Sunday Talks: Sidney Powell Discusses Issues Surrounding Judge Sullivan and Flynn Case – DC District Court and Now Circuit Court Have Intervened in Flynn Case…

Yesterday we noted a rather important, yet less discussed, motive for the strength of the DC Circuit Court position against Judge Emmet Sullivan.  I’ll expand after the video.

In this interview Gregg Jarrett talks with Flynn’s defense lawyer Sidney Powell about the rather unusual behavior of Judge Emmet Sullivan.  WATCH:


A DC judge hiring a well connected DC lawyer to write his response to a DC circuit court appeals panel is the part that’s interesting.  There’s no guarantee the appeals court will accept such a response; but that’s also another issue.   Bottom line: Judge Sullivan is importing a lawyer to represent his interests.  Very unusual.

CTH readers are smart; aware and smart enough not to get stuck in the weeds; so let’s stay elevated on this and look at the whole picture.  Consider this decision by Judge Emmet Sullivan through the prism of recent events surrounding Flynn:

♦ The DOJ, joined with the defense position and filed an unopposed motion to drop the case against Michael Flynn.

♦ A USAO from Missouri, Jeff Jensen, has discovered a trail of internal evidence pointing toward a corrupt originating prosecution for the case against Flynn.   Mr. Jensen has been revealing those documents and providing them to the court (and defense).

♦ Meanwhile DNI Ric Grenell has declassified and revealed documents showing a corrupt intent by the U.S. Intelligence Community (USIC) against Michael Flynn.

♦ On Friday (5/22/20) the FBI Director announced an internal investigation into officials inside the FBI for wrongful conduct specifically as it relates to a corrupt operation, now discovered and public, against Michael Flynn.

Additionally, we shall not play games and ignore the obvious.

Judge Emmet Sullivan is well aware of the reason why former Judge Rudolph “Rudy” Contreras was recused from the Flynn case; only days after accepting the first plea agreement, and less than 72 hours after the Peter Strzok and Lisa Page text messages publicly surfaced.

Lisa Page: “Rudy is on the [Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court]! Did you know that?” “Just appointed two months ago””..

Peter Strzok: “I did. We talked about it before and after. I need to get together with him.”…

Notice Strzok is saying he and Rudy had a talk about the judge joining the FISA court both before and after Judge Contreras was appointed.  There is a friendship connection, not just a professional relationship.  This will come into play later on.

Lisa Page and Peter Strzok even discussed the friendship between the FBI Agent and Judge Contreras being an issue that might cause a conflict of interest within the activity of Strzok as lead agent within the counterintelligence division within the FBI.

The issue was enough for Peter Strzok to say he was planning to discuss the conflict with Rudy.  Specifically Strzok was aware his work and Contreras position would likely lead to an investigation where the judge would have to recuse himself.

Agent Strzok planned to have this conversation with Rudy, and he preferred to have the discussion informally just days before Strzok official launched operation crossfire hurricane.

As the texts outline the issue of Rudy and Peter’s friendship is known to the small group in the FBI, being talked about internally, and Strzok is keenly aware he will have to approach it.  As Peter Strzok replies to Lisa Page: “M suggested a social setting with others would probably be better than a one on one meeting.”

The informal nature of a social conversation about it, with others who could corroborate if needed, would provide plausible deniability on both ends and dilute the toxicity of any issue that surfaced later on.  The conflict was enough of a concern to require a strategy.

Fast forward to the following year…

The special counsel investigation was absorbing 100% of the media’s attention.  Within DC all that anyone was talking about was the Mueller investigation and the “Trump-Russia” narrative.  The indictment of Lt. General Michael Flynn has led the news headlines for months.

There is no way a DC district court judge ; especially one that has sat on the FISA court during the time the DOJ and FBI were abusing the process; would be unaware of the investigation.  Additionally and more importantly, there is no way a DC district judge, FISA judge and good friend of Peter Strzok, would be unaware that Flynn’s prosecution was an extension of an FBI counterintelligence case against all of the Trump officials.

Holding a position of justification by saying DC district court Judge Rudolph Contreras would be unaware of the nature and circumstances of the Flynn case prior to assignment would be intellectually silly and obtuse in the extreme.   Contreras knew the case; perhaps not the granular details, but he knew the case and who was prosecuting it.

On November 30th, 2017, Mike Flynn signed a guilty plea; ostensibly admitting lying to FBI investigators.  The plea was accepted the next day by Judge Rudolph “Rudy” Contreras (who is also a FISA court judge).  Six days later, December 7, 2017, Judge Contreras “was recused” from the case without explanation.

