The Mysterious Journey of an FBI Leak Investigation…

In January of 2017 California Senator Dianne Feinstein abdicated her position as Vice-Chair of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI).  Upon the initiation of a new congress, and two weeks before the inauguration of President Donald Trump, Virginia Senator Mark Warner took the SSCI Vice-Chair seat…. and that’s how things get started.

Amid a concerted effort to resist the incoming administration the Russia Collusion Conspiracy was launched.  Politicians, the U.S. intelligence apparatus and DC beltway media united in common purpose to push a Trump-Russia narrative.

Within the early days of that effort, the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence initiated an investigation into Russian interference with the election.  Chairman Richard Burr and Vice-Chair Warner were toasted throughout DC as an example of bipartisan oversight against what House minority leader Nancy Pelosi called a “fraudulent president.”

Sometime in late February/early March 2017 Senator Warner requested a copy of the top secret FISA application used against Carter Page, falsely accusing him of being “an agent of a foreign power.”  Simultaneous to this the FBI was trying to track down the details of dozens of classified intelligence leaks to the media from within the DC system.   FBI Special Agent, Washington DC Field Office, Brian Dugan appears to have been tasked with tracking and identifying intelligence leakers.  Dugan saw an opportunity.

On March 17, 2017, in order to fulfill the request of SSCI Vice-Chairman Mark Warner, Agent Dugan goes to the FISA Court and picks up a copy of the FISA application.  At the time there were only two components: The original application (Oct ’16), and the first renewal (Jan ’17).   The next renewal did not come until April and then again in June.

NOTE:  The FBI did not go to the DOJ-NSD to pick up a copy.  Why?

You’ll see.

The FBI went to FISA Court for their copy.  The FISA Clerk stamped the copy with the Date March 17, 2017, and Dugan returned to the Washington Field Office of the FBI.

We know this was the process, because Dugan later writes the copy was “an FBI equity”, meaning the origination of the leaked document came from the FBI.  Not the DOJ-NSD or the FISA Court directly (the two other possible sources).

When SSA Dugan returned to the FBI office he changed the dates (by one day) on the application and first renewal, presumably as a leak tracer, and prepared them for release.

Throughout this process DOJ Main Justice appears purposefully unaware. The Washington Field Office FBI were limiting information in order to track classified leaks.

This exclusion process narrows the possibility.

Later in the afternoon of March 17, 2017, the WFO delivered the FISA application to SSCI Security Director James Wolfe.  [Wolfe indictment page 6 – Line 17, 18]

Shortly after 4:00pm Mark Warner arrives at the SSCI Sensitive Comparmented Information Facility, or SCIF.  We discover this exact timeframe from text messages belonging to Chris Steele’s U.S. Attorney, Adam Waldman.  More on that in a minute.

Before, during or after Senator Warner’s review of the FISA application, SSCI Security Director James Wolfe leaked the FISA application content to his allied media cohort, a journalist at Buzzfeed, Ali Watkins.

Additional material later released puts the most likely sequence for Wolfe’s leak coming after Warner’s review.

The leak was accomplished by a series of picture texts.  The original FISA application is 83 pages in total with one intentionally blank page [Ali Watkins is “Reporter #2”]:

James Wolfe took a photograph of each of the pages and then sent those 82 image texts to Ms. Ali Watkins.  At this moment, March 17, 2017, Ms. Watkins now holds a copy of the unredacted original FISA application.  However, the copy also carries the leak tracer.

After reporting of Carter Page (Male 1) appears in Buzzfeed written by Watkins; and after both the New York Times and Washington Post publish articles about the FISA application using the leak trace information; the FBI now knows the leak came from the SSCI.

Over the next several months physical surveillance on Wolfe is conducted.   The FBI must have been able to gather very credible evidence that Wolfe was the leaker to Watkins because eventually a DC judge granted the FBI a search warrant for Ms. Watkins records.

It is very difficult to get a warrant on a journalist.  There are tight legal protocols for doing so. The evidence gathered must have been very overwhelming.  The court granted the search warrant.   Ms. Watkins is unaware.  Additionally, and importantly, it appears Main Justice now occupied by the Mueller investigation, is also unaware. [Doc Link]

The search warrant runs from Feb 1, 2017 to July 31, 2017.  This specific leak of the FISA application is March 17, 2017.

Somewhere in/around this mid-late summer timeframe the Washington Field Office FBI also retrieved text messages from Lawyer and registered Lobbyist Adam Waldman.

We know the text messages are from Waldman’s side of the conversation from the attached screenshots later released.  We also know the date of the capture was similar to Ms. Ali Watkins.  Feb 15, 2017 to May 15, 2017.  Again the Wolfe leak was March 17th.

The telephone communication of both SSCI Vice-Chairman Senator Warner and Journalist Ali Watkins were captured.   This indicates both were suspects in the investigation.  Thus, it seems likely the Wolfe pictures were sent *after* Mark Warner reviewed them, not before.

It would be very tenuous for the FBI to capture texts messages from the sitting Vice-Chair of the SSCI.  This is not something the Washington Field Office of the FBI would do lightly.  That aspect also explains why the texts were captured from the Waldman side of the conversation.  Much easier to get the texts of a lobbyist than a sitting SSCI member.

In October 2017 the FBI first approached Wolfe with an fyi on the leak investigation to see how he would respond.  [Indictment Here] By mid December 2017 Wolfe is confronted.  He lied repeatedly, until shown the evidence, then he admitted, and admitted he lied.

James Wolfe was quietly removed from the SSCI immediately after, and was in a state of suspension until his indictment was unsealed June 8th.  However, it’s the story between December 2017 and June 8th where things are very interesting.

As you can see from above, Mueller and the 17 resistance members that took over Main Justice had no idea any of this FBI investigation was happening, UNTIL the FBI investigative files were transferred to seat a grand jury to hear the evidence.

It appears FBI SSA Brian Dugan finished his investigation immediately after Wolfe left the SSCI; or soon thereafter.  Somewhere around the end of January, to first week of February, all reports and FBI evidence would be submitted.

That transfer included: the March 17, 2017, FISA application with leak tracers; the Ali Watkins phone records; the Adam Waldman/Mark Warner phone records; and all the subsequent interview notes with James Wolfe and other parties (FD-302’s etc).

Keep in mind, every investigation that touched on Trump-Russia became proprietary to the Robert Mueller Special Counsel.  This FBI investigation centered around the FISA application which was at the center of the special counsel probe.

This means the Mueller special counsel took ownership and control over the FBI evidence in the totality of the Wolfe investigation.

The evidence did not go to a grand jury.

On February 9, 2018, the evidentiary text messages capturing Mark Warner’s involvement with James Wolfe were sent back to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence:

In essence, Senator Mark Warner was given a head’s up.  Or put another way, time to clean up any sticky issues and narrate a justification.

Four days later, February 13, 2018, the DOJ notified Ali Watkins, and the New York Times, that all of her communications were intercepted as part of the investigation.  By now Wolfe was two months removed from his position; undoubtedly Watkins knew.

In essence to the New York Times, who had been using the FISA application as part of its false reporting, were also given a legal head’s up.

The Wolfe Grand Jury was not seated until May 3, 2018; and the indictment unsealed on June 8, 2018.  [link]  All the work that SSA Brian Dugan put into catching an intelligence leaker was ignored.  Wolfe was only indicted for lying to the FBI because it appears the grand jury never saw the evidence of his leaking the FISA application.

Why not?  Because an admission of the FISA leak would have been toxic to the special counsel.  It would have also been toxic to the SSCI and specifically Senator Mark Warner.

It appears the evidence file went into Main Justice with clear and overwhelming evidence of Wolfe leaking the FISA, only to have it return to DC USAO Jessie Liu, for presentation to the grand jury, with the evidence of that core element removed.  Ergo, Wolfe was only charged with lying to the FBI.

However, it appears Dugan didn’t relent.  In a sentencing attachment on December 14th 2018, well after the plea agreement was concluded, Dugan swears under oath that James Wolfe leaked the FISA application:

“In this case, because the known disclosure of classified information – the FISA application– involved an FBI equity, the FBI devoted substantial agent and intelligence analyst resources”…

The evidence is irrefutable that Wolfe leaked the FISA application on March 17, 2017.

Once that point is established…. then the reason why the special counsel released the FISA application under the premise of a FOIA application, July 21, 2018, starts to have much more significance.

However, before getting into even more.  Let’s just stop there.

The FISA application was leaked March 17, 2017, by James Wolfe.

Why wasn’t he prosecuted for it?

