Four Issues Highlight How Lindsey Graham’s Senate Hearings Are a Deep State Cover Operation…

The testimony of former Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein is now complete and we are able to make an honest assessment into the motives and intents of the Senate Judiciary Committee; and specifically Chairman Lindsey Graham.

Without a doubt, it is now clear Senator Lindsey Graham is executing the familiar chaff and countermeasure approach to cover-up the former administration surveillance abuses.

Here are four specific reasons that clarity is assured.  Ranked in order of brutality:

♦ Number Four:

While there was some cursory inquiry into the reasoning of Rod Rosenstein to authorize the direct targeting of Trump campaign officials, not a single Senator inquired about the specifics behind how the August 2, 2017, scope memo was created:

Who specifically identified the targets; what justification was provided by the special counsel to target the officials; why were those specific persons selected; and under what predicate was Rosenstein authorized to expand the Mueller investigation?

The Senators on the Judiciary Committee, with full knowledge and forethought; and with specific access to the document in question; and with malicious intent to deny justice on behalf of those targeted; totally failed to make appropriate inquiry.

♦ Number Three:

To make matters worse… The Senate Judicary Committee members specifically stated they were aware of the content of the Mueller Report.  As a witness, DAG Rosenstein brought a copy of the Mueller report with him to the hearing; and yet not a single member of the committee highlighted the hidden/secret October 20, 2017, scope memo.

There was ZERO inquiry from the Senate Judiciary Committee into a known issue that was/is relevant to the ongoing prosecution of General Michael Flynn; and the underlying evidence, first uncovered within the report; highlighting how Rod Rosenstein authorized a hidden memorandum to target Michael Flynn Jr. as leverage to force a guilty plea from the original target that Rosenstein authorized.   This was completely ignored:

The Senate Judiciary Committee’s lack of inquiry was either because they held no awareness of the hidden scope memo; or, more likely, because they needed to pretend they held no awareness of the hidden October 20th scope memo to avoid exposing it.

♦ Number Two:

Despite the former Deputy AG stating twice that he was troubled by the leaking of the highly classified FISA application to the media, the committee intentionally and purposefully avoided asking the obvious question:

If DAG Rod Rosenstein was so concerned about the leak of the Carter Page FISA, then why did the DOJ under Rosenstein’s tenure purposefully refuse to indict SSCI Security Director James Wolfe for leaking the FISA application?

During his testimony Deputy AG Rosenstein testified this specific leak was alarming to him because it identified the innocent target of the investigation, Carter Page.  However, Rosenstein was NOT alarmed enough to prosecute Wolfe for the leak.  Why Not?

The Senate Judiciary Committee never went near that highly explosive issue.

However, if the purpose and intent of Senator Graham were not crystal clear by those three prior issues that were left undiscussed, the number one proof of his intention is stunning in its brutality.

♦ Number One:

The Senate Judiciary Committee was recently made aware of a letter from the DOJ to the FISA Court written in July of 2018.  The letter was/is a specific example of fraud upon the court during the tenure of Rod Rosenstein.  It is inexcusable that Rod Rosenstein was not asked about the July 12, 2018, material lie to the court.

Please notice this DOJ cover letter (making the committee aware) was personally sent to Chairman Lindsey Graham by the DOJ as ORDERED by the FISA Court.

The content of the communication was a 2018 letter from the DOJ to the FISA Court. The letter below was sent by the DOJ National Security Division on July 12, 2018.

The purpose of the hearing today was specifically about the FISA abuses, yet the committee did not ask a single question about this letter.  Here it is:

This is an incredibly misleading letter to the FISA court because what the letter doesn’t say is that 18-months earlier the sub-source, also known in the IG report as the “primary sub-source”, informed the FBI that the material attributed to him in the dossier was essentially junk.

By July 2018 the DOJ clearly knew the dossier was full of fabrications, yet they withheld that information from the court and said the predicate was still valid. Why?

How is it even remotely possible for Senator Lindsey Graham to conduct an inquiry into Crossfire Hurricane and FISA abuses, and yet completely avoid asking Rod Rosenstein about the content of a letter that was specifically created during his tenure; and goes directly to the heart of his personal involvement.

