Senator Chuck Grassley Ponders Lack of Durham Response Prior to 2020 Election…

U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley implied this morning that USAO John Durham may not provide evidence of the already well-documented effort to remove President Trump from office until after the November election:

Senator Chuck Grassley
135 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20510
Phone: 202-224-3744
Fax: 202-224-6020

Senator Grassley is chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, and sits on the Senate Judiciary Committee as well as the Senate Budget Committee. Senator Grassley was elected in 1981 and has held office for almost 40 years.

WASHINGTON DC – […] Attorney General William Barr said in May that Durham, who is investigating misconduct by federal law enforcement and intelligence officials, will likely not conduct a criminal inquiry into former President Barack Obama or former Vice President Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.

“I have a general idea of how Mr. Durham’s investigation is going. … There’s a difference between an abuse of power and a federal crime. Not every abuse of power, no matter how outrageous, is necessarily a federal crime,” Barr said during a press conference. “Now, as to President Obama and Vice President Biden, whatever their level of involvement, based on the information I have today, I don’t expect Mr. Durham’s work will lead to a criminal investigation of either man. Our concern over potential criminality is focused on others.”

Barr told Fox News in June that he expects there to be “developments” in Durham’s investigation into the Russia investigation this summer even as he hinted that it would continue through the November election. (more)

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482 Responses to Senator Chuck Grassley Ponders Lack of Durham Response Prior to 2020 Election…

  1. Road Runner says:

    Sundance, what is the over/under on how long it will Sen Grassley to get back to you on you offer?

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    • Bill Durham says:

      When are some of you going to wake up!!!
      Bill Barr is a deep state cleaner. He has successfully slow walked everything just as i predicted. He has conned and stalled the president. Durham is another Huber.
      When will you learn?
      The trust Barr crowd is just like the trust sessions twits.
      Nobody is going to prison. Need i remind you of Wolfe Watkins awan brothers McCabe comey.
      He covered up the CIA torturers and the FBI boston case too.

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      • Brenton Talcott says:

        Sadly I think you are correct,

        The deep state CANNOT prosecute itself.

        The PEOPLE must do it.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Bill Durham says:

          The wouldn’t go after Wolfe Watkins awan Comey and McCabe or podesta. No problem going after team Trump in record time. Compare Mueller to Barr. Case closed

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        • James Carpenter aka "Felix" says:

          Well, Brenton… do you fully appreciate what your words imply?
          Are you willing to come out and say in plain English any of the methods that you believe the “PEOPLE” should/could employ?

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      • jbt says:

        So, was Rick Grenell lying or conning when he proclaimed Barr honest and a great patriot?

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        • doyouseemyvision says:

          Grenell isn’t going to bad-mouth or expose Barr, a presidential cabinet member, publically. Grenell knows you get more done with sugar than with vinegar. Plus, Grenell wouldn’t have a crystal ball as to what Barr is gonna do.

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        • IMO, Grenell is honest and well intended, but has been deceived by Barr.

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          • anniesezso says:

            I don’t think Grenell has been deceived at all. I don’t know what the game is, but flowery accolades seem to flow in many instances (also from Trump), right up until they don’t.

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            • old deplorable owl says:

              I have often said that if I were a typical chair-warming parasite, nothing would terrify me into some serious soul-searching more than Pres. Trump publicly praising me. The first round is the sideways look, the next means he’s picking up the hammer.
              But they don’t seem to learn………

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            • So, you’re thinking Grenell is PART of a plot to stymie MAGA and keep the coup conspirators safe from prosecution? Or you think BARR is legit, and he really plans to indict the coup plotters, but is taking longer than expected?

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      • J says:

        Ill wake up as soon as you can give me some plausible explanation why a man would come out of a very comfy retirement to clean up a treasonous and seditious coup attempt in which he had no stake nor culpability.

        Why he would cover up a treasonous and seditious coup that could potentially entangle him?

        Why would he endure over a year of very public slander from the left?

        Why would he stake his reputation on protecting known criminals and liars when his hands were completely clean before accepting the job?

        And why would he do this with a President who will not tolerate a coverup, because to PDJT this is beyond personal it is literally life and death, breathing down his neck and who will fire him and humiliate him mercilessly if he fails to act in the best interests of the People?

        Would he do it for money? Thats an awful long bet there when President Trump is playing the game. Bill Barr is not nearly so stupid. Bill Barr also doesnt strike me as an idealogue. So theres the two main reasons someone would engage in treason that are not likely in Bill Barrs case. And make no mistake, Bill Barr covering for the traitors is in itself treason and he himself reinstated the Federal death penalty.

        When you can come up with an answer to these obvious questions Ill consider your fairy tale.

        My faith remains in Donald J. Trump. All the rest of the players are merely tools, NPCs if you will, that he employs to Make America Great Again. In the end, PDJT wins. We win. It is inevitaable. The rest will be destroyed in this life and the next. If it ends up needing the cartridge box instead of the ballot box, so be it. I have made my peace with myself and my family.

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        • Bill Durham says:

          1 his father hired Jeffrey Epstein despite Epstein having no teaching experience. Why
          2 he is a Bush operative and the coup involves Bush operatives
          3 he is friends with Mueller
          4 he is a uniparty Republican and was called in to help them
          5 he is former cia and the cia was involved in the coup
          6 he is covering for rod rosenstein

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      • MaineCoon says:

        Bill – there are bigger things going on here than your rants. Why are you always drawing attention away from the focus by inserting a rant usually 2-4 posts down on p. 1?

        Anyone else ever noticed this?

        Focus on Road Runners 1st comment.. Don’t let Bill D. continue to cause choas and confusion and draw your focus elsewhere.

        Here is SD’s tweet. The Big Ugly — it’s started in some format.

        Becoming a Force Multiplier means inundating the account until a response is driven. 👇 https://t.co/PDlhlTbfKH pic.twitter.com/6s4JxkI07E— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) July 6, 2020

        https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

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        • Bill Durham says:

          My role is to call out the jabronis, trusty planners, 64d chess crowd, and boneheads who want to distract people from the coup. we had a coup and now we have a cover up. Instead of trolling me you should stop typing and start listening. And head my words. Or simply apologize in 120 days…

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          • MaineCoon says:

            You don’t have a “designated role” to constantly insert posts at the top of each page because you have self-designated yourself to interject comments that aren’t even in response to the comment you are replying to. If you mean well, stop being a rolcon. It’s gotten very old.

