AG Barr Appoints West Texas U.S. Attorney to Support Durham Investigation – Review Unmasking Before and After 2016 Election…

John Bash, the U.S. attorney for the Western District of Texas, has been assigned to assist USAO John Durham in the investigation of corrupt and malign activity by former USIC,  DOJ and FBI officials.  USAO Bash is in addition to USAO Jeff Jensen who is reviewing activity specifically as it pertains to General Michael Flynn.

John Bash is assigned to review the scale and severity of overall Obama-era unmasking to identify if laws were broken, and or if downstream leakers can be identified.

Tonight Sean Hannity invites Justice Dept. Spokesperson Kerri Kupec onto his television show so she could listen to him talk about it.  Within the interview: “the attorney general determined that certain aspects of unmasking needed to be reviewed separately as a support to John Durham’s investigation,” Ms. Kupec said. WATCH:

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308 Responses to AG Barr Appoints West Texas U.S. Attorney to Support Durham Investigation – Review Unmasking Before and After 2016 Election…

  1. sundance says:

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    • Terry says:

      Is there any chance of finding out what was filed with the write of mandamus by fylnn’ s team. The filing and appendix were fairly lengthy

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    • MelH says:

      Hey Treepers, here we are, AT LAST, watching The Big Ugly. Praise God and Sundance.
      Is this the MOST fun we’ve EVER had or what?

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      • Sherri Young says:

        We live in interesting times.

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        • MelH says:

          I’m surprised no one else thinks we should be celebrating. We are seeing action, FINALLY, and it takes time when SO many perps have to be handled. Hopefully Grenell and Ratcliff will save us.

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          • Sherri Young says:

            Adam Schiff. Please bring Adam Schiff to justice.

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          • regitiger says:

            its definitely a solid finding.

            now the point of beating them over the head with it. must come quickly.

            I’ll celebrate when two things happen:

            a. convictions and long sentences.
            b. fisa and patriot act are abolished with penalties so steep, no one in government is even tempted to press their ear against a wall.

            until then, it’s all work…work like never before.

            then I will give them permission to die.

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            • To me, it’s a long, fruitless side alley Barr is trying to “explore”, to keep us away from the core.

              But I have read some of the other, cynical, comments here, so I don’t need to keep others from reading them too long. I’ll just say, in the old days, the emperor would just have his head executioner take an axe to such an AG, and have done with him. “Next!”

              I want to hear, for the next narrative, the words “criminal mob” attached to the DNC, the Deep State, and most especially to the “intelligence community”. Short of that, it’s all fumbling in the dark, on the other side of the room from where we all need to be.

              (Sundance used the word “suspected” above, when the truth is we (I?) all KNEW. So I write, “You SUSPECTED?!” (said as by Gal Gadot in “Wonder Woman: “You’re LYING?!”)

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              • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

                There should be no unmasking requests PRIOR to July 31, 2016 of anyone on the Trump campaign.

                There should be no unmasking requests AT ALL of Cruz, Rubio, Jeb!, Carson, etc.

                So this may not be a “side alley” at all.
                And I suppose this is what was in UV Ric’s little brown satchel.

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          • Doug Amos says:

            1 man’s actions are another man’s handcuffs.

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          • PS says:

            What I see is a public notice that the DOJ is starting an investigation that should have been done in 2017. This review will produce no results before the election in Nov 2020 (5 months from now), which will allow the Dems to take more seats in Congress and maybe even oust President Trump. I am just tired of all this “hope for change” that never gets anyone in jail.

            And the second that any Obama official + Media leakers are actually hailed, you can bet it will be wall to wall “oh it’s so unfair, we told you Trump would go after whistleblowers who were trying to expose his Russian ties”. Prepare for insane levels of propaganda.

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            • WRB says:

              an investigation that should have been done in 2017.

              Which shows just how cunning and malicious the adversary is. In a few short months, these commies set in a motion a plan that, though it did not take out the President, kept them safe for nearly four years.

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            • MelH says:

              But I wonder how they could piecemeal so much corruption by so many people. Military tribunal might be the only answer. Every day new stuff comes out!

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          • jeffsn4 says:

            Celebrating WHAT exactly? More “investigations”? And we’ve been hearing this “it takes time” bs for almost 4 years now and literally no one has been held accountable. Some of you are just plain naive. Justice is not actually happening.

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            • Yeah… and some of us are just hatefully rude to others over any semblance of “hope” or trust that President Trump has some control over things and knows what he’s doing as far as TIMING.

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              • jeffsn4 says:

                Ya, been hearing that one for years too. Call me rude all you want. I don’t care. I’m just pissed that so many of you are falling for this. It’s almost June 2020 and literally NOTHING has happened to these people and some of you are “celebrating”? Get real.

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              • jumpinjarhead says:

                Of course others of us are the very opposite of “hatefully rude” while nevertheless disagreeing that any of this prefatory “movement” is a reason to “celebrate.” Obviously, these words have different meanings and connotations to each of us and as such, there may not be that wide a divide between opinions if we were to flesh these events, terms and the “feelings” they elicit a bit more.

                In any event, while it is certainly a good development to see any positive action (or it seems in this rightfully jaded world of American political chicanery and crime we are now seeing, even the mere stated intention to act), I, like some others, are weary of the emotional roller coaster we have been riding and now await actual trials and punishments commensurate with the wholly unprecedented and outrageously dangerous coup that continues to this day.

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            • jumpinjarhead says:

              Well said.

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            • MelH says:

              Jeffsn4, I just think it has to be all at once, because there are so many criminals, each contaminating the evidence of the other.

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              • jeffsn4 says:

                They would have to arrest the majority of DC. It’s not going to happen Mel.

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                • MelH says:

                  OMG, I’ve been excusing all the delay, for NOTHING? Well , at least we got alot of new Conservative judges. I once thought of that as the ONLY and SUFFICIENT righteous goal of this Presidency. And now it’s just the Booooby prize?

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                • jeffsn4 says:

                  That’s the bone they’re throwing you and you’re just eating it up. It’s literally the only thing Mitch defenders can point to. It’s getting pathetic.

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                • MelH says:

                  So what should we do? Just sit here and take it? You don’t think the President has a bone to be picked and WILL indeed pick it, at his leisure?

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                • jeffsn4 says:

                  I think that at the moment he’s fallen for Barr’s con. Yes, I’m saying I’m seeing something that VSG Trump is not. He wouldn’t leave Bondo in there to run out the clock if he knew. You don’t believe me, I don’t care that you don’t believe me. I think you’re a gullible sheep. Now go clean your portrait of Turtle.

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          • jumpinjarhead says:

            We are seeing “movement.” I am greedy I suppose in that I will not “celebrate” until ALL coup participants, aided s and abettors are serving. Maximum sentences in federal prison.

            Otherwise, to me at least, this current activity is little more than rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic.

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            • MelH says:

              True, True! But I can’t see how it could happen except all at once, so as not to contaminate one trial with another.

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              • jumpinjarhead says:

                Perhaps, but there is also a greater opportunity to “roll” some of these traitors through immediate indictments—I mean we have already seen more than sufficient evidence in the revelations thus far to get indictments of some of the coup participants. They could then provide additional evidence to get the remainder.

                As I said, prosecution of a conspiracy the magnitude of this one requires a strategy and that in turn always involves trade-offs.

                If I was doing it, I would opt for immediate indictments of some, with parallel investigations if the rest with indictments as soon as sufficient evidentiary thresholds are reached.

                This coup is a momentous and perhaps the most dangerous threat EVER to our Republic. This is especially true now, given the increasing pressure from the woke to abandon our Constitution in favor of socialism (actually communism by another name) that is made even more dangerous by the vast “middle” of Americans who grow increasingly ignorant of and ambivalent toward our Constitutional Republic.

                As such, this is an EMERGENCY (a very real one unlike the manufactured COVID19 “crisis”) that DEMANDS the kind of (justifiable and appropriate) “frenzied action” (in a good way) we have seen in other true EMERGENCIES like the immediate (and proportionate to the threat posed) actions taken after Lincoln was assassinated.

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      • WSB says:

        Holding my breath. May we have swift justice.

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      • rondonmonson says:

        I wonder if UNMASKING can include those 702 (16) (17) DATA BAK Breaches, anyone know? Sundance? I mean, they are unmasking information on people, so its the same thing, just a different side of the coin.

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        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          If you’re referring to the Apr 17 FISA Report findings…..

          The results of those queries weren’t minimized at all.

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      • rondonmonson says:

        I wonder if UNMASKING can include those 702 (16) (17) DATA BAK Breaches, anyone know? Sundance? I mean, they are unmasking information on people, so its the same thing, just a different side of the coin.

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      • Zabadak says:

        Not my idea of fun. We are perilously close to losing our country. Little or nothing will happen to any of these seditionists before this election in November.

        PT needs to be reelected by overwhelming numbers with similar coattails so as to make it impossible for the Democrats to steal enough seats to flip the Senate and retain their majority in the House. All of this goes away unless this happens.

        This election is everything.

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        • jumpinjarhead says:

          Agree 110%! Well said. I would also add that to me, the “this” in your last sentence includes America as we were given it by the Founders and our freedoms we have so badly taken for granted and failed to protect.

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        • MelH says:

          Too True, unfortunately. I celebrated too soon.

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      • BigTalkers says:

        “..and pass the ammunition.”

