Flynn Case Update: DOJ Provides Defense With Handwritten Notes from Tashina Guahar Meeting January 25th – And Dana Boente Notes Which Explain the Reason He Was Retired…

Today the DOJ has released additional exculpatory information to the Flynn defense team surrounding hand-written notes taken by Tashina Guahar and FBI agent Peter Strzok. The 1/25/17 meeting takes place the day after two FBI agents interview Flynn at the White House.  There’s also an internal document from the DOJ dated 1/30/17, and notes by former DOJ AAG -who later became FBI counsel- Dana Boente.

[NOTE: Keep in mind the last day for Jody Hunt, Noel Francisco and Dana Boente was last Friday, July 3rd. Coincidental timing?]

The notes and internal document are filed under seal per Judge Sullivan’s prior order. However, with previous filings the documents were made public the following day; so we might see the content tomorrow.

Tashina Guahar and Dana Boente were part of the small group inside Main Justice who convinced AG Jeff Sessions to recuse.   But you don’t need to wait for the court to release the March 30, 2017, Boente notes, because we already have them.

When the special counsel team was stirring the pot for the Trump-Russia collusion hoax, they leaked the Boente notes to their allied resistance member, Rachael Maddow.   Those notes form the basis/justification for Boente signing the second renewal of the FISA warrant against Carter Page (April 2017).   James Comey called Dana Boente because he needed the FISA extended and could not call Jeff Sessions.

Comey enlisted Boente into the operation against President Trump.  Ultimately these notes form the basis for why the DOJ demanded Boente leave his position in May.  This is why Boente was removed {Go Deep}.

In 2015 the DOJ-OIG (office of inspector general) requested oversight of the DOJ National Security Division.  It was Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates who responded with a lengthy 58 page legal explanation saying, essentially, ‘nope – not allowed.’ (PDF HERE) All of the DOJ is subject to oversight, except the DOJ-NSD.

When John Carlin resigned as Asst. Attorney General in charge of the DOJ National Security Division in October 2016 he was replaced by Principal Deputy Asst. Attorney General and Chief of Staff, Mary McCord.  After President Trump took office on January 20th, 2017, Sally Yates was Acting AG and Mary McCord was in charge of the DOJ-NSD.

Yates and McCord were the two Main Justice officials who then engaged with White House Counsel Don McGahn on January 26th, 2017, regarding the General Flynn FBI interview conducted on January 24th.

The January 25th meeting notes [released today] likely document Tashina Guahar and Peter Strzok preparing Sally Yates and Mary McCord for that confrontation with Don McGhan.  The Trump-Russia Collusion Conspiracy was the headline they were driving..

On January 30th, 2017, Sally Yates was fired for refusing to defend the Trump travel ban from extremist countries.  Yates was replaced on January 31st by the U.S. Attorney from the Eastern District of Virginia (EDVA), Dana Boente.

With his shift to Main Justice Dana Boente was Acting Attorney General, and Mary McCord was Asst. AG in charge of the DOJ-NSD.  Boente was in the Acting AG position from Jan 31st, 2017, until Jeff Sessions was confirmed on February 8th, 2017.

When Jeff Sessions became AG, Dana Boente became Acting Deputy AG, a role he would retain until Rod Rosenstein was confirmed on April 25th, 2017.   [Mary McCord remained head of the DOJ-National Security Division]

On March 2nd, 2017, Dana Boente was one of the small group who participated in a conversation that led to the recusal of Jeff Sessions from anything related to the 2016 election.  This recusal included the ongoing FBI counterintelligence investigation known as Crossfire Hurricane, which was later picked up by Robert Mueller.

The other attendees for the recusal decision-making meeting (see above schedule) included Sessions’ chief of staff Jody Hunt; Criminal Chief in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland, Jim Crowell; Deputy Assistant Attorney General (DAAG) in the Department of Justice National Security Division Tash Gauhar (FISA lawyer); and Associate Deputy Attorney General Scott Schools.  [Note: Tash Gauhar was lawyer for FBI Clinton case; and Scott Schools was part of drafting Clinton exoneration letter.]

The Main Justice group influenced Jeff Sessions to recuse.

With AG Jeff Sessions recused on March 2, 2017, FBI Director James Comey now reported to Acting Deputy AG Dana Boente.  [Technically, Boente is still EDVA U.S. Attorney and is only ‘acting’ as Deputy AG]  Additionally, on March 31st, 2017, President Trump signs executive order 13787 making the U.S. EDVA Attorney the 3rd in line for DOJ succession.

Question:  If Dana Boente was appointed “Acting Attorney General” on January 31st, 2017 (he was), then why did Don McGahn need to draw up XO 13787 on March 31st, 2017… especially after confirmed AG Jeff Sessions was already in place Feb 9th?

The answer likely has to do with a sign-off needed for FISA.

See the issue?

How does somebody (unknown) advise White House Counsel Don McGahn to draw up an executive order so that Boente can sign a FISA…. without telling Don McGahn the reason why AG Sessions can’t sign off on the FISA?   See the issue now?

In the period between March 2nd and April 25th – With AG Sessions recused, and without a Deputy AG confirmed, Dana Boente is simultaneously:

  • U.S. Attorney for EDVA
  • Acting Deputy AG.
  • Acting AG for all issues related to Sessions recusal.

It is James Comey and Dana Boente who sign the April 2017 FISA renewal for Carter Page.

(Page #271 – Carter Page FISA Application)

This dynamic would later become important as notes Boente took from conversations with James Comey became evidence for Mueller’s expanded obstruction investigation.  [3/2/17 Mary McCord is still head of DOJ-NSD]

Somehow, almost guaranteed to be  leaked by the special counsel team (Aaron Zelby and Andrew Weissmann, Acting Deputy AG Dana Boente’s personal and handwritten notes were mysteriously leaked to MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow.

[Backstory Here]

On April 20th, 2017, Mary McCord announces her intent to resign from the DOJ National Security Division effective with the confirmation of Deputy AG nominee Rod Rosenstein.

On April 25th, 2017, Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein is confirmed.

Rosenstein now takes over the responsibilities held by Acting DAG Dana Boente; this includes the FBI counterintelligence probe.

I can almost guarantee you Boente was removed by AG Barr specifically because of his role in this FISA fraud……  He willingly signed-on to the objective of James Comey and Andrew McCabe.  Boente knew he was targeting the White House and President Trump.

