Rod Rosenstein Steps-Up To Assist Mueller Attack Trump Over Roger Stone Commutation…

One of the biggest mistakes many people have made in their evaluation of Rod Rosenstein is separating him from the Special Counsel investigation run by Robert Mueller’s team of resistance lawyers. The reality is Rosenstein was always a willing active participant and co-dependent enabler.  [Thread Here]

Support for this foundational understanding comes forward yesterday as the former Deputy Attorney General showcases his support for an op-ed presumably written by Robert Mueller.

[Op-Ed Here]

[*Authorship is tenuous at best, and more likely written by Weissmann or Zelby (Lawfare) on behalf of Mueller] But for now, focus on Rosenstein.

Notice how Rosenstein positions his current advocacy as part of the Mueller team. This is critical; and unfortunately everyone keeps missing it. Rosenstein did the same thing in his Senate Judiciary Committee hearing.

When you stand back it becomes clear, Rosenstein viewed his role with the special counsel as participatory. He was Deputy AG not only as DAG, but also there as a functionary – to facilitate the needs of the special counsel investigation.

This outlook, specifically Rosenstein’s internal definition of his role and responsibility, is why the special counsel was able to essentially take over Main Justice during the two year investigation. Rosenstein took NO ACTION that was not approved by his teammates.

This becomes key.


This becomes key because Rosenstein was an enabler for the plots and ploys being executed by Mueller’s assembled team. That’s how the Lawfare resistance group was able to set up shop and essentially run amok.

As Attorney General Jeff Sessions was firewalled; and Rod Rosenstein was a willing co-dependent enabler. The special counsel team was running main justice. Repeat this as many times as needed to absorb.

The special counsel team was running the DOJ.

When congress was getting stonewalled, blocked, and impeded from inquiry it was the special counsel doing the blocking. It was also the special counsel that did every release. Every strategic release!

The resistance team convinced Rosenstein that part of his role to help them was to block any inquiry into material they did not want released. If they defined it as adverse to their interests they controlled it. Rosenstein allowed this. Rosenstein facilitated this approach.

That approach included Rosenstein telling President Trump that he could not declassify any material that touched on anything to do with the Mueller team investigation. [Example Sept. 2018]

By aligning with the team of usurpers, Rosenstein blocked declassification of documents and helped the special counsel control the media narrative. It would be obtuse and intellectually dishonest to think Rosenstein was hoodwinked. He’s not stupid.

Rod Rosenstein knew what was going on behind the Mueller team’s closed doors, even if he was not physically in the room.

Additionally, another critical element to understand; that helps reconcile many challenging issues; was that every release from the DOJ during the Special Counsel tenure was only possible with the special counsel directing and approving the release.  Again, it’s worthy of repeating because this is a cornerstone understanding that is completely misunderstood.  This is another paradigm shift.

Nothing was ever released from the DOJ without a purposeful intent by the special counsel to allow its release. This includes the Lisa Page and Peter Strzok text messages, and the information about Bruce Ohr which was released only a few days after the text messages.

This resistance group control also includes the redactions to all documents. The special counsel controlled all this stuff.  [Listen to AG Jeff Sessions in the video above]

Immediately after Brandon Van Grack pressured Flynn into signing the plea agreement (November 30, 2017), literally the next day, December 1st and 2nd, the Page/Strzok text messages were released. The special counsel was gaming this out. Controlling everything. Rosenstein was the facilitator.

The special counsel did all the redactions; the special counsel removed texts from releases; it was the special counsel who were selectively releasing and selectively hiding information for two years. Rosenstein was the facilitator.

It was the special counsel who decided to release the FISA application under the guise of a FOIA request. Again, a purposeful release. [Go look at it – release date Saturday July 21, 2018] Everything was being managed from inside the DOJ operation center controlled by special counsel lawyers. Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein was their shield.

Additionally from the Mueller Op-Ed, notice how the cornerstone of Mueller’s position is that Russia hacked the DNC emails and gave them to Wikileaks. Again, in this article published Saturday -critical of Stone’s commutation- the issue of importance is the Russia-Wikileaks angle.

This Russia hacking narrative had been the fulcrum position of the special counsel all along. That’s why this specific issue must be defended *AT ALL COSTS*, even through today.  Take away the “Russia hacked the DNC emails” narrative and suddenly the entire premise of the special counsel collapses on itself.

THAT is why the day after the special counsel provided the original report to newly confirmed AG Bill Barr, the very next day they grabbed Julian Assange and threw a bag over him.

Rohrabacher interviewed Julian Assange in August of 2017.  The Eastern District of Virginia (Dana Boente) initiate an investigation of Assange after Rohrabacher’s public statements about the meeting.   By December of 2017 a grand jury was seated, and a ‘true bill’ was the outcome.  The indictment was sealed on March 6, 2018.

The indictment remained sealed for over a year; until after the resistance group completed their investigation; which would have continued except AG Bill Barr now had oversight.

On April 10, 2019, the special counsel gave Bill Barr their original report (containing grand jury information).  On April 11, 2019, the U.K. authorities moved-in and arrested Assange.


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662 Responses to Rod Rosenstein Steps-Up To Assist Mueller Attack Trump Over Roger Stone Commutation…

  1. WSB says:

    Now we know.

    Liked by 17 people

    • Dave Crawford says:

      Treepers, I get soooooo annoyed at the MSM’s daily English language contortions to support their narrative. Headline from the Daily Mail (not close to the worst these soulless cretins in the media get):

      “Mueller’s stinging rebuke to Trump: Special Counsel defends Russia probe and says Roger Stone ‘remains a convicted felon, and rightly so’ despite the president’s decision to commute his friend’s sentence”

      Allow me to rewrite:

      “Despite the failed ‘Russia collusion’ attempted coup of President Trump, one of the coup plotters Robert Mueller attacks Roger Stone, who was swept up in the hoax but whose sentence was commuted”

      I did it in fewer words.

      Liked by 17 people

      • …so mr.mueller come alive…what a theatrics on the hearing……same as JB currently ?????

        Liked by 1 person

      • donna kovacevic says:

        I pray that the next time, evil, corrupt Mueller and his wife holding hands walk into a church, may the whole alter collapse on them, and there lay the evil not moving. I don’t know what it is like in other churches, but in ours we walk up to the alter, cross ourselves say a short prayer kiss the icon of Jesus Christ, then return to our places for church service to begin. This could be done before or after the service. That man rubbed me the wrong way sitting before congress, walking to church did it for me. I do not mean to disrespect any religion, but one in particular they murder people and then go too church the following day. Lord God what have people become. God Bless PDJT, God Bless Roger Stone.


    • MLK says:

      There was never any question as to the objective, destroy Trump.

      I have a simple rule, if I know something then everybody who’s anybody in Washington does too. It was evident in the summer of 2016 Hillary was shouting about Trump being “Putin’s puppet” as a warning of what was to come. My view at the time was that Access Hollywood was intended as the pretext for Trump to drop out under these threats.

      When they failed to throw the election to Hillary, or steal it on election night, or carry out a coup via Brennan/Clapper manipulation of the Electoral College, they went to the Nixon template — forcing his resignation in the face of impeachment and removal.

      As I’ve noted previously, only one thing stopped them succeeding, Republican rank and file moved to near unanimous support for POTUS Trump, signaling to Republicans in Congress that their participation in the plot was them detonating the Republican Party.

      Anyway — and I am trying to be concise and on topic, their efforts continued in the same vein, with a Fed induced recession shifting the social mood against Trump. They knew they had a deep bench so they kept trying to goad Trump into firing FBI and DOJ officials.

      That was key to their Obstruction of Justice narrative which was essential to giving UniParty Republicans in Congress a pretext to tell Trump it was time to go.

      My point being that all of those stories about Trump supposedly about to fire Mueller and then Rosenstein came from the malefactors. Trump even discussed this in one interview in terms of Nixon’s Cardinal Error in this respect.