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      • hagarthorrible says:

        Strip ’em NAKED; and Hang ’em HIGH!

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      • jumpinjarhead says:

        I will call it “fun” when ALL the coup participants are serving maximum sentences in federal prison.

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        • MelH says:

          Hey Jumpin, I admit, a sip of Crown Royal gave me a hit of hope and suddenly i was celebrating. :[)

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          • jumpinjarhead says:

            Glad for you! I am a teetotaler however. Furthermore, in case anyone wonders, I am also (passionately) against that ever-so-harmless and wonderful “relaxant” now so innocently called “weed.” (I always wonder if those “conservatives” who regularly use either that term (that serves much the same deflecting role as “gay” does for homosexuals) or the actual poison ever reflect on how they got to that place in their “thinking” and even worse their behavior?)

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    • Gort says:

      It’s almost as though Wm. Barr doesn’t trust anyone in DC Justice.

      John Bash clerked for Antonin Scalia of the United States Supreme Court during the 2007-2008 Term, and earlier for Brett Kavanaugh of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. From 2012 to 2017, Bash was an Assistant to the Solicitor General in the United States Department of Justice. In that role, he argued ten cases on behalf of the United States before the Supreme Court of the United States. From 2017 to 2018, he was a special assistant and associate counsel to U.S. President Donald Trump.

      Bash married Zina Gelman, who had also clerked for Judge Brett Kavanaugh.

      Notably, Sidney Powell also served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Western District of Texas.

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      • Gort says:

        John Bash is building an impressive resume, and I wonder if Barr may be grooming him as a future Attorney General.

        Possibly as soon as Don jr. second term?

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    • Mark says:

      Way too late. Why did Barr sit on his ass until June with an election approaching to start on this? Because Grinnel released the unmaking information to the public after Barr refused to do it through DOJ. Barr has known about this for months. Now he is forced to act.

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  2. littleanniesfannie says:

    I just hope we see some perp walks. And soon!

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    • Bill Durham says:

      Review review review. Bill Barr is another Trey Gowdy. Review to stall POTUS until November. Durham is another Huber. don’t fall for it. No one is going to gitmo, so just declass everything. Expose them! And get rid of fisa for good.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Yes, if Barr was serious about investigating unmasking, and holding people accountable, he would have assigned this attorney to investigate it, long ago.

        He is doing it now ONLY because the copious unmasking of Gen. Flynn has been made public, so now he assigns someone to do ANOTHER “Invstigate to exhonerate” investigation of unmasking.

        I suspect ONE of the,reasons there was so much unmasking of Flynn, was to make it harder to prove WHO leaked his name.

        After all, unmasking isn’t criminal, LEAKING the unmasked name, is.

        Makes for a LOT more possibles.
        And, looks like Dan Coates, as ODNI, was granting every request to unmask, without any restrictions. He was in on it, for sure!

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      • CTH Fan says:

        Patience Bill, the “Review” by Jensen led to Justice dropping General Flynn’s case. The fact that these attorneys have been assigned to John Durham’s team indicates that they are really digging into all of it. The way I see it, there will be more and more things uncovered. And each time there will be a deep dive into the facts. A different attorney for each case to make things go faster.

        The criminality runs deep and wide. So much to uncover and time is running out. We may just see other attorneys join them soon.

        The good news is that these attorneys are selected from states outside of DC.

        The more we see the non-redacted documents come out the more support there will be when things are finalized.

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      • Anon says:

        I had thought the same thing about Trey Gowdy, but after I listened to this, I have second thoughts: (start at 37:20)

        Trey Gowdy Podcast: Devin Nunes: The Origins of The Russia Probe

        https://radio.foxnews.com/podcast/trey-gowdy/

        They both say they tried to avoid seeing certain documents (even though that was their job, Congressional Oversight) because they felt they were being setup for an “obstruction of justice” charge by Andrew Weissmann and didn’t have the money to defend themselves. And Gowdy says Nunes would send him to the SCIF so that Nunes would not get in any more hot water than he already was (as Nunes was already under an ethics investigation in the House). And it sounded like Gowdy left Congress for just this reason. Gowdy saw them go after Mike Flynn, with no evidence, and felt he could be next…

        It seems like Mueller & Weissmann had all of DC living in fear… a Kafkaesque authoritarian environment, straight out of the old Soviet Union.

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      • hokkoda says:

        I would agree with you but for the fact that Jeff Jensen found large amounts of exculpatory information in Bob Mueller’s office, proving that Brandon Van Grack lied to the court and to Flynn, and which led to the DOJ moving to dismiss all charges against Flynn by specifically admitting that the entire prosecution of Flynn was bogus from Day 1.

        You have an IG do a review. You call in another US Attorney when you believe crimes have been committed that are specific to the unmasking issue, but which are a side show to the central investigation of a corrupt “Russia” investigation. Crimes such as leaking TS/SCI call transcripts – even the existence of these calls is TS/SCI – you don’t have to leak the transcript to commit a major SIGINT violation. It’s also a crime to request an unmasking and then share that unmasking with others who haven’t been authorized to receive that information. Those are all things that may have been going on in the Obama Administration which had little to do with the Russia hoax, but which are still crimes that have been uncovered.

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      • samwise163 says:

        Exactly Bill – I want to see the word “prosecute” or “execute“…. not review. Hate review. Tired of review.

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  3. Ray Runge says:

    This is May 27, 2020. There has been rampant crimes committed against POTUS Trump and his associates for the past 4 years. Multiple legal investigators and congressional criminal referrals have resulted in Zero indictments for all the criminal activity.

    Bill Barr’s continuing smoke screen and pretty bubble display is not able to obscure the fact that a lawless criminal justice system greets Trump every day.

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  4. Sam Gompers says:

    Did Barr not know about this before now?

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  5. suncc49 says:

    finally these pricks get to drain their resources for lawyers… go get em

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  6. Quarantine was rough on Sean

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  7. California Joe says:

    Seems kind of late in the game with barely five months until the election to bring in somebody new to look at unmaskings?

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    • FreyFelipe says:

      Not if you are trying to run out the clock as Barr sure seems to be.

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    • Big Jake says:

      As I’ve said ALL ALONG they’re running out the clock.

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      • Wow, you just “know so much!!!”

        Not. None of us know exactly what’s going on behind the scenes.

        But some of us sure can bray and eeyore about it on every thread!

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        • jeffsn4 says:

          And some of you Barr defenders can respond to every single one saying the exact same thing. Don’t be upset at us for pointing out the reality of the situation. Barr isn’t going to hold ANYONE accountable. If you can’t see that by now then you’re beyond help.

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    • Matthew LeBlanc says:

      Reminds me of a player who celebrates a big play when their team is down 20 points.

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    • Sherri Young says:

      The Flynn unmasking report was made available to AG Barr only a couple of weeks ago.

      According to John Solomon, the Deputy Secretary of the Treasury who requested an unmasking for December 14th was Sarah Raskin whose husband is far left Dimm congressman from Maryland, Jamie Raskin. He has TDS and sits on the House Judiciary Committee.

      Flynn definitely was not the only member of the Trump campaign to be unmasked.

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  8. lilann2012 says:

    Oh, look, squirrel…

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  9. J Gottfred says:

    I keep thinking of the appointment of John Huber in November 2017 to look at this Obamagate fiasco with no subsequent findings. Are we going down the same path again?

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    • threethreethreethistime says:

      Our “justice” system is beyond saving.

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      • palafox says:

        And once it is brought to light, and nothing gets done . . ., well, after that, the abuse of the citizenry will get much, much worse.

        The thing that gives me the best hope is that Trump must know that if they are not defeated, they will never stop punishing him or his family for trying to fix the problem:
        “It’s not enough to beat Trump. His kind must not rise again.”

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    • johnnybiface says:

      Was huber on a sailing trip around the world. He has produced nothing. That’s a disappointment.

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    • inspectorudy says:

      Sessions appointed him. Do you need anything more?

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    • hokkoda says:

      The purpose of Huber was to give the impression of an external probe while avoiding an obstruction of justice charge from Mueller. I’ve believed this for many years. Sundance has a post about it tonight, and we should all look at the Huber thing through the lens of “If Huber had actually tried to investigate this stuff, Mueller would have targeted Huber, Sessions and Trump by calling it obstruction of justice.” That’s why the instant Mueller was done, Durham almost immediately started “finding” all these things that lead us to the present day.

      I’d be willing to bet that John Durham has a grand jury and that this is also an open secret in Washington D.C. that us mere peasants are not permitted to know about yet.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Barr did say Huber was going to come to something but he never mentioned him again.

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    • Huber wasn’t tasked with Obamagate. He was tasked with the Clinton Foundation.

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    • BigTalkers says:

      Alabama is.. Disgraced AG Sessions is running for his old Senate seat again.

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  10. Durham is Huber 2.0.

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  11. frankmystery says:

    If Sean’s promoting this I will certainly not hold my breath. He’s been really weird lately. His radio show has turned into a megaphone on getting conservatives ok with wearing masks and other measures most freedom loving Patriots would not agree with. I think Sundance once said something like some speaking heads on Fox have longer leashes than others but eventually they get pulled. Sean’s is definitely being pulled. I don’t recognize him anymore, he’s completely out of lockstep with Rush these days.

