Sidney Powell Discusses DOJ/FBI Selective Releases as Richard Grenell Points Out Senator Mark Warner’s Conflicts…

An interesting couple of things happened just as Richard Grenell passed the sunlight baton to DNI John Ratcliffe. First, SSCI Vice-Chair Mark Warner is angered about the sunlight Grenell has delivered. Second, former AAG Matt Whitaker outlines how the Mueller investigation threatened him. Both issues merge (outlined below).

Michael Flynn’s defense attorney Sidney Powell appears on FBN with Liz MacDonald to discuss recent events. WATCH:


When considering that Robert Mueller was used as a weapon (threat) and a shield (bury information); and when considering Senator Mark Warner’s recent protestations against Grenell; it is well worth going back in history to May 2018 when SSCI Vice-Chairman Warner was demanding the Mueller investigation must not allow congressional oversight.

Yes, it now makes sense, why Senator Mark Warner was demanding DAG Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray must keep records from congress.

(Source Link)

According to Mark Warner in May 2018, it would be “irresponsible” and “potentially illegal” for congressional oversight to keep demanding records from the FBI and DOJ about their spying and surveillance activity against the campaign of Donald Trump.

Now the statements yesterday by AAG Matt Whitaker make sense.

Within an interesting interview conducted by Jan Jekielek of Epoch Times, former AAG Matt Whitaker confirms 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. (read more)

Additionally, Senator Mark Warner carried a massive conflict because he was an active participant in the legislative side of the soft coup effort.

You see, when Dianne Feinstein stepped down as Vice-Chair from the Senate Intel Committee after the 2016 election, it was Mark Warner who took her place.  This puts Warner on the Gang-of-Eight starting January 3, 2017.

Coincidentally, the Gang-of-Eight conduct all oversight over DOJ and FBI covert and counterintelligence operations…. including those covert actions that took place in 2016.

It gets better….

Senator Mark Warner was also the guy caught text messaging with DC Lawyer Adam Waldman in the spring of 2017 (his first assignment).   Waldman was the lawyer for the interests of Christopher Steele – the author of the dossier.

While he was working as an intermediary putting Senator Warner and Christopher Steele in contact with each-other.  Simultaneously Adam Waldman was also representing the interests of… wait for it,…. Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska.

Derispaska was the Russian person approached by Andrew McCabe and Peter Strzok and asked to assist in creating dirt on the Trump campaign, via Paul Manafort.

Senator Mark Warner holds a vested interest in making sure that no-one ever gets to the bottom of the 2016 political weaponization, spying and surveillance operation.  Hence Mark Warner was/is furious with the efforts of Ric Grenell as DNI.

Senator Mark Warner was a participant in the execution of the “insurance policy” trying to remove President Trump via the Russian Collusion narrative.  Documents that Ric Grenell has declassified and left for DNI Ratcliffe create a trail that encompasses the activity of Warner.

Senator Feinstein’s 2016 senior staffer (with Gang-of-Eight security clearance) was Dan Jones.  It was revealed that Dan Jones contracted with Christopher Steele to continue work on the Russia conspiracy narrative after the 2016 election, and raised over $50 million toward the ideological goals of removing President Trump. {See Here}

Staffer Dan Jones surfaces again in text messages from Feinstein’s replacement on the Gang-of-Eight, Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman, Mark Warner {See Here}

Senator Warner was texting with Adam Waldman about setting up a meeting with Chris Steele.  Waldman is a lobbyist/lawyer with a $40,000 monthly retainer to represent the U.S. interests of Russian billionaire Oleg V. Deripaska.

Senator Mark Warner was trying to set up a covert meeting.  In the text messages Adam Waldman is telling Senator Warner that Chris Steele will not meet with him without a written letter (request) from the Senate Intelligence Committee.

Senator Warner didn’t want the Republican members to know about the meeting.  Chris Steele knew this was a partisan political set-up and was refusing to meet unilaterally with Senator Warner.   His lawyer Adam Waldman was playing the go-between:

That “Dan Jones”, mentioned above, talking with Chris Steele and told to go to see Senator Warner, is the former senate staffer Dan Jones, Dianne Feinstein’s lead staff.

Simultaneously, while working to connect Senator Warner to Christopher Steele, Adam Waldman is representing Oleg Deripaska:

(Source Link) 

Oleg Deripaska was a potential source (highly likely in multiple aspects) of intelligence information within the Steele Dossier; and Deripaska was also well known to the FBI as they attempted to recruit him for the stop Trump effort.

John Solomon – […] Deripaska also appears to be one of the first Russians the FBI asked for help when it began investigating the now-infamous Fusion GPS “Steele Dossier.” Waldman, his American lawyer until the sanctions hit, gave me a detailed account, some of which U.S. officials confirmseparately.