[More on Boente Here]

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220 Responses to Flynn Case Update: DOJ Provides Defense With Handwritten Notes from Tashina Guahar Meeting January 25th – And Dana Boente Notes Which Explain the Reason He Was Retired…

  1. NJMAGA says:

    Was Noel Francisco the attorney who argued the DACA case in front of the Supreme Court? The one where CJ Roberts said the paperwork wasn’t correct? Is he another traitor?

    Liked by 18 people

  2. Hoosier_Friend? says:

    The ‘BIG Ugly’ can not happen soon enough.

    I’ve heard Labor Day by Whittaker and Solomon. Not soon enough, if ever.

    Liked by 25 people

    • zimbalistjunior says:

      labor day? where did they say that?

      Liked by 4 people

    • Bill Durham says:

      Big ugly??? How about big nothing. Bill the cleaner Barr had slam dunk cases against Comey McCabe and clinesmith and hasnt indicted anyone. No evidence of a grand jury. Key players haven’t been interviewed. Bill the cleaner Barr is more interested in a jelly donut than indictments. He has successfully slow rolled Trump. If Trump wins then Barr will resign. The cleaner is the swamps insurance policy

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      • Tl Howard says:

        I swear, you read this blog relentlessly hoping to say the same thing each time. Why?
        I understand your position you’ve stated it so many times. I can see why, logically, you feel this way.
        However, I don’t understand why you feel you must say it 100 times.

        Liked by 18 people

        • Winston says:

          Probably has something to do with this:

          “It’s easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled.” – Mark Twain

          Liked by 7 people

        • I would be ok with an Eeyore filter here! L 😀 L

          Because, repetitive negative comments may be their prerogative, but I don’t care to see it even in passing. And frankly, many comments are made here that as based on NOTHING. There is no insider information driving those comments, just feelings based on expectations. This is no ordinary Presidency, it helps me to keep that in mind at all times.

          TRUMP 2020 KAG! When the time comes President Trump will do what’s needed to rectify the Barr issue, IF he knows he needs to, he always does.

          P.S. I think there used to be an Eeyore rule around here… lol

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          • Marc says:

            The exact same thing can be said of the pollyannas who don’t even consider the history of the actions of Barr, Sessions, Horowitz, Whitaker, etc. The prosecutions didn’t come in ’17, ’18, or ’19 so why would I think Barr will do something different now? We were all cheers in 2018 and the House was lost but folks here were denying it up until Tuesday night.

            Remember the definition of insanity.

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            • Bill Durham says:

              Marc

              Dont get me started on the Red Wavers!!! They were worse than the q tips or the trusty planners. I remember people being put in timeout for daring to challenge their election predictions. Unfortunately they never fled in shame. They morphed into the tic toc club.

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          • Bill Durham says:

            Hi Karen

            There is a distinct difference between being an eyeore and being correct. I have been battling 1.000 so far

            No small group cooperation
            Comey skated
            Mccabe skated
            Awan skated
            Wasserman skated
            Watkins skated
            Wolfe slap on wrist
            Obama and Biden are not targets
            Sessions was a fraud
            Whitaker was a do nothing
            Huber was a swerve
            Sullivan is swamp

            That is a perfect record compared to your trusty plan hope porn. Personally i think there needs to be a trusty planners rule. No need to ban people who are consistently correct. Hope that didn’t leave a mark.

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            • LFOD603 says:

              Plus all the law breaking DS scum he helps “retire” at full pension and $50k per appearance on America’s greatest TV networks… His resume is one fantastic pile of shit.

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          • jumpinjarhead says:

            With respect, I would hope the CTH is a big enough “tent” that it can peaceably and respectfully accommodate both “positive” and “negative” comments, especially when the posts are relevant and thoughtful (in the literal meaning of the word).

            Indeed, I have been (in my view and apparently of some others, wrongly) of posting “negatively” and further, relying on the hyperbolic tactic usually seen in posts of our mutual enemies, I did so “100% of the time.”

            Of course the latter assertion was factually untrue and the former was so nebulous (perhaps even ephemeral) as to be meaningless. “Negativity,” a bit like “one person’s terrorist is another’s freedom fighter,” is a wholly relative term, dependent on the point of view of, in this case, the reader. Indeed, some may see such “negativity” as just the opposite in terms of the opinion being expressed about all or part of the OP or previous comment.

            Add to this the individuality (a good thing I would hope) of the posters here in terms of their relative intelligence, education, knowledge, personalities, thoughts, opinions, biases, moods, feelings, and “style” (posting not fashion😀).

            All of this brings me to the suggestion that instead of internecine sniping as to such imprecise, and as I described above, wholly equivocal notions of “negativity” or “positivity,” we accept that each of us is entitled to differing viewpoints on any given issue and as long as they are expressed respectfully and in apparent good faith?

            Similarly, to be consistent in one’s views necessarily means one’s posts may appear “repetitive.” That does not inherently disqualify them from posting, especially when it must be remembered that in a blog like this, not every Treeper will read every post on every thread.

            As a consequence, some Treepers may be seeing a post deemed “repetitive” by others for the first time etc.

            Even setting this reality aside, how do we determine repetitiveness in the first instance (is 2x “repetitive?” 3x, 10x? Do the posts have to be verbatim the same? Etc.) and, if so, at what point is it “offensive” and thus subject to removal (and who would make this determination and take such action?)?

            Just my 2 cents. I shall return to my bunker.

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          • Orygun says:

            One man with the fortitude of a super being tries to clean a corrupt Judicial system, Supreme court and literally every Federal agency in existence. With only the same corrupt agencies as his tools he took on a gigantic task of trying to save our Republic when for the last 60 years or more they have murdered or tried to murder anyone who dare challenge them.

            Crimes were committed everywhere you look and new ones committed as I type this. Yet, somehow we are supposed to set our calendar for justice from bloggers and not let the man who actually has paid the price to try to help the country determine the appropriate time and place to seek justice and what form.

            I have faith in my President and everything he does is for a reason. It is his game and he likes to win so let him play it as he sets the rules. Like our Founding Fathers he has put his entire family on the line and they expect to win.

            Liked by 3 people

          • YeahYouRight says:

            I would settle for a “block” option.

            Feels like the trolls 2.0 we were expecting…

            Liked by 1 person

        • GuyGadbous says:

          Usually when someone posts the same thing over and over, it all they have got…..

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          • Bill Durham says:

            How many indictments does Barr and Durham have????

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          • Dutchman says:

            Well, I have posted essentially the same arguments, over and over regarding why I think what I think about Barr.