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    • johnnybiface says:

      Hannity is an immense dork. I do appreciate Hannity’s giving a volume of voice to our side, but like SD said, he’s glad that Hannity invites people on his show that they can listen to him talk.

      On Hannity’s mask wearing virtue signal, that dork must have said that about 20 times per show. It’s really nauseating.

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      • rmramerica says:

        You nailed Hannity. All that and more wrapped in stupid. One of many unfortunately bad shows. The network has lost its way, particularly the many shows quality of production and content.

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      • BigTalkers says:

        “Nauseating” masks..? That’s a good one!

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    • sean says he’ll wear a mask to the games, and drink his beers through. a. straw.

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      • Teddie Dilks says:

        And he will eat hot dogs with the mask on also. Each time he has a new guest on, they get to hear all about it too. Then he treats him to his plan to open nail salons…like he goes to one. I do and the owners better have lots of cash to do all the crazy stuff he thinks they should do.

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    • AloftWalt says:

      I emailed Hannity several of the many studies available that refute the effectiveness of masks for preventing viral spread. Got crickets as a reply. He’s a real mask nazi these days and I can’t stand to listen to him anymore. Tick Tock

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      • frankmystery says:

        Exactly, covid has exposed Hannity as a controlled voice, in my opinion. There’s an extremely small handful of conservative voices left who seem truly free to talk and even then there’s topics they can’t touch without being shutdown. Frustrating times..

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    • cheryl says:

      I never watch his show anymore. He’s continuously patting himself on the back like he’s the one who broke the Mueller, Muh Russia, Flynn stories when it was actually people like Sundance who did the actual work.

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  12. Right to reply says:

    If they do nothing, we the people must do something!
    As for Hannity, he finally turned my stomach tonight as he went on about necks and his martial arts. He made a mans death all about himself. It was sickening!

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    • tuskyou says:

      He’s constantly harping on wearing a mask too. Every time he talks about his martial arts training I think of Kasich and his mailman dad. We know already!!

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    • frankmystery says:

      He randomly mentioned his “sharp” elbows on the radio implying his marital arts are well honed. So dumb. He can’t devote 3 minutes without praising himself and what’s worse is he thinks he’s being humble.

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    • COliberty says:

      Hannity let the video of the Minnesota black man’s death at the hands of the cop run on and on and on…it was sick and disgusting. It’s not like we haven’t already seen it, like everywhere already.

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      • WSB says:

        I had to turn the entire thing off. There is only so much one can take.

        And with so much other news tonight, they were obviously filling time so as not to report anything else.

        Sean has a stupid contract.

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        • Mo says:

          The narrative of the Democrat press will be whitey cop racist likely Trump supporter kills black suspect. All the other networks were blasting riot narrative all day hence The Hannity
          making sure everyone knows that President Trump and his supporters are not standing for what this cop did. The cop should be in jail period. The white Mayor should have had the cop(s) arrested instead of paid leave until the investigation concludes. The democrats cannot win if enough blacks vote for Trump. This shit is so obviously being manipulated by the Democrat Mayor.

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          • 1stgoblyn says:

            Remember all those race riots just a few years ago in Minneapolis when that muslem cop shot the unarmed Australian woman who had called the cops for help? Yeah, me neither. However many number of months/years he got in jail after he was finally arrested and convicted is the same number this white cop kneeling on the neck of Floyd should get. How much pressure was he putting on the guys neck anyway? Looked to me like he had his right knee on the pavement which would mean the pressure was all there. Why can’t people wait for the autopsy? Not giving him any out, but fair is fair, equal is equal.

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  13. FreyFelipe says:

    Every time Barr makes another appointment, it seems we just get further away from any justice. All this time and he is still staffing up. This could go on forever.

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    • Big Jake says:

      Or until January 2021 if Trump loses.

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    • butch cassidy says:

      These appointments gets this all further away from him and Trump. The media and the left keep trying to make Barr out to be Trumps personal attorney and their only real play here is accuse Trump of having a personal agenda with Barr doing the dirty work. Putting aside the fact that he doesn’t want to use untrustworthy D C DOJ prosecutors, outside prosecutors achieves this.

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  14. Rj says:

    Gonna ramp things up and then once the clock strikes 12 it’s all gonna disappear. These people one and all know exactly how to run the clock and to manipulate the statue of limitations.

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  15. FreyFelipe says:

    All this is like being on a treadmill. No matter how long you are on it, you never get anywhere.

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  16. Hannity knows karate.

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  17. Jambo says:

    I’ll settle for a list of every person who had an unauthorised third party NSA/FBI database search done on them, the dates of all those searches and names of those third parties.

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    • threethreethreethistime says:

      don’t hold your breath. It took us 4 years to get *some* unmaskings for Flynn alone.

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      • kleen says:

        Our agencies were infested with swampees. They were all over the place, they are still around but got their NSA superpowers taken away from them.
        Things are moving now, at least when it comes to exposing the terrorists.
        I’m not talking about justice/arrests because I have o idea what’s going with that. But publication of docs, definitely progress, after they disinfected the agencies and sent the rats packing.

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    • BigTalkers says:

      Not to mention those are simple indictments.. EACH ONE a felony count punishable by 10 years incarceration in a federal prison.

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      • BigTalkers says:

        Which in the case of Samantha Power alone (or whoever ‘stole’ her identity, and don’t think for a moment the NSA wouldn’t know exactly who that was) would amount to (300 x 10) 3,000 years!

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        • 1stgoblyn says:

          And Biden unmasking Flynn? Nah, I think someone else actually used his identity to do that unmasking. He was too far out of the loop on anything but Ukraine and China to know anything about anything else.

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  18. dasantacroce says:

    RICO Predicate Offenses.

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  19. threethreethreethistime says:

    Didn’t we hear just recently that the Durham “probe” was expanding based on something or other? Give it up folks, we’re getting tricked by the riverboat gamblers again.

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  20. RobD says:

    That picture of “old man” Hannity is f’n hilarious!

    “Tonight Sean Hannity invites Justice Dept. Spokesperson Kerri Kupec onto his television show so she could listen to him talk about it.” LMFAO!!!

    He’s that way on his radio show, too. Almost unbearable anymore. However, when it comes to defending the president, Hannity ranks at the top…no doubt about that!

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  21. Eliza Bria says:

    Yeah I read what Kerri said rather than listen to Hannity.
    Uck!

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  22. Skidroe says:

    I NEED A BIG PRESIDENT TRUMP RALLY! 40/50 K people!

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  23. alliwantissometruth says:

    “Rather, we conclude that these leaks highlight the need to change what appears to be a cultural attitude among many in the organization”

    Yeah, OK, a cultural attitude

    Grotesque corruption, abject criminality, a coup attempt against a lawfully elected President, the usurpation of governmental authority and the peoples power, treason and sedation. All of it equals “a cultural attitude”

    Hey Barr, some ethics classes and a little cultural training should clear it all up huh?

    Yeah, just a bit of cultural mischief

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  24. steviedawn says:

    It has taken them this long to get to that point? I’m not impressed.

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  25. HecklerDon says:

    Ummm…NO. Folks getting mightily confused it seems to me…

    First off, when exactly do ya’ll think the criminal SOL runs on unmasking? Seems to me, without researching it, that it would carry a 5-year criminal SOL. May be wrong but usually the federal criminal SOLs are a bit longer than, for instance, state law civil SOLs. Usually jumps from something like 3 years to a 5 year SOL.

    My take on it is that PDJT intends to keep these folks right under his thumb until election time to ensure not only max damage for election purposes but also to keep the ones who ultimately will not be indicted from ramping up their activity until after the election or otherwise becoming emboldened prior to the election, which could have damaging consequences somehow on PDJT’s reelection. But MOST importantly, I think PDJT intends to keep himself postured as the victim and not the aggressor or that of a power monger. For this reason, and because none of this will matter at all if PDJT is not reelected, I believe PDJT feels like there is only downside and no upside to taking action on a criminal level before November.

    And my suspicion is that PDJT has more input into timing that folks let on.

    But my perspective would change somewhat if someone informs that the criminal SOL will run on this stuff prior to the November elections.

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    • Sherri Young says:

      PDJT has said that he had stayed completely out of Barr and Durham’s work at Justice. I take him at his word.

      Durham obviously is dealing with a tremendously large and complex conspiracy case. It takes time. The prosecutions need to start as soon as Durham can get ready. People need to see the truth and justice meted out.

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      • HecklerDon says:

        Yes Sherri we can all agree that we wish things were moving faster, and even had occurred 3 yeas ago if it were possible. But the indictments (whatever they are, whenever they are, if they are at all) don’t need to come down before the election if they pose a risk of costing PDJT the election itself. Yes, folks need to see the truth and justice meted out, agreed, but that has nothing to do with the perfect timing that PDJT wants to use for it to go down, and that may well be AFTER the election…won’t amount to a hill of beans of difference as long as it actually occurs. If it doesn’t occur, we will all go ape $-hit wild! But this presumptuous by so many that they know better regarding the timing of things is absolutely killin me…

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  26. gda53 says:

    By the loud croaking and flapping of wings you can tell the Bill Barr bashers are flitting about tonight.

    You can bet that when the indictments come down they will either be squawking “too little too late”, or “where’s the beef?”. Or maybe “but Ruby Ridge…”.

    Bill Barr could walk across the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool carrying the severed heads of Comey and Brennan in his hands and they would be grumbling about how Grenell could have done it better. And faster. With more heads.