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Not a single media outlet has ever admitted James Wolfe leaked the FISA application.

Why not?

 

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804 Responses to The Mysterious Journey of an FBI Leak Investigation…

  1. tav144 says:

    It’s Christmas!!!!!

    Liked by 11 people

    • frogman says:

      In July!

      Liked by 5 people

      • MelH says:

        Odd I posted a Reply after Hogette Winslow. and a few minutes later it totally disappeared.. Are there censors working here too? Because that also happened to another Treeper down the line from here.

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      • MJJ says:

        Hard to Choose between Two Mated Public Servants turned into Public Serpents both with Slithering Forked Tongues smelling Filtering Information of the Committee of Intelligence Hypocrisy under winging a Duly Elected President?

        The Honorable Senator Mark Robert Warner seems to be from Mambas Family of Elapidae Dendroaspis Tree Asp with The Honorable Senator Richard Mauze Burr seems to be SEC Side Winding as Cobra Tree Pseudohaje Goldii?

        Only within the Washington Intelligence Committee claiming to Defend the Constitution by Skif Stealth Skipping Peaceful Presidential Transitional Power is where the line between respectability and sin is tangibly drawn. So that there’s no risk of Warner contaminating the Burr with Senator Graham Cracker Huffing, Puffing but Delaying Evidence and Hearings? Oh, what a nuisance is their conscience. That demonic instrument of torture forged out of the human soul.

        In fact, in most Senatorial Committees it’s always about Invisible, Control. Gentleness, Concentration and Terror! The Stigmata of Degeneracy of these Cranial Abnormalities, a Low Sensitivity to Pain, Primitive Instincts found in Wall Street Caves of Insider’s Seller Dwellers, Dealers and Habitual Murderers of the Constitution is in short, the Mark of Cain. They are both in the Court of Extinction of the Constitution with Equitable Judas Kisses?

        Pubic Servant Graham with Public Serpent Warner is up for Reelection, but outgoing SEC Scandal Aaron Burr is Booking his Passage Out of Washington Hell, as nice place to visit, but doesn’t want to live here. Not with Filth like all 3 Exhibit here?

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    • MelH says:

      Are you as totally blown away as I that Our Sundance has the time and dedication and stamina and smarts to gather all that is above this and then WRITE it. I am awe-struck!

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    • MLK says:

      Yes. consider that everything you just read is air-tight substantiated by what’s in the public record. It can no longer be dismissed as conspiracy theory and isn’t except by those for whom there is nothing left to lose by sticking to the false narratives.

      I noted long ago how problematical it was to carry out a coup under the color of law, particularly in our current age of the internet.

      We see that once Trump took the oath the risks to all participants in the plot to destroy and remove Trump grew with each passing day he remained in the Oval Office.

      Nor just risks, and not just for the direct players. The media, most especially the prestige newspapers like NYT and WP, have completely discredited themselves — Fake News. A media in which the major organs are transmission belts for power factions within the governing/ruling class — which is the former Soviet and current CCP China model — is untenable in our system. This explains so many media figures losing it — not to put too fine a point on it, acting like cult members — when the POTUS beats them about the head with the moniker Fake News.

      As for the SSCI, and really the government generally, we’ve seen throughout that the institutional labels in which the conspirators resided was the playful public face obscuring behind the curtain overriding factional loyalties.

      Remember Preistap’s “Protect the institution.” That’s expected of you regardless of what government-wide malefactions you’re knowingly participating in. Both institutionally and individually, it’s a highest of high-stakes game of musical chairs.

      No one would be surprised that the FBI and the individual FBI malefactors like Comey protected themselves. We know that Comey complied his own dossier of the operation. Talk about cover your ass!

      So now think about the immediate context in which our fearless leader here is laying out this portion of the saga in concise, sober, devastatingly indisputable detail.

      Remember where we were, Barr et. al, had delineated three periods, before the election, during the transition period, and after Trump took the oath. The two Carter Page FISA renewals when Trump was president have been declared “illegal.” The liabilities, whether in terms of indictment and prosecution, or merely reputation, have continued to accrue.

      The choice of “17 angry Democrats” was always weakness masquerading as strength. What was needed to maintain conspiratorial control exposed a coup against the duly elected president that was merely waiting for the resignation or impeachment and removal denouement.

      Thus this otherwise curious comment:

      “Stay tuned If you don’t want to be surprised again by what‘s coming understand this: just as there has been no functioning president, there‘s now no journalism.”

      https://www.zerohedge.com/political/nyt-chief-threat-democracy-eric-weinstein-takes-flamethrower-paper-record-after-bari

      DOJ has rules and procedures up the wazoo. Following them is, in effect, a safe harbor. As we’ve seen, whether in Horowitz’s reports or the Special Counsel’s targeting, prosecutorial discretion as a general proposition provides plenty of running room for nefarious intent. But, per those rules and guidelines — yes, there are actual detailed guidebooks — the devil here for Weissmann et. al. is really in the details.

      While protected by the benefit of the doubt revealed in Horowitz’s forensics to our consternation, once there is conflict and finger-pointing among the conspirators then every jot and tittle is explosive risk.

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  2. Hoggette Winslow says:

    Hmmm…just a guess, but as former counsel to the SSCI, he knows things about things that certain people don’t want to become public? So they’re keeping him mollified as best they can?

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    • railer says:

      This. If Wolfe was had pled guilty to the 20-30 year sentence he should have been charged with, he would have been a threat to sing like a canary and the Swamp would have been exposed badly. MANY more jail sentences would have been forthcoming.

      So Wolfe was allowed to skate. Barr has to answer for this eventually. This and the McCabe thing.

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      • help4newmoms says:

        Wolfe’s attorneys notified every member on the SSIC would be called to testify in this matter. Matter dropped.

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      • The Demon Slick says:

        Wolfe went nuclear, his lawyer sent letters to every senator on the intelligence committee telling them to prepare to be called as witnesses. Next thing you know, sweetheart deal. I’d like to know what communications went on between special counsel and the Senate intelligence committee.

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      • Joyce M says:

        didn’t Wolfe indicate he would call members of the SSCI to testify on his behalf? I seem to remember that and don’t have time to go find it right now. Had he done that I am certain some / one of those members would have had to admit that they instructed him to leak…just a guess. Does anyone else remember this?

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      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        So Wolfe was allowed to skate. Barr has to answer for this eventually.

        2018 B.B.B* is when this all happened.
        *Before Bagpipe Bill

        We’ll see if he addresses this or not.

        There should be SCO internal comms about handling all this.
        should be
        Mueller had renewed the very FISA in question.

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  3. JustScott says:

    Take em down hard! Fire works time!

    Liked by 6 people

  4. anthohmy says:

    Because Warner instructed him to leak it.

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    • JL says:

      Speaking of Warner.

      Didnt his Republican counterpart get in trouble recently for insider trading? Richard Burr. Think Burr might know something about Warner? Lol, Do you think Burr might be interested in saving his own skin?

      I think they flipped Burr. And I think he’s doing a lot of talking about Warner’s activities.

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      • Dutchman says:

        IMHO,
        Y’all are jumping the gun. There is no evidence they ‘flipped’ Burr on insider trading.

        Typically, Senators or Congressment are shielded from criminal prosecution not by law, but by “the Big Club” that you ain’t in.

        So the Senate or House ethics committee, made up of other Senators or Congressmen, conducts an investigate to exhonerate, and thats usually the end of it.

        Whether there IS an investigation, who is on the Committee, how aggressively they pursue it, and what the outcome is, are detirmined by the committee of FOUR;

        Majority and Minority Leaders of both Houses. This control over the ethics committee process is one of the carrots/sticks they use, to keep members under their control.

        Another is plenty of clout, with the 7th floor at FBI, and at the top of D.C. and Capitol police, to insure that any criminal investigations that could touch on Congress, are bottled up.

        Its a big club, and you ain’t in it.

        I believe Sundance is making a couple of bigger points, here.

        Firstly, he is building his case that Main Justice (DOJ) effectively was being run by Mueller team.

        Secondly, he is showing that the coup involved powerful entities in both the,Executive AND LEGISLATIVE branches, which is something the coupists have worked hard to conceal.

        High ranking members of Congress, OF BOTH PARTIES.
        This breaks the narrative that it was “a small group of rogue people at the top of FBI and DOJ, and they are all gone now!”

        Along with “Russia hacked the election” this narrative is one they have worked hard to push, in order to conceal the underlieing truth.

        Sundance is peeling them, like an onion,…layer by layer. Destroy the false narratives, and what is lieing underneath (concealed) is revealed.

