Why Fire Dana Boente?…

Do you now understand how the Mueller team, the 17 hired members of the legal resistance operation, were running the DOJ from May 2017 through April 2019? If no, go back through the archives and catch up. If so, invest yourself and read on…

There was an ongoing cover-up operation with its origin going back to June, July and August of 2018 led by the Mueller team, Deputy AG Rosenstein, AAG John C Demers and FBI chief legal counsel Dana Boente.  That cover-up continues through today; though there are indications of accountability. Not strong enough in my opinion; but they do exist.

What is John Durham’s hold up?

Well, first we need to focus on the players…

Start by reminding yourself of a series of documents released by the Senate Judiciary Committee on April 17, 2020. [SEE HERE] Within the release there is a rather alarming letter from the DOJ to the FISA Court dated July 2018. [Link to Letter]

BACKGROUND – After the FISA Court reviewed the December 9, 2019, inspector general report, the FISC ordered the DOJ-NSD to declassify and release documents related to the Carter Page FISA application. In January the FISA court ordered the DOJ and FBI to release certain materials making them public for the first time.

That FISA court order is what led to the Bill Barr DOJ submitting documents to the Senate Judiciary Committee. That court order is what led to the judiciary committee (Senator Lindsey Graham) releasing those documents.   The 2020 FISA court was forcing sunlight on the DOJ and FBI.  AG Bill Barr is not adverse to this sunlight; but everyone else, including the players from 2017-2019 who were running Main Justice, are.

In the cover letter for this specific release to the Senate Judiciary and Senate Intelligence committees, the Bill Barr DOJ cites the January 7, 2020, FISA court order:

Keep in mind that prior to this release only the FISA court had seen this letter from the DOJ-National Security Division (DOJ-NSD), as transmitted by the Mueller resistance unit.

As we walk through the alarming content of this 2018 letter I think you’ll identify the motive behind the FISC order to release it.

First, the letter in question was sent by the DOJ-NSD to the FISA Court on July 12, 2018. It is critical to keep the date of the letter in mind as we review the content. Remember, the Mueller resistance unit was in control.

Aside from the date the important part of the first page is the motive for sending it. The DOJ (Mueller resistance unit) is telling the court in July 2018: based on what they know the FISA application still contains “sufficient predication for the Court to have found probable cause” to approve the Carter Page FISA application. The DOJ (Team Mueller) is defending the Carter Page FISA application as still valid.

However, it is within the justification of the application that alarm bells are found. On page six the letter identifies the primary participants behind the FISA redactions:

As you can see: Christopher Steele is noted as “Source #1”. Glenn Simpson of Fusion-GPS is noted as “identified U.S. person” or “business associate”; and Perkins Coie is the “U.S-based law firm.”

Now things get very interesting.

On page #8 when discussing Christopher Steele’s sub-source, the DOJ notes the FBI found him to be truthful and cooperative.

This is an incredibly misleading statement to the FISA court because what the letter doesn’t say is that 18-months earlier the sub-source, also known in the IG report as the “primary sub-source”, informed the FBI that the material attributed to him in the dossier was essentially junk.

Let’s look at how the IG report frames the primary sub-source, and specifically notice the FBI contact and questioning took place in January 2017 (we now know that date to be January 12, 2017):

Those interviews with Steele’s primary sub-source took place in January, March and May of 2017; and clearly the sub-source debunked the content of the dossier itself.

Those interviews were 18-months, 16-months and 14-months ahead of the July 2018 Mueller Team letter to the FISC.

The Mueller Team (DOJ-NSD) says the sub-source was “truthful and cooperative” but the DOJ doesn’t tell the court the content of the truthfulness and cooperation. Why?

Keep in mind this letter to the court was written by AAG John Demers in July 2018.

Jeff Sessions was Attorney General, Rod Rosenstein was Deputy AG; Christopher Wray was/is FBI Director, David Bowditch was/is Deputy, and Dana Boente was/is FBI chief-legal-counsel; the Mueller resistance unit controlled the DOJ and everything that touched upon a total any of at least TEN ongoing DOJ investigations.

Why would the Mueller Team (DOJ-NSD) not be forthcoming with the FISA court about the primary sub-source?  This level of disingenuous withholding of information speaks to an institutional motive. Mueller team is in control.

By July 2018 the DOJ clearly knew the dossier was full of fabrications, yet Mueller’s resistance unit withheld that information from the court and said the predicate was still valid. Why?

It doesn’t take a deep-weeds-walker to identify the DOJ motive.

In July 2018 Robert Mueller’s investigation was at its apex, the resistance unit is in charge, Bob Mueller was a “dear friend” of current AG Bill Barr. Mueller was a figure-head, a face in name only, selected to give credibility to an internal occupation of the DOJ by a resistance unit adverse to the interests of justice.

This letter justifying the FISA application, and claiming the current information would still be a valid predicate therein, speaks to the 2018 Mueller Team needing to retain the validity of the FISA warrant…. My researched suspicion, now confirmed, was that the DOJ needed to protect evidence Mueller had already extracted from their fraudulent FISA authority.

That’s the motive for sending a fraudulent letter to the FISA court.

In July 2018 if the DOJ-NSD had admitted the FISA application and all renewals were fatally flawed Robert Mueller would have needed to withdraw any evidence gathered as a result of its exploitation. The Mueller probe would have suffered severe scrutiny. The DOJ in 2018 was protecting Mueller’s poisoned fruit. The DOJ was being run by the resistance.

If the DOJ had been honest with the court, there’s a strong possibility some, perhaps much, of Mueller evidence gathering would have been invalidated… and cases were pending. The solution: mislead the court and claim the predication was still valid.

This is not simply a hunch, because that motive also speaks to why the FISC would order the current DOJ to release the letter.

Remember, in December 2019 the FISC received the IG Horowitz report; and they would have immediately noted the disparity between what IG Horowitz outlined about the FBI investigating Steele’s sub-source, as contrast against what the DOJ (Mueller Team) told them in July 2018. [Not coincidentally this is when Team Mueller released the FISA application to the public under the fraudulent premise of a FOIA release. They released the exact copies of the previously leaked FISA]

The DOJ letter (July 2018) is a transparent misrepresentation when compared to the information in the Horowitz report (Dec 2019). Hence, the court orders the DOJ THIS YEAR to release the July 2018 letter so that everyone, including congressional oversight and the public can see the misrepresentation.

The court was misled; now everyone can see it.

We can see it.

The content of that DOJ-NSD letter, and the subsequent disparity, points to an institutional cover-up; and as a consequence the FISC also ordered the DOJ to begin an immediate sequestration effort to find all the evidence from the fraudulent FISA application. The proverbial fruit from the poisonous tree…. And yes, that is ongoing.

Moving on… Two more big misstatements within the July letter appear on page #9. The first is the DOJ (Team Mueller) claiming that only after the application was filed did they become aware of Christopher Steele working for Fusion-GPS and knowing his intent was to create opposition research for the Hillary Clinton campaign. See the top of the page.

According to the DOJ-NSD claim the number four ranking official in the DOJ, Bruce Ohr, never told them he was acting as a conduit for Christopher Steele to the FBI. While that claim is hard to believe, in essence what the DOJ-NSD is saying in that paragraph is that the FBI hoodwinked the DOJ-NSD by not telling them where the information for the FISA application was coming from. The DOJ, via John Demers (writing for the resistance), is blaming the FBI.

The second statement, equally as incredulous, is at the bottom of page nine where the DOJ (Team Mueller) claims they had no idea Bruce Ohr was talking to the FBI throughout the entire time any of the FISA applications were being submitted. October 2016 through June 2017.

In essence the claim there is that Bruce Ohr was working with the FBI and never told anyone in the DOJ throughout 2016 and all the way past June 29th of 2017. That denial seems rather unlikely; however, once again the DOJ-NSD is putting the FBI in the crosshairs and claiming they knew nothing about the information pipeline.

Bruce Ohr, whose wife was working for Fusion-GPS and assisting Christopher Steele with information, was interviewed by the FBI over a dozen times as he communicated with Steele and fed his information to the FBI. Yet the DOJ (Team Mueller) claims they knew nothing about it.

Again, just keep in mind this claim by the DOJ-NSD is being made in July 2018, six months after Bruce Ohr was demoted twice (December 2017 and January 2018). If what the DOJ is saying is true, well, the FBI was completely off-the-rails and rogue.

Neither option speaks well about the integrity of either institution; and quite frankly I never bought the DOJ-NSD spin. Why? The reason is simple, the DOJ is claiming in the letter the predication was still valid… if the DOJ-NSD genuinely didn’t know about the FBI manipulation, they would be informing the court in 2018 the DOJ no longer supported the FISA application due to new information. They did not do that. Instead, in July 2018, the Mueller-led resistance unit specifically told the court the predicate was valid, yet the DOJ-NSD knew it was not.

The last point about the July 2018 letter is perhaps the most jarring. Again, keep in mind when it was written Chris Wray is FBI Director, David Bowditch is Deputy and Dana Boente is FBI chief legal counsel.

Their own FBI reports, by three different INSD and IG investigations; had turned up seriously alarming evidence going back to the early 2017 time-frame; the results of which ultimately led to the DC FBI office losing all of their top officials; and knowing the letter itself was full of misleading and false information about FBI knowledge in/around Christopher Steele; this particular sentence is alarming:

“The FBI has reviewed this letter and confirmed its factual accuracy?”

Really?

As we have just shared, the July 2018 letter itself is filled with factual inaccuracies, misstatements and intentional omissions. So who exactly did the 2018 “reviewing”?

This declassification release raised more questions than any other in recent memory. It seems likely now this release inspired AG Bill Barr to start asking some rather hard questions to FBI Director Christopher Wray. That’s where Dana Boente’s participation with the group in 2017, 2018 and 2019 comes in to play.

