The “Obstruction of Justice Trap” – Former AAG Matt Whitaker Confirms Mueller Probe Was Used As Weapon to Cover Coup Effort….

Within an interesting interview conducted by Jan Jekielek of Epoch Times, former AAG Matt Whitaker confirms what CTH long suspected. The Mueller investigation was used by corrupt interests within the special counsel’s office to threaten any/all executive branch and congressional officials with “obstruction of justice” charges if they revealed any exculpatory or counter-narrative information during the Mueller probe.

Whitaker describes this as the “obstruction of justice trap.”

Essentially, this approach confirms the second-prong purpose of the Mueller investigation itself. First, use the special counsel in 2017, 2018 and into the beginning of 2019, as a shield (hide information); and secondly a weapon (threats) against any entity who would reveal the background intelligence that undercut the Trump-Russia collusion narrative.

We know President Trump was threatened by Rod Rosenstein not to declassify any information in September of 2018 or the Mueller investigation would use that act as evidence of obstruction. Whitaker confirms that same approach was applied toward any executive branch officer who would reveal or release information to congress during the tenure of the special counsel; even within the DOJ and including the attorney general.

This is how the Mueller probe was weaponized to mislead the American people.

While the Mueller team continued the same corrupt process started in 2016; and essentially transferred the same objectives as the DOJ/FBI team under Crossfire Hurricane; that same investigative unit was used to keep information from surfacing in ’17, ’18 and ’19 that would expose the corrupt nature of the investigation itself.

Documents could not be released without Mueller approval; interviews with key FBI/DOJ officials could not be conducted without Mueller team approval; information could not be declassified without Mueller team approval, etc.

Any agency or individual that attempted to release any information was subject to the threat of indictment by the same corrupt prosecutors leading the investigation. It’s a self-fulfilling safety mechanism.  Even DOJ officials like Matt Whitaker were under threat. Whitaker calls it the “Obstruction of Justice Trap”.

With that in mind this is a very serious flaw in the authority of the special counsel statute that needs to be addressed by congress. Who can watch the watchers, when the watchers were specifically selected because they would knowingly contribute to the corruption.

Very disturbing (timestamps for interview):

♦03:43 On Judge Sullivan choosing not to dismiss the case against Gen. Flynn
♦06:54 On FBI director Christopher Wray calling for an internal investigation
♦08:41 What kind of accountability will we see for 2016 election surveillance?
♦15:27 The problem with the regulation creating Special Counsels
♦19:32 Obstruction of justice trap?
♦35:38 Communist China’s a greater threat than Russia

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President Trump Tweet Sept 21, 2018

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526 Responses to The “Obstruction of Justice Trap” – Former AAG Matt Whitaker Confirms Mueller Probe Was Used As Weapon to Cover Coup Effort….

  1. JackB says:

    What if Trump had the courage to give Rosenstein a big finger and declassified it all, what is the worst that could happened?

    Impeachment??

    He was afraid of that? And was willing to countenance the coup plotters in his administration?

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    • QCM says:

      Seriously?

      With all the RINOS in the House and the 97+ corrupt Senators who were in on it all along with the Democrats, here is what would have happened.

      House votes with a bipartisan majority to impeach.

      Senate with a bipartisan majority votes to convict.

      This HAD to come out this way.

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      • Bill Durham says:

        Whitaker and Gowdy are full of 💩. Mueller could not charge the AG or a congressman with obstruction. They would not have to pay their legal fees out of pocket for doing their job tasks. Excuses excuses

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        • MAGA Minuteman says:

          I’m with you on Fog Horn Leg Horn. That rooster is all talk, no action. Or as framed here, all hat, no cattle.

          I suspect Whitaker is on our team though. You don’t play football at the college level only to let a bunch of clowns push you around. You also don’t win the game alone with one play. You need to “do your job” over the entire sixty minutes and win it as a team. We are well into the second half, but there’s still a lot of game left to play.

          Can you tell I’m from New England?

          Fortunately for this game we have the best owner, head coach and quaterback all packaged in one person, our VSG PDJT.

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    • John55 says:

      You have a seriously defective understanding of the desperation on the part of the GOP to get rid of Trump. They had Mueller appointed to go after Trump even though they knew Trump was innocent.

      Liked by 9 people

      • johnnybiface says:

        The GOP Senate creeps threatened Trump if he removed Mueller. Didn’t that pass a resolution protecting Mueller from Trump interference?

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        • Issy says:

          johnny: Lindsey wanted to pass a resolution, but I don’t think they did. He thought Mueller was so honest and had the highest integrity of anyone in Washington. At least he said that. How he could have believed it I don’t know.