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            • Bill Durham says:

              Concern troll noted. Please ignore my posts and direct the gibberish to someone else.

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              • gda53 says:

                The gibberish appears to be emanating from your end sir.

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              • Dude, ignore the trolls. Until Barr puts his money where his mouth is, he’s all show and no horse. We all hope Barr is not a cleaner, but the actions of the DOJ speak louder than his words.
                I’m wish you’ll be eating crow soon (not to demean you, but to save our country). That being said, I can wish in one hand and poo in the other. I’m pretty sure we both know which one will fill up first.

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        • doyouseemyvision says:

          Force multiplier….inundate Grassley’s office to put his money where his mouth is. Put up or shut up, as it were.

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      • gda53 says:

        So, along with your dislike and distrust of Barr, we can presumably add Sidney Powell, Richard Grenell (and other trustworthy souls) to your list?

        I mean, they are full-throated supporters of Barr so must be in cahoots with the “deep state cleaner”, right? It’s a logical conclusion, is it not?

        Or has he pulled the wool over their eyes too? Those dumb clucks! If only they had listened to good ol’ Bill, who has the inside scoop. That Barr = Sessions.

        And you have the effrontery to suggest that those who feel otherwise are twits? Like Grenell and Powell, I suppose?

        Methinks your hatred is twisting your judgement.

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        • Stop listening and start looking.

          President Trump publicly lauded his enemies, such as President Xi. Stop being so naive.

          The only way to really see what is going on is to look at actions and results or lack thereof.

          The facts are that so far Barr has done ZERO to actually indict any coup member. We have EVIDENCE that McCabe lied under oath. Barr refused to indict him.

          Now you can hold out hope and maybe he will come through and if he does I will give him the credit he richly deserves.

          The main reason I do not trust Barr is track record. Not once in his career did Barr indict someone from government as far as I could find. The exact opposite though in the case of Ruby Ridge, where he went out of his way to keep a murderer from the FBI out of jail and prevent justice from being done.

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          • Bill Durham says:

            Trump land

            Well said. Trolls still trust the plan and engage in hope porn. Barr has already said that obama and Biden are off the table. The ig referred both comey and McCabe and he declined. Nothing on wasserman podesta wolfe Watkins awan. Durham covered for the CIA case and the Boston FBI case. These trolls are the same people who thought judge Sullivan was a patriot too.

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            • I fully agree with your assessment.

              But there is no need to call them trolls, I do think they honestly believe what they say.

              My contention is that the basis for decision making is flawed. They base their decision making on what someone says, whereas we need to judge people on their actions and results or lack thereof, as you just did.

              Until we can change people’s operating basis to “show me the money” attitude (what did you actually accomplish???) we will keep having people being fooled.

              I hope more and more people understand that people lie, so trusting what someone says is mostly a waste of time unless it is backed up with actions and results.

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          • gda53 says:

            It’s you who are not listening.

            Grenell and Powell offered fullsome praise of Barr WITH NO PROMPTING!

            No one asked them “What do you think of AG Barr?” If they had, and they answered with the polite and expected, “Oh, I think he’s doing a good job” that would be one thing.

            But they didn’t.

            You were not paying attention – go back and read the context within which they offered their praise. It was obviously genuine.

            So Powell and Grenell are fools, twits and worse?

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            • Bill Durham says:

              Sidney Powell trusted judge Sullivan. I did not. Who got that one right?

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            • You are absolutely right. I am not listening. I am not interested in words, speeches, etc. UNLESS they are backed up by actions and results. I listen to President Trump because he actually DOES what he promised to do. Such a welcome change.

              President Trump, Grenell, Powell have delivered results.

              Barr has not (in terms of indictments), at least so far.

              Until we INSIST on actions and results nothing will change.

              Face the facts. Barr has so far delivered ZERO indictments, despite more than enough evidence in several cases, including Hillary, Comey, McCabe and others.

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              • bentley1blog says:

                Trump…correct me if I’m wrong, but don’t think Barr can indict anyone. He can only give evidence and give that evidence to Durham to indict.

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        • Bill Durham says:

          How many indictments has Bill the cleaner Barr made in 18 months?
          How many did Mueller make?

          Keep watching the football Charlie Brown. Lol

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        • Bill Durham says:

          Sidney Powell also trusted judge Sullivan. I did not. Who was right about that??? Me

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          • gda53 says:

            Not sure the analogy travels.

            But yay for you.

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            • Bill Durham says:

              Actually you made the point that i should trust Barr because Sidney Powell supports Barr. Sidney Powell supported judge Sullivan and wrote a book about him. She now admits she was wrong about him. If you are too obtuse about that analogy you should stop typing….

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            • mark says:

              Hey gda53, who coined the phrase ” Bondo Barr”? Maybe you and all you other Barr supporters should argue with the guy who coined the phrase to begin with!

              I’ll wait here for the results.

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              • Bill Durham says:

                Mark

                Well played.

                I believe that same person referred to Bill Barr as the deep states fireman. He puts out their fires…

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                • BitterC says:

                  You mean the guy that wrote the glowing article here when Mueller was appointed as SC? That guy? Thought Mueller was gonna put everything right

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      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        Wake me up when you say something you finally say something new.

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      • Winston says:

        “He has successfully slow walked everything just as i predicted.”

        Not a terribly difficult call considering 3.6 YEARS with zero perp walks or even prosecutions, no? “The system” is apparently far beyond being self-correction capable even with a boat rocker president who hires and/or listens to the wrong people.

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      • Winston says:

        Let’s see if anyone can detect the many, obvious “company man” signs from this long list of them. I can:

        William P. Barr

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Barr

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    • sDee says:

      He won’t. He already knows that the FBI and DoJ cover for SSCI corruption.
      Could any Senator not know?

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      • jbt says:

        Grassley: SAD SAD

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      • Dutchman says:

        Note that Sundace ends his article by pointing out Grassley is Chairman of one, and member of two more committees, and has been in Congress for 40 years.