            And NO ONE has seriously attempted to logically refute my arguments.

            I get people expressing ridicule, that I would think such things, and bringing up unrelated issues, but no one taking on my key points.

            I WISH someone could refute my arguments, as I would LOVE to be wrong.

            And, thats WHY I keep posting my arguments,…does THAT make me an ‘eeyore’?

            No, that makes me right; no one refutes my arguments, because no one CAN.

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            • Bill Durham says:

              Dutchman

              You use logic and You look at actions. Not these foolish 64d chess theories. Some of the folks have become bitter. They have been consistently wrong and they dont like being reminded of that fact. So they hope by calling folks eyeore and trolls they can get us to respond and put in a timeout. I don’t take their bait
              Keep challenging them. They cannot refute logic

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              • Ad rem says:

                Bill….Dutchman doesn’t purposely “insult” the person he’s talking to. Please take the hint.

                Liked by 8 people

              • Dutchman says:

                Well, I haven’t been put in a time out yet, so far as I know.

                Actually, when I laid out my arguments, and they consistently respond without ADDRESSING my arguments, in a nice long ‘string’ (or whatever its called) and I know that thousands of people are reading it, and seeing clearly how they don’t address my arguments,….well I figure I probably convert many, each time, lol.

                So, let em rant. Besides, I started as a 64d chess, trust sessions/trust the plan, and then I woke up.

                Its self-delusion, or that river in egypt. You WANT something to be true or not true, so strongly that critical thinking is shut down.

                I have seen family members who insisted the two uniformed police officers, standing at the door, police cruiser parked on the street right THERE, were lieing and not “really police officers, but imposters” when they told them of the death of a loved one.

                Even saw one who insisted the corpse was a wax figure and not their husband.

                Where have all the “Trust Sessions” people gone, and how many of them have apologised for calling others names like “troll”, and admitted they were wrong, as I did when I saw the light, and switched ‘sides’ during the Sessions wars?

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        • California Joe says:

          Well, so far Bill has been right about Barr and we’ve been wrong. No?.

          Liked by 3 people

        • Marc says:

          Because some people can’t get it through their skulls that Bill Barr isn’t the patriotic cop they’ve made him out to be. He’s a company man and someone that want to protect the institution’s credibility more than he wants to see justice done. Notice how Barr consistently allows the guilty parties to exit their jobs before the damning releases are made public.

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          • Bill Durham says:

            You got it my friend. All these trusty planners have is false dreams of gitmo. They have misled people with this q foolishness for far too long. And every time they have their hope porn shredded they engage in personal attacks. They call us trolls eyeores and rolcons. Then they beg ad rem to ban people. They dont want the truth and they dont want other people to hear the truth either. The trust sessions crowd is now the trust Barr crowd. With no indictments.

            Liked by 2 people

            • Contrarymary says:

              Bill, “it ain’t over til the fat lady sings”. Bill Barr and Durham may have passed on the smaller things, but do you know for sure that there isn’t a huge net coming that will sweep all these people into a big federal conspiracy treason charge? This octopus had many tentacles and they may have many people working on each tentacle to bring it together into a big sting. We don’t know yet, do we? We’re hoping for the big one while you’re pulling out the little ones. If they were to lose on the little ones, the optic would be really bad.

              Liked by 3 people

          • offtv says:

            @ Marc. correct. the guilty resign without being charged under Barr. No indictments or convictions.

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          • Tl Howard says:

            So, they can’t get it through their head. Then your constant harping has not persuaded them otherwise. Try something different maybe?

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            • Marc says:

              I’ll continue to be honest about how I see the administration. There’s enough cheerleaders around here but constructive criticism is needed lest we become a total echo chamber like the left.

              Liked by 1 person

      • FreyFelipe says:

        Whenever a 25 foot ladder is needed, Barr can be depended upon to come up with a 5 foot ladder.

        Liked by 7 people

      • @ChicagoBri says:

        How many times have you heard it said on a police drama – it’s one thing to know something; another to be able to prove it in a court of law? We know it, but Barr and Durham need a case they can prove in court.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Ah, the old “gotta dot all the I’s, cross all the t’s, before indicting!”
          O.k., if Barr WAS a “housecleaner”, rather than a “cleaner”, and if he truly came out of retirement to clean up the,DOJ and FBI, and restore their image and reputation, on DAY ONE, he coulda/woulda and shoulda;

          Told Wray “No more 302 system! Every other Federal law enforcement, to say nothing of local police bodycams, has FOR YEARS recorded subject interviews.

          Secret Service (Treasury Dept) DEA, etc. So, its NOT like you have to reinvent the wheel. Just do what they do.

          Make it so! The FBI is UNDER the DOJ, and Wray would have to comply.

          Secondly, establish a small committee of experienced prosecutors, like the guy from missouri that reveiwed the Flynn case.

          Have them start with current, pending cases, and then review resolved cases.

          They are specifically looking for evidence of prosecutors withholding exculpatory evidence from the defence (Brady material).

          When found, FIRE the prosecution team, and assign new prosecutors. On the resolved cases, IF the Brady evidence us material, have the prosecutor petition the court to overturn the conviction, have them apologise to the defendant and the court, and then FIRE their asses!

          NONE of this requires dotting I’s or crossing T’s, and ALL of it is within an A.G.’s authority.

          It just requires an intent to truly fix whats wrong with the FBI and DOJ, by directly confronting the culture of using prosecutorial terrorism.

          Barr has done NONE of this.

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      • Mensa Reject says:

        The strongest cases or charges may well incorporate conspiracy; that means you hold some cases while building others sometimes. Sedition and treason might make much more sense as part of a conspiracy.
        The fact that Barr didn’t go for penny-ante perjury charges against McCabe and Comey may actually be an indication of how serious he is.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Mensa Reject;
          NO! In a conspiracy case, you start with the low hanging fruit. You indict them, and make ONE, SEPERATE charge for EVERY “affirmative act”
          (Action they took which furthered the goal of the Conspiracy. It could be an email, a phone call to book a reservation, etc.)
          a seperate charge.

          So, each charge of Conspiracy to obstruct Justice, Conspiracy to commit perjury, etc. carries a ten year sentence, and every affirmative act is a seperate charge.

          So, they are looking at 140-200 YEARS in prison. In the indictment you name them, plus unindicted (and unnamed) co-conspirators.