        What they try hardest to conceal, is a ‘tell’ pointing to their biggest vulnerabilities.

        If the false narrative that “Russia hacked the election” is destroyed, the false predicate for Mueller is destroyed, and the real reason is revealed.

        If the False narrative that it was ‘a small group at top of FBI that went rogue’ is destroyed, the truth that they were following orders, and not just from Obama admin officials, but from SENATE leadership (both parties) is revealed.

        And, (guessing here) showing that in fact the Mueller group was effectively running DOJ for 2+ years, is essential to destoying the false narratives?

        Sundance is building a narrative, and I suggest we not try to get ahead of it, or go off on tangents like “Burr has flipped”.

        Like the old Mafia, Senators NEVER flip on the Club; its just not done. Even when (rarely) facing criminal penalties, they do not flip.
        IMHO

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        • Hmmm... says:

          Great take. I sorta think an under appreciated angle is that the Special Counsel was more than a takeover of the DOJ by a small group of lawyers. It was essentially a takeover of part of the executive branch by Congress. A massive breach of the separation of powers and done completely based on a fraudulent investigation. Any and all communication between anyone connected with the Special Counsel and anyone in Congress should be exposed in a sane world.

          This particular point irritated me considerably when Cruz questioned Rosenstein as Rosenstein was very clearly cornered by Cruz asking him if he communicated with anyone in Congress. A well worded follow up from Cruz would have nailed him.

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          • Dutchman says:

            Actually, I think Congress has been ‘in charge’ for some time.
            Potus serves,8 years while leaders in Congress been there 40-50 years.

            Senate confirms (and can impeach Judges, so ‘shapes’ the Judiciary.

            Senate controls Administration appointments for most Cabinet positions, and has turned ‘advice and CONSENT’ into “heres who can get confirmed” which really means “heres who we are dictating to you that you can have”,….

            Congress writes the laws, that,POTUS is Congressionally obligated to see are,’faithfully executed’, which requires an ever larger administrative state.

            Congress has passed all the laws, rules and regs making it impractical to fire anyone in civil service.

            Congress controls the budgets of the depts, and the salaries and perks of the employees, and provides ‘oversight’,..or not.

            So, do the employees of the ‘executive branch’ actually work for the POTUS, of for CONGRESS?

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            • DeWalt says:

              And remember the biggest tell of all. Mitch refuses to adjourn the Senate. Preventing PDJT from appointing anyone to his Cabinet without Mitch’s rubber stamp.

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              • Dutchman says:

                Or ‘repeal’ the Odius filibuster rule, which PDJT implored him to do, in tweets, early on.

                Actually, once you look at his conduct, Mitch’s actions have been all ‘tells’; he is adamantly anti-Trump.

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            • David Hertle says:

              Having worked on budget requests to Congress from within the Executive Branch, it became clear to me that Congress was the customer, the one the bosses took care to protect their almighty budget. Everything else becomes a farce when that principle is understood!

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              • Dutchman says:

                Yeah, customer or Boss, either way you look at it. Congress is the center of the Swamp, and the Repubicon 1/2 of the Uniparty is what enables the Uniparty to remain in control, and consistently implement policies against the will of the people.

                Its like rooting for the black socks, how many seasons do we gotta go through, coming home losers, before we realise the team we are ‘rooting’ for, is deliberately throwing the game?

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                • Winston says:

                  What was revealed:

                  “If the False narrative that it was ‘a small group at top of FBI that went rogue’ is destroyed, the truth that they were following orders, and not just from Obama admin officials, but from SENATE leadership (both parties) is revealed.”

                  What will happen as a result:

                  “Its like rooting for the black socks, how many seasons do we gotta go through, coming home losers, before we realise the team we are ‘rooting’ for, is deliberately throwing the game?”

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                • Dutchman says:

                  Well, first a lot if “say it ain’t SO, Joe” as Republican voters wrestle with the unpleasant truth. Been going on for awhile, and ongoing.

                  The myths (perpetuated to excuse Republicon duplicity) of “Republican, the party of stupid”, the “Marquis of queensbury” myth, and even lazy, cowardly or greedy have to be dispelled, in order to accept the painful reality.
                  “When you eliminate every other possible explanation, what you are left with, no matter how improbable, MUST be the truth.”
                  COMPLICITY is what we are left with.

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            • David Hertle says:

              Having worked on budget requests to Congress from within the Executive Branch, it became clear to me that Congress was the customer, the one the bosses took care to protect their almighty budget. Everything else becomes a farce when that principle is understood!

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            • Joyce M says:

              and Congress has exempted itself and all it’s records from public oversight – we are not allowed to see or question what they don’t want us to see. They’ve voted themselves sweetheart retirement packages, don’t participate in the programs they dictate that we are allowed to have (i.e., Obamacare), and are coddled for life after “serving” – sickening. They think we are too stupid to notice or do anything about it.

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              • Dutchman says:

                Even exempt from OSHA, so they can have unsafe working conditions for their employees, something that would shut down any business.
                Sex harrassment laws? We don’t need no stinkin sex harrassment laws! WE have a slush fund, to pay for victims silence.

                At some point I recall one of the Founders asking :
                “WHY should we exchange ONE Tyrant, 3000 miles away, for 3000 Tyrants, 100 miles away?” or something to that effect.
                He was talking about a LEGISLATURE. The founders foresaw the risk of a tyranical legislative body, understanding that the authority to PASS laws, is inherently a disproportianetly strong power.

                Its WHY they created TWO Houses, to try to divide up the power.

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                • Fubu says:

                  Went from checks and balances to checks ($) for my balances.

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                • But they also knew that a bicameral system filled with corrupt human scum would fail miserably the people as well.

                  And it certainly does and has for well over a century.

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                • Dutchman says:

                  They hoped that elections would serve as a kind of peaceful revolution. That every election, voters would send new representatives to Congress.
                  The problem isn’t so much the system, which HAS become corrupted, of coarse.
                  Its WE, THE PEOPLE who got so caught up in our daily lives, that we failed to really get to know our elected representatives.
                  We vote based on a letter after their name, a 30 second commercial, recomendations, or just cause they’re attractive or ‘seem nice’

                  And then, we don’t REALLY pay attention to what they do, in our name, once they go off to D.C.

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            • Meriadoc01 says:

              True, the Congressional “dinosaurs” who’ve been there for decades have inordinate power. But don’t forget the denizens of the administrative apparatus, who aren’t even elected. They wield enormous amounts of power, and I’ll bet we don’t even know who half of them are! They exist and rule beyond the reach of elections.

              Additionally, this is my objection to the usual term limits argument: if you only limit the terms of ELECTED officials, the unelected bureaucrats gain even more power. Term limits must include limits on ALL government servants, or we just make the problem worse.

              This dawned on me years ago while watching the Thatcher era comedy, “Yes, Minister.” (A funny series, BTW. I think they still have it on Netflix). The idealistic Tory gets elected full of vim and vigor, hoping to implement his “conservative ideals.” He finds out that from his admin assistant (who’s really a kind ‘minder’) that he won’t be able to put any of his ideas into practice. The comedy of the series comes from the Tory MP and his minder each trying to outfox the other. The series presents a funny take on what is actually a very serious problem.

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              • Dutchman says:

                Originally, the ‘protections’ put in place, were to limit the ability of each admin. to bring in a whole new government each time the WH “flipped”, and it made some sense.

                It provides continuity of government. Theres a great scene in “West Wing” where Will, has been brought in as a speachwriter, and he confronts this effete snob from the State dept. over the mere possibility of making changes to the “approved” speach.

                The buerocracy has all sorts of ways to impede the President and his “political appointees”; simply inertia, to outrite rebellion.

                Not sure WE can fix it, …and yes I know the idea of moving depts out of DC.

                That MIGHT be part of an answer, but with video conferencing, etc. I don’t think its the WHOLE answer.

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              • oldumb says:

                Spot on. Term Limits will not solve anything, and will make some things worse. Creating a power vacuum only changes the direction of that power.

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              • northerncanuck says:

                “Yes, Minister” and “Yes, Prime Minister” remain one of my favourite comedies…always good for a chuckle anytime.

                However, you are correct, that the bureaucracy really runs things. The top echelons definitely needs to be cleaned out totally to provide incoming administrations the chance to operate without roadblocks.

                But, what with unions and other special protections, they cannot be weeded out, therefore they are a shadow government – often as a detriment to the current administration and thus to the electorate.