WASHINGTON DC – After a 38-year career with the Justice Department, the FBI’s top lawyer Dana Boente was asked to resign on Friday. Two sources familiar with the decision to dismiss Boente said it came from high levels of the Justice Department rather than directly from FBI Director Christopher Wray.

Here’s the Full Letter. I strongly suggest everyone read the 14-pages slowly. If you know the background, this letter is infuriating…

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It is not accidental the fraudulent letter to the FISA court was written on July 12, 2018.

This is the exact same timeframe when the Mueller Team and FBI were involved in two other operations. These are two distinct cover-up operations carried out by the resistance unit to protect their prior activity.

The position of Bill Barr today is a direct result of decisions made by the DOJ (Team Mueller) in the summer of 2018. The events surrounding the March 17, 2017, leaking of the FISA warrant used against U.S. person Carter Page, and the 2018 DOJ decision not to prosecute SSCI Security Director James Wolfe for those leaks, was the fork in the road moment for the DOJ. The Mueller team coordinated the process.

This was the point of no return…

This is when every downstream action had to be taken to cover-up these decisions…

Everything since has been designed to protect three specific cover-up operations…

In the summer of 2018 Attorney General Jeff Session was recused, Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein was in charge and the Mueller investigation was ongoing. That was when the DOJ made a decision not to prosecute SSCI Security Director James Wolfe for leaking classified information (The Page FISA Warrant).

As a result of people at the highest level of power and authority making a decision to protect themselves and the gross abuses of power by current and former DC officials and politicians…. DC-based U.S. Attorney Jessie Liu signed-off on a plea deal where Wolfe plead guilty to only a single count of lying to the FBI.

If the DOJ had pursued the case against Wolfe for leaking the FISA application, everything would have been different. The American electorate would have seen evidence of what was taking place in the background effort to remove President Trump. We would be in an entirely different place today if that prosecution or trial had taken place.

Three events revealed the Wolfe issue and highlight the cover-up:

EVENT ONE – On February 9th, 2018, the media reported on text messages from 2017 between Senate Intelligence Committee Vice-Chairman Mark Warner and Chris Steele’s lawyer, a lobbyist named Adam Waldman.

EVENT TWO – Four months after the Mark Warner texts were made public, on June 8th, 2018, another headline story surfaced. An indictment for Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Security Director James Wolfe was unsealed on June 7th, 2018.

EVENT THREE – Slightly less than two months after release of the Wolfe indictment, another headline story. On July 21st, 2018, the DOJ/FBI declassified and publicly released the FISA application(s) used against former Trump campaign advisor Carter Page.

♦ Later on December 14th 2018 a fourth albeit buried public release confirmed everything. The FBI filed a sentencing recommendation proving it was the Carter Page FISA that was leaked by Wolfe:

So on July 12, 2018, the DOJ and FBI were lying to the FISA court; and telling the court there was reasonable justification for the Carter Page FISA warrant, when they knew that was false. At the same time the DOJ resistance unit and FBI were initiating processes to cover SSCI Security Director James Wolfe leaking the FISA application to the media.

But wait it gets worse….

Simultaneous to the decision to mislead the court; and simultaneous to the decision-making regarding Wolfe; there was yet another (a third) Robert Mueller resistance unit cover-up effort that was also necessary to retain the origin of the Russia-collusion fraud.

To further understand the decision-making of the resistance, and purposeful utility of Rosenstein & Liu as to why they hid the James Wolfe leak, it is important to note the DOJ in the Eastern District of Virginia was creating the cover-story to block sunlight on the origin of how Wikileaks gained the leaked DNC emails.

On April 11th, 2019, the Julian Assange indictment was unsealed in the EDVA. From the indictment we discover it was under seal since March 6th, 2018:

(Link to pdf)

On Tuesday April 15th 2019 more investigative material was released. Again, note the dates: Grand Jury, *December of 2017* This means FBI investigation prior to….

The FBI investigation took place prior to December 2017, it was coordinated through the Eastern District of Virginia (EDVA) where Dana Boente was U.S. Attorney at the time. The grand jury indictment was sealed from March of 2018 until after Mueller completed his investigation, April 2019.

How does this all connect?

What does it mean?

James Wolfe was confronted about his leaking by the FBI in December of 2017. At the same time the FBI were investigating Wolfe and the SSCI, the FBI was also investigating Wikileaks and Julian Assange. This matters because it shows what the mindset was within the resistance unit of the DOJ in late 2017 and early 2018.

In both examples, Wolfe and Assange, the actions by the Mueller team reflect a predisposition to hide the much larger background story:

• An honest and ordinary prosecution of Wolfe would have exposed a complicit conspiracy between corrupt U.S. intelligence actors, the United States senate intelligence committee, and the resistance unit now running the DOJ. Two branches of government essentially working on one objective; the removal of a sitting president. The Mueller team was protecting multiple U.S. agencies, allied in the resistance cause, and their comrades in congress.

• Additionally, a non-prosecution of Julian Assange would have exposed a complicit conspiracy between corrupt U.S. intelligence actors and a host of political interests who created a fraudulent Russia-collusion conspiracy with the central component of Russia “hacking” the DNC. If Assange were allowed to show he received the DNC emails from a leaker, and not from a hack, the central component of the Russia interference narrative would collapse. The Mueller team decision protected multiple U.S. agencies and the fraudulent auspices of the Robert Mueller appointment.

As soon as the team were set to release their Russia report, the EDVA activated their prior cover-up operation; and shut down Assange with the DOJ indictment; in a similar way the DOJ shut down Wolfe with a weak plea agreement.

Again, the key takeaway here is the timing. Both DOJ operations were taking place at the same time (Fall 2017 through spring/summer 2018). Both hold a similar purpose.

What we can see from both DOJ operations is an intentional effort by Main Justice, now being run by Team Mueller, not to expose the epicenter of a multi-branch effort against the White House.

Some people within the FBI were obviously participating along with people within the DOJ. However, not all Washington DC FBI agents/officials were involved. We know there were genuine investigators, at least in the Wolfe case, because their investigative evidence shows Wolfe was leaking classified information. If they did not present the investigative evidence that proves Wolfe leaked, quite simply we wouldn’t have it to show you.

This buried attachment (from the supervisory FBI special agent who conducted the investigation) was attached to the DOJ sentencing memorandum for James Wolfe.   This statement under oath was sworn by the FBI agent on December 14, 2018:

The FBI swears under penalty of perjury:

…”because the known disclosure of classified information –the FISA application– involved an FBI equity”…

This is after the same FBI special agent outlined how the leak took place in the Wolfe indictment; which was subsequently shaped by the Mueller team to hide it.   He refused to accept the corruption that allowed Wolfe to escape.  Ten months after the FBI presented their investigative files to the DOJ to begin grand jury proceedings; the FBI special agent wasn’t going to let them plead out Wolfe without again affirming the truth.

In hindsight we can see the corrupt influences of the resistance operation within the DOJ because the direct and concrete FBI evidence against Wolfe was buried.

The high-level resistance group inside the DOJ in Washington DC, in the Summer of 2018, was making decisions on what NOT to do; and who not to prosecute. .

These two events highlight corruption and how much control was held by the Mueller team within the DOJ despite the presence of AG Jeff Sessions (firewalled and recused) and apparently with the willfully blind participation of Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein.

The decisions in the Wolfe case are critical. That’s the fork in the road. If the Wolfe prosecution for leaking the FISA application had continued it would have undoubtedly surfaced that key government officials and politicians were working together (executive and legislative); to frame a sitting president and remove him from office.

The Wolfe leak had that purposeful design.

The ramifications of the Wolfe case are stunning. Had the prosecution continued it’s very likely a seditious conspiracy would have surfaced.

♦ I often field a question: If you know this; if all of this information is in the public sphere; then why didn’t any member of the media cover it?

Here’s the answer: They couldn’t….

…..At least they couldn’t cover it and still retain all of the claims they had been making since March 2017 when journalist Ali Watkins gained a fully non-redacted copy of the Carter Page FISA application and first renewal.

Politico, The New York Times, CNN, MSNBC and The Washington Post are all implicated in the James Wolfe leak to Ali Watkins. They had the FISA information since March 2017, yet those media outlets were disingenuously falsifying their reporting on the actual content of the FISA application despite their actual knowledge.

Remember all of the media denials about what Devin Nunes wrote in the “Nunes memo”? Remember the media proclaiming the Steele Dossier was not part of the FISA application?

How was the media fifteen months later (July 2018) going to report on the Wolfe leak to Watkins without admitting they had been manufacturing stories about its content for the past year-and-a-half?

It was in the media’s interest NOT to cover, or dig into, the Wolfe story. The media were allied with the resistance unit which was leaking them information to retain the fraud.

Additionally, from both the DOJ and Media perspective, coverage of the Wolfe leak would prove the senate intel committee (SSCI) was, at a minimum, a participating entity in the coup effort. That same SSCI is responsible for oversight over the CIA, FBI, DOJ-NSD, ODNI, DNI, and all intelligence agencies.

Worse yet, all officers within those agencies require confirmation from the SSCI (including Chair and Vice-Chair); and any discussion of the Wolfe leak would highlight the motive for ongoing corruption within the SSCI in blocking those nominations (see John Ratcliffe).

WASHINGTON—Members of the Senate Intelligence Committee have been notified they may be asked for testimony as part of the criminal trial of a veteran Senate staffer accused of lying to the FBI while working for the panel.

Attorneys for James A. Wolfe sent letters to all 15 senators on the committee, notifying them that their testimony may be sought as part of Mr. Wolfe’s defense, according to two people familiar with the matter.

Mr. Wolfe, who for nearly 30 years served as the director of security for the intelligence committee, was arrested last month and charged with lying to the FBI about his contacts with reporters while the bureau was conducting an investigation into leaks of classified information to journalists. Mr. Wolfe wasn’t charged with leaking any information.  (July 27, 2018)

Stunning ramifications.

There was a clear fork in the road, and the resistance unit running the DOJ constructed the cover-up; which, considering what the special counsel resistance unit was simultaneously doing with the EDVA regarding Assange, is not entirely surprising.