Two months before Trump was elected president, Deripaska was in New York as part of Russia’s United Nations delegation when three FBI agents awakened him in his home; at least one agent had worked with Deripaska on the aborted effort to rescue Levinson. During an hour-long visit, the agents posited a theory that Trump’s campaign was secretly colluding with Russia to hijack the U.S. election. (more)

Now, for more motive for Senator Warner to keep sunlight from the operation, listen carefully to the opening statement from former CIA Director John Brennan May 23rd, 2017, during his testimony to congress.

Pay very close attention to the segment at 13:35 of this video of Brennan’s testimony:

Brennan: [13:35] “Third, through the so-called Gang-of-Eight process we kept congress apprised of these issues as we identified them.”

“Again, in consultation with the White House, I PERSONALLY briefed the full details of our understanding of Russian attempts to interfere in the election to congressional leadership; specifically: Senators Harry Reid, Mitch McConnell, Dianne Feinstein and Richard Burr; and to representatives Paul Ryan, Nancy Pelosi, Devin Nunes and Adam Schiff between 11th August and 6th September [2016], I provided the same briefing to each of the gang of eight members.

“Given the highly sensitive nature of what was an active counter-intelligence case [that means the FBI], involving an ongoing Russian effort, to interfere in our presidential election, the full details of what we knew at the time were shared only with those members of congress; each of whom was accompanied by one senior staff member.”…

So when CIA Director John Brennan was providing “individual” briefings to each of the gang-of-eight members (pictured above), they were accompanied by one senior staff.  That means a personal, individualized, briefing to Dianne Feinstein and Dan Jones.

The same Dan Jones who participated in the 2016 Brennan briefings, is the same Dan Jones who continued paying for Christopher Steele’s involvement after the Trump inauguration (ie. payoff); and the same Dan Jones who was a liaison visiting Senator Mark Warner to help continue the effort.

Things making sense now?

Now we see why Senator Mark Warner did not want a “paper trail”…

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249 Responses to Sidney Powell Discusses DOJ/FBI Selective Releases as Richard Grenell Points Out Senator Mark Warner’s Conflicts…

  1. Caius Lowell says:

    Would be too bad if Sen. Warner were questioned under oath as that could be “uncomfortable”…

    Liked by 45 people

    • See, that’s the thing… I don’t think ANYBODY can touch him because of separation of powers. Maybe Barr or Durham could create the paper trail of evidence but I kinda doubt they would want to, you know, embarrass him.

      Good God this stinks.

      Liked by 8 people

      • GB Bari says:

        Not true. Sitting Congress members cannot commit crimes and be immune from prosecution.

        Article I, Section 6, Clause 1 protects sitting members of Congress only from civil arrest and detainment while Congress is in session.

        The Supreme Court interpreted the language “in all Cases, except Treason, Felony, and Breach of the Peace” to encompass all crimes. Williamson v. United States (1908).

        Liked by 29 people

      • GTOGUY says:

        We just had 2 sitting Congressmen go to prison for campaign nonsense and Sen. Burr may be headed there shortly.


    • Sharon says:

      Why do you think it would be uncomfortable? These people have had lucrative political careers based on habitual and skilled lying. I can’t imagine that being put under oath would prevent them from using their particular skillset.

      That is not sarcasm. I just don’t get it – – – – I’ve been watching this garbage for over fifty years and have yet to see a skilled liar brought to heel, except Billybob Clinton and, in his case, that probably happened because his wife’s aim with hurling lamps and other objects was improving. Richard Nixon didn’t actually get burned specifically by lying – he was just so blasted clumsy, he did the prosecution’s work for them….the impeachment charges were never even voted on. He left town before it got there.

      A friend of mine first shared this line about 30 years ago – “You can’t negotiate with a liar.” She’s right. And it’s a waste of time putting a liar under oath.

      I don’t think any of them would mind taking their chances on the possible (and unlikely) successful prosecution of a perjury charge.

      My opinion.

      Liked by 21 people

      • jumpinjarhead says:

        Spot on and we have seen myriad classic examples of the DC swamp doing exactly as you suggest. Take Hil-liary for example. Remember the huge build-up (in spite of her earlier testimony before the Senate on the same subject where she infamously asked “what difference does it make?” that had ZERO negative consequences for her) to her testimony before The Haircut from SC, then-reputed to be the “iceman” when it came to examining witnesses (he was a federal prosecutor dontchaknow) as to her role in Benghazi ? Then came 11 hours of NOTHING! I think, (had he or she even been watching) the average Walmart shopper in my little rural north Georgia town could have asked more pointed relevant questions AND followed them up until the question was actually answered—neither of which did any members of the committee really do in those 11 hours.

        This pattern is repeated as nauseam with these congressional committees, especially if the witness is a notorious swamp dweller. Much ado about nothing as the Bard famously wrote.

        Liked by 3 people

        • glenndc says:

          Ask Willie to turn it on its pointy little head, “Not a lot ado about much”

          Liked by 1 person

        • Zabadak says:

          “the average Walmart shopper in my little rural north Georgia town could have asked more pointed relevant questions AND followed them up until the question was actually answered…”

          One of those “Walmart shoppers” could have been me. Lol!