          Then you play a combination of “lets make a deal” and “musical chairs” as the defendants rat each other out, to reduce their time.
          THAT is how you prosecute a Conspiracy case. I know, been there, done that, as a charged “Conspirator”; it ain’t pretty!

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          • berniekopell says:

            Dutchman: Criminal conspiracy law is not my specialty, so maybe I am wrong, but I know a little bit about civil RICO conspiracy and I don’t think it works the way you describe it (i.e., every discrete overt act taken in furtherance of the conspiracy is a separate charge with a separate sentence). There may be several goals of the conspiracy and many overt acts take in furtherance of it, not all of which are criminal. There is a very good summary here of federal criminal conspiracy law for those that have time.

            Click to access R41223.pdf

            Speaking generally, charging a criminal conspiracy has broad ranging implications for anyone that is a co-conspirator because all co-conspirators are jointly responsible even if they do not commit the specific crimes. So if Comey/McCabe were a co-conspirators with Klinesmith (some agreement between two or more purposes to commit a crime or perpetrate a fraud), Comey and McCabe are on the hook even though it was Klinesmith that forged the email in support of the FISA renewal. Interviewing Flynn in and of itself is not a criminal act, but changing the 302 report is. Both could be considered overt acts taken in furtherance of the conspiracy but the interview is not a crime. And not all conspiracy statutes require an overt act.

            I am a Barr skeptic (seeing is believing) but all signs point to indictments coming for criminal conspiracy (to commit specific crimes, to defraud the United States, and to violate Flynn’s civil rights, among others). That conspiracy net should catch a lot of fish, big and small. McCabe’s leaks and lies about leaks could easily be included part of the conspiracy, so he is not out of the woods by any stretch.

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            • Dutchman says:

              I 1/2 concede your point; the interview was unnecesary, as they HAD the call transcripts, so they already knew what he said, and that he said nothing wrong.
              They discussed ahead of time, in meetings with higher ups how to conduct the interview, etc.

              So, I think you could make the case that the interview itself was one of a series of overt acts, that were part of an ongoing Conspiracy to commit Obstruction of Justice, and everyone up to Obama who was involved are co-conspirators. And everyone involved in the 302 from that interview, Conspiracy to destroy evidence, Conspiracy to Commit Perjury.
              Simply knowing about a Conspiracy is not enough to be charged as a co-conspirator, but (here again) ANY affirmative act, even saying “make it happen” CAN put you in.

              RICO is different; it is an extension of going after Capone for taxes, and civil forfieture; it goes after the ASSETS of an ongoing criminal enterprise.
              So, 23 y.o. kid, never held a job, but he owns 3 houses, 6 businesses, etc. with no explanation of how he paid for them, and he’s busted for running a drug sales operation.

              All of it is assumed to be proceeds of an ongoing criminal enterprise, and can be siezed.

              Actually, one of the main advantages of charging Conspiracy is it prevents 2 or morw defendants, each with a seperate trial and different jury, from pointing the finger at each other, and creating reasonable doubt with their jury.

              Sorry, I must have missed it, WHAT “signs” is it, exactly that you speak of? I see NO sign, let alone “all signs” pointing to indictments coming.

              Heres a useful hint; Prosecutors write indictments, or Declination memos, they do not write “reports”.

              Another? Remember when there was a lot of hoopla, some time AFTER Durhams initial appointment, because “NOW it is a CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION!”
              And many were saying “Now he can impanel grand juries, and indict!”

              Thing is,..Durham IS a Federal Prosecutor. They conduct criminal cases, THATS what they DO; He ALWAYS had the authority to empanel grand juries, and issue indictments.

              So, WHY the phoney story, and big hoopla, followed by NOTHING? Head fake.

              PDJT was the first one to mention a “Durham report”, and IMHO that signalled that HE had come to the conclusion there would be no indictments coming from Durham.

              But, lets see what happens,..

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    • The Demon Slick says:

      Every time I read one of these I remember that scene in Captain America Winter Soldier where Captain America realizes that everyone except him is really hydra.

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    • Joebkonobi says:

      I’m hoping July since it is the month of fireworks.

      Liked by 2 people

    • mike says:

      Roger Stone is in a dreadful situation, being sent to Stalag (CV)19.
      Seems to me that Stone’s conviction should be reversed as the fruit of a poisonous orchard…

      Not that I particularly like Stone.

      Liked by 7 people

      • thinkwell says:

        Stone should not be pardoned, but his sentence should be commuted. This would kept him out of prison and allow him to continue to seek exoneration and maybe get Amy Berman righteously punished.

        Liked by 11 people

        • litenmaus says:

          I agree with you thinkwell….
          .
          If Obama could commute the sentence of Bradley/Chelsea Manning for her role in one of the largest intelligence data thefts in history, then there should be no argument against a commutation for Roger Stone.

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        • cassander1 says:

          Totally agree. I’ve been thinking exactly this. Glad you said it. Commutation could even be conditional pending appeals.

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      • jumpinjarhead says:

        “Poisonous orchard”—that is my nominee for best riposte’ of the day. Well done sir.

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    • JRD says:

      Maybe when Whittaker and Solomon’s mother’s are in LABOR.

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    • Snellvillebob says:

      That is not enough time to prosecute. Everything will be delayed past the election. And I believe Bill Barr once said he would not indict anyone involved 2 months before the election.

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      • Paul Cohen says:

        Exactly. We are already right up against the wall in terms of timing. If Durham et al. do not have prosecution machinery already operating NOW, fully, then nothing significant is going to happen before Nov. Even if a bunch of announcements and/or indictments could be announced by Labor Day, it will all be shrouded in preserving evidence for trials, AFTER the election. What are the chances of a major shake-up in the Deep State and sufficient public knowledge before Nov.??? Looking rather grim by now…..

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      • David says:

        Bill Barr did not say that. In an interview a few months ago, he said he would not be held to a deadline before the election. He said if indictments are ready after Labor Day, then that is when the indictments would occur. He said the deadline is artificial and the law moves when it is ready to move – to paraphrase.

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  3. Henry says:

    Heard from your bff Grassley yet?
    /sarc

    Liked by 1 person

    • Bill Durham says:

      Grassley is expressing his outrage over the o.j. Simpson verdict today. And making sure the middle east wars continue.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Old Dawg says:

      I wrote Grassley an email on his contact site challenging him to take Sundance up on his offer to meet and educate him on the specifics of the question he posed. I was pretty brutal with my accusations that no one in the government really cared a hoot about anything other than themselves and their continued “ride on the gravy train of PUBLIC service” while the nation goes down due to their apathy in regard to their oath to the Constitution. I’m sure he’ll ignore the elephant in the room….as usual.