Were the special counsel (resistance) decisions done with forethought to coverup a transparent trail showing gross abuses of government? Yes.

Where the DOJ is today, under AG Barr, is directly connected to the decisions the resistance operations made in 2017 and 2018 to protect themselves and internally corrupt actors from discovery.

It is often said: “the coverup is always worse than the crime.” This is never more true than with these examples, because where we are today… now miles down the path of consequence from those corrupt decisions… is seemingly disconnected from the ability of any institutional recovery. That’s now become the issue for Bill Barr and John Durham.

So what happened recently? Well…

WASHINGTON DC – After a 38-year career with the Justice Department, the FBI’s top lawyer Dana Boente was asked to resign on Friday. Two sources familiar with the decision to dismiss Boente said it came from high levels of the Justice Department rather than directly from FBI Director Christopher Wray.

Considering the decision about Dana Boente came from John Durham and Bill Barr, this removal makes sense.

But what about the FBI investigator, the Supervisory Special Agent, who invested over a year tracking down classified intelligence leaks, only to have the Mueller team bury the case?

(source)

[…] “During the OIG’s investigation the SSA and the FBI entered into a mediated settlement agreement”.

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Sorry bitches, we are not going to let you hide it again.

We know; if the DOJ is trying to hide it that doesn’t change our level of information.

Regardless of whether John Durham or Bill Barr actually admit what took place, there are people who know…

We know….

You know….

Soon everyone will know.

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601 Responses to Why Fire Dana Boente?…

  1. Ackman419 says:

    As my libtard, Progressive FIL would say,
    “It’s not the crime; It’s the coverup.”

    Lol
    Exactly.

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    • Judith says:

      And what does the *coverup* prove? Why, it proves *INTENT,* to be precise, because they *knew* they had a reason to hide their TREASONOUS activities. Otherwise, there wouldn’t have been a coverup ..ie.. a concerted effort among the seemingly disparate entities, to obfuscate and suppress the truth.

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  2. Vera says:

    Everyone ‘knowing’ while “the DoJ declines to prosecute” makes ‘knowing’ of no practical significance.
    None of these perps will actually get charged with what they did.

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  3. jb says:

    If I read you correctly, it means that Senator Mark Warner deserves, at best, a 30 year jail sentence; at worst, a firing squad for treason.

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    • Tim says:

      in america treason is working with 1 foreign entities to 2 illegally overthrow the US govt at 3 time of war, the penalty is death. without all 3 elements its sedition. Senator tried to contact “ex” british spy , Christopher Steel, but failed. ( lucky for the Senator )

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      • MVW says:

        We are in an undeclared war, we are fighting for our lives and being stabbed in the back.

        Call it sedition call it bacon or moon dust, It is war undeclared or not, and our Republic is on the brink.

        So, legally or not, morally it is TREASON. (and the Chief Justice Roberts is BENT… and is a$$hoe).

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      • RePete says:

        Then Glen, Bruce and Nelly must hang. As with any others who have conspired with foreign powers to overthrow our elected leaders.

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      • spinoneone says:

        Senator Graham should be standing the the dock right beside Senator Warner. They both conspired to overthrow the elected President of the United States and Graham continues the effort today.

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      • jx says:

        Aaron Burr – charged with treason 1807, US was not at war
        John Brown – hanged for treason 1859, US was not at war
        Dozens of miners in West Virginia arrested for treason 1921, US was not at war

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      • jb says:

        1. Ukraine, Rusisia, China.
        2. To overthrow.
        3. Define “when we are at war” and “with whom”

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    • spreston13 says:

      This is journalism of the highest order.

      Liked by 16 people

      • Mark L. says:

        I don’t think this is taught in school anymore. A dying craft.

        Liked by 5 people

      • 28angelica28 says:

        This is journalism the likes of which today’s Main Stream Media is completely unaware. They are so willfully compliant because they are so guilty. Once again, they have done that which they have screamed from the mountaintops that President Trump is guilty of.

        In reading this, I can only think of tying 3 stories together. First is Watergate. This goes to Sundance’s statement about the cover-up being worse than the crime. Second is told in License to Lie and chronicles all the truly dirty deeds of Andrew Weissmann and his co-conspirators. This has gone on for YEARS without consequence for a man that truly gives attorneys a dirty reputation. It also lays a foundation for what Judge Sullivan is doing today. He has shown his true colors in that, while Sidney Powell has praised him for what he did with Anderson and with Senator Stevens, we must remember that he didn’t do the right thing with Senator Stevens until after the Senator had lost his re-election bid. Justice delayed is justice undone. The third is the Duke Lacrosse case and how a rogue prosecutor sought to destroy three young men with race and class being the vehicles. Had it not been for the undercover work of KC Johnson, those 3 young men would likely be in the position Paul Manafort is in today. They were railroaded and evidence was “suppressed”. That DA did everything in his leftist power to destroy those players and to lay waste to the reputations of the other players as well. That story brings to bear something else happening today. My radar went up during this pandemic when I heard that Labcorp was a major player in testing. Labcorp was also a major in the Duke LAX case. It was Labcorp that entered into an agreement with the rogue prosecutor to deliberately hide exculpatory evidence from the player’s attorneys. It took the digging and delving of a young associate in one of the firm’s to learn about DNA testing and to expose the fact that totally illicit and unconscionable methods were used to try to persuade a jury of the guilt of innocent young men. Fortunately the diligence of the young lawyer and the work of KC Johnson prevented that debacle from ever reaching trial.
        As a sidebar, the affiliation of Labcorp with the CoVid-19 testing does give me pause to question the number of positive cases. They aligned with the radicals in the Duke LAX case when a scandal of race and sex was politically advantageous so why not now? The media was fully vested in the LAX scandal. Fully vested. They had convicted these young men as soon as they were named. They played the race card and the class card on a daily basis. Sound familiar? This is why when I see “journalist or journalism” mentioned with the Main Stream Media, I fully concur with President Trump in their designation as Fake News

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        • 28angelica28 says:

          Sundance is the 2020 version of KC Johnson. Relentless, diligent, precise, probing, accurate, thorough, deliberate, pensive, exhaustive, a wordsmith, analytical, meticulous are all descriptors of the preeminent investigative reporter of this decade and possibly this century!

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        • Issy says:

          28angelica28: Good post, thanks for the information.

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        • felipe says:

          28angelica:
          There was a good article posted recently regarding the likely inaccuracy of the current PCR swab test that is the standard for all U.S. testing that doesn’t involve blood tests. Basically, said that the accuracy of the PCR test has not been verified, is likely not particularly accurate, and probably accounts for the huge percentage of people who are testing “positive” but are asymptomatic. Apparently, this is one of the signatures of a faulty PCR test.

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      5. FBI leadership also took the step of personally notifying the SSCI CHAIR and Vice Chair of the investigation.
      Chair is Burr (or was)
      Vice Chair is Warner

      Burr knew it all as did others on SSCI. (It was Rubio that covered for Warner’s texts)
      Ironically, it was Burr that stepped aside as Chair. (And Rubio was rewarded)

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    • Greeneghis Khan says:

      can we switch the best and worst modifiers?

      😉

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  4. tax2much says:

    Just when I think you can’t get more amazing, you do. Thanks Sundance. You are a true American patriot.

    Liked by 24 people

  5. T2020 says:

    My head would spin from all the corruption perpetrated right under our noses, if not for a blessed Sundance who rescued us.

    Liked by 13 people

    • Sundance has informed us; he hasn’t rescued us…….yet!
      That is a compliment to SD – not a criticism.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Alleycats says:

        Correct. Sundance is teaching us how to rescue ourselves!

        Liked by 2 people

      • Winston says:

        There are entire books written about this scandal. Unless SD has the authority to do no-knock raids on everyone involved including members of Congress, the DOJ and subordinate agencies, the NSA and CIA, and then the ability to prosecute based upon what he’s found and what was said under interrogation, SD just further proves that ignorance is bliss.

        Unfortunately, ignorance is no longer a possibility for those of us here. However, just making sure that Trump is reelected is our only hope anyway. The system is NOT going to correct itself. That should be obvious by now.

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  6. Greg1 says:

    “We know; if the DOJ is trying to hide it that doesn’t change our level of information.

    Regardless of whether John Durham or Bill Barr actually admit what took place, there are people who know…

    We know….

    You know….

    Soon everyone will know.”

    It cannot be said any more clearly than that.

    It also appears that people who know……….are talking.

    If they go so far as to talk, they will have already provided documentation.

    It looks about time for even more painful truth telling.

    Keep going, Sundance.

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    • taxpayer here says:

      The ‘soon everyone will know’ is what I’ve been waiting for. Every morning I hope to catch Breaking News on at least one of the coup key players getting hauled off to jail. Instead, I read the backwards, upside bs that takes front and center headlines.

      We need justice.
      Trump 2020

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      • popjoey says:

        We need Durham to bring the indictments- the media won’t be able to deep six that.
        Mueller appeared to have been a puppet for the deep staters pulling the strings- the parallel with Biden is uncanny. This election is the most important of my lifetime- if Trump is turned out the deep state is in full cover up and too powerful- we must win.

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      • popjoey says:

        We need Durham to bring the indictments- the media won’t be able to deep six that.
        Mueller appeared to have been a puppet for the deep staters pulling the strings- the parallel with Biden is uncanny. This election is the most important of my lifetime- if Trump is turned out the deep state is in full cover up and too powerful- we must win.

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      • When one of the Mexican cartels invaded a town there and shot up the law enforcement there (I vaguely recall, it involved federal, not just local police being shot up), it became clear to me that the drug cartels were sending the specific message to the Mexican government: Our culture is the dominant culture, and all must obey US. I mentioned this at the time in comments here and at American Thinker, but I never saw resonance by others.