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            • botchedcasuality says:

              👍🏻
              This is the reason that this election we must call out the reign of Pelosi, Schumer et all and start a remove them siege, ‘anyone but Chuck and Nance’ sell it to the immigrant voters.

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              • Dutchman says:

                “call out the reign of Pelosi, Schumer, McConnell, Thune, McCarthy, et all” ; vital IMHO to make it clear it is a non-partisan call to eliminate careerism in Congress.

                I LIKE the idea of “Vote out ALL Incumbents”; if all voters did this, there would be NO “change” in seats or majorities, just a total flushing out.

                This might help persuade those who normally vote by party, as in “You must vote Dem, cause Reps are WORSE” are just as manipulated as “You must vote Rep, cause Dems are worse”.

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          • John OB says:

            Once the Specious Counsel’s Jolly Roger was lowered from the DOJ masthead and they could no longer hand Congress an impeachment draft, the conspiracy down-Schiff-ted to second hand whistle-scammers eavesdropping on Ukrainean phone calls to benefit Trump-hating legislative overlords anxious to dump the President.

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        • Will Hunt says:

          Senators will flip like common criminals faced with the proper inducement – they’re no different. The “big club” that I ain’t in only exists as long as it is protected from sunlight (or Sundance in this case)

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          • Dutchman says:

            Senators have, occasionally been caught up in criminality, and surely knew of criminality of their compadres, but have gone to prison, rather than offer info, in exchange.
            THATS what I meant.

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        • Yes Dutchman, all that and in answer to the final question of no media outlet ever admitting that James Wolfe leaked the FISA application it’s back to that “Big Club”. The “Big Club” used to beat anyone about the the head until dead comes out and tells the actual truth.

          Enemedia knows what happened to Seth Rich, and at the same time are as invested in the treason as are the corrupt “politicians” running the show in the absolute darkness that is the district of criminals.

          And it’s certainly no mystery otherwise as to why James Wolfe wasn’t prosecuted for leaking the FISA, is it? He would have brought down the whole criminal gang with him by calling these sitting TRAITORS as witnesses for his legal defense.

          Sundance has generally always given us the answers before he returns to a point where he asks these type of questions… and the coverup is what? Always worse than the original crime?

          They never thought she would lose.

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          • Dutchman says:

            Sundance has posted Barrs dilemma;
            Along the lines of he has to address what we all know.

            I would express it another way;
            “WHAT does the Swamp do, when “Investigate to Exhonerate” doesn’t WORK?”

            WHAT do they do, THEN? And I don’t think they have ever encountered a scandal they couldn’t address in this way, before,…and they HAVE no ‘plan’,….other than getting DJT OUT of the WH, and HOPING this will all ‘go away’.

            Hope is not a plan of action, however.

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            • Nope, hope is not a plan and as we have seen they have failed at every step of the way to get rid of our ESG President. As is often stated here, we have to get him to Term Two, which we will imo.

              It will be EPIC only or rather mainly because it has to be. That’s the part I leave out when I robo-type this statement.

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              • Dutchman says:

                Yes, we HAVE to get him a second term.
                We have to have (and I believe we WILL) have such a monster vote, that they simply WILL NOT be able to overcome it through ballot fraud.

                And then be PREPARED, should they try to steal it in ANY way, to quickly mobilise to descend on D.C., and by our prescence, in unpresedented #’s, say “NOT ON OUR WATCH!”

                And, if I am overdramatising things, such a turnout at his second inaugeration would also send a clear message.

                Anyway, thats how I’m proceeding. NOTHING they can do or say will discourage me, or prevent me from voting, or prepping to mobilise on short notice. NOTHING

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          • Robert Smith says:

            The media ties and, hopefully payments (monetary and otherwise – Hi Ali!), will be part of the eventual story.

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        • maggie0987 says:

          In fact the, ‘small group,’ title should, instead, be applied to the diligent FBI agents such as
          Dugan. So far he seems to have been the only one in this very, ‘small group.’

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          • Dutchman says:

            We really have no way of knowing, at this point.
            There have been other indications,…releases of info that slipped through…..

            And, whistleblowers that, even with supposed I.G. “Protection” have had their houses raided and evidence siezed.

            Sending a clear, consistent message NOT to turn on the clan that is the FBI.

            So, we really have no way of knowing how many have resigned quietly in disgust, how many are quietly working ‘undercover’, etc.

            Not parroting idiot Hannity, just saying its unknown, but certainly Dugan isn’t alone.

            Another was the Special agent in charge, that found the “Comey memos”,..IIRC.

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        • botchedcasuality says:

          Thank you Dutchman, good reminder macro view not micro.

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      • 28angelica28 says:

        I don’t think Burr is concerned about the insider trading. He can weather that. I don’t think he has flipped. That would surely endanger the cash cow he has amassed while in the Senate, especially as SSCI chair. He’s always been way too cozy with Warner. Those pictures of the two of them together never looked “normal”. Rather than flip, I think once he knew that Warner had been caught with his pants around his ankles, the modern day Tricky Dicky didn’t want that image plastered across the country so, in the interest of his family and their need for his time, he decided to not run for re-election. Surely he’s amassed a large enough fortune for him and his family to live in the style to which they have become accustomed. His major concern is not preserving his reputation (he can’t) but preserving his ill-gotten gain. You know the MSM enriched his coffers (as well as those of every member of the SSCI) in exchange for keeping this little nugget about the FISA document under wraps.
        Honest politician you say? Yep, and he’s laughing all the way to the bank (foreign or domestic as he swore in his Senatorial oath)!!

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        • PS says:

          As I see it, it’s the “plea to a lesser crime” cover.

          Of course senators get classified information, of course they also dabble in the markets, of course they make bank during their terms (how else, as the saying goes, do they all exit as millionaires). That is all in line with public perception, and we citizens grumble, but then we laugh about that level of white collar corruption. The individual pays a small fine, retires early, gets a wrist slap in the history books. We all move on in a year to the next manufactured crisis.

          Now think of a classified leak investigation of a Senator who tried to overthrow an elected President. The individual is also surveilled for a period, by the FBI, contacts monitored, finances reviewed, grand jury material assembled. As Sundance points out, WE KNOW that happened.

          What the DOJ needed was a “light” crime that follows the similar path, to explain away the logistics of the investigation, without prosecuting the investigation. They can hide that crime inside another crime.

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      • The Boss says:

        Burr is your typical weak RINO. He is in limbo until he leaves office at the end of this term. He’s not running for re-election, so don’t expect the Senate to take any action. There’s an outside chance he could be squeezed for information now, and a bit better chance after President Trump is elected to a second term. So nothing doing now unless he volunteers to sing.

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        • We can’t just expect that the senate won’t take action Boss, WE must DEMAND that the senate take action!

          Isn’t that the gist of the exercise in Charging the Rampart that Sundance has brought to us? I believe that it is.

          We must do our part too.

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      • Blue Wildflower says:

        Who is “they”?

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    • iwasthere says:

      That appears to be the obvious conclusion – that Warner order the leak. Wolfe either used this ace to skate (as this leaked attorney letters would have you believe), OR Wolfe told the FBI everything (Warner ordered the leak) and then the DOJ (the Mueller Group) used this Ace to get leverage on Warner? <– Now that's an interesting twist.

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    • botchedcasuality says:

      Bingo!

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  5. Mrsgiggles44 says:

    God bless Agent Dugan.

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    • adam says:

      Working out of the DC field office, no less!

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    • hawkins6 says:

      Yes, it’s great that Agent Dugan is being recognized for his dedication.

      sundance often returns to this crucial turning point in the DOJ where they decided to protect the hoax plotters instead of stopping them. This paved the way for the SC “dream team.”

      All the stinking hype about Roger Stone’s justified commutation while this mega dirty trick corruption remains largely unpunished or even recognized.

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      • 28angelica28 says:

        ” while this mega dirty trick corruption remains largely unpunished or even recognized.”
        Thus the “outrage”. Gotta have something to deflect from anything to emphasize to the public that while the Democrats (and some Republicans) are pointing that finger at President Trump, there are 3 fingers pointing back at the truly guilty. Alinsky 101 strikes again!

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    • Indeed, and as adam said working from the DC office no less. Pretty amazing.

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  6. Hoggette Winslow says:

    Just a guess, but as former counsel to the SSCI, perhaps Mr. Wolfe knows things about things that certain people don’t want made public? So they’re trying to keep him mollified so he doesn’t start telling what he knows in an effort to avoid true jail time?

    (If this is the second post that appears, sorry…the other one disappeared on me.)