    Me, I still appreciate AG Barr, Because none of this s–t would be happening without him. None of it.

    So I’m going to just sit back and enjoy the show.

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    • HecklerDon says:

      Most intelligent and sensible comment in this thread right there…nice work..co-sign..right on..

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      • Dutchman says:

        Well, either your both right, in which case I eat crow, or your both WRONG,….but if you ARE wrong, will you admit it, or just slink off?

        Asking for a friend,..

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        • HecklerDon says:

          Slink off…what a trip…cause I’m so worried about my alter ego internet persona losing some cred…but I’ll admit, I’m not right ALL of the time, just ALMOST all of the time…

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          • Dutchman says:

            I’ve been here since the 2016 election, stuck it out through both sides of the Sessions wars, …
            Who the f*ck do you think YOU are, to tell ME to “slink off”??

            By Your account your right almost all the time. Again, I have 4 years of posts, AND a record of admitting when I have been wrong.

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            • HecklerDon says:

              Sir, you the one who said slink off. I was repeating it because it’s so absurd. I could care less what you are your buddy you asking for are worried about.

              And if you got fooled by Sessions, that’s on you. The man was far to rigid to truly have the goods. I couldn’t have foreseen the total weakness he displayed when folding like a wet pair of boots and recusing, but please tell me you weren’t a huge Sessions fan…

              Not so worried about your cred brah. Nor your years and posts. Just trying to make sense of this all and read for a LONG time before ever making a single post…like before POTUS ever even announced his candidacy…I got hooked on this site during the Jessica Chambers fiasco..unreal work done by folks on here back during that time, and it hasn’t dropped off a bit sense then…but you know what? As bad as it may burn you, for whatever reason cause I just can’t figure it out, there are at least some folks on here who do actually value and enjoy my wit, humor, and overall breath of knowledge about all of this garbage…so I’m not really tryin to study you, my man, despite your recent obsession with me..

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              • HecklerDon says:

                A slink off! Like a race among us to see whose slinky is fastest down the stairs! You are on Dutch, I accept your challenge to a slink off! Might have to dig pretty hard to find my ole slinky in my mom’s attic or something…not sure I still can locate it…been 35 years or something..but I’ll surely try!

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              • Dutchman says:

                If you truly were lurking here, than you must remember the Sessions wars, and how many defended Sessions, with the same arguments that are now being used to defend Barr/Durham.
                “It takes TIME to build an ‘airtight’ case, you only get one bite at the apple,..etc.

                And I started out believing in Sessions, and drawing on my own experiences in court to emphasise how the system is deliberately, intentionally set up to favor the defendant; speedy trial, right to council, presumption of innocence, burden of proof, reasonable doubt, admissable evidence, jury of 12 and unanimous verdict are ALL basic tenants of our criminal justice system put there by our founders, which benefit the defence over the prosecution.
                Because they detirmined that the injustice of an innocent man being convicted, was much less desirable than the injustice of a guilty man going free.

                I made this part of the argument for why Sessions and Huber had to take their time,…and there were many others also, in the Sessions “Defender” camp,…as there were Sessions DETRACTORS, as well. The arguments got quite heated, and bitter.

                A common argument of the defenders was to say PDJT appointed Sessions, so if you denigrate Sessions, you denigrate PDJT.
                Many were called “trolls” and later “rolcons” , whatever that is.

                Anyway, I posted my change, from Sessions defender to detractor, later than some but sooner than many.

                I “ate crow”, and as I have said, will do so again if I am wrong about Barr/Durham.

                Still waiting for anyone to logically and dispationately refute my fundamental argument;
                McConnell and Congressional Republican leadership were IN on the coup attempt.
                The coup attempt goes no where, without an impeachment, and politically a Republican majority House could NOT Impeach a,Republican POTUS TRUMP.

                So, Ryan HAD to deliver the Speakers gavel to Pelosi, which he DID.
                McConnel has had no hearings on the coup, for 3 1/2 years BECAUSE he was in on the original insurance policy, and the ongoing coverup.

                So, he WOULD NOT confirm Barr, unless he KNEW Barr would sit on it, and therefore Barr would not appoint Durham, unless HE was confident Durham would not indict.

                Either refute Congressional Republican leadership being ‘in on’ the coup, or if you acknowledge their complicity, explain why they would appoint Barr, unless they knew he would cover up, paint over, be a “cleaner” rather than a housecleaner?

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                • HecklerDon says:

                  Ok ok ok Dutch. I’m not getting any deeper on the Sessions stuff. I should have never even commented on that and don’t really even know what it’s being discussed now. I retract my Sessions comment to you, sir.

                  As for the Congressional RINOS being in on the coup, my personal opinion is slightly different but not much, not much at all. First off I wanna make clear that I am NOT a republican. Nor am I a democrat. I think the whole beltway is filthy and the deep state, in my view, is just about all of em except for about 4-5 folks. I personally am a CONSERVATIVE, with even some moderate and/or libertarian leans on some issues. Frankly you could just call me a “Trumpican” bc PDJT is just about the only human in politics I truly trust (along with Nunez, Meadows, and a few others..). But my view is that the Republican RINOS live in fear that these leftists will destroy them personally if they become sticks in the proverbial mud. I think also some of the fringe folks who weren’t in the middle of the committees, gang of 8, whatever, were just terrified and believed that at least some type of evidence existed that Trump had been in communications with Russians. Seems so insanely stupid to me. Just use common sense. The Russians really just wanna cause dissension, devalue our faith in the election process, and cause us to rot and corrode from the inside out. But to the extent they “wanted” a certain candidate to win, it certainly would have been Hillary. She posed zero threat to them, whereas Trump was a totally loose cannon and someone with big ole balls who could hurt em.

                  As for the RINOS right up in the middle of the committee meetings and whatnot, such as loser, pathetic Paul Ryan, I think these guys were and remain classic deep state. They only care about maintaining their power and greedily enhancing their own wealth. I think they knew good and well that this was a fiction, but other than McCain, and maybe Paul Ryan, I’m not sure many actively took steps to HELP the coup, but rather sat idly by and let it all happen despite knowing it was a fiction.

                  As for why they would confirm Bill Barr, I don’t know that I have a super solid view. My guess would be that he is a man of the highest and utmost character who had served the country and proven himself and a stable individual for many years. And also that he was big buds with several of these FBI/CIA folks (and Mueller himself, in fact). So I think they thought Barr gave them the best chance of anyone Trump might appoint. Luckily, Bill Barr IS a man of the highest degree of character, not perfect but a great great patriot, and he has stood up for justice and is not going to dare railroad any of these crooks but does have the fortitude to investigate this thing carefully. And if the goods truly are there, if he and his team become completely convinced they can prove every element of a federal crime beyond a reasonable doubt, I have no doubt that he will support indicting them. Two wrongs don’t make a right though, so I think he won’t entertain bringing a marginal or “decent” case (maybe a good case but a case with a serious flaw or two that risks the failure to convict and sets the country back even more than where it already stands by perpetuating the new trend of politically motivated criminal indictments).

                  But no, I’m not quite with you all the way on your idea that there was this big time linkage among this chain of events/appointments/confirmations under which these folks all KNEW that Barr would cover things up, and thus would appoint Durham who also would cover things up…etc. etc. I’m not at all in agreement about that point you make…

                  Overall I think we are seeing eye to eye a little better now though. But don’t think for one second that I’m gonna let you out of this slink off that you’ve proposed, a challenge that I confidently and proudly accepted. The slink off is ON, my man…better get ready and get to practicing…

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                • Dutchman says:

                  Sessions came into it because the debate about Barr, cleaner or housecleaner is JUST like the debate about Sessions with “trust the plan”, and I think I brought it up in that context.

                  Nevertheless, I aknowledge your retraction.

                  I look at it like Congress is NOT 535, Its really 4; the minority and majority leaders of both parties.
                  They control the congressional reelection funds and how they are dispersed, committee assignments which are the route to major PORK and legalised bribery, etc.

                  And, coming from “safe” districts, they can sit in them for years.

                  So, WHY fight each other, when by working together they can have SO MUCH POWER, which after all is what attracts them to D.C.?

                  I have been a registered Republican since old enough to vote.
                  And I have seen my party steadily and consistently SAY the things I believed in, but not DO the things I wanted.
                  For awhile I believed the lie “Republicans, the party of stupid!” but when I saw first Fast/Furious, then IRS/Tea Party, THEN Benghazi,…..each a scandal that could and should have ended Obama at one term, that SHOULD have been exploited by Republicans in Congress, for political advantage and WASN’T,…I said “WTF?!!”

                  I began calling myself Conservative, in the era of William F Buckley, and watched the Goldwater campaign.

                  And, thru Reagan I was still a Conservative. But then I watched as the conservative ‘brand’ was steadily diminished.

                  When Romney said “I’m a true Conservative!”,…after cleaning up the vomit, I said “I will never call myself a Conservative, again! I AM Conservative, but not A conservative.”

                  Read what is referred to as the “autopsy report” put out by Republican party committee, after the 2012 election.

                  The strategy it advocates is a need to get more youth, women, blacks and hispanics to vote Republican, and that the way to do that is to advocate and pass comprehensive immigration reform, including a path to citisenship.

                  And, they all embraced that, as the “plan”, Jeb, Kasich, Marco, Christie, …all the Republican party leadership.