          Everyone in congress knew about Mueller. The only one who had the guts to speak out about the dirty cop was Louie Gohmert from Texas. We now know Louie must be super clean.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      The scope of the problem was to large to overcome, IMO. The declassification process would have had to go through:

      Corrupt DNI Dan Coates
      Corrupt Acting AG Rod Rosenstein
      Corrupt FBI Director Chris Wray

      It just wouldn’t have happened. They would have slow-walked and obstructed the whole process. How long had Chris Wray obstructed Congress and Obstructed the White House on all of this? From Day One. When Barr first testified to Congress he said: “I have a lot of questions, and the answers I’m getting aren’t adding up.” You can put Chris Wray somewhere at the top of that list. It took Ric Grenell as acting DNI to get in there and kick some ass and release documents.

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      • QCM says:

        Exactly!

        Meanwhile, PDJT is convicted in the media for daring to suggest to unclassify and disclose such documents during an active investigation.

        He would have been impeached and removed from office LONG before any of the documents we have seen today were produced.

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      • mr.piddles says:

        Not “Acting AG”… more like “Effective AG”. Whatever.

        Liked by 1 person

    • cantcforest says:

      JackB; PDJT chooses his place and time of battle.
      CTH outlined the pieces of evil from the get-go, but it was incomplete. President Trump needed to let the criminals leak the pieces to the public, to let the criminals expose themselves, and manage to get some more people on whom he could rely past McTurtle. The last Schif,-show put the odds in President Trumps favor and he has able to push harder. He has overwhelmed the MSM, Since he ccouldn’t ban the WuFlu, he handled what he could, and dumped the rest of the problems on the governors. Their responses have been an education to many.
      I can’t think of an individual who could have or can outperform PDJT as our leader or as a world leader. To have Gates, Soros, and Xi squirming is quite a feat in itself.

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    • mostlyogauge says:

      There are still enough rinos, loonies, moonbats, communists, globalists, chicom bribery takers, etc., of BOTH parties (well, of the uniparty, but I digress) that would vote to impeach and convict. President Trump has to walk a very line and play the hands he has been dealt. He has been playing multiple games of poker simultaneously at an ever increasing number of tables. He has been playing those multiple hands brilliantly. Some he wins outright, some he wins by increasing the stakes to the point where the other players fold and drop out.

      As Joe Namath did in Super Bowl III, and as Coach Chuck Noll did with the Steelers in the 1970s, President Trump has to manage the game, and manage multiple personalities, in order to achieve his objectives: winning the November election and America First. President Trump is doing a GREAT job. I will crawl through broken glass doused with burning gasoline while dodging bullets if I have to in order to vote for him in November.

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    • JackB, did you read this in the article?

      “With that in mind this is a very serious flaw in the authority of the special counsel statute that needs to be addressed by congress. Who can watch the watchers, when the watchers were specifically selected because they would knowingly contribute to the corruption.”

      There is a VERY SERIOUS FLAW IN THE AUTHORITY OF THE SPECIAL COUNSEL STATUTE! President Trump wasn’t being a wuss, he was following the regulations, as a law-abiding citizen would do. He was put in an impossible position once the Special Counsel was appointed. AND HE PREVAILED in the end! He was exonerated! What more could he have done? He’s one man against an entire administrative state!

      By the way, that serious flaw in the special counsel statute still exists and needs to be addressed. This BS about being able to extort & pervert the entire process with threats of Obstruction of Justice, robbing EVERYONE of their rights under the Constitution, has to be removed from use BY ANYBODY IN THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. That goes for federal agents and lawyers, alike. This BS subverts justice. It subverts law and order. It invites corruption and abuse of power! PERJURY TRAPS must be ended. They should not be allowed to be used for any reason!

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      • madeline says:

        This information could color the Supremes and their decision regarding the 6e material from the special council. The Mueller investigation is starting to have a REALLY BAD SMELL and needs to be torched to rid the stench. Trump should sign a executive order, if possible, to put all papers, recordings, notes, etc. away for 100 years to protect his financial documents and anything else that might embarrass (nothing illegal) by Trump personel and those questioned.

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      • Issy says:

        Fairest Witness: If you take those two corrupt practices away from S.C. and in many cases the fbi/doj too, golly gee they won’t be able to frame anybody.

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  2. Defending yourself in the court of public opinion should never be obstruction of Justice. Same goes to appealing to a higher court.

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    • Bill Durham says:

      Whitaker is a coward. He saw what was going on and hid in his office. Sessions was a collaborator. When he saw Mueller abuses, he could have unrecused and shut down Mueller. He did nothing and tried to end the Trump presidency. Rosenstein was a fellow traveler with the scheme team. But when they bungled, Bill the cleaner Barr arrived and offered rod a Life raft.