          • jumpinjarhead says:

            Me too!😀

            Those hearings occurred when I still naively believed that the “truth” would (could?) be extracted from these “”elite” swamp denizens so I was actually watching the hearings on my TV.

            Much like some demographics have a habit of yelling to the screen in a theater to warn the heroine of the dastardly villain creeping up behind her, I was yelling at my TV the very simple and straightforward questions that the committee members should be asking as well as excoriating them when they infuriatingly just let the witnesses wriggle off the hook with dissembling and evasion.

            I have matured (and grown quite jaded) since then to save myself a great deal of bile and vitriol, not to mention continuous shattered expectations that our respective supposedly “conservative champions” will finally put an end to the DC swamp and return America to the citizens.


    • Joebkonobi says:

      That’s why there needed to be a special counsel. DOJ & FBI will not go there. If people are not sent to prison, politically speaking, America is basically a banana republic. I would love to see Warner get that toothy smile slapped off of him.

      Liked by 16 people

    • Linda K. says:

      Under oath, in a public setting.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Todd says:

      Too bad. Their time is gonna come!

      Liked by 13 people

    • ezgoer says:

      Senate is a club of thieves. There will be no questioning of Warner. In fact, Graham and other will do everything to protect Warner. Don’t expect any justice.

      Liked by 10 people

      • MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

        You couldn’t find enough honest people in the senate to have a 5 on 5 basketball game

        Liked by 3 people

      • Jederman says:

        Yes, they will keep him out of the sunlight. If for no other reason than he will drag them down with him. No longer implied but assumed now a days.

        I for one am fine with it burning to the ground. It no longer is a net positive for the country. What exactly are they doing to earn those fat salaries and sweet pensions?

        And really sen warner, being a cowardly liar is not a good look. Man up (ha).

        Liked by 2 people

      • Tip toe ballerina …really need serious flogging this time…


    • James Carpenter aka "Felix" says:

      “Questioned under oath”???
      Warner would cough up (sorry, no pun intended) the goods if his F’n sorry azz was WATERBOARDED while under oath.
      Let’s put Gina Haspel in charge.
      With the clear understanding that she gets the “Warner Treatment” if results aren’t forthcoming.

      Liked by 6 people

    • ms doodlebug says:

      Even more uncomfortable if Sen. Burr gets a plea deal in return for his cooperation…

      Liked by 1 person

    • freepetta says:

      They are liars! Under Oath means nothing to any of these sleazebags.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Issy says:

      Caius: I have never seen a sitting member of congress questioned in an investigative hearing. The club you know.

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Derangement Syndrome says:

    Luckily for Warner, the new Republican Senate Intel committee chairman, Marco Rubio, knew about his texts with Waldman, and he said they were totally above board.

    Liked by 24 people

  3. Wow.
    I’m going to dsend a link to this story to Bill Barr.
    I bet he doesn’t know any of this stuff.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Minuteman says:

      Yeah, President Trump was lying when he said ” I caught them all”.

      I believe Barr knows a little more about what’s going on than you might think.

      Liked by 4 people

      • jumpinjarhead says:

        I totally agree! He knows a very great deal about “what’s going on.”

        My problem is neither he nor anyone else with the authority to do so will obtain indictments on ALL of the coup participants from every iteration of it, including the present as the coup is a “rolling” one, using whatever comes to the plotters’ hands whether a phony salacious dossier, a phone call regarding the Ukraine or a “virus crisis” as the predicate of the moment.

        As many others have observed and as we all have actually seen in the various cases brought by the Mueller thugs, if there is the political WILL to prosecute, it can happen VERY quickly.

        I realize full well that the much-vaunted Durham is now “on the case” and that many many hopeful patriots are placing their hopes for true justice in him. Indeed, we get regular “teasers” from anonymous sources or pundits “in the know” as to what Durham is doing, with the implication that the Hammer of Thor is about to strike at any moment such that justice will finally be done.

        While I fervently hope this will happen, and sooner than later, I cannot but help being very skeptical given the drastic tortoise/hare difference we see in this approach compared to that of the nation’s enemies who, when in the right positions of power, seem to be able to move with lightning speed to bring their political enemies to book.

        While some would argue that the “slow” approach is better as it is more thorough, again I am skeptical as there is “slow” and there is “glacial” which better describes the repubs’ usual approach.

        This coup attempt is literally UNPRECEDENTED (insofar as we are aware and excluding assassination plots, successful or not) in our history, and that is in spite of many other periods of inflamed political passions. As such, the traitorous participants need to be dealt with accordingly—very aggressive prosecutions with the ignominy of midnight SWAT arrests and frog-marches in front of the media cameras. An example needs to be made of ALL of the participants, regardless of the positions they may have held when in government.

        Instead, however, we have Barr himself inexplicably short circuit any chance that the leaders/highest officials of the coup conspirators such as Hussein Obama and Joe Biden will be held to account for this historic effort to wholly undermine our Constitution and sitting government, as well as to negate the votes of over 63 million Americans.