                  Then DJT descended the escalator, and thru a rock thru their plate glass window.

                  And he galvanised the base the party had spit on, ignored or given lip service to, for so many years.
                  He took the lead, early on and kept it. They knew they couldn’t deny him the nomination.

                  And, they recognised the threat, to THEM if he got in.

                  After all, they were overcooked hamburgers, and “we” had been fed overcooked hamburger for so many years, we got used to it.
                  DJT was a medium rare steak, and once we tasted that, there was no way we were going to accept overcooked hamburger, again.
                  I think Republicon leadership saw the threat of DJT, early on,…and also was well aware of, and IN on, the political spying, as Sundances articles have convinced me they were ‘in on’ Benghazi’s Operation Zero footprint.
                  They were ‘in on’ IRS/TEA PARTY, thats obvious, as THEY were the beneficiaries.
                  And, I suspect they were aware of, complicit in Fast/Furious.
                  THATS why Gowdy lanced the boil, but in the end found no culpability.
                  I don’t mean EVERY Senator, most just follow orders,..but the Gang of Eight, and a few others run the place.

                  Mueller was appointed head of FBI, under Bush, and thats when he instituted “7 and out” to remake the FBI.

                  The dossier, with salascious unverified crap was initially a REPUBLICAN operation, remember. Until he got the nomination, then it was handed off to Dems, just like,Ryan handed off the Speakers gavel.

                  As you say, believeing DJT was a russian agent insanely stupid.
                  They KNEW it wasn’t true, cause they created the lie.
                  McConnell and Ryan are dupliscious, corrupt, etc. but they are NOT “insanely stupid”.

                  Have you truly researched Bill Barrs resume? Frankly, he is about as honorable as Mueller.
                  And suggest you read Representative Ghomerts op-ed on Mueller.
                  He recounts all that was known about Mueller, BEFORE he was appointed SC. The whitey bulger stuff, anthrax framings, etc.
                  And then points out how anyone, knowing that history, could say (on camera no less)
                  “Mueller is an ‘HONORABLE’ man, and his investigation must continue’. Is a Rino, and not to be trusted. The “Ghomert test” I call it.
                  And Mitch sang it loud, and Graham, Cornyn, Thune etc ALL sang along with Mitch.
                  By the way, it was Durham that investigated the Whitey Bulger mess, and couldn’t make a case.
                  In the run up to the 2018 mid terms, the Republican Congressional leadership should have been supporting what Nunes was doing, simply as good politics.
                  And yet NOTHING then, or since then, in the Senate.
                  WHY aren’t they aggressively holding hearings?
                  Instead, Nunes and Jordan are fighting a Senate Republican majority that pretends the biggest political scandal in history never happened!

                  Thats not passive, they are actively blocking ANY exposure, just as they are hamstringing PDJT’S legislative agenda.

                  As for the slink off contest, I never could get my slinky to go down the steps. It would always stop after one step.:-(

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                • HecklerDon says:

                  Dutchman! My brother! Your 3:58 post (while I couldnt find a link to reply to it directly) is MONEY! Loved it. Very interesting stuff. Best post I’ve read today. My compliments, sir. And it sounds like we actually are pretty dang like minded folks cause I was diggin basically every point you made there…

                  Also glad you found at least some slight humor in my lil “slink off” dig there, too…

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              • Peoria Jones says:

                The Jessica Chambers discussions here were totally riveting. It was the Petraeus/Kelly twins story that brought me to CTH. I wish Sundance had more time to focus on issues like that, instead of this never-ending coup – but thankful that he’s here to master this critical subject and expose it for posterity. It’s a full-time job.

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        • gda53 says:

          No slinking. My defence of Barr has always been based on the FACT that he came along and saved PDJT. Don’t see how that can be disputed. And, to my mind at least, he has not done anything since to make he mistrust him. Quite the opposite.

          Now does he wish to save the institutions? And could that interfere with what PDJT (and many others) deserve to have happen? Well, yes and yes.

          But he’s got plenty rope from me to lasso the bad guys – RICO doesn’t happen overnight, and it’s only been 15 months so far since he entered the fray.

          We are so far advanced in the last 15 months versus the first 24 it’s not even measurable. And much of that is thanks to Bill Barr.

          Now maybe what he’ll do with all that rope is hang himself, but I don’t think so.

          I’m hoping, regardless of his possible original intentions of “putting institutions first!” (and all that might entail in perverting justice for PDJT), that good old “unintended consequences” will win out in the end.

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          • Dutchman says:

            The Mueller investigation had reached the point where it had to end, it was becoming a liability to the coupists, and it was obvious it wasn’t working in its primary goal, which was to prod PDJT into firing them, so they could allege Obstruction and Abuse of Power, and Senate Repubs would be able to justify saying they would vote to impeach, cause “this is just like Nixons Saturday nite massacre, and even POTUS isn’t above thecm Law!”
            But, it was obvious PDJT wasn’t going to fall for that, or the perjury trap, and so they had to have an ‘exit strategy’, and thats what Barr gave them, escorting Rosenstien out the door, pension intact.

            No “saving” of PDJT, it was cleaning up a mess that the coupists needed to end.
            IMHO

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            • gda53 says:

              You almost make it sound as though the Mueller gang were relieved that Barr came along and relieved them of their burden. A “liability to the coupists” eh?

              Perhaps you are right, but I’m not buying it. If that were so then Whittaker (see the Obstruction of Justice Trap” thread) is lying through his teeth, and Mueller’s ravening hyenas were mere pussycats.

              How come everyone else was cowed by Mueller’s gang promising to hit everyone who said a peep against them with Obstruction, yet Barr was able to bust it up once he came on board?

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              • jeffsn4 says:

                Dutch is spot-on. Barr ending Mueller’s bs was Act I in his whole “Make it appear I’m on Trump’s side” movie that is still playing nationwide. Some of you will just not admit that Barr is a con-man. Some of us see it plain as day. You need to wake the F up, Barr is playing you.

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              • Dutchman says:

                My view,
                Goals of Mueller investigation.
                A) the “Costanza gambit”, get PDJT to fire them, to have grounds for Obstruction and Abuse of Power.
                B) To get someone who can be portrayed as being in DJT’s ‘inner circle’ to ‘flip’ and testify to DJT wrongdoing.
                C) to ‘dirty him up’ with leaks to the press.
                Bearing in mind what we know they did with Flynn, lets look at Cohen.
                He (Cohen) sees M/W illegally sieze transition team records.
                He sees what they do to Manafort, who tries to fight the charges; allege witness intimidation to get held without bail, in solitary and long sentence.
                They raid Cohens offices and homes, and charge him with ‘process crimes’, totally ignoring attorney client priviledge.
                A/C priviledge CAN legally be pierced; if the prosecution can demonstrate the attorney and client are commiting a CRIME, a violation of criminal statutes, they CAN ‘legally’ pierce priviledge.
                W/M didn’t, but that didn’t matter.
                I have no idea what “taxi medallions” are, but I suspect the violations Cohen was charged with are things many who own taxi medallions could be charged with, but lets look at “bank fraud” charge.
                Cohen and his wife applied for a bank loan. Under assets, they listed a rental property they owned.
                They were letting their adult daughter live in it, rent free.
                No doubt if they NEEDED the income, they could have told her she would have to pay rent, or move out so they could rent it out, but they didn’t need the money.
                And, once the loan was approved, the bank didn’t care, so long as the Cohens made their loan payments, which they did.
                Never the less, a TECHNICAL violation of Bank fraud.
                Sidney Powells co-author for her latest book, previously wrote “3 Felonies a day”; the premise is the average adult commits 3/ day, without realising it, more if you own a business.
                So, they very publically raid his homes, offices, etc.
                They threaten to charge his wife with bank fraud as well, since she also signed the loan papers.
                Obviously, DJT can do NOTHING to help him.

                So, he hires a longtime Clinton lawyer to ‘represent’ him (actually, to be a ‘beard’, in order to ‘sell’ the deal).

                After some back and forth, he “cuts a deal”; the prosecutors won’t charge his wife, will give him minimum sentence on the 6 “felonies” in min security “club fed”, and in exchange he will plead guilty to a “campaign finance violation”, and whats more, he will say DJT instructed him to ‘commit’ this campaign finance violation, AND he will testify to this in CONGRESS!
                Weismann jumped at the deal, and the papers were signed, ….
                Only problem is, campaign finance violation ISN’T a CRIME; its a CIVIL violation, and pretty much every campaign has them, and pays the fine. Obama had a BUNCH of them.
                He might as well have said “I’ll plead guilty to the 6 felonies, and in addition I’ll plead guilty to chewing gum, AND say that DJT GAVE me the gum, and TOLD me to chew it.

                Then, when he went up to testify to Congress, he told so many obvious but not material lies, that he totally destroyed his credibility as a witness, and by association actually damaged the anti-Trump effort.

                It was actually a brilliant, unorthodox way to address what M/W was doing.

                And then theres the Russians.
                Only reason for bringing the charges was to prop up the “Russians interfered in election” narrative, and they never expected the Russians to contest,…but they did.
                The company they indicted didn’t even EXIST in 2015, and was only picked because the owner was Putins caterer.

                So, exposed as a fraudulent case, and eventually dropped.

