Why Did The DOJ Declassify and Release the FISA Application on July 21, 2018?….

On July 21, 2018, amid the apex of all things Trump-Russia being carefully narrated by the special counsel team, why did the DOJ release the Top Secret Classified Intelligence document known as the Carter Page FISA application?

At the time it happened everyone was so consumed with the content of the release, almost no-one stopped to ask that question.  Except, well, me.

Put yourself back into that 2018 time-frame: the Trump-Russia collusion hoax was being pushed hard; the Nunes memo -vs- the Schiff memo was being argued and the media was writing furiously about leaks from anonymous sources “with knowledge of the investigation” etc.  Congress was being blocked from all their document requests and their bucket lists for declassification.  Rod Rosenstein was refusing to testify to the House Intel Committee led by Devin Nunes.  The DOJ was blocking documents related to surveillance of President Trump.  The media was saying there was no surveillance of Trump.  Congress was desperate to break the stonewalling and asked President Trump to declassify a list of documents they provided.  Rod Rosenstein threatened Trump that if he declassified documents it would be adding to a potential obstruction investigation and claim. Etc. Etc.

Hell, despite his recusal from these matters, AG Sessions was getting major heat over the blockage from DOJ… the battle was intense.  Sessions announced an Illinois USAO John Laush to try and mediate the issues.  Laush was a major fail.

Then, amid all of that stonewalling, blocking, redacting of documents, failure to unredact, and refusal to declassify…. suddenly, all of a sudden, presto, here’s the most top secret classified document release ever.

To fulfill a FOIA request by Judicial Watch and the New York Times.

A FOIA request?

Seriously?

Considering all of the documents that would have been the easiest NOT to release because it is a top secret classified intelligence product; and considering the denial of that FOIA request would have easily withstood all judicial challenge because of the nature of its content; all of a sudden… hey, here you go. Here it is.

It just never made sense.

I have finally found the answer to that question; and while I must hold back on some details, we are at a point where you too should know.

First, an admission that I was wrong.

I always thought Robert Mueller was a false front, a semi-cogent face for a team of 17 lawyers that moved-in to take over Main Justice.  I was not wrong about Mueller, he was exactly that: a hand selected name to give credibility to a team assembly, and a man who would acquiesce to the smart, familiar and legal minds that were really running the resistance operation.

Where I was wrong, was thinking Rosenstein was a countermeasure to those who took control over Main Justice.

He was not.

Rod Rosenstein was doing exactly the same as Mueller, acquiescing to every request, instruction and demand by the seventeen legal squatters who took over Main Justice.

As Rod Rosenstein recently testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee, he never once questioned the special counsel about any request, demand or instruction; and he never once challenged their motives for the requests they made.

As Deputy AG, and with AG Sessions recused, Rod Rosenstein should have been on top of the special counsel; but he wasn’t.  He intentionally wasn’t.

The entire time the special counsel was operating, seventeen assembled members of the Trump resistance, were running the show inside the U.S. Department of Justice.  They controlled everything.

AG Jeff Sessions was fire-walled; he saw nothing, and he had no input into anything.  That was the first step in the resistance operation.

The second step was to instruct Rosenstein that every request made by the team was part of their investigation; regardless of how it might seem disconnected, it was all part of their investigative process.  That’s how they steamrolled Rosenstein into sitting in a corner and waiting for documents to sign; authorities to grant (scope memos etc.); indictments to approve; and requests to be fulfilled.

Seventeen members of the special counsel were running Main Justice.  Seventeen members of the resistance, with input guidance and assistance from Lawfare, were running Main Justice.  That’s the paradigm shift needed to baseline everything.

When the FISA application was released in July 2018, it was released by the special counsel team.  Technically Rosenstein released it; however, unofficially it was released by the demand of the resistance operators under the auspices that it was part of their investigative technique; part of the ongoing operation.

Except that wasn’t the real motive.

The real motive for releasing the FISA application, under the auspices of granting a FOIA request, was because the resistance already knew the New York Times had obtained it illegally.

In fact The New York Times had the FISA application since March 17, 2017, when SSCI Security Director James Wolfe, operating under instructions from SSCI resistance coordinator, Mark Warner, took pictures of each page of the FISA application and sent them to journalist Ali Watkins at Buzzfeed.

Ms. Watkins then shared the FISA with fellow resistance allies at the Washington Post and New York Times.   To cover her tracks Ms. Watkins did not immediately write about the FISA application, and I suspect the editors at Buzzfeed may not have known.

In exchange for her pre-planned role, The New York Times then hired Watkins; and, under the legal tutelage of the NYT, Watkins based her reporting on the Trump-Russia narrative from there.

However, in March 2017 what Watkins, Wolfe, media and Mark Warner did not immediately know, was that the FBI was conducting a leak investigation; a genuine leak investigation, and the SSCI was suspected.

The FISA application picked up by James Wolfe and delivered to the SSCI contained a leak tracer, a trap.  When the tracer showed up in media reports, the FBI knew where it leaked from – the SSCI.

[Note the FBI interception dates – The Wolfe leak was March 17, 2017]

Unfortunately, what the FBI did not know – was that SSCI Vice Chairman Mark Warner was the inside resistance operative giving Wolfe the instructions on how to proceed.

In May 2017, the FBI informed Vice-Chair Warner and Chairman Richard Burr that someone in the SSCI leaked the FISA application.   In essence FBI investigators just told the culprit they were investigating a leak he created.  Think about the ramifications.

As part of the overall investigation to locate the specific leaker, all of the SSCI was subject to review and quiet investigation.  As the FBI worked through a process of elimination, that’s when the FBI discovered the Mark Warner text messages to Adam Waldman, the lawyer for Chris Steele.   Not coincidentally the Warner text messages end in May 2017; exactly when he was first notified by the FBI about the specifics of the leak hunt.

What also started in May 2017?…..  The special counsel.

One important aspect to the coordinated demand and incessant drumbeat by the media for a special counsel, was a need to control the outcome of the FBI leak investigation.

Total control.  This was all connected.

The resistance took over Main Justice with the appointment of the special counsel; and one of their priorities was to stop anyone from: (a) finding out the FISA application had leaked; (b) block anyone from finding out how it was leaked; (c) block any independent FBI activity surrounding the leak.

Remember, in this period of 2017 the media side of the resistance operation were denying Trump was under any surveillance.  They were denying anyone in/around the Trump campaign was under surveillance.  However, they were also reporting on the investigation of the Trump-Russia collusion narrative from the investigative perspective, while using and exploiting the information they had in the March 17th leak of the FISA.

March 17th was less than two months after President Trump was inaugurated.   The FISA was leaked even before it was renewed in April (Boente/Comey), and renewed again by the instructions of the special counsel team on June 29th.

When the New York Times sent a FOIA for the FISA application, they did so as a necessary legal cover because they already illegally possessed it.  [Keep in mind, the copy they had was not redacted at all.]

When the Trump-Russia narrative was at it’s apex in July 2018; and with a need to deploy all weapons against the upcoming mid-term election; and when the resistance group  needed to provide legal cover for the New York Times; the FISA application was released by the resistance unit running Main Justice.

It was released as cover for the New York Times (and others) who were already reporting on it; and it allowed the NYT, and others, to fully weaponize the fictitious aspect of the narrative about the FBI genuinely being concerned about Trump colluding with Russia.

