (whitaker)? I cant even remember why he didnt last long as AAG, nor where he came from.


    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “Anyone know what he’s doing now (whitaker)?”

      (Do we really care? /sarc)

      Making TV appearances to plug his book that he wrote concerning things that were wrong, without trying to fix anything when he was in a position to make a difference.

      Now he is talking about current events, instead of talking about his accomplishments as AAG. Probably because there aren’t any (that I am aware of).

      Liked by 9 people

    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Trump NEVER intended him to stay as AG.

      And he never should have been Acting AG AT ALL.
      So why did Trump appoint him using the VACANCIES ACT when
      ROD ROSENSTEIN was already there to take Session’s place??????????????


      • Sherri Young says:

        Rod Rosenstein wrote the memo setting his basis for Comey’s firing. When that wasn’t popular, he tried to dial it back. He embarrassed the boss. Rosenstein wrote an overly broad document to enable the special counsel. When PDJT was about to enter sensitive international discussions, Rosenstein jumped in front of the cameras to announce the Russian troll farm indictments, reinforcing the Trump/Russia hoax.

        If you were President Donald Trump, would you want Rod Rosenstein to serve as acting AG?

        No, not me either.


        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          If you were President Donald Trump, would you want Rod Rosenstein to serve as acting AG?
          Not sure the point of your question because we ALREADY know the answer.

          Trump SPECIFICALLY used an obscure means (The Vacancies Act) to appoint Whitaker TEMPORARILY
          And he used this obscure means PRECISELY so that Rod would NOT be Acting AG as the built-in succession plan provides.

          Furthermore the the ONLY TASKS Whitaker need to accomplish in this short-term assignment:
          1) NOT RECUSE HIMSELF from overseeing Mueller
          The OLC reviewed this, found no legal reason for him to recuse……but suggested he recuse ANYWAY. He told them to go pound sand.
          Which he did. The first person OUTSIDE the “coup” to see what it was.
          Effectively the jig was up as soon as he did… and Mueller could no longer EXPAND his probe.

          Liked by 1 person

          • GB Bari says:

            So you’re asserting that Whitaker was specifically instructed by POTUS(?) to not take any actions but only to observe and take notes?


            • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

              Only asserting that he would because he could because
              1) He was now the AAG (Mueller’s boss)
              2) He didn’t know any Russians and didn’t work for the campaign so they couldn’t recuse him.

              BTW: Mueller would have to go to HIM for any further SCOPE and after seeing the Aug 2 and Oct 20 scope memos (which he did) & seeing all the indictments Mueller had already made
              he would easily see Mueller HAD NOTHING Trump/Russia collusion related.

              Whitaker stopped the tumor from growing anymore.

              BTW: The “TELL” that a prosecutor (ESPECIALLY a SC) CAN NOT make his assigned case:

              Indictments for
              1) Financial crimes (usually Taxes)
              2) Obstruction of Justice
              3) 18 USC 1001
              None of these have ANYTHING to do with WHY he was investigating in the first place
              So …no instructions required.
              POTUS knew Whitaker was only a temp, would never be confirmed and would need a permanent guy to dismantle Mueller (which Barr did after only a month) and then undo Mueller (which remains to be seen)


    • Sherri Young says:

      He was Sessions’s chief of staff before acting AG. Now he is back in the private sector as general counsel for a corporation.


    • Snellvillebob says:

      He retired with the pension of Attorney General of the United States for 3 months of seat warming.


  15. maggie0987 says:

    I found it very interesting that he brought up Roderick Rats name right at the end!!!!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  16. Carrie says:

    I’m not terribly familiar with Liz MacDonald but I thought she did good job giving 3 solid but simple examples of how the FBI created phony predicates by giving leaks to the press and then turning around and using those articles as the basis for their investigations. Everyone here on CTH has known this for ages thanks to Sundance, but it’s so important someone takes all of these details and explains in a more simple and cohesive fashion so the general public can also follow along.