    By the way, this is the first I’m hearing of this Dugan character…he’s got some brass male body parts. Well done, sir!

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  7. JL says:

    So a few weeks ago Barr mentions that Biden wont be under investigation. Then we get a leak saying that things dont look like theyll happen before an election. And Grassley shouts his indignation.

    Well, thats good, because Barr said Biden didnt have to worry. So the timing of the report wont have to account for the election. I think this is a big play, to keep them all thinking that they’re safe

    Also, I don’t see how Warner is toast. And I will bet you a billion dollars that the Richard Burr insider Trading deal. was SOLELY to get Burr to talk about Warner.

    HOLY CRAP. THEY FLIPPED BURR ON WARNER

    Warner is up the creek. Big time.

    Something is coming before the election.

    Something massive.

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    • tav144 says:

      I believe that as well. They got Burr to flip on Warner. Yessssssss

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    • JL says:

      I meant to say “I dont see how Warner is NOT toast.”

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    • JL says:

      Actually, thinking about it more, and knowing what we know now. They might have gotten Warner a while ago, probably shortly after they released his text messages to let him know they had him.

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    • justlizzyp says:

      The day the Burr story broke, my first question was ‘who ordered the code red on Burr?’

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      • Linda K. says:

        Little Marco took Burr’s place on the committee. Getting in deep on the corruption or a clean place holder? I don’t believe Marco is too clean.

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        • betseyross says:

          It’s beginning to look like very very few are too clean. DC is one big zit that needs to be popped!

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        • JL says:

          I’m not sure if Marco is totally corrupt, but he certainly isn’t part of the solution.

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        • justlizzyp says:

          I can’t decide- he’s done some odd things, like defending Warner about the Waldman texts, but remember when he was considered a top tier contender and the NYT started running their ‘hit pieces’ and the worst they could come up with was the ‘luxury fishing yacht’ [with it’s highly coveted ‘pee off the side’ feature] and that he and his wife had several traffic tickets, but they had to go back some odd number of years to find one in his name. Seems like if he was dirty the Times would have hit him with something a little harder. My assumption, though, if he’s been made chair of SSCI that he’s dirty as they come.

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    • cali says:

      @JL: ^^^^^This!!

      All of it going back to 2015 ’til present is one massive RICO case that transcends continents and countries that were ‘allies’.
      Never before in the history of the United States has a former president and his party together with republicans colluded, conspired to frame and attempted to remove a sitting president of this republic.
      There are so many different players in this game and heads of state that participated to sabotage the presidency of Donald Trump.
      There are a number of attorneys investigating this besides Durham, Barr, Jensen who are not known by name as of yet.
      Don’t believe for a minute that nothing is happening because it is but most of all don’t forget the CCP who owns the democrats and plays the long game while once again interfering in the pending election in November.

      As Sundance so often said loud and clear: Trillions are at stake here!

      The media is the worst enemy the American people have as they actively participate in all of this. They are not reporting that thousands are being arrested in Germany and Italy for example.

      We are indeed at war – infiltration rather than invasion and nothing is as it appears. Information warfare is what we are seeing daily in our media against us. They are after us and will do anything to reverse 2016 still today.

      Durham and Barr working with the alliance abroad and the timing must be right to execute and unseal all indictments simultaneously. Its a massive task.

      Whether its Wolfe or the Pakistani spies like Awan, the Chinese spies like Feinstein’s longtime spy and everything in between are all part in this massive case. As Barr stated that is the closest [they[ came to unseat president Trump.

      Reading the Italian media daily Italy is in a crisis of their own making when they decided to assist Renegade in his treasonous activities. Even there the citizens demand answers from their elected officials why they targeted president Trump.

      @Sundance: Your gloves are off and its absolutely perfectly timed. Congrats!!! 🙂

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      • Robert Smith says:

        “…The media is the worst enemy the American people have as they actively participate in all of this. They are not reporting that thousands are being arrested in Germany and Italy for example…”

        What are you referring to and what are you saying that is?

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      • cdquarles says:

        I am old enough to remember Watergate, as it was told, in real time and at that time. President Trump is not the first to undergo this. He’s the first to survive it, in my opinion.

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    • 4sure says:

      No Senator has flipped on another Senator. No house member has flipped on another house member.

      I don’t know of a Senator in the past 50 yrs. That has flipped on another Senator. This is the mafia, not some back alley neighborhood two bit criminal gang.These criminals have millions of dollars to hire the best lawyers in the land. They don’t flip on each other.

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  8. akaPatience says:

    Minor correction: Ryan was Speaker of the House in 2017; Pelosi was House Minority Leader then. .

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    • GB Bari says:

      Yes. But then we now know there wasn’t much if any daylight between Ryan and Pelosi regarding truth, lies, and corruption.

      Maybe Sundance was making that clear through his “typo”……..

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      • Right to reply says:

        Ryan employed at Faux News is interesting, yes? Why did all those Repubs resign their seats in 2016? Claims to be home with family, and away from politics, are patently untrue. Gowdy, Chaffetz etc What did they know?

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        • betseyross says:

          That they could get a job with Fox?

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        • MelH says:

          They knew their fortunes would not be expanding under Trump, so why stay and possibly get inadvertently exposed by a neophyte President who was bound to stumble across some skeletons and draw intelligent conclusions. They all went off to “safe places” and probably were, and are, the biggest crooks of all. We need a list of all who resigned and see how many of them are on the list of gigolos whose sexual escapades were silenced with the taxpayer’s dollars. #700,000? I could have too many zeros there!

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    • 28angelica28 says:

      How can you tell the difference? Their policies and methods are Siamese twins just like Burr and Warner.
      Grandma Cofevfe, please give us a prayer that they can nail Nancy in all of this. She is purely evil, the female human epitome of the Devil himself.

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  9. JL says:

    Here’s a bit about Dugan.

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  10. citizen817 says:

    Liked by 19 people

    • lackawaxen123 says:

      he can still be charged with the leak … perhaps that is in our future …

      Liked by 1 person

      • I’ve asked that question numerous times but no one has commented……
        Frustrated!

        • Judith says:

          There are so many (unpunished) capital crimes in plain sight. The ENEmedia remains strangely mute and largely uninterested in reporting on any of them, until they are forced to, and then their goal is to obscure and deflect the truth.

          I guess the ENEmedia believes that, if they simply ignore these crimes long enough, while pushing their *fake* 4am talking points, the sheeple will remain blissfully unaware (and compliant).

          I think they are wrong about that.

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        • Bubby says:

          HC I tried liking your post but it wouldn’t take it. I to have asked that question before and got no answer but that seems a paramount issue to me as well! If Wolf can be charged why hasn’t AG Barr revisited that criminal release of classified documents?

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          • Hopefully Attorney Barr is – – BUT – – my confidence in the DOJ is wavering despite Sundance’s optimism!

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          • MelH says:

            Bubby, click on Reply and type in any character, then click on the WordPress icon below your Reply box and then click Post. That tells WordPress to authenticate you, I THINK! Then click on a Like several times and you might be a winner and get a pass to participate here. Yes, it’s worth it! You might have to do the same thing tomorrow and the next day but don’t give up, we like reading your opinions and news and anything else you have to contribute.

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        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          WOLFE PLEA HERE:https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5002614-Wolfe-Plea-Agreement-Letter.html#document/p1

          Don’t know how binding the plea agreements are but my hunch is VERY once agreed upon by the 2 parties and the court.
          The rules of criminal procedure are (normally) to protect the DEFENDANT
          https://www.law.cornell.edu/rules/frcrmp/rule_11

          “In consideration of your client’s guilty plea to the above offense, your client will not be
          further prosecuted criminally by this Office for the conduct set forth in the Indictment.”

          “After the entry of your client’s plea of guilty to the offense identifed in paragraph 1 above,your client will not be charged with any non-violent criminal offense in violation of Federal or District of Columbia law which was committed within the District of Columbia by your client prior to the execution of this Agreement and about which this Office was made aware by your client or counsel prior to the execution of this Agreement.”

          That “conduct” necessarily included the leak of the FISA.

          So for Wolfe to be prosecuted NOW for the leak would mean the DOJ is in effect “tearing up the plea agreement”
          So that means to get Wolfe there needs to be NEW charges
          If Barr/Durham are making a conspiracy case of some sort that could put Wolfe in new legal jeopardy and perhaps a cooperating witness.

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          • I hope someone burns his ass…………….

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          • Hans says:

            I’m willing to bet…
            That is not the only leak by wolf…
            If they go back they might find other communication with his Girlfriend…

            Might be time for Ratcliff and Rick Grenell to do a little searching..

