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. Genie says:

    CTH is like the Travelers Aid Society for this long journey.

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  2. Vera says:

    “Rod Rosenstein was doing exactly the same as Mueller”
    Always absolutely obvious. That explains the supportive memes for Rosie….it’s like the Sessions debacle here…. Sessions was a minor hero, only trolls questioned the great man, until it became equally obvious that the Mueller inquiry would not have happened unless good ‘ol Jeff recused the day after he was appointed, clearly never telling PDJT his intention to do so pre appointment.

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    • coolmamie says:

      I will never forgive Sessions.

      Liked by 20 people

      • billinlv says:

        Beauregard was the linchpin……a key component in the insurance policy and he is still in denial.

        Liked by 10 people

      • MaineCoon says:

        Neither will I. IT was a willing choice he made to decieve President Trump, which opened the dooe for his impeachment. He willingly deceive him and us. In my book he is a traitor.

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        • Dutchman says:

          He has not said, and so we are left with this; the conspirators KNEW they HAD to have control of the AG position, in order to appoint Mueller.

          So, either they knew Sessions well enough to know that he was a naive idiot, so afraid of any taint of impropriety that they could B.S. him into recusing, they blackmailed him over pics of him having sex with a goat (or whatever) or he was a willing participant.

          Pount is, they were 100% confident they could get a Special Council, of their choice, appointed.

          And they did,..

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          • Cathy M. says:

            Sessions is naive, could swallow BS & is honest but way out of his league as AG.
            (Based on my knowledge of him as a Senator & U.S. Atty. But that was a little more than a decade ago)

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            • Dutchman says:

              Thing is, he WAS a Senator for many years, and yet Peter Schwietzer, who wrote Clinton Cash said he looked at Senate at one point, for writing a book on corruption, and only found ONE Senator that he couldn’t find any corruption, guess who!

              HOW could someone who is NOT corrupt, swim for years in that Sewer of the Senate, and NOT get dirty?

              Did all the dirty dealings swirl all around him, and he was oblivious?

              Is he just really naive? But, he was a PROSECUTOR, seems like that experience would trash your naivete really fast.

              Its a puzzle, but I still hope Alabama doesn’t vote for him. I liked him much better in retirement.

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              • BitterC says:

                I disagree. He would make a terrific MAGA ally in the Senate. I think Trump is being petty and showing a part of his personality I don’t care for in the least in his treatment of Jeff.

                I think everyone, including Trump, was caught flat-foooted by the degree of hostility and resistance that lay in store. Especially in Jan, 2017.

                Even Rush has said that Trump had really thought the Dems would get over it after a few wks and work with him as president. His 1st big mistake was casting Flynn aside. It chummed the waters

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                • Bob Lynch says:

                  Trump was caught flat footed because instead of immediately instructing Sessions to prosecute Hillary Clinton, he let her walk. None of these corrupt Justice and FBI officials could have attempted the coup if Sessions was moving forcefully and dramatically against them. Trump’s failure to keep his promise to prosecute Hillary doomed his presidency from the get go. We all know crimes were committed, but here we are four years later and not one indictment. Trump, instead of acting, which he had the authority to do, has been tweeting.

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          • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

            TWO people threatened their “coup”:
            1) Sessions
            2) Flynn (the recently released notes regarding discussions ofwhat to tell Flynn confirm this)

            They got rid of both.

            Their goal certainly at this point was not to get a Special Counsel appointed.
            Comey’s memo’s (his 302s) among other things show that–with a recused Sessions–his investigation was going along just fine with him at the helm (and as a “secret agent”)
            Another “HQ Special”
            EX 1:
            “Secret Agent” Comey memo”
            Trump says he “hopes” there’s a way to let the Flynn thing go.
            IT WAS ALREADY GONE
            Jan 4 Crossfire Razor closure, Jan 30 internal memo (soon to be released) Logan Act?
            EX 2
            Mar 20 2017 Comey HPSCI testimony revealing a “counterintelligence investigation” and Schiff reading the Steele Dossier as his opening statement while Comey knows the whole thing had collapsed in Jan 2017.
            J. Edgar Comey was managing this just fine…until

            Trump unexpectedly fired Comey….making a Special Counsel a NECESSITY.

            They told RR to do appoint one and he did it in a week.
            McCabe’s memo–his 302–shows the leverage he used on a compliant RR:
            “I began by telling him that today I approved the opening of an investigation of President Donald Trump.I explained that the purpose of the investigation was to investigate allegations of possible collusion between the president and the Russian Government, possible obstruction of justice related to the firing of FBI Director James Corney, and possible CONSPIRACY to obstruct justice…..
            Finally, I informed the DAG that as a result of HIS ROLE IN THE MATTER, I thought he would be a witness in the case”
            (RR wrote the memo and therefore a co-conspirator)
            HERE:https://www.judicialwatch.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/JW-v-DOJ-McCabe-Rosenstein-memo-00388.pdf

            In hindsight it’s even clearer Comey wanted to be the man to bring down Trump

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        • Jimmy Jack says:

          I agree. And all the Q crowd with the relentless Trust Sessions was mind numbing. Smh. If nothing else made people realize that was a deep state military psy op nothing would.

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        • MelH says:

          God is neigh. Sessions is jobless now!

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      • Don B says:

        A lot of Republican voters in Alabama can not forgive Sessions. Tucker Carlson says he does not understand why a football coach is tied with Sessions in the Senate race, and maybe Tucker really does not know, but there must be reasons why he is pushing Sessions.

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        • Robert Smith says:

          I feel Tucker Carlson does this to show he’s not a puppet. Once he realized it was a Trump wave he hopped on. Tucker’s first in the choices he makes and he’s riding the Trump wave to the top of the ratings

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          • Simple Citizen says:

            Mr. Smith, Mr. Carlson is very much motivated by his faith in the LORD and a strong sense of what is right / wrong. Certainly, I would agree with anyone who has pointed out when he has made some very unique choices and rightly questioned the “why”. His heart is generally in the right place.

            Although I am not even remotely close to him, we do have some people in common, and I can honestly state that having his home doxed, as well as his family threatened, has had a very deep impact on the gentleman. The domestic terror we are all living through now was quite literally brought to his front doorstep.

            If Mr Carlson is riding a wave of anything, it is a renewal of his faith and a guided common sense that without more voices speaking out about this tragic period in our nation’s history, we may all be silenced. If he anges even one mind and heart through his efforts, then he has been a success for all of us who love our country.

            Respectfully and humbly,

            Simple Citizen

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            • Robert Smith says:

              That’s more information than i have so I’ll keep that in mind. Thanks.

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            • fabrabbit says:

              Hey, Simple Citizen, that was beautifully communicated. Thank you.

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            • gda53 says:

              Thank you for that. We must not forget what they have done to those few who have the courage to stand up and make their voices heard.

              I often, but not always agree with Tucker, though he sometimes exasperates me. But there’s a reason his is the highest rated show of its kind in cable news history.

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            • distracted2 says:

              I don’t always agree with Tucker. In fact, I was very critical of him a couple of weeks ago. I believe it was on a Friday show when I thought he went completely off the rails. The following Monday, he seemed more tempered and clarified his positions, which I agreed with.

              But whether I agree with everything he says or not is really a mute point because I do agree with him on the important issues – his stance on immigration, faith, abortion, the family unit and the Constitution. In a vast sea of voices, thank the Lord his is rising to the top because very few others are sounding the alarm.

              I can’t imagine having my home and family attacked. It would change anyone. I am thankful that someone who has a huge audience besides President Trump, has the strength to stand up for what’s right and to call out those who do not.

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            • TwoLaine says:

              puh-lease.

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            • Simple Citizen says:

              Mea culpa for the typos: “anges” in the last sentence should have been “changes”; this is what happens when an old man is typing way past his bedtime. = )

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          • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

            I feel Tucker Carlson does this to show he’s not a puppet.