The content itself is a complete fabrication of information and it was written by Rosenstein’s DOJ a full fifteen months after the DOJ was fully aware the predicate for the FISA application was fraudulent.

This 2018 justification letter was so alarming the FISA Court itself demanded the DOJ send a copy of it to the Senate Judiciary Committee to use in oversight.  However, Chairman Graham didn’t ask Rod Rosenstein a single question about it.

There is no way to look at the absence of inquiry without accepting the motive and intent of the committee is to bury information; thereby protecting DC entities.

The hearing was intentionally scheduled to give the appearance of Senator Graham taking action; he isn’t.  It’s the all-too-familiar…

.….Chaff and countermeasures!

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398 Responses to Four Issues Highlight How Lindsey Graham’s Senate Hearings Are a Deep State Cover Operation…

  1. xsnake says:

    Like I’ve been saying for more than a decade, “the fix is always in.”

    Liked by 6 people

  2. ed357 says:

    Just watched Senator Ted Cruz (r/TX) give Rod Rosenstein cover on Hannity…..dismissing any criminal culpability that Rosenstein could have done out of malice aforethought and blaming it on incompetence…..

    I wonder home many pieces of silver was his “buy off” price….?

    Our politicians are despicable……both sides……

    DC is a big club……and we ain’t in it.

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    • Lawton says:

      Yep only way there is any justice here is if Barr and Durham have true integrity. I am still thinking they might just give a token Clinesmith arrest with a sweet deal promised while letting the bigger crooks off. We will know by the end of August as they won’t arrest within 2 months of election no matter what Barr says now.

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      • Ratcliffe and Grenell may be the ace in the hole.

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        • warrprin1 says:

          I hope it’s Ratcliffe and Grenell, but my money’s entirely on Grenell, at least until Ratcliffe puts himself on the line.

          The U.S. Senate has become a circular firing squad – turned outward; against all of us.

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      • tojak says:

        Yes… There will be a token arrest of an underling, possibly even two or three, but the big wig politicians that are responsible for the attempted coup and framing of General Flynn will skate…

        As to barr and durham having integrity, both Tom Fitton and John Solomon have stated several times that barr and durham are doing nothing but stalling.

        Quite frankly, I will be surprised if we hear anything by August, as barr’s plan is to have the failed d.o.j. stall until the election and hope the dims “win” the Presidency so the d.o.j. won’t have to investigate and/or indict their pals at the fbi, cia, and the politicians that instigated the failed coup attempt.

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        • hanna693 says:

          That is so disheartening! Ye, of little hope. After it was over, I thought, they did not ask Roddy about him saying he ought to wear a wire when he talked to President Trump. Uh…oh Shame on them. Hannity, Tucker whatever, needs to ask Graham why was that not brought up.

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    • Mo says:

      His buy off price is whatever is against We The People and the man standing for justice Donald J. Trump

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  3. ChampagneReady says:

    Instead of having a General Patton as chairman of the Judiciary Committee, we got a Dolly Parton.

    The only thing that could have been more sickening as a display of abominable weakness of ALL of the Republicans on the panel, would have been if they were blowing kisses to that creep.

    Graham ; “I know you were not part of the conspiracy…”

    I wanted to vomit. ……………. Thank our lucky stars for Barr and Durham. That’s all we got.

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    • tojak says:

      Awww,,, Com’on CR, you know Dolly has bigger balls than ms lindsie…

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    • tojak says:

      Awww, Com’on CR… You know Dolly has bigger balls than lindsie…

      Like

    • hanna693 says:

      Yeah.. but Hawley really let him have it, he just dismissed Rod’s remarks like he was an ant and told Graham, someone needs to be held responsible and serve jail time for this coup. Blackburn good too. It did burn me when sell-out Graham said he knew Roddy was not complicit!

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      • YeahYouRight says:

        Not complicit. So just grossly negligent and incompetent?

        He ain’t innocent.