        But the same thing is going on in America: The traitors (don’t give me that “it’s sedition, not treason” excrement, pedants) are not just a small gang of corrupt high officials. They consider themselves as representing the valid, ruling culture in America. Obama thinks this, because he is one in spirit with the Black Muslims, whose very TENETS are Black Superiority and Black Separatism, the very definition of a dominant culture.

        It is a cult belief, false on its face but religiously believed by the cult members. This is the gooey center of the Insane Left, explaining why Pelosi, Schiff, etc. (and that “etc” of course includes the mainstream media, which is also the very definition of a dominant culture) all can act so crazy yet confidently.

        Everyone not screaming to high heaven about this, is part of the cult/culture’s membership. “Nothing to see here; move along” is their avoidance-behavior motto. This is why there are all those happy commercials spotlighting (a culture of) love (“we’re all in this together”), while promulgating hysteria, over a new flu bug, a manufactured global climate crisis, a “racist” (White) America, and so on and on. And this is what is wrong with Barr, and all of those who have gone before him in all of this.

        But We Know better. It is NOT our culture; it is not a viable culture at all; it is just lies. Just lies, all the way down.

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    • richard verney says:

      “Soon everyone will know.”

      If only that were true. Who is going to tell them? Most Americans do not get their news from websites like this, and the MSM?legacy media, certainly will not be telling their audience about this.

      It is regrettable, but the fact is that only a relatively few people will know all of this, unless someone can purchase a 1 page ad in the NYT, Washington Post etc, a 10 minute advert on CNN etc, and set this all out, and that assumes that the NYT etc and CNC would publish such an ad. No, unfortunately sunlight will not be shed on this.

      Never has the re-election of the sitting President been more important, than in the November elections.

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      • Mrsgiggles44 says:

        Catherine Herridge. Maybe that is why she left Faux News

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      • 28angelica28 says:

        Which is why We the People will become the “distributors” of the fruits of Sundance’s labors. Each one reach one. If every one of us can open the eyes of just one American, think of the difference that Sundance will have made. We are his army. He is our General. When he gives us our marching orders, it will be time to put up or shut up. The choice in 2020 is not only Trump vs Biden, it is freedom versus Socialism.

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      • cantcforest says:

        richard v, I suffer from doubts about a reveal as well. However, I’m more optimistic than I’ve been in some time as PDJT and Sundance have allowed the criminals to keep digging the hole. My new optimism is based on the tone of Sundance’s recent writings. I just don’t see the particulars yet, but we have some very clever and honest people still championing our cause. They seem to be concerned about children.

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    • Jerry Joe says:

      Upon reflection, we are fortunate that Lt. Gen. Flynn has been prosecuted, and still now by the judicuary itself, to the nth degree for such a ‘casual conversation’ with federal law enforcement. Now that the standards and bar (so low) for prosecution (so relentless) has been set as it relates to ‘all things Trump’, those charged by AG Barr to investigate, and prosecute where interpretative criminality has occurred, should be assumed additional coup and cover up participants (aiders and abettors) for failure to act.

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  7. nimrodman says:

    So was Boente the “Senior Official” ;who screwed with the Supervisory Special Agent?

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      “…the FBI made the decision to REASSIGN the Senior Official.”

      If “lacking candor” is DOJ jargon for “lying”
      I suppose…

      “Reassign” could be DOJ slang for “FIRED”

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      • Issy says:

        Krashman: The doj/fbi is like a foreign embassy in the U.S. Not only are they immune from prosecution, but they speak a different language. Unfortunately, they can’t be deported.

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  8. Dutchman says:

    So, in the letter to the FISC, they said the sub-source was truthful and cooperative.
    And that was true. He cooperatively and truthfully told the FBI that all the material attributed to him was pure, unadulterated B.S.

    But hey, he did it in a very cooperative and truthful manner.

    I once beat a lie detector test that way.
    In my head, I parsed the questions and rationalised the truth that was in my answers.

    As a result of that lie detector test, my ‘partner’was not charged….

    So, Mueller was a figurehead, and not really running the investigation that bore his name.

    Sessions, A.G. wasn’t running the DOJ.
    Rosie, his DAG and effectively SUPPOSED to be running the DOJ, wasn’t.
    Weismann and his team were ACTUALLY running DOJ. WHO, then was giving the Weismann team their orders?

    It wasn’t Obama, he was out of office and had little power to exert. Certainly wasn’t current POTUS Trump,….so WHO?

    Somebody with a lot of power, a lot of clout, in D.C. and fully capable of wielding it…..

    Oh miiiiitch!

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    • Nancy Murphy says:

      Obama has been directing the coup from day one which would be Nov. 8, 2016

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    • 28angelica28 says:

      The fact that Mueller was a figurehead was painfully obvious during his Congressional hearing. He obviously knew little to nothing of the entire sleazy “investigation”. Originally I thought it was dementia. I have come to realize that IF he even went in to the “office”, it was only to scribble his name on a few documents and sit around BSing with friends. He had absolutely zero knowledge of or part in the Special Counsel “investigation”. He wasn’t really a figurehead, more like a ventriloquist’s dummy. Weissmann pulled his strings.
      I don’t understand two women in all this and they are the wives of both Mueller and Biden. There must be payoffs much larger than what Cindy McCain got!

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      • Dutchman says:

        I think the reason his testimony was delayed so much, was rehearsals, I guess thats obvious,…but was he rehearsing to ACT like a clueless bumpkin, or not?

        I think he may have been more of a participant than some give him ‘credit’ for, he certainly was ideologically all on board with what they were doing.

        I think he faked his lack of knowledge, to a degree. Beyond that, just as she was supposed to win, they were never supposed to have to actually issue a report.

        They were SUPPOSED to all be FIRED, leading to a TRIAL in the Senate, in which the fact that PDJT fired the mueller team would not have been in dispute, only whether his doing so constituted an impeachable offence.
        And, the plan and goal was for Republicon Senators to SAY they were prepared to vote to convict, in order to push PDJT into resigning, “for good of party and country”.

        Point is, IF their insurance plan coup attempt had worked, Mueller team would have been a footnote, with no actual finished report, and likely no testimony, either.

        “Yes, he fired us!” is about the extent of it.

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      • Peppurr says:

        To me, he had that stare of alzheimers. At times, he exhibited that ‘lost’ look, which is symptomatic. I agree on Weissmann. He has no heart. He has the traits of a psychopath!

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    • Conservative_302 says:

      Great question. Didn’t even occur to me, but this is probably the most important question of all.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Sure,..ORIGINATION and Predicate. HOW did it start, and WHO started it?

        This was not some runaway train, that started up when someone forgot to set the brakes.

        This was PLANNED, it was INTENTIONAL and powerful entities HAD to say “make it so!”
        And, those carrying out the coup, the ‘small group’ HAD to have some inherent assurances that if “it all went off the rails” that powerful entities would protect them from consequences.

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Weismann and Co. didn’t need orders.
      The April 2017 FISA report indicates how far back all this goes.

      She wasn’t supposed to LOSE.

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      • Dutchman says:

        If She wins, NONE of it is necesary. But when she lost, somebody had to have already given the green light.
        “If the unthinkable happens (Trump wins) heres what needs to happen. The House needs to flip, as Impeachment starts in the House, and Ryan can’t be seen as initiating.”
        “Understood”.
        Nanzi will insure House will vote to Impeach, thats no problem. The challenge will be in the Senate. You have to trigger Trump into firing the SC, and hopefully AG and DAG, as well. Then we can invoke the whole “shades of Watergate” and McConnell can do his whole act in front of the cameras, solemly saying “No one is above the law, not even POTUS”.
        Then,…we’ll have Lindsey cozy up to DJT, he’s good at being a phony ‘friend’,…he’ll stick the knife in, telling him Senate Republicans are prepared to vote to convict, good of party/country, you know.”

        “Sure, but suppose it goes ‘off the rails’; suppose we are exposed?”
        “Well, first off, Treason is off the table, cause that requires involvement of a Congressionally declared enemy, and there ain’t one, except the nebulous ‘terrorism’, lol.
        Secondly, Sedition is off the table, cause no one is talking about using force, violence or assasination.”
        “Yeah, thats obvious”
        “Get your people into KEY positions in the top of DOJ, using the D.C. musical chairs, the Trump team will be oblivious to that.”
        “What about political appointments, like A.G.?”
        “We’ll have control of that; McConnell will insure that, and will block any Senate hearings.”

        I am not saying thats the conversation that took place, as 90% of this would have been understood.

        Just saying I don’t see how the ORIGINAL planning could have gone forward, and all of these career swamp creatures would have been willing to risk it all, without assurances,…

        Assurance that the House would flip, because without that, its all for naught.

        Assurances that “if it all goes off the rails”, that Republicons in Congress WILL NOT use Congressional hearings to expose it all, for political gain in the midterms.
        They HAD to have such assurances, to go forward, and they went forward, ergo they GOT such assurances

        McConnell and Ryan HAD to be active participants, from day one, and this is the only thing that explains their otherwise inexplicable behavior.

        And no, we aren’t going to get text messages from Ryan and McConnell, like the lover texts, revealing in their own words their complicity.

        But, when you look at their behavior, it consistently ALL goes in ONE direction.

        McConnell and his 17 Decepticons that control the Senate, and Ryan and the comparable Republican leadership in the House, HAD to have been “in on” the coup, from day one.

        Its the ONLY explanation, IMHO.

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        • billinlv says:

          Agree with Mr. D’s analysis….and when you consider McConnell’s ties to Donahue and the COC, McConnell would want to preserve the globalist pursuit of elevating China at the expense of the US. Candidate Trump made it clear that he would put a stop to the sell out.

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          • Dutchman says:

            If you look at their ACTIONS, its clear neither McConnell nor Ryan wanted DJT to be POTUS.

            They did everything they could, ti undermine his candidacy, from day one.

            And, while some Libertard media were ecstatic at the idea of Trump as Republican nominee, the Republican party leadership, including McConnell and Ryan, watched DJT surge to the lead from day one, and shake off all attempts to derail his campaign.