                This is why I say M/W ‘investigation’ had ‘run its coarse’, become an embarrasment of diminishing returns, and from the standpoint of the coupists, needed to be shut down.

                Barr was doing THEM a ‘favor’ and in typical “cleaner” fashion, cleaned up the mess, allowing Rosie to exit with pension, Weismann to go teach law, and Mueller (after much delay for extra rehearsals) to play the azheimers card.
                NO ONE held accountable, for this fraud on the American people.
                But Barrs an honorable man?
                Yeah, and so is Mueller,…just ask McConnell, Graham etc.
                They said so, so it MUST be true.

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            • HecklerDon says:

              Disagree 100% that anything was already over and folks were looking for a way out. Weismann was just on the brink of indicting Don Jr. It’s apparent this is his “go-to” move…to terrorize folks by threatening to put their loved ones, particularly children and/or wives, in prison. Did it with former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen. Did it with General Flynn, our awesome war hero, despite him being a lifelong democrat. Tried to mess with pop about his girlfriend if I recall. And broke down Stone’s door with the mob squad, complete with something akin to amphibious craft even coming down the canal behind his house, all with CNN having been given the heads up and sitting there filming, which had to completely terrorize Stone’s BLIND wife who to this day likely is languishing alone and scared, although I don’t know that for a fact.

              Barr cut him down almost immediately and threw his azz OUT. For that, this country should forever grateful and indebted to him.

              C’mon now Dutch. Can you name for me any time in Weismann’s career when he quit on a case because he didn’t have the goods? That’s hardly even part of his evil, snake infested war chest of tactics. He MAKES the evidence…fabricates it… so no sir, can’t get down with this idea that Mueller was in control of Weismann or that Weismann was giving up on ANYTHING any time soon…Weismann was bout to get medieval and go for PDJT’s jugular…which, if PDJT has any kryptonite whatsoever, that would be it. His son going to prison and sitting behind bars when he did nothing wrong, all because of his dad’s involvement in politics..

              Not by a long shot suggesting that would have broken PDJT because I don’t believe he has any kryptonite. I believe he’s one of the 5 greatest geniuses to ever walk the face of the planet and is being used by God, touched by God’s providential hand, to answer the prayers of the millions of righteous in this country who’ve been praying for a decade or more for a gift to help us turn this country around..

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              • Dutchman says:

                Agree with your last paragraph, so at least we agree on PDJT.

                I believe ALL those outrageous tactics you describe, (forgot illegally siezing the transition committee records) were done with ONE primary objective; to trigger PDJT into firing the Mueller team, in order to create political grounds for impeachment, by associating it with Nixons Saturday nite massacre, SO THAT Republicans in Senate would have political cover to SAY they would vote to impeach, so that,PDJT would resign.
                In other words Watergate 2.0.

                And as you know if you were lurking here,as long as you say, there,were PLENTY on this site, urging and imploring PDJT to “Fire Mueller, Sessions and Rosie!”

                Sure, going after Don Jr. WOULD have been the next step, but they realised it was a bridge too far.
                WE would not have stood still for it. Once they realised PDJT wasn’t going to fire them (what I call the,”Costanza gambit” of trying to get fired) they really had no plan “B”, or exit strategy.

                And I don’t buy Mullers act for a minute, nor do I think he was passive in the investigation.

                Weismann is a pitbull on a chain, and he hears and follows his masters voice.

                Cohen played Weismann, and it was a disaster, and an embarrasment.
                The Case against the Russians, who actually showed up to contest, another embarrassment.
                No, it had exhausted itself, by the time Barr oversaw its wind down.

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              • Dutchman says:

                Good nite, WAY past my bedtime, lol

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          • donna kovacevic says:

            What was Barr’s problem that he had to say that PDJT tweeting is making his job harder? Odjebi, Barr and do your job like Ric Grenell, the man did.

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            • HecklerDon says:

              Barr’s problem with that is that if he is to accomplish anything whatsoever to right this country, which I believe was his sole basis for coming out of retirement, he CANNOT allow a picture to be painted that he is essentially akin to Obama’s Holder…totally controlled by the president and totally politically motivated.

              So then, wen Barr was studying the issue at hand, can’t recall exactly what it was, but Barr had made his mind up and determined to go into the office the following morning and set some things straight. Well then, doggone it if PDJT, the early riser that he is, didn’t hop up outta bed and start tweeting like a sonofagun. And among his tweets were urgings to Barr to take this same action that Barr already had made his mind up to take (because it was the right decision, the right decision for Barr to make, and Trump was all over it and knew it was the right decision to make, both of them reached the right conclusion but separately because they can’t dare talk about it cause you know Barr will be asked about whether they discussed these matters and must be able to emphatically say “no”).

              But then, Trump’s tweets put him in a horrible position..a position where he almost just had to go the other way and not do the right thing (which, that’s not what he ultimately did) because again, the last thing he wants is to allow the media to paint the picture and support it with evidence that Barr is a puppet of Trump’s who is carrying out a political agenda at Trump’s behest. This is exactly what Barr hopes to change about what’s been happening.

              So, if you actually listen to the whole interview instead of the fake news way they cut it up into snippets and changed the meaning of what Barr was saying that day, you will understand that Barr had to do the right thing, but he also had to come out with a firm statement to tell the world, “yeah, when the President tweets like that at 4:00 a.m., telling me how to do my job, then yeah, it puts me in a horribly awkward position because then when I go ahead and do the right thing, which I was gonna do anyway, everyone will say I’m merely a partisan hack. So yeah, I wish he would stop doing that to me. It makes my job harder.”

              There you go. Of all my views, my view on this issue may be one of my very strongest in my opinion. I think it’s total BS what folks are doing/saying about Barr, including the folks right here on this site who should be counted on NOT to go down that road and just adding fuel to the fire regarding the Dems and their portrayal of Barr as partisan or somehow otherwise not impartial and doing his job serving the United States of America.

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            • 1stgoblyn says:

              Donna, it was i/r/t the Stone sentencing. I had to refresh my memory b/c I kept thinking it was about the Flynn case. Found this:
              https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/barr-blasts-trumps-tweets-stone-case-impossible-job/story?id=68963276

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          • regitiger says:

            And, to my mind at least, he has not done anything since..

            I just accurately fixed that for you…please tip your waitress have a good evening..

            seriously…I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt.

            please catch up…

            at every single moment in this saga, it’s very obvious that when it was critically important for BARR AND DURHAM to drop some indictments, make some arrests, they did NOT.

            we have the benefit (and anger) NOW KNOWING THEY KNEW THESE WERE CRIMES THAT A SOLIDLY PROSECUTABLE!!! MANY OF THEM.

            and yet, for nearly two years…nothing..but strong talking points….and animated hand waving, and a whole NINE prosecutors assigned to one of the LARGEST CONSPIRACIES INVOLVING A DIRECT COUP AGAINST A CANDIDATE AND PRESIDENT…OF A SCALE NEVER BEFORE SEEN IN US HISTORY.

            He did nothing while General Flynn languished in legal persecution directly attributed to criminal conduct from his own DOJ..and HE KNEW THIS. KNEW IT. and did nothing.

            please continue to sing his praises….please……don’t!

            catch up….look at the entire thing..

            and tell me there was some higher priority going on that makes sense to this delay..that continues to this day.. One person who has decided already what he is going to pursue….and it’s clear to me and many other following this very closely..paying attention to every single aspect of his performance..this guy is wrong way and a dead beat to the rule of law and fair justice. Just a cleaner…nothing more…and definitely not someone who is to be trusted …your hope and faith in this man is very misguided.

            Barr is the law enforcement equivalent of Mcconnell in the senate. He could care less about doing the right thing. It’s just not something he finds worthy of his effort.

            not one arrest…not one indictment.

            even gave a pass for comey ….just ..like…that.

            who does that? given the evidence of a criminal violation?

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            • HecklerDon says:

              I’ll tell you who. One who doesn’t want to fiddle with small potatoes and blow his wad and credibility on a case against Comey that’s been looked at and is much more marginal/less important than the big ticket, which is what they are looking at now. One who does not want to take an action right this second without letting the investigation play completely out using the detail, time and attention that normally is undertaken all for the sake of rushing something out and making things worse, potentially. One who also doesn’t want to take an action that backlashes and equips the leftists with ammo to convince Americans that Trump is not the victim he claims to be, but instead a dictator controlling prosecutions and doing with political motivations, and thereby jeopardize Trump’s odds of being reelecting by potentially causing him to lose those all-important swing states like Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, swinging the election. And lastly, one who understands that if Trump is not reelected, all this is for naught and will be undone, so there is no use in rushing around and putting the election at risk. Do it right, take your time, let PDJT do what he does (WIN), and then after the election, burn these clowns to the frickin ground with a case that’s been manicured and with 4 years of Trump presidency ongoing all while the criminal case (after indictments) proceeds forward. That’s who.

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        • HecklerDon says:

          WAIT! I just put it together…you mean like a slinky! Like that toy that would crawl down the stairs on its own that we all used to have as kids! Got it, understand better now!

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    • Summer says:

      What show?

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    • regitiger says:

      comey and brennan have all but severed their own heads, delivered them on a silver platter and are now mounted above his fireplace…with fact evidence, and material witnesses and record proof…the dang blood is soaking his carpet…

      come on man…what malarkey to suggest that barr is somehow going to have a come to jesus moment …this was the CRIME OF THE CENTURY….one that continued and continued and continued.