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      • Dutchman says:

        I called his office, using 6 different borrowed cel phones, 6 different #’s.
        Just told him variations of “respond to Sundance Callenge”.
        Didn’t vent to his office personelle, just made it clear I was watching.

        Tempting to give them an earful, but I just wanted my call logged in as “about that Sundance challenge thing”.

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      • anniesezso says:

        I emailed also, in addition to leaving messages. Senator Grassley is my senator, his farm is not far from my parents’ farm, and this is by far not my first correspondence with him. I wasn’t brutal but did ask him to stop gas lighting his voters and reply to The Last Refuge. Past responses were cordial but excuse laden. So, I expect the same as you Dawg.

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        • Old Dawg says:

          When I use the term brutal, I actually mean that there is no sugar coating on what or how I say it. First, I am not deferential to a “senator”. He works for us and I’m not afraid to say it. Secondly, I assert that I (we) are not stupid, i.e., don’t try to pee on my leg and convince me that it’s raining. Thirdly, as a disabled vet, I remind them that the ONLY reason they ride the train they ride is because good people have chosen to put their butts on the line to give it to them. I once asked a group of congressmen and senators who were trapped on my plane in JFK, just exactly what they saw their obligation was regarding their oath “to protect and defend” the Constitution. I asked each one IF they would be willing to die to fulfill that oath. The good part was that I was the captain of the plane going to Israel and it was my way or the highway for them, so it was answer or get off the plane! The saddest part: one, (senator from OK) refused to answer, one (congressman from TX) said that he would have to think about that, another said, “it would depend” (GA congressman), and the remaining 4-5 kinda stood there like deer in headlights. On a lighter note, I also asked the group if ANY of them could explain exactly how people who make 175K a year could leave office worth as much as they do, i.e., 20-100 million Again, deer in the headlights but a courageous congressman from TX said, “That’s probably something we need to look into.” I swear!

          So, I hope Grassley has some integrity. I also hope pigs soon learn to fly and that Santa Claus comes to see me this year!

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  4. ncedgar says:

    Call me when someone is indicted. When the phone doesn’t ring, I will know who it is.

    Liked by 10 people

  5. Blue Moon says:

    So all they are going to do is fire people and that is suppose to take care of this problem. I am just so mad I could spit.

    Liked by 8 people

  6. ALEX says:

    The Attorney General is using these State attorney generals and producing some excellent results. What could have been, but for Sessions taking a knee.

    I like to think these releases are being done once their usefulness to Durham and the case he is building are finished, but thats me

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  7. Wethal says:

    Just a little nudge to Sullivan to get the dismissal order signed, or there will be more drip, drip, drip implicating his buddies in the Deep State, too?

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  8. Tom H says:

    Do you have the feeling that Barr is reacting to Sullivan’s continued refusal to Dismiss the case? More damaging materials are produced the longer the Motion To Dismiss is not granted. If it was granted immediately, the last 2 batches damaging of materials probably would not have been produced…no further duty to produce Brady materials if the case is no longer pending. Basically, Barr is sticking it to Sullivan and Team Mueller.

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    • Marcus Aurelius says:

      It is hard for me to tell if Barr is dripping his way to victory, or stalling to make it past the Nov. 3 finish line, when the deep state pulls off Comeback Joe’s stunner over Mr. Trump via ballot harvesting.

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    • Wethal says:

      Or he could be signaling to uncooperative witnesses in the Durham investigation, “Look what we found! Wouldn’t you like to know what else we have on you? Call and Let’s Make a Deal.”

      Liked by 10 people

    • Joebkonobi says:

      I get that feeling but would have preferred that Barr/DOJ would have put it ALL on the table initially. A patriot’s life and reputation are at stake. DOJ should be investigating Sullivan. His behavior reeks of conspiracy.

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    • Zabadak says:

      IIRC, Sidney Powell said Sullivan should have dismissed this case within 24-48 hours of him being told to do so. That’s the norm.

      Barr, already having experience with Sullivan, should have anticipated his inaction. Hour 49 is when Barr should have dropped these notes. At the very latest.

      Two weeks to get this out is time Barr is willing to waste. But, but, but…crossing T’s and dotting I’s.

      Barr is being dragged kicking and screaming every inch of the way.

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      • warrprin1 says:

        I hope you’re wrong, Zaba, but I fear you’re right.

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      • Barr wouldn’t expect Sullivan to do anything until July 15, 2020. He has made two data dumps since the mandamus order and may have time for another Sidney’s words are appropriate more as a solid position for Flynn to take because she is an advocate and she is doing a good job. Her words are true that judges generally don’t wait until they have to comply and do it as a moral and ethical duty shortly after the Mandamus order issues well before the Mandate time passes. That is Flynn’s way of putting moral pressure on Sullivan.
        I see no inconsistency between Sidney and Barr. They probably are coordinating their positions.

        Dutchman and Durham make compelling arguments against Barr. The biggest thing is that he won’t fire Wray and continues to praise him. There are other things I can’t reconcile.

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  9. Music Snob says:

    What the implications of this coming out now if the powers that be were aware of this back in the spring?

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  10. FreyFelipe says:

    How did someone, Sullivan, who apparently can not even read, ever become a judge?

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  11. Cheese says:

    When do these people actually do anything for us.

    Liked by 4 people

  12. hagarthorrible says:

    “The TRUTH will set you FREE!” Thank you Sundance, your fellow countrymen are forever indebted to you for your wisdom, and especially for your courage…

    Liked by 9 people

  13. Publius2016 says:

    AG Sessions was the mole!

    AG Sessions offered his resignation at exactly the point where 45 would be SHAMPEACHED!

    AG Sessions had several on committee to recuse…

    Of course 45 looked at AG Sessions and realized the TRUTH! so many can say whatever they want but Top to Bottom Rinos and Nevertrumpers waited with baited breath for 45 demise and even threw 2018 Congress…look at how Sad Clown Pelosi fixes VOTES WITH MAJORITY IRON FIST while Ryan ran House with kid gloves…No Wall…No Healthcare…No Infrastructure…only poison pill pulling of SALT!

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    • Bill Durham says:

      Sessions and rod recommend Trump fire comey
      Trump fires comey
      Rod appoints special counsel and sessions offers to resign.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Names of ‘confidential human sources’ in the PDJT campaign are still hidden.
      It is not wild speculation to think that sessions was a plant into the Trump campaign, who insisted on being AG without telling PDJT he was going to recusewhile the ‘insurance coup’ played on.