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      • guybee55 says:

        It is easy for us to second guess all of this and say what should have been done. The problem is, we were not there. Look at how Flynn, doing the right thing was destroyed. Same with Page, Mountefort, etc. Evil knows no mercy. These lying sacks of dung are evil incarnate and should be taken down. Now is the time to do, because they have lost their shield. But are there enough honest men and women in Congress to turn the tide? Will the public rise up in November and turn the tide with representatives who will no cave to the pressure. Look at Pelosi, Schumer, Shiff for brains, Nadler – and then the whole cast of hundreds in the FBI and Justice dept who were willing to sell their soul to the devil. I see Whitaker as a hero. Maybe he could have spoken up sooner, or maybe he was told to shut up for now. Do you really know??????

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        • littleanniesfannie says:

          Twisted justice—the guilty are allowed to stay in government or Congress and the good guys are charged and financially broken. Where are you Lady Justice? Your blindfold is used to strangle and your scales have tipped in favor of criminals cloaked in governmental clothing!

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      • Carl Parsons says:

        What did you, Mr. Tough Guy? Did you walk into DC with your guns and take out the bad guys?

        Liked by 3 people

      • kimosaabe says:

        Did you not listen to the interview? Apparently it all flys right by you. Get a clue then get back to us.

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      • lumoc1 says:

        Out of 100 Senators how many objected to the lack of recess for nearly 4 years and how many times in the history of the USA did the same lack of recess occur? The same number of senators that objected to the lack of recess is the number of senators that could be expected to reliably vote against impeachment if the President was impeached by a bipartisan majority in the House. How would a courageous Whitaker change that?

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      • cantcforest says:

        Bill D,
        You are leading with your chin.

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      • Issy says:

        Bill: I don’t see Whitaker as a coward. He wasn’t supposed to do anything. He was there to keep Rosenstein from doing anything else until Barr could be confirmed. He got to see the scope of what Rosenstein and Mueller had been up to, and I suspect it was put to good use. I am guessing as to where it might have been especially useful.

        Whatever you think of Barr and some days I don’t think much of him, he did swiftly end the Mueller hoax investigation. I am grateful for that. He needed Rod’s cooperation. I think there was a deal made. If it has unraveled due to info being unclassified about Rod’s actions, oh well…

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  3. Revelation says:

    So exposing the fact that the Mueller probe was predicated on a pile of steaming horse manure, would get you an obstruction of justice charge and financial destruction a la Gen Flynn?

    You may as well just rename the FBI and the DoJ as the NKVD and the Stasi.

    Liked by 24 people

    • California Joe says:

      According to Weissman and Cabal I guess it is obstruction of justice. Weissman had to have some serious juice behind him to make that threat and be able to carry it out. No?

      Liked by 12 people

    • Carl Parsons says:

      I think most Americans are ready to see the FBI come to an end as an agency and every agent tarred and feathered in the public arena.

      They are a disgrace to the country.

      Liked by 17 people

    • Ninja7 says:

      Revelation, The object was to FIND DIRT, any DIRT on President Donald J Trump, or his family. Most (not all) Congress Critters are definitely not clean. They assumed that PDJT, was as dirty as they are.

      It is remarkable that with everything that President Donald J Trump has gone through and he is still there, standing. Someone is looking out for him, watching him, and guiding him.

      PDJT definitely is not perfect, however I believe that he is the perfect man for the job.

      Believe that Our Heavenly Father is watching over PDJT, Believe that the USA has been given probably one last chance. As to what we do with it, it becomes our choice. So I pray that we choose wisely.

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  4. starfcker says:

    Okay Matt. So what you’re trying to sell is that (acting) Attorney General is submissive to special counsel? My reading of the law is that it’s the other way around. Nice try. And no, I’m not buying your book.

    Liked by 3 people

    • DeWalt says:

      No fan of Barr, but isn’t funny how fast Mueller closed up shop once Barr was appointed.

      Liked by 20 people

    • Jim in TN says:

      I do not believe that as an acting AG who had not undergone Senate confirmation that Whitaker had the authority to overrule the Senate confirmed DAG who was acting AG re Mueller.

      But, he still should have released information that would have obstructed the Mueller Rosenstein Injustice.

      Even though he could have stopped this horrible miscarriage of Justice, it is good to remember that it was already too late to stop Impeachment. Sessions waited until Republicans lost the House before he resigned.

      Liked by 9 people

    • TRProst says:

      He asked for a copy of the Mueller report and never received it before he left? Matt Whittaker took the “Acting” title to heart. He is no Richard Grenell.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Anon says:

      It could be, but Trey Gowdy & Devin Nunes pretty much say the same thing here: (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 he was already under an ethics investigation in the House). I imagine if Nunes felt that way, Whitaker felt it too. And it seems like Gowdy left Congress for just this reason.

      So, it sounds 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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      • bessie2003 says:

        If this is the case, that elected officials and/or dept. of justice executive officers could be deemed obstructionists for doing the jobs they swore an oath to, then there should be an immediate end to Special Counsel operations in all its variations so this abuse of power never happens again.