        He could neither be on or Chair committees, nor could he have access to the Senate Republican Reelection Committee funds, without McConnells ongoing support.

        Ergo, he either is an idiot, and was kept out of the loop, when Congressional Republicons were developing and implementing the Insurance policy,…or he was himself involved.

        So, his letters and tweets are absolutely meaningless, a smoke screen to delude the lo-fo voters, that he actually wants to see the coup exposed.

        Vote out 99% of incumbents, vote MAGA only, or assuming PDJT wins reelection, the Dems will continue their crap, and the Repubs will continue to help them.

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        • doyouseemyvision says:

          We’ve seen Grassley (like Lindsey) play on both sides of the fence for how long? That is what they do. To continue to garner our support of them…..then they do nothing. Absolutely nothing. and we fall for it every time at the ballot box.

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          • Dutchman says:

            Yes. Charlie Brown, Lucy and the football,..its no wonder they have such a low opinion of voters, given how easy it is to manipulate us.

            Classic example of “denial” is how Republicons voted FIFTY times to repeal Obamacare, when it was a meaningless showcase vote.
            3, 5, or surely 10 times over several years would have made the point.
            50 times is an obvious instance of “methinks thou protesteth TOO much.

            And yet, “We HAVE to vote Republican, even if we have to hold our nose to do it, cause Democrat is WORSE! ” And yet, we NEVER would have got in this situation, if we had had a vibrant Republican party representing our policy positions.

            If you ‘always do what you’ve ALWAYS done’, you’ll continue to get, what you’ve always got!

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            • Bill Durham says:

              Dutch

              Pro wrestling was big in the south and Midwest back in the day. Grassley and Graham know how to “work” their audience. Go on fox newx and cut a promo on the heels. And then the audience thinks they are baby faces. See you next week at 605 on tbs, i am tony schivvani.. Good night

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        • sDee says:

          “Grassley is Chairman of one, and member of two more committees, and has been in Congress for 40 years. So, his letters and tweets are absolutely meaningless, a smoke screen”

          So in other words, the perfect guy for Sundance to offer a truth bomb?

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          • Dutchman says:

            Well, I suspect this is the first sentence, or introductory paragraph of Sundances third ‘book’ in the trilogy. I have a feeling this is going to be one of those books “you can’t put down” and I am giddy with anticipation.

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            • steph_gray says:

              Indeed. That was quite the tweet from sundance!

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              • Dutchman says:

                Saddle up, Treepers! Calling Grassleys office, using my and wifes phones. Saying “Respond to the Sundance challenge, or reap the whirlwind. I will spend every minute working to unseat you, and I don’t care if they run a DOG against you.
                We KNOW, we’re MAD as HELL, and we’re not being fooled!”

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            • MaineCoon says:

              You kindly called it the introductory paragraph. I called it target #1 (and counting)! With the Senator’s contact information, maybe we should leave messages “guiding” the Senator’s next step in case he missed SDs tweet..

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              • Dutchman says:

                Use as many different phones as you can borrow. Tell him your a constituent, and if he doesn’t respond APPROPRIATELY, you will spend every waking moment and $ you can spare, to get his opponent elected.
                WE KNOW.

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        • texasooz57 says:

          Right, Dutchman, it’s the Uniparty after all.

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        • MaineCoon says:

          Target #1 – I vote he fails the test one way or the other, whether he meets with SD or not.

          Always wondered why he slithered out of sight after his chairmanship show.

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          • Dutchman says:

            Its part of the musical chairs they play in Congress.
            Even majority or minority status changes, as THEY see fit. We saw it in the House, in 2018, and they MAY be looking to swap leadership in the Senate, this time around.

            Won’t do em any good tho, cause,….
            WE KNOW

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        • MaineCoon says:

          Sen Grassley has served on the Judiciary Committee every year he has been a Senator and chaired it from 2015-2018. There never was a reason given that I remember when he stepped down as chairman to let Linsey slithered in the seat. Grassley ranted & raved and put on a good show for us conservatives but nothing was accomplished.

          He tweets today—-hot air, imo.

          The show begins. You’re first up — Grassley. Whatcha gonna do? Was it just Mitch pulling your strings? Do you really want to see the docs or are you part of the puppet show?

          Curtain time!

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          • Dutchman says:

            Call his office; use other peoples phones, as well. HAMMER HIM.
            Respond to the Sundance challenge, or retire, cause we will work tirelessly to elect your opponent, whether they are human or not.
            WE KNOW!
            We KNOW (not think, suspect or even believe) ,…
            WE KNOW; Russians DID NOT ‘Hack’ the DNC and DCCC servers and give the emails to wikileaks.
            We KNOW; The,Republican Congressional leadership was fully complicit in the,”insurance policy” coup attempt.
            And we won’t be fooled, again!

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          • Issy says:

            MaineCoon: I’m pretty sure it’s one of their made up rules that you can only be chairman of one committee for so many years without a break. He will be eligible to resume the chair next session.

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        • doyouseemyvision says:

          Dutchman, you just raised an excellent point. McConnell. Nobody poops or tweets without McConnell’s approval. It just isn’t done.

          As far as the ‘force multiplier’ Sundance refers to, not just call Grassley’s office, but inundate McConnell and let him know we are onto their perfidy. We know Grassley isn’t going to do anything without Mitch’s approval. If Grassley as a 40-year Senate member in Mitch’s GOP Senate is blowing smoke in our face, Mitch needs to URGE Grassley to contact SD. Otherwise, we are onto their collective deceit.

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          • Dutchman says:

            WE KNOW;
            The Russians did NOT ‘hack’ the DNC and DCCC servers, and give the emails to wikileaks.
            WE KNOW the coup NEVER could have happened without ACTIVE complicity of Republican Congressional leadership; McConnell, Ryan, etc.
            THESE are the two central truths they have continued to cover up. Everything else can come out, gradually and they can pull an “investigate to exhonerate”, so long as they obsfuscate these two, central truths.
            Problem is,….WE KNOW.

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            • Issy says:

              Dutchman: The real problem is they know we know and they don’t care. As long as they are not called out daily in national headlines, all is good.