It’s important to note that Judge Contreras did not recuse himself, he was recused by the U.S. District court for the District of Columbia. [Source]

The court made the public announcement that Judge Contreras “has been recused from handling the case.”

If the conflict -which required recusal- existed on December 7, 2017, wouldn’t that same conflict have existed days earlier on November 30th?  Of course it did.  And of course Judge Rudolph Contreras would be aware of that conflict long before engaging in the case itself.

The moment the case was assigned, Contreras knew there was a conflict for him.

Again, if the conflict existed on December 7th, the conflict certainly existed on December 1st.   So why did he accept the case?  Why did he participate in the case until the district court intervened and removed it from him?

There has been a transparent lack of media curiosity on this issue from the day the court announced his recusal.  Apparently those questions did not fit the media objective.

This context is important because the DC circuit court is now ordering district Judge Sullivan to explain his decision-making.  They are using very strong language toward Judge Sullivan and have surprised many legal experts in the way the circuit court panel has approach it.

The panel of circuit judges: Henderson, Wilkins and Rao, did not rule on the petition for the writ of mandamus; instead they “ordered” Judge Sullivan to explain himself within ten days.  The same panel “invited” the DOJ to participate:

I would suggest to you the reason for the strength in the circuit court position is entirely connected to their knowledge of the back-ground of the Flynn case which included the  recusal of Judge Contreras.  None of this, specifically the tone of the panel in their order, is disconnected from the larger background.

Whether they want to admit it or not, and they would never do so publicly, the DC court has to be keenly aware of the material behind this case.  They have to be aware of what DNI Grenell has exposed; they have to be aware the FBI is now investigating itself based on how the FBI handled the Flynn case; and this same DC circuit knows the FISA court process was abused by the exact same participants involved in this Flynn prosecution.

The media, and some DOJ and FBI defenders are playing too-cute-by-half in providing justifications for the DOJ/FBI activity.  But the bigger picture is in full sunlight.

The media ignoring it, and the legions of former DOJ and FBI employees attempting to be disingenuous about it, does not change our level of information about it; and certainly does not change the disposition of a DC court system that has watched this playing out in their back yard.




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334 Responses to Sunday Talks: Sidney Powell Discusses Issues Surrounding Judge Sullivan and Flynn Case – DC District Court and Now Circuit Court Have Intervened in Flynn Case…

  1. CharterOakie says:

    I still can’t help but speculate that there is more to this than meets the eye in terms of Judge Sullivan.

    Conservatives are calling him a Clinton- or even Obama-appointee. But he was first appointed to the federal bench by Reagan. Then appointed to another federal court by GHW Bush. Clinton’s was his third appointment.

    Then there is the fact that Sidney Powell refers to him as the judicial hero in the Sen. Stevens case (federal prosecutors withholding Brady material, etc.)

    Is he, too, playing a clever role here?

    Why did he allow the sentencing hearing to be postponed repeatedly, for many, many months, if he was part of the plot to nail Flynn?

    Have his actions opened a trap door for Van Grack & Co, or even for Covington and Burling (Holder)? Or something even more intricate than that?

    I’m spitballing here. But something doesn’t add up.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. woodstuff says:

    Witch Hunt: The Flynn Vindication 5/24/20 – Gregg Jarrett About 35 minutes

    Liked by 1 person

  3. It’s the same lawyer that took his bar exam for him.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. paulashley says:

    “Bottom line: Judge Sullivan is importing a lawyer to represent his interests.”

    I thought judges were supposed to disinterested in anything except the rules. Silly me.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. This stands out for me: Strzok: “Really? Rudy, I’M IN CHARGE OF ESPIONAGE FOR THE FBI…” (my emphasis)

    That is a newspaper headline for when he is convicted, along with Brennan then at CIA and Clapper then at DNI. They had no business doing espionage (spying) against the President of the United States, but the point is, that is who they are: Spies, and thus totally bogus “investigators”, of anyone. In a word, ROGUE. That’s why Strzok makes that smug Machiavellian face. The Little Boy Who Could (Spy, and So He Did).

    That image of Greg Jarrett and Sidney Powell is also for the ages. I see a marble bust of Sidney in that precise, eternally-captured image, prominently displayed in the Hall of Justice. And Jarrett’s “gee whillakers” expression is proper response to that Hero of Truth, Justice and The American Way, in her moment of public triumph. “Son of a gun, Sidney!”