The July 2018 release itself was not a clean copy of the FISA application; but rather the DOJ team re-released the March 17, 2017, release and then added the final two renewals to the total release.  In 2018 the DOJ resistance group had to re-release the portion of the FISA application that was previously leaked in March 2017 (or else any reporting containing the leak tracer would not be covered/justified).

So who do you think released the Mark Warner text messages for the same purpose?

BINGO.  Yup, the same resistance group.   It was all an effort to cloud, cover and control.

Key takeaway.  The seventeen members of the special counsel were intentionally brought into Main Justice to organize the resistance.   The DOJ was running the resistance operation.  AG Jeff Sessions was fire-walled and clueless; and DAG Rosenstein was just approving anything put in front of him because it was sold as part of the investigative process.

Regardless of the FBI investigation, the DOJ resistance operation held ultimate control.

Some in the FBI were not happy… not happy at all…. but not in a position to do anything about Main Justice patting them on the head and telling them to run along now.

Oh, there’s so much more…. this is just an appetizer.

The SSCI

The Gang of Eight

The DOJ

The ICIG

Why did Warner/Burr, the SSCI and the DOJ resistance need ICIG Michael Atkinson?

…..Control, in the event a whistle-blower tried poking his head up.

 

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611 Responses to Why Did The DOJ Declassify and Release the FISA Application on July 21, 2018?….

  1. railer says:

    Guys like Sessions, Demint and Coburn get consumed by the Swamp creatures. I do believe they are good guys, but the McConnell’s of this world simply throw them into the pit and the beast devours them. Rand Paul is similar. Burr is just a tool, dodging that pit as best he can, but it caught up with him somehow and the Swamp had to put that stooge Rubio in to replace him on the SSCI.

    We get nowhere ’til we behead McConnell as the money distributor to these stooges. Cornyn would take over, but he’s nowhere near as connected to the Dark Side as Emperor McConnell.

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    • MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

      Burr is just stupid and the money is his whole reason to be where he is. He will be back to selling zero turn mowers if he doesn’t avoid jail 1st.

      Liked by 5 people

      • goldduggar says:

        Burr is filth. Period.

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        • dbobway says:

          At least Richard Burr is leaving in 2022. The man is anything but a representative of NC.
          He’s a Lindsey Graham wanna be. As soon as Graham won his primary, he went from a PDJT cheerleader right back to loudly dissing the President. Richard Burr fully supported and participated in treason to this country, by his intelligence committee hiding evidence and lying to the country.

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          • SickOfItAll says:

            Did Graham completely stop going on Hannity and BSing? What happened to his hearing? After he won his primary it went away. I wish DC could be flipped over and all the cockroaches would scurry out. Burr is on the take. Rubio is now. Look towards McConnell’s wife as a Chinese honeypot. It is sad.

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            • dbobway says:

              Graham is the establishment, as is Tillis,
              They both became Trumpers until they won their primary.
              In hindsight, they believe the President’s popularity has teeth, or they wouldn’t have used him to win their primaries.

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      • Clydeen says:

        My Birthday wish every year is to have his hanging in NC so I don’t have to travel far!

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    • Merkin Muffley says:

      Keep Sessions out of the US Senate! At the very least, he is gullible!

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      • MVW says:

        Don no nuffin, din du nuffin, jus sittin in a swizzul char, smilin.

        I don’t buy for one millisecond that Rosey was just signing what was put before him. His wife is a top Clinton lawyer. He had a reputation of being a stickler on details of everything he signed…and he was a lawyer.

        I don’t buy for one millisecond that Sessions was a dope, after all, he himself gave LOIS LERNER a free pass on felony violations, and if pressed would have blown the whistle on the Obama operation. No. Sessions was key to the whole coup plot. Without his free passes there would be no coup and Lerner would have blown their cover.

        So, the FISA warrant was a leak for sex, and the too smart by half 17 Demons had it declassified, thus making Wolfe’s leak moot.

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        • Madi says:

          Yep I could not agree more with you. …….still waiting for WMD in Iraq? How many times Osama was killed?Bengazi, Syria
          Unfortunately there is only one party in this country, it was a miracle DJT won.
          Did you see the mugshot of Ghislain Maxwell yet ? Me either.
          Sundance you do excellent investigation and research but only
          Patriots care about the truth.
          Thé Jacobin révolution is on

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        • drlou007 says:

          Completely agree regarding Sessions. He was involved in the situation and left his post. In the military, this means court martial.

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        • drlou007 says:

          Completely agree regarding Sessions. He was involved in the situation and left his post. In the military, this means court martial.

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          • dbobway says:

            I backed Sessions for AG,
            He totally failed to uphold the respect of the post he treasured.
            It would be a very different America right now if Sessions would have done his job.

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            • telly says:

              Actually, all Jeffy needed to do was resign rather than recuse himself. If he resigned, all would be different. No one should support Jeff Sessions. He needs to retire in disgrace.

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            • ann says:

              Appalling to know our nation’s well being , our survival as one united people, is controlled by individuals of weak character and compromised loyalty,
              DC Resist has unwittingly presented a lineup of unfit persons Americans have scrutinised .
              A parade of individuals in high office who run the gamut: craven sneaks, rank hypocrites, borderline sociopaths and narcissists to Directors and AAG/AG’s crippled by inflated self ideation.

              Considering the ugliness uncovered, from pompous Pentagon potentates to the weirdos ihangingnout in NSC and State Dept, that we’ve managed to protect President Trump’s life is a miracle . In my opinion.

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              • nofreelunch says:

                Notice they are all lawyers.

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              • dbobway says:

                Your opinion is spot on ann.
                Now for the next 3 months, we need to ignore the noise and expose what aBiden Presidency will be, and win this election.
                We’ll turn the swamp sucking bilge pump back on in January.
                First and foremost, every voting booth in America must be open to vote,
                That gives us the best chance it will be counted and not thrown in the trash.

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        • dayallaxeded says:

          Rosie was/is/will be a rat bastard sell-out deep stank shill. After MAGA Grinnell’s vacation, he needs to be appointed as acting head of the FBI and set up 100 guillotines in front of the Hoover building. They’ll need to work a little overtime, but it’ll be worth it.

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        • Merkin Muffley says:

          Sessions is also responsible for the John Huber hoax, which was nothing less than defrauding the US government.

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          • Issy says:

            Merkin Muffley: Sessions appointed someone else (forgot the name) to facilitate getting information requested to congressional committees. It was another jeffie head fake. He just disgusts me to the core.

            The fact he has the audacity to run for his old senate seat is surreal. If the people of Alabama elect him, we will know exactly why he is this arrogant.

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      • sat0422 says:

        Merkin, I agree with you about Sessions. He seems to be holding a grudge against Trump and that will not be a good thing for the Senate. He’s a good ‘ol boy from the South and he will never forget being fired by Trump. I think Trump did the right thing, but he will never forget or forgive and that will drive his decision making. I hope his opponent Turberville will not turn out to be a Democrat.

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        • Allano says:

          Sessions recused himself the day after he was appointed/nominated. If you did that to me, without coming to me first and saying I may not be a good choice for you. I would take you in the back room and beat you hard. Regardless of the consequences

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        • GrantsLounge says:

          Wondering what Sessions endorsement by Tucker last night was all about. He never brought up anything about ‘russia’.