      Somehow, the names of these FBI/CIA spies in the GOP campaign need to be made public. The5e is no reason to hide them, because the whole enterprise was fraudulent and criminal.

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    • Ninja7 says:

      Publius2016, Unfortunately I believe that you are correct.

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    • Joebkonobi says:

      Pretty much agree Publius but House GOP leadership has not has not in the past or now ruled with an iron fist. All including Since Boehner (sp) have been mostly limp fisted RINO’s. Gingrich May have been the last SOH with true conservative bonafides

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      • mac says:

        We have no idea what skeletons these people have in their closets, but you can bet someone in DC or Moscow or Beijing knows. Look at Dennis Hastert. Homo kiddy diddler–they had him dancing like a marionette his entire time as Speaker. Why would you think it different for any of the rest of them? I would bet $10,000 that Roberts intended to vote against Obamacare and that someone with the goods on him (homo? adoption? bribes?) yanked his chain at the last moment and told him that if he wanted the good life to continue, he better get with the ‘Rat Party line.

        I don’t think you can make it to DC, much less stay there long, unless TPTB have something on you such that you can be controlled. There is too much money and power at stake. That is why President Trump is such an incredible anomaly–and why the swamp creatures hate him so badly. Unlike the rest of those crooks, no one can yank PDJT’s chain and get him to dance to their tune. His sheer integrity alone is like a mirror is supposed to be to a vampire. President Trump can see himself in a mirror. The rest of them can’t–or worse, don’t want to. Think “Picture of Dorian Grey” for most of these pols.

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  14. Sharpshorts says:

    Meanwhile Sullivan is ignoring the higher court’s instruction to close the Flynn case.
    You can be sure that the Supreme Court is allowing Sullivan to ignore the district oversight.
    But, but, but…
    We have got to give the “system” time to work the irregularities out
    …in other words “NOTHING TO SEE HERE, move on”…

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  15. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “In the period between March 2nd and April 25th – With AG Sessions recused, and without a Deputy AG confirmed, Dana Boente is simultaneously:

    U.S. Attorney for EDVA
    Acting Deputy AG.
    Acting AG for all issues related to Sessions recusal.”

    Too bad Mr. Boente was not loyal to his country, or his President.

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  16. Mark says:

    Nobody has ever explained to me why “leakage” of these notes and publication by MSNBC is in anyway different than what Wikileaks did. Assange sits in jail. Maddow a member of the “resistance”.

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  17. Perot Conservative says:

    Joe diGenova made an interesting comment yesterday.

    He said July 5th, 2016 should go down in history as the day the SpyGate / coup was publicly launched by James Comey. Freeing Hillary Clinton, and unleashing the IC on Donald Trump.

    It’s been 4 years, and not a single Indictment.

    (I couldn’t find The Big Ugly post that referred to the hoped-for legal takedown … but I would hope we could indict 5-10 smaller players this month. I’m not sure what is gained by waiting … Durham & 8-9 senior attorneys ate at work.)

    P.S. This is more fruit from attorney Jeff Jensen. Where the H–l is John Ratcliffe? Can we have Ric Grenell back?

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    • Wethal says:

      Ratcliffe or Barr may be the one declassifying the notes. Not sure if Jensen has the authority to do that. These releases are strategic in some way, though.

      And Sidney said she had someone in the DOJ giving her information to draft those incredibly specific Brady requests.

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    • Sharpshorts says:

      Perot Conservative said “It’s been 4 years, and not a single Indictment…”
      Yes, many people are wondering WHY…including me.

      Consider this:
      Once a charge is filed and a grand jury is established ALL evidence is hidden, thus becomes illegal to make anything public …
      Plus considering the deep state’s infiltration of the Justice system, the DOJ and Congress,
      the power to deep six evidence lies in their hands…

      Indictments may indeed cause light to shine on the deep state but the ability to move forward against the deep state would be effectively stymied because the deep state currently holds major power in all three branches…

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  18. Richard says:

    This is amazing research. All that is necessary for the common man to follow along is ” a POS lawyer count ” connected to this timeline. How many bad lawyers involved! Bad / unethical lawyers.
    POS is an acronym for Personal Observation System ( POS ).
    POS lawyers are embedded in every element of the COUP against America. WHY ? WHY has no lawyer been hung yet ? WHY ? WHY ? Lawyers here..
    Lawyers there …lawyers everywhere ..
    The FIRST LAWYER BAR WAS CREATED IN 1878 ….in Saratoga NY. ….. 7 years after the Act of 1871 ! Root of ALL Evil.

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  19. raherman1outlookcom says:

    When you get “fired”, do you lose your pension, benefits, et al? I’d like to believe it were so, but I don’t!

    Liked by 3 people

    • Niagara Frontier says:

      It almost never happens because it requires a CONVICTION of a crime against the national security of the United States as found in 5 USC Section 8312. The crimes include such things like gathering or delivering defense information to aid a foreign government, espionage, sabotage against the U.S., advocating the overthrow of the U.S. government, harboring or concealing the enemy, and activities to harm the U.S. armed forces during war.

      Remember the key word: CONVICTION.

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      Here’s the actual criminal code. Note that the crimes include perjury and disclosure of classified information. I doubt there’s even a handful of pension/annuity denials yearly based on these provisions. These folks protect their own.

      https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/5/8312

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    • Joebkonobi says:

      Used to but does not anymore. Thank your Govt unions and bureaucracy for making it almost impossible to actually fire anyone that does not commit murder in the workplace. Easy way out is to offer an incentive for retirement as opposed to going through a years long legal process that ends up at some Federal employment board that is political in nature.

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  20. Mike Van says:

    What role did noel fransisco the solicitor general play?

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  21. rickinhouston says:

    I’ve now figured out when someone high up leaves, a document release is imminent that will ruin their reputation.

    How utterly stupid of them to get used like that.

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  22. Winston says:

    Dana Boente resigned at the end of June. What’s that make him now? How does his resignation affect anything related to his potential legal accountability and was he allowed to resign before this release for that reason?

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  23. Rob says:

    Any news on what Sullivan is up to? It’s been almost two weeks (hasn’t it?) since the court ordered him to comply with the law and dismiss the case, yet afaik we haven’t heard a PEEP out of him.