            Is that Lindsey and Mitch I see swabbin the deck of that galleon?

            Good read.

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        • I do not live in Alabama but I spent quite a bit of time there and I have a good friends who live there. They tell me that they would never vote for Jeff Sessions. He betrayed them. They were very happy when he became AG but the minute he did he set the whole Trump Presidency on Fire. Not to be forgiven as an “honorable” man. What he did was too huge to retain any trust. No second chance.
          And why would he want it? Seems either arrogant or stupid.
          Enjoy retirement, Jeff.

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        • Tl Howard says:

          I don’t think Carlson knows the specifics of the coup. Perhaps I’m wrong. Perhaps he realizes, as many of us here do, that Sessions lacks some 6th sense that a guy who was a prosecutor ought to have about people and their dark sides, a sense that told him he was being railroaded into a recusal and his POTUS was the target of villains in his midst.

          You can be a senator and lack that 6th sense but not an AG. Maybe Carlson sees it that way.

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          • TPW says:

            Recusal or not……there was to be an investigation of the man he threw his hat in with….why did Jeff even think an investigation should move forward…

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        • Jimmy Jack says:

          I think this is Tucker’s coastal elite showing through. He really doesn’t understand why a football coach would be seen as an equal to a long term a Senator. Tucker doesn’t understand the Deep South and the role football plays in southern culture beyond a superficial understanding of it.

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          • RePete says:

            What’s more American, football or a career senator?

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          • distracted2 says:

            At the top of Tuckers’s list of grievances is illegal immigration. He and Sessions share like views on that subject, which is why he wholeheartedly supports him.

            I think his support of Sessions in retaking his senate seat has more to do with their shared views than whether he thinks the football coach is capable or not.

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        • TwoLaine says:

          Tucker is anti-TRUMP. He will push anything that is anti-TRUMP.

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          • Simple Citizen says:

            TwoLaine,

            Respectfully, Mr. Carlson does not seem to deal in absolutes and is attempting to continue his evolutionary / learning process, which is what we all seek to attain while we spend time in this world.

            Has he made remarks that seem to be “snide” or “snarky” toward our President, sure. Is he “anti” anything in a vehement sense, I do not believe so. His job is “opinion” (specifically labelled so on Fox News), and I think he tries to give the best “opinion” he can. None of us are perfect, and I would not (personally) wish to set an expectation for him to live up to along the lines of a perceived perfection.

            Either way I respect you and appreciate your input on the matter.

            Best,
            Simple Citizen

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        • BitterC says:

          Maybe Tucker, like I, believe Jeff Sessions is a good man. It was his goodness and honor that made him ill-prepared for what lie ahead as AG. How the Uniparty has behaved since Trump’s election is unprecedented. No one saw it coming

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        • TPW says:

          Same reason Hannity is pushing Graham…….FOX….notice they never say anything derogatory bout Ryan

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      • taspok says:

        and vote for the coach?

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      • David Vicknair says:

        Seems like many Alabamans share your view. He is in a tough primary. Tucker had him on tonite and was openly supportive, but without Trump’s support he may be toast. Don’t think it’s coming. He is alone. Turnabout is a bitch.

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        • Rileytrips says:

          Sessions left our President alone, standing in the wind surrounded by enemies. Did it purposefully, quickly, and with no warning whatsoever to President Trump.
          I will never vote for Sessions. He is a backstabber.

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          • DaughterofLiberty says:

            I’m not defending him – I still think he was in way over his head.

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            • mike says:

              Sessions could be in over his little head. Epstein or similar.
              Sessions is old enough to have LBJ or Hoover stuffed files…

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          • TPW says:

            Never forget Sessions is a politician first who protects his own…..during his confirmation he said that he would never pursue Clinton because the party in power does not go after the opposing party…..it’s that unspoken rule thingy….you don’t punish the opposition for differences in policy thingy……..The man is so idiotic he confuses breaking the law with politics. Thats why he won’t win in Alabama.

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      • Rhi says:

        And Tucker is kissing his ass on his show tonight – spit!

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      • Firefly says:

        Session expresses anger at Trump. Sessions never has expressed anger at those that duped him into recusing. Sessions could easily say he thought he was doing right and trusted all those advising him to recuse-say he doesn’t want to pass judgement yet until all the info comes out. But that’s not what Sessions said- instead he uses Trumps name to try to get elected- and keeps saying he had to recuse.

        At Best- Sessions stepped aside and let them have at President Trump. At worst he’s in on it. Don’t forget Sessions was part of the uranium one approval process. To me it’s most telling Session isn’t upset at being duped into recusing and desparate to get elected to the point he uses Trumps name. It’s weird Sessions isn’t kicking himself over being duped- a true Trump supporter as Sessions claims he is, would be expressing something about those who advised him to recuse. To some degree Sessions was in on it – letting it happen and even subtlety helping ruin Trump.

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        • Issy says:

          Firefly: The people who believe he is a total innocent, in over his head, are not thinking clearly.

          No one can possibly believe Sessions was not aware of the corruption that went on every day for the twenty years he was in the senate. Was he not aware of his friends and colleagues in the senate were all against Trump? Most were actively working against him.

          He had nothing to lose by supporting Trump. His senate seat was safe if Trump lost, and the only thing he had ever shown any interest in while in the senate was immigration. He was perfect for the job. Mitch strongly pushed him for AG.

          He would have to have been an idiot not to know there was a plan to investigate Trump with the goal to remove him from office. He clears the path by recusing, washing his hands of the dirty work.

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      • Jeff C says:

        Amen. When the President needed him most, when his own department was attempting a coup against his boss, he ran for the hills and hid. Claims he was legally obligated to do so. Funny how those running the coup had no such legal obligations. Absolutely gutless.

        He would have been a forgotten asterisk in this whole mess if he hadn’t had the chutzpah to try and run for his old seat. Runoff is on Tuesday, keep an eye on Trump’s twitter.

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      • Issy says:

        coolmamie: As he should not be forgiven. He is responsible for Rosenstein and Mueller running roughshod over the justice system. I only hope the people of Alabama see this.

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    • Bert Darrell says:

      If Jeff Sessions is returned to the senate by Alabama voters Professor Gruber will be – once again- vindicated as the most realistic evaluator of the American electorate’s overall mental ability.

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      • Tango268 says:

        Tonight’s Tucker Carlson segment with Sessions was the biggest disappointment in the history of his show. Tucker pretended not to know why Sessions is trailing in the run-off, as if he didn’t know (or didn’t think his viewers knew) about Sessions’ betrayal of the President.

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        • Mike says:

          He was told by Fox he had to do the interview to try and get enough Trump voters to return Sessions.

          I liked Sessions on the issues, but he needs to pay a price. Tucker also wants to play at being a King maker because some groups like Fox want him to betray the populists.

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      • Tango268 says:

        Tonight’s Tucker Carlson segment with Sessions was the biggest disappointment in the history of his show. Tucker pretended not to know why Sessions is trailing in the run-off, as if he didn’t know (or didn’t think his viewers knew) about Sessions’ betrayal of the President.

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      • Little Pink Houses says:

        In the very succinct words of Ron White, “you just can’t fix stupid.”

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      • Armchair Quarterback says:

        Succinct and true!

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    • Chump Change says:

      Nailed it. And the testimony by Mueller before Congress was a complete act…Mueller knew and directed everything.

      Barr…dirty cop
      Mueller…dirty cop
      Rosenstein…dirty cop
      Wray…dirty cop

      Prove me wrong.

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      • Vera says:

        Barr….. not so much dirty, as convinced that the Institutions of State he (and the entire DoJ/FBI/ Intelligence cohort) has worked for all his life is more important than the US Constitution or the consent of the governed. Any criminality is acceptable for their concept of “greater good” which always involves control by your betters.
        They hardly notice their arrogance.