    Sullivan — all of them, from Obama on down — is just a stain on the floor, in comparison.

    Liked by 15 people

    • humaweiner says:

      I take comfort knowing that certain current & former G-men are retaining criminal defense attorneys and doing research into the dating rituals in federal prison.

      Liked by 4 people

    • lftpm says:

      Robert Barnes says that he was under consideration to represent General Flynn. Like any astute litigation attorney, he talked to people to get the skinny on the judge. The word was the judge was “as dumb as a bail of bricks”[sic]. Also arrogant. The worst combination of characteristics.

      His bio suggests this. Hired by a once-famous boutique black D.C. law firm whose founder and early partners had first-rate credentials, Dunbar High School, Amherst and Harvard Law, but which had faded greatly, Sull attended a vocational-technical and general-ed high school and academically anemic Howard (both undergrad and law).

      Sully, after only 6 years’ associateship, allegedly became a “name partner” at Houston, Sullivan & Gardner in 1980. Curious. Founder Charles Houston had been dead 30 years. First-recruited partner Wm. Gardner had left for a Superior Court judgeship. We know that he was gone when the firm was renamed, because otherwise the firm’s name Houston & Gardner would have become Houston, Gardner and Sullivan. There are no exceptions to this convention.

      We also conclude there were no remaining partners, otherwise their names would have gone on the banner. In essence the firm was actually, by any reasonable reckoning, Emmet Sullivan, Esq., or Emmet Sullivan and Associates, LLC. But a venerable firm name had more selling power.

      Under “home rule” the D.C. city council screens and selects judges for the local-law-enforcing D.C. Superior Court, and its appellate division. Reagan acceded to the council’s choice for Superior Court placement, and GHW did same for Sully’s promotion to the local court of appeals.

      But Clinton threw a curveball: he picked Sully for the federal bench in D.C. Never mind that Sully had never done a federal court clerkship, never worked for DOJ, never practiced nor adjudicated federal law cases, never taught federal law as an adjunct at Howard. In essence, he lacked any qualification to be not promoted, but realm-shifted entirely out of his bailiwick.

      The good General has paid an enormous price for this.

      Liked by 5 people

      • lftpm says:

        It has been commented that the best that can be said of Sully’s attempted recruitment of former DOJ lawyers John Gleeson (BA Georgetown, Jd UVA) and Beth Wilinson (BA Princeton, JD UVA) is that he realizes he is completely out of his depth, and needs federal-law-knowledgeable guidance. Alternatively, someone else has realized this for him.

        Gleeson’s role as amicus curiae is particularly inapt, because 1) amici are not authorized in federal CRIMINAL court procedures (but are allowed in criminal appeals and civil trials), and 2) Sully correctly cited this fact specifically in previously rejecting amicus proposals by the defense.

        Obviously, when a judge previously followed procedure correctly, then reverses himself and invents a new procedure not authorized by the federal court rules, HE NEEDS HELP to extricate himself.

        Liked by 3 people

  6. TwoLaine says:

    Remember, James Comey got away with usurping the powers of the DOJ, why not Sullivan…

    Liked by 5 people

  7. dottygal says:

    Waiting for the perp walks is like waiting for Christmas when you are six years old.

    Liked by 5 people

  8. TwoLaine says:

    “They needed to keep the obstruction hoax alive against the President”

    And they still do! That is what they are arguing at the Supreme Court right now. It is their only hope to get all the ShamMuellerHoax underlying docs and his tax records so Congress can continue to harass the President and anyone else who gets/got in their way.

    They have never accepted the NO RUSSIAN COLLUSION even though it came out of the mouths and the report of their “special” prosecutor, the demented Mueller.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Rileytrips says:

      They KNOW there is no Russian Collusion – nor has there been.

      What they are doing is trying to take over America, destroy our Constitution, and disenfranchise the citizens of the USA.

      This is a war – Lawfare – against our Constitutional Republic.

      Liked by 11 people

      • TwoLaine says:

        Of course.


      • maxxheadroom777 says:

        Precisely stated. Those who have wormed their way to seats of power are using that power to destroy Constitutional Liberty and the American way of life. They will not stop until they are stopped-cold-dead. No mercy. I despise the Unholy Left and hate them all for making me think of the radical violence necessary to rid oneself of such odious & dishonorable enemies. The Declaration of Independence and The Constitution form the Foundation of the most beautiful secular government ever devised by the Grace of God and the hard work of honorable men. The people of the Unholy Left work night and day to destroy the best way of life on earth.