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        • Anon says:

          Definitely, but I can imagine these Nunes & Gowdy thinking, if Weissmann could do this to a decorated three star, Lieutenant General & National Security Advisor, what chance did a three-term Congressman from North Carolina have? Going $3,000,000 dollars in debt and facing prison would probably make a lot of other people have second thoughts. It sounded to me that Gowdy left Washington for just this reason… no fun having to dodge career ending/life altering landmines for a living. Very sad…

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      • wendy forward says:

        I was just thinking about Andrei Vishinski (Stalin prosecutor) when I read your very fine post. Scary stuff.

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      • littleanniesfannie says:

        Which is why I view Weissmann as the truly evil leader of the impeachment cabal. He is evil, pure and simple.

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    • Carl Parsons says:

      He set the stage for Barr. All part of the plan.

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  5. YeahYouRight says:

    Sickening. We suspected all of this before now, but confirmation is turning my stomach.

    Thank God Barr got us out of this. It was surely intended to continue until a leftist got into the white house.

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  6. Mo says:

    Once again the greatest expert investigator in the world on this whole conspiracy is proved correct.

    Liked by 13 people

  7. California Joe says:

    This statement by Whitaker may explain why he couldn’t do anything to stop the Mueller investigation and what it took Barr to finally end it! It funny that Whitaker never said this in dozens of interviews on Fox.

    Liked by 14 people

    • Tl Howard says:

      So one wonders, just WHAT did old friend Barr say to old friend Muellar to get him to wrap it up? What kind of deal was struck?

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    • Linda K. says:

      Grenelle was only “acting” DNI and look at what he accomplished. Grenelle was interviewed on Mark Levin ‘s radio show today also. He says he’s been reading intelligence since 2001, and feels many things are “overclassified” and politicians weaponize it by selectively classifying and editing info so the whole story does not get out.
      I can’t find the interview or I’d post it.

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      • wendy forward says:

        Last night I showed BF a picture of Grenell on a tweet and told him “THIS is a picture of a STUD”. Without knowing who he is or that he’s gay he immediately agreed that Grenell looks extremely studly.

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      • Issy says:

        Linda K: Grenell, who I admire tremendously, was acting under a whole different set of circumstances. People knew much more about the gigantic hoax that had been perpetrated in the country. The tide had turned and the SC was gone.

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  8. FreyFelipe says:

    The Mueller / Weismann “investigation” itself was the widest and deepest obstruction of justice this nation has ever known. And if these criminals are not brought to justice, this country is lost.

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  9. Raptors2020 says:

    Rush was calling today for a special counsel to investigate Obamagate.
    He even suggested Andy McCarthy as that special counsel.
    I love Rush, but this sounds like a chance for the Deep State to have another kick at the can.
    They’re more likely to charge Trump, than to charge Obama.

    The Conspiracy was right there in plain sight – McCabe and Rosenstein discussing wearing a wire with President Trump. They’re quite proud and self-righteous about what they did. Charge right now, no need for more stalling. Lindsey Graham might sue for breaching his patent.

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  10. I always thought Whitaker was weak or part of the plan during his short time as AAG. Turns out they threatened him and he protected himself. Hard to blame him in hindsight. Most people are not up to risking it all when confronted with an overwhelming force. “Trillions are at stake”

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    • bruzedorange says:

      This has always been my question… how many “black hats” were actually just blackmailed survivors?

      Maybe that’s the importance of the Michael Flynn case, that has Judge Sullivan twisting logic in his legal gymnastics: maybe if Flynn beats the Deep State blackmail racket, the fear is there will be the DC equivalent of the fall of the Berlin Wall.

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      • Issy says:

        bruzedorange: I loved your post, it should give hope that the intel community has to stop with the “six ways to Sunday” to get you stuff.

        Just one thing, I wish we could dispense with the black hat/white hat descriptives that predominated post back in the Trust The Plan days. In D.C. there is no black & white, there are many shades of gray. We have to realize that a public figure is not ever going to do what everyone wants all the time and that does not necessarily make them a bad person, just a pragmatic one.

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    • KMD says:

      I can think of another reason…

      In his position as AAG, Whitaker likely realized the breadth and depth of the coup attempt. Instead of confronting it head on, and being ‘pseudo-legally’ steamrolled by the bastardized lawfare alliance, he opted for a different approach. That being, to temporarily retreat his ‘attack’ in order to amass a more formidable force to combat the well entrenched enemy…

      Fast forward to today. Look at the progress! Although slow to surface, take a sec to appreciate the deliberate & methodical exposure that’s been happening over the past two years! As some treepers grovel daily for “arrests”, others can see the myopic nature in those complaints, as the context of the bigger picture remains in focus. Our ‘enemy’ is dug into our Republic like an army of parasites, who’ve surrounded themselves with ‘pseudo-legal’ land mines. With that in mind, only a suicidal moran would support an full frontal attack of that enemy…

      Sit back, and enjoy the show folks. Just because certain individuals aren’t/haven’t been publicly acting per your preferred MO, that does not relegate them to someone worthy of ridicule. Like it, or not, AAG Whitaker’s action (or perceived lack thereof) played an integral role in the progress we are seeing now…

      Don’t confuse reconnoiter with retreat.