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        • Sentient says:

          How is that different from dirty?

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          • Vera says:

            There are many degrees of dirty
            Barr might well not hate PDJT’s guts like Comey, McCabe, Brennan, Rosie, Mueller, Baker, Wray etc….he’s more someone in favour of the status quo Admin State and will act to preserve it.

            If no indictments of the elites reflecting crimes other than J walking, then he’s dirty.

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        • mike says:

          Barr left his Constitutional and Justice creds on Ruby Ridge…

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        • TwoLaine says:

          I believe Sundance once called it too big to fail.

          It reminds me of a judgement I read recently about disbarring a California attorney who was crooked to the core. He apparently was a good attorney, on occasion, and when not being crooked, and did a fair bit of pro bono work. So at one point they basically called him too brilliant to disbar. I couldn’t believe what I was reading.

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        • Firefly says:

          Comey screwed up so buddy Muller brought in. Muller screwed up so buddy Barr brought in. I thought, and still do, that Barr is higher on the DS totem pole to clean up the mess. In this case the hatred and get Trump was Brazen – ie the Whole world can see what’s happening. I think it’s meant to deter any good outsider from ever running for office. I hope I’m wrong and Barr is the hero DiGenova makes him out to be. But I see many kingpins in the Get Trump Operation still in their positions – Pientka (who worked for Mueller years ago and on the SC), Ohr, Somma…

          Recall in JFK Dulles headed up the warren commission. Later Joannides brought in in the second commission to look into the jfk assasination. Same with 9/11- they bring in people who know what needs to be covered up. At Best Fixer Barr will do a limited hangout fixer job- cop to little wrongdoings and cover up the whoppers.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      I also thought the Rosenstein situation was obvious and thought we’d pretty well established that some time ago. I must have missed something if Sundance is now apologizing he was wrong about Rosenstein. .

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    • Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

      He said he decided to take his associates advice and recuse himself, more or less, as I recall.
      OK.
      Could he have un-recused himself?
      And if so, why didn’t he?

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  3. TarsTarkas says:

    STAY SAFE!!!!!

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  4. TarsTarkas says:

    It’s all about preventing any investigation of where all the money was going and who to. I strongly suspect that Sullivan will NOT dismiss the charges against Flynn, but will just sit there until hell freezes over or he gets a superior court decision he likes to continue to string along the case.

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    • trapper says:

      It is time for Flynn’s lawyer to return to the App Ct and petition them to enter the order dismissing the case because the District judge refuses to follow the App Ct’s order. The App Ct has the power to dismiss it.

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    • Bubby says:

      Well one thing is certain if it gets to the Supreme Court Sullivan has Roberts vote and President Trump will be forced into pardoning Gen Flynn right before the election! The corrupt leftist msm will love that scenario!

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    • Betty says:

      But why, what will happen the moment General Flynn completely cleared. He is being held in this position illegally. What are the dynamics of that position, does it block him from holding any government position? If he spoke out about something would that put him in further legal jeopardy?

      I believe that Judge Sullivan and Judge Jackson playing the exact same role Rod Rosenstein played – just sit there and do what you are told.

      And, Thank You Sundance for letting us know you will go forward with or with out Barr and the other guy, it is a load off my mind. I will read your words and do my best to spread what information you provide. Even if it is only a daily notice posted on my front lawn. I guess I’ll go buy a big white board – you would be surprised how many compulsive readers there are in the world and my printer is broken down.

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  5. raygarveyjr says:

    More please, and quickly.

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  6. raygarveyjr says:

    More please, and quickly.

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  7. Thanks so much Sundance for this ray of sunshine brought before my eyes tonight as I listen to Laura Ingraham blather on about Covid-19 and getting the schools up and running…
    Finally!

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  8. Derangement Syndrome says:

    Sundance, who inside DOJ was leaking to “The Marketswork” (Jeff Carlson)?

    Mr. Carlson has vigorously defended Rosenstein and Boente in the past, what is his motivation for doing so? (Their actions are indefensible)

    If it was either Boente or Rosenstein or one of their acolytes, why would they leak classified documents to this relatively unknown blogger?

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  9. The Boss says:

    A whistle blower who is now perhaps a very cooperative witness for John Durham’s posse?

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  10. CopperTop says:

    SD in re: NY times holding the FISA illegally. Might want to revisit the date 45 met with NYT owner

    https://www.npr.org/2018/07/29/633677391/trump-and-new-york-times-publisher-clash-over-their-private-meeting

    I think my comments on your threads addressed this around that time as well. I had suspected 45 had called him out on already possessing the FISA. I think you either concurred or referenced it on your own in a later article.

    Tally-ho.

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  11. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “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.”

    Your not suppose to judge a book by it’s cover, but yeah. In this case it is a person.

    Mr. Rosenstein looks like a doormat. Congratulations on sucking up to that bunch, Mr. Rosenstein. All you did was verify to the world and have cemented into history that your nothing but a spineless little wimp.

    Such a pathetic little man….

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    • Fubu says:

      Actually, I think more like co-conspirator.

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      • Chump Change says:

        I see the co-conspirator charge and raise you a count of full treason.

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        • Robert Smith says:

          Yes. A willing accomplice.

          Your move, Rod.

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          • Jim in TN says:

            Correct. RR was essential in appointing a Mueller.

            The whole logic of getting a special counsel appointed fails if the DAG is out of the loop.

            Force AG to resign. So DAG can appoint Special Counsel. And have DAG back Special Counsel to the point that DAG just Rubber stamps Special Counsel’s control over DOJ.

            Those things don’t happen unless RR became part of the coup.

            But RR is a weasel and a skunk. Slithering away unscathed after stinking up the place.

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            • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

              RR is a slime ball but they also had him by the balls:
              McCabes “memo” (aka 302)
              HERE:https://www.judicialwatch.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/JW-v-DOJ-McCabe-Rosenstein-memo-00388.pdf

              “I began by telling him that today I approved the opening of an investigation of President Donald Trump. I explained that the purpose of the investigation was to investigate allegations of possible collusion between the president and the Russian Government, possible obstruction of justice related to the firing of FBI Director James Corney, and possible CONSPIRACY TO OBSTRUCT JUSTICE……Finally, I informed the DAG that as a result of HIS ROLE IN THE MATTER, I thought he would be a witness in the case.”

              IOW: McCabe is suggesting RR could be considered a “co-conspirator”.

              Next paragraphs notice the alleged “mansplaining” by RR and finally offering to wear a wire.

              Just to be clear…..I am not excusing RR’s actions at all.

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            • TPW says:

              Yes and who let him slither off …with a retirement party no less……

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          • Issy says:

            Robert Smith: I agree Rosenstein was a willing accomplice, but I don’t see he has to make a move. Barr wiped his slate clean. That was Barr’s first fix and it was so easy.

            As the conspirators resigned or were fired in the doj, he seemed to feel that was enough to right the ship. He wasn’t going to prosecute them and air the doj’s dirty laundry.

            The doj’s conspiracy was just one aspect of the resistance. It’s deep and wide and I don’t think Barr can fix it. When asked if any of these people would be held accountable, he simply said, it depended on who wins the election. How much plainer can he make it?

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    • I’m sure we all remember how “angry” he was when being grilled… but did everyone see him literally shaking a few weeks ago when it was happening again.

      Literally. Shaking.

      Fear.

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    • Firefly says:

      Rosenstein used to work for Mueller. All these people intimately know each other an
      And have worked together for a very long time. It will be hard to break them. They are thick as thieves- akin to organized crime within the government.