        Where is the passion? Where is the urgency? Where is the visible and articulated recognition of the gravity of this event in our history and the incredible danger, both in this circumstance and as precedent for future traitors, this coup has posed and continues to pose to the survival of the Republic?

        Liked by 3 people

        • James Felter says:

          It is not unprecedented. The IC infiltrated Nixon’s administration and suckered him into committing crimes. Were the ex FBI and ex CIA plumbers r e a l l y e x F B I & e x C I A? Is anyone ever really ex CIA? Why did they arrange to be caught in the act? Deepthroat was Marc Felt, deputy director of the FBI. McCabe, leaker this time around, had the same job. We are fortunate that President Trump had Watergate as a warning and was not suckered into committing crimes. Acting AG Rod Rosenstein told him he should fire Comey and then said that might constitute obstruction of justice AFTER the President followed Rosenstein’s advice. We don’t know how many of the snakes in THIS administration infiltrated specifically to get close enough to bite. But this has happened before. Last time, it worked.

          Liked by 1 person

          • jumpinjarhead says:

            As I indicated, there could well have been previous actual “coup” attempts of which we are “unaware.”

            By “aware,” I would contend that necessarily requires at least a modicum of actual “facts.” If I understand your post correctly, your assertion relies a great deal on quite broad extrapolations between some “facts” such that I am quite comfortable in my original assertion.


          • DaughterofLiberty says:

            Nor would JFK believe it to have been unprecedented.

            Liked by 1 person

    • Yeh, right……….LOL!!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Linda K. says:

      You should.

      Liked by 1 person

  4. TradeBait says:

    The Roman Empire had nothing on DC politics and corruption. Disgusting pieces of excrement.

    Liked by 18 people

    • Lucille says:

      A goodly portion of humanity is not to be trusted with power. It has ever been thus. The corrupt plan the misuse of power from the beginning. The more innocent get caught up in the perks, small compromises, money, and temptations until they are eventually corrupted completely as well. This can happen to all who do not place the maintenance of one’s honor at the forefront of his daily tasks.

      “You will never do anything in this world without courage. It is the greatest quality of the mind next to honor.” Aristotle

      Liked by 7 people

    • theoldgoat says:

      Being that a lot of our basic form of Government stems from Roman ideas for Government, it seems our congress critters took the wrong lessons from their poor grasp of history on how to run things.
      One part of Roman politics was most of the corruption was well known, and many of the senators went into huge debts to gain power, for the chance at going on campaigns to loot the conquered lands. Our congress scum use our money, and lobbyists money to do their looting.

      Liked by 4 people

  5. Minuteman says:

    President Trump is like the Dread Pirate Roberts. He keeps pursuing the villians no matter what they throw in his way.

    Warner: Inconceivable.

    Liked by 7 people

  6. Tl Howard says:

    Lots going on right now in DC, so many issues.

    Sundance, when do you think next declassifieds drop? Is it really Ratcliffe deciding or Barr?

    Liked by 5 people

    • oldumb says:

      Sidney Powell, on another thread, said the DOJ has the documents that Grennell just declassified. They will or won’t release them.

      Liked by 1 person

      • jay says:

        My guess- DOJ is waiting for the Judge to make his move before DOJ files their response and the declassified docs.

        Liked by 2 people

        • theoldgoat says:

          For what purpose would the docs serve being kept hidden if Sullivan balks at his walk down the plank? That “judge” seems to be on a suicide mission. I don’t think the documents would make much difference being used as leverage.

          Liked by 2 people

  7. This (Warner’s escapades) is what happens when Senators on the Intel Committee start to think they are James Bond. SSCI has got to be the most corrupt committee in Congress, and that’s really saying something.

    Liked by 8 people

  8. Didn’t I read early in the week the DOJ dropped all investigations of the Senators regarding the stock market sells? If so, than why hasn’t Burr returned to his position? Not that I care for Burr, but I think Rubio far more cunning and dangerous.

    As to Warner, how many on here remember he was married for five years to Elizabeth Taylor?

    Liked by 2 people

  9. twingirls (@twingirls49) says:

    I think we’re witnessing the battle for our republic’s survival.

    Liked by 6 people

    • cjzak says:

      I think that’s been going on since Barry got elected in 2008. It’s just gotten more intense since we the people wised up and elected DJT. The battle is being waged right out in the open now. Keep fighting those that want to break America and put us all under their control.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Muthaucker says:

      You are witnessing the simultaneous ending of the American 80-year institutional cycle and the American 50 year socio-economic cycle(s). Buckle your seatbelts for the next ten years or so. After that, American rebirth and the cycles begin anew.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Conservative_302 says:

      We’ve been witnessing it since we were born. We just didn’t know it. Think about the years Regan was in office. The fight between good and evil within and outside of ourselves is the game of life.


    • Zabadak says:

      twingirls…thank you for getting us back on topic.


  10. Cheese says:

    Does anyone in DC actually do anything for us?

    Liked by 6 people

  11. Mike in a Truck says:

    Burr is as dirty as Warner.