      All of that was the lead-up to Stone’s commutation and their reaction to it. It’s been evident to me at least they were trying to goad Barr into “showing favoritism once again for the President’s friends.”

      This outcome was the best given the lay of the land. They would have greatly preferred that Trump pardoned Stone. But the “Mueller” op-ed did get to repeat re Stone the Democrats’ mantra about Trump and impeachment: “He remains a convicted felon, and rightly so.”

      When you think about the level of control they had during their Salad Days — the coup was in full swing from the moment Trump took the oath, this op-ed and Rosenstein’s squeaking is downright pathetic. It serves no purpose other than to make the bitter enders feel better about themselves.

      My hope is that their decision to carry out their malefactions under the color of law means that the daily lists throughout of who entered various SCIFs were properly maintained and in the possession of Barr/Durham. Those tell the tale.

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      • Tl Howard says:

        I’m on the West Coast and I”m certainly no insider but when Clinton started in with that “Russia, Russia” stuff I though, “What the hell is that all about?” I didn’t know what it was but knew she and her cohorts certainly were laying the foundation for *something.*

        Unfortunately, this commutation is just what the Dems ordered for headlines for a week.
        The only way it hurts them is if Barr and/or Durham reveal what the hell was going on from the day our guy came down that elevator and it’s already mid July. Opinions don’t change unless cold water, ice water is thrown in the face of true believers and fence sitters.

        We need ice water soon.


  2. Derangement Syndrome says:

    I was wondering why the special counsel would release the Strzok/Page texts?

    Were they scared a pro-Trump offical would leak the more damaging texts we probably haven’t seen yet?

    Liked by 8 people

    • Genie says:

      Lisa 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 stupid pre-election insults about PDJT. The post-election 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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      • hocuspocus13 says:

        DISCOVERY … will be interesting and perhaps not that kind to Lisa Page!

        Liked by 4 people

      • Genie says:

        CTH: “Immediately after Brandon Van Grack pressured Flynn into signing the plea agreement (November 30, 2017), literally the next day, December 1st and 2nd, the Page/Strzok text messages were released.”

        A small clarification: The existence of the texts was made public on December 1 in a Washington Post article. See Flynn’s motion to compel Brady material, footnote #10.–

        “10. Not only did Mr. Van Grack not disclose a single text message before Mr. Flynn agreed to plead guilty, but Special Counsel apparently managed to control the press on the issue until the plea was entered on December 1, 2017, in Judge Contreras’s court. It defies credulity to suggest that it was only unlucky for Mr. Flynn that the story broke the very next day. Part of the evidence we request includes communications between the press and SCO, which will likely establish that Special Counsel intensified pressure on Mr. Flynn to plead immediately while it was pressuring the press not to explode the truth that destroyed the entire case. Karoun Demirjian, Top FBI official assigned to Mueller’s Russia probe said to have been removed after sending anti-Trump texts, THE WASH. POST (Dec. 2, 2017), officials-on-clinton-trump-probes-exchanged-politically-charged-texts-disparaging- trump/2017/12/02/9846421c-d707-11e7-a986-d0a9770d9a3e_story.html; MTC 11; Ex. 13.”

        The cat was out of the bag, but we did not get to see the cat until mid-December when the DOJ released the first 375 texts. Page wants us to believe that the DOJ released the texts in a show of support for PDJT. I suspect the motive was the opposite and intended to inflame PDJT in the hope that he would do something “obstructive” to the Mueller witch hunt.

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        • gda53 says:

          Good catch there, I think.

          I’ve been racking my brain trying to think WHY the black hats would release those at all. Your explanation is better than any so far.

          It was to goad PDJT into making a mistake.


      • doyouseemyvision says:

        I guess we don’t need to ask who is paying her legal bills?

        Liked by 1 person

      • Amy2 says:

        Careful what you wish/fish for Lisa.

        Liked by 1 person

    • namberak says:

      I’d love to know that answer to that as well. In fact, an awful lot of these document releases just make no sense, at least to me. I accept that some of them were released to provide cover for more damaging things that might be going on concurrently, but mostly, why release them? Page’s lawyer is whistling past the graveyard. I’m assuming that was a government owned phone she was texting on, the monthly bill for which was paid by the government. If that’s the case then all your text are belong to us.

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      • Judith says:

        An accomplished liar will couch their lies as “half-truths” for greater plausibility. It is also easier to commit lies to memory when mixed with the truth.

        In those Page texts, I believe the coup plotters needed to get out ahead of something *very* bad. By releasing these messages in ‘bits and pieces,’ they could seamlessly weave in their *false* narrative, while hiding those most damaging from view.

        It always comes down to the red laser dots: what they *want* you to chase -vs- what’s hidden behind curtain number two. And Sundance has zeroed in on their achille’s heel. The rest is just so much smoke and mirrors.

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    • psychodave says:

      Re: “I was wondering why the special counsel would release ….”
      Derangement Syndrome, Thank you very much for posting this.
      After reading the original post and linked material, I too do not understand what benefit or edge the release of Strzok/Page/ and Bruce Ohr material gave the Special Counsel crew.

      Liked by 2 people

  3. wxobserver says:

    what will it take to get proof from Asange and blow this thing to smitherines?

    Liked by 22 people

    • roddrepub says:

      That’s the question I want answered!

      Liked by 1 person

      • The Demon Slick says:

        The testimony recently released from the house hearings saw the head of crowdstirke testify under oath that he had no evidence that Russians exfiltrated the dnc emails from the server. That was a bombshell. Roger Stone tried to raise it as a defense, the corrupt judge would not allow it. If the doj had to prove in court that the Russians hacked the server their entire case against him falls apart and so does their narrative.

        Liked by 13 people

      • Dave Crawford says:

        We don’t need Assange for this purpose. As many here probably already know, the emails were digitally transferred from the server faster than they could have been over the Internet. In other words, they had to have been taken by an insider to a physically attached device like a thumb drive. The proof is in the files themselves through time-stamps encrypted in the emails.

        It was an inside job and the perpetrator was shot and killed for his efforts.

        Liked by 14 people

        • Dee Paul Deje says:

          Yep. And then there’s this:


        • TwoLaine says:


          That is why Bernie also eventually  dropped his lawsuit against the DNC for shutting his team out of their servers in the middle of their campaign after they were caught hacking, allegedly to document for the DNC that the servers had all kinds of holes and back doors and failed firewalls.  ALL KNOWN FACTS.  Neither the DNC or Crowdstrike would let them touch the server for that case either.

          Bernie is always their useful tool, their front man, driving new voters further and further to the left for them, and hey, at least he got a house out of it.

          Then there was also the lawsuit filed by the Bernie Bros against the DNC for not providing a fair primary process and CLEARLY tipping the scales in ILLary’s favor.  That process server was also suicided shortly thereafter.

          Shawn Lucas Cause of Death Still Unknown as Clinton’s Campaign Lawyer Tries to Move DNC Lawsuit into the Weeds
          by Pam Martens and Russ Martens
          26 Aug 2016

          The Bernie Bros would finally lose their case in Florida.  That judge and Crowdstrike wouldn’t let the Bernie Bros see the server either.  The judge ruled that a campaign promise is a political promise, therefore not meant to be kept.  In other words, political promises and the DNC bylaws are just political illusions, get used to it.  He said they can pick their nominee any way they want, anywhere they want.  That is why the DNC is after the electoral college.  It is the last thing between them and their installing WHOEVER THEY WANT as President.

          How Democratic Superdelegates Decided the 2016 Election
          by Antonio Moore
          23 May 2016


          That is your Resistance Party.  Remember all the CongressCritters who wouldn’t show up for President TRUMP’s Inauguration Day ceremonies, our peaceful transition of government, or since?  They are all on the list.  Maybe they were too busy, like Susan Rice, cleaning up after themselves down to the last minute.