            And, yes to percieve the POSSIBILITY that DJT, as POTUS, was an intrinsic and existential threat to all.

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        • Issy says:

          Dutchman: Makes a lot of sense and no one can argue about the lack of cooperation in the senate and house that occurred to hurt Trump’s agenda.

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          • Dutchman says:

            We have to go the next, painful step, and ask “Why, and Why not?”
            Why WOULDN’T Congressional Republicon leadership do everything the could, to expose the biggest scandal in our history, of a DEMOCRAT admin abuse of power, to try to ovrrturn the results of an election?

            Such exposure, through hearings would have guaranteed the Republicans picking up seats in both Houses, in the 2018 midterms.

            The only logical answer, to me;
            It WAS NOT the Obama admin, exploiting the contractor access to the NSA database for political advantage,….
            It was the UNIPARTY (both Obama admin and Congressional Democrats, AND Congressional REPUBLICON Leadership, exploiting this unbelievable powerful tool, to maintain their grip on power.

            Flynn and DJT were an intrinsic threat of exposure, and HAD to be stopped.

            Republicons could use this access, thru contractor cut-outs, as one of several defences to being ‘primaries’, as could incumbent Dems.

            In addition, the Obama admin could use it against reporters, or anyone who threatened the Globalist Uniparty agenda.

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            • Issy says:

              Dutch: I expect there is a great deal of dirt to be had on our noble journalist.

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            • anthonydog says:

              It was not the NSA database. It was the 47 hard-drives and THE HAMMER. Richard Grenell tweeted that “it was not our product” that had Flynn under surveillance.

              BRENNAN’S FUSION CENTER FABLE IS COVERUP FOR “THE HAMMER” SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM BRENNAN AND CLAPPER USED TO SPY ON TRUMP; COUP WENT INTO OVERDRIVE MARCH 17, 2017

              https://theamericanreport.org/2019/10/27/brennans-fusion-center-fable-is-coverup-for-the-hammer-surveillance-system-brennan-and-clapper-used-to-spy-on-trump-coup-went-into-overdrive-march-17-2017/

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              • Dutchman says:

                Whether it was NSA, or Hammer, I guess my point was it is NAIVE in the extreme to ASSume it was all Obama, when to my mind it makes much more sense it was THE CLUB (that We’re not in), the UNIPARTY using it.

                After all, if it was ONLY Dems exploiting the resource for Political gain, WHY would the Repubs be in lockstep, blocking sunlight, hearings or changes to the FISA legislation?

                Mitch has led them to vote to renew without any scrutiny, a program that Obama was using to intimidate reporters who tried to expose scandals, and any who opposed his policies.

                WHY wouldn’t Mitch want this exposed? Because he is complicit, and is exploiting it, too is my thinking.
                I know, cause he’s being blackmailed, they have ‘dirt’ on Republicans is the common answer.

                Really doesn’t matter whether its blackmail/coersion, bribery/using it too, or a combination of the two,..the end result is the same.
                We have an opposition party in name only, and THATS why Republicons, ostensibly representing OUR policy prescriptions, “lose” every time;
                cause they are “throwing the game”.

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        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          They’re all “Marionettes of Mitch”

          Got it.

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      • anthonydog says:

        Krashman Von Stinkputin

        Yes, though the original FISA report that got out was an SAP document that was not to have been made public.

        Were there any actual documents that were supposedly destroyed? Was it all a ruse in order to provide cover?

        FISA JUDGE ROSEMARY COLLYER’S ORDER: DESTROY SURVEILLANCE DATA COLLECTED ON AND BEFORE MARCH 17, 2017, DATE “THE HAMMER” CIA/FBI WIRETAP ON TRUMP WAS EXPOSED AND SAME DAY SCHIFF HELD MEETING ON TRUMP WIRETAP CLAIM – The American Report

        https://theamericanreport.org/2019/12/24/fisa-judge-rosemary-collyers-order-destroy-surveillance-data-collected-on-and-before-march-17-2017-date-the-hammer-cia-fbi-wiretap-on-trump-was-exposed/

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    • Issy says:

      Dutch: I’m not quite ready to go that far, but I do concede it’s possible. I am sure he wanted Trump gone. We know he cooperated by pushing Sessions for AG and making it impossible to fire him after he betrayed Trump.

      We know he knew what the SSIC was doing.

      He praised Mueller and he had to know what a corrupt dirty cop he was. Had Trump fired him I have no doubt Mitch would have regretfully held the senate trial to remove him after an impeachment.

      ~Sigh~ You could be right.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Start by focusing on the behavior of McConnell and Ryan, from election day, forward.
        From Ryan lieing to PDJT in the first budget negotiation, NOT authorising subpoenas for Nunes, not authorising lawsuits to compel production of documents and witnesses, authorising an ethics investigation of Nunes, forcing him to step down as chair of the committee, coincidentally (?) putting ‘investigate to exhonerate’ Gowdy in as chair,..announcing he (Ryan) would NOT run for reelection, BUT would continue as Speaker, encouraging 40 others to ALSO announce they were retiring,..NOT using majority control of the House to advance legislation forcing Dems to vote on the wrong side of issues, …he wrapped a red bow around the Speakers gavel, and gifted it to Nancy Pelousi.

        Now, McConnell. His actions and inactions, likewise are VERY consistent. At every turn, he has attempted to block PDJT and his MAGA agenda.
        Specifically, we see NO hearings to pick up where Nunes left off, and expose the coup. Lindsey making empty promises, etc.

        It ALL goes in ONE direction. So, WHY would McConnell confirm an A.G., unless he KNEW that A.G. was going to go in that same direction?

        The ONLY logical explanation,…

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  9. FreyFelipe says:

    “Soon everyone will know.”

    They might hear, but will they listen?

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    • nimrodman says:

      Eyes closed, fingers in ears, “neener neener neener neener …”

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      • FreyFelipe says:

        Either “neener neener neener neener ” or playing bagpipes real loud.

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        • William the Comptroller says:

          “We need, at minimum 300 agents, to be flown to a yacht marina in Newport, Rhode Island as a tourist , who is a sociology professor from NYU, saw a “noose” hanging in a mounted display case of “knots” at a sailing museum! Do it!” – Director Wray.

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        • anthonydog says:

          WSB, Nancy Murphy. Obama was spying from 2/9/09 —well before 2012, with THE HAMMER.

          Accord to CIA whistleblower Dennis Montgomery “they feared Trump.”

          Obama couldn’t let General Flynn remain working for President Trump because he knew his way around the Intelligence Community. Flynn had also outed Obama for “willfully” arming ISIS— ISIS who implemented a genocide against Christians and others in the Middle East.

          As Richard Grenell told “it wasn’t our product.” That is key.

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  10. So who is the reassigned supervisor? Is he the guy whose name disappeared from the SF bureau website? Pientka?

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    • JL says:

      That’s what I think.

      But it wasn’t Pientka that signed the court filing.

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    • RAC says:

      That is my question as well, I too was thinking Pientka.
      Also who was the one who wrote the line showing wolfe was the leaker.
      There are two honest ones who can replace wray !

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      • 28angelica28 says:

        Why? Other than that memo, how have they revealed the blatant corruption of the FBI and their partners in the DOJ?

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        • JL says:

          Whoever wrote Exhibit 13, got Rod Rosenstein to admit in a sworn declaration that the Carter Page Fisa application was leaked.

          Think about that, and what it must have taken to get to that point.

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    • RAC says:

      Oh and BTW wasn’t it Pientka’s 302 on Gen. Flynn that went missing ?

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    • nimrodman says:

      Maybe not

      I think Pientka was about the same level as the Special Agent working the Wolfe case, not a higher-level supervisor

      But I’m just guessing

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      • JL says:

        Rod Rosenstein is the name under the redaction of Exhibit 13, above where it says “Special Agent”

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        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          Rod Rosenstein was Deputy Attorney General at the Justice Department
          not
          An FBI Special Agent

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          • JL says:

            You be the judge then. The signature on the left is the redacted one in question. The one on the right is from the Mueller scope memo. I am 100% positive that it says “Rod J Rosenstein” under the redaction. Who tricked Rosenstein into signing his own corruption confession?

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            • JL says:

              And who was the person that made these redactions and left enough exposed that the signature is easily identifiable?

              There is more than one hero at work behind the scenes here. There has been quite a bit more going on that I have been unaware of. Sundance I’m sure, knows pretty much exactly what happened. I can’t put it all together like he does.

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            • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

              So RR signed in place of Special Agent_____?

              Hmmm.
              And note…..right under where it says
              “I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct.”

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              • JL says:

                Unfortunately the same perjury warning was on the Woods File verification page in the FISA application that was also signed.

                In cases “like these” apparently if you dont read the document before signing, it’s a get out of jail free card. Not sure quite how that works.

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  11. anthohmy says:

    A few paragraphs in ” AAG John C Demers ” is a new name. Pardon me if I live comment.

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  12. As a Man Thinkth says:

    As usual, great work Sundance…We need you to keep ringing the liberty bell

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  13. Dax Jaket says:

    And Barr probably lacks the courage to pull the curtain and show what the Obama-Admin and it’s Deep State Traitor-conspirators were doing and thereby bring down the entire House of Cards.

    But it has to be done….. So the $$Million Question is: Who has the guts, authority and position to do it? I know.

    General Michael Flynn.

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    • paulinfl says:

      Ding ding ding!
      Folks I think we have a thread winner here! 😃

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    • The ONLY One Who Has The Guts To Do Any House Cleaning That Needs To Be Done And See That Justice Is Served, Is Gen.Flynn, And After What They Put Him Through, Trump Should Honor Him With That Pleasure!

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      • Conservative_302 says:

        I like this. Flynn should be brought back into the administration and do the audits he meant to do. He knows how the system works. There is no better choice than him.