      Godspeed, Patriots!

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  11. Tl Howard says:

    Muellar belongs in prison. Weissman and the others as well.

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    • Raptors2020 says:

      TI:
      The $64K question (50s TV show) is why Mueller didn’t go to the wall on questioning Trump, in person?

      Concocting perjury/obstructing justice charges was certainly their plan. Were they locked into the idea Trump would fire Mueller, and that was to be the path? Miss Lindsey pretty much announced Trump would be impeached for that.

      Dan Bongino speculated that they made trade-offs, and no major charges would be forthcoming. Mueller might well have been fixated on protecting Comey and McCabe.
      So far, they’re scot-free. That would also explain why Mueller didn’t bother to read his own report. To him, it was trivia.

      Sundance blames Barr for protecting Rosenstein, but that ship may have sailed long ago.

      Weissman was the loose cannon who wanted to go after the Trump children. He got the booby prize of Roger Stone (very late in the game), and was shown the door.

      I don’t buy Andy McCarthy’s interpretation that General Flynn was the speed bump (tank trap?) on the path to getting at President Trump. Obama was furiously pursuing Flynn long before Trump came on the scene, and Obama’s acolytes continue that mad pursuit. May I point out that Judge Sullivan is black? His obsession with punishing Barry’s enemies may be an exercise in hero worship.

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    • gda53 says:

      I think Mueller may already be in a prison of his own mind, like Joe.

      Now Weismann. That is someone who I would love to see go down – much more so than anyone else on the “Mueller” team. Perhaps more than anyone in this entire unrealistically plotted reality show.

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      • Tornarosa says:

        Joe may be considering Mueller for VP since he’s also a has been and thinks alike about how government should be run.
        Life insurance.

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      • Issy says:

        gda53: I agree Weissmann is a thoroughly despicable figure and should be disbarred for prosecutorial misconduct. He should have already been for this behavior in other cases. However, Weissmann was just the weapon. He didn’t pull the trigger. I’d rather have those people.

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    • ann says:

      Mueller belonged in prison many years before this. In my long held opinion.

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  12. Wow. Am I wrong to think this puts Bill Barr in a new positive light since he was the one that essentially finally put an end to the investigation? I suppose he too was faced with the same threat of Obstruction of Justice by “interfering.”

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    • Issy says:

      The Politik: Most definitely, I have given him a great deal of credit for swiftly putting an end to the Mueller investigation. I think Barr thought he was going to be able to keep some of the information about the corruption from being made public by just getting rid of the people who were involved in the coup. Same for the fbi, just get them out and restore order.

      It’s just too big though, and after he saw the entirety of what these people did, he is attempting to right some wrongs. I give him credit for that too. He has only been in office for a little over a year, and there’s been a lot going on in the department. It seems like forever, but considering the pace government moves at, not too bad.

      I still don’t expect much in the way of prosecutions, mainly because they didn’t break specific statutes that can be charged. These people know the law and are very adept at skirting it. In my opinion, it was a conspiracy with all the intel agencies involved but proving it is something else. To quote President Trump, “we shall see.”

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  13. Derangement Syndrome says:

    Anybody that knew Mueller’s history with Boston and Whitey Bulger (pure coincidence Whitey was moved from one facility to another only to be assassinated during the height of probe). With San Fransisco (giving a horrendous pedo who was the son of Isaac Asimov, a free pass). The intelligence disaster after 9/11 with Iraq, and the pathetic anthrax attack investigation while he was FBI head (Bob was strangely installed just weeks before the attacks. Look into the career, resignation, and death of former FBI Bin Laden unit head, John O’Neill ).

    Bob is also married to the daughter of the Cabell family, if you know about the JFK assassination, you’ll know that name.

    Bob is a political assassin.

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  14. PS says:

    It’s uncharted constitutional waters.

    What happens when corrupt members of the Executive Branch (DOJ, FBI, CIA), the Legislative Branch (SSCI, Gang of Eight, House Impeachment) and Judicial Branch (FISC, SCOTUS?) all conspire to remove the Chief Executive? What’s worse is that even when caught, they can control the punishment (or lack thereof with a Decline to Prosecute). There are no longer checks and balances that hold these criminals accountable to the People in any meaningful timeframe. It’s now THREE YEARS, the only lesson we’ve learned is get the Media on your side as well and you can cloak yourself in the First Amendment while propagandizing voters to entrench, and even flip the House on false narratives.

    We are well beyond niceties of Term Limits. It’s outright perp walk tribunal jail time.

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    • hagarthorrible says:

      HANG ‘EM….TOMORROW!