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        • William the Comptroller says:

          Don’t worry, Lady Lindsey gave Rod a Comeyesque “HARD STARE” and was able to read Rod’s mind and saw no “INTENT”.

          Then after the hearing, Lindsey was giggling as giving playful backrubs to Da Nang Dick Imhotep-Face Blumenthal and cooing Turban Durban in the Senate’s official “Safe Space” lounge on the 5th floor….

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    • Missy says:

      And they are all so over-the-top complimentary to the person they are supposed to be grilling. Makes me want to barf.

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  4. Pokey says:

    What did anyone expect from the prevarications of the primary Pompous Ass of the Senate! Lindsey Graham is pathetic, like everyone in Washington DC.

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    • Kenneth M. Langdale Jr. says:

      Graham is beginning to feel the heat here in South Carolina. For once in his career he is facing a stiff fight in the Republican primary. It is extremely possible that he could lose as a large percentage of us are fed up with his excessive talk and tv appearances compared to his lack of any substance as his chairmanship of his committee. Has been chairman for over a year and yet, up until yesterday had not even convened his committee once. As I said, he is feeling the heat, and, he should.

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      • larrythelogger says:

        I’m from Oklahoma and I donated to LaPierre. It is obvious Graham is a deep state goalie and has been for years. This is simply more proof and I suspect he’ll be on Hannity in a few days to pretend to be conservative. Hannity doesn’t help with you trying to get rid of Ms Graham either.

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        • William the Comptroller says:

          I love it when Hannity has Karl Rove on it every week. And reportedly, he is going to “coach” the Trump Team on “outreach” to blacks because GWB has soooooooo many black friends, as does Karl, outside work!

          Oh, and Lady Lindsey just announced that he will post-pone the releasing of the 59 Subpoenae until he talks with Imhotep Blumenthal and Turban Durban and Farticus to whittle it down to 1 subpoena, Klinesmith, whom will commit suicide next week on Friday at 5:43 PM by jumping out of a basement window.

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      • warrprin1 says:

        The Senate Judiciary Committee “hearing”, with Rod Rosenstein as the featured Guest, was another nail driven into the coffin of this Constitutional Republic through UNI-Party self-interest – by any means necessary.

        I used to trust many of those seated in the R chairs of this Senate Committee, particularly feisty Chuck Grassley, but the siren song of massive UNI-Party rewards for compliance has overwhelmed every single one of these Senate GOP dirtbags.

        There are occasions when I still hope that Rand Paul will hold the line, even flying solo, but then he shows up to say, or do, something equally disheartening, leaving no where else to turn for hope in this sitting body of “deliberative” law makers.

        The only thing worse than the sold-out herd of Elephants in the U.S. Senate, is the herd of Democrat asses sitting on the other side of the aisle.

        It was a multi-pronged attempted coup d’état, no matter what flavor icing is used as cover. And as Rush is saying right now, the coup attempt continues.

        Evidence? What evidence? Bury it with the bodies, and carry on per usual.

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  5. Troublemaker10 says:

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  6. icthematrix says:

    Sickening.

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  7. margarite1 says:

    If I could accept the obvious fact that some people are above the law then maybe I wouldn’t be so pissed. Problem is this goes against everything I thought the United States of America stood for.

    Why do people gravitate to the lowest common denominator?

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  8. biff0101 says:

    Just another Smoke and Mirror Shit Show! Ratstein was lying through his weasel teeth and he and the other coup plotters will walk free with no jail time. Mark my words down today. Huber, Sessions, Whitaker, Bagpipes, Horowitz and Durham. One giant head fake on the same team. Esper, Mattis, GW Bush, Obama, HRC have one goal in mind: get rid of POTUS!

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  9. Gypo O'Leary says:

    Blumenthal (D) Connecticut got Rosenstein to agree with him that the bottom line here is that Russians hacked the DNC server and that was ultimate predicate for the investigations. Yet no one brought up the Schiff committee testimony from Crowdstrike that they told the DNC / FBI that they did not even have any evidence that there had been any download of any data from the DNC server.