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              • Dutchman says:

                You can learn much about your enemies thinking, by their actions.
                They have ‘allowed’ a LOT of information to come out, in dribs and drabs.
                Look at all the info that wasn’t blocked out, in the lovers text as an example.

                But, they SEEM to have worked REALLY hard to push the “Russia interfered in the 2016 election”, in order to CONFLATE that with “Russia hacked the servers”; “investigate to exhonerate” works this way.
                When simply ignoring a scandal doesn’t work, call it a “right wing conspiracy theory”, and when THAT no longer works, announce an investigation that drags on interminablt. And, when forced, finally release the results, or hold hearings in which 80-90% of the material DOES come out, in order to create the illusion that “they have gotten to the bottom of it” while 2 key goals are achieved;

                1)The ‘worst’ stuff is buried/dismissed. In this case, that Russians weren’t involved in wikileaks dump, and that Congressional Republicons were involved in the coup and ongoing cover up.
                2) The finding that despite exposing a lot of wrongdoing, no one is held accountable.

                “Miraculously, despite obvious wrongdoing, in Fast/Furious, IRS/Tea Party, Benghazi and the Coup,…while much wrongdoing is acknowledged,…no one is held accountable.

                And you can add in Awan bros, Hillarys server and Weiner laptop, Wolfe leak, all the OTHER leaks, and on and on.

                Anyway, our enemy SEEMS to be fighting awful hard to keep a couple of things buried, like the research clearly showing wiki material HAD to come from a thumb drive, and they are keeping assange bottled up.

                THAT is the info they can’t let out, along with Republicon involvement (IMHO).

                SO, hit the enemy where they percieve they are most vulnerable.

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                • Issy says:

                  Dutch: I agree the Russian hacking is the hill they have chosen to protect. Every last republican clings to it, and that is telling.

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                • Dutchman says:

                  Almost EVERYONE Clings to it. The info has been out for YEARS, an analyses by former NSA sleuths that apperently can’t be refuted, and so they mostly ignore it, or vaguely dismiss it as “right wing i-net conspiracy”.

                  They were willing to release page/stroxz texts, with ‘insurance policy’, and ‘we’ll stop him’, etc.

                  But they zeolously protect this narrative, and I think the only media person who may have openly questioned it is Dobbs?

                  Its a tricky lie to refute in a soundbite, as they conflate “interfering in the election” which Russia DID do, with “hacking the DNC and DCCC servers, and giving the podesta emails etc. to Wikileaks, in order to help DJT and hurt Hillary, which they did NOT do.

                  Again, investigate to exhonerate is only used when ignoring, or dismissing as conspiracy theory no longer works, and then the focus is to release and concede 90%, in order to create the versimilatude of complete transperency, SO THAT they can cover up/dismiss the MOST damaging 10%.

                  This and Republicon party active complicity in the coup, are where they are most vulnerable.

                  Expose the true nature of the Uniparty, and their one party rule, under the guise of two party, is ovah.
                  Their greatest,strength is also their potentially greatest weakness.

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    • But shouldn’t Miss Lindsey be there as well? He’s currently the chair of the judiciary committee and been gonna “do something” for the whole term, right? Get them both together for the meeting.

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      • sDee says:

        After this, Miss Lindsey might choose her tweets more carefully.

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        • Maybe. But he just won his primary so he can relax a bit. It’s interesting because I sent my sister who lives in South Carolina an article and she was shocked to hear that Lindsey Graham was referred to as Miss Linda etc. I couldn’t believe it. She is a Republican and lives in South Carolina and she doesn’t know this stuff.

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      • MaineCoon says:

        Oh no. Linsey warrants his own showtime. One-on-one is best. Easier to get a true reading.

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      Grassley doesn’t need Sundance to provide him documentation and evidence, and I suspect Sundance knows that. Grassley already knows damn well what occurred. He had a ring side seat to most of it.

      A handful of powerful senators and House members are at the heart of this present cover up. Don’t expect one of their fellow senators to betray them at this late date.

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      • MaineCoon says:

        The Senator is damned if he does and damned if he doesn’t. Caught between a rock and a hard place, just where SD wants him.

        Target #1 in The Big Ugly Confrontation.

        Two roads converged….which path will Grassley choose? The high road or the low road?

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    • salminella says:

      It is time to go ‘Big Ugly”. The sooner the better.

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  2. DAVID CRAIN says:

    Well, we’re waiting!

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  3. endtheirs says:

    Durham is a fictional character, Barr is part of the coup. I have ZERO faith there will ever be consequences for the multitude of crimes by the Democrat Communists.

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  4. georgehumphries9802 says:

    Go get ’em Sundance. I’ll meet you and be your file clerk if you need help.

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  5. Perot Conservative says:

    Oh damn. Patriot Sundance stepping it up a notch.

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  6. bosscook says:

    Savage, Sundance….savage.

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  7. Merkin Muffley says:

    Running out the clock. If Trump wins, though, all their plans will once again go up in smoke.

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    • sDee says:

      Sundance …”I began ‘gaming-out’ an unfortunate and likely 2020 scenario based on a series of events I suspected would surface within the body politic. The difference this time was the severity of consequence.”

      It is a hard pill to swallow but, this is a zero sum election.

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    • If Barr and the rest all in on it, there is no way Trump will be allowed to win re-election.

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      • So…you voting? Just giving up? Or just in it for the discouragement factor?

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      • Merkin Muffley says:

        If Barr were in on it, we wouldn’t have gotten this far.

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        • Bill says:

          Merlin, that’s not necessarily true. Working from the inside to slow a plan is a common tactic. And knowing how far he can go give the appearance that he’s helping is also a tactic.

          Barr very well could be playing Trump to help the establishment. And I think he probably is. Think about how easy it was for the left under Obama to charge people and book them on a whim. Under Trump it’s basically never happened in 3.5 years. With clear crimes committed in broad daylight. Vindman, Baker, Comey and McCabe come to mind.

          Until someone is indicted for something more serious than a process crime, I’m leaning towards Barr being on the side of evil.

          I think what Trump and Sundance are trying to ultimately accomplish is, get us off our asses to start getting involved. Like the left has activated their base.