    Liked by 12 people

  17. KMD says:

    I’m thinking many treepers already have a good handle on what Mr. Whitaker is throwing down here… at least I do. Therefore, he comes off as sorta nonchalant…

    However, seeing as how E-Mac is relatively new to the coup ‘play by play’, Mr. Whitaker seems to do an adequate job of enlightening for her viewers who are likely not up to ‘Treeper speed’. Heck, the fact that this topic is getting ANY faux news attention is a bonus, in my book!

    Liked by 4 people

  18. carthoris says:

    One day at least in every week
    Hopes for justice of some kind
    The ever hopeful are sure to seek
    And just as sure to find


  19. Right to reply says:

    Whittaker talks a good game of ball, and that’s it…

    Liked by 1 person

  20. JimWVa says:

    There has been a lot of looking back these days, “I told you so”s and “I was right”s. But think back. Whoever imagined that President Trump would actually, summarily discharge FBI Director Comey? And what do you think would have happened if Trump didn’t have the genius to fire Comey when he did? Donald J. Trump. Best President.

    Liked by 1 person

  21. sarasotosfan says:

    The Wray white washers will be too late to save him.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. Ockham's Phaser says:

    I learned more from L-Mac than I did from Whitaker

    Liked by 2 people

  23. coltlending says:

    Wray is going to NOW start a new internal FBI investigation!!!!

    That should of been the first thing he did!!!

    Whatever wrong way Wray did when he was first appointed Top FBI
    cuck wasn’t an “Investigation”.

    Had he done an INVESTIGATION there would be no better need for a NEW internal investigation.

    Why the hell hasn’t Wray been launched?

    Put Richard “Honey Badger Grenade” Genell in there, post haste!

    He’ll give us an investigation.

    It’s inconceivable they are doing an “internal investigation with what has come out.

    More of the investigation is about the FBI covering up!


  24. lieutenantm says:

    Confess I don’t much care what Mr Whittaker has to say……. HE HAD HIS OPPORTUNITY

    Liked by 1 person

  25. Zy says:

    Trust Stealth Matt.


  26. T2020 says:

    He’s better get a bodyguard after that last statement. Lol.


  27. owtolunch says:

    Wonder how much Whittaker will make from each copy of his book…

    He will be a guest on every fox show to sell his book…

    Too bad he did not shake the tree when he was in a place to dislodge some rotten fruit. He could have brought more attention to the problems far sooner.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. TradeBait says:

    Liz handled this interview loads better than Lou handled Navarro today. Lou acted like a complete azzhat.

    Liked by 4 people

  29. Drogers says:

    He really never shows up on my radar.

    Maybe like the seat warmers at some fancy get together. The movie star gets up to go to the restroom and then someone shows up so if the camera scans the place looks packed.


  30. Paul Gallant says:

    Cue “Riders on the Storm” You can’t put the Genie back in the bottle now. Like the man said now Barr has to deal with what we do know.


  31. bonkti says:

    Wray believes there never was any bias; there is nothing to look at there.

    But he will leave no stone unturned to discover who stole his strawberries.


  32. bayrat65 says:

    He is just another useless RHINO.


  33. jus wundrin says:

    What book were they going by? Alinskys rules for radicals.

    Liked by 1 person

  34. Darren says:

    Some of you simply don’t remember the situation he was inserted into. What could he have done that wouldn’t have gotten the President Impeached? Any attempted exposure back then would have been called obstruction. He was needed to get the SC slightly under control for Barr. He did his limited job. I don’t see PDJT complaining about him. So why are you? You just frustrated, like me, at the lack of accountability. Take heart Flynn is the first big thing that will enable more big things to happen…

    Liked by 6 people

    • Joemama says:

      I think you hit the nail on the head.

      There wasn’t much that could be done, while the obstruction sword was being hung over PDJT’s head. They were going for a repeat of the Nixon play, but PDJT thwarted the plan.

      Besides, Whitaker is not a bad guy. He is on our side as far as I can tell. No sense on ragging on him.