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      • 28angelica28 says:

        Which is exactly why Obama directed Judge Sullivan to stretch this thing out until November at ALL costs. He has done to Sullivan what the cabal tried to do to General Flynn. Evil is as evil does. Now we understand the phrase Knowledge is power. With the “knowledge” Obama stole from all those phony 702 about inquiries and the information from the CDs that Holder got from the IRS, we know why he was so powerful. It was not because he was a good president, it was because he was the most corrupt president in the history of the world.

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        • LindaH says:

          Y’all should read “The Worst President in History: The Legacy of Barack Obama” by Matt Margolis and Mark Noonan. Eye opening!

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  14. Zimbalistjunior says:

    Keep kicking butt, SD.
    Save the frikking republic.

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  15. wxobserver says:

    Thank you for this rather pedantic explanation. I’m not all that swift on the uptake and this was simple enough that it made a lot of sense — even to me!

    I’m still not completely clear on how the prosecution of Wolfe for leaking would have exposed so much. I get that Wolfe would have called Warner and/or Burr to testify at trial, and that would have exposed their involvement, even if they pleaded the 5th. But where that would have lead afterwards isn’t clear to me.

    If I accept that the prosecution of Wolfe for the leak would have revealed all however, then the rest makes perfect sense.

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    • 28angelica28 says:

      A house of cards is being built from a standard deck. Each “floor” has 3 cards as walls and one as the ceiling. All cards are the same value on each floor (all aces, all kings, etc) beginning with the aces as the ground floor. Wolfe is the ace that is the ceiling of the first floor. Pull out the Wolfe ace, and what happens to all the other cards? Wolfe, as security director, knew all the SSCI secrets. If he started discussing things that he knew had happened, the cleanup would be far wider than a simple deck of cards.

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      I’m still not completely clear on how the prosecution of Wolfe for leaking would have exposed so much.

      I’m a bit skeptical of this as well.
      “If the DOJ had pursued the case against Wolfe for leaking the FISA application, everything would have been different….”

      I don’t mean to be glib……but DUH.
      This presupposes Rod Rosenstein (and Jessie Liu) are not corrupt.
      And if you presuppose THAT….well then Mueller would NEVER have been appointed in the first place or, if he had, instead of an AUG 2 scope memo, RR would have shut Mueller down.
      Having said that….

      Perhaps It could have put more sunlight that the MSM had the CP FISA in MAR 2017.
      But as the crime would be leaking CLASSIFIED material what are the chances that the FISA would have then have been released under FOIA??

      It MAY have led to the exposure of the fraudulent nature of the Carter Page FISA applications earlier than DEC 2019 but even that is doubtful.
      Horowitz had already announced he was auditing the CP FISAs on MAR 18 2018 before all the key dates cited above.
      Bill Barr was not confirmed as AG until FEB 14 2019 and the delays to the Horowitz FISA report started shortly after that.
      Best I can tell…..Wolfe had already served his 2 month prison sentence from his plea deal

      I guess Barr could have filed the criminal leak charges against Wolfe by mid 2019 but I don’t see how that would have changed the timeline much from what it is now.

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      • Hans says:

        I see a real good reason …

        Just imagine that Wolf was carrying out orders from Mitch McConnel Via Warner . to leak the FISA and promote the Russia Russia Russia narrative.. McConnel as Speaker of the Senate controls everything. He would loose all power and Republicans be placed at Risk..

        Mitch views PDT as an outsider.. not worthy of the position…a treat to be taken out..

        The slap on the hands to Wolf after sending letters to Senators is a loud bomb blast.. Wolf …i did this for you on your orders..

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  16. MaximimFX says:

    So the puppetized Jeff Sessions — a new form of “deputize.”

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  17. Philster says:

    Sundance , please tell us what we can do to expose this corruption. Cold anger needs to act in order to save our country before it’s too late. We the people must come forth to let our voices heard. We can’t stand idle any longer, it’s our patriotic duty to do something to make a difference. We can’t wait until November, our time has come to do our part in letting THEM know we know. A strong peaceful resistance is in order NOW!

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    • William the Comptroller says:

      I suppose all the readers have tried faxing printouts of these articles to the “good guys” on our side at DOJ or Senate. But then again, Ted Cruz screwed up by basically excusing Rod Rosenstein as being NOT part of the conspiracy when I thought he would leave that rhetorical question hanging above Rod’s head for the TV viewers. GRRRRR.

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    • 28angelica28 says:

      Philster, Sundance answered that last night. Be patient, when the time is right, he will deploy us!

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  18. Garrison Hall says:

    It’s safe to say that none of the people in the DOJ or FBI want to see this continue. And I include Barr in this. While he could be pulling procedures up by their roots and violating time-honored bureaucratic boundaries, he has rather conspicuously instead allowed two bureaucracies run by “insider cultures” to slow walk this historical government corruption crisis. I think Barr and others involved are of two minds about this. On one hand they’re appalled that this level of obvious corruption has been revealed for what it is (not that it actually happened, however) but they are also weighing the effects of the destruction this investigation will cause against carrying out both the president’s and the country’s desire to see DOJ and FBI integrity restored. Barr is trying to balance these two competing issues—and the president and the country’s interests aren’t winning. Basically, the entire federal bureaucracy is in revolt against president Trump and the country (us).

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    • bessie2003 says:

      Agreeing with this, internal debate; problem is, if it isn’t faced, clearly, loudly, publicly, with actual indictments, before too much longer, then they (Barr, Ratcliffe, Haskell, etc.) are ceding to the enemies within.

      They surely know that we know, and as each day goes on more know and more are waiting for them to take decisive, corrective action.

      Lack of action now, on their part, will create its own Big Ugly.

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      • Garrison Hall says:

        Or, if they can passively contribute to Trump’s defeat, the books will close, the corruption papered over or perhaps rewritten a heroics . . . and you’ll have the Deep State’s business continuing as usual. The corruption that we are seeing has been in existence for a very long time. There are a lot of people in government and out who very much want it to continue.

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        • bessie2003 says:

          True; this is where our finding our voices can make a difference.

          Right now the mob is getting all the attention with their loud, raucous, destructive tantrum voices. I’ve seen though, that when it’s really important for people to listen and hear what needs to be said, and change their ways or actions, it’s that still, small voice that gets the real attention and people then act accordingly – and this is the tsunami that I sense Sundance is building up where we can be a part of creating.

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  19. biggunsmatter says:

    Impressive work. I’ve lurked for a long time. Finally registered. Keep pumping out the goods!

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  20. Mello says:

    Does this mean Wolfe was a white hat? I mean, he leaked something that they were trying to keep hidden.

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    • No it means he got caught by one of the few good guys in fib

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      • joebkonobi says:

        The good guy knows the story and could sing if he/she so desired. It would be interesting to see that mediated settlement agreement between the SSA and the FBI. Did the FBI buy the SSA’s silence?

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        • Hans says:

          He could have been re-assigned to some outpost and composted.. dead men tell no tales… or…..

          Friend of mine aunt was married… her husband went to Cuba ….Bay of Pigs… he disappeared never came home.. presumed dead… He surfaced.. 2010 ….married …living in Hawaii…..

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        • JL says:

          We dont quite know who the SSA was.

          But we do know who signed Exhibit 13 as a “Special Agent”

          The question is, do you think he read the document before signing?

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  21. Alleycats says:

    Blow it open. Every last bit of it.

    My household has been talking today about plans for what happens next when The Big Ugly goes live.

    I am ALL IN, Sundance.

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  22. JE says:

    Motive. Motive. Motive.
    The essence of ALL of this is the Clinton/Podesta/DNC emails.
    Ask yourselves—-why would the DNC not want the truth of how Wikileaks obtained the emails, even if they were from a leaker? What possible harm could come to the party with the disclosure that a rogue insider was responsible? I, for one, can not conceive of a sound reason for concealing this, unless, well, what if the DNC had taken matters into its own hands regarding said leaker?
    THAT would be a logical, albeit sick, reason to concoct a Russian hoax, with candidate Trump the scapegoat.
    Sometimes, the motive is simpler than it might otherwise appear.

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    • TrumpPatriot says:

      It has to go deeper. Why murder Seth Rich AFTER the fact? Why murder him at all?
      What is STILL being hidden that created such FEAR a young man may have been murdered and a coup organized against an elected President?

      There HAS to be a much bigger story of government involvement in something that must never be discovered. Dig deeper into Clintons and also Brennan and Strzok who were catalysts for using political party bias in government employees to foment the coup against a President.

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      • RePete says:

        Wiener laptop may have the answers

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      • 28angelica28 says:

        Ghislaine Maxwell may become a key player in the answer to your question here. Just think of the implications to major political players if she exposes names and events that politicians have involved themselves in! Congress has a slush fund using OUR taxpayer money to pay victims of THEIR sexual misconduct. Why don’t we have the right to see what WE have paid for?
        Why was Jeffrey Epstein hanged? It wasn’t suicide. Arkancide maybe. Suicide? Nope! How many of the “old timers” in Congress have used that little slush fund to pay off their indiscretions or their wrongdoings? We don’t know that they were all for sexual misconduct. There could surely have been other misconduct in there. We don’t even know who is in charge of the “program”, do we? Answers please!

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    • BitterC says:

      My pet theory remains that the DNC engineered the DNC leaks with the intent to blame Russia helping Trump. There really was not anything important in the dump of 7DNC nobodies. It’s even possible Seth Rich was tasked to make contact with Wikileaks by the DNC then had to be silenced.

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  23. Philster says:

    We the people must call our elected officials and voice our outrage. In a systematic coordinated fashion .
    We the people must organize an overwhelmIng presence in Washington D.C.. An organized march in the millions of ordinary citizens . The mainstream media will have to cover our March for justice. The corruption, the attempted coup , the accountability must see sunlight. The sight of millions of ordinary citizens marching in Washington DC will have an impact. The politicians will realize they can’t bury it any longer because we know. I hope someone with big political clout can organize this march in the next 2 months.