    Liked by 9 people

  12. Blind no Longer says:

    Oh how I pray Warner goes down in flames….and Little Marco too if he tries to obstruct the sunlight that’s about to shine on that corrupt committee!!!

    Thank you Ric Grenell!!! You sir are a great American!!

    Liked by 15 people

  13. gary says:

    wonder what was on burrs phone?

    Liked by 2 people

    • oldumb says:

      Maybe they wiped it clean, with a cloth or something.

      Liked by 1 person

    • samwise163 says:

      In Burr’s phone:
      1. Nude selfies of Mark Warner and
      2. videos called “8 minutes of Rod Rosenstein: a self help guide on teaching how to sniff and talk and sniff repeatedly while pointing your finger and shaking your pointed finger at people who call you out for your corruption.”
      3.”Idiots guide to insider trading: Cliff Notes”

      Liked by 2 people

  14. Skidroe says:

    Good GOD! We are talking about trying to take down the President of the U.S. If this means Warner has to go to jail so be it! You can not get the jail door open fast enough for him.

    Liked by 8 people

  15. Bryan Alexander says:

    “I don’t want a paper trail” means he is doing something unethical or illegal.

    Liked by 11 people

  16. DesertRain says:

    Ah… perhaps there’s a bit of a timing hiccup… The Flynn-related materials Grenell declassified and left with Ratcliffe may be material in the DOJ brief to be filed with the DC Appeals court. If yes, then does it make sense to let docs go public as content within the brief? Just a thought…

    Liked by 2 people

  17. WhiteBoard says:

    Hey look at who else was involved in the coup ! Good ole Maginskiy Act Bill Browder

    Liked by 3 people

    • Anon says:

      The Browder film is still available publicly, if anyone has not seen it yet:

      The Magnitsky Act – Behind the Scenes

      How Russia-gate Met the Magnitsky Myth

      Near the center of the current furor over Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting with a Russian lawyer in June 2016 is a documentary that almost no one in the West has been allowed to see, a film that flips the script on the story of the late Sergei Magnitsky and his employer, hedge-fund operator William Browder. ~ via Consortium News

      Totally worth the time, if you have not seen the film already!!!

      Liked by 2 people

    • MR52 says:

      Well here are the names I took – obviously Chalupa was key. Notice that the Wisc. rep was included. Could that be the Paul Ryan connection?

      Ryan Canfield
      Hal Rogers
      Maria Bowie
      Tom Cole
      deborah Weigel
      Reid Ribble
      Carle Frame
      Brendan Boyle
      Irena Chalupa
      Slava Vakarchuk
      Okeam Elzy
      Ivan Miroshnickenko

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      • WhiteBoard says:

        Yes – Ryan created the contested convention – to forced Trump to negotiate a truce if he would take Manafort on as his campaign manager.

        The first Step in the SET up was done by the republican establishment against PDJT to put the manafort stain on him. Corey lewandowski had the fake bimbo getting grabbed to force his removal…. where is SHE NOW?

        Liked by 1 person

        • whjoe says:

          I have wondered why I never see that set up spoken about in peoples timelines of this coup. That move and Marco and the boys claims PDJT had no Intelligence and foreign policy advisors on his campaign team.
          Also, notice how the President doesn’t mention Manafort much. I believe the President knew Manafort was a plan as well.


          • Anon says:

            /Marco and the boys claims PDJT had no Intelligence and foreign policy advisors on his campaign team./

            A Rogue Counter-Intelligence Trap, Part of OBAMAgate | Ep. 36 with George Papadopoulos

            This video addresses that point. It seems like “someome” had a been cultivating a dirtied-up bunch of operatives to feed Lewandowski, or whatever campaign emerged victorious in 2016. (Papa was a foreign policy advisor.) Watch Giuliani throughout the whole thing, taking all kinds of notes, almost like a debrief of Papadapoulus. Very interesting…


        • MR52 says:

          That is interesting. Kinda wonder if we should make a pool as to who was in on the setup. Never would have guessed Cory. Manafort has connections to Podesta so that made sense. Carter Page to intel. Kelly and Rex T?


          • WhiteBoard says:

            There no way Corey was in on it…

            im implying he was framed as a woman beater to create the room for the Manafort PLAY.

            corey is good people!


        • Your Tour Guide says:

          This comment is way after your post, WhiteBoard,
          but remember who acted like the night in shining armor
          in her defense? How it totally changed the direction of
          Breitbart around that time? How Milo got unpersoned
          around the same time?

          Wonder what little Benji Shapiro got out of the deal?
          The Lewandowski set up was a vast game changer in
          the narrative direction. Now the dust has settled, how
          many think that was a coincidence?

          Liked by 1 person

  18. WhiteBoard says:

    the Adam Punk – says I assume you’d like our russian friend to speak to you and not the House Intel Letter (Nunes).

    Why would warner need the russian to talk to him specifically and not the whole committee?