          Liked by 6 people

          • Tl Howard says:

            Biden has positioned himself now to get the usual Dem votes AND the Bernie Bro/AOC votes. Their polls must tell them they can win the Presidency that way rather than going after suburban mom and dad and working class votes.

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    • dilonsfo says:

      If Julian Assange had any information that he claimed he had it would have been released by now. He had threatened to do so on many occasions and still…nothing. I think it was all a bluff.


    • Seneca the Elder says:

      It is even more important for President Trump to pardon Assange and get him out of prison than it was for him to rescue Roger Stone.
      Assange has the most devastating evidence imaginable and he is being tortured to death in the U.K. prison.
      Also, why are they (the Weissman/Mueller cabal) still getting away with their lies about the DNC servers being hacked by Russians? That story was completely debunked years ago. It was proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that it was an inside job. There are numerous articles written by computer experts who explain the whole thing was a fraud, yet here we are, almost 4 years later pretending that it was “the Russians “. WTF?

      Time is running out to bring these criminals to justice, especially RosenRat. They are still out there spreading lies and misinformation like there’s no tomorrow. I will never forgive Sessions for recusing himself. Never. If he had been part of the Weissman team he couldn’t have planned it any better. He opened the door nice and wide to let the thugs in who have nearly destroyed our Country.

      Everyone knows the truth about what happened, especially Barr, Durham and the rest of them who are supposed to be the good cops. They aren’t doing our President any favors. They are running out the clock and giving all of us the finger.

      Liked by 24 people

    • Amy2 says:

      I’ve been waiting for awhile to hear that he would be the victim of Covid.


  4. Linda K. says:

    Russia and more Russia. Russian agents that Stone talked to, Wikileaks blah, blah, blah. Let’s not let them continue with their farcical narrative.
    Crowdstrike says they have no proof Russia hacked the DNC, contrary to Mueller claims. It is probable that an insider stole the material from the DNC for personal, political reasons. Seth Rich was a Bernie supporter, he had access to those computers and he was angry that Bernie had been cheated out of the nomination by Hillary. That information on emails was given to Wikileaks And Julian Assange offered $20,000 for information on who killed that DNC staffer, Seth Rich.

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  5. TMonroe says:

    “ That approach included Rosenstein telling President Trump that he could not declassify any material that touched on anything to do with the Mueller team investigation.”

    Little doubt that the same connected people are funneling that message through presidential legal advisors. If he doesn’t get it out now as much as possible and give us proof to work with, the chaff and countermeasures may well win the day. Sunlight is the best infectant, and I’d hope most would prefer to go to their fate with the truth out there on their side than with everything clouded and redacted.

    Liked by 2 people

    • TMonroe says:

      Disinfectant; there are enough infections


      • I would like to have seen President Trump respond to Rosenstein’s threat of “obstruction of justice” if he declassified everything in Sept. 2018, by immediately firing Rosenstein and in fact ordering immediate declassification, with no redactions at all. I think history will show that in this case, as in most cases, standing up to the bully (who, surprise, surprise, is a coward) is the only way to go. This goes for all the black racist (Black Muslim ideology) tyranny going on now, both in the streets and on the part of corrupt governors, judges, and prosecutors.

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  6. Chokdii8888 says:

    At 1:40 of the Sessions video in Sundance article above sessions says : I am impressed with Mr Rosenstein, he is a friend of mine.
    parts of this video would be useful for tuberville campaign versus sessions in Alabama primary runoff.

    Liked by 15 people

    • timothy says:

      Tuberville is an oPen borders lobby lackey..
      America pre 1965 hart-cellar immigration acr, like Israel today, was a 90%+ white ethnostate ; we are now hovering just above 50%.

      Lose your people, lose your country.
      Reversing this, absent a new war of conquest, requires ending immigration now.


      • doyouseemyvision says:

        I know folks keep posting that Tuberville is pro-amnesty. That is a Sessions campaign stump claim. Just not sure that is true.
        Words from Tuberville don’t address amnesty per se, but important to know.

        “Right now, we have a huge influx coming from Africa, the Middle East,” Tuberville said on “The Jeff Poor Show.” “It has kind of slowed down in terms of the people coming from South America. But it doesn’t make any difference. We can’t afford – they’re coming across, and I know they need help. But people in this country need help, too. And we’ve got to get the wall built. We’ve got to know who is here. Then we’ve got to let them come a little at a time because we do need workers and we need people here to make this country better. We just can’t handle all of them at one time.”

        When asked, Tuberville acknowledged immigration has an impact on wage growth.

        “I don’t think there’s any doubt about that,” he replied. “The problem is we’re getting to a point where we don’t need just workers. We need smarter workers – people that can come here that have skills.”

        The former football coach boasted about the efforts of the local governments around Alabama to improve their workforces. He said for some it would be a better path to a successful career than attending a four-year college, which may result in college loan debt.

        However, he also said policymakers should back off the amount of legal immigration allowed in the country and focus on limiting illegal immigration.


  7. mv jensen says:

    Mr. President – please pardon Julian Assange!

    Liked by 15 people

  8. bessie2003 says:

    Should Mr. Stone be successful in exonerating his name through the new trial he is hoping for, that exoneration will taste that much sweeter for it will prove both Mueller and Rosenstein were not just incompetent but part of the set-up from the beginning. Our nation needs for all the world to see this too.

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  9. Sentient says:

    I look at it this way: if Trump was a big pussy like Obama or Bill Clinton, he’d have commuted Stone‘s sentence after the election. Nope. He did it right now, and he owns it. He needs a wheelbarrow to carry those cajones. Bonus: it puts the spotlight back on the Dems’ Russia bullshit narrative, for which they would be mortally embarrassed if they had any shame.

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    • Dee Paul Deje says:

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    • Amy2 says:

      It also frees up the gag order yes?

      Liked by 1 person

  10. detad1 says:

    What becomes key is so far they have all gotten away with it.

    Liked by 2 people

  11. Dutchman says:

    Notice Roerbacher talked to Gen. Kelly, and thats as far as it got.
    A President HAS to rely on his staff and cabinet, and delegate.

    By Mitch controlling the confirmation process, he has done much to hamstring PDJT, seeding his administration with leakers, phoney whistleblowers, backstabbing traitors to PDJT and the nation.

    I would say Mitch has done far more harm to PDJT, than Nanzi Pelousy has, over all……FAR more.

    Liked by 21 people

    • diogenes says:

      Kind of makes it clear why there was all that vote fraud to get the will of Rohrbacher’s constituents overruled, doesn’t it? I personally witnessed illegal same day voter registration near a polling place and reports of it went nowhere, for example.

      Liked by 5 people

      • tommylotto says:

        I am in an adjacent district. An insurmountable Mimi Walters lead on Election Day miraculously turned into a Katie Porter win, and the same thing happened all over OC. Our representative democracy died that day, and it wasn’t even a story. I think Paul Ryan asked a whimsical question about ballot harvesting, but that was about it.

        Liked by 6 people

        • clulessgrandpa says:

          As was our Young Kim, who was up by 3% on election night, only to have the lotto winner and girl friend beater Gil Cisneros win 8 days later.

          Liked by 3 people

    • Paul Cohen says:

      TRUE to considerable extent, BUT the WH Chief of Staff is not a Senate-confirmed appointment, nor is any other White House position. The National Security Adviser position does not involve Senate confirmation. Same goes for WH Counsel and every other position in the WH that has not served Trump and our country well. POTUS Trump has made too many bad appointments who undermine him and MAGA.

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      • Hans says:

        I believe the NSA (National Security Advisor) is a senate confirmed position. President Trump wanted Ratcliffe to have the position over a year ago and the Senate review Comitte (Intelligence) refused to even hear the presentation.

        It was after Amb Grenell was temporarily appointed and started to declassify documents that Sen Ratcliff was approved.