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    • 28angelica28 says:

      We have the man for the job right here on this blog. Who better than Sundance? He daily provides us with ammunition. All we need are our marching orders!

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    • old deplorable owl says:

      And how successful will that ‘protest’ be when Soreass and the non-flying Dumbo tell their Orcs that any actions will be supported and lawyers provided? Remember who controls the courts!!! The Orcs have already shown they’re perfectly willing to start the shooting after we didn’t take the bait.
      Think it through, THEN act.
      MAGA!

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  24. Thurstan says:

    How will we soon all know? The largest media companies are involved in the corruption. They are also the main conduit for information dissemination. I don’t see them facilitating public education on this issue. DOJ and FBI seem to be slow walking at best and burying the main issues. So, again, just exactly how will everyone become informed?

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    • bessie2003 says:

      Agree; the media has become the firewall for the coup participants. The other day I posted a short video on the face-book about testing the air inside the masks that people are breathing through, it tested all the different ones from the N-95’s to the over-the-counter paper masks to the plastic shields being used, showing the air that people were re-breathing the longer they wore their face coverings the less healthy air they were in-taking. Didn’t take 24 hours before FB did one of it’s minder posts, i.e. put a warning that it was ‘partly untrue’ daring my friends to click on it, not unlike what twitter does with posts it deems ‘sensitive’ only to click through and see its a photo of the American flag.

      That may well be the trick, getting the information out for a wider awareness.

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      • nimrodman says:

        Was thinking alongs those lines too. Maybe using a couple of my liberal FaceFriends that are smart enough to know better to help disseminate the undeniable truth to their liberal following.

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        • bessie2003 says:

          I have a few that are starting to see and starting to hear what’s going on.

          Today I’ve been taking on the FB minders, posting scientific information to begin making them question their own ‘facts’ with verifiable non-partisan scientific informative articles with tons of internal links – sending them on a rabbit chase. Have no idea if they will go there, but it’s worth a shot.

          Plus, my FB liberal friends who are starting to ask legit questions also have a link now to those same verifiable non-partisan links.

          The game is afoot!

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        • nimrodman says:

          uh, y’all – be aware that the “nimrodman” above is not the nimrodman you know and love

          dunno what’s up with that, but accept no substitute

          “I am Nimrodman and I approved this message”

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  25. Shop says:

    It would seem that the simplest act for Barr/Durham is to slow roll until the election. If Trump loses they move on and everything will remain buried. If Trump wins then whoever Trump nominates will have to deal with it.

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    • Issy says:

      Shop: Indications are this is the plan.

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      • Zabadak says:

        And that is why Sundance is going public in a confrontational way. BEFORE THE ELECTION. Forcing them to acknowledge and act. And if they don’t act righteously, the silent majority will no longer be silent. They may have to be dragged kicking and screaming every inch of the way but they will be dragged nonetheless. They are the ones running out of time.

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  26. babrightlight says:

    Should all treepers tweet this link, post this link in facebook, email it to friends and our Congressional leaders? Get OAN to do a two hour special on it? What’s the suggested info distribution plan?

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  27. KevinK says:

    AG Barr is head of the most corrupt DOJ the country has seen. Do you still trust him? because I’m damned if I do.

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    • The Phantom Stranger says:

      Trump’s biggest mistake in office was not firing every single DOJ lawyer on day one of his presidency. Reagan cleaned out the DOJ when he took office. The next step should have been firing all senior FBI personnel or reassigning them to Alaska. Every single one.

      No one can be trusted in the Swamp. That is why it’s called a swamp.

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      • BitterC says:

        Yeah, except Trump didn’t have the people to replace all the folks that needed to be fired. Typically you rely on your party to help fill those jobs but as we now know, the party betrayed him too.

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      • Issy says:

        Phantom: The President could only fire those with appointed positions. That would just be the top tier. Any others would have to go through a bureaucratic process.

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    • highlander says:

      —“throw it under the rug” comes to mind. To me soooooo much has been thrown under that rug—its surface now heaves and strains over the enormous bulges/sharp objects below— that traversing it has become a life-threatening endeavor. Our Attorney General must tread very very carefully to not lose life or limb as he moves here….

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    • highlander says:

      —“throw it under the rug” comes to mind. To me soooooo much has been thrown under that rug–its surface now heaves and strains over the enormous bulges/sharp objects below— that traversing it has become a life-threatening endeavor. Our Attorney General must tread very very carefully to not lose life or limb as he moves here….

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  28. Joshua says:

    OK
    Here we go.
    Buckle up.
    We will need Divine Providence on this endeavor for all the marbles.
    This is a glorious hardship if We are to succeed.

    There are some fellow citizens out there who call themselves “reporters” and “journalists” who avoid mirrors when what they really need is a good long look in one.

    Their actions define where their allegiance lies.

    They should know that a mirror however painful can bear no fault and that redemption lingers fleetingly. Embrace the mirror. Do not look away.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Conservative_302 says:

      We need to create a t-shirt with a saying on it like, “Wrap up you investigation John Durham. We, the people, want justice.” They can’t come at us for this t-shirt. If enough of us wear it the news will pick it up, and our voices will be heard.

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  29. snowfalling says:

    Great work, very educational for many

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  30. As an observation, this is all torturously slow, but the good news is that the information systems are holding up. I am sure that wrongdoers have been doing their best to push incriminating information down the memory hole, but other than covering things up they have not found a way to actually destroy information. The original Flynn 302 would be an exception..

    Of course time is of the essence because there is an imminent risk that should executive power change hands everybody will be reassigned and several layers of “dunno” will be piled over what has been carefully excavated to date.

    Looking forward it looks like the apparent pattern of redacting embarrassing information has been used extensively for all the wrong reasons. It may help if future each redaction should clearly identify who did the redaction with a link to the redaction process, who approved the redaction, and why. Together of course with stiff penalties for inappropriate redactions.

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    • DoggyDaddy says:

      “this is all torturously slow”…oh, Forrest, you are so right. It took little to no time at all for “justice” to rain down on Flynn, Manafort, Stone, even the NSA chick Twinkle (or whatever her name was). But as for indicting Clinton, Comey, Strzok, Page, Ohr, Abedin, Mills, et al, … I’ve seen my garden slugs move faster than the DO. Sessions, Huber, Barr, Durham — is there even a heartbeat among them?

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  31. Patrick Healy says:

    Sundance, you are an (inter)national treasure. I am a born optimist, but I cannot see any light at the end of this tunnel. If anything it is the lights of an oncoming train.
    From over the pond, I am obviously interested in the part our Government in London were/are playing in this coup.
    If our blundering idiot Prime Minister Boris is such a friend of your great President why is Julien Assage still in a concentration camp?
    I hate to have say this, but President Trump cannot survive unless someone – anyone – comes forward with prosecutions and convictions of the traitors.
    If not, it is good night Vienna and Christianity.

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    • paulinfl says:

      I invited your comment but I pray you are incorrect in conclusion!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Sonia says:

      Boris as UK foreign secretary had oversight over the foreign intelligence service MI6 and GCHQ, the communications intelligence agency, and would have given the go-ahead to spy on the Trump administration. If true, he is likely still involved in the cover up, hence the need to keep Assange from public view.

      His response in Parliament when questioned about the spying claims Boris Johnson likens GCHQ spy claims ‘to gnat on rhino’ is worth listening to carefully.

      He response was a lawyerly parsing of language: “I think those claims have been accurately described as absurd and ridiculous”.

      Is this a straight and full-throated denial from the one individual who would be ultimately responsible for the UK coup team?

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  32. Shop says:

    A British court has also ruled that Christopher Steele made up shit in his dossier and consequently defamed people. Those defamed won their case in a British court who ordered Steele to pay damages.

    “The ruling further accentuates that much of the Steele dossier contained unproven Internet rumor or false information, some possible from Russian intelligence, as the Justice Department inspector general concluded last December. Nonetheless, the FBI used evidence from Steele’s dossier to support a warrant targeting Trump campaign figures in four occasions, claiming to the court that agents had verified the information.”

    https://turcopolier.typepad.com/sic_semper_tyrannis/2020/07/httpsjustthenewscomaccountabilityrussia-and-ukraine-scandalsbritish-court-rules-against-christopher-steele-orders.html

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  33. JL says:

    The “Special Agent” signature is Rod Rosenstein.

    I’m pretty sure he did write or read this filing before somone with gigantic brass bawlz got him to sign it. Pretty important to keep the words “the FISA application” off the last page so Rod wouldnt see it.

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  34. trapper says:

    So … who thought all this up? Mueller was just a figurehead, and Weitzman more of an attack dog than a mastermind. Who thought up the scheme to recuse Sessions and use Rosey, who just wanted to be liked by the popular kids, as the conduit to run Justice? Not Comey. He’s teed up to be one of the fall guys. Not Obama. He’s not this smart, and is a figurehead himself. WHO is the mastermind(s)? Couldn’t be a Brennan op because it actually worked, to a point. Andy/Peter? Was this elaborate takeover and running of DOJ in secret out of a Special Counsel’s office the actual insurance policy referred to?

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    • They all worked together, they all COLLUDED, they all made it THEIR OFFICIAL DUTY AND ACTED AS SUCH. THAT’S WHY IT “actually worked, to a point” Each and every one knew what to do in furtherance of the common goal (that’s WHY IT WAS SO COMPLEX, because they EACH HAD THEIR KNOWN DUTIES), to extend the Presidency of Barack Hussein Obama and the rule of the long-nurtured Insane Left and Globalist Washington Elite. You don’t have to be “that smart” to be the leader of the CULT, you only have to be the ADORED CULT LEADER: OBAMA.

      “THE BUCK STOPS HERE”; what is so d____ hard to understand about that?

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      • trapper says:

        Ah, yes. The Chicago Way. Perhaps. But I think that is part of the illusion, what we are SUPPOSED to see. If you peer into the empty space, something indeed looks back at you.