    Liked by 2 people

  19. regitiger says:

    all you need to know about mark…(tongue in check) is his relationship with MI6…


    blackrock…”In 2010, Ralph Schlosstein, the CEO of Evercore Partners and a BlackRock founder, called BlackRock “the most influential financial institution in the world.”

    contacts show that Mark Warner has been the consumer/broker of surveillance data (globally) using various “investigations” as a front in order to “make the market”….and sell precious secret market data (mostly commercial banking data and acquisitions) well in advance of public announcement, providing a perfect time machine scheme to “predict” the winners and losers. Mark has accomplished a record number of congress critters and deep state actors within the IC with a number of shadow bank accounts, also incidentally erected by covert IC operation schemes.

    mark and mcconnell and hillary clinton and feinstein pelosi boehner are among the most wealthy congress critters in history directly attributable to their access to not just the secret data, but of covert operations they either directed or were tasked with “monitoring”

    when we say the surveillance powers are harmful to 4th amendment, and that’s a true statement,

    it’s isn’t even the half of it.

    ps…these are very intelligent and well structured people with many powerful associates..globally….declare war on these people, yes, but understand the larger enemy forces that will not stand by and allow it to happen without some very effective firepower.

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  20. Friday the DOJ files in the Flynn case and some more documents are released by DNI.
    Next week the Flynn/Sullivan court saga continues.
    Me think next week is going to “interesting to revealing”………….at least I hope it will be.


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  21. Amy2 says:

    Brennan, “in consultation with the White House…”

    As for the Gang of Eight, the only one on there with any integrity was Nunes. Matt Gaetz comments about Ryan and subpoenas rings in my ears.

    What a freakin’ mess.

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  22. woohoowee says:


    By Adam Goldman

    Nov. 18, 2016

    WASHINGTON — After incurring their wrath for his handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email use, some Democrats now see James B. Comey, the F.B.I. director, as a potential ally in trying to block President-elect Donald J. Trump’s promises to revive the practice of sending terrorism suspects to the military prison at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, and interrogate them using banned techniques such as waterboarding.

    November 13, 2019


    One of the most intriguing visuals in the political thriller “The Report” is Adam Driver sitting stoically between massive towers of paper – the entire Senate Intelligence Committee report on CIA torture practices after 9/11 – heaped on either side of him.

    The guy who sat in that chair in real life reports that a single detail was different. “I did not look as cool as Adam Driver. That’s a very tall order,” says Daniel J. Jones, the Senate staffer and lead investigator whose arduous work is at the heart of “The Report” (now streaming on Amazon).

    “The Report” revolves around Driver’s Jones, his boss Sen. Dianne Feinstein (Annette Bening) and their efforts to bring heinous and ultimately ineffective CIA counterterrorism practices to public light.

    “This is a story about accountability and about how our branches of government interact with each other,” writer/director Scott Z. Burns says. “And that is very much the story of 2019 as well. They’re not unrelated.”

    “They” were spinning as early as November 18, 2016 to go after PT45 for waterboarding. What a bunch of scheming loons!

    Did the CCP finance “The Report” in any way? How about any of the coup conspirators? Trying to burnish the credentials of Chi-Spy Di and Jones for the upcoming election?

    Liked by 2 people

  23. hokkoda says:

    Kinda puts that seizure of Richard Burr’s cell phone in a whole new light, don’t it?

    Liked by 5 people

  24. TwoLaine says:

    Anyone remember when Rosie & crew threatened House members?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Issy says:

      TwoLaine: I watched his hearing and he seemed combative, but I don’t remember a threat What was it?

      Liked by 1 person

      • TwoLaine says:

        Here’s one article. I’m looking for the CTH version too.

        2 Trump allies in the House demand an investigation into Rod Rosenstein
        They claim the deputy attorney general threatened congressional aides during a January closed-door meeting.
        by Jen Kirby
        17 Jul 2018

        “The most conservative members of the House of Representatives have been battling Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein for months. Their latest offensive: a push to investigate Rosenstein for alleged threats to congressional aides.

        On Monday, Reps. Mark Meadows (R-NC) and Jim Jordan (R-OH), members of the House Freedom Caucus, wrote to Michael Horowitz, the Justice Department’s inspector general, and requested an investigation into Rosenstein. They say they have witness accounts that he threatened to subpoena phone and other records of House Intelligence Committee aides during a tense private meeting in January.

        However, Rosenstein and the Department of Justice have pushed back forcefully on these claims. Rosenstein denied doing so under oath during a hearing last month. And a Justice Department official told CNN in June that FBI Director Christopher Wray was in the room for the contentious exchange and backs Rosenstein’s account.”

        Read more:


      • TwoLaine says:

        Very contentious.


  25. coldanger says:

    ” During an hour-long visit, the agents posited a theory that Trump’s campaign was secretly colluding with Russia to hijack the U.S. election.”

    This is priceless, the dems trying to set up Trump for colluding with the Russians by COLLUDING with the Russians…

    Liked by 3 people

  26. kleen says:

    I have one question: Who found those texts from the crooks to each other and how did they get a hold of them?

    I’m not asking who released them, but who discovered them?