        Amb Grenell could be temporarily apointed because he had Senate approval to be an Ambassador

        Liked by 4 people

        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          Former Representative Ratcliffe is Director of National Intelligence.

          NSA is Robert O’Brien, no confirmation required.

          Liked by 2 people

        • J says:

          Hans, Grenell and Ratcliffe are ODNI, not NSA. ODNI facilitates coordination between all intelligence agencies, including the NSA, and NSA Director only controls the NSA.

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        • Ratcliffe?
          Oh, is he still in the Administration?
          Don’t see much of value coming from his office.
          So far, he’s demonstrated he’s no Rick Grenell.
          PDJT is running out of time to get “help” from his own Administration – imho.


          • doyouseemyvision says:

            When they are quiet, not a good sign.


            • Like Attorney Durham being quiet?


              • doyouseemyvision says:


                -Comey was fired by Trump on May 9, 2017
                -Rosenstein appointed Mueller as Special Counsel 6 days later. Speedy Gonzalez!!
                -First indictment was George Papadopoulos on Oct. 5, 2017, 5 months later. Man, those Feds don’t FVKC around!
                – Lieutenant General Michael T. Flynn pleaded guilty on guilty on Dec. 1, 2017. Flynn spoke to the FBI on Jan 24, 2017 in that same year. Holy cow, these FEDS mean business!! Looking out for justice!!
                -Rest of the Mueller indictment activity is here:


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        • Country_Kat says:

          The DNI position is what Ratcliff was confirmed to, NSA is a separate agency headed by Gen. Paul M. Naksone, although the NSA is under the DNI’s supervision.

          “While it operates within the Department of Defense, the NSA also belongs to the Intelligence Community (a coalition of 17 intelligence agencies) and as such acts under the supervision of the director of national intelligence. The director of the NSA is a military officer of flag rank (i.e., a general or an admiral) with a minimum of three stars. Not being a creation of Congress, the NSA often acts outside of congressional review; it is the most secret of all U.S. intelligence agencies.” –

          It does appear that you are correct though in that the NSA director is a senate confirmed position. –


      • Dutchman says:

        I KNEW that, about CoS and Nat Sec,…was late when posting?
        Still, funny how DJT built an empire in NYC construction, and another in entertainment industry, and yet goes to D.C., and suddenly he’s terrible at staffing.
        Perhaps its unfamiliarity at DC, or politics more broadly?

        Or, perhaps its focus; did great on Wolverines, although Manchin seemed to have problems in front of the camera, IIRC.

        And Kelli might have done what any CoS would have done; keep Rorerbacher far away from PDJT, cause “Russia, Russia, Russia.”

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    • magaxena58 says:

      Let’s just go ahead and call her Nazi Pelosy.

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    • Dave Crawford says:

      Whenever I see Generals reporting directly to a President, it worries me and makes me think of JFK. While I hold our military in the highest regard and I don’t know for sure who was involved in the JFK assassination, it is interesting (and telling) the day after JFK died that scumbag LBJ (who was clearly one of the parties involved) got us into Vietnam.

      While Trump hasn’t said anything about shutting down central banking (ala Lincoln and JFK), he has talked about reducing our military footprint around the world. This might help explain why Roerbacher’s information never went anywhere.


      • J says:

        He may not have explicitly stated his goal is to shut down the central bank and thier 4 “too large to fail” bank lickspittles, but his actions directed toward the Fed and his words against the Fed Chairman, added to his rules changes for small banks, definitely threatens the status quo.

        My opinion is that JFK was killed by our own government. President Trump would have been too if not for the internet, so they had to settle for a coup. Nixon was their template. The problem for them there was Nixon was clueless to the strategy and made every mistake he could have, and President Trump is an ESG, who knows the Art of War.

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      • mike says:

        Still waiting for declass on remaining JFK assassination papers.
        56.7 years after the event.
        2+ years after GHW Bush’s 25 year deadline.

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      • Lulu says:

        The generals and admirals are mostly political hacks no different from the rest of the deepstate. And a good portion of the rank and file are SJW brainwashed idiots as they fall into that age group.

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      • powderdayrules says:

        Kennedy got us into Vietnam, Johnson escalated it greatly though.

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        • Joan says:

          Kenney INHERITED Viet Nam from Eisenhower. He wrote a National Security Memorandum shortly before Dallas withdrawing 1,000 troops in 1964 and the rest were to be withdrawn after his re-election. LBJ overturned that Memorandum days after the assassination.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Peter Priciple; “In any hierarchy, individuals tend to be promoted to their level of incompetence, and there they stay.”

        Liked by 2 people

    • MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

      I despise Mitch McConnell as much as that pathetic Chuck Schumer! Both are useless to the common citizen in this country.

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    • And damage to PDJT is damage to us. Period. Maybe they are turkey neck and turkey neck in the damage though. I leave out the second n in her name often…

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      • Dutchman says:

        First point can’t be emphasised enough; its really true, they are after US, and DJT is ‘just in their way’,…and the time MAY be approaching soon, when WE will have to stand between THEM, and PDJT.

        Doesn’t matter WHAT you call them; Nazi’s, Marxists, Elitists, Globalists,…Satans Spawn is one of my personal favorites,…

        They want us GONE, cause we are rejecting their NWO Crap.


    • detad1 says:

      And we do not help when we re-elect those we know are traitors.

      We give it away.

      That’s why Trump is fighting so hard.

      We are NOT with him. We are too busy talking.

      This then has always been the problem.

      Because the left, including the representative leadership Rinos are busy doing a lot.


      • Dutchman says:

        Agree with first point,…
        We HURT ourselves when we give our votes to Traitors.

        WE have provided, and continue to provide an essential function;
        We have STUCK WITH HIM.
        THEY know they can’t significantly lower his base support, despite all their efforts it has grown.

        We stuck with him, through access hollywood, Stormy, Muh Russia and Mueller, and Ukraine shampeachment.

        Despite ALL their attempts to manipulate him, and us, they have been unsuccessful in lowering his support to the point that they could drive him from office,….because they know we ain’t BUYING it.

        WE, ….NOT Senate Republicons

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      • Dutchman says:

        Agree with first point; it is counterproductive to expend our prescious, sacred vote to elect or reelect those we KNOW are traitors.

        Disagree, strongly with second point. WE have, and continue to perform a VITAL function, without which PDJT never would have gotten in the Oval, or been able to stay there.


        Despite access hollywood, stormy, muh Russia and Mueller.
        Despite Nanzi, and Shiff, Nadler ,…McConnell and Ryan, and snake lindsey,….
        Despite us being targeted and attacked for wearing a hat or displaying a yard sign, losing friends, family and jobs,….

        We have stuck by him, and his support has only grown. Which is why all their efforts to remove him from the Oval HAVE, and will continue to fail;
        They need to wear us down, to the point we aquiese (sp) to there attempt to force him from office, on some rediculous pretext or other.

        And we have NOT been moved!
        It was NOT Senate Republicons who prevented PDJT from being impeached, either for muh Russia, ..or Ukraine.

        It was US. The Republicons in the Senate faced the same dillemma Democrats would have faced, had they been in the Senate Majority;

        Vote to convict, and reelection will be the LEAST of your concerns; LIVING long enough to run for reelection will take precedence.

        So, we talk, we educate others like by referring them here,…and we ‘bank’ our cold anger, but our support remains unwavering,…and they KNOW that.

        PDJT does NOT need for ‘all this’ to come out (as in become ‘public knowledge’ for most of the electorate) in order to win reelection, IMHO.
        He does not NEED indictments, in order to win.
        All he needs is for us to continue to be willing to crawl through a mile of broken glass, naked in order to vote for him,…despite him having shot someone in broad daylite on fifth avenue, in front of witnesses, and filmed by hundreds.

        And, should they engage in blatant ballot fraud, or by other means attempt to drive or force him from office,…or for his inaugeration, we need to start preparing NOW, to descend on D.C. in numbers that dwarf anything ever seen in our history.
        I would say we need 10 million, at least.