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    • Sullivan was given 21 days to rule or July 15. My hunch is the court is setting a 14 day period to decide whether to en banc plus 7 for the mandate. 14 days is tomorrow.
      Judge Wilkens could force a vote count tomorrow. I’m still betting he doesn’t even have the votes to begin en banc.😊 Still believe Sullivan will take the time to grant the dismissal but write a bitter political opinion. If the court votes to go into en banc that will be another delay.

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  24. California Joe says:

    Why wouldn’t an innocent President say a hoax investigation of Russian collusion was a cloud over his presidency? It seems like a rather normal comment to make!

    Liked by 2 people

    • Deplore Able says:

      What I don’t get is how the notes of this conversation between Comey and Boente on March 30, 2017 has anything to do with General Flynn. How could this be Brady evidence that exonerates General Flynn. Flynn was interviewed by Strozk and Pienka in January, 2017. Flynn resigned on February 13, 2017. How does the conversation between Comey and Boente have anything to do with whether or not Flynn lied during his interview?

      Something is missing here. Perhaps tomorrow we will know.

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    • Deplore Able says:

      On second thought, maybe the Boente notes reflect that Flynn was just a small part of a much larger effort to smear President Trump with Russia collusion conspiracy.

      First we F Flynn, then we F the President. This is evidence that exonerates General Flynn in that it shows his frame up was just part of a much larger frame up.

      I hope that is not just wishful thinking.

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      • Wethal says:

        “On second thought, maybe the Boente notes reflect that Flynn was just a small part of a much larger effort to smear President Trump with Russia collusion conspiracy.”

        This. The Flynn prosecution was just a part of a larger conspiracy.

        And Flynn had to go because he was going to audit the intelligence agencies. Brennan reportedly spent up to a billion dollars in off-the-books clandestine operations – maybe his own little spy agency. IIRC, Stefan Halper’s “fees” for “research” came out of a Department of Defense fund.

        Flynn also knew about the secret side deals in the Iran agreement.

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  25. trapper says:

    DOJ/FBI was using the wrap up smear to get warrants. DOJ/FBI would leak false dirt to their favored press personalities, who then write/broadcast stories on the dirt. The DOJ then cites to the press stories as the basis for obtaining the warrants. Getting warrants based upon nothing.

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  26. WhiteBoard says:

    so the Question Sundance keeps hovering over – is who advised Mr. Gahn? was it simply Ms Yates and thats it?

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  27. tav144 says:

    What is the legal significance or otherwise of Jody Hunt’s departure? I get that he was in the meeting discussing the recusal of Sessions, but Trump also nominated him (and he was confirmed) as head of the Civil Division thereafter, and he oversaw the legal defense of Trump administration policies along with the White House’s broad refusal to respond to congressional oversight requests. Are they looking at those who were in the meeting and advised Sessions to recuse?

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  28. Greg1 says:

    “I can almost guarantee you Boente was removed by AG Barr specifically because of his role in this FISA fraud…… He willingly signed-on to the objective of James Comey and Andrew McCabe. Boente knew he was targeting the White House and President Trump.”

    Sundance…….does this mean Barr is doing the right thing……for the right reasons?

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  29. Alexander Bocephus Hamilton says:

    If I recall the oh, so just Mandela’s, Winnie and Nelson, were big supporters of doling out justice via “necklacing” or igniting a large tire filled with petrol that was placed over the evil doer. Perhaps the coup players might enjoy some old school revolutionary justice and could get their racial bonafides as their little melons explode as their brains boil, just like in Pompey. Step right up Bonete, Comey, Stzoke

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    • Margaret Berger says:

      I can’t help but feel that if Barr was doing the right thing charges would have been filed not just fire the guy.

      Liked by 1 person

    • That is one of the most heinous and horrific ways of killing someone I have ever heard of. I couldn’t imagine seeing that happen and wouldn’t want to.

      So while I may loathe/hate traitors in this nation I still prefer a hanging for them all. Could be because I want to see it so I can believe it… I can think of quite a few things that “they” say happened but we know now (crisisactors.org) they didn’t.

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  30. Fools Gold says:

    Sure makes the Van Crack crowd look like complete criminals regarding exculpatory evidence and gives Sullivan a spoiled rotten steak to Chew on and digest tonite. Thanks SUNDANCE for the never ending facts regarding the presidential coup attempt.

    Liked by 4 people

  31. dasantacroce says:

    Hang them all. I’ll operate the lever if anyone is squeamish!

    Liked by 4 people

  32. TradeBait says:

    Dear Lord, please remove the obstructions and provide for your truth. Help us do what is right in your sight so that we can give this world back to you.

    Liked by 7 people

  33. thinkwell says:

    Roger Stone should not be pardoned, but his sentence should be commuted. This would kept him out of prison and allow him to continue to seek exoneration and get corrupt partisan hack Judge Amy Berman righteously punished. Maybe General Flynn’s attorney Sidney Powell will soon be available to become Roger Stone’s attorney. That would be sweet.

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  34. Jeffrey Coley says:

    The most maddening thing about Jeff Sessions’ recusing is that even after he knew he had been lied to and manipulated, and DAG Rosenstein was running a lawless DOJ, he STILL STAYED RECUSED.

    Sessions was unfit to lead.

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  35. 335blues says:

    One thing I have always wondered about is Sally Yates behavior vis-a-vis Trump’s
    travel ban. Yates vehemently refused to support it in defiance of her boss, President Trump.
    Is it possible Yates refusal to allow oversight of the NSD (remember the 58 page ‘legal opinion?) was somehow connected to her refusal to support the travel ban?
    Now I am going way out there, is it possible Yates had some knowledge of some nefarious
    operation from one of the banned countries, and she was protecting it?
    At the very least, it’s very curious behavior from Yates at a very curious time.

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    • Jeffrey Coley says:

      I think Yates was grandstanding. She was already a short timer, with days remaining until her replacement took over. She made a scene to embarrass President Trump and force him to fire her, just as a number of Obama’s US Attorneys did.

      Liked by 2 people

      • gsonFIT says:

        I think Comey used the same method of laundering false information with the Archey declarations Judge Boasberg ruled on last year. We have never heard anything else about the CNN FOIA suit. I had always thought John Brennan was the mastermind and duped James Comey into action, but looks like to me the Comey memos were used to renew the Carter Page FISAs. Comey memos seem as important to FBI misdeeds as the Steele dossier.

        With these type of investigative methods it makes perfect sense that FBI/DOJ have 95% conviction rate. They decided who was guilty and created a crime to fit their charges.