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            • Fubu says:

              Also, did he leak any of the classified info to his lovers OUTSIDE of DC as this Agreement only covers inside DC. Should be able to determine by the text he sent and the GPS location on the phone. I’d bet dollars to donuts that he did.

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      • JL says:

        I hate to say it, but I dont think he can.

        The agreement specifically stated that he cannot be charged for any of the conduct mentioned in the indictment. And the leak was mentioned in the indictment.

        OTOH, if he was untruthful with investigators in any way, then the agreement becomes null and void.

        Personally, I’d rather find the truth and have it revealed to the world than see him take it to prison with him.

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    • American Eagle says:

      USAO Jessie Liu has got some explaining to do. Did she get the Leak data, and did she toss it in the trash. If she didn’t get the wolf leak data, start tracing back and nail the sob who pulled it. If she tossed the leak data, she needs to be fired, today.

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    • Fubu says:

      James Wolfe
      During his testimony, Former Senate Intelligence Committee security director James Wolfe maintained that he never jeopardized national security nor passed classified information without permission.

      I love how he didn’t lie to the Judge by telling the truth…but “tells” on someone without mentioning names.

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  11. Mr Lawson says:

    I want to know the names of the other reporters Wolfe leaked to. http://cdn.cnn.com/cnn/2020/images/02/12/usa_v_wolfe__dcdce-18-00170__0049.0.pdf

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    • Hmmm... says:

      https://monsieuramerica.com/2019/12/08/the-trident-scholar-report/

      Scroll down until you see the James Wolfe case. Not only did Carter Page identify the reporters, he did it by using the FISA to give this to the FBI.

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      • Yankee Doodle Dandy says:

        I could be wrong about this, but I think it was…
        Ali Watkins (Buzzfeed/NYT)
        Brian Ross (ABC)
        Ellen Nakashima (WaPo) This is according to Hmmm’s Trident Scholar Report.
        Marianna Sotomayor (NBC)
        Manu Raju (CNN)
        This is my cloudy recollection from previous CTH articles, but again, I could be wrong. Hopefully Sundance can shed some light.

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        • Your Tour Guide says:

          This kind of leapt off the page….

          Marianna Sotomayor. Am I spelling impaired, or is
          she related to a lil ol supreme court justice? The
          first names look like someone the same mama
          would pick.

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  12. MTB says:

    So how did we get a redacted version if they had the unredacted?

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  13. GB Bari says:

    Wolfe probably knows where more bodies are buried. You just know this goes up and includes McConnell. He is and was in the Gang of Eight which included Burr and Warner, and Pelosi and Ryan. They’re all in it up past their necks.

    Ryan is with Fox News so they’re not gonna report this. The NYT and WaPooh are Deep State and we know they’re gonna report crickets.

    This case blows up the entire Muh Russiagate narrative so there’s no way the MSM is going to publish anything that shows their complete fraudulent insistence for 3.6 years that President Trump colluded with Russia. They just aren’t going to admit they’ve been lying about this.

    So…no reporting.

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    • 28angelica28 says:

      In order to preserve, protect and defend our Constitution, we need to see members of Congress “Flynned”–charged and financially broken while trying to defend themselves (unlike Flynn, though, these SOBs are as guilty as sin). The message to those currently in Congress or those with Congressional inspirations needs to be that the days of using extortion, malfeasance, blackmail, bribery, abuse of power and all the other things illicitly done are over. Just because your name is preceded by Congressman or Senator makes you no better than Joe the Plumber and it most assuredly does not give you the “right” to enrich yourself at public expense and does not give you the “right” to exceed your authority. It is time to return to the citizen legislator concept that our country began with. Congress was not meant to be a job much less a career. Government corruption grew like a mushroom cloud when that became the rule rather than the exception. George Washington knew that and refused to be king because of that. Maybe that is why the powers behind (some) Black Lives Matter and AntiFA. They need to keep unrest going as a distraction. The radical left is obviously worried that all of this is about to surface. I only hope the furrows in their brow deepen to the point of brain penetration!

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “This case blows up the entire Muh Russiagate narrative so there’s no way the MSM is going to publish anything that shows their complete fraudulent insistence for 3.6 years that President Trump colluded with Russia.”

      A Presidential Press Conference could “break the dam” and do just that.

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    • Boboleary says:

      No reporting by MSM, for sure. That is why Sundance and a very few others are so important to us and our republic. Not only must we circulate this article, but the info in it must be condensed into – to excuse a cliche- a simplified elevator minute for the masses to hear and understand. We also have to continue to make the non-reporting part of the conspiracy. Thanks all for brilliant work and commentary.

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  14. cheering4america says:

    Could Wolfe still be charged with the leaking of classified material, since the SC didn’t include that charge? As an initial charge it doesn’t seem like it would constitute double jeopardy. Even at this late date it would go a long way.

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    • lackawaxen123 says:

      I believe so … double jeopardy only applies to charged offenses … he wasn’t charged with leaking the first time around …

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      • iwasthere says:

        Wolfe’s attorney would never have let him take the plea without some agreement to not-prosecute or maybe they gave him the “queen for the day’ treatment, and he got immunity for going full spill the beans.

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      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        (Sorry for some duplication of previous post)

        double jeopardy only applies to charged offenses

        Doubtful.
        He made a plea agreement with the DOJ approved by the court. Even served his sentence best as I can tell
        So unless he changes his name to FLYNN…the rules protect the defendant.
        They cannot go after him on the leak because the effect would be to tear up the agreement they already made.
        (How would you like to make a plea agreement and 10 years later get charged for the offense(s) you plead away?)

        WOLFE PLEA HERE:https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5002614-Wolfe-Plea-Agreement-Letter.html#document/p1

        “In consideration of your client’s guilty plea to the above offense, your client will not be further prosecuted criminally by this Office for the conduct set forth in the Indictment.”

        “After the entry of your client’s plea of guilty to the offense identified in paragraph 1 above,your client will not be charged with any non-violent criminal offense in violation of Federal or District of Columbia law which was committed within the District of Columbia by your client prior to the execution of this Agreement and about which this Office was made aware by your client or counsel prior to the execution of this Agreement.”

        That “conduct” necessarily included the leak of the FISA.

        To get Wolfe there needs to be NEW charges
        If Barr/Durham are making a conspiracy case of some sort that could put Wolfe in new legal jeopardy and perhaps a cooperating witness.

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    • Sharpshorts says:

      Charges of treason and sedition have no time limits.
      Destruction of the USA has always been the goal…once that is achieved it becomes the ultimate “insurance policy” for the victors.

      Failing that, making evidence “disappear” along with making people “disappear” are tools of last resort that those at the top use to remain untouchable…
      Their game continues even if the main goal fails.

      Obama, Clinton, Soros, McConnell, Pelosi (etc) are all front men –
      tiny players in the world domination game…they are merely pawns.
      ALL of them are “disposable” pieces of the game masters.

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  15. Ackman419 says:

    Glad I stopped in tonight.
    Thanks for the heads up, SC.

    Let’s try not to get over our skies, here.
    As fun as it is to solve where SD is going.
    (I do it too, hehe)

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  16. I’ll take W for 1000. Watkins, Wolfe,Warner, Weisman, Waldman, Wolfe… Moves and countermoves that boggle my brain. A lot of very interesting things happened July 27th of 2017 people are still scrambling, hiding or willfully ignoring. https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2019/05/11/explosive-foia-documents-show-evidence-of-weissmann-mueller-entrapment-scheme/

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  17. jambo says:

    Why wasn’t Wolfe prosecuted for leaking the FISA?

    Because he made it abundantly clear that he would take them all down with him.

    “A former Senate aide charged with lying to the FBI has privately reached out to senators to seek their help in his criminal trial, raising the prospect that they may be subpoenaed to testify, Senate sources told CNN.

    Members of the Senate Intelligence Committee have received letters from the legal team of the panel’s former head of security, James Wolfe, asking if they would assist in his defense, either as a character witness or to help rebut the allegations made by federal authorities.”

    https://edition.cnn.com/2018/07/26/politics/james-wolfe-senate-aide/index.html

    Amazing what happens if you ask nicely.

    “WASHINGTON (AP) — Three high-ranking senators asked a federal judge for leniency on behalf of a former Senate intelligence committee staffer who pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI, even as the government argues that the ex-staffer “significantly endangered national security” by speaking with reporters.