        As for me and mine, we are NOT ‘just talking’, ….wesa prepin’!
        Hope to see y’all there,..Jan 2021, unless the call “Trump rally, D.C.,…Cause HE needs us, NOW!” should sound.

        Like “the British are coming”, when the call comes, will you and yours be ready to drop everything, and head out on short notice?

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        • detad1 says:

          “we need to start preparing NOW, to descend on D.C. in numbers that dwarf anything ever seen in our history.
          I would say we need 10 million, at least.”

          We have learned what will make us protest. The only thing that will make us protest is if they take our jerbs.

          Thanks for your view. My view is that ‘never again’ means that the architects of the treason need to be convicted and sentenced to death.

          If they confess with real sincerity, then POTUS can commute their death sentences. If this is not done, then sooner or later it easily could happen again.

          And the CIA has to be ended.

          The FBI can handle both domestic and foreign.

          We live in interesting times, at any rate.


          • Dutchman says:

            My view, if they try to take our President, “by any means neccesary” out of the Oval office,…THAT will compel me to head towards D.C., with a trunk full of rope, shovels and pitchforks, and an eye cast to lightpoles and trees!

            Someone recently posted pictures I remembered from grade school;
            Men and womens bodies, hanging from gallows, after the Lincoln assasination.

            Made quite an impression on my young mind, and I doubt I am alone.

            So, I agree with you, but can foresee a LONG line of orange clad miscreants, leading to the gallows.
            The # of conspirators runs into the,10’s of thousands, at least!

            One of the problems was the post 9/11 getting the FBI and CIA to “work together”.

            IMHO, the FBI-NSD was actually a CIA Station, inside the,U.S. which is prohibited.

            The MOU Mueller and,Brennan cooked up, gave both FBI and CIA something they desperatly wanted, and could give each other.
            FBI got access to the NSA database, in exchange CIA got a Station in Washington, D.C. although they CALLED it “FBI-NSD” to address that little legal issue.

            And, this is why the FBI-NSD was exempted from I.G. oversight.

            Yes, we have been chinese cursed (in many ways) to live in interesting times.

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  12. RAC says:

    Why has Assange not been extradited or at least interviewed officially in the prison where he is ?

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    • Joyce M says:

      RAC – do you really trust anyone or anything valuable to our current DOJ and/or FBI? After what we’ve seen, I would be very concerned for Assange’s life if they brought him here. I doubt he would live to disclose anything….I’m sorry. I wish I had confidence in our DOJ/FBI to do the right thing but right now I just don’t.

      I’m hanging my hopes on Sundance and his connections for sunlight and justice. And I pray for Assange and Flynn that they are protected from the evil people obviously still in power in our trusted institutions.

      The DOJ has been weaponized by the DNC and it has not been cleansed of the stench even now.

      It is good to remember that in DC 98% of the vote went to HRC.

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  13. Who pays Lawfare to be the democrat lackeys?

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  14. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    I must say, Sundance was always right about Rosenstein.

    In the past, I gave Rosenstein the benefit of the doubt. Sure, he’d helped the coup, but I thought he was pressured to do so.

    My illusions are gone now.

    The only other choice here is that Rosenstein thinks POTUS will lose the election and so he’s “once again” getting on the good side of the Coup Establishment.

    Either way, it’s unacceptable. He’s a fraud and a coward. I wish Barr would have charged him to the fullest extent possible.

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    • Sundance wrote above that the mistake many people make/made with Rosenstein has been thinking he was not in bed with Mueller, Weissman et al.. I think the bigger, wider, deeper error is that so many are willing to give these people the benefit of the doubt, when they make excuses for why they didn’t do what was right and instead did what was wrong.

      Big mistake. They are all LIARS, at every turn, and you can’t refuse to dirty your skirts (ladies– hee-hee-hee) by remembering that at ALL times. You can’t bend over backwards, for evil to make itself slowly ever more plain to you; you HAVE to judge in the light of the full pattern of events, and the full history of each player (instead of “yes, it’s quite a coincidence that they always seemed to do just the wrong thing, but of course we can’t judge them on that basis alone…”)

      When you see them hell-bent on overthrowing the duly elected President, and see that there is no outrage expressed in all of politicaldom/dumb, you should immediately know the fix is in and they are all lying, about everything. Barr lunches with Mueller and Rosenstein, and laughs easily with them. All snakes, all the way down…

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      • arsumbris says:

        People think “giving officials the benefit of the doubt” = loyalty, patriotism, etc. A lot of people never had reason to think their government was as corrupt and criminal to the core before what they saw done to Trump, Flynn, Manafort, Stone.

        During Obama, people thought the corruption was just Democrats. Now their eyes are open, and it seems there is a demonic entity with its tentacle in both parties, most corporations, the courts, the FBI, and at most local levels too. Going back decades.

        We’ve been looking the other way for long enough. It’s time for people to start looking at the evil. If nothing else gets accomplished during Trump’s time in office, it will be to force people to look.

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      • TheWanderingStar says:

        If any of us were to live in “The District”, I believe the culture of corruption would become so obvious and pervasive as to make one vomit.

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      • Tl Howard says:

        Can you imagine just how many jokes the Lawfare team must have about “conservatives”? They must have laughed their asses off when half the country didn’t march in the streets when it was reported just how many Clintonians were on the Muellar team. Not even an ATTEMPT to appear they had assembled a non-biased them was made.

        They knew we wouldn’t do anything other than whimper.


    • doyouseemyvision says:

      The first sign we were blinded to was that Rosenstein appointed Mueller as Special Counsel. Sometimes we can’t see the forest for the trees.

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      • detad1 says:

        Some times we don’t want to since we are too busy in fantasy land hoping and dreaming that these snakes will be good.

        When we know they are not.

        We need to red pill our own.

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  15. johnnyfandango says:

    By all means Bob, lets hear from you Bob. The leader of a team that tampered with evidence, withheld and buried exculpatory evidence, manufactured statements, You and your team are so creditable. You should all be under charges. What an embarrassment. You and your ”team” found no underlined crime but you pursued prosecutions of process crimes. That sounds like something a communist country would do, manufacturing the crime.

    Stone is charged with lying to Congress on something innocuous. He cooperated. Can you say the same of everyone in the Clinton email scandal? Stone could have taken the 5th. He didn’t. Asked if he was in touch with WikiLeaks, he said no he was in contact with someone who interviewed Assange. Your team Bob, alleged that Stone claimed his contact was this interviewer in order to protect Jerome Corsi. You never proved that Russians stole any emails. You never confiscated and examined the email servers. The Crowdstrike CEO testimony counters your theory. In the trial the jury was tainted with the Foreman being a anti Trump loon as well as the Judge. Is that fair?

    Was this what 40 Mil and 100’s of FBI agents produce? A Federal process crime , oh boy , lying to Congress? Congress Lies to Congress everyday. Get the paddy wagons.

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  16. sundance says:

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  17. RAC says:

    “BREAKING: Roger Stone Provides Exclusive Response to TGP – Fires Back at Corrupt Robert Mueller and Nancy Pelosi”
    “In fact, Mueller justified my case being tried before Judge Amy Berman Jackson because he said evidence from the Russian hacking case would be introduced at my trial. No such evidence was introduced. Using forensic evidence and expert testimony I could have proved that was no on-line hack of the DNC servers by the Russians or anybody else but Judge Amy Berman Jackson prohibited it. Nor can Mueller prove that Guccifer 2.0 is a Russian Intelligence asset. Just because John Brennan says something does not make it true. If Mueller had any evidence that I was involved in working with the Russians to steal data and disseminate it (I wasn’t) why wasn’t I charged with it?”

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  18. FBI as a framing organisation , who would have thought of that 🙂 I wonder how much practise they had

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  19. If any more evidence was needed of the deep roots of the swamp, and of the intense war against PDJT now you have it.