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    • jay says:

      That is correct. Read the amicus briefs presented thus far in Flynn case. As far as I can tell there are 3 from the left in opposition to dismissal and 1 from attorney generals in favor of dismissing.

      The 3 from the left center on how proper and righteous the Muller Witch Hunt was and how no one must disturb what ‘mueller’ found. This is about repeating the lie to preserve the lie; to convince all brains out there that the lie is truth and truth is lie. Whether Sullivan has a response to support his legal position maybe be secondary. NOTHING will happen to the judge- perhaps more dinner invitations. He risks nothing.

      What this has created, however, is a window of time the allows the storm of public opinion to enter the room and permeate minds. To them Flynn is a symbol of everything wrong with the Trump administration. He is military, he is smart, he is anti communist, anti Islamist, pro Transparency- to them, Flynn is the embodiment of THEIR enemy. They need to hammer their message home – that Trump is bad, and ‘mueller’ was Right – and now they have legal briefs from ‘scholars’ saying so.

      Liked by 6 people

  9. sarasotosfan says:

    Sundance, would it be informative if we went back to the trial transcript when Sullivan went off the rails re the FARA rant? Was that a tell that the fix was in?

    It would be interesting to revisit those remarks.

    Liked by 3 people

  10. JamesD says:

    “The President has put in place an organization with the kind of database that no one has ever seen before in life,” said Representative Waters. “That’s going to be very, very powerful,” Waters said. “That database will have information about everything on every individual on ways that it’s never been done before and whoever runs for President on the Democratic ticket has to deal with that. They’re going to go down with that database and the concerns of those people because they can’t get around it. And he’s been very smart. It’s very powerful what he’s leaving in place.” — Maxine Waters
    Operation Hammer. Whistle blown by Dennis Montgomery. 47 hard drives of comprimot turned over to Deborah Curtis and the FBI (DC later prosecutor of Flynn before sudden resignation). This needs to be revisited.

    Liked by 2 people

    • mr.piddles says:

      “I’m Maxine Waters, and this is my world…”

      She’s such an idiot. And thankfully so.

      Liked by 4 people

    • KBR says:

      I have read this time and again.

      Certain phrases stand out, sounding like a warning meant to help Dem candidates:

      “whoever runs for President on the Democratic ticket has to deal with that. They’re going to go down with that database and the concerns of those people…”

      “The Democratic ticket?” But not the Republican?

      “To go down?” To fall, to be made to fall?

      “Those people” concerns of those people who actually hold the hammer?

      “Can’t get around it?” even a Democrat president cant get around the concerns of “those people”

      Maybe she was, but it doesn’t sound like she was equating “those people” to BHO

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    • anthonydog says:


      Liked by 2 people

    • anthonydog says:

      This was the article that broke The Hammer story. …The “Whistleblower Tapes” went viral when General McInerney and Admiral Lyons took it to the airwaves on March 19, 2017. Strzok and Page were listening as their text messages later showed —Within minutes of General McInerney going on-air Strzok and Page were texting about Dennis Montgomery. “Say nothing.”

      🇺🇸Whistleblower Tapes: Trump Wiretapped “A Zillion Times” By ‘The Hammer,’ Brennan’s and Clapper’s Secret Computer System – The American Report


    • Contrarymary says:

      Then read over the words of Valerie Jarrett. “After we win this election, it’s our turn. Payback time. Everyone not with us is against us and they better be ready because we don’t forget. The ones who helped us will be rewarded, the ones who opposed us will get what they deserve. There will be hell to pay. Congress won’t be a problem for us this time”. Let those words sink in and think of what they did to people, with the data base and the agencies. I was scared when she said it because I knew they were that evil and I couldn’t figure out why that statement wasn’t sounded from every rooftop. I wondered then if our country had sunk so low the she could say such a thing with no pushback.

      If they’re not held responsible, our country is done.


    • frances says:

      My question is who has the HAMMER now??


  11. goldduggar says:

    How can General Flynn be made whole?

    Liked by 2 people

    • gary says:

      much of it ,to the general,i’m sure, is what americans think about him. he knows that the entire democrat congressional membership ignored the lawlessness of the obama DOJ/FIB. i’m sure he can ignore people who are lawless. the rest of us who know the truth ,he knows , still honor him. other than those high sounding words from a heavy equipment operator, sue the crap out of the wapo,nyt’s and the rest . and sue us, the taxpayers. we put these holes in charge. i pray he forgives us and resumes a place in the trump administration.