      Lot of people screaming “I want it now! now! now!” & stomping their feet. Kind of like Lou Dobbs tonight. That was weird and uncalled for.

      Liked by 3 people

      • oldersoul says:

        It’s been nearly four years. The total number of indictments of the coup plotters to date remains the same as on January 20, 2017: Zero.

        What is your definition of a patient time frame? Five, six, eight years? A generation?


        • Joemama says:

          I am just as frustrated as you, I suspect. PDJT has only been on the offensive since the Mueller inquisition ended and much has been achieved.

          To answer your question directly, I think the process won’t be done even after PDJT finishes his 8 years. It is incumbent on We the People to elect people that will continue with the MAGA process.

          I’m not happy with that prospect, but I think that it is reality.


    • oldersoul says:


      Ric Grenell just showed you what can be done, in a very short time, by a determined acting executive, in a corruption-infested bureaucracy. A buzzsaw who is unafraid. A patriot.

      These kind of excuses — “what could he do? he was temporary — perpetuate and validate the cancerous inaction in doing anything. Loserspeak.

      Whittaker was a pathetic do-nothing disgrace. His book is a knowing admission in detail of everything he did not address when he had the opportunity to do so. And the payoff. He should be ashamed of himself.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Darren says:

        It’s like working a knot loose. The first few tugs are necessary but appear to have little effect. Grenell was able to get all these things done because the ground was prepared for the battle. Without Sindey Powell and those who got things done before her he wouldn’t have been able to do what he did.

        Liked by 2 people

        • oldersoul says:

          You’re kidding, right?

          You have it backwards. People like Ric Grenell loosened the knot for Ms. Powell.

          Before Grenell, there was Dan Coates. And Ms. Powell had nothing to do with getting rid of that swamp turd.


          • Darren says:

            Rick Grenell took office in Feb 2020. Powell was fighting and starting to win before this. Jensen turned over the documents that broke the knot. I’m not trying to downplay what A ODNI did but you’re timeline is broken.

            Liked by 2 people

            • BitterC says:

              Your are right, but don’t forget someone on the inside of DOJ or FBI had been feeding her some info before Grenell or Jensen showed up. But bottom line is, without Sidney, we are nowhere near where we are today.

              Jensen would not be releasing the Flynn material if he had been sentenced last yr instead of hiring Sidney


      • starfcker says:

        Nice post, Oldersoul. I concur. President Trump just gave Jeff Sessions the business on Twitter. No mincing words. Whittaker was no better. Men not honorable enough to do the job they took pay for.

        Liked by 1 person

    • MVW says:

      These ‘rogue’ FBI guys that targeted Flynn with the frame up did the exact same routine with Papadopoulos. Here is the second part of a two part interview which gives crucial insight into who all were involved and why Trump was targeted.

      CIA, 5-eyes including UK, Austrailia, FBI were setting the stage early on in Trump’s campaign. It continued on even after Comey, McCabe, Brennan etc were gone. Gina, the current CIA chief was in London at the time, so that puts her square in it. She is dirty. This is a Globalist IC operation with Globalist agenda.

      Wray is just a bureaucrat, another Sessions, playing a slow dumb possum act. Rotten wood that needs to be removed.

      Pandemic is not coincidence. It stinks of CIA. Gina needs to be history. Pompeo was just there, is now at State. I dunno.

      This is a mess and it is not behind us even if Trump is reelected. Given the players and tools at their disposal (CIA) I am not confident.

      Anyway listen to the interview, it gives insight into the who and why.


  35. Nikola Ivan Babic says:

    **ck Whitaker, once I Heard him claim, under oath, that the Roger Stone raid was by the Book, I knew he was a Snakey Snake. If Barr had not of had the balls to stand up to Mueller, and the President was impeached, Whitaker’s book would be about how bad TRUMP was.


  36. Snellvillebob says:

    This is what Nancy Pelosi teaches to all incoming freshman Representatives. She calls it “The wrap-up smear: One demonizes an opponent to the press then uses the stories in the press as evidence it is true. Here is a video of her teaching that.


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