    The letter from Democrats Mark Warner and Dianne Feinstein and Republican Richard Burr was included in a sentencing memorandum filed Tuesday by James Wolfe’s attorneys.”

    https://apnews.com/20b88b27a91443ac9c5bb6b55c70b350

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  18. Julian says:

    Does AG Barrv know about this egregious miscarriage of justice?

    I’m sure he’ll be right on it as soon as he’s made aware.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “I’m sure he’ll be right on it”

      The DOJ can come up with some training and educational materials for Senators, just like Mr. Wray does for FBI special agents/sarc

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      • DI shoots and SCORES!

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      • H.R. says:

        PowerPoint presentations are being created as we speak. They will be ready some time in December. (You would not believe how long it takes a government employee to make a PowerPoint presentation that says “Don’t do dat *wink wink*”)

        Meanwhile, in anticipation that training will be ordered, the sign-off sheets that the training has been taken have already been filled out, signed, and filed away.

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  19. Johnny Bravo says:

    1. At worst, the world will know what happened (in the worlds freest country) and why.

    2. At best, the house of cards will fall and the spectacle will be glorious – That is if you love truth and justice.

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  20. He wasn’t prosecuted for leaking because he said he would call witnesses. That was enough for Jessie Liu.

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    • fred5678 says:

      Did he or his defense lawyer not threaten to subpoena Warner and many SSCI members?

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      • iwasthere says:

        Yes. But that does not mean that he didn’t get his own immunity deal in exchange for the ‘queen for the day’ treatment. His threat to call the SSCI players would have even been more powerful if he told the FBI everything under a conditional immunity deal, the DOJ was fence straddling on the deal, so Wolfe’s attorney is carefully walking the razors edge (stating his clients’ right to a defense by calling the code red witnesses) in a trial. IMHO, the more interesting twist is the leverage the Mueller Group gained over Warner with the Wolfe plea deal. Imagine just one text message from Wolfe to Warner – mission accomplished sir – implicating Warner ordering (or even in the loop) on the leak. Now Warner, whom might have been an willing sponsor of the Russia collusion narrative via the leak, at first, was now sucked into the vortex and neutralized of power to stop team Mueller’s take over, even if he wanted to.

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      • Paprika says:

        Yes, Wolfe did indeed have his lawyer play the “Get out of Jail free” card. Senators having to testify under oath would have opened a box of snake truths that they could not afford to let happen.

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  21. Hmmm... says:

    Brilliant. I finally get it now and it’s laid out so clearly it’s almost impossible to argue that this was not exactly what happened.

    My one question would be whether Ali Watkins has potential criminal liability. Reporting on what Wolfe gave her seems like it is fair game. Using classified information to get a job at the NYTimes and then providing that information to other reporters seems like it would be illegal.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “Using classified information to get a job at the NYTimes and then providing that information to other reporters seems like it would be illegal.”

      If she flunks out at “journalism”, it appears that she has another skill set that she can rely on for income after any stint in one of our federal correctional institutions. IIRC this “profession” is legal in the state of Nevada.

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      • Hans says:

        I wonder… NYT knowingly leaking Top Secret national security documents..
        I believe B.Barr you can’t prosecute MSM might be a ruse.. to block action…I’m sure Mueller , Weissman would have no problem given the history with Gen Flynn.

        let’s charge them Watkins and others with sedition.. aiding the overthrow of a sitting president.
        Ask them who provided the documents….. and what other documents were provided in the past… then go after Wolf and Warner, Burr… process crimes should be easy…

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  22. fred5678 says:

    Lie to Congress while trying to insult Democrats — 9 years in prison.(before commutation)

    Participating in coup against sitting president — 2 months in jail.

    Seems fair.

    “James Wolfe, the former director of security for the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI), was sentenced Thursday to two months in prison for lying to the FBI about his dealings with a reporter. Wolfe pleaded guilty in October to one federal count of making false statements.

    In addition to prison time, Wolfe must complete four months of supervised release, pay a $7,500 fine and perform 20 hours of community service a month during his release period. He will be able to self surrender and has request a minimum security facility in Cumberland, Maryland.”

    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/james-wolfe-former-senate-intelligence-staffer-sentenced-to-2-months-for-lying-to-fbi-today-2018-12-20/

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  23. WSB says:

    May God bless Brian Dugan. Where the heck is he now?

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    • Hans says:

      There was a report of someone being retaliated in the FBI regarding an investigation..
      It might have been him.

      I’m sure Mueller , Weissman and the FBI would take immediate action against an honest agent..

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  24. WSB says:

    SD, is that July FISA the third one?

    “In ‘October 2017’ the FBI first approached Wolfe with an fyi on the leak investigation to see how he would respond. [Indictment Here] By mid December 2017 Wolfe is confronted. He lied repeatedly, until shown the evidence, then he admitted, and admitted he lied.”

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  25. fred5678 says:

    The general public needed “All the President’s Men” to comprehend Watergate.

    I consider this easy-to-read but factual narrative (versus complex but comprehensive previous CTH reporting) the first pass of the opening scenes of “All of President Obama’s Men” blockbuster.coming out during VSGPDJT’s second term.

    Heck, even Jake Tapper and Jimmy Acosta can understand this!!!
    And maybe even Wolf Blitzed.

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    • 28angelica28 says:

      We don’t have a Woodward and (If he was an honest and independent investigative reporter then) Bernstein has proved himself to firmly have his reporting coming straight from the radical leftist talking points. The Watergate hearings opened a lot of eyes because there was no 24 hour news presence and they were televised on daytime tv (thus having women watching because their beloved soap operas were preempted for the hearings! Today’s MSM would have any hearings on a delay in order to edit out any evidence presented that would shed light on their beloved radical Socialist Communists. Won’t have Sunshine come to them. No way. No how. No time. Not gonna happen. Like Joe, truth is only fact when it comes from their playbook. If we didn’t think it, then it just ain’t so! That’s their motto and they’re sticking to it.
      Catherine Herridge and Sheryl Attkison would make a good team. They are both thorough, don’t get out in front of their skis, and aren’t on shows every night of the week looking for ratings. They are solid reporters and they report on the facts. The Communist might accuse Sheryl of having an axe to grind since their minions invaded her privacy when they got into her computer system and made illegal edits to her work. She’s still a good reporter. Besides, since when is it important that a reporter NOT have an opinion? CNN, MSNBC, ABC, NBC, CBS, does it matter there?

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      • fred5678 says:

        I bet Catherine, Sharyl, and Sydney are all already linked in with SD.

        I watched all the Watergate hearing repeats on PBS each evening in summer of ’73.
        Memorable summer — renting a house in suburban Philly with no A/C.

        Sat in my boxers with a half gallon of Breyers mint chocolate chip each evening.

        Probably 99% of population was watching network TV sitcoms, though.

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      • Derangement Syndrome says:

        Hahaha, “Woodward and Bernstein” were intelligence operatives taking down a President, no different than Ali Watkins, except with way better connections.

        The MYTH behind those 2 clowns (who were both VERY vocal in their hatred of Trump after his election) needs to be shattered.

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        • Woodward was Military Intelligence before working at the Washington Post and waa thick with Alexander Haig.
          Until they outed Mark.Felt as deepthroat , I was putting my bets on Haig as deepthroat.

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          • Derangement Syndrome says:

            I’m sure Alexander “I’m in charge here” Haig was in on the coup against Nixon, they ALL were.

            It’s no different than the JFK assassination, and just like Colonel Fletcher Prouty said, “everybody knew the assassination was happening, except for JFK”.

            The takedown of Nixon was a soft coup, nothing more than that.

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          • Your Tour Guide says:

            Napolean: When you mentioned Haig, I Instantly burst
            out laughing. Even then he wanted to play leapfrog to
            be President.

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  26. inrecordtimes says:

    I feel like I just read the “Minute Mystery” of the week, and now I have to wait for the true answer to “did the butler do it?” Sundance needs to start writing novels. I am hooked to this website on a email by email basis! It’s like cliff hangers at the matinee! Can’t wait for the next installment! Thank you so much for this website. Even if we never get the satisfaction of the hanging, knowing that we knew the truth gives me hope that these rays of “sun” light will eventually prevail against the dark side.