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          • siriuslyhadit says:

            Perhaps Tucker knows something we don’t. Perhaps select conservative media personalities and reporters have been read into parts of the intelligence gathered over the past 3 1/2 years. I don’t buy that Sessions was asleep at the wheel. Don’t let the southern drawl fool you. Sessions was playing the role he was there to play. I believe there was, and is, a counter-coup in place to identify and trap the embedded deep staters and cabalists. The Special Counsel had to be allowed to happen to expose the core perpetrators, unravel the web of support players, and follow the evidence trail to the other parts of the coup. Remember, FISA works in both directions. I believe this has all been in the works since long before Trump announced he was running for President and that the country is about to be awakened to just how corrupt and evil the Dems, Never-Trumpers, deep staters, and cabalists really are.

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            • JiminCO says:

              It would be nice if your counter-coup hunch is correct. It’s not like the republic is at stake or anything

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            • Beau Geste says:

              I agree with Merkin Muffley – sessions is a mole. There are still ‘confidential human sources’, CHSs, redacted from released material about the coup. I believe sessions could be one of them.

              session’s Huber appointment was an intentional fraud/coverup. No investigation was effectively carried out, but much evidence was collected from the local Arkansas FBI/DOJ offices to be forever hidden, IIRC.

              So, why would tucker carlson try to get this sessions-critter re-elected? sessions did not have the ethics to say ‘no’ to the coup plotters effort to recuse him for a simple meeting as a senator with a ‘russian’, or to tell PDJT he would recuse from the job required as AG?

              We see recent rumors of carlson’s political ambitions, so one explanation could be that carlson is ingratiating himself with the GOPe deepstate ‘establishment’.

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        • Merkin Muffley says:

          I think Sessions is a mole. Anyway, it’s a choice between the evil you know and the evil you don’t know.

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        • Worse, Tuberville will end up being a McConnell ‘yes man’.

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        • Issy says:

          sato422: Would it really matter? No democrat ever did or could do as much damage to Trump and the country as Sessions did.

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      • chojun says:

        I understand the sentiment but somewhat disagree with it. Sessions, if he grew a spine and a pair during this 3.5-year ordeal, would re-enter the Senate with a pretty big chip on his shoulder and a greatly expanded knowledge of how the Deep State operates and how its agents have penetrated various Senate committees.

        It’s possible that he could do some good there.

        Possible.

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      • Walley says:

        Could it be the the Keebler Elf was the real “insurance policy”?

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    • I am willing to wait and see if Sundance has further reason to absolve Sessions and Rosenstein of evil intent, but I don’t buy it — it makes them out to be rubes right off the farm, not fit to be anywhere near the reins of power, much less than in key positions Such supposed incompetence is simply a stretch too far. Sundance still is short of the mark on those two (and by the way, I’m still of the opinion that Nellie Ohr’s treasonous work needs to be emphasized; that also should be a “slam dunk” case, of competent federal law enforcement…she had no business doing all she did, and she was likely a CIA operative at the center of it all).

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      • thedoc00 says:

        SD did not absolve either.

        SD clearly states that Rosenstein was running the DoJ cover up operation. While he may not have been a direct participant on Mueller’s team, he did play a key role to hide anything under the DoJ’s purview and lend DoJ credibility, as an enabler, to warrants or action by Mueller’s team when he did not execute his oversight responsibilities.

        SD does not excuse Sessions either for his willful ignorance and deception with his respect to recusal. I add to that an additional crime of failure to exercise oversight. Recusal does not excuse the AG from oversight, which Sessions never sought to exercise.

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        • chojun says:

          I think we need to understand the substance of Sessions’ recusal meeting to be able to judge him fairly.

          I personally have a feeling that Sessions was not represented by fair counsel and was strong-armed into recusal. He possibly naively trusted DOJ counsel to give him fair and impartial advice when they themselves were ALL conflicted participants in the coup. But Sessions’ refusal to talk about that meeting is doing a disservice to the truth about the coup – of which Sessions’ recusal was a critical component.

          Looking back, nearly the entire initial Trump admin was grossly ill-equipped to handle the coup. The Deep State ran a harder campaign against Trump than Clinton ever could have in her dreams.

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          • Beau Geste says:

            sessions is a lawyer. just tell them ‘no’, senators meet with people all around the world.
            And ask the coup plotters trying to ‘persuade’ him to recuse;
            “what non-US citizens have each of you ever met or otherwise communicated with, or countries you have visited, over the past 20 years? I want your written report, precisely describing all such contacts and the conversations, on my desk by close of business tomorrow. You may be ineligible for continued employment here if there are any such contacts, trips abroad, or communications of any kind.
            You are dismissed. I have work to do trying to figure out why you falsely swore 20-year CIA/FBI agent Carter Page was a “‘russian asset”, to trick the FISC into a 2-hop warrant on PDJT. Don’t let the door hit you on the way out.”

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          • Elle says:

            I judge Sessions by what Trump said about him. One thing that seems interesting to me about Trump is that he seems to say it like he sees it without the BS filters. It’s a strange quality in this day and age. Thus, I think Sessions was playing for the anti-Trump team.

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        • dd_sc says:

          Rosenstein wasn’t running it – the 17 member lawfare team was.

          Rosenstein was rubber stamping their requests with the excuse/cover that it was part of the investigative process. In the article, Sundance claims Rosenstein was “steamrolled”; I don’t think that was the case (or maybe just not the right verb to be using). The resistance team told them what they needed and he rubber stamped it no questions asked.

          I suspect that has been Rosenstein’s role for quite a while at DOJ – his name keeps showing up as a peripheral figure in some other scandals. Have to wonder what the quid pro quo was. Key promotions for his wife? Daughters get into premier universities no issues? Cash?

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      • nofreelunch says:

        In my opinion, she is the main author of the “Russian Dossier”.

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    • MJJ says:

      Once General Flynn Case is Dismissed. President Trump should Appoint Him to Create The Flynn Commission Team and Audit, Reorganize, Reform and Release All Classified Redacted Documents in All the Admiral Rogers Audits, All Spygate FISA Court Warrant Redacted Information, and Current Investigations before the Election.

      As a way to use such Revelations in Reorganizing the 17 Agencies into Reforming Them and making them Change as they take on China Communist Party, Putin Russia Intelligence and the 5 Intelligence Agencies of the United Kingdom. There were Too many Illegal Leaks to the Media anyway, so a Change in that Process is Warranted as well.

      This is what General Flynn was going to do before President Obama Fired Him and the FBI Counterintelligence Framed Flynn anyway. In this way, everything will come out before the Election and Win or Lose Prosecutions, Confessions and Pleads will Run Rampant to make American Intelligence Great Again! Either way, American DOJ, FBI, and Intelligence Agencies get Changed and Upgraded and Old Redacted Information No Longer Important to Protect, since they Failed to Protect the Constitution.

      It will force China, Russia, North Korea, and Iran to also implement changes they cannot adapt to and Permits American Intelligence to do what our Navy, Space and Air Force does Best, Out Spend, Out Fight, and Bankrupt their Intelligence Agencies in the Process. Just like what America did to Russian Marxism Communist Party under Reagan and Bush causing their collapse.