          It’s just Trump and Sundance realize it takes a different tact to get our base to mobilize then the left. The left just needs to make their base angry with lies. Our base needs to be shown that life and liberty are truly on the line. And it needs to be enough to pry us away from our busy lives. The left have no lives. Living in their parents basement does not take much to get them to want to leave their cellars.

          Add to that small paychecks from Open Society, courtesy of one Mr Soros, and the left has an army.

          I’m convinced what Sundance is truly doing is mobilizing/motivating us for his big reveal. Once we are active he will say voila! Look in the mirror, you are my zippo!

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  8. Quantum Entanglement says:

    Thanks Sundance. It’s time for the BIG UGLY!

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  9. mark says:

    I think Sundance just got out the zippo!!

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  10. Mike says:

    Sandance calling out da swamp.

    My chuckle for the day.

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  11. Durham is a fictional character, Barr is part of the coup. I have ZERO faith there will ever be consequences for the multitude of crimes of the Democrat Communists.

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    • fionnagh says:

      Okay, you just keep on believing that. The rest of us will soldier on to protect your right to believe that.

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      • Dutchman says:

        fionnagh,
        Please don’t attempt to speak for anyone but yourself. Many of us believe there will be -0- indictments or prosecutions coming from Barr/Durham, and have believed that for some time.

        My belief is that after reelection, PDJT will thank Barr and Wray for their service, and personally take charge of the DOJ, as he is legally and Constitutionall obligated to do.

        First orders of business; instruct the FBI to abolish the 302 system, and do as other Federal LE does, and videotape all interviews with subjects.

        Appoint a commision of former Federal prosecutors, Giulliani, Powell etc to review firstly all currently pending federal prosecutions, looking for exculpatory brady evidence being withheld from the defence.

        In any instance where they find it, FIRE the prosecutors, assign new prosecutors and instruct them to immediately make the brady material available.

        Then review previous cases with the same goal.

        And then nominate Sidney Powell as AG.
        In effect, PDJT is playing the role of “Grennell” and Sidney is Ratcliffe.
        Giving McConnell a similar hobsons choice, and forcing him to confirm Sidney as A.G., or reap the whirlwind, as there is all sorts of mischief PDJT can cause, as “acting” AG.

        Eventually, several firewalled truths need to come out:
        1) Russia did NOT “Hack” the DNC and DCCC servers, and give the info to wikileaks.
        2) Congressional Republicon leadership were “in on” the Coup from its inception, and they ALL must resign (at a minimum).

        Even as they have allowed much of the info to be revealed, they have continued to fight hard, to prevent these self evident truths from being revealed and acknowledged.

        So, while I am totally PESIMISTIC about Barr/Durham doing anything which will lead to prosecutions, I am not sceptical of prosecutions happening by a different route.

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        • gda53 says:

          “Congressional Republicon leadership were “in on” the Coup”

          What you mean to say is that Congressional Republicon leadership were told by the “small group” of IC/Dems that Orange Man was Bad.

          Naturally, PDJT not being in the club, they were happy to be led by the nose. It didn’t take too much.

          That’s quite a bit different from being “in on the Coup”.

          Those who were “in on the Coup” have already been referred for indictment (see Nunes). The rest were guilty of piling on, because the “experts” said it was so

          For someone who thinks Barr is a non-starter, you have a very “pie in the sky” expectations of what happens after Nov 3.

          You don’t believe in Barr, but you believe that fairies and pixie dust will come to the rescue?

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          • Dutchman says:

            No, if I had MEANT that, I would have wrote that.
            The Republican party did everything they could, to try to prevent DJT from getting the nomination.
            We all SAW that, so I won’t recount.
            And, watching him knock over their 16 candidates like bowling pins in a strike, they had to think “what happens if he WINS?”
            Even after the nomination, the party apparatus in many key states like Ohio, was openly working against his election.

            Now, the Insurance policy, as planned, requires the House majority to be Democrat. A Republican majority house can not be SEEN as initiating an impeachment against a sitting Republican POTUS.

            And, in order for experienced swamp creatures like Brennan, Comey etc to be willing to do what they did, they had to KNOW; not think, suspect or hope, but absotutely positively KNOW that if it “went off the rails” that Congressional Republicans would do everything in their considerable power to block any meaningful investigation, INSTEAD of exposing the coup, for political gain in the midterms.

            When you are plotting a coup, there is only ONE way you can have THAT level of assurance; and that is if the Republicans are as culpable as you are.

            Half the mueller effort was aimed at US; IF they could wear us down, and degrade PDJT’s support enough, they could impeach him for spitting on a sidewalk, because we would accept it.
            The other half was trying to construct an ‘excuse’ that Americans (we) would accept as valid; Watergate 2.0.

            Engage in more and more outrageous behavior, until PDJT fires Mueller, Rosie and Sessions, and then (making allusions to Nixons Saturday nite massacre, and saying “No one is above the law, not even POTUS) SAY the Republican Senators were prepared to vote to convict, in order to force his resignation.

            It was ALWAYS about the, Senate Republicans, and THAT was the plan, from day one; it HAD to be.

            There simply is no other explanation that explains what we have seen unfold, before our eyes.

            The true ‘predicate’ or source, the origination of the idea for the coup,…HAS to be Congressional REPUBLICON Leadership.

            The same leadership that initiated a bogus eths investigation against Nunes, forcing him to step down as Chairman, for ‘investigate to exhonerate’ Gowdy, that refused to authorise subpoenas or initiate court cases (sue on behalf of Congress, something the Speaker authorises).
            Same Congressional Republicon leadership that gifted the House to Dems (all part of the plan, see above) in the midterms.
            Same Senate,Republicon leadership that put Graham in to sit on Judiciary and do NOTHING but promise, same Congressional Republicon leadership that sang along with Mitch “Oh, Mueller’s an honorable man, which none of us can deny!”

            And THATS who confirmed Barr, who after two years STILL hasn’t made the FBI stop using 302’s, and do what all other Federal LE do, and record interviews with subjects, and who has done NOTHING to clean house at the,DOJ of prosecutors who routinely withold brady evidence.

            None of which requires the dotting of I’s, or crossing of T’s, by the way.

            So don’t talk to ME about “fairies and pixie dust”; your trying to point out a splinter in my eye that ain’t there, but you can’t see it cause of the log in your own.