    Why is that entire issue being obscured. Obama dismissed Russian diplomats claiming the hacking of the DNC server was a bridge too far, but there is no evidence of that at all, as per Crowdstrike.

    Blumenthal was permitted in a public hearing to continue on with that false unproven narrative as if it is a fact with no opposition from anyone, and Rosenstein apparently accepts it with no evidence provided to him. What in hell is going on here?

    Who is going to investigate why Obama took this extreme step in his last days in office sans any proof of what he publicly claimed.

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    • Jan says:

      Looks like Sundance, John Solomon, Sara Carter, and/or Lee Smith are gonna have to investigate. WSJ probably won’t let Kimberly Strassel investigate. Those are the only writers I trust. Maybe Sydney Powell if she has the time since that Jan. 5 after-meeting involves discussion of her client.

      We have no reason, based on today’s hearing, to believe that anyone except Josh Hawley & Ted Cruz on the Committee did any prep before the interview, nor do they care for Pres. Trump getting re-elected.

      Pres. Trump has exposed all of the old white guys on the Committee as the never-Trumpers, on-the-take liars for who they really are and they don’t like it.

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    • warrprin1 says:

      See biff0101 above.

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  10. gsonFIT says:

    This 7/2018 letter documents that they consider Carter page an agent of a foreign power which allows them to abuse his fourth amendment rights. But what caught my eye and I open up for discussion is indented in the second paragraph is a “change letter” sent by Director Comey to congress about candidate 2 .

    Did Comey use the discovery of Anthony Wiener’s digital porn to justify the first carter Page FISA extension. Is Director Comey asking FISC to extend the Page warrant because of HRC’s actions and not any actions of Page ot teamTrump. That might be a great illustration of the lengths the FBI would go to spy on the opposition

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    • gsonFIT says:

      Also I do not think the average citizen understands the 702s are retro and gives a two hop rule that brings at least 6 degrees of aquaitntences under the same surveillence as the Carter Page warrant.

      I hope the next congress person that brings this topic to the public square takes a moment to educate America on 702 warrants

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      • Jan says:

        Actually I believe the warrant app was under 701, basically calling Page a spy for Russia, which gives FBI the opportunity to surveil anyone Page contacts or who contacts him. Mind you, to this date, Page has never met the President, nor did he talk to him on the phone.

        Page left the campaign before the FISA warrant was granted (10/21/16). And then there’s that pesky little exculpatory material that should have been on the app.

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        • gsonFIT says:

          Jan
          I think you are on to something. Judge Collyer referenced 704 and I think 705 b abuse in her report. I spent some time on this one weekend and one of the items i saw was a WH powerpoint. Toward the end of 80 plus pages was one flip chart that said “if you get stuck call the NSD hotline. They have lawyers on call 24 hours and basically we can work any situation out to conform to current law”

          I think Obama used 12333 on Flynn which has no oversight other than AG. His rework which is not signed by him (another issue) opens raw data to all IC.

          The rework also lets IC share incidental “crimes” with law enforcement. I think they are going to try and cover up their surveillance with wide distribution and criminal referrals.

          Sharing with law enforcement is the new by the book Susan Rice refers to.

          They used UKUSA on Flynn and the FBI accessed the system that surveillence is communicated on. That FBI access is a big no-no me thinks. As big aa no-no as unauthorized 5 eyes use

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          • guest4ever says:

            gsonFIT: WOW!!! No wonder General Flynn and POTUS DJT have such HUGE targets on their backs. Hope Sidney has superlative security as well.

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      • guest4ever says:

        gsonFIT—With FEW exceptions in the house, who among those vile, evil people would be able or want to educate Americans on 702 warrants? Just askin’

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        • gsonFIT says:

          I know, I know, and I sometimes wish I didn’t spend so much time on it. But it needs to get out that Obama was looking at everyone on Team Trump and as far back as they wanted to go. I think most Americans think there was a wiretap on Carter Page for a couple weeks and what diff does that make.