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  12. SanJac says:

    This burns my ass that these people will damage this country without any remorse while spitting in the face of us one and all at the direction of Osama the ultimate enemy.
    The truly sick part is we have a dirty and corrupt anti American intelligence community and most should be behind bars for life.

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    • Agree……but this didn’t just happen; it’s been going on for decades.
      This exposure was brought forth by the election of Donald John Trump, who was never, ever suppose to be elected because he was not part of the club.
      Sooooo…..are you as outraged that for the last few decades this kinda crap has been going on and you didn’t care or didn’t know and just went on your merry way?
      Those are the thoughts that I have….every. single.day.since 2015.
      I worked in NYS government as an elected official!!!! And I didn’t put up with the criminal BS…or at least I “thought” I didn’t…
      See what I mean?

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      • SanJac says:

        I have paid attention to politics since 1979 and it just amazes me how corrupted it has become. I have always suspected certain things but have never had confirmation of these things until the election of PDJT. If any of the things that these people have done to him and this country was done by us ordinary people we would have been in prison yrs ago.

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        • Right but we, the ordinary people , are not in the club and do not have the protections.
          In Trump’s case, he was aware and had protections but obviously not enough and that is where his comment on news interviews: “I knew it was bad But I didn’t know it was this bad”….if you recall.

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        • lumoc1 says:

          In retrospect, in 1960 President Eisenhower talked about the corruption, John F. Kennedy election and 1963 assassination was due to corruption. So even if we limit the comment to the USA, it looks like sadly corruption and politics were travelling companions way before 1979. 😉😉

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          • Since the act of 1871 evil and corruption has thrived. In 1913 the banksters took control of our economy, which means our lives. As technology advanced the global aspect took on more and more of our freedom and killed our liberty with bureaucrats running things behind the scenes as politicians lied to our faces, and the money supply eventually went global, backed by nothing.

            It’s been downhill ever since, to the point the likes of a killery clinton found a way to wash 1.9 trillion a year… through our system, and with no one saying a word because they get their cut. Now it’s ones and zeros, backed by nothing but your SS number.

            “They” have quite the head start, but with informed Americans and President Donald J. Trump fighting them, it ain’t over yet… it’s our duty to do what we can to help make sure it’s over for “them”.

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        • Robert Smith says:

          I remember when they got rid of pork riders and people said what would happen? I guess they evolved.

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    • Patience… this is no ordinary Presidency. We finally have a fighter in the White House and he is a serious Patriot.

      That Storm he mentioned is brewing right now… and it should be a doozy! Whoever remains on the wrong side of things, like Barr if that’s truly where he is and his past is disgusting, will find themselves in a bad way.

      Trust our Creator and follow our President. He tells the tale in bits and pieces on Twatter.

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  13. coolmamie says:

    I wish someone would put up statues of Rosenstein and Sessions so I could pull them down.

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    • Blind no Longer says:

      LOLOLOL!! Can I help?

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    • 4sure says:

      And to think that POS Sessions has the audacity to run for the Senate. It’s the middle finger to all of us. He is as corrupt as anyone in the swamp. Please, alabama don’t send that POS back to his den in the swamp.

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      • doyouseemyvision says:

        He’s doing at Mitch’s behest. One more senator he can control.

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      • I’m not so sure that Sessions is really as bad as some might think…color me gullible, or stupid but I believe this corruption goes much deeper than Sessions…maybe, just maybe, he really didn’t believe the evil ones would actually go down this road.
        He was on Tucker tonight and Sessions has always fought hard for the American people on specific issues…check out his net worth …and that will tell us how much he is bought …but, maybe I am naive, hopeful or otherwise, something about Sessions indicates to me that he was not deliberately gunning for Trump and trying to take him or his agenda down, as the other globalists were…
        That’s just my take and I could be wrong and will give the nod to those who prove me wrong.
        No angst on my part.

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        • zorrorides says:

          Jeff Sessions has never confessed or owned up to his misdeeds and how much he hurt our greatest modern patriot/president. If he is not smart enough to understand how he was wrong in the past then Sessions is not fit for future office.

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        • coolmamie says:

          No offense, but naive may be something Sessions and you have in common. It did not take a rocket scientist, or even your average fifth grader, to see what was being done to Trump early on. Even if Sessions had no mal-intent against Trump, he should have resigned after recusing.

          1. Sessions KNEW he had done nothing wrong.
          2. Sessions did not tell Trump before his confirmation that we was considering recusing.
          3. Sessions let himself be shut out of numerous important issues that had nothing to do with Russia.
          4. Sessions appointed that Lausch guy who did nothing.
          5. Sessions appointed Huber, who did nothing.
          6. Sessions let Wolfe go.
          7. Sessions let Awan brothers skate.
          8. Sessions allowed himself to be fire-walled out of almost everything, even after stories of his detachment and lack of involvement were reported for months.
          9. SESSIONS DID NOT RESIGN LONG AFTER DAMAGE TO TRUMP WAS DONE.
          10. Sessions put his choirboy reputation ahead of his country.

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          • Well thank you so much coolmamie; you sure did set this 5th grader straight.
            Hope you go through the rest of your life, listing all your actions #1-#10 and dotting every “i” and crossing every “t”, just as you surely know that AG Sessions Did NOT!

            Now, I’ll just go crawl under my bed until I have another fantasy spell…….

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          • fabrabbit says:

            Had Sessions been allowed to resign (he offered) we would have ended up with a Lawfare acolyte as AG and PDJT would not be able to get rid of him. Keeping Sessions did serve a purpose but he was a dunce and in over his head. I don’t think he is malicious, just naive.

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          • 24may98 says:

            “Sessions put his choirboy reputation ahead of his country.”
            He’s just a good ole piece of chicken shit.
            A mamma’s boy. Neve taken a punch.
            So, he ran and hid (recused) — a coward, a false friend to DJT.

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        • Firefly says:

          Sessions has a political out he has not used. That out would be to claim he thought he was doing right and advised by many to recuse – but in light of All the revelations not so sure- let’s wait until it all comes out. Sessions is aggravated by a Trump yet not one word about all those advising him to recuse. That to me is the strongest Evidence Sessions purposely stepped aside to let Get Trump Operation move forward.

          Any real Trump supporter would be wondering (kicking themselves) whether or not He got duped into recusing. Sessions was using a Trump to get elected in a nasty way too- not in a respectful way. Hope Sessions never holds public office- not even dog catcher.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      If time is of the essence we could drop them into molten bronze.

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    • lumoc1 says:

      No statues needed to pull them DOWN..
      Just a rope around their neck, then over a sturdy tree branch and pull them UP! 😉😉😎

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    • Peppurr says:

      Hahahaha Didn’t expect your wording after “Sessions” Cracked me right up!

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    • Issy says:

      coolmamie: Great comment, I think you would have help.

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  14. Good grief. (Better Ad Rem?)

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  15. Snarky 1958 says:

    What an appetizer. I have always wondered (have my ideas) who is the true driving force behind all this. To be blunt, it is impossible to believe some of the players (especially Warner) have the brain power to orchestrate this. I personally don’t think Obama has the brain power, regardless of how he is perceived by the elite. One thing I know is that God knows, and I am hopeful that it is His will to expose it. Thank you for all you do.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Snarky;
      In order to figure out who is behind the curtain, put yourself back in the minds of the planners, at the beginning.

      WHAT things did they absolutely HAVE to have, in order to 1) be assured they had some reasonable chance of success,
      And 2) that “if it went off the rails” that the small group would be shielded from consequences; “taken care of” with SOMEBODY blocking any investigations, and setting them up in cushy jobs, providing their lawyers,…and not arkanticiding them.

      WHAT did they absolutely HAVE to have assurance of, in order to proceed?