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    • As a Man Thinkth says:

      Who ever replaces Mitch will inherit Mitch’s Deep State Staff, all of which, make Wolfe look like a boyscout…

      As Grenell told us, these politicians are simply name on the door, the staff runs the show…The politicians are the bag men that bring in the overseas cash and split it with the sraff…

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  2. Jim says:

    After reading this article ,after all we know , after all this time , it seems that the heart has been cut out of the body of our country. Every day justice is pushed farther away. Every day more corruption comes to light . Plain as day and provable well beyond a reasonable doubt. Sometimes brazenly admitted to by the bands actors in full public view.
    Please God help us.

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    • Jederman says:

      I believe, unfortunately, that it will continue and worsen until our side (normal, traditional Americans) push back with GREATER intensity. It must go beyond tit for tat.

      I don’t know how it has to be done. Or if it can be done within the law but it should be painfully, in your face obvious that there are no Dems left in this country. What we have now is an avowed, hard Left socialist assault.

      What surprises me most is that we really have not responded yet, in a meaningful way. They must be laughing at us. Perhaps the believe our side had (in a complacent way) hung our hat on PT and still believe all that’s required is the correct vote every four years.

      I wonder about it frequently but I also know that all it takes is the correct spark, the correct leaders and the right time to begin the roll back. No point in discussing what happens if we miss/avoid the opportunity because we deserve the consequences. Our children don’t.

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      • Tulips Moran says:

        Yet America hears the truth, shuffle a little in their easy chair, readying to watch SOMEONE ELSE to push back. This has all become spectacle and for so many has become a spectator sport. I pray every day for PDJT’s protection and security, wisdom and energies to keep pushing forward and that somehow something would ignite among the people to oppose all of this in very real efforts. I also pray that the adherents of Q recognize they need to do a little more than merely read posts and occasionally look into what others have researched. The malaise to stand up to this corruption is stunning.

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        • FrankieZee says:

          What I posted on another article here, is that we don’t have a national figure to get us all together to fight this corruption. Someone like a Glenn Beck, Tick Tock Hannity, Tucker Carlson and Lou Dobbs to tell us that we all need to march on DC on such and such a date and one of these figures will be there to talk to us. All we have right now is Trump’s rallies which has been severely curtailed by the KUNG FLU.

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    • Deplorable Texan says:

      Remember “ I caught them, I caught them all” ?
      They are caught, they know they are caught, and they know, that we know, that they are caught. So what’s the *$#@*#% problem? The AG has said, in public, that it was basically a coup, no repercussions, that’s the problem, two tiered justus system operates in the open now, no repercussions. Protect the institutions at all cost, that’s the problem. If they all walk….We will have no choice, WE will have to burn their playhouse down, if we have to drag their sorry asses out of our house, one by one, so be it.
      Let’s get on with it, I ain’t getting any younger.

      End rant

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      • Hans says:

        Ag Barr and Durham can make this easier or make this harder.. this two tier justice system will fail.

        With that said.. Ms Maxwell will work with SDNY to put some Republican sex tapes out to the MSM . This Maxwell prosecution is a hoax…

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        • Tulips Moran says:

          Disagree. My take is back in early 2019 when grand jury indicted both Epstein and Maxwell – they both turned cooperating witnesses. Epstein however I believe was given a suicide out and Maxwell decided to cooperate fully. Tucked away in the deep woods of NH, a body double to show up all over the globe intended to look like Maxwell was on the lamb. All the time she was doing her part to receive calls/contacts by Epstein patrons all recorded as evidence. The net was cast wide. Once the recorded goods on targeted patrons was obtained, the operation was shut down and Maxwell arrest hit the headlines. I also doubt she is in NYC detention center but tucked away safely awaiting trial. She is the keystone that will topple the elite corruption.

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          • revarmegeddontthunderbird says:

            She will die of the Chinese Covid 19 while in jail.

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          • revarmegeddontthunderbird says:

            She will die of the Chinese Covid 19 while in jail.

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          • Hans says:

            This process is being run by SDNY .. they have been after PDT since the beginning.. why bring up charges in 2019.. the Mueller Russia narrative failed. The intell agencies need a hammer. The rumor has been out there for years.. .. sex tapes.. Lolita Express… the Unitary party needs a hammer.

            One two or more Republican Senators will be exposed.. ones that are not running for re-election. To increase the odds of Democratic Senate Controll.. PDT impeachment is their goal

            Maxwell went to Cheslsie Clinton’s wedding.. she is going to out no elite democrats..

            Still think Epstein is alive.. retired ..in the Bahamas.. Fake Murder.. easy to do with no live camera footage….. oops no guards.. oops no camera..ooops camera footage from wrong floor.. not buying this..it just doesn’t Taste right.

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            • AWM says:

              I just don’t see why they would keep him alive?
              Death seems like a better way to keep their actors in line.
              If he is in the Bahamas it is offshore in deep water.

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            • you are right on….agent one of most powerful agency in the world…would end up killed in US jail…get real….I am surprise how many people on this site believe this a crap- .he kill himself/been killed in NYC jail…he is either on us military base or enjoy retirement in very tiny country…..

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            • The Phantom Stranger says:

              More or less agree that Maxwell and her testimony will almost certainly be the October Surprise unleashed on Republicans. Even though many Democrats are caught up in Epstein’s blackmail schemes, it will be very easy for a Democrat-minded prosecutor to trump up charges right before the election against almost anyone even if they have no merit. Remember, they don’t care if the case is garbage. They want the news cycle dominated by headlines of improper sexual behavior and demoralize the Right’s Christian voters.

              The Deep State has been willing to violate all norms and procedures in taking down Trump’s presidency short of assassination. I have no doubt Maxwell will be used against the Republicans this Fall.

              I am telling the RNC right now to prepare for this possibility. My guess is that a handful of sitting Senators will be accused.

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          • I don’t think she was indicted in 2019

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          • I don’t think she was indicted in 2019

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          • I don’t think she was indicted in 2019

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        • KIMBERLY K HUDSON says:

          My husband had a terrible thought about this Maxwell arrest. What if a condition of Maxwell’s cooperation with law enforcement is that she name President Trump as one of the abusers of the underage girls involved with Epstein? I’ve seen anti Trumpers make these type of comments about him & Ivanka for years, along with other false accusers, so it wouldn’t be much of a stretch to make people believe the lie. David Boies is one of Maxwell’s attorneys. When Boies represented Harvey Weinstein, he hired Black Rock who then engaged in many intimidation tactics against Weinstein’s accusers. He employed these same intimidation tactics against witnesses in the Theranos scandal. We must pray to God for His protection & that he thwart the enemies attacks. The Deep State has had a year or more to devise their strategies using Maxwell. With what we have heard about “Deep Fakes”, who knows what could be manufactured to make it appear that a lie is the truth. After COVID & BLM, I don’t doubt they would do ANYTHING to prevent a second term for Trump & worse if they can manage it!

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          • gypsywoman246 says:

            It did run through my mind 🤔

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          • rickinhouston says:

            But is it Maxwell that is the biggest card to play? Remember, there is the Clinton Foundation investigation the SDNY judge was covering up. Then, there is the Weiner laptop.

            The Weiner Laptop is the biggest card to play. It’s got to be.

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            • KIMBERLY K HUDSON says:

              Ughhh! The Weiner Laptop! Where the heck is it? I remember reading something about Strzok checking it out of evidence several years ago & thats the last I heard. Hope it’s still a card that could be played!