      9 prosecutors assigned to durham…nine! let me say that again,…not 80, not 50, not 20…not even 10….NINE!

      and what does BARR and Durham has to show for work that has been KNOWN TO THEM FOR ALMOST TWO YEARS NOW>>>TWO LONG ADDITIONAL YEARS THAT FLYNN HAS LANGUISHED AND HAD HIS LIFE DESTROYED DIRECTLY ATTRIBUTED TO CRIMINAL FRAUD BY DOJ/FBI? THAT BARR AND DURHAM KNEW ABOUT AND DID NOTHING…

      oh sure, they threatened some jail time for a jackwagon in connecticut who made adam schiface nervous. too them all but two weeks to close that case. Great use of the Durham team, of nine crack g-men isn’t it?

      Look..I get it ..you want to believe…I suppose that makes sense..the alternate is very very tragic isn’t it? Ruby Ridge was likewise tragic…twice!! justice delayed, and then denied…Barr…ever the consummate professional eh?

      Barr should he ever do what needs to be done, will always be seen, correctly the most ridiculously slow response to a conspiracy of violations of law so staggeringly dangerous, that he should never ever be allowed to work in the justice system. In these parts when you fail to make an arrest for crimes where the evidence is so clear, as to require just picking up the dead severed heads as proof…well, walking across a damned bridge shouldn’t require nearly two years of navel gazing.

      Why this President hasn’t curb stomped this waste of oxygen is the biggest mystery. I can only surmise that the President is dealing with something like a pandemic that has destroyed the economic, that we are in a trade and near military conflict with china, and there is an election coming up, and the corrupt congress is panting at the notion they will establish another run at impeachment if he so much as fails to recognize barr’s nephews birthday.

      Barr doesn’t get any prizes for DOING HIS JOB!!

      lets get that square.

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      • HecklerDon says:

        Yeah well Barr likewise doesn’t deserve to be getting his teeth kicked down his throat by folks who supposedly are aligned with his stated mission “FOR DOING HIS JOB,” as you correctly point out.

        You are very emphatic, which I can appreciate. So let me be a little emphatic as well: Can’t you get it that it does not matter whether indictments come down before or after November in terms of what ultimately will happen with the prosecutions? And can’t you understand that PDJT may have reasons in mind that you maybe aren’t privy to or don’t fully understand or whatever that may be reason to just line all this up, release the info, but not go forward with the actual frogmarches until AFTER PDJT seals the deal and gets his reelection handled and in the books?

        This thing is PDJT’s to lose at this point. The Dems don’t have anything close to a viable candidate this cycle. I don’t care what the fake polls say six months out from the election, what I’m saying is the truth. It may well be a landslide, in fact. When you are in such a position, you know what you do? DON’T SCREW IT UP. CHILL. WIN THE THING. THEN LET’S ROLL ON FOR FOUR MORE YEARS AND SEE WHAT KINDA MUDHOLE CAN BE STOMPED IN THESE CREEPS A-HOLES FOR THOSE ROUGHLY 1,400 DAYS THAT WILL BE COMING.

        It’s like, you say what you say and then pose these questions like there are no reasonable answers that are conceivable. Then I go and give the plausible answers to your questions and explain how it actually IS very conceivable. And then you go and just restate your point again, regardless…all the while talking down to folks like you are smarter than others who don’t agree with you with the cute little phrases like “cmon folks, catch up now.” Nah sir, it’s YOU who needs to catch up. What you are saying reeks of anger and bitterness not calm cool collected strategy. This is the Jedi master of strategy we are talking about. The frickin Yoda of strategy..PDJT!

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    • KMD says:

      Thank you, gda53…in agreement!

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    • jeffsn4 says:

      I would happily admit I’m wrong if Barr delivers some justice but I’m absolutely certain he’s just going to continue the cover-up. 100% confidence. At what point will YOU admit that you’ve been duped? January 2021 when the new potus deep sixes everything? (Let’s be real, the Dem’s are going to rig this by forcing everyone to vote by mail. They aren’t going to let him win. In a fair election he’d win in a landslide.)

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  27. T2020 says:

    “Tonight Sean Hannity invites Justice Dept. Spokesperson Kerri Kupec onto his television show so she could listen to him talk about it.” SD cracks me up!😆

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  28. Mongo Mere Pawn says:

    The question remains unanswered. Who did the FBI subcontractors surveil when they accessed the NSA database between November 2015 and April 2016? Admiral Rogers has known for 4 years. Judge Colyer has known for 4 years. IG Horowitz investigated FISA abuse for almost 3 years.

    We reasonably suspect that some of the 85% unauthorized searches targeted then Candidate Trump, members of his family, members of his campaign, and members of his business enterprises, but for some reason those who know the truth, including AG Barr, refuse to confirm or allay our suspicions. One would think AG Barr and IG Horowitz would want to allay our suspicions if there is no evidence of such abuse. Instead, crickets.

    Critically, if ANY of those searches targeted any of the other Republican presidential candidates or their campaigns during that time frame, say, Senator Cruz or Senator, now Chair SSCI Dondi, the Russian collusion narrative is utterly destroyed and the Obama Administration’s domestic political espionage is conclusively proven. Perhaps that is why we hear crickets? Perhaps AG Barr and IG Horowitz and Judge Colyer have conclusive proof of domestic political espionage that makes Watergate look like a second rate burglary, but think the country cannot withstand its disclosure?

    AG Barr is trying to conduct a cover up knowing full well that we very well know what happened. The fact that he refuses to allay our suspicions about the results of Admiral Rogers’ April 2016 audit, four years after the fact, confirms his intent to maintain the cover up, Durham’s investigation notwithstanding.

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  29. inspectorudy says:

    Man! Some of you have been locked down too long! Barr is our last best hope of stopping this crap and a lot of you are saying he is as bad as Huber! WTF are you drinking? Do any of you know how hard it is to win a big profile DC case? Does Sand Burger ring any bells? Caught stealing top-secret documents and had his law license revoked! Valerie Plame case? The wrong guy was nailed because of a process crime, not the real perp who was never charged. These upcoming indictments have to be rock solid or they will walk. Look at what Barr has had to do to get many of the documents. How many have been quietly destroyed? The “Missing” 302’s from the Flynn interview. Has there ever been a missing 302 before in FBI history? You people act like Barr has the support of the DoJ. He doesn’t! They are mostly handpicked by eric holder because of their biases. When he asks for something it may take an extra week to “Find” it. He is a true patriot and the unfair treatment on this site is regrettable.

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    • Dutchman says:

      McConnell confirmed Barr, Bush reccomended him.
      Nuff said.

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      • MustangBlues says:

        Dutchman says:
        May 28, 2020 at 12:31 am
        ”McConnell confirmed Barr, Bush reccomended him.
        Nuff said.”’

        Guess that is it.

        Then, of course, the choice is Biden, Pelosi, Schumer, Nadler, Schiff, et al.

        That is who will lead us to the promised land, right dutchman???

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        • Dutchman says:

          Are you nuts? I don’t even understand your question.

          No, after the 2020 election, Barr and Wray will be invited to leave, and PDJT will either do as he has at least twice SAID he could do, take over the DOJ directly, or use a grennel type manuever to get a real A.G., and in either case clean out the stable.
          PDJT is directly confronting McConnell, and winning, on several fronts, which is vital.

          The Grennel/Ratcliffe is ONE, the FISA another. Remember McConnell AND BARR wanted FISA renewal, with NO changes and no debate.
          It was what I call “Team Trump”, i.e. Nunes, Jordan etc. and a few supportive in the media that changed the dynamic to where Republicans HAVE to vote against it.

          There will be more legislative tricks, but in the end I believe PDJT will prevail, cause he is NOT gonna let this go.

          So, thats what my chipped, scratched and fogged up chrystal ball says, ….
          Oh, and Biden WILL be the Dem Nominee,…and Dems will NOT be able to cheat enough to overcome the tremendous vote for PDJT, you can cheat when its,50/50 enough to reverse the results of an election, not when its 60/40, or 70/30.
          IMHO

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    • Brutalus says:

      Convictions would be nice down the road after the election, but right now we need the optics of pre-dawn raids and arrests, perp walks, court appearence sketches, and media chasing these bastards down the courthouse steps

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      • HecklerDon says:

        Wha?? Why? Two wrongs don’t make a right. It’s like you are saying you’d like POTUS to go and emulate the atrocious conduct that his enemies have displayed. How about POTUS stay calm and cool and keep taking these bozos to school like he’s been doing for 5 years.. Pre-dawn raids? Hell naw. Those are reserved solely for flight risks who are liable to come out with a screaming AK-47 if you wait until after dawn. Not for white collar folks like this. This is the exact type of things that have been SO SO WRONG about the way the leftists have been handling things. This isn’t some tit for tat game amongst 4th graders. They are evil. They do wrong in the worst way. That doesn’t mean you simply do evil, wrong things back to them. It means to reel them in, handle it the right way, and gut every one of these folks in due time when it’s perfectly ripe to go forward…

        More generally, to all, can’t you folks see how terribly it could be spun (and would dovetail perfectly with the fake news media’s narrative for years now re: Trump being a dictator) if things were to start poppin off like that right this second? I can see it now. The headlines will read, “In preparation for the upcoming election, Trump does exactly what the Nazi’s would have done. He’s going out and eliminating his candidates before the election even gets here, doing it by force using the DOJ as his right hand. He knew he would lose, so he simply had his opponents arrested.”