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    • lokiscout says:

      I agree with your character (or lack of) assessment of the players mentioned. I could be convinced that this whole mess is a product of the real brains behind the Obama Administration, Ms Valerie Jarrett. Mr Obama was the pretty face lead singer for the group but Ms Jarrett was always calling the shots from behind the curtain.

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  16. drdoct says:

    Any time now I expect Sessions to drop the hammer and present the 2500 sealed indictments any day now. IMO Sessions is a black hat of the highest degree who played the game perfectly. Hopefully he will be discovered and shamed into disgrace any time he shows his face. Still on the fence about Barr, but it doesn’t really look promising.

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  17. MACAULAY says:

    Thank you Sundance. Would be praying for you and OUR cause, but as a veteran sinner, I may not stand in good with the Lord. Will be sending money instead. Fight on.

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  18. Patience says:

    Dessert ought to be sinfully sweet

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  19. sarasotosfan says:

    We know all the leaks were done with the express purpose of coordinating defenses among the conspirators.

    We call this the lowest common denominator.

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  20. Genie says:

    Strzok-Page texts were supposedly released by Rosenstein as they were going to surface anyway from the Flynn case. I’m not sure I believe that anymore. Was Rosenstein following instructions from the Resistance on that to preempt a whistleblower?

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    • TwoLaine says:

      I believe that IG Horowitz was the one who found them and made sure they were released.

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      • Padric says:

        Correct. Horowitz had recently obtained the messages earlier that month (December 2017) and RR was scheduled to testify to the House Judiciary Committee about the Mueller probe In mid December (12th, 13th? I forget). Horowitz said because of the “unique circumstances (i.e. Page and Strzok having worked for Mueller), he sent the copies to them the night before RR testified.

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      • Genie says:

        Yes, someone on the IG squad found them. They are the Rosetta Stone of the plot. Someone (a good guy?) wanted the texts exposed. I doubt it was “General No Bias Horowitz,” but maybe someone on his squad or certainly downstream from the review.

        Page is suing the DOJ and FBI for releasing the texts. Page’s attorney, Amy Jeffress, claims “DOJ and/or FBI officials disclosed the messages to reporters for multiple improper reasons,” but does not specifically name Rosenstein. Instead, she fingers Sarah Flores as the bag lady in the Plaintiff’s Complaint:

        “On the evening of December 12, mere hours before Rosenstein’s scheduled testimony, DOJ officials, including then-DOJ spokesperson Sarah Isgur Flores, summoned a select group of reporters to the Department’s offices. There, they allowed the reporters to view the 375 text messages.”

        Rosenstein has publicly admitted that he made the decision to release them. But only the first 375 from the I.G.’s Mid-Year Exam review period were initially released.

        “On July 27, 2017, OIG informed the Special Counsel’s Office and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the second-highest-ranking official at DOJ, of the text messages it had discovered.”

        “The following day, July 28, OIG requested all text messages exchanged between Ms. Page and Mr. Strzok using FBI-issued devices since the conclusion of the Midyear investigation (i.e., between November 30, 2016, and July 28, 2017). The FBI produced those text messages to OIG on August 10, 2017.”

        The first 375 were essentially sophomoric insults about PDJT. The next period, November 30 to July 28, has the more interesting and more serious Flynn and Mueller plots.

        12/15/2016 – Strzok to Page: “Think our sisters have begun leaking like mad. Scorned and worried, and political, they’re kicking into overdrive.”

        12/15/2016 – Strzok to Page: “We will get extraordinary questions. What we did what we were doing. Just want to ensure everyone is good with it and has thought through all the implications.”

        January 23, 2017, the day before the Flynn interview, Lisa Page says: “I can feel my heart beating harder, I’m so stressed about all the ways THIS has the potential to go fully off the rails.”

        Interestingly, Page’s suit against the DOJ and FBI focuses only the first 375, but “reserves the right to bring claims based on these (subsequent period text) disclosures…”

        Page’s attorney includes this wishful thinking in her plaintiff’s complaint:

        “Discovery of e-mail communications and depositions of current and former senior DOJ officials and staff will reveal the identities of additional specific DOJ and/or FBI employees involved in the unlawful disclosure of the text messages.”

        Plaintiff’s Complaint, Page v. DOJ and FBI here:

        Click to access Page-Suit-20191210.pdf

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  21. Blind no Longer says:

    WOW!!! Sundance! I always wondered about those Text messages between Warner and Waldman…. PLEASE tell me Warner and that crooked ass Burr and side kick lil Marco will go down!
    This is total lawlessness now. Sullivan refuses to dismiss the Flynn case regardless of the court order…ZERO arrests for the criminal conspiracy to remove a duly elected President by multiple government employees, who bold faced lied and perjured themselves with NO consequences!!!

    We have foreign nationals elected to Congress and openly, publicly advocate for the overthrow of Capitalism and the government she was elected to. History being erased by a Communist organization calling themselves Black Lives Matter in the name of racial justice.

    Riots, Looting, shootings in broad open daylight and corporations kneeling to the bullshit call of wokeness, destroying everything and every idea of what America was and is…..The culture war is in full battle now.

    WE BETTER WIN THIS ONE!!!!!!

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  22. This is a high stakes game our hero Sundance is playing.
    There are some heavy rollers out there on the other side who are capable of doing ANYTHING as we have seen in recent times. There is no crime they will not commit, no deed so dastardly- these are some of the most evil people that Satan has ever unleashed on this planet.
    On the other hand, I have never seen such courage displayed as what we are seeing now as Sundance attempts to clean the Augean stables aka the Swamp. I feel like I am watching history in the making, an almost mythological battle of epic proportions.
    We can only imagine the risks that he is taking on behalf of our Country- his life, his fortune and his sacred honor are all on the line.
    I do believe that Sundance is traveling under the protection of Divine Providence and shielded by our prayers and good wishes. The comments for these essays have been the best I’ve ever read- positively inspirational. Such an outpouring of love and support is something that is never seen in any media and it is a reflection on the goodness, generosity and patriotism of those who call themselves Treepers.
    Let us all keep the faith and continue without fear. It is going to be a long hot summer in this part of the world.
    .

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  23. montanamel says:

    Love the picture of a Claymor …. “IF you can read these words, you are on the WRONG SIDE fool…
    I’ll take a half-doz of those and a half-doz Frag’s….say 8 mags for the colt, a box of link for the 60, and a hand full of loose rounds… I got my own 357 for Baby…. Let’s load up and get going!…

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  24. HoosierDaddy says:

    You are such a force of goodness Sundance! Walk lightheartedly on your journey my friend. Your way is easy now. You have us Treepers in every part of the Nation and we HAVE YOUR BACK!

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  25. TradeBait says:

    Well, alrighty then. RR is still a scum sucker. We just get to add “clueless” to scum sucker.

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  26. Suzy Jules says:

    Time for Flynn to blast email all he knows, while on Tucker’s telling, $crew the gag order. No one else follows the law. Enough is enough.

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    • vikingmom says:

      I believe Sidney Powell has stated publicly that General Flynn is NOT under any kind of gag order…not sure why he isn’t speaking out but am hoping that he is simply biding his time and waiting to reveal everything he knows at the appropriate time. But, I also admit that I have waited with bated breath for people to come clean time and time and time again and it hasn’t happened yet!

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    • Dutchman says:

      Sidney Powell has stated Flynn is NOT under a gag order. His silence, until the case is FULLY adjudicated, is merely a case of “Discretion is the better part of valor”.

      Given that the Judge accused him of Treason in open court, etc. it is smart for him to remsin silent, as long as the axe is hanging over his head.

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      • Alex1689 says:

        Er, he isn’t all that silent. He was just on Twitter videotape taking the digital soldier oath that ends with WWG1WGA, retweeted by Sidney Powell, and he and Carlos Maria Vigano released coordinated op eds framing the battle between the children of light and the children of darkness for those who needed the extra reveal. Put two and two together and you’ve got . . .