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            • Hans says:

              The Weiner laptop is an insurance policy for Huma Abadan , Sheryl lynch other Clinton Foundation employees.. it would have details on foreign fund flowing into the Clinton coffer(think China, Middle East etc) Hillary and Bill would be jailed.. sedition corruption, money laundering… that’s why it is hidden..

              Maxwell is the only card they can play. The interesting narrative will be how Maxwell just had to save herself… how she hated to do it.. MSM will try to make her a victim..

              I believe Bill and Hillary took 26 trips on the Lolita express.. their tapes will never come out. I believe there are Podesta tapes also.. never to see the light of day..

              Democrats wanted to use the Mueller grand jury Documents.. not going happen
              Trump’s bank records … ruling to come out tomorrow. Probable fail for democrats.
              So Maxwell is next in line.

              Nadler investigation in congress already set up.. Barr to testify.. lies come out of Maxwell.. democrats charge interferance with a congressional investigation.. impeachment Barr .. stop deep state prosecutions also hit PDT.. it’s going to get real dirty.

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          • mark says:

            now that u c, u can’t un c

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    • doohmax says:

      God helps those who help themselves.

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  3. Janet says:

    Mark Warner has a facebook page where he continuously lies about and puts down our president. I suggest everyone here goes there and comments under his posts with the truth and facts. I do this several times a week and I don’t even live in Virginia! But he has a huge following so many people will read what you write.

    I was a liberal Dem all my voting life until I finally saw the light. We can change hearts and minds by not keeping silent and just hoping for the best!

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  4. Jim says:

    Sundance , you are a suspicious cat and we love you for it. You seem to know the real story in granular detail every time.

    Thanks for all your wisdom.

    Sincerely

    Jim

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    • FrankieZee says:

      I am patiently waiting for the first shot that Sundance is going to be firing at the Deep State with his special project that he is undertaking.

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  5. mark says:

    I believe that Sundance is telling us that there are whistleblower/Patriots in the FBI. They were the ones who put the marker ( wrong date) on the transcript. Hopefully they are still there. They just need to be promoted.

    Time for LG Flynn to head the FBI. Praying for you Sundance and co.

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    • islandpalmtrees says:

      Let Flynn, select. Remember, Obama was so afraid of Flynn that he was willing to do anything to stop him.

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      • Eileen McRae says:

        Flynn is still being stopped as Sullivan has not signed the necessary papers. It is possible that a second Writ of Mandamus might have to be given to the Circuit Court Judges. This might not bode so well for Flynn as from what I have read, the entire court would weigh in on this, not just the three judges. If that happens and a second Writ does not support Flynn, then it may well need to be taken to the Supreme Court.

        Nothing like delaying justice until after the election!

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        • islandpalmtrees says:

          This I believe, Judge Sullivan, AG Barr and perhaps members of the appeals court are trying to delay until September 7, 2020.

          September 5, 2020, is 60 days before the election. In short, they, to include members of the appeals court are deliberately delaying.

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          • islandpalmtrees says:

            Persecution were projected to start on September 7, 2020 by Solomon.

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          • islandpalmtrees says:

            September 5, 2020, is the 60 days before elections moratorium point.

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          • islandpalmtrees says:

            Looks like AG Barr is going to avoid prosecuting any of the Obama criminals before the 2020 election, if at all. And, here is why.

            In the past, the unwritten guideline about not filing cases or commenting on investigations has been set at 60 days before an election. If this holds, for the 2020 election then this cut off would occur on September 5. John Solomon is expecting the first indictments around September 7. Both dates occur before the end of summer.

            Per Lou Dobbs tonight’s guess John Solomon

            First prosecutions are expected around Labor Day in 2020, which is on Monday, September 7.

            November 2020 election day – less 60 day gives us September 5.

            While the memos don’t discuss limitation of timing specifically, former U.S. attorneys have alluded to an unwritten guideline about not filing cases or commenting on investigations in the 60 days before an election.

            http://www.politifact.com/factchecks/2016/oct/30/robby-mook/clinton-campaign-says-comey-letter-violates-justic/

            Note: the intent to delay until after the 2020 election by the DOJ and FBI. Who controls the controls the DOJ and FBI, Barr.


            EXCLUSIVE: DOJ and FBI Claim They Cannot Provide Documents Related to Seth Rich and Clinton Emails Until After 2020 Election

            ***http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/07/exclusive-doj-fbi-claim-cannot-provide-documents-related-seth-rich-clinton-emails-2020-election/

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          • Eileen McRae says:

            I has assumed that. So, motive seems to push the whole issue to after the election where it just very well become a moot issue.

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    • Joemama says:

      BINGO! I think you got the important point.

      Whistle blowers, REAL whistle blowers in the FBI and other govt organizations have been scared into silence for years (the ones that weren’t destroyed by the corrupt IGs).

      Maybe some real whistleblowers are now coming out of the woodwork. I believe that there a lot of good people in government, but they have been abused and kept silent very effectively.

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  6. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    in this period of 2017 the media side of the resistance operation were denying Trump was under any surveillance. They were denying anyone in/around the Trump campaign was under surveillance.

    Huh????

    The key words: “the hurdle is pretty high to get a FISA on a US person
    They leaked the EXISTENCE of the FISA warrant on Carter Page in APRIL 2017 to buttress the image of the Steele Dossier as legitimate “intel”.
    Buzzfeed had published the entire dossier following CNN’s story of J. Edgar Comey briefing PE Trump
    I don’t think the resistance anticipated this full release by Buzzfeed.
    They would have preferred the actual Dossier never to see the light of day SO THEY COULD SELECTIVELY LEAK from it.
    The Dossier was ridiculous on it’s face and needed to be propped up so they gave the go ahead to the MSM to report on the existence of the CP FISA they already had.

    1) The hurdle is high to get a FISA (ie everything in a FISA MUST be verified)
    2) The government sought and obtained a FISA on Carter Page
    3) Carter Page is prominent figure in the Steele Dossier alleging collusion with Russian intelligence agents.
    4) The Steele Dossier must be “verified intel”.because….
    See #1

    The Steele Dossier materials were critical early on as…
    The narrative of Trump/Russia collusion was established by 2 stories
    1) The ICA—Putin interfered in election because he preferred Trump
    2) The Steele Dossier—Trump helped Putin interfere
    Both revealed 4 days apart

    Also recall the March 20 2017 first open congressional hearing (HPSCI) Adam Schiff read every allegation from the Dossier into the record in his opening statement.

    Eventually Nunes/Patel got ahold of FGPS bank records and they had to ditch the Steele Dossier and replace with PapaD/Downer and a “drunken conversation” in a London wine bar.

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    • Zydeco says:

      “I don’t think the resistance anticipated this full release by Buzzfeed.”

      Correct. The Resistance and the MSM propagandists just wanted to release falsehoods from the dossier in bits and pieces as they saw fit. Remember Jake Tapper (Fake Yapper) was angry about the huge mistake of the full release.

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  7. johnnyfandango says:

    The ”Confrontation” begins with an Amuse-Bouche. Nice one.

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  8. Conservative_302 says:

    What a bummer that there was no “deep throat” this time to help save our nation from this hoax. The hoax is now exposed/out there in plain sight for all to see. Only a hand full of republicans, Nunes, Jordan, Cotton, Kennedy, and Cruz are outraged. The plight to save our country was taken up bt people outside of it like Sundance, Fitton, Soloman, etc. We must never forget the true grit in the men that helped build this nation. We must never let that history be lied about or erased. Patrick Henry, John Paul Jones, Nathan Hale, Benjamin Franklin, Reagan, Trump, etc. Put there lives on the line for our country. They were true patriots. We need more of this type of men. It boggles the mind that history is shaped by a few people who stand up and fight for truth.