        Much like the recent Floyd riots. It was all supposed to look spontaneous, unplanned, uncoordinated. If you listened to the police scanner on the night of the “protest marches” you would have heard the police positioning their forces a couple blocks ahead of the marchers to turn them in a different direction. And IMMEDIATELY after the order went out over the police radio, the march leaders took them down the next side street in the OPPOSITE direction. The cops began using their cell phones to communicate. I listened to it all play out on the police scanner in real time.

        The Thomas Crown Coup. “The robbers meet one time, at the bank, then never see one another again.” But there is still a Thomas Crown. Who is it.

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    • The Phantom Stranger says:

      My guess is that it’s the same team that ran the Obama White House. The process began during the Clinton presidency but took roots during the Obama era, benefiting from the widespread takeover of most Federal agencies. Hillary was supposed to get her eight years at running the country with these people in place. Some would call it the Deep State. Look towards entrenched partisans at State and the CIA as the masterminds.

      Some of this stems from normal Democrat Party operations. It’s 100% clear to me now that the Intel community has co-opted the entire Democrat Party’s leadership. The IC owns 50% of the Republican Party, but 100% of the Democrats. The IC is almost entirely globalist in orientation outside of a few hawks in the Military Industrial Complex. They have no political allegiance beyond what serves their long-term plans and global directives.

      My guess is they view the Left as easier to manipulate and their ideology can be shaped more easily in transforming America away from a Constitutional Republic. I have no doubt the ultimate goal is handing over America’s sovereignty piece by piece to a multi-national body. The timeframe is decades.

      Operational command likely fell under Brennan as a long-time spook. Doubt he actually put it all together. The actions and scope feel like a small committee hashed it out and were reacting as events developed.

      Men like Obama and Biden are put into place merely as public faces. They may think they have ultimate power, but as you can see these operations go far beyond the surface.

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  35. mv jensen says:

    Why would the media keep their knowledge of the leaked FISA warrant and indeed its content secret? Would it be to protect an extremely valuable source or because they realised the scam with the accusations based almost solely on the known fraudsrer Steele?

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    • JL says:

      Because it was an instruction manual, not a FISA application.

      It told the media the gameplan. What the narrative should be so that it can be backed up with “evidence” and no one would get their wires crossed.

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  36. The RINO Senate has blocked most honest cabinet appointments, but once approved they can slide into another position, as PDJT did with Pompeo, from CIA to State. Trump needs to fire Bagpipe Billy, slide John John Ratcliffe from NSA to DOJ, hold NSA open for the soon cleared General Flynn. Ratcliffe can then indicate the continuing FBI coverup leader, Pretty Boy Wray, along with the Comey-Mueller crime syndicate. Ratcliffe can choose his own AAG, and Sidney Powell knows where all the bodies are buried. This needs to happen ASAP to get exposure before the 2020 circus season. Perhaps we can get a few Senate intelligence committee resignations as a bonus.

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  37. Fannie says:

    How is gagging or possibly paying off a whistleblower even an option: “…the SSA and the FBI entered into a mediated settlement agreement”?

    Liked by 2 people

  38. Ackman419 says:

    Just get ready, people.
    SD ain’t messin around.
    We need to be ready for that moment.
    We can hit a critical mass real quick.

    Liked by 6 people

  39. Ronald says:

    I’m wondering if the endgame is a few prominent people go down along with some bureaucrats, some prominent people’s reputations get destroyed (previous adm), some prominent pols “retire to spend time with their families”, and an acknowledgement that Trump was right all along ensuring his easy re-election in exchange for “protecting the institutions and healing a divided nation”.

    Or does the DS still go all out against Trump?

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    • The Big Boo says:

      See my comment below. It won’t just be aimed at Trump, next time.

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    • iswhatitis says:

      Ronald says: “I’m wondering if the endgame is a few prominent people go down along with some bureaucrats, some prominent people’s reputations get destroyed (previous adm), some prominent pols “retire to spend time with their families”, and an acknowledgement that Trump was right all along ensuring his easy re-election in exchange for “protecting the institutions and healing a divided nation”.

      Or does the DS still go all out against Trump?

      Look at the Democrat-supported riots, protests. The cow Nanzi had when Roger Stone’s sentence was commuted. The non-stop COVID nonsense. The media lying to our faces, still pushing and gaslighting narratives harder than ever. Etc., etc.

      To me, that’s voice of the DS talking. And I hear it loud and clear – scorched-earth is their message.

      So, yes, “the DS still go all out against Trump” (which is us).

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    • The Phantom Stranger says:

      No. The Deep State wants to humiliate Trump so no one else attempts his agenda. They are going scorched earth on Trump and anyone connected to Trump. It’s a signal to future political leaders. Get in line or get destroyed. That is why every associate was targeted and humiliated.

      They have been willing to destroy one of America’s best economies in decades and cause untold death and destruction in preventing his re-election. I’m sure those decisions were not taken lightly.

      Trump winning the election definitely took them by surprise. It’s the one thing we can rely on as the truth in this era of unending media lies and propaganda. When they realized they had no leverage over him and he wasn’t a typical politician that forgot his campaign promises the minute he took office, they went with the nuclear option.

      In an earlier era, the Deep State would have just assassinated him. They definitely considered that as one option. They likely were afraid of unintended consequences, possibly creating a martyr for a rising nationalist movement.

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  40. JustScott says:

    Keep on donating. Thing about it like this: If Sundance has enough fundage, that elevator pitch could be on billboards across this great land. Gut tells me OAN is involved already, but with more resources, this could go across all cable networks. Even then, would be a big savings on ammo.

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  41. johnnyfandango says:

    ”So on July 12, 2018, the DOJ and FBI were lying to the FISA court; and telling the court there was reasonable justification for the Carter Page FISA warrant, when they knew that was false. ”

    Falsifying records, burying them to obstruct investigations. Where is the leadership here? The FISA court should be hauling these people before them.

    The evidence is quite clear and it takes a citizen journalist to actually care and pick this up.

    Those in power need hold others accountable and clean this $hit up.

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  42. starfcker says:

    Imagine Bill Barr’s astonishment when he showed up to work the first day and found out that the Weissman gang had basically taken over the Department of Justice and was running it as a resistance operation. That would explain why he shut down Mueller so quickly. I get where all this make sense, but one player still missing. Where was Acting AG Matt Whitaker?

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  43. The Big Boo says:

    Good work SD, but even to Bagpipes, “all water under the bridge, boys”. Keep your eyes on the big picture. Attempt One: Coup – failed. Attempt Two: Impeachment – failed. Attempt Three (Nov. 4 – Jan. 20) Overthrow – ground is being prepared now domestically, foreign support being lined up.
    It’s not just about the plotters. The “powers” behind this veil of obfuscation have too much to lose to give up.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Judith says:

      Yes, the UNiparty is only the tip of the iceberg. And they are basically interchangeable parts for the real players running this global ponzi scheme.

      Liked by 1 person

  44. El Torito says:

    Superb, Sundance. I couldn’t pull away from reading this from start to finish. Thank you for all you do.

    Liked by 5 people

  45. Bert Darrell says:

    And Sen. Grassley doesn’t seem interested in this information? At his old age he’s proving -so far- that he’s as corrupt as Sens. Warner, Burr, Graham and so many other swamp dwellers.

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  46. We the People Know says:

    Like

  47. Richie says:

    The problem is not “everyone will know” In reality, most people (voters) will not know and the vampires know this.

    Times Up..It appears they have succeeded in their goal of tick tock run out the clock as Ive been convinced was the strategy for about 2 years now.

    Regardless, if Trump can overcome and prevail in November, they all lose. Bigly

    Barr: “What happens after the election may depend on who wins the election”

    “Nothing is coincidence. Everything is political”

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2020/07/12/sunday-talks-jim-jordan-discusses-durham-probe-findings-released-before-election/

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  48. We the People Know says:

    Isaiah 32 New International Version (NIV)
    The Kingdom of Righteousness
    32 See, a king will reign in righteousness
    and rulers will rule with justice.
    2 Each one will be like a shelter from the wind
    and a refuge from the storm,
    like streams of water in the desert
    and the shadow of a great rock in a thirsty land.

    3 Then the eyes of those who see will no longer be closed,
    and the ears of those who hear will listen.
    4 The fearful heart will know and understand,
    and the stammering tongue will be fluent and clear.
    5 No longer will the fool be called noble
    nor the scoundrel be highly respected.
    6 For fools speak folly,
    their hearts are bent on evil:
    They practice ungodliness
    and spread error concerning the Lord;
    the hungry they leave empty
    and from the thirsty they withhold water.
    7 Scoundrels use wicked methods,
    they make up evil schemes
    to destroy the poor with lies,
    even when the plea of the needy is just.
    8 But the noble make noble plans,
    and by noble deeds they stand.

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  49. mark says:

    Dutchman said it best a few days ago, ” Fruit of the poisonous Orchard “. How many cases by the fbi will be challenged because of weissman and company. Where’s all of the lawyers working on behalf of their clients with this information now public?
    That fbi agent needs to be promoted right to President Trump and protected. With his information President Trump can look BB in the eyes and say ” Well Bondo here’s the evidence are you gonna prosecute or not ?” But that’s not gonna happen because President Trump is a businessman and he expects those who work for him to do their jobs. Just listen for the next time President Trump says ” Hopefully those traiders will be prosecuted “. I’ve heard him say it a couple of times.
    It’s gonna be a million man march on the Capitol demanding justice with this information spread far and wide. But congress needs to be in session and locked in the building for about 3 weeks.

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    • Bubby says:

      “It’s gonna be a million man march on the Capitol demanding justice with this information spread far and wide.” Amen Mark! How about 10 million of WTP all carrying our black rifles?!

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  50. Brenda says:

    They know, we know, everybody knows. Except those who don’t. And those who know don’t care or continue to deny. Without consequence their is no deterrence. Sadly I believe the only justice that awaits any of these miscreants is going top be meted out by The Lord Our God on the day they stand before Him.

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