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    • James Groome says:

      At least you understand the game… when you allow LAWYERS to write law, enact law, prosecute the law, defend the law, and judge the law who could have ever foreseen a tyranny of the the LAW? SARC/
      Lawyers hold 100% of the judicial branch, 40%+ of the legislative branch, and a good number of times lawyers are elected to the Executive branch.

      A good start at fixing some of the mess is Lawyers should be disallowed from voting on the enactment of all law(legislative branch), it’s putting the fox in charge of the henhouse, or conversely allow non lawyers to be judges. You either need common sense in writing the law… or judging the law… ONE OR THE OTHER>

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      • Issy says:

        James Groome: You’ve made such a complicated situation so simple to understand. Shakespeare was right, “First kill all the lawyers.”

        My apologies to all the nice lawyers on this site who explain things.

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    • wendy forward says:

      RICO works for me.

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  15. Rj says:

    Boston Bobby was used as a figure head for the true deep state who were truly running the coup. When do these people get what is truly due them ?
    Book deal and paychecks from network is their payment for what they have done and lady justice will never give them what they deserve.

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  16. J Gottfred says:

    Sundance, How in the hell do you keep up with all of this? I always thought I was informed on the deep state; only to find out how little I know.

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    • Ninja7 says:

      J Gottfred, I am so happy to have stumbled across this site. How I got here not sure, but been lurking for about three plus years before I left any comments. Enjoy this Refuge and the Treeper community, learn alot🤔🤗

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  17. hokkoda says:

    This is another one of those open secrets that everybody knew was going on, but everyone was either afraid or complicit so they remained silent. What Bob Mueller did was criminal and corrupt.

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  18. Weissman should be at the center of that blossom chart, not Grandpa “The Chin” Mueller.

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    • hokkoda says:

      DOJ will probably try to build a wall around its prosecutors and try to contain this to the FBI.

      If Jensen gets a grand jury to indict Van Grack, I might drop dead from shock. These guys are all buddies, Weissman is part of the club.

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  19. Tl Howard says:

    From the Framers to these bastards in a little less than 235 years.

    Liked by 7 people

  20. ezgoer says:

    This fascist-like criminality of Rosenstein and Mueller was only possible because of cover provided by the Republican majority Senate. The GOP is full of traitors. It still is.

    Liked by 17 people

  21. MustangBlues says:

    No to Special Counsel, no to Andy McCarthy, he is an original never Trumper on national review, part of the cabal of never Trumpers led by the national review.

    He is like gowdy and graham, good trooper, knows a lot, talks a good game, but all are fence stradlers cya all the way, never doers, kicking cans of worms down the road until retirement to lolita island or epstein’s cell.

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    • wendy forward says:

      Absolutely agree. No more SC BS and certainly not Andrew McCarthy. If you must have one, Sidney Powell or Joe DiGenova.

      Did I miss something? I thought the Special Counsels were eliminated after Clinton or was that just Special Prosecutors?

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      • Issy says:

        The Special Prosecutor Law was changed to avoid the problems of he long-drawn-out investigation of Clinton by Ken Starr. The Special Counsel was put under the control of the doj in the hope there would a narrower focus and the AG would oversee it. That didn’t work too well with Rosenstein a fellow coup sympathizer in charge.

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  22. kleen says:

    It’s almost June, no arrests, many docs still not public.Flynn still being dragged through the mud.

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  23. alliwantissometruth says:

    But of course, and it was all too easy

    Have a fraudulent never ending “investigation”, and, with the help of democrat politicians and the enemy of the people “media”, screech “obstruction of justice” at any and all criticism, counter points and the presentation of actual facts

    Intimidation for many wanting to expose the fraud and further manipulation for the sheep to bleat louder

    It’s so obvious

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  24. Bogeyfree says:

    Three extremely weak and afraid AG’s – what are the odds?

    Liked by 3 people

    • FreyFelipe says:

      “We make men without chests (men without real feeling, without spiritedness, without thumos, without heart) and expect of them virtue and enterprise. We laugh at honor and are shocked to find traitors in our midst.” — C.S. Lewis

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  25. starfcker says:

    Excerpt from Matt’s book. ” Didn’t leave my office for most of the day. Spent the morning playing with the legos Jeff Sessions left me under the desk. Built some really cool stuff. The nurse brought my favorite lunch, grilled cheese and a cut up hot dog, and grape Kool-Aid. After lunch I lifted weights, and made a big doo doo. Paul Ryan came by, said he could make me a star on Fox. He left me a book on origami. I’m going to start working on that tomorrow.”

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  26. TreeClimber says:

    I always just sort of dismissed the “Flynn sacrificed himself as part of a sting” claimers, but it sounds like that was exactly what was necessary to blow the lid on this whole thing – someone who was willing to give up their livelihood and freedom, and declass anyway and just face the charge in corrupted DC courts.