    I’m sure the crooks didn’t give those out like candy, unless one of them flipped. The texts were discovered by somebody, who somehow had access to them. How?

    Liked by 1 person

  27. Mark W says:

    Trump attorney Dowd: Mueller misled collusion defense team – ‘monstrous lie and scheme to defraud’

    Liked by 1 person

  28. albertus magnus says:

    Like everyone, I believe that Sundance and his work is a blessing to all of us….truly shines sunlight into the dark recesses of the DeepState.

    But why does it seem that NOTHING ever gets done about any of it and all any of our leaders want us to do is to stay perpetually outraged?

    Is ANYONE going to be held accountable? Because if it doesnt happen in the next three months, it isnt going to happen at all.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Perot Conservative says:

      FWIW, Joe D is mow estimating June.

      Liked by 1 person

    • jmclever says:

      consider this as a bit of encouragement. When this started in the public awareness, Trump publicly accused the IC of wiretapping his phones for which he was universally mocked by the media in Stepford fashion. Now what happened to candidate and now President Trump is common knowledge. It is the details and bad actors being teased out of the tangle. All of this drama has led to the FISA being cancelled until further notice. Things are happening, even if they are happening slowly.

      Liked by 1 person

  29. We here at CTH know of so many documented crimes that it truly is amazing that nobody is indicted yet …

    We need someone from outside of DC to be the next AG.

    Liked by 5 people

  30. 4EDouglas says:

    Comey is the fall guy-for now.
    Speaking of the FBI how about Director Whittaker?

    Liked by 2 people

  31. Perot Conservative says:

    FWIW, Adam H throws in Mcmasters as part of the coup.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Tl Howard says:

      McMaster was the leaker in the WH.
      What perfidy. He betrayed his Commander-in-Chief.

      Liked by 3 people

      • whjoe says:

        Mcmaster and Kelly have a lot to lose. These are military people trying to overthrow the Commander in Chief. Hope for their families sake they were not involved.
        Hard to believe they weren’t. They are traitors to the USA.


        • railer says:

          Let’s not forget about the jarhead at Defense, who wanted to take a farewell tour around the world bashing Trump before leaving that job, upon which Trump told him he’d have to leave immediately. That guy likely helped squelch investigation in the Pentagon, and all the black contracts like with Halper and such, faking the dossier.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Mncpo(ret) says:

          Don’t forget McMaster asked Susan Rice who he should make his Chief Aide. Susan recommended and he took-Eric Ciamello (sic) THE FAKE WHISTLEBLOWER.


  32. Doppler says:

    It has been two or more years since these Waldman Warner Deripaska texts leaked out, I’m not sure from where, but we saw them here. As far as I can tell nothing has been done about them.

    Dems and MSM keep escalating their attacks and rhetoric.

    Liked by 1 person

  33. mark says:

    John Dowd, President Trumps lawyer who had to deal with mueller for nearly 2 years! Just ask Mr. Dowd if mueller was cognizant during that time? Hey wait a minute there’s probably some youtube videos out there.


  34. Baby Hurley says:

    Must be terrifying knowing that the many layers of cover are slowly, but surely, being peeled away to expose yourself as a key member of the attempted coups of THIS President.


  35. markjohnson2303 says:

    I want to hear everything that Sidney Powell has to say, but I don’t want to listen to Liz MacDonald ask the questions. Did that lady sound drunk to anybody else besides me?

    Liked by 1 person

  36. Zy says:

    🐴 face Warner must be put out to pasture.


  37. GTOGUY says:

    AG Barr saw something unusual in the un-maskings that peeked his interest, so he assigned A/USA Bash to look into that too.

    Liked by 2 people

  38. martyb59 says:

    I love that Richard Grenell is shining a light on these cockroaches! Let’s hope Ratcliffe keeps up the good work.

    Liked by 1 person

  39. Jan says:

    At the same time, the House Dems are clamoring to get the entire report, including grand jury material.


  40. freepetta says:

    Warner is a snake!! Burr and Warner are two of a kind. Hopefully they join their friend OBOZO in Guantanamo!


  41. kleen says:

    I have seen some people like for example, Whitaker speaking up.

    For every Whitaker we see I wonder how many more we don’t but are taking to Durham about the threats they received from Muller’s terrorists?

    I wonder how many “Patrick Byrnes” came forward with their story and provided documents to Durham.


  42. kleen says:

    So many crooks involved in this scam. I have been following this hoaxes for 4 years now, I am pretty well informed and I do keep up with latest. That being said I couldn’t name most players. There are way too many, not only here but abroad. Over 100 people?

    Some have already publicly admitted to cooperating with Durham like Patrick Byrne. I wonder how many more decided to open their yapper and turn the terrorists in with proof of their crimes.

    I have a feeling we are about to see some RINOs being exposed soon.