      • Newhere says:

        And further to your point, I’d add: he can be made whole by being able to join President Trump barnstorming the country to win re-election, and accepting an appointment as Trump’s NSA.

        Liked by 1 person

    • humaweiner says:

      Appoint him director of the FBI.

      Liked by 2 people

    • anthonydog says:

      Freedom with Flynn’s reputation restored….Is how We the People begin to Win—- and take back America .

      This was the article that broke The Hammer story. …The “Whistleblower Tapes” went viral when General McInerney and Admiral Lyons took it to the airwaves on March 19, 2017. Strzok and Page were listening as their text messages later showed —Within minutes of General McInerney going on-air on that very same Sunday evening —Strzok and his sidekick, Page, were texting about Dennis Montgomery. “Say nothing.”

      🇺🇸Whistleblower Tapes: Trump Wiretapped “A Zillion Times” By ‘The Hammer,’ Brennan’s and Clapper’s Secret Computer System – The American Report

      Liked by 1 person

  12. Zy says:

    I heard that Slick Willie Clinton went to RUSSIA and was paid 500K by the RUSSIANS and is an associate of the Democrat Party candidate for President in 2016. I’m I right that there must have been an FBI investigation? No leaks to the media?

    Liked by 3 people

  13. Rick says:

    We see Judge Emmet Sulivan’s actions as biased against Flynn, but little effort has been made into discovering why?
    Maybe this is why:

    Liked by 2 people

    • MR52 says:

      Was just going to post ;this too. Seems to correlate with the twitter whistle blower whose post was deleted. Will be interesting if it gains legs. Pretty damning against his son.

      Sullivan might have some serious plaining to do!


  14. humaweiner says:

    This corrupt democrat, Sullivan, is trying in vain, to delay the total financial destruction of Eric Holders law firm, like Enron type destruction.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Reloader says:

    It seems the latest news is that the appeals court will, in fact, NOT ALLOW stooge sullivan to have an attorney provide the explanation which has been requested.


  16. PinotNoir says:

    Why do we allow our political justice to take place in a town that is 80% democrat with a demographic replicated in no state in the union? Reduce DC to a few blocks of government buildings and return the rest to Virginia and Maryland. Better yet, move the capitol to Kansas and scatter departments and federal departments and agencies across the country.

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  17. Eileen McRae says:

    I read this and did some other research. One aspect that I find intriguing is that when Dennis Montgomery (re The Hammer) brought a defamation lawsuit against James Risen, the lawyer that presided over that suit was none other than Rudy Contreras, the FISC judge!

    ” Montgomery and his lawyer, conservative Larry Klayman, disputed this history and stood by the technology in a defamation lawsuit against Risen.
    Though originally filed in Florida, the case was transferred to Washington. U.S. District Judge Rudolph Contreras dismissed the case Friday based on Montgomery’s refusal to let Risen’s legal team access a copy of the software.” (2016)

    “Montgomery initially filed suit against Risen and his publishers – Houghton Harcourt Publishing Company and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Company – in the Southern District of Florida, alleging that Risen had defamed him in the book and during promotional TV and radio interviews.

    The case was later transferred to the District of Columbia, where U.S. District Judge Rudolph Contreras granted summary judgment to Risen.” (2017)

    I do not believe in coincidences!

    Liked by 3 people

    • anthonydog says:

      And what was his idiot attorney thinking bring a slander lawsuit knowing Montgomery was under a Government gag order—two gag orders— a SSP Staes Secrets Privilege and a Government Protective Order invoked by then DNI John Negroponte.

      How was Montgomery going to testify re slander or submit proof while under the SSP? He wasn’t …he couldn’t …So what was that attorney really up to??

      Appears Montgomery is still gagged.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Alex1689 says:

        Speaking of Deep State, no one is more DS than John Negroponte. I took a look at his family, background, and career when news broke about the now adult Central American girl he and his very well off globalist wife adopted when he was serving down there. I believe when she was between 8 and 12 years of age at the time of adoption. Some Catholic orphanage just handed her over, no background check. Oddly reminiscent of the Bridget McCain story. The Negroponte child hit the news for criminal conduct, with pretty clear underlying mental and emotional illness. If John McCain had a twin his name would be John Negroponte. No surprise if he put gag orders on whistleblowers. He has decades of skeletons to hide, especially in Central America.


      • frances says:

        Trump should revoke that gag order, can Ratcliffe do that perhaps?