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  20. James says:

    I can’t figure out why Rosie hasn’t been axed before now. There must be a deeper reason. Trump is a master chessman. Have to wait and see.


  21. Gary Lacey says:

    The Roger Stone prosecution, was that on the basis of Russian collusion….and the Wikileaks….. or just the Wikileaks docs?

    Having a hard time getting my head around convictions based solely on politics and not the truth of the matter.
    Judges Jackson and Sullivan, if I understand the facts, are attempting to railroad people for political reasons…….

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    • Hans says:

      Gary it’s realy not to hard to understand what went on

      Judge Jackson put a gag order on him so he could not defend himself. Roger Stone said Russia did not hack the DNC computer.

      Stone’s persecution had NOTHING to do with Russian collusion.

      Roger Stone said to congress that Russia did not hack the computers and give the emails to Wiki Leaks. That there was no proof that Russia did the hacking.

      Judge Jackson did not allow Roger Stone to raise the defense issue… Make the government prove to the court that Russia hacked the DNC computer. The FBI never examined the server… it was only hearsay opinion …. Crowdstrike.. So based on Crowdstrike (the firm hired by Democrats) Roger Stone was convicted of lying to Congress. The quantity of the information obtained (in the allotted time) from the server could only be done directly to a thumb drive and not by hacking over the internet .. this testimony was also blocked by Judge Jackson.

      Roger Stone message undercut the Mueller Lie.. Russia wanted to aid Donald Trump get elected .. so he was targeted.. pure political.

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      • Will Hunt says:

        Stone’s contention didn’t undercut the SC position… it refuted it totally…

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      • mike says:

        I really hope we get to see traitors like Rod and Amy hang.
        I view them as (still) active coup participants and am fine any day of the week without a trial (executed crime in progress)…

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      • wxobserver says:

        Hans, I didn’t follow the Stone story all that closely. Where did the info about size of hacked data and transfer time come from? Is it in some of the voluminous House testimony that was released? Can you provide a pointer?


        • SteveT says:

          If it is any help, I understood it came from the files themselves. All files have metadata (data about the data) within their structure and is recorded when they’re transferred etc.
          This is, I believe, the source of their transfer times and methods used.
          Local transfer (plugged in thumb-drive for eg.) will be much faster than over the net. Large files will require a certain time if “hacked” over the net, which in this case was not consistent with the metadata.
          Internal file naming/timings also gave indications against a hack.



    • sDee says:

      “Having a hard time getting my head around convictions based solely on politics and not the truth of the matter.”

      Truth is what they say it is.

      For well over 50 years, from every county courthouse to the US Supreme Court, the halls have been filled with judges, AGs and investigators whose loyalty, or onus, lies with those who highest goal is the end of this Republic and our Constitution.

      Lawfare is the strategy of the enemy within.

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  22. tominellay says:

    Sundance, thank you. Your reporting has always been excellent. But over the last week it seems the pencil has sharpened even more. It’s do or die time. We’re with you.

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  23. Perot Conservative says:

    Remember the wives.

    Rosenstein’s twitter feed supports Mueller, Russia, the Washington Post, Chris Wray, etc.

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  24. lcsteel says:

    It amazes me how some people have just figured out over the last month or two that Rosenstein was part of the coup. It should of been obvious two years ago.

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    • Sharpshorts says:

      Too many people STILL have no understanding that there is (and has been)
      an ongoing, organized attempt to over throw the United States of America.

      This “coup” was initiated and executed well before the presidential election of DJT in 2016.

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  25. keystonekon says:

    I always thought Rosenstein was a weasel. I mean, look at him!
    Let’s get a look at his fringe benefits (bank accounts) from all his facilitation tactics. Weasel! Uses that Milquetoast voice and Wally Cox eye darts to perfection.

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  26. warrenjay13 says:

    “There Is still time to rescue yourself before the election. Please just drift away.” Yesterday, I posted this statement on Jeff Sessions twitter and was kicked off Twitter.

    I notified Elisa Stefanik my congresswoman.


    • I mistrusted Twitter from its beginning; I use a twitter account only to post comments, and that only because, lo these many years ago, I found myself barred from posting on sites using my own internet account information.

      Even if Twitter was the height of intellectual propriety and honesty, I would not use it, because of the text length limitation. That is really stupid, to me, as it invites knee-jerk thinking and dishonest, emotion-over-reason, “debate”. I think the later, younger generations have made that plain. It’s Eloi vs Morlock on “social media”; they can’t help themselves, it seems. “We must regress…we must regress…” Social distancing; masks; Black Lives Matter…all garbage, all the time, on every channel.


  27. Conservative_302 says:

    What’s DNI up to? How come we haven’t had more documents made public like we had under Grenell? On Stone, Flynn, and Trump, I think our constitutional rights need to be protected under federal law. Any local government that violates them should be imprisoned for 10 years.

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  28. T2020 says:

    Thank you, Sundance, for putting it in print. May it burn in the black hearts of those involved in the crimes against our President, America, and Seth Rich.

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  29. tommylotto says:

    If the Weissman/Mueller team was so concerned with Russia and Russian interference, after they learned in January of 2017 that there was no collusion and the dossier was bunk, why didn’t they request from Rosenstein an expansion of their investigatory scope into the real interference and the real collusion? HRC/DNC > Perkins Coie > Fusion GPS > Steele > Russian disinformation from Russian intelligence. Rosenstein was willing to give them whatever they wanted. Why not look into that? My head hurts thinking of all the process crimes that such an investigation could cook up. I can already see a conspiracy to defraud the US by misreporting campaign expenses to foreign spy/spies as “legal fees.” That would get the ball rolling. I’m sure there are some FARA violations in there, and that is before the manufactured 302’s show lying to federal agents. I guess it’s all just a matter of priorities and that tells us everything we need to know.

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  30. MaineCoon says:

    Does anyone know where RR is now?

    To the day Sessions defends his recusal, which tells me his current Senate campaign is backed by his “good friend” RR and the resistence team. They are orchestrating it just as they orchestrated his recusal. He his a puppet. ALABAMA – DO NOT ELECTED SESSIONS

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  31. Hans says:

    Just a note to all
    Perhaps slightly off subject but it relates to getting facts to the people

    I have noticed several posts by (new Names) that have incorrectly stated well known facts. One above talks about a President Trumps appointments. The NSA Director… was not a senate approved position. It is. Please check facts be fore posting as fact or say IIRC..

    That leads to point two.. that was made.. getting to the truth of the matter..

    One problem in exposing the coup is the declassification of relevant documents. Even if you know the document exists it cannot be used unless properly released.. in the record. So Gen Flynn’s 302 exists but where… it should be presented to the court as Brady material.. how was it filed..where was it filed.. the thousand dollar question.

    When a coup member gets appointed to be the head of the NSA certain information will never be found. You cannot get to the truth of the matter ….the Senate controls who gets to be head of the NSA thru a Intelligence sub committee. The Intelligence sub committee decides who they will consider for the position.

    So Mitch McConnell controls the head and all other republican Intelligence committee members. The Republicans hold the Majority due to Majority in the Senate, Thus Mitch McConnell has a major impact on the judicial system and the Rule of Law.


    • Hans says:

      Ok my bad
      Confused NSA with DNI Director getting old


    • MaineCoon says:

      If you are referring to the ORIGINAL Flynn 302, it has NEVER been released or filed under seal with the Court, pr Sidney Powell in her numerous interviews, including the recent Epoch Times interview which was posted here. As discussed numerous times, it’s THE major legal issue and bone of contention that it is exculpatory information the DoJ has never produced.