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  9. Merkin Muffley says:

    And then Tucker Carlson had the nerve to go on his show yesterday and push the candidacy of Jeff Sessions.

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  10. Bogeyfree says:

    I think what is beginning to unfold is a two headed monster.

    One is the Political Coup via the prior administration to weaponize the DOJ/FIB/CIA to stop Trump and his Nationalist agenda.

    The second IMO is a Massive RICO Operation using kickbacks, money laundering and NGO schemes from taxpayer money to line the pockets of many in DC where people from BOTH sides have very dirty hands.

    Why do these go hand in hand?

    Because Kickbacks, money laundering, NGO schemes, etc are all conducted best under the cover of Globalism, which has been sold to Americans as the US “helping the rest of the world” when in reality it was funding and lining the pockets of the elite Globalists ringleaders to fund their mission and agenda.

    They snookered so many regular Americans thinking Globalism was the means to “better the world.” It was their means to personal wealth and power.

    With greed their is no party boundaries.

    It explains why so many Republicans are RINO’s and actually support Globalism. It explains why there is very little outrage by R’s about the riots, the virus, the trampling of citizens rights, etc.

    My guess is you must first show that key DC people are complicit and have worked in tandem with the weaponized DOJ/FIB led Coup.

    Once that is shown then one can go after the RICO Operation.

    Now we can only hope that Durham figured this out months ago and thus the RICO expert he brought in.

    PS – The Hammer, NSA Contractor Spying and Anwan were necessary vehicles or tools to gather information on key people IMO to ensure compliance and apply pressure in case anyone got cold feet.

    And as long as they complied with the political mission their pocket lining would not be exposed.

    Think of it as a Good Good scenario in a golf match.

    Frankly when one steps back and looks at this as a two headed monster, that was focused on a political agenda coupled with securing billions While allowing crumbs to flow to others, IMO everything that we have seen for 4+ years fits and is explained.

    So many IMO have sold out America.

    I pray Barr and Durham do the right thing.

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    • Zydeco says:

      The corruption is massive and then throw in whatever China is doing and who they control. We have 4 months till the inevitable.

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    • bunkers says:

      I love a good-good in golf to an extent. To further the analogy these guys are giving each other 30 foot downhill left to right putts.

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    • TPW says:

      Thats why they don’t care we were 20 trillion in debt………

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    • islandpalmtrees says:

      I pray Barr and Durham do the right thing.

      According to John Solomon on Lou Dobbs last night. Prosecutions will begin around September 7. The moratorium on DOJ actions before the elections is September 5.

      This means to me that Barr and Durham are waiting to see who wins. Therefore, they are dishonest.

      Need more proof:

      Barr controls the FBI & DOJ as you know.


      EXCLUSIVE: DOJ and FBI Claim They Cannot Provide Documents Related to Seth Rich and Clinton Emails Until After 2020 Election
      July 7, 2020, by Joe Hoft

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    • Hans says:

      I was amazed… I was working in Saudi Arabia on a project… Pakistani Muslims and Pakistani Christians.. the tension was ripe.. they would not use each other’s cooking utensils… constant friction…

      As part of their employment agreement ..these Pakistanis were not allowed to work for any other company on their time off….

      So one day I find out…the Christian Pakistanis and Muslims Pakistanis are workin side by side on their day off. That’s right all that anomosity out the door for money..

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    • B Woodward says:

      Bogeyfree, I like your comment.

      I’m wondering if President Trump’s “Executive Order Blocking the Property of Persons Involved in Serious Human Rights Abuse or Corruption” can be used by the President to trump some of the corruption in Washington DC–and hopefully prior to the election.

      I’m also hoping that President Trump can use his “Executive Order Imposing Certain Sanctions in the Event of Foreign Interference in a United States Election” to stop local governments from using vote-by-mail, which opens the door for fraudulent ballots from foreigners.

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  11. govlawyer says:

    Having over 20 years experience as a prosecutor, I know what it means to have institutional loyalty to the “Office” (as we called in in the county where I worked)–you always did your job but kept in mind that what you did in court or out of court reflected on the institution. We were given our marching orders to do the right thing irrespective of where it lead, but do so in a way that didn’t embarrass the “Office”.
    I think that’s the mindset that Barr and Sessions brought with them when they returned to Main Justice. Sessions is not a bad man and I think that his neutering with a conflict of interest was sold to him that AG’s come and go but Justice lives on–and he folded. Step 1 accomplished…he was sidelined, as the piece suggests
    Barr in trying to drain the swamp but is trying to placate some of the crocs contained therein because he loves his “Office”.
    I think that sooner or later he’ll realize that his loyalty to the “Office” requires him to power wash the walls and floors of the scum that polluted it–I sense by some of his comments that he is troubled by what he’s found and is sadly reaching that conclusion.

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    • MVW says:

      “Sessions is not a bad man ”
      Lois Lerner. Free Pass.
      Sessions was the sentry at the gate that opened it, left it open, then acted like he was asleep while tanks clanked by into the city. BS. Pure 100% BS.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Speaking of gate keepers:

        Isn’t it about time someone figured
        out a way to take out David Brock, Media Matters,
        Share Blue, and all the other orgs.

        Who do you think gives the yay/nay on the
        4 am news dump, so that all sources sound the same?
        Wouldn’t it take an “outside source” to hide what is
        going on?

        Who do you think pays off the Dr Eugenes,
        Krassenstein brothers, or the psyciatrist that slams
        Trump instantly , every post. Or the lesser talent
        that swarms Yahoo and other sites?

        Who do you think gives the go ahead to call out
        anything that the cancel culture vultures have to
        go after? I’ve noticed that it frequently starts on
        Yahoo News with something that the vast world
        at large doesn’t give an absolute rat’s ass about.

        Then it gets called “controversial”. Or people are
        “outraged”. But it only begins after the MSM tells us
        that someone’s offended. NO ONE CARES ABOUT
        the Redskin’s name. NO ONE CARED about the
        statues. NO ONE WANTED the police DEFUNDED.

        And, the Defund the police? First tweet, one of
        Hillary’s stooges. Hillary’s stooges do not act on their
        own. And, David Brock is the gatekeeper for all things
        that Hillary wants promoted. And, all things that
        Hillary wants destroyed.

        Someone needs to flush the varmint out.

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        • AWM says:

          Trump is probably going crazy wondering where the IEDs, pipe bombs, sniper rounds, car wrecks, muggings, molotovs and such are in respect to these named and unmasked individuals who are enemies of the people.
          I sure as hell would.

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        • Eileen McRae says:

          David Brock and his cabal started this even before the inauguration back in Dec., 2016, with their “secret” meeting/planning, etc., of the “resistance” against Trump. It is documented in Brock’s handbook. “…… attended the retreat and obtained David Brock’s private and confidential memorandum from the meeting. The memo, “Democracy Matters: Strategic Plan for Action,” outlines Brock’s four-year agenda to attack Trump and Republicans using Media Matters, American Bridge, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), and Shareblue.