    Kinda gotta wonder what they threatened Ric Grenell with, that he (presumably metaphorically) flipped ’em off and went ahead with it anyway? Hope he’s got a damn good security detail…

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  27. Kevin says:

    None of these guys should see the sun rise tomorrow. Just saying.

    Liked by 6 people

  28. hagarthorrible says:

    Strip ’em naked…and Hang ’em high!

    Liked by 2 people

  29. B. Franklin says:

    PS – I feel you. You are so correct.
    This is just not politics, these are crimes and if not criminal, unethical. The media can not hide behind the 1st amendment while they omit facts that don’t support their narrative. My son is right – all congressional leaders need term limits – and he is not even old enough to vote.

    After following this saga for 4 yrs, I feel like we have ascended to a level where the view below is starting to expose the corruption. But what is going to come of it, is still beyond my view. I know what I want to see happen.

    BTW – Great job Ric Grenell for doing in three months what needed to be done 2 years ago.

    God Bless America!

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  30. littleanniesfannie says:

    Obstruction of justice was the threat for those who committed no crime and tried to proclaim their innocence at the same time Schiffty and NoNads were out publicly pronouncing the fake sins of Donald Trump and his patriotic supporters with impunity and with the support of the idiotic puppets of the MSM!

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  31. bessie2003 says:

    Not surprised anymore that none of this information, that could have stopped this coup in its tracks, comes out until he has a book to sell?

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  32. vinjejohn says:

    See, right there? You’re making the same mistake that the Babylon Bee does. It doesn’t work as satire, if it’s true.

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  33. evergreen says:

    What if acting AG says publicly: “This whole thing is an obstruction trap. I have been threatened with retribution and prosecution by X and Y, who tell me that certain information shall not be declassified. I’m here to tell you that X and Y are running an illegal front operation and using the apparatus of the federal law enforcement agencies and select judges to do it.”

    How would that fly?

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  34. evergreen says:

    Remind me again: what is interference in an election? If I make it to the voting booth and cast a ballot, have I been interfered with in my voting?

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  35. Acts they were hoping to call Obstruction:
    Firing Comey
    Firing Sessions.
    Defending Yourself Publicly
    Asserting Executive Privilege
    Asserting Attorney Client Privilege
    Pardoning Stone
    Pardoning Manafort
    Pardoning Flynn
    Pardoning Cohen
    Defunding Mueller
    Declassification

    That’s all it was; trying for two years to provoke the Prez into something they could call Obstruction–which is itself Obstruction of Justice.

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  36. MVW says:

    How many agencies in perfect coordination involved to do this, including countries? It also required the Supreme Court, and it looks like a Supreme Court Justice was bumped off to boot. Whose authority? Obama??? Yeah, right, as if all these clowns would trust him. Not even Hillary has that clout.

    This takes massive clout that is not in our Gruberment. There is a Hyper-big spider in this web, and it is directing the CIA plus 5 “I’s”, and it is not Obama or his co-criminal Hillary.
    This is my WAG:
    Anyone remember how Hillary literally kowtowed, groveled to the Rothchild lady at some campaign party, the one who runs ‘The Atlantic’ rag? And they own both Reuters and AP. Up until then I thought it was just talk, Hillary kowtows to no one like that (certainly not Obama when she was Secretary of State)….

    This pandemic is no accident either, the timing says that. The vote by mail is another desperate move. Dem Governors keeping their states locked down, keeping NYC & LA locked down. Economic disaster for those cities especially NYC for which it is a mortal blow.

    1+1= This is a problem that can’t continue. It is way overstepping and if I can see it, it is too overt and sloppy. Even desperate?

    No, this is a spider that has no place in the world anymore. I can guess, but Trump knows.

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  37. Wouldn’t this by definition mean that every party to the Mueller “probe” has themselves obstructed justice?

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  38. Mike Dennis says:

    Its finally starting to feel like some of the perps are singing. We shall see.

    Liked by 1 person

  39. Erik Heter says:

    Every single member of the Mueller team should be in jail for, at minimum, defrauding the government. And they themselves should probably face obstruction of justice charges for their role in the cover-up.

    Liked by 6 people

  40. Skidroe says:

    Notice NOT ONE person in Sundance’s circle of crooks is an elected official.

    Liked by 3 people

  41. As I listen to the news people I can still tolerate for the short amount of time I can still tolerate them, I cannot help but wonder where have they been? We who read Sundance’s pieces here on the CTH have known for YEARS everything they are only just now reporting. All’s I can say is the mills of God grind slowly and those of government are even slower. I hope I live long enough to see these criminals in prison.

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  42. T2020 says:

    I truly hope every one of those coup criminals rots in hell, sooner than later.

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  43. noswamp says:

    Whitaker finally comes clean. Why?
    1. To sell his book?
    2. Declassified docs now out so he can talk?
    3. Something big is coming down the pike and he needs to get ahead of everything?