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  32. 2 observations : 1) I guess we know who Rod the Rat will NOT be voting for in November and 2) the Rod the Rat offering to wear a wire story by Strosk is probably more true than not . At least. Rod the Rat’s true character as being lower than pond scum has at last been fully revealed

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  33. sync says:

    This seems highly inappropriate that Rosenstein feels comfortable enough that Twitter is an appropriate place for his disclosure and not legal or foundational administrative agencies – very strange


  34. lambgraham says:

    None of this would be occurring if Bagpipes Barr indicted Rosenstein for signing off on the FISA based on false information. Samantha Power indicted on 200 counts for unmasking American citizens. How fast do you think she would flip? Yates indicted for conspiracy to overthrow the President of the US. As the President pointed out yesterday Obama and Biden were the ring leaders of coup. Barr should say they are subjects to the investigation and will be interviewed. That is how you silence the enemies of the USA. But Barr is a deep state plant like so many key government officials. I must say the enemy has all the bases covered. The press, House of Representatives, heads of all the Senate Committees, the military complex, 15 Republican traitors pointed out by Sundance, FBI, State Department (House of Soros)that withholds evidence, that’s you Pompeo . So the Republic hangs in the balance on the hopes of the President, Ratcliffe, Durham, and guys like Bongino, Carlson, Solomon, and Sundance.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Agree. Barr’s doing nothing demonstrative is an action of complicity. How many times are we going to see such a performance and not call it out for what it is? I hung on to Sessions way too long. I gave up on Barr when he announced Durham was going to produce late spring or summer….yah. right. Fool me once….He can throw tidbits and breadcrumbs to We The People, but when it’s all said and done, I’ll reiterate or adjust my opinion accordingly.

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      It’s all so easy, right? Well it’s all so easy when you’re sitting in your armchair typing on your computer instead of doing the actual work. You get your law degree (if you don’t already have one), work your way up through the ranks, and become the AG. Then YOU fix all of the problems and put all of the traitors in prison. And if you aren’t able to do it, or aren’t able to do it as quickly as the armchair AGs want you to, then you’ll be a deep state plant too, right?

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      • BobR says:

        Meanwhile the opposition gets the president impeached and Flynn, PopaD, Stone, Manafort, convicted on fake evidence. We have our own AG And real evidence and not one jail sentence. It really is not a matter of time is it?


        • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

          The Dems impeached Trump because we gave the House majority to them. It was our own mistake. Voters should have known this is exactly what would happen. I always say, if the Dems had control of the Senate too Trump would have been removed from office already.

          As for the coup-plotters, what real evidence do we have that they committed actual crimes? They were well aware of the laws, most (if not all) are attorneys and all had/have plenty of experience in their government positions. I’m sure it’s difficult to build cases against them.

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          • TimesUp says:

            “The Dems impeached Trump because we gave the House majority to them. It was our own mistake.”


            diogenes says:
            July 12, 2020 at 4:55 am
            Kind of makes it clear why there was all that vote fraud to get the will of Rohrbacher’s constituents overruled, doesn’t it? I personally witnessed illegal same day voter registration near a polling place and reports of it went nowhere, for example.

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            tommylotto says:
            July 12, 2020 at 6:58 am
            I am in an adjacent district. An insurmountable Mimi Walters lead on Election Day miraculously turned into a Katie Porter win, and the same thing happened all over OC. Our representative democracy died that day, and it wasn’t even a story. I think Paul Ryan asked a whimsical question about ballot harvesting, but that was about it.

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            clulessgrandpa says:
            July 12, 2020 at 7:59 am
            As was our Young Kim, who was up by 3% on election night, only to have the lotto winner and girl friend beater Gil Cisneros win 8 days later.

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      • lambgraham says:

        I worked white collar crime for the FBI. The Department of Justice runs the show. The conspirators were so careless because they never thought Trump would win . When he did, Obama’s hatred for the President caused them to be flat out reckless. The paper trail is all there. In fact a dozen books have been written about it. Even President Trump said it is cut and dry and he is privy to more info than us.

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      • Will Hunt says:

        on the flipside… justice delayed is justice denied…


      • Payday says:

        More trolling. Just a different subject matter.


  35. Jeffrey Coley says:

    But but but Stealth Jeff! Stealth Rosenstein! 64D chess! Deceiving the Deep State! Soon! SOON! SOON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      I know there were some Sessions fans (and I can’t blame them for holding out hope), but were there any Rosenstein fans? I recall seeing some fence-sitters, people who weren’t sure which side he was on. I thought he proved himself a rat as soon as he appointed Mueller.

      Oddly, it was Sessions who chose Rosenstein. I won’t claim that this is some kind of proof that Sessions too is a rat, but his near-instant recusal left us all spinning, didn’t it?

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      • Jeffrey Coley says:

        I don’t think Sessions is a rat: He’s a fool. And Rosenstein is a slimy spineless jellyfish who was easily cowed into doing whatever Comey, or McCabe, or Weissman told him to do.

        I compare the “Stealth Jeff” conspiracy theory (and all the other “stealth” operatives who followed after that crashed into reality ) on the refusal to believe that the travesty unfolding before our eyes was really happening. SURELY Jeff Sessions isn’t THAT stupid (or weak, or corrupt, take your pick.) He HAS to know what’s going on, and is secretly working to make right his mistake of recusing from NOTHING at the behest of Obama holdovers.

        SURELY Gen. Flynn knew his call with Kislyak was recorded! Surely he didn’t lie about it! Surely both he and the White House were fully aware that the whole thing was a setup and a frame job from the very beginning! So therefore he MUST have taken a dive, in order to allow the Deep State to have enough rope to hang themselves with! And any day now, the trap will be sprung, and President Trump will emerge triumphant over his enemies, who are so brazen they spin the most unconvincing and absurd lies!

        But sadly, things were precisely as they appeared. There was no Stealth Jeff; Rod Rosenstein was not secretly working for Trump to entrap the Deep State. Gen. Flynn did not allow himself to be framed in order to expose the Deep State.

        What happened is President Trump came into office with no loyal team of old government hands, few allies, and little or no support from his party. Literally EVERYONE wanted him gone, the sooner the better. And he was betrayed and undermined at every step of the way. And everything that happened in the attempted coup was so brazen precisely because the Deep State and the UniParty hold all the cards, and they were absolutely determined to run Donald Trump out of town no matter what they had to do. And they didn’t care how obvious it is, nor how thin or absurd the pretext. The national media carried the water and sold the lie, 24-7-365 for the last 4 years, and the bitter angry Democrats believe every word of it because they WANT to believe. For the same reason why our side WANTS to believe this was all a clever ruse and not the shitshow it appeared to be.

        Also, don’t forget: Much of the over-the-top outrages committed by the Special Counsel’s office were deliberate provocations intended to goad Trump into intervening, by firing Mueller or taking some other action that would be instantly portrayed as “obstruction of justice.” And THAT would have provided the political cover for the UniParty Republicans to pull a Nixon, and tell Trump he has lost support of his party in Congress and he is now faced with the decision to either resign, or else be impeached and the votes are there in Senate to convict.

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  36. Ed Holder says:

    Thanks for the article, Sundance. Well-timed for us Alabama voters this Tuesday. Whoever has the most distance from Mueller’s team needs the vote.


    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      Trump has endorsed Tuberville. This is who Alabamans should choose.

      Supporting Trump should be our #1 goal right now. Re-electing him and winning GOP House and Senate majorities will be our #1 goal on Nov 3.


      • mayflowerchild says:

        Gotta admit, I’m extremely disappointed that Trump says he’s going to give Dreamers a pathway to citizenship. Sounds like a GWBush maneuver to me.


        • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:


          So you’re “extremely disappointed”. What are you going to do now? Not vote for Trump? Vote for BIden instead?

          Liked by 1 person

          • LFOD603 says:

            Agree mayflowerchild! President Trump keeps allowing himself to be lead around by the nose by DS Billy – oh look another Bush connection- and its going to lead him exactly were Barr wants him – to the narrowest of defeats in November. Looks like the DS bought themselves a second insurance policy.