        Oh, approximately two and a half years worth of not being all that silent.

        He knows where the bodies are buried. Sidney Powell has said that repeatedly. And I really lean towards thinking it is not metaphorical.

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      • Hans says:

        I think I have the pieces pretty much put together.. IN CLUDING Sullivan’s Treason..no sense to publish …if I’m right I don’t want to ruin things… if I’m wrong it would make no difference. IMHO in the end it will be RICO.

        MAGA…. I believe most Treepers know the facts and have the information already…i will be watching the journey and ready to act if needed…

        God bless you Sundance…

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        • gsonFIT says:

          I think most Treepers do have an understanding well beyond average Americans, and it will be important for us to remember that fact as the balloon goes up

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        • fabrabbit says:

          H, I hope RICO, love me some RICO!

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        • Dutchman says:

          Yes, thats the point, isn’t it;
          WE KNOW.
          Largely due to Sundances research and reporting,…WE KNOW, and as Sundance says, once you see the strings, you can never look at the puppet show the same way again.

          Or something to that effect.

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  27. Lake Tolbert says:

    So, where are the honest people who set up Wolfe with a marked FISA Application?

    Did they have to go to ground when they caught Warner instead?

    Where are they now? Can’t they be protected? Why can’t we hear from them?

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    • Safe House
      Out of U S
      CIA nor other spy operations can be trusted

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      • Lake Tolbert says:

        No, They better be talking to Durham. And, while Wolfe is now immune from prosecution for “leaking” he should not be immune from testifying about who he leaked to; or who told him to leak it; and the prostitute he leaked to should not be immune to prosecution for purchasing (with sex) classified information—just because she is a reporter.

        I hope this part of the direction Sundance is going with his new, much needed, initiative.

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        • lokiscout says:

          Legally the reporter did absolutely nothing wrong. The recipient of classified information cannot be held liable.

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          • Lake Tolbert says:

            I feared that was the case. Don’t know the law. Why is Assange indicted? Didn’t he solicit classified info? Isn’t that what the NYT prostitute did? Couldn’t Wolfe at least be made to testify under oath…deposition…about all that went down?

            Charging him with lying to the FBI and giving him merely two months to serve—that was clearly a cover-up….but why is it still going on?

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            • lokiscout says:

              Lots of good questions!
              Assange I believe is accused of actively soliciting classified info. That can cross over into espionage. Whether such a case could have been brought against the NYT reporter or not was made mot when it was decided not to prosecute Wolfe. And as SD has pointed out numerous times the reason for that decision was to protect the leadership of the Senate SSCI.
              I’ll be a bit factious here and say unless you are attempting a coupe on a popular president before charges can be brought a crime must be identified. I believe what you are referring to in “…..but why is it still going on?” is in regards to the reporter. Since the only crime identified is Wolfe lying to the FBI there is nothing to investigate or charge the reporter with! In any event with our First amendment traditions of assuring a free press I doubt any charges against the reporter would have gone very far.
              Just for the record I am not a lawyer either just an old retired Engineer who worked in the classified world for over 30 years and will be bound to NDA’s I signed years ago until I no longer watch the green grass grow.

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          • fabrabbit says:

            Lokiscout. I thought possessing classified material was a crime.

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            • lokiscout says:

              So what do you do with that classified Info when someone hands it to you? See that’s the catch. Anyone with legitimate access to classified info is briefed on how to handle it and signs a Non Disclosure Agreement stating the consequences if that info is miss handled. It’s breaking the NDA which you signed and therefore know your responsibility to safeguard said info that is the punishable crime.
              Now if I, as a classified info custodian, have taken all the proper steps to safeguard the info in my possession and you break into my safe, classified computer, etc. then I can’t be held accountable for that but you the recipient may be guilty of spying or some other felony. I think that is the what Assange is accused of.

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          • TPW says:

            Assange

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            • lokiscout says:

              Good point. I think the powers that be are claiming hacking or some type of active information gathering (espionage ?) in the case of Assange. The rational escapes me at the moment.

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        • coolmamie says:

          Seems that if you had information that might put you in danger, the smartest thing to do is reveal it to someone so the damage is already done.

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          • lokiscout says:

            Good advice if you have just cheated on the favorite daughter of the local Mob Boss! If you are thinking about the Government classified information that you signed an NDA about just before being briefed on said info then you might want to take a moment and remember the consequences identified in the NDA for miss handling/divulging the info. Including range of fines, potential range of prison time and the fact that you will not receive any support from your company or organization providing the Info and they will fully cooperate and assist the government in any and all ways possible to assure your prosecution to the fullest extent allowed by law. Believe me you kind of hesitate when you sign the first one as you wonder just what the Foxtrot you are doing here. You still get chills after a dozen or so.

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        • fabrabbit says:

          I am thinking the affair between Watkins/Wolfe was a ruse. Since the scenario was a set up…she had no reason to “sleep” with Wolfe. Unless Wolfe did decide to extract a favor on his own.

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          • TwoLaine says:

            I believe Sundance eventually came to that conclusion as well. Or was that the luh-vurs Strzok and Page? The waters get so chummy after a while.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      They didn’t know.

      They would never have done it if they knew who was doing it.

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  28. Fools Gold says:

    I’ve been waiting on you to get back around to that! Can’t wait to hear the rest of the story which I’ve never let go of it but don’t possess the smarts, contacts, and tenacity to get it done much less write about it in way that would makes sense to anyone. When I first heard about it I was here and I suspected It was those 2 goons but a hell of a lot more of them in a campaign to destroy our newly elected President. Thank you then and Thank you now. Patiently awaiting….

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  29. Beau Geste says:

    By declassifying “a” version of the FISA warrant, the cabal would be able to tell the NYTimes precisely what the leak tracer marking was. (Was it the date?)

    Some of the ‘declassified’ FISA version is still redacted. The leak tracer marking itseIf SHOULD ALSO BE REDACTED in the declassified version. Any declassification should not reveal any portion which is different from the purloined version the NYTimes has in its possession. The part of the FISA warrant where the purloined copy was marked or changed in some way, should have been redacted. The manner of marking for leak tracing should cerainly be classified.

    If the ‘declassified’ version released by rosenstein revealed to the NYT that part which differed from its illegslly-obtained leak-traced copy, that is strong evidence of criminal conspiracy.

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    • Dutchman says:

      It was the date, and it wasn’t redacted.
      Search the archives, Sundance has covered this in detail.
      Firstly, under each article Sundance usually includes 3 links, to previous articles, written in blue, which give context.
      Secondly, on the Home page, there is a search box, type in your query, like “Carter page FISA leak trap” and it will take you to articles from the archives.

      There is a TREASURE TROVE of material going back many years in the archives, with deep dive articles on many subjects.
      I strongly encourage ALL to use this resource to the fullest. Ultimately, you’ll be glad you did, though you may have to face some unpleasant truths along the way.

      In the end, the TRUTH shall set you FREE!

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      • Beau Geste says:

        Thanks, I thought I remembered it was the date.
        So releasing the leak-marking date IS CLEAR EVIDENCE of conspiracy, IMHO.
        This fits with Sundance’s analysis about why the true version was partially released.
        The NYT was immediately advised of the specific incriminating misinformation on their leak-marked copy.

        The precise mismarking should never have been identified by honest FBI/DOJ personnel. It would have been redacted by honest FBI/DOJ. The DOJ/FBI are not shy about redaction…. They even hide the $75K cost of their 7th floor conference table. They would normally surely redact their leak-detection, having gamed leak-detection mechanisms and traps, for decades or more.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Good point, I think. So releasing the fisa warrant was giving the leakers a heads up, is THAT what your saying?

          And, is that what Sundance is saying? Sorry, I’m losing track,..