    • LOL says:

      ” Was Contreras the presiding judge who granted the FISA warrant that led to the Flynn plea? Was he the judge who accepted the Russian dossier (created by Christopher Steele while in the employ of the Clinton campaign) as objective and credible evidence justifying a FISA surveillance against Flynn and others in Trumpland during a hotly contested presidential campaign?

      If so, does this taint the evidence and the circumstances that led Flynn to accept a guilty plea while being squeezed by Special Counsel Mueller’s team? “


    • anthonydog says:

      Eileen McRae,
      Klayman represented Montgomery and also the Bundy family—It appears that Klayman does not really help these people—more like throws them under the bus and takes and buries their evidence.

      Ever wonder if Klayman is Deep State?

      Sure looks like it with the present company he keeps—The likes of Corsi and Goodman?

      If Corsi is the real deal then he would have been pulled out of his home in the dead of night with his wife in a nightgown and Military guns drawn against him and his wife —just like Roger Stone, Bill Binney and Kirk Wiebe had—Rather than writing another book for bucks. Sounds more like Corsi was working with Muller. Makes one wonder if Klayman suing Mueller is how these Deep State tools get their pay checks —beyond their book deals.

      Klayman and Corsi are now whining that Flynn should go to prison for lying. What scum those guys are!!

      And a good reminder that those who appear to be the good guys—Aren’t !!

      Liked by 2 people

  18. GTOGUY says:

    You would think that with this information, Flynn’s original plea would be null & void. Maybe that is why Sullivan asked Flynn twice if he wanted to plead guilty. I don’t know, but the whole plea smells and should have been tossed after the judge was “recused.”

    Liked by 1 person

    • MR52 says:

      Need to know why the first judge was recused!!!!!!!


      • LOL says:

        Maybe the link from the Washington times in January 2018

        ” Was Contreras the presiding judge who granted the FISA warrant that led to the Flynn plea? Was he the judge who accepted the Russian dossier (created by Christopher Steele while in the employ of the Clinton campaign) as objective and credible evidence justifying a FISA surveillance against Flynn and others in Trumpland during a hotly contested presidential campaign?

        If so, does this taint the evidence and the circumstances that led Flynn to accept a guilty plea while being squeezed by Special Counsel Mueller’s team? “


  19. HeLLINaHandbasket says:

    I tell ya, if the media doesn’t burn to the ground because of all this,
    there is no hope for our nation, no matter what’s exposed, or who’s charged.
    The only way it all burns, is for POTUS to take it further than labeling “fakenews”,
    he must exit TwitTwat, FaceBlowMe,
    for they are where the mob gathers to reconfirm what fakenews says.
    If he leaves those platforms, the world will INSTANTLY follow him to another.
    Alternates (Parlar and Gab) aren’t up-to-snuff as of yet,
    but I would hope before Trump leaves office in 2025, we would have alternatives.
    Media will re-boil itself to peak gaslighting, if they’re not completely destroyed.

    Liked by 1 person

    • frances says:

      He needs to revoke the bill Clinton signed that allowed US media to end up owned by six companies, use anti trust laws as well, break up all the major networks, bring back the laws from the 1950 on media ownership, that would be the first start to getting a diversified media.

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  20. Rhonda says:

    Someone needs to ask Judge Sullivan about the stolen art that now deceased House Representative Elijah Cummings obtained. From what I understand, it was put in Sullivan’s home, because ‘no one will get a warrant to search a judge’s house’, to keep it hidden. This man is soooo tied into the Deep State swamp, he is doing everything he can to keep it hidden. Hence, this is the reason why he retained the very same attorney that represented Hillary Clinton’s Chief of Staff, Cheryl Mills.

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    • Alex1689 says:

      Bear in mind the FBI raid on former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh. She just recently pleaded out and went to jail on federal charges. The FBI seized computers and records. No way she got her position without the corrupt Baltimore machine allowing her to be next. Baltimore is batting 0 for 3 on its last three mayors staying out of jail. Anyways, rumor was she was singing like a bird. Cummings is dead. Kweise Mfume got the nod for the seat, not the widow. But if Cummings was tied to Sullivan , which stands to reason given the local circles, Trump’s repeated emphasis last year on what’s happened to Baltimore under Democratic rule strikes a resonant note suddenly. Trip to Ft. McHenry – trolling?


      • Alex1689 says:

        I believe the question Pres. Trump kept asking about Baltimore was, where did all the federal money go? Billions over the years and a sh $t hole to show for it. Think they traced the $$ ? Cummings definitely skimmed some of it, but he was probably also a way station for other pockets.


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