    I think its #1. I respect him more now, because he finally tells the American people what really happened. Thank you Whitaker. Unfortunately he knew better and could have worked with the President to defeat the Mueller coup. He acquiesced to their threats like Sessions.

    If Whitaker would have informed the President of their threats and worked with him, he probably would have been the greatest AG in history. A “General Grant” Grenell type of guy. Now, he will forever be known as (wait for it…): Acting AG.

    And guess what? I still won’t buy his book.

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    • Issy says:

      noswamp: I like Whitaker. I think he is an honest man, or as honest as you can be in the position he was placed. The SC team, the house dems and the media would have chewed him up and spit him out. He wasn’t confirmed. He didn’t have the gravitas to do what you proposed.

      Furthermore, Trump knew what was going on and picked him to hold Barr’s seat to keep Rod from being Acting AG.

      Keep in mind Whitaker got an inside look at what Rod and Mueller/Weissman had been up to, and I suspect that knowledge was put to good use after he left the doj. I wouldn’t be surprised to see him turn up in a government position again.

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      • noswamp says:

        Issy,
        Thanks good background. What is your theory as to Sessions’ actions?
        Good stuff again!

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        • Issy says:

          noswamp: At best, he was a disloyal idiot for not informing Trump he was going to recuse. At worst, a part of the insurance policy planted by Mitch to aid in taking out Trump by turning the doj over to rat Rosenstein while maintaining plausible deneyability. Take your pick.

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  44. Proudly Unaffiliated says:

    Q+ sent me. Whitaker is a patriot and the country needs to thank him for his great work. MAGA!

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  45. Mo says:

    President Trump just retweeted Sidney Powell linking this article by Sundance. Expect the level of trolls at TheTreehouse to increase exponentially soon.

    Donald J. Trump Retweeted
    Sidney Powell Flag of United States⭐⭐⭐
    @SidneyPowell1
    ·
    1h
    #Mueller investigation viewed exposure of truth as #ObstructionOfJustice.
    It was all so corrupt.and so wrong.
    What liars!
    #Weissmann
    #VanGrack
    #Ahmad and more
    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2020/05/27/the-obstruction-of-justice-trap-former-aag-matt-whitaker-confirms-mueller-probe-was-used-as-weapon-to-cover-coup-effort/
    @realDonaldTrump

    @GenFlynn

    @BarbaraRedgate

    @seanhannity

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  46. Bubby says:

    China is our biggest threat not Russia! Name one item in your house that says “Made in Russia”? The Chicoms have used the billions of dollars siphoned off America’s manufacturing sector, transferred there by our very own Congress and former Presidents, to buy influence and spread corruption and a virus all over the world! That the Democrats, Uniparty, corrupt msm, NeverTrumpers, NYC/DC elites all see President Trump as a bigger threat than China proves it to me! Godspeed President Trump and Sundance!

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  47. EnoughIsEnough says:

    Every single case that any of these corrupt “justice” frauds touched in their entire career needs to be looked at. Imagine how many truly innocent people have been framed, but did not have the resources to defend themselves We know that financially ruining someone with unlimited taxpayer resources is one of their games. I would hazard to guess that it is far more likely than not that people who refused to play, threatened to expose the cabal, or were themselves a target were given the “General Flynn” treatment. It sickens me to think that lives were undoubtedly ruined and merely considered “collateral damage” for the cause. President Trump called them “human scum”. He was being too kind.

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  48. bessie2003 says:

    It’s an odd thought, I guess, but thank goodness that President Trump won the election. Who else on this earth could have withstood this type of scrutiny and twisting of the laws and in the end be standing

    as well as now to be in the position to make sure this never happens again to any future President?

    That’s a love of country and a stamina that just astounds in how fortunate we are to have this man as our President.

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    • bessie- if President Trump hadn’t been elected, we never would have known just how utterly corrupt the Deep State really is.
      None of us had even a vague idea of the extent of the wrongdoing under Hussein and if the Hag had been elected, it would have gotten much, much worse, but hidden.
      President Trump was their worst, most inconceivable nightmare and I thank the good Lord every day for giving us such a magnificent leader who has been able to withstand the torments of Satan that he has to endure on a daily basis.

      Liked by 4 people

      • TarsTarkas says:

        We would have been hearing ad nauseum of the heroic efforts of Her Odiousness in combating the Russian Flu, which nonetheless killed hundreds of thousands despite her best efforts.

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  49. Ninja7 says:

    evergreen, There you go again, using logic 🤗😁😅

    Believe that it is a narrative that is being has been played on an asleep population.

    However, being here once you see the strings attached to the marionette it becomes impossible to be unseen.

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  50. Jakespeed says:

    Makes me wonder if the ”Obstruction of Justice trap” isn’t why Judge Emmitt Sullivan ‘lawyered up’ after Sidney Powell’s writ of Mandamus was given to the DC Appeals Court. What’s Obama and the Clinton’s got on Judge Sullivan? Just sayin….

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