          America needs to know what Obama thinks about your 4th amendment rights

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  11. John Drake says:

    Deep State RINOS along with Dems are trying to run out the clock…dragging their feet. Don’t forget Sen Graham’s BFF was the Late Sen McCain…the man the FBI knew leaked the Dossier.

    The Chinese Virus further delayed the release of documents they’ve already processed…saving the best, yet to be released, for last. At this rate we wouldn’t see all the docs until long after the 2020 election.

    So once again they’re ALL hoping Trump loses the 2020 election, which is what ALL of these ‘events’ are designed to accomplish.

    BCNU…

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  12. Liberty ONE says:

    JUSTICE in this country- R.I.P. There is NO justice for any of these evildoers who were/are part of the CABAL. There IS a two-tiered so-called “justice system”, one for the peasants( WE the people) where they are held accountable and ABSOLUTELY none for corrupt, criminal politicians, gov’t officials & employees. Once Barr/Durham show their cards in their so-called investigation you WILL know it’s over.

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  13. Elle says:

    Lindsey is not looking well in that photo. The light is nearly out in his eyes and he’s getting that dead-eye look. I don’t think he hates his country, I think it was all just a big ol’ fun party until he sobered up in the morning and realized he’d done some seriously horrible things. No way out. All roads lead to Hell.

    Except fo one. He ought to just cash it in and do the right thing. Surprise the heck out of everyone. He could be a hero! Tben he could just slip away to fab foreign shores and party on forever. He has nothing to lose at this point.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Hawley was outstandingly impressive. I cannot say that about many others (if any others) from the rest pf today’s parade of would-be inquisitors..

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    • The Phantom Stranger says:

      People aren’t going to like hearing this but Hawley is clearly being groomed by establishment Republicans to make a run for president. That doesn’t bode well for his actual character. Everyone the Establishment has ever wanted in that role is either a snake or a pretender.

      Today’s entire hearing was little more than staged theater, held as the country is focused entirely on riots and protests.

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      • johnnyfandango says:

        Sorry but after 8 years of PDJT, how can conservatives go back to the next man up, milk toast, Romney like, bot candidates? Repubs will win nothing.

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        • gsonFIT says:

          It isn’t going to matter what they call us, and Hawley was indeed earmarked by the political class. But there isn’t any turning back now, and Hawley will fit right in with us. Their guidance was subtle, and he is able to think for himself. He is one of us.

          His insight into big data is excellent. He is able to bring right and wrong to the complex culture of modern tech. Send him a note, dont think an email goes through unless ur in his state.

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        • dbobway says:

          I nominate Governor Ron De Santis to replace the Presint in 2024.

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        • guest4ever says:

          After Our Lord God and Savior, Jesus Christ, PDJT does appear to be our last hope at this point in time. I think we know that POTUS is working on the money and long-term judicial ends of things. Pray and fast for our POTUS, our country, and the patriots.

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  14. Jackie Coleman says:

    Maybe rosenstien is a modern day j edgar hoover. He knows where all the bodies are buried. The uniparty is to scared to press the issue to save their own skin

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  15. regitiger says:

    graham: how can you expect me to grow a spine, if I never had one to begin with?

    hawley: then grow a pair damnit !

    graham: same answer (as he squints with that one stink eye)

    me: all I see is dead people

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    • Contrarymary says:

      Sen hawley is a good man and stands up for what’s right. We can know that the rinos can’t be having that the rinos thru the nrcc will do everything possible to target him at his next election. They can’t have anybody who stands on principle in their ranks. The rinos in congress were able to target and take out Steve King. Evil scum.

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  16. akkard says:

    There’s a theory out there, that Rod Ro has been acting as a government informant the entire time! Whether he made a deal to wipe his own slate clean or not, I don’t know. But if he is an informant, the Judiciary Committee won’t want to prosecute him too much before he’s to testify against all the coup plotters.

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      There is a theory that came from DEVIN NUNES.
      And it was that he “flipped” (don’t know about the “informant” stuff)

      Lee Smith quotes him in his book The Plot Against the President PG 309
      “It’s clear that Rosenstein flipped at some point,” says NUNES. “Whether Barr initiated it or Rosenstein offered himself up, he started becoming very helpful.”