  43. Conservative_302 says:

    The evil can’t take their ill gotten riches and stick them where the sun doesn’t shine. I’d rather be on my back porch drinking a beer than in a fancy D.C. restaurant bloviating about my power and riches to my other evil friends. How stupid and base these corrupt officials are! What good is all that money if you are constantly worried about someone knifing you in the back. Compared to them I feel rich by serving God and having trusted family and friends. Compared to them we are rich indeed. Now and in eternity.

    Liked by 4 people

    • DaughterofLiberty says:

      Amen to that, 302. Having peace of mind and a quiet spirit, being able to sleep well at night…..priceless. I have no idea how these POSs can make it through the day. Someone here recently posted a video snip of Lindsey yapping in committee about something….he was bleery eyed, looked absolutely terrible. They’re all like hampsters on the wheel – I wonder how many secretly wish they could just get out, but are trapped due to ‘krompromat’ issues. Like Sullivan, for example.


  44. Zabadak says:

    Maybe, just maybe, we will be seeing forced Senator retirements this Summer and Fall.


  45. Susan D Harms says:

    does anyone else recall that John Mitchell — AG of the U.S. — went to JAIL. ANy of these guys can go to jail they are not above the law.

    Liked by 1 person

  46. You have to wonder what the “individual” Brennan briefings for the gang of 8 involved and how they differed for each individual.

    It’s interesting that Ryan took his retirement and fled after foot-dragging in the House for 2 years, Feinstein abdicated her throne, Burr, Pelosi, and Schiff have been all-out-war on PT, Nunes all-out-war to save PT, Reid rode off, and then there’s McConnell who I presume is too dirty to resist but too self-assured of his righteousness to overtly participate in the wrongdoings other than pulling a lever of power here and there preventing PT from doing something or learning of something, etc., etc. They were all informed likely to varying degrees of the Obama spying/”Russian involvement,” presumably depending on the leverage Brennan had or alleged to have on them. They have each behaved accordingly. This is all my personal speculation but I have a lot of curiosity and I hope it comes out eventually.

    Liked by 1 person

  47. railer says:

    So Brennan briefed the Gang of 8 individually, and there are no meeting minutes from the content of each of those briefings. So basically, the 8 individual briefings could each be sculpted for each individual, as Brennan would surely do, to keep information away from those he wanted out of the loop. 7 of the 8 Gang of 8 members were no problem for the conspirators, but Nunes would definitely be problematic and had to be kept in the dark. Ryan helped the cause by fabricating a fake ethics violation and forcing Nunes out of the Gang of 8, during the critical phase when Mueller was being ramped up to get a prosecutorial arm involved in order to freeze Congress, which Miss Lindsay was pleased with, I’m sure.

    It’s all quite transparent today, but our host seems to have caught onto it all in real time.

    Liked by 2 people

  48. CNN_sucks says:

    21/2 years still waiting for any arrest. Commie should be the first, Mr. High Integrity.


  49. jmclever says:

    When the house went Democrat in 2018 I felt defeated, but it turns out that was actually winning in disguise. Controlling the house caused the dems to be so blatant and unfettered in their schemes to oust POTUS at all costs that pretty much the entire electorate is on to the dems even if they don’t know all the details. There are still a few who hang on to their CNN induced delusions but many more have wised up.

    Liked by 12 people

    • Your Tour Guide says:

      You might be onto something. Unfortunately, in the
      bubble that is close-in Atlanta, I hear nothing to support it.
      Part of it might be that Georgia was the first to open up.
      All the bitching about that has been from fearful liberal women.

      But. What the dems have done and continue to do will
      wake up many with a deliberative thought process. The gift
      that keeps on giving. To this day, I still think Ryan was the one
      that gave the election to Trump. Talking like a Republican, and
      then letting Obama basically in through the back door to steal
      anything that wasn’t chained down. People noticed. People
      knew they’d been had. People looked elsewhere. The only true
      elsewhere was Trump.

      Liked by 5 people

    • hokkoda says:

      The best part about losing the House in 2018 is that Paul Ryan “retired” and took a lot of phonies with him. His goal was to throw the House to Nancy, lose the Senate, and impeach and remove Trump. That plan failed, and we are poised to retake the House by reclaiming long-held GOP seats in Trump districts and having a House that, while we still have a ways to go, will be aligned much more closely with Pres. Trump’s second term agenda.

      2018 was a much-needed enema.

      Liked by 4 people

      • As a Man Thinkth says:

        Fine…get the RNC to shoot the lock of their wallet and help fund some WINNERS…Of course Ryan was a snake, but the RNC set back and held the funding from many young and supportive conservatives…The Uniparty is alive and well…


        • botchedcasuality says:



        • TonyE says:

          I just sent another $25 to Greg Raths. Being sending money every so often since the late fall when he declared ( sounds like a nice enough guy, first out of the gate, not a carpetbagger). We got to make the Commie from UCI, Katie Porter a one term cheater.

          I also gave money to Trump last time, will send him 100 after the convention.

          Liked by 2 people

    • OldParatrooper says:

      The entire electorate may be on to the Democrats, but half of them think it was a useful maneuver and were sure that Mueller would provide enough evidence for a successful impeachment.


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