          The memo contains plans for defeating Trump through impeachment, expanding Media Matters’ mission to combat “government misinformation,” ensuring Democratic control of the Senate in the 2018 midterm elections, filing lawsuits against the Trump administration, monetizing political advocacy, using a “digital attacker” to delegitimize Trump’s presidency and damage Republicans, and partnering with Facebook to combat “fake news.”

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    • rmramerica says:

      Not sure about the “power washing” part, but he’s trying. His biggest challenge, and it’s right in front of him, is TIME. He’s running out of time fast. If Labor Day is the period when some details emerge and indictments, that’s way too late. No one will go to court for at least 8 months – by then a possible new administration. If so, it’s OVER. Done. New DOJ team, new priorities and a dropping of this entire investigation. The press will support it and the nation will be just tired of hearing about it.

      He needs to bring his best case forward right now, or the case with the best traction forward immediately. An atmospheric tension among all of the participants needs to be created by the DOJ from possible prosecutions. Shake the tree. Everyone may be surprised by what falls out.

      If Mark Warner’s part in this is revealed/proven – the Senate MUST censure him. Severe consequences for elected representatives who participated (Republican or Democrat) must happen.

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    • Julia Adams says:

      Here’s the problem with the current career employee base at Main Justice: there remains a strong belief and lawless culture that the “ends justify the means”.

      These shameless DOJ prosecutors, many of whom were hired during Holder and Lynch era, use the law as a weapon to destroy innocent people and their lives. Their role model is the reprehensible Andrew Weismann.

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    • islandpalmtrees says:

      Barr’s dream of protecting the institutions of the DOJ & FBI is just that, a dream. With the loss of President Trump we lose our current government. Like a cancer the corruption will consume what is left.

      Barr’s failure to act, is an action that we may not recover from. He must prosecute before the election.

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    • ann says:

      Govlawyer,
      I don’t believe Barr is able to control the DoJ. The dysfunctional culture embedded itself without challenge for many many years. Empirical evidence is a litany of chronic failures across the spectrum. They absconded on effective defense our intell, [paki House Iat, Clinton, Feinstein,staffer) our national security (Whats up w Kerry canoodling w mullahs]
      borders, sanctuary states, (Why the limp concession to top down dictacts of secession enacted without our consent? )
      the census, ( why the hell was DoJ cooperating w CAIR in court cases ) ,
      the integrity of elected and appointed high officials, (Uranium one, USAID extortion, , NSC and State leakers].

      I could go on, but we all know this stuff, and they knew we know and proceeded on with impeachment,

      Ex the IT community just did more “premature leaks”, preposterous claims of Russia paying insurgents for American scalps. Come on, Seriously!

      No, I’m convinced neither the Bureau or DoJ is able to produce an untainted strong case or effectively defend our country from within.

      Their contempt for us and limits on authority is quite clear.

      I reciprocate with contempt for their authority, call out this weak facade of JUSTICE and rule of law.
      Everything I’ve lived through as an adult has convinced me the spirit of our laws, is absent in DC, and we are unprotected as a people and nation,

      I’m done with trusting in elections, due process and reliance on federal institutions to defend my community, family and country.

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  12. Conservative_302 says:

    “I have not yet begun to fight. Give me liberty or give me death. I have sworn upon the alter of God eternal hostility against every form of tyranny against the mind of man. A people who value privileges over it’s principles soon loses both. No man is good enough to govern another man without his consent.” It confounds the mind that America has been saved by a few good men who lived by a simple and honest creed. The people who conspired to take down Trump must be held accountable. The future of our nation depends on it.

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  13. Right to reply says:

    Politics, is no longer about the people. Politics, is just another corrupt business.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Armchair Quarterback says:

      Truest comment of the day!

      Liked by 4 people

    • Hans says:

      Politics is a part of globalism.. it is the milk that allows globalism to grow..

      One hundred years ago anti trust broke legislation up the big monopolies.. is there enough love of America in our politicians to break up Amazon/globalism Or are politicians foolish enough and dumb enough to think they can theaten million of Americans. With a corrupted judicial system. The time of corrup judges is about over. Here is a hint

      There is hardly any AR15 ammunition on the shelf… out of stock…. congress either rights itself. Barr does his job.. or the people will…

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      • clive hoskin says:

        I do believe that someone said the other day that since the riots and protests had started there was allegedly some 5 million gun sales.If that is true,look out for all you leftards.How will people know how to identify you?WE can smell you a mile off.Lol.

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  14. BigTalkers says:

    Thanks in large part to my “SD education,” I remarked at the time that Rosenstein was either the dumbest Sob to ever come down the pike, or he was in on it. And I was wrong, too.. He was BOTH!

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  15. Phil McCoxwell says:

    Govt, is where the democrats go to become wealthy. They go there to get the power to fleece those who actually produce the wealth in this country. They would never get away with this level of corruption in the marketplace. First, they would be sued and or convicted of their crimes, second, customers would give them their just due by not supporting their Businesses. These people are weak, slimy and crooked and there is no doubt in my mind that the Good Lord is working them over. Just look at them all scurry to maintain their lies. To us, they appear to be getting away with it, but their lives have all been destroyed and now they are staring down the barrel of a 2nd Trump term where he will never face an electorate again and has a major score to settle. These people are terrified. Remember, God Always Bats Last.

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  16. When the Special Counsel leaked the FISA application to cover for the already leaked application for the NYT, didn’t they obstruct justice regarding the original FBI leak probe?

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  17. Judiciary says:

    Think of President Trump’s position and the enormity of the resistance coup effort which commandeered key parts of the man’s own administration as a weapon against him. A very effective ploy. Chilling. They are enemies of the Republic.

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  18. lambgraham says:

    I urge all readers to cut and paste or summarize key parts of this article and email to all Republican members of the Senate Judiciary and Intelligence Committees. I sent this to “Little Marco” Rubio’s office with this added note. Because of people like you Castro and 50 guerrilla fighters took over Cuba.

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  19. Julia Adams says:

    Wouldn’t it be grand if Warner were to lose his election?

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  20. MicD says:

    Early on it was neck and neck between Trump and Cruz, heck Rush sounded like Cruz’s campaign manager. Then outa the blue Sessions became the “must have” endorsement. Why Sessions?
    We were told he was a long time Senator that was well respected by “both sides” –> Deep State UniParty. Sessions was put there to endorse who ever the uniparty thought would win the nomination.
    As for Carter Page, Rick Perry’s Sam Clovis gave us this spook as well as PapaD.
    All of this was put into motion as the escalator came down.

    Go get em SD

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  21. iwasthere says:

    I’ve been to private Mark Warner fund raisers – believe me, that guy was worse than Shift in private – you see, he knows stuff because he is on the intel committee – smoking gun Russia, Russia Russia stuff. IMHO, Warner has a coke habit, because he was jacked up on something.

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    • Judiciary says:

      Interesting, iwasthere, Warner strikes me as someone with an addiction habit. My thought was alcohol but maybe coke or both.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Dwayne Diesel says:

        Of course, it’s both. A lot of people do drugs. A lot don’t. Being a libertarian slanted constitutional conservative I tend to favor the legalization of drugs (individual choice) but also understand it’s not as simple as that per see.

        With saying that, I know many who smoke pot instead of drink. Some do both. They are prominent people in the business and industries they represent. So, Warner, definitely comes across as one of those dabbing lines in the back room with groupies half his age before and after events (not during, the image you know). I don’t care he does those things…his choices, what I care about is the faux indignation when accusing others of partaking in their own vice.