      Would have been nice if after one of the many times RR mentioned DURHAM…..
      one of the Senators had followed up by asking Rod if he has met with him.

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  17. Troublemaker10 says:

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  18. bo cat says:

    No matter what, Graham will cover for McCain, McCain was the key RINO sellout on everything. Tea Party and FISA abuses all leads back to McCain. Why did I ever get involved back in 2008? I was tracking the drug trade though Zona, that all leads back to McCain. Justice either happens through Barr and Durham, or we must remove all protections on the Elites, and go full Cromwell on them.

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  19. dogsmaw says:

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    • mike walkup says:

      Rosey did not answer the question : were you willing to wear a wire ? Answer : I have never in any way said the president be removed {laughing} the idea that I was involved in a conspiracy against the President is laughable.

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  20. Gary Lacey says:

    Graham is as dirty as is his former partner in crime, mCCain

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  21. Butcher says:

    The Lady Graham is all about protecting his Deep State BFF coup plotter John McCain.

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  22. When criminals investigate themselves, don’t expect justice.

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  23. Pam says:

    Most accurate descriptor: Corruption? Obfuscation? Damage control? Or all three?

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  24. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    The “Rod Dodge” exemplar:

    Cruz:
    “Are you aware of OTHER instances of DOJ employees FRAUDULENTLY CREATING EVIDENCE
    to submit to courts?”

    Rod Dodge:
    “EVERY INSTANCE THAT I’M AWARE OF Senator would be appropriately investigated and hopefully appropriate action would be taken.”

    So I take it that the answer to Ted’s question is a “YES”.

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  25. Cocoon says:

    Having Rosenstein testify first was the first sign this was not going to be a true investigation.
    You never start at the top in a true investigation.
    There is a considerable effort now to limit exposure of DOJ and concentrate on the FBI lack of candor.
    I also noted the strong unwillingness to discuss openly the history of the past FISA issues and the apparent lack of curiosity by Rosenstein in providing pertinent oversight in this process.

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  26. Gary Lacey says:

    Waiting for justice from the senate, you may as well wait for the cows to come home.

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  27. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    Lindsey Graham’s tail being tucked exemplar:

    RR:
    ..yelling at me in not going to solve the problem…we need to figure out what happened, did people engage in misconduct, are there systemic problems and fix them so it won’t happen again

    Josh Hawley;
    “Yeah…of course. Well….Thank you Mr Rosenstein for your service and
    I’m sure THIS COMMITTEE will take every pain NOT to hold you accountable or responsible (/sarc)
    (To the chair)
    Apparently we can’t hold anybody accountable or responsible, Mr Chairman, so I don’t know what this committee is left to do but I do know this..
    What has happened is unnacceptable and heard the FBI Director sit in the seat that you’re in Mr. Rosenstein and say HE’S not accountable, he says he’s not making any changes in fact
    HE’S DONE NOTHING to address the situation.
    NOBODY seems to want to do ANYTHING
    Meanwhile, we’re in another election year.
    I look forward to hearing about how the FBI has weoponized the FISA process AGAIN in this election year.
    Who knows?…we’ll be hearing about that 2 or 3 years from now.
    (To the chair)
    This circumstance is simply NOT ACCEPTABLE, Mr Chairman, and that’s why I’m glad we’re doing this but we have got to hold somebody accountable for it.”

    Graham has his tail tucked between his legs by the Junior Senator as he peers with envy and anger
    at what BALLS look like.
    Hawley still knows what bullshit smells like and I’m proud to say I voted for him.

    (BTW We in the SHOW ME state are trying to get rid of that garden knome, McConnell dingleberry BLUNT)

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  28. gsonFIT says:

    2 items and I will move on from Rosey.

    1) He “coulda been a contender” he could have done the right thing and spoken up and given his opinion. I heard many excuses but no real thought from this guy. A man with 20 years plus experience. He didn’t have to point fingers just speak out.