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            • gda53 says:

              That line got to you, did it.

              But you believe that PDJT will get re-elected even though Barr is plotting against him.

              You believe that Sidney Powell could get confirmed as AG, even if he does (with a Dem House & Senate?)

              You believe that PDJT could appoint himself “acting AG”

              You believe that suddenly PDJT can “control” McConnell (who likely won’t even be in power).

              I’m thinking I gave you too much credit for merely believing in “fairies and pixie dust”. You’re a long way further down the rabbit hole than I even thought.

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              • Dutchman says:

                Yes, I have long believed that ‘perp walks’ prior to the election were not only not a necesary prerequisite to reelection, but could actually be counterproductive TO reelection.

                Run on the economy (pre-covid certainly), the Wall, etc. Perp walks could just be used to feed the dictator/abuse of power narrative.

                And, while there are those that have said they will not vote for PDJT unless there are perp walks, they are a vocal but small minority, and who else they gonna vote for.

                Ratcliffe got confirmed, after getting the cold shoulder from McConnell and Graham, and not “getting out of committtee” (because McConnell didn’t want him),
                Because Grennell forced them to confirm Ratcliffe.

                And yes, PDJT has directly said, on multiple occasions, that while he doesn’t WANT to, he is fully within his legal authority, and is Constitutionally OBLIGATED to take direct control of the DOJ (and therefore FBI) if he sees injustices occurring.

                And so, YES I think if he did that, McConnel would confirm someones pet cat as A.G, if PDJT nominated it.

                And I never said there would be a Democrat controlled Senate and House, or that McConnell wouldn’t still be majority leader.

                Although I don’t think the Dems taking control of the Senate guarantees an Impeachment conviction.

                We ALL have gone down the rabbit hole to Wonderland, when we elected PDJT.

                Down is Up, back is forward, and Nanzi is the red queen, yelling “Off with his head”.

                If you haven’t figured that out by now, I guess you never will,…

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              • Dutchman says:

                Yes, I have long believed that ‘perp walks’ prior to the election were not only not a necesary prerequisite to reelection, but could actually be counterproductive TO reelection.

                Run on the economy (pre-covid certainly), the Wall, etc. Perp walks could just be used to feed the dictator/abuse of power narrative.

                And, while there are those that have said they will not vote for PDJT unless there are perp walks, they are a vocal but small minority, and who else they gonna vote for.

                Ratcliffe got confirmed, after getting the cold shoulder from McConnell and Graham, and not “getting out of committtee” (because McConnell didn’t want him),
                Because Grennell forced them to confirm Ratcliffe.

                And yes, PDJT has directly said, on multiple occasions, that while he doesn’t WANT to, he is fully within his legal authority, and is Constitutionally OBLIGATED to take direct control of the DOJ (and therefore FBI) if he sees injustices occurring.

                And so, YES I think if he did that, McConnel would confirm someones pet cat as A.G, if PDJT nominated it.

                And I never said there would be a Democrat controlled Senate and House, or that McConnell wouldn’t still be majority leader.

                Although I don’t think the Dems taking control of the Senate guarantees an Impeachment conviction.

                We ALL have gone down the rabbit hole to Wonderland, when we elected PDJT.

                Down is Up, back is forward, and Nanzi is the red queen, yelling “Off with his head”.

                If you haven’t figured that out by now, I guess you never will,…

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              • Dutchman says:

                gda53,
                Hmm, this ‘conversation’ is an awful lot like a conversation I had recently, with hecklerdon.

                Just like him, you make no attempt to refute my arguments, you simply express ridicule that I could possibly believe such a thing, and bring up irrelevant side issues,…
                without even attempting to counter my arguments, as everyone reading this can see.

                This is not merely Occams razor (all things being equal, the simplest explanation is usually right),…
                This is FAR beyond that; the ONLY POSSIBLE explanation, for the behavior of the Republicon Congressional leadership is as I have described.

                It goes back pre-Trump time; Benghazi Sundance has already laid out an airtight convincing case that Republicon leadership could NOT find true accountability for Hillary and the Obama administration, because Republicons were fully IN on the operation, that supplied 100’s of tons of munitions to ISIS, including sophisticated manpads used to kill seal team 6.
                So, they exhonerated Clinton and Obama admin of culpability, in exchange for which the,Republicons involvement wasn’t brought up.

                Ditto for Tea party/IRS, which is the most obvious. Tea party’s stated goal was to primary REPUBLICON leaders in Congress.
                WHY in the world would Obama admin break the law to try to derail THAT? If anything, you would think Obama would order IRS to EXPEDITE the 501C requests.

                And, of coarse there is Fast/Furious, as well.

                And, we all WATCHED these scandals unfold, Republicons hold hearings, and nothing happen; no accountability.

                And we all, instinctively KNEW something just didn’t SMELL right,…it was Republicon complicity we were smelling.

                Swamps been rotten for a loooooong time.

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  12. Bill says:

    Hell yea, Sundance! Time to take it to these people out in the open! Go get them!

    Liked by 3 people

  13. Ray Runge says:

    Thats is a profoundly large lever you have offered Grassley in assistance to awaken Barr / Durham and the ghost of Huber.

    To stir that bunch to action is akin to parting there Dead Sea.

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  14. John McStain says:

    At what point do we come up to that DOJ prosecution rule as it pertains to elections? The old “Well the DOJ can’t prosecute anyone 60 days before an election!” <– Because that wall is fast approaching and I have little faith anything will be done prior.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      AG Barr I believe said that isn’t a factor as none of the people they are looking at are running for office.

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    • Maybe John McStain but we can make Grassley’s life and the lives and peace of mind of his office staff a living hell for a while.

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    • steph_gray says:

      I think it’s certainly time for our side to ignore any silly rule that is only there to hobble the Rs. I don’t think this particular one is codified in any law, correct?

      If it is, even then, so is the unused unconstitutional Logan Act, and we know what happened with that one…

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  15. Thankful for Americans Outside of DPRK says:

    Message left for Senator Grassley to respond to Last Refuge tweet and meet up to be presented with evidence of SSCI corruption.