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          • Beau Geste says:

            yes, and confirming and revealing the specific ‘tracker’ itself must violate practice, policy, “sources and methods”, and common sense. The normally-functioning FBI/DOJ would not confirm such info to the perps.

            And maybe this further pissed off the “Some in the FBI were not happy… not happy at all….” that Sundance referenced.

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            • Dutchman says:

              Or, sent them a clear message, which they recieved loud and clear,…especially when the DOJ gives him a sweetheart deal of 2 months,…
              And the message is, DO NOT expose what we want protected, and we want SSCI and Senate more broadly, protected.

              And, what prosecutors say, LE does,…thats the way the system works.

              And, what Mitch wants,…Mitch gets.

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    • sDee says:

      Had something to due with the date. Sundance covered it here a ways back but I cannot find it.

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      • Hans says:

        There was about a week delay between when the document was officially recorded. A later date was put on the copy given to Wolf. Only Wolf had a copy of the FISA with that later date.

        When Wolf was confronted he threatened to out Sen Warner and gang of eight.. so they gave him a light sentence to keep him quiet.

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        • Hans says:

          I have also put the other pieces together.. on Durham and Barr. The process would be easier with their help but it is not required. I can see the path…. either road leads to the same goal. MAGA

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        • Robert Smith says:

          Wolff should know that he will still probably accidentally die.

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        • Beau Geste says:

          IIRC, wolfe designated the gang of 8 as witnesses for his defense. then the big problem went away…Jessie Liu apparently made this decision?

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          • SteveT says:

            If the Senate Intelligence Committee had been dragged into it by Wolfe, as he threatened, how long would it have taken to impeach the President and find him guilty? How many Senators in the Uniparty would have felt the threat and found any excuse to remove him.

            SteveT

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        • Issy says:

          Hans: You condensed it beautifully.

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    • Fools Gold says:

      Your on to the big story here Beau…something is happening which will set the record straight and can’t be ignored. It’s also a dangerous reveal!

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  30. vintageblessings says:

    Patriots! We need to rally around Sundance, there is no better time to defend the USA as we know it. Donate. Defend. The time is NOW.

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  31. freepetta says:

    This is such an organized conspiracy to overthrow our President it’s shocking.
    These last posts by Sundance are very deep and incredibly disturbing.
    So many liars and traitors digging their graves deeper!

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  32. WhiteBoard says:

    2 key points

    1) the leak investigation caught them and it allowed number 2
    2) Fbi agents were pissed – but knew not to whistleblow due to the corrupt IG Atkinson

    All shows motive and intent.

    those Agents are available for chapter.

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  33. Bill says:

    Am I the only one reading this post getting the feeling that Sundance just gave as a little crumb of what he’s about to unleash?

    I also get the feeling our fearless leader has made some allies while Journeying to the top of his/our Everest… and those allies equate to sherpas helping along the way to help reach the Summit. And they have intimate knowledge that outsiders can not possibly know. Making their help invaluable.

    Or maybe I’m wishful thinking………TBD

    Keep up the fight SD!!! We got your back and so does God Almighty. God bless you.

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    • coolmamie says:

      I am thinking wishfully along with you.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      That’s what I think.

      Sundance’s work shows his skill with only the public info. A little inside juice can really fin in the total picture… keeping Barr & Durham “focused.” 😉

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  34. Dutchman says:

    Pulling the pin, you Glorious bastard!

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  35. enduringoak says:

    Treepers, I don’t post often but I think this is very important. Sundance and others have been doing great work against stiff odds. This is just a friendly suggestion to donate today. Button is on the right column. There is nothing as important as getting this story to break open and be prosecuted. Do what you can so Sundance can DO.

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  36. sDee says:

    Damn, damn double damn!
    Oh how I hope watch the putrid traitor Richard Aaron Burr hoisted on Sundance’s petard .

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  37. Me thinks the narrative about nothing being done about all the corrupt people involved may be disinformation.

    SD you connect so many dots and most of them pop up time and time again. Then they go away by distraction or cover up. But they keep popping up. Could this be a massive house of cards ready to fall?

    Timing is everything.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      “Could this be a massive house of cards ready to fall?”

      Yes, when our side moves it’ll be like the 1975 Spring Offensive.

      Or like the Baghdad Thunder Runs.

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  38. doofusdawg says:

    Sundance told Barr over a year ago to focus on the reason that Wolfe was not prosecuted. That is the key to the “insurance policy” that Sundance referenced. If Barr and Durham are not willing to go “there” then perhaps Sundance has the means to push them… or at least embarass them.

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    • freepetta says:

      Good point dawgy. Wolfe’s slap on the wrist was so none of this 💩 was brought out in a public forum. For example: strong indictments and a court of law.
      Squeezing Wolfe would have led directly to the main conspirators and thusly disclosed this web of traitorous perp.

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  39. noswamp says:

    SD is doing this on purpose. Just in case Durham is considering pulling a Huber on us and leaving us with no investigation and lies.

    Smart move SD. Tie up Durham’s hands and box him in so that he cannot move anywhere except to indict.

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  40. Polisavvy says:

    Coordination is what made the entire resistance project possible. The role of the SSCI was also coordinated. That coordinated effort would have been known, allowed, and quietly approved by the Senate majority leader himself.

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  41. Rileytrips says:

    I am thankful for all the enlightening education that Sundance feeds us daily – down to the small details (goodness knows how much time he spends in a 24 hour period doing this.) However, it makes me very, very sad. It tears my heart – I love America! I was raised by patriots who loved America – my Dad was a Col. In the Army. How we were so snookered over time to allow such base, anti-American, hate-filled, power-hungry people to have powerful positions in our tax-paid federal government offices AND elected politicians, I’ll never know. I feel at fault somehow, we all should have paid more attention…not trusted as much…something!

    Now we are at a point in which there are no good people in power in the Offices meant to hold criminals or bad federal employees and politicians accountable. The rot is in every department and institution – judiciary, Congress, DOJ, State, Treasury, FBI, Pentagon, Intelligence – all of them.

    What to do?!

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    • coldanger says:

      I feel somewhat guilty too, but remember, these corrupted things (I hesitate to call them people) aren’t like most of us. They’re stone cold psychopaths, and it’s impossible for us to understand, much less predict, the noxious levels to which they’ll go. And until recent technology and social media made information available at our fingertips, I doubt we could have uncovered what’s being revealed today. I pray we’ve found out in time…

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    • Hans says:

      I believe the head of the snake is about to be cut off. Sundance gave Barr two weeks to act. Yes I’m sure that Bill Barr knows what is about to go down.

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    • TPW says:

      If only we could actually get enough people in there who would finally cut ever last stinking department down to bare bones….so small and visible to the people. They would have to do their job …finish early and under budget.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Issy says:

        TPW: With everything else happening now, it’s easy to overlook the bloated departments that have taken over and actually run the government tour detriment. There are so many of them it’s easy to get away with what they have done. Thanks for making that point and it should be a focus.

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  42. freepetta says:

    This is the SHRIMP COCKTAIL of all appetizers. I’m looking forward to the main course and dessert. 💁🏻‍♀️

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  43. mazziflol says:

    Gonna be some miffed treepers when they learn Barr isn’t their ace in the hole like they been believing…

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    • Jim in TN says:

      Sundance has Barr pegged. Always trying to figure out how much he can get away with hiding versus how badly he will be embarrassed because we already know.

      On the other hand, this Sullivan crap is like badmouthing Barr’s beloved bagpipes, or waving a red flag in front of a bull. Barr shutdown the Flynn fiasco to stop the embarrassment. Keeping it going guarantees ever more embarrassing information will be released. Without Sullivan, Barr would have held back proof of Obama’s and Biden’s culpability.

      I can’t wait to learn more. Wonder how long it will take for someone to give Sullivan new marching orders?