    2) His lack of critical thinking skills and willingness to blame the process after all those years of government service is a perfect case study of why we need Term Limits for elected an appointed Feds. RR’s answers would have been the same if he had his bureaucratic job 6 months. 6 years or 60 years.

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  29. Troublemaker10 says:

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  30. islandpalmtrees says:

    I don’t see how any of the obstruction by the DOJ and FBI can stand in light of the following. If I am wrong then please tell me why?

    Carter Page worked for the FBI and CIA for decades. When the FBI & CIA needed a warrant to use on the Trump campaign, Carter Page became an agent of a foreign power.

    Now, notice that both the FBI & CIA signed off on the Carter Page FISA warrant below.

    If you believe that the FBI & CIA did not know that Carter worked for them. Then you “Must Believe” that both organizations, have no personnel database! And, Comey and Brennan did not bother with checking, out Carter Page, before signing the warrants. The heads, of two organizations dependent on research!

    Among those who signed the FISA application were: James Comey, John Kerry, Andrew McCabe, John Brennan, James Clapper and Susan Rice.

    http://themillenniumreport.com/2018/07/doj-and-fbi-colluded-to-submit-fake-fisa-warrant-app-using-national-security-justification/

    Carter Page: I Experienced The Trump-Russia Witch Hunt First Hand, Now We’re Getting The Real Truth

    Posted By Tim Hains
    On Date March 31, 2019

    “CARTER PAGE: Yeah. And so I sent a letter to Director Comey over that weekend and just explaining, telling him reality, just how absolutely outrageous this whole thing is. And I mentioned in there, again that’s why I brought up the fact that I had helped CIA and FBI over many years, and I said we’ve had long conversations with the intelligence community, if you have any questions, I mean this is just so implausible on the face, but if you have any questions about it whatsoever, please do not hesitate to contact me. And that’s essentially the message. And what’s interesting is over the next two months, both the next month in October 2016 and then again January 2017 they put in these FISA warrants.”

    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2019/03/31/carter_page_i_experienced_the_trump-russia_witch_hunt_first_hand_now_were_getting_the_real_truth.html

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  31. SharkFL says:

    This period in history is the final chance, the last time anyone will ever care about law and justice. After the Trump Administration, all hope is lost, if it wasn’t already such a long time ago. We are not swirling toward the drain, we are already in the sewer.

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    • John Taylor says:

      Its ironic that the big distraction right now is a law and justice case in point the rioting and protesting and the killing of one George Floyd. Such a sad reflection of the times in which we live.

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  32. noswamp says:

    Senators, especially Rubio Graham and McConnell are not interested in the facts. The majority of senators are buying their time until Trump loses in November or wins, with them trying to silently control him along with the democrats until 2024. As long as those three are in the Senate, nothing will happen, because they all were part of the coup.

    Sundance, you clearly reminded us of that point a few articles ago. Thank you for what you do.

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  33. Jon Bacon says:

    And the grammy goes to the senior senator from South Carolina, Lindsey Graham for best performance in a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing.

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  34. jimmy matho says:

    you’re always going to have enemies, but what is truly troubling and the biggest problem is Traitors within your ranks, the enemy within is 100x as dangerous as the known enemy at the Gate…..
    this is why RINOs are our biggest stumbling block.

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  35. Dan Snyder says:

    I wonder how many of the commentators sharing their thoughts about the Graham hearing above voted for Obama? Many of those who did said they did so because it would be cool, rad, or whatever to show the world we ain’t racists? Why is America so f…ed up? Herein is a big part of the reason, Americans are no longer an informed electorate. An unreasonable number of us now vote according to our emotions rather than from an understanding of who’s best qualified to lead us to even greater greatness, will faithfully uphold the Constitution, will provide demonstrable evidence of their integrity, and an ironclad resolve to abide by the oath of office to which they swore to adhere to and abide to. When we vote via emotions, or for a person because of color rather than skill, we get what we deserve, which automatically transcends unto our kids and our grandkids, and likely beyond them as well. The forces of darkness are always crouching at the door waiting to be invited into our goings-on.

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