        Papa Doc Comey is truly a black eye on the legal profession

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    • warrprin1 says:

      335, With this crew, and with the volume, degree, and intensity of the sedition they have committed, there is almost no speculation beyond the pale,

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  36. Mike in a Truck says:

    Jeff! that backstabbing little weasel just may end up in office again. Would a dem AG ever recuse himself? Holder that turd, stood by BHO no matter what. Now reports are coming in that some of the weapons from Fast and Furious are in the hands of BLM. Funny how that works eh?

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    • miike says:

      If Sessions had good reason to recuse, Holder and Lynch had strong reasons to seppuku every week, if not be drawn and quartered.

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    • botchedcasuality says:

      Has anyone else wondered why Obama armed and ammoed up numerous Federal agencies, IRS, Post Office, I don’t believe I ever read an explanation. I have had grave doubts as to the security of those items. Mike in a Truck’s comment about Fast & Furious guns ending up with BLM……well perhaps all those weapons and ammo was just seeding the field similar to Antifa leaving pallets of bricks throughout
      The march zones. I would like to know what is the chain of command on those weapons and a full audit of those items. I bet many will have disappeared. Probably in the hands of Obamas militia waiting for the signal.

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      • plane of the ecliptic says:

        botch,
        Every Agency big and small has a Security Bureau. The Ministry of Silly Walks has their Tactical Team. If you have to start shooting your Citizens a professional Military may balk at it…..but the Ministry of Silly Walks SWAT team can be counted on to do a Tinamine Square on you.

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  37. Michael Bond says:

    Comey among others will do time.

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  38. jumpinjarhead says:

    I take a slightly different view although the effect is as you rightly state.

    Roberts has shown he is what in legal court-watching parlance is known as “result-oriented.” This judicial approach largely came into vogue during the “activist” Warren court.

    It connotes a justice who, rather than deciding cases by applying applicable law to the facts presented to decide the issue(s) before the Court in a principled fashion that take no notice whatsoever of the irrelevant (literally and legally) issues of the collateral effect the decision may have on some individual, group, entity, or agency, determines what result would be “best” for whatever reason he or she deems controlling (political, ideological, cultural even personal) and then crafts an opinion that will provide some rationalization for the result.

    Obviously, such an approach is inappropriate in the extreme to the true principle of the “rule of law” (that of course appears to be an increasingly hollow principle to our DC swamp dwellers who honor it only in the breach) and extremely dangerous in terms of corrupting the Court and thus the entire system of justice.

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  39. California Joe says:

    I can barely read the scribbled notes. What do they mean? From what little bit I can read they don’t really say anything incriminating???

    Liked by 1 person

    • trumpsbamagirl says:

      I can’t read them either! I wish I knew what I was missing!

      Liked by 1 person

    • craig says:

      Comey: Mar 30, 2017: 8:13 a.m.
      — Cloud as a result of Russia bus[iness].
      — This makes running the country difficult.
      — “What can (could?) I do to relieve the cloud.”
      — Kept coming back to it makes it harder to do bus[iness] for the country
      — We will do the work well.

      As I read it, these are Comey’s statements to POTUS, except for the one in quotes which is POTUS’ reply to Comey. Obviously, since they were given to MSNBC, they’re selected as favorable to the coup. But the gist is that Comey was (maliciously) advising POTUS to let the coup plotters handle the Russian-interference allegations.

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  40. Justice Warrior says:

    Go Sundance!
    Go Sundance! 👍

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  41. freepetta says:

    So many traitors who need to be indicted and punished severely!! Firing squad is too good for them!!
    Poor PDJT he walked into a hornets nest thinking he was dealing with long time respected patriots. It turns out they were all traitors and scmbags covering their own seditious but tocks.
    When Hillary 🐷 lost they knew they were in major league trouble.
    RATS 🐀 and leftist lowlives are evil, dirty, phony slime!

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  42. jx says:

    “They’re gone.” Problem solved, right Barr?

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  43. sarasotosfan says:

    I wish all those taking up space prognosticating what William Barr and John Durham will do or not do to go find another venue to post their screeds. It is useless, annoying and irritating to wade through.

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  44. republicanvet91 says:

    “When the special counsel team was stirring the pot for the Trump-Russia collusion hoax, they leaked the Boente notes to their allied resistance member, Rachael Maddow. Those notes form the basis/justification for Boente signing the second renewal of the FISA warrant against Carter Page (April 2017).”

    Yet Boente was still warming a chair at DOJ until long after.

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  45. Tiffthis says:

    Is Ratcliff part of getting this info out? He hasn’t been credited for squat since being confirmed and I’m curious

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  46. spmi says:

    Alright OK.
    It is time to lock up thousands of horrific left wing horror.
    Do it.
    Do it now and forever.
    Our country is at stake.
    S

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  47. StanH says:

    It shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone that the swamp rats are closing ranks, even if they want the corruption cleaned up. They have family entrenched in the swamp. Perhaps a kid or two in Georgetown, a couple nieces and nephews working on K-Street selling mommy and daddy’s influence. Or even a couple kids over at Brookings or Cato deciding our fate or deciding nothing, it’s hard to decide. Or little Billy marries Sally, or even Billy marries Fred and Sally marries her pet lama. Then we have a union of the crime families.

    The point is, Of by and for the swamp…that is their motto or creed. They are all on the take, becoming fabulously wealthy bilking the American taxpayer, selling anything that’s not nailed down to the highest bidder.

    Though I believe that indictments should be pouring down like rain, I also understand entrenched generational corruption at this kind of level will not be destroyed by one man in 3.5 years. This can become a distraction from what is fast becoming the most important issue for the USA is, THE REELECTION of PRESIDENT DONALD J TRUMP!

    Barr is going to do what Barr does. We must hold the ranks and build an impregnable Deplorable American voting bloc and CRUSH these anti-American swine and eventually we will get justice.

    The release of these documents further proves the coup, we see it, but there is a large swath of this country who listens to the MSM that have no idea. While we restore our great land, take a tip from the leftist “AND STICK TOGETHER!” circular firing squads will produce nothing but the election of B-B-B-Biden…yuk!

    KAG! …by being American.

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  48. Buckeye Bob says:

    If the Dana Boente notes are the same as the ones leaked to Rachel Maddow in 2018, and they are relevant to the Flynn case, why are they just being submitted now in 2020? No one is going to ask that question– how no one at the DOJ could find the same thing that got leaked to Maddow?

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