        • Jorizabeth says:

          He hasn’t said WHAT that path might look like! He’s not going to give away the ranch on this.

          Liked by 3 people

          • anniesezso says:

            This is what he said in an Arizona campaign speech in 2016, “You cannot obtain legal status or become a citizen of the United States by illegally entering our country. Can’t do it.”


        • doyouseemyvision says:

          Let’s wait and see the details. It’s not going to be a giveaway and he won’t do anything to cheapen US citizenship. A path to citizenship means they have to do some stuff first. Let’s see what Trump will require of them. Devil’s in the details.

          I was, however, shocked to see HOW MANY countries are represented by DACA recipients. Seems like everyone and his brother has signed up. Kinda shocking.

          Click to access daca_population_data.pdf

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        • Linda K. says:

          I think Trump wanted to make deal on the wall and include the dreamers path to citizenship right after he was elected. We had crying Chuck and the dems refusing a deal and lying Paul Ryan giving up Trump’s advantage. Hate that Paul Ryan.


      • lolli says:

        Super elite covfefe 🇺🇸
        Vote Tuberville.

        Liked by 2 people

  37. Jeffrey Coley says:

    Read the above, and know that Jeff Sessions WITH FULL KNOWLEDGE that he had been lied to and hoodwinked into recusing by corrupt Obama holdovers; and knowing full well that Rosenstein was acting unlawfully and in violation of DOJ policy appointing a Special Counsel to head up a counterintelligence investigation where no crime is alleged; seeing the daily assault on the President staged from this redoubt; and despite the loud and repeated public (and no doubt private) exhortations of the President himself to STEP UP AND DO YOUR JOB; remained recused because a gentleman doesn’t go back on his word, even when he knows he’s been conned.

    Jeff Sessions was manifestly unfit for the position of Attorney General. And we now know as well that his #2, DAG Rod Rosenstein, was likewise unfit for his post.

    If Jeff Sessions was worth a damn as AG he would have called Rosenstein on the carpet immediately, rescinded the Special Counsel appointment, and then fired Rosenstein. Of course the political fallout would have been intense. But any LESS intense than the Russia hoax that culminated in an impeachment and to this day has half the country believing that President Trump is a foreign agent who “colluded” with enemies of the United States to steal the 2016 presidential election?

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  38. hokkoda says:

    Just add Roger Stone to the stack of “it is only disallowed when Trump does it.”

    Liked by 3 people

  39. rah says:

    Hey Mueller and Rosenstein! No matter how hard you try, you simply can’t get past this one sentence from the Mueller Report:
    “We did not establish that members of the Trump campaign conspired with the Russian government in it’s activities”

    End of story.

    Liked by 8 people

  40. Kimi says:

    Also, Shawn Henry (Head of Crowdstrike, the company that “investigated” the “hacking” of the DNC), testified in early 2017 that they NEVER found evidence of exfiltration of the e-mails. He stated, under oath, that his company DIDN’T KNOW who “hacked” them. He further stated that there was evidence of internal download (Seth Rich, maybe?!?) but no evidence of the e-mails being hacked from outside sources. It’s in the transcripts from the closed door hearings. 🤔

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  41. Drogers says:

    Someone tell needledick he had his chance to be a Patriot and was found lacking.

    Nobody gives a spit about his opinions now.

    Liked by 1 person

  42. bulwarker says:

    Nearly 4 years and 0 indictments. Anyone who still “trusts the plan” can’t see our side never had one. The president was talked into protecting the institutions instead of delivering justice, and it will likely cost him his job.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      If Barr were protecting the institutions, why would he appoint Durham (and the other guy who is now working the investigation) and why would he go on record, in public interviews, to give us updates? He didn’t need to do this.

      Also, it would be nice if you would support our fine President instead of claiming, indirectly even, that he’s a sucker. Was talked into protecting the institutions? Trump?

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  43. Jeffrey Coley says:

    Jerome Corsi is an associate of Stone and was caught up in the same WikiLeaks investigation with Roger. He describes, in great detail, how the Special Counsel pressured him to lie about President Trump and threatened him with perjury for having to amend his testimony after reviewing documents that were not available to him during his initial questioning (which is common, a witness answers to the best of his knowledge and recollection and then corrects details after reviewing contemporaneous documents.)

    Corsi refused to lie, and he steadfastly resisted the threats to charge him with perjury because he hadn’t committed perjury. Eventually the Special Counsel dropped the investigation into Corsi after he accumulated hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal bills.

    Corsi says he urged Roger to tell the truth, but Roger is a bullshitter and a braggart. During the 2016 campaign he alluded to having special inside knowledge of what information WikiLeaks had, and was going to release. That was a lie; he had no such information but had great fun convincing people he did, ginning up interest in the upcoming releases. When questioned about these tall tales Roger didn’t conceal his contempt for the Russian collusion hoax. He deliberately lied to investigators, presumably on the grounds that they deserved to be lied to. And THAT is what he was convicted of doing: Lying to investigators about the lies he told during 2016. Nothing to do with Russia, or hacking, or spying, or stealing information. He was convicted to lying about lying.

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    • The Gipper Lives says:

      Bob Mueller, however, lied to Congress out of professional courtesy.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Due Gonzalez says:

      some lies require a SWAT team , gag orders, and lengthy prison sentences, while others (so many to choose from) like Hillarys lies, Schiffs lies, Kavanagh accusers etc etc, are overlooked and not punished. This is not justice. Neither is it justice to have the entire force of the Marxist cabal use unconstitutional practices to create their criminal case. Stone was not treated justly by our system. They used the entire force of the globalist cabal to destroy a man because he supported President Trump. If we had a system of justice in this country, we would not be having this discussion.

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  44. sDee says:

    Now that lying to the government is a Federal crime. I think the US justice system could be streamlined:

    1 – Arrest any of us who opposes the State, exposes the State or defends the Bill of Rights. The actual charge is irrelevant.
    2 – Let social media establish the presumption of guilt.
    3 – A plea of guilty leads to a prison sentence for the original charge
    3 – Pleading not guilty would be lying to the Court about one’s guilt and leads to a prison sentence for lying to the State.

    Heck the whole process from start to finish would not even take a week.

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  45. Jason Ross says:

    The average swing state voter has no idea who Roger Stone is, let alone Rod Rosenstein. Hopefully the left spends even more time and energy getting caught up in this drama. POTUS has won this round.

    Liked by 1 person

  46. thehawkeyehoneypot says:

    His name was seth rich

    Liked by 3 people

  47. SomeDemsDidSomething says:

    Is there any doubt the Special Counsel deliberations had an impact on the 2018 elections? RR started the ball rolling and cost Republicans the House.

    Liked by 1 person

  48. Back to Basics says:

    “Take away the “Russia hacked the DNC emails” narrative and suddenly the entire premise of the special counsel collapses on itself.”

    Seems like the PERFECT place to concentrate fire in the very, VERY short amount of time left.

    The declassifications and other revelations have been chipping away at the periphery, nibbling at the edges of the crime. Time to go for the throat–take out the underpinning of the entire enterprise.

    Two benefits from focusing ALL efforts on exposing the truth about Seth Rich and the DNC emails:

    – First, it destroys the entire narrative of the past four years.
    – Second, at least some on the left will wake up when they are shown that their leaders murdered one of their own.

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    • botchedcasuality says:

      I agree with: ‘ First, it destroys the entire narrative of the past four years.‘

      I’d argue against the Second: at least some on the left will wake up when they are shown that their leaders murdered one of their own. I figure it’s like Star Chamber, they all know snd the chosen few vote and once the victim is sentenced they send out the order to the henchman. It doesn’t matter how if it’s a story dropped to the press or a death decree, it’s just Politics!


  49. Alex Pazzo says:

    The translator turned fighter in Saving Ryans Privates issss Rod Rosenrat.
    Weak, ineffectual, allows others to be killed

    Liked by 2 people

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