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        • sturmudgeon says:

          D.D. You should care some… both of those ‘habits’ result in ‘impairment’ to some degree; in addition to the possible submersion into ‘pressure points’.

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  22. eric says:

    treason.

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  23. John Schwarz says:

    This is all old known information that’s been ignored. A better question is why didn’t the intelligence agencies retrieve the classified information and prevent it’s further dessiment. There is a difference between a leak and the plans for the atomic bomb or say a coup against a sitting president of the United states. When did they know and why did they do nothing

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  24. TheWanderingStar says:

    “First, an admission that I was wrong.” – Juxtaposed with Mueller’s senility picture is priceless. Mueller, Mueller?

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  25. farmerjbj says:

    I have significant concerns about Sessions returning to the Senate but his opponent, Tuberville, doesn’t appear to be someone running for anything but personal gain

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  26. Two Party Evil Money Cult of Corruption.

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  27. Chewbarkah says:

    It made sense that the 17 lawyers who took over the DoJ hired Peter Strzok.
    What has never been apparent is the real reason they forced him out. (I don’t buy that the text messages were the real, at least not the fundamental, reason).
    Was he too honest for them?
    Or was it that his loyalties were with the original team of coup-sters, rather than the cleaners? To much lcommunicating with CIA and McCabe?

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    • Hans says:

      IMHO Peter Strzok is a wild entity… had his own addenda… I bet that he started to pose a risk.. he had to be taken out.. phone calls on non government issued devices. Also
      They probably knew he was taken copious notes.. a loose cannon..

      There is a reason why all Peter Strzok phone call notes were not released.. they probably implicated Mueller and others… think about the Jan 5th meeting with Obama and Biden..

      What if there 30,000 of them ..

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  28. numbersixdance says:

    Obviously the 17 lawyers comprise the team…who was the Quarterback to run the plays? Val Jar…Soros? No question the White House is involved…O is a puppet and not that smart to pull this off, he has been used for his skin color. His VP we know is an idiot.
    Someone was calling the shots…who?

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      • amazed treetop downlooker says:

        Brennan, … Field Marshall?..globalist.bankstercabal…overlords ?
        Follow the $$$ !

        VSGPDJT 2020 MAGAKAGslide 🇺🇸🙏🇺🇸🙏🇺🇸🙏
        FREED Gen Flynn, & fellow com-patriots appear far MORE than a match for muzzle Brennan/ValJar,etc & chicomFauXIwuhanflusters….BUT…O MAMA, WHAT a TITANIC struggle…late in the 3rd quarter now…hang out tight, Patriots, double warp speed ahead !

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  29. ms Idaho says:

    May i venture another unasked question?
    Why / How did the newly confirmed and sworn AG Barr shut down the entire Mueller investigation with one meting with Mueller?
    Why, of course, he has a magic wand …

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  30. Rick says:

    I’m getting the sense here that by rendering Rod Rosenstein as a willing dupe it makes your larger theory work? Be careful, tread carefully Sundance. Don’t lose sight of the fact Rod Rosenstein could be positioning himself that way for legal reasons. He may be cooperating with the Durham probe and his Congressional interview may be using permissible lies in that context.

    You might want to do a deeper dive into Rosenstein’s wife and her affiliations, his past work before writing his role off so simply.

    Just my two cents worth.

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  31. MGBSE says:

    My suspicion … maybe the FBI “unknowingly” advising Warner of a leak investigation … was really a a covert warning … the FBI got to look like they were doing their job, while warning leaker Warner at the same time.

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  32. gypsywoman246 says:

    Anyone listen to Tom Luongo’s latest podcast on YT…he has an interesting theory

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  33. Patriot1 says:

    …..Control, in the event a whistle-blower tried poking his head up.

    You mean a “real whistle-blower”, one who would report on the Resistance?

    I’ve often wondered where these good guys are at. I know people like Dan Bongino know people that are there on the front lines.

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  34. Eileen McRae says:

    When is Thor’s “Hammer” going to drop? Upon whom will it drop? Fasten your seat belts as the roller coaster ride on which you embark has unexpected twists and turns, steep ascents to climb, and dizzying drops that will send you spiraling out of control! Brace yourself for the truth; it may not be to your liking.

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  35. Merkin Muffley says:

    Big news! A British court just ruled that Christopher Steele defamed several Russian businessmen in at least one memo, which the judge determined was “inaccurate or misleading as a matter of fact”.

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  36. john another says:

    Since the FBI and the DOJ are now saying they can’t release certain documents until after the election, they are admitting that the never Trump FBI and DOJ has information that hurts the Democrats chances in 2020 so the voters won’t be allowed to make an informed opinion.

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    • Joemama says:

      Exactly. How can one come to any other conclusion about why information can’t be released before a critical election.

      Why do we pay these jerks?

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  37. Gary Lacey says:

    It begs the question, if Warner and Burr are dirty, are those in top Senate positions dirty?!

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    • Simple Citizen says:

      Mr. Lacey,

      Certainly I am not trying to be funny here, but most of them would more than likely ask you “What is your definition of dirty?”. Just as Bubba once challenged with “What is the definition of the word is?”.

      Years ago I had a friend on the Capitol Police force. If you wanted to do research into the oddities of our Congress they would be a good place to begin. Further, you may wish to make inquires with the Hay Adams Hotel in Washington, DC at least according to that friend.

      To many (not all) in our Congress, “dirty” is relative.

      Best,
      Simple Citizen

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  38. My gratitude for the information is boundless. Thank you, thank you a million times over. With my appreciation there is recognition of the effectiveness of the strategy to stultify the Trump presidency. That’s discouraging, at a minimum.

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  39. Bill Henslee says:

    Sundance and others have identified the many tentacles of a giant Octopus that corrupted the institutions of our government in their grasp, The Deep Octopus is go complex, it is hard to understand all the ways the dots are interconnected.

    But focusing on the tentacles is a problem. We fail to see the intelligent source of the conspiracy behind the corruption. So what is the source?

    I nominate the Clinton Crime Syndicate. Every known tentacle can be traced back to a collusion with the Clinton Crime Syndicate can it not???

    What is the purpose? Taking the cram off government spending and influence. Look at the revolving door of the FBI leadership and DOJ leadership. They do Hillary a favor and get cushy jobs in the crony corporate economy and can rotate back as needed after making millions in their “private jobs.” I can’t locate the email between Strzok and McCabe, but McCabe asks Strozk why he doesn’t go ahead and take the offer from a private concern for $650,000 per year. Strozk replies he has work ahead that he can’t let go. The highest pay grade in the FBI is around $200,00 per year. He must really have some work to do on the insurance plan to turn down a threefold raise along with his retirement benefits.

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  40. Bogeyfree says:

    So who in the DOJ or FIB ordered/planted the FISA tracer??

    I’m not a Session fan but IMO it seems like it has to have come from Sessions who was driving leak investigations early on otherwise there was a good guy, high level FIB guy but then once Mueller got in place and in control then killed all leak investigations I guess.

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  41. Bogeyfree says:

    So who told Jessie Liu to go easy on Wolfe?

    Was it Mueller or was it Rosenstein.

    And if Durham now sees that this whole thing was a conspiracy, can he go back and file new charges that would allow them to go back and get the FISA leaker?

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