    I figured I would call and leave a polite message and ask for representation as neither one of my Senators from CA represent my or any other conservatives interests.

    Thank you, Sundance

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  16. ElGato says:

    Sundance deliberately posted Grassley’s contact info. Call his office. Let him know we know he’s not serious if he doesn’t take up Sundance’s offer.

    Liked by 18 people

  17. RAC says:

    “……..till after the election so as not to influence the vote”
    Errr that cuts both ways, depends who’s vote is foremost in his concern !

    Liked by 1 person

  18. lotbusyexec says:

    Call to arms all – Retweet with vigor!

    Liked by 5 people

    • goldvalkyrie says:

      I left Twitter after 8 years – I’m on Parler now. I don’t see that Sundance is on Parler – possibly let’s get it on Parler.

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  19. Just Me says:

    Check and mate.
    Nice move, Sundance!

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  20. Perot Conservative says:

    Bill Barr interview one month ago (June 9th?) with Brett Baier.

    “”We can’t discuss future charges. But I have to say that I do find a little irritating,” Barr said. “You know, the propensity in the American public on all sides of the political spectrum when they see something they think could be a criminal violation, I say, why hasn’t this person been indicted again? And, you know, there’s the old saying that that the wheels of justice grind slow and they do run slow because we have due process and we follow the process. ** But people should not draw from the fact that no action has been taken that taken yet, that that means that people or people are going to get away with wrongdoing.” ” **

    “The attorney general emphasized, however, that he wasn’t concerned about criticisms of the Durham probe in an election year.”

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/barr-says-familiar-names-among-those-doj-is-investigating-in-durham-probe

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    • Bill says:

      The wheels only grind slow when the good guys are trying to prosecute someone. When it’s the left at the helm feds will show up at a 70 year old mans house at 3 am with SWAT/RIOT teams and NEWS in tow in under a weeks time.

      Spare me your BS, Mr. Barr.

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  21. yohio says:

    I called his office I asked the guy who answered if he was going to respond to information you had. The guy stuttered and stammered and hung up on me.
    Call Grassley office like I did and demand that he look at CTH’s evidence or at least respond
    @ChuckGrassley
    ph.202-224-3744

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  22. lolli says:

    Sundance 🇺🇸 calling Grassley’s bluff!
    Time to follow his lead and give Grassley a call 🇺🇸

    Liked by 6 people

    • Ray Runge says:

      AND just maybe all the clarity of criminal lawlessness can shame Barr and Durham into doing their job

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      • lolli says:

        Ray Runge 🇺🇸
        Yep. I hear ya.
        That was my hope 8 mos ago, due to Barr’s ego.
        But, IMO, Barr thinks PT will be gone soon and he can cover it all up,
        I think he’s sticking to the plan.
        That’s why Sundance has to step up with his research, like PT had to step up and run for President.
        They are Patriots who are risking everything to save our Republic. 🇺🇸
        We need to be ready.

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      • MaineCoon says:

        I wish that were true, Ray, but these people don’t have any shame and do nothing because they know no one will hold them responsible for not doing anything. This is why SD, imo, had chosen a great ‘insurance policy’. It’s visual (live streaming) and he’s going direct to the people. It will anger many and empower the vote for PT.

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  23. Rileytrips says:

    How can a federal government department, with immense power, which has been infiltrated with criminals who abuse its power, be able to competently discipline and hold itself accountable for crimes?! This is NOT possible!!

    We the people do NOT consent to be governed this way – by criminals!! They have lost our trust.

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  24. sDee says:

    A preview. A fine one at that!

    Liked by 1 person

  25. negasht7 says:

    The evidence has to relate to Wolfe leak and cover-up. Eventually Wolfe’s guilt shows up on a footnote. It tangentially involves the Warner/Waldman texts as well. Little Marco exonerated Warner. Having said that, it would be awesome if there was even stronger evidence for a different aspect of the conspiracy because the Wolfe stuff is rock solid.

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  26. theoldgoat says:

    I guess it’s time to see if Grassley is serious or not. I am hoping, that at his tender age, he might like to go out in a blaze of glory rather than obscurity. History isn’t made by the timid, and the clock is running down on Grassley, he might have a desire to leave a massive impression in the history books by helping to destroy this cabal.

    It’s his move. If he is serious, I am sure Sundance can give enough of a taste for the materials he has to light the fire.

    Liked by 4 people

  27. bacillus says:

    “Senator Grassley was elected in 1981 and has held office for almost 40 years.”

    That’s the problem we have with those who govern the nation. Careerism.

    Liked by 7 people

  28. thrawlbrauna says:

    DO IT! Hell ya! Now we have to wait and see if they have the balls to follow through. We all know that ‘you’ will!

    Liked by 1 person

  29. Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

    Address, phone number, fax. Contact from website has that zip code denier. You can bet i’m calling him every few minutes.

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  30. Kim Saxon says:

    Just called Senator Grassley’s office. I spoke to a staff member and told him I was waiting for the Senator to take up Sundance’s offer of evidence of SSCI corruption. We know and are watching!

    Liked by 8 people

    • sDee says:

      Great!
      In the not too distant future we will be further prepared with Thomas Paine’s pamphlets on SSCI criminals and their likes, to post far and wide across the WWW.

      Liked by 2 people

  31. RAC says:

    Sounds like they’d rather let gullible people get conned into voting for liars and frauds rather than let the truth be known.

    Liked by 2 people

  32. HB says:

    Why would Chuckles post that? Sad. Sad.

    I can smell what he stepped in from the other Washington. Blow his lines up fellas.

    Liked by 1 person

  33. starfcker says:

    Wasn’t Grassley chairman of Judiciary, and abdicated it to Lindsey Graham for a year so he wouldn’t have to deal with it? Lindsey drew the short straw, and has successfully kept anything from happening on that front. So Grassley gets to clutch his pearls, Oh my gosh, they’ve run out the clock!!! I wanted to fix this so badly!!! These guys are all con artists. EVERY. SINGLE. ONE.