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  30. WSB says:

    Hannity will never get to the bottom of anything.

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    • Erik Heter says:

      The bag of Funyons disagrees.

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    • emeraldcoaster says:

      You need to give him a break. The guy has been busy training for MMA (7 straight years!), honing his marksmanship skills, giving De Blasio time on-air (and making the Marxist appear smart!) and talking over every guest except The Great One. I obviously can’t stand him, but my wife just says “bless his heart” and leaves the room. Yeah, she’s the smart one.

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    • bruzedorange says:

      I trust Hannity to get to the bottom of

      the hour before thanking his guest (who got bored and left 10 minutes earlier).

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  31. Doppler says:

    Huber Durham Jenson and Bash, it has a certain rhythm to it.

    The Four Horsemen of the Great Awakening?

    Or the four wheels falling off the cart of justice?

    At Graham’s Committee, Rod Rosenstein will either reveal himself as part of the plan all along, and all will be explained, or more likely he’ll waste more of our time fiddling while America burns.

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  32. hokkoda says:

    Good to hear Kupek say that DOJ will also weigh in as the DC Circuit Court of Appeals gets involved in the Flynn case. I almost wonder if they’re waiting to see what Sullivan says first. DOJ wasn’t ordered to produce a response in 10 days…Sullivan was. Although Kupek says that DOJ plans to reiterate what it said in the motion to dismiss, I can’t help but think they’re going to look at what Sullivan says and take some shots at this in their response.

    The problem Bash is going to run into as he reviews the unmasking is that all roads lead to Barack Obama and Joe Biden.

    It’s also a sign that the “worst case scenario” for Barr is unfolding. This conspiracy was so widespread and pervasive within the FBI, DOJ and IC that it’s going to be hard to focus it down and decapitate the key members of the conspiracy. They had a lot of willing help from an utterly corrupt Federal Bureaucracy. So we now have two US Attorney’s (Jensen and Bash) assigned to support Durham. We have some internal moves to ramp up Durham’s prosecution team (Scarpelli). They’re bringing in way more horsepower than Mueller had (because Mueller needed to avoid sunlight).

    And I doubt that what Richard Burr did with his “insider trading” was all that much different than DiFi and the others. Burr was taken out, politically, because of what Durham has uncovered. It’s cleaner. In fact, I expect if we see indictments out of Durham it’s going to be very clean cut stuff like leaking TS/SCI transcripts or falsifying official documents in a criminal investigation, perjury, that sort of thing.

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    • dwpender says:

      The Court of Appeals’ ordered Sullivan to respond in 10 days (June 1), and “invited” DOJ “in its discretion,” and also by June 1, to address the issue the Court raised. The Order makes no provision for replies of any kind, and gives DOJ no time to review Sullivan’s response before filing its own.

      Under Sullivan’s current (outrageous) scheduling order, Flynn will start incurring major additional legal expense when Gleeson files his amicus brief on June 10. I believe the Court put Sullivan on such a short leash because it recognizes the need to resolve the mandamus petition expeditiously, and will do so by June 10.

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    • WRB says:

      bringing in way more horsepower than Mueller

      Why do you say this? Mueller had 20 or so prosecutors, didn’t he? Do the US Atty’s bring more manpower than just themselves?

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      • hokkoda says:

        Yep. Mueller could empanel a Grand Jury. All those Democrat lawyers and investigators fell under him. But, each of these US Attorneys can empanel a Grand Jury on their own. I would bet even-money that Jensen has a Grand Jury looking at Van Grack / Sullivan in the Flynn case. Josh will eventually need a Grand Jury to look at the unmaskings. Durham already has a Grand Jury.

        The brutality they’re going to be able to inflict on the coup plotters is staggering, and people like Clapper, Comey, Power, Rice, etc now have MULTIPLE “Bob Mueller’s” to contend with across multiple regions.

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  33. Erik Heter says:

    Wow, Samantha Power, Susan Rice, et. al., are not going to sleep good tonight!

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  34. noswamp says:

    No. This is a slow walk to the slow walk.

    Bush recommended Barr? I did not know that. But if true it makes sense.

    Maybe an indictment or two but other than that, probably nothing. Especially before November. Trump will win and Barr will be fired as soon as the votes are tallied.

    Then people will start going to jail with our new Acting AG.

    CTH, please tell me what I am missing I am all ears…

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  35. jx says:

    Action is good news. We must keep increase the pressure on Barr.

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  36. Sherri Young says:

    Lots of movement in the DOJ. Within the last several days, AG Barr moved his right hand man, Timothy Shea, from interim US Attorney (where he replaced Jessie Liu) to now acting head of the DEA. In Shea’s place, Barr installed Michael R. Sherwin who was promoted to Main Justice in DC from Florida where he had prosecuted the Chinese woman who tried to get into Mar A Lago with sketchy electronic devices.

    https://www.justice.gov/usao-dc/meet-us-attorney

    Yesterday, our US Attorney for the Eastern District of Texas resigned. I think he might be getting ready to run for John Ratcliffe’s recently vacated House seat for TX-4.

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  37. burginthorn says:

    Today on the bash Bill Barr Show …

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  38. MustangBlues says:

    Help save us from the Barr Bashers, the Ever Ready Bashers of Bondo and Bagpipes!!

    Help them somehow: maybe new meds, or a therapy puppy, or yoga or free fall parachuting. Need something to occupy their idle time.

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  39. Retired IG says:

    Loved the DOJ spokes person. How ironic we are talking about “the unmaskings” by all and sundry in the ” Obummer “admin” but are told to wear a mask. So ironic.
    For myself, I don’t think that Barr has his head above water, and doing his work swimmingly.
    It’s not Barr, but Mueller and his gang using the threat of “obstruction of Justice” over everyone’s head who would dare question his motives that have some explaining to do.
    Do not question the reasoning for my “investigation” or I will investigate you too.” I’d be frightened by Mueller too.
    The more I think about it Mueller played his Special Counsel role by the book of J. Edgar Hoover. Spying, wiretapping, who ever he fancied. Hoover went home at night and then and danced in his tutu before the mirror. Actually “getting off” on hurting people. Wonder if Mueller and Weinstein do that too?
    Mueller’s record on wrongfully persecuting non-criminals is amazing. Hey Mueller, I hope Whitey Bolger gives you nightmares at night. And Weinstein, I hope all of the people who lost their jobs at
    Author Anderson over wrongful your prosecution haunt you too. Or are you also wear a tutu and dance in the mirror at night?
    Certainl, Hoover was not a good start to the FBI. Hoover is the origin of “weaponizing” the FBI for his personal and political purposes. How do you clean up that culture?
    Bill Barr or even Christopher Wray cannot clean up the MAFIA culture on their own, But II think are making a good stab at it. Would we even know if a decapitated horse’s head was left at the foot of anyone ‘s bed?

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  40. Retired IG says:

    Ooops, meant to say Barr DOES have his head above the water.

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  41. Perot Conservative says:

    Don’t forget attorney Shea, also from outside DC.

    Was it 3, 4, 5 months ago that 5 external DOJ attorneys were brought in go work these cases?

    And I read that these outside attorneys have the Swamp staff & officials worried. Which is wonderful.

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  42. KBR says:

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/06/14/ig-report-fbi-officials-accepted-bribes-from-media/

    Note: 2018. Note exact same words coming from that date regarding bribes? Under Horowitz?

    So, they are finally concluding that an “attitude” adjustment in in order?

    Has something come full circle with possible repercussions within these past two years, or are the newer speakers for DOJ/FBI merely recycling 2-year old talking points…verbatim?

    Has Hannity gone white-headed overnight because he bribed them too? Doubt it would affect him so much, as this was already said in 2018.

    Did it take two full years to pursue this, only to come to the conclusion that attitude adjustments were needed? And Wray already did that, right? /s

    Not a “culture” unless you are talking about an overgrown petri dish. ITS POLITICAL BIAS.

    So is this not just more of same? SSDD? And now SSDY?

    For those of you going google eyed like me with all the letter combos, SSDD=slang for same “stuff” different day. Thus SSDY is same stuff different year. (I am being proper, avoiding the word meaning poop.)

    Maybe I missed something important, as I clearly haven’t had time to peruse all those pages in the link.

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  43. Julian says:

    When is President Trump going to fire that sloth Christopher Wrayt and nominate former FBI Agent Jeff Jensen as the new FBI Director?

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  44. steviedawn says:

    How times do you guys think Hannity informed us that “he’s studied martial arts” last night?

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  45. Conservative_302 says:

    The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want. God’s got this, and whatever justice he decides on is OK with me. If it’s not what I hoped for, I’ll ask him about this when I get to heaven. I’m going to pray God and Trump MAGA; moreover, make the world great again.

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  46. Michael Osmon says:

    “ Sean Hannity invites Justice Dept. Spokesperson Kerri Kupec onto his television show so she could listen to him talk about it” ….the truth can be pretty funny sometimes. And that pic at the bottom with old man Ted Hannity hahahahahahahaha

    Thank you Sundance for starting my day off with a great laugh

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  47. CharterOakie says:

    I’ll watch the clip later.

    Meanwhile, what to do about this growing infatuation with press secretaries and spokespersons?

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