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      • Hans says:

        Jim
        Sullivan is no longer relevant..Gen Flynn can speak ..it not the right time yet.

        Gen Flynn has an importent part to play. AG Barr has been told 2 weeks. AG Barr can help or be left at the side lines

        Sundance is moving and this will be done before the election. MAGA

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    • Hans says:

      Barr is not the Ace in the hole. Barr can be helpful. Enough said

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  44. JL says:

    “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.”

    I think this is one of the more important points I haven’t heard before. We all know Atkinson was a corrupt plant, but I had not considered his defensive role, which upon consideration was absolutely crucial and essential.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “in the event a whistle-blower tried poking his head up.”

      I remember Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) saying on one of his appearances on FNC (or FBN) that there were people in the FBI or DOJ coming to him with information. This was around the time of the first IG report by Mr. Horowitz, but while Mr. McCabe was still employed.

      He also mentioned connections to the Dept. of State involving the DOJ corruption against PDJT at that time.

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      • Issy says:

        Deplorable_Infidel: Dept. of State was in it up to their eyeballs. They especially came out swinging in the impeachment farce. One name keeps surfacing, Victoria Nuland.

        It was just unacceptable Trump was poking around in where all the foreign aid money went, and not following THEIR foreign policies.

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    • Deplore Able says:

      Not just to control a whistle-blower who might poke his head up, but to aid and abet a whistle-blower who was part of the lawfare resistance; i.e., Eric Ciaramella.

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  45. gsonFIT says:

    It is kinda like communist states in times of crisis, like Chernobyl or the Chinese Flu. The D.C. apparatchik see the U.S. government as the primary and most important system of our sovereign state. This means more important than the citizens, and in this most recent episode the blue collar billionaire President Donald Trump.

    John Locke and our founding fathers believed God gave all men inalienable rights above their governing bodies, be it Monarch or a Democratic Republic. Bureaucrats or so damn bass ackwards.

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  46. kleen says:

    Sundance has some allies. Flynn? SP?

    I bet they have something to do with the behind the scenes.

    Nunes? Someone has been giving info to Solomon, Hannity, Bongino and others.

    Sundance any timeline of when you will be able to tell us more?

    Before the election but before end of Summer?

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  47. Publius2016 says:

    AG Sessions was the mole!

    AG Sessions offered his resignation at the exact moment an Obstruction Case for Shampeachment could be made!! 45 looked at AG Sessions and held his FIRE! Thwarting Rino and Nevertrumper Nirvana!!

    AG Sessions was surveilled in his Senate Office and nary a peep of protest!!! The Turtle, Ryan, Sad Clown Pelosi, Head Clown Schumer…rearrange the chairs of INSIDER GLOBALISTS…we’ve seen this movie before…Rosenstein’s Sister number 2 @CDC announcing Covid while 45 is in India???

    It’s not stupidity…ITS ALL PLANNED to Usher in Agenda 21! How did Kentucky go Blue??? Michigan??? Minnesota??? Wisconsin??? Pennsylvannia???

    45 and his Team of Patriots are WINNING!!! Hold the line! 2020 is everything!

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    • WhiteBoard says:

      Sessions could of caught them.

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    • JL says:

      I don’t see Sessions as malicious, only naive and unobservant. He seems to have truly believed, and still believes, that the people around him were acting in good faith.

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      • johnnyfandango says:

        Agreed. Lesson of the story is don’t bring Barney Fife to a gun fight. DC isn’t 1950’s Mayberry. Imagine if PDJT had the Army he should have had from the beginning…shame.

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      • Issy says:

        JL: Have we have gone from the silent executioner and dropper of hammers to the innocent lamb betrayed by all of the people around him? Give me a break, does he still believe these people were acting in good faith? He has never condemned them for what they did.

        There are so many questions Sessions has never been asked.

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        • JL says:

          I agree. There’s lots of questions he should be asked. But until I see something different, I just see him as naive, uncurious, and maybe a bit slow. I don’t see the bad intentions.

          OTOH, he should have recognized that the President was politically unable to ask for his resignation, and he should have submitted the letter voluntarily the moment he recused. Even after the President said he didnt need to resign. From what I’ve seen, I think Sessions recognizes that mistake.

          I dont like the guy. I didnt have a problem with him until I watched him fold like a 2 7 split. But I have never sensed that he had bad intentions.

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  48. coldanger says:

    As venal and contemptible as the Seditious 17 are, I despise Warner most of all. I’d like all of them convicted and spend hefty sentences in prison. But I’d like Warner to get 2 life sentences and become intimately familiar with communal showers…

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    • romy911 says:

      Coldanger – I am right there with you on Warner.
      I’m sure many of us remember Sundance writing about the significance of 3/17/17 on the leaked FISA application. We thought we had a Whitehat that allowed that date to remain unredacted. We also thought a Whitehat leaked the Warner texts. I wonder if Warner knew the Resistance was going to leak those texts? Warner has never seemed worried about being exposed.
      Sundance has been like a dog with a bone on Wolfe and the SSCI’s role in this. It seemed Wolfe getting a pass was the issue that suggested nothing was ever going to happen and no one was going to be held accountable. One of Sundances’s biggest frustrations.
      Atkinson’s role as a protector is interesting. Who fired him? I know it was President Trump but was Attorney General Barr supportive of that firing? Was Grenell in the acting position at that time?
      Godspeed Sundance. Thanks to the Treepers reminding us to hit the donation button.

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    • JL says:

      Warner is aware of all of this, and says nothing. You know who else is aware of all of this and says nothing? Someone I despise even more than Warner. That would be Richard Burr.

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  49. saywhat64 says:

    “The seventeen members of the special counsel that were running Main Justice” were part of the team of “right people for the job” as ordered by obama.

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    • saywhat64 says:

      And that’s when conspiracy theories become Conspiracy Indictments. Only way any of these prosecuters can be held to account instead of just being fired. “Complicated business” DJT

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  50. oldumb says:

    I have been a daily reader here since early 2016 and I have never ever seen Sundance hint about donations, or sell anything. I have never donated, I have thought about it, knew I should, but never followed through.

    I do not know if he is wealthy or modest in means, but it doesn’t matter. I am asking for an out pouring of PHYSICAL support – — money.

    Does he need it? Who cares? We need to give it, for our own emotional wellness and as an indicator to the support he has.

    Everyone give. No matter how small. $1 is fine. Let us hive him $1 a thousand time. $5 is great – let us give him $5 a thousand times. $20 a thousand times. Each and everyone of us has a $1, or a fiver. Some can give $1,0000.

    Do it. Just do it. Find me a better product. You can’t. Find me better insight – you can. He connects the dots, shows the cross references. It is amazing.

    Please do it today, do it now. The amount of the gift is important, but MORE important is the number of gifts. I pray all give $5 or more, but $1 will represent a soldier behind our great general, supporting a great president fighting for the greatest country known to man.

    Thank you, please donate.

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    • oldumb says:

      Obviously ” Find me better insight – you can” should be can’t. :0

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    • McGuffin says:

      I agree. We ask “What can we do?!”
      DONATE
      PRAY
      FLY YOUR AMERICAN FLAG

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      • Hans says:

        Most of all pray for Sundance. We must do what ever he asks I have complete faith in him and I am sure he would never ask unless it was the right thing to go.

        So far he has advised us to get out… be vocal. Contact your representatives. Confront the school board when they make stupid suggestions about all school kids wearing masks. Contact your MSM.. confront them about balanced reporting.. let them know they are not fooling you.. take a couple of minutes email them. Contact the mayor to enforce all laws, to protect law enforcement. We need to turn the clock back. Demand monuments are protected, our history protected..PUSHBACK

        One thing for sure ..
        There might come a time for us to march on DC to save our republic. Have a bag ready and cash on hand…

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