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  34. Rix Six says:

    Grassley, elected to office 40 years ago. 40 years of accommodating the lefts march to absolute power through compromising with the reasonable lefties. Grassley, if you have documents that will expose the truth, dump them onto OANN, onto Judicial Watch and force Barrs hand. Don’t be afraid of losing your sweetheart pig trough position. If the left succeeds, there will be 10s of millions that will be in a much worst position than you will be for doing what’s right. This country needs you to man up now more than ever. Lindsey Graham tough talk doesn’t carry water anymore.

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  35. gunrunner03 says:

    Bravo! I just contacted Sen. Grassley by email via his Senate website encouraging him to take-up SD’s offer to meet. I told him that as resident of Virginia, the ranking member of the committee, Sen. Mark Warner, was a principal in SCCI corruption. Let’s see if Sen Grassley has the cajones to meet/act.

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  36. 2020 says:

    Barr is running out the clock. How could you put in a Bush recommendation ?!

    Grassley will be no help. Grassley is deaf pretty much. So when a aide tells him Trump is calling you can hear him say what the hell does he want now.

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  37. Mark W says:

    MEADOWS: “The President Will Do More In The Next Four Weeks Than Biden Has Done In 40 Years” — Executive Orders Coming
    https://www.investmentwatchblog.com/meadows-the-president-will-do-more-in-the-next-four-weeks-than-biden-has-done-in-40-years-executive-orders-coming/

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  38. biff0101 says:

    Grassley’s Tweet is just another pre-planned move to soften the blow to the people actually believing that there will be accountability by Barr and Durham. Thanks to Sundance we know every move, every player, every scheme, every tactic used by Lawfare and the Deep State. He laid it all out for Barr and Durham (Huber??) in an easy to follow road map to justice. Unfortunately I think we are going to discover that the road to justice is just a dead end. I hope and pray that I am wrong.

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  39. Akindole says:

    If you’re looking for an alcohol subsidy, Grassley is your contact.

    If you’re looking for exposure of the truth go for Rush. 50 million listeners ain’t chicken feed. He’s got nothing to lose.

    Liked by 5 people

    • sDee says:

      “As said often before, currently missing amid our national condition is action. Information without action is antithetical to its purpose.”

      Sundance has offered to drop the information in the lap of a man with the influence to initiate action upon it.

      Rush is not in that position.

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  40. CM-TX says:

    Grassley has a long history of sternly worded letters documenting the endless crimes in DC. And yet there’s never any follow-thru.
    Glad to see him being called out by SD!

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  41. fatherof3genzers says:

    Not acceptable! The time is now. I don’t care if President Trump rolls out the entire plot without regard to the impact on corrupt agencies. The public needs to know the extent of the horrific, illegal behavior of the Deep State, media, congress and main street. To spend 4 years attempting to keep him from getting elected and then an attempted coup, these people need jail time and exposure and massive lawsuits. Take down the fabric of the corrupt law enforcement. Anyone above investigator – gone. Remake it. Any foreign governments involved need to also pay a massive price. Completely unacceptable that this goes on. They are not too big to fail.

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    • fatherof3genzers says:

      Maybe hire/appoint Grenell as a Special Investigator to expose it all. Sure I expect President Trump will win over whoever the Dems put up, but we need a cleanup of the entire apparatus – Republican/Democrat/Independent. Expose them all, we the people deserve better. The true citizens of the US fighting to make our way and the path for our children (regardless of race, creed, color, ethnicity) – we are created equal – we need to remove those who will not let us have justice. The complete American community wants a justice system that work and is not bought by special interests. We fought for freedom from tyranny before, this is no different – Tea Party, Occupy Wall Street, MAGA, all of us want a fair shake, opportunity, prosperity, a better life for our children and grandchildren. We are the greatest country ever and need to continue that path. Others can follow in the same manner if they wish. If they choose another path, they reap what they sow. We cannot follow their ill advised decisions. Those who have differing beliefs here can peacefully coexist or leave. Any other change must be through our system of government – as long as it is just.

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  42. SanJac says:

    Where is the law that says criminals don’t or can’t be punished in election years ? The vast majority of those involved with the coup and in the corrupt intelligence community are not involved or running for any office are they ? ⏰

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  43. Thomas Pritchard says:

    Remember bagpipe Bill’s quote? “The wheels of justice turn slowly”!!
    Unless you’re a close friend of president Trump. Then we’ll bring 25 FBI agents with CNN in tow ASAP.
    Hey bagpipe. Blow it out your ***!

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  44. candyman says:

    Isn’t a soliloquy when someone is speaking with oneself? Like our nutcase representatives. Round and round and round they go as they speak wide eyed into the camera. Nobody believes them or hears their empty words anymore. Congrats on starting Vol. 3. Your voice will be heard.

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  45. RJ says:

    In all fairness, did SUNDANCE not predict years ago that the “deep state” would prevail?

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  46. SJWildcat says:

    Senator Grassley’s office is taking phone calls and his staff was very pleasant when taking down my very simple message — it is time for action. If the Senator really wants to do something about the corruption in Washington he is in an ideal position to do something about it. We are watching. They took my name and state before indicating my message would be forwarded to the Senator despite the fact I am not from Iowa.

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  47. owtolunch says:

    Grassley has not done any effective oversight since he clobbered the Dept of Energy…

    Admiral Watkins was put in charge and beat hell out of everyone. They put in the Price Anderson Amendments Act and started holding folks accountable for 40 years of sins. It is still going on today but at a much more relaxed pace – kicking cans down the road now…

    So, we know Grassley knows how to get things started…The question is does he still have the guts to do the right thing? He and Alan Simpson and Pete Domenici used to get things done.

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  48. cheryl says:

    There is no running out the clock on an ongoing conspiracy.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Unless the conspiracy is to manipulate the Nov election by DELAYING anything that would HELP the President and PROMOTING everything that could HURT his chances.

      Did you notice that even FOX News buried their bodkin in the POTUS this weekend by airing a pic of Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein, and Melania (then) Knauss?

      DJT was IN the original photo, but was cropped out of the one they aired, even though they left Melania conspicuously in it. FOX must have known this would be “caught” and add EVEN MORE controversy to the story.

      Prediction: The Epstein/Maxwell scandal will be used to SMEAR DJT just prior to the election.

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  49. Nothing will come of any of this ever.

    Liked by 1 person

  50. Nothing will come of any of this ever.

    Liked by 1 person

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