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    • 28angelica28 says:

      IRT, if the sunlight doesn’t prevail, all times will be dark times. The radical left is doing everything possible to control our every move (contact tracing, chips, healthcare, cashless society, etc). If we don’t expose the evil NOW and stop this insanity, we will never escape it. NEVER. Time is running short. It isn’t just Democrats. As Sundance has laid out, it is also Republicans too. We were sent Donald J. Trump to see if we really value freedom and want to continue as a free society or if we choose to be oppressed by the Communist regime that currently runs all of one party and at least half of the other. As stated many times before, it’s a Big Club and you ain’t in it. None of us are. Sundance asked us to prepare to walk with him on this journey. Like expectant parents, we need to have a bag packed and ready to run out of the door. If you like the Democrapic platform as laid out by Joe and Bernie, sit on your rear at home. If you like your freedom, get ready and wait for our General (Sundance) to lay out his plan and be willing to follow it.

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  27. shirley49 says:

    Well at least I now know what is meant by a FREE press. They are free to do whatever they please. Cheat, steal, lie, sleep with whomever can get you a story and lie.

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  28. WSB says:

    SD, thank you for chronicling this…

    “In January of 2017 California Senator Dianne Feinstein abdicated her position as Vice-Chair of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI). Upon the initiation of a new congress, and two weeks before the inauguration of President Donald Trump, Virginia Senator Mark Warner took the SSCI Vice-Chair seat…. and that’s how things get started.”

    This shows maneuvering. For a lot of reasons.

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  29. Aussie Lurker says:

    I take my hat off to you Sundance. I begin my day by reading your twitter feed and following the references back here. It is the only US political analysis I trust in Australia. You are a truly remarkable investigative journalist and probably remarkable at a lot more than that.

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  30. JoAnn Leichliter says:

    One case, at least, in which an FBI agent tried to get at and disseminate the facts. We all see how far he got. One can only hope that Dugan is still on board there. He deserves our thanks.

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  31. WSB says:

    I hope we are not ending up here…

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  32. Conservative_302 says:

    So after Obama left office, who was in charge of the Russia hoax? Did we ever figure this out? Was it Mitch McConnell? Schumer and the Lawfare group? Soros? Who thought up the hoax and gave the marching orders throughout?

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    • Apple1994 says:

      Did he ever leave? We know who lives in his basement, don’t we?

      Liked by 1 person

    • MelH says:

      The way I heard it was that Brennan gathered ones from each of the DOJ branches and declared them the team to find Trump guilty of colluding with the Russians to advance Trump’s election at the expense of Hillary.

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  33. fred5678 says:

    Warner knows how to leverage inside info he gets as a politician or politician’s aide.

    “In the early 1980s, he served as a staffer to U.S. Senator Christopher Dodd (D-CT).[4] He later used his knowledge of federal telecommunication law and policies as a broker of mobile phone franchise licenses, making a significant fortune.

    As founder and managing director of Columbia Capital, a venture capital firm, he helped found or was an early investor in a number of technology companies, including Nextel. He co-founded Capital Cellular Corporation, and built up an estimated net worth of more than $200 million.[5][6] As of 2012, he was the wealthiest U.S. Senator.”

    Wiki

    My question: Where does an IC whistleblower go when the crook runs the whistleblower channel??

    Jul 10 2020

    Miami, FL — Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Acting Chairman Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Vice Chairman Mark Warner (D-VA) issued the following joint statement regarding complaints the Committee receives pursuant to the Intelligence Community Whistleblower Protection Act (ICWPA):

    “Consistent with its mandate to oversee the activities and programs of the Intelligence Community, the Committee takes seriously all complaints it receives pursuant to theIntelligence Community Whistleblower Protection Act (ICWPA). The ICWPA is an essential channel for ensuring evidence of wrongdoing rising to the level of an urgent concern is brought to the Committee’s attention in a manner that is lawful and protective of classified information. Without commenting on the specifics of any single instance, the American public can be assured that this Committee’s approach to ICWPA complaints is, and will remain, one defined by vigorous oversight, adherence to the law, and recognition of Congress’ Constitutional obligations.”

    https://www.warner.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/pressreleases?id=3078154A-0CA5-4CFD-AD76-82CB8BFB5B06

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    • 28angelica28 says:

      the American public can be assured that this Committee’s approach to ICWPA complaints is, and will remain, one defined by vigorous oversight, adherence to the law, and recognition of Congress’ Constitutional obligations.”

      the American public can be assured that this Committee’s approach to ICWPA complaints is, and will remain, one defined by vigorous oversightoverreach, adherence to misuse of the law, and recognition of Congress’ Constitutional obligations inherent misuse of power.
      that’s more like reality Marco

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Warner probably said to Rubio follow me and do as I did and say and you can have all that I have.

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    • MelH says:

      I don’t get what’s so special about that link. Whistle blower protection is something new?

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  34. LIG says:

    I’m firing up my email list with reference to this article. Newspapers, radio stations ,government representatives,friends. We need lots of people to know about this intelligence leak and how a Senator was involved. . Now is the time to make the media accountable to report the truth. Treepers do your job. I’m lacking in the Facebook and Twitter areas but I can send emails and make phone calls. Lets Roll. Flood the field with our knowledge as I’m guessing we will get more explosive reporting to share.

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    • Hans says:

      Sent the link to my local station.. the investigative reporter e-mail….. if I’m lucky one of them might read and be red pilled. One at a time .. just like eating an elephant… one bite at a time..

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  35. lambgraham says:

    OK Sundance you told us not to lose faith and be confident that justice will prevail. What action do you want us to take?
    It appears Barr should be asked the last two questions in your article.
    Should we send this article to all Republican members of the Judiciary and Intelligence Committees and hope something is accomplished?
    Personally, I think you should use the strategy of the best Confederate General Nathan Forrest, “arrive first with the most men”
    When your confident your investigative work is complete, go on the conservative talk shows and lay it out in way the public will understand.
    If you wait until after the Durham report is released your voice will be lost amongst the scores of analysts either defending or criticizing it . Does anyone remember the people who analyzed the Mueller report? Ater 2 years ,they are still reading the footnotes.

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  36. mg says:

    Keep rocking the world these hacks live in, Sundance.

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  37. T2020 says:

    Holy…….Sundance, I am praying that whatever you are preparing will be the FINAL “nail in the coffin” for every dirty cop, dirty member of Congress, dirty EVERYONE in DC. May every American see the FILTHY, DECEITFUL, VILE souls that are housed in those human scum.

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    • slopoke1 says:

      I think the problem here is even if the final nail is produced, why should we expect a different reaction vs. all of the other very significant nails that are already out there (Flynn setup, fraudulent FISA app, Trump Tower meeting setup, Papodopolous and Page setup, etc.).

      Bringing the truth unfortunately does not compel others to actually acknowledge that it is the truth, even if they themselves do know it to be so. Cue the dead parrot.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Bubby says:

        So Congress, DOJ/FBI/IC are like the dead parrot when it comes to investigating the coup d’etat or their own corruption!

        Liked by 1 person

      • Robert Smith says:

        Information has to be widely disseminated,

        We know Mass Media won’t do it. Social Media will blunt and censor it as they can. The final Nail is general knowledge but how?

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  38. slopoke1 says:

    Not a single media outlet has ever admitted James Wolfe leaked the FISA application.
    Why not?

    My guess – because Mueller threatened them all with “Obstruction of Justice” charges if they did so. This would certainly fit the pattern.

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    • gary says:

      maybe i missed it in the article. wolfe threatened to subpoena senators in his defense,didn’t he? he sent a letter to every single one on the ssci so he wouldn’t reveal the one or two in his cabal. this is christmas. maybe graham will ask mueller about this. 🙂

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    • FreedomLover says:

      SD has mentioned the answer is much more simple: the media had already accepted the full, unredacted copy of the FISA warrant and used it to the hilt. They couldn’t possibly ever admit that since it would put everything they ever published and any trust in what they ever publish after that into the dust bin, at minimum. Sure would be nice if they could be prosecuted for accepting it.

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  39. Cueball says:

    I just hope SD will / has reached out to Don Jr. to make sure Don , Sr. has seen his work . Please say he has .

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  40. gary says:

    think this part of SD’S briefing to the ‘stunned’ audience this week?

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  41. cboldt says:

    A nit to pick, with the desire that your presentation be impeccable.
    “Four days later, February 13, 2018, the DOJ notified Ali Watkins, and the New York Times, that all of her communications were intercepted as part of the investigation.”
    The DOJ notification expressly says that the contents of her communications were not intercepted. According to the notification, what the FBI got was essentially her detailed phone bill. The fact that a calls was made to, received from, duration of calls, the fact a text message was sent to, message received from.
    That Watkins was apprised is also a “heads up.” Not quite as meaningful as the one given to Warner and Burr.
    Looking back, another unasked question: Who in the DOJ authorized Corney to reveal to congress and the public that the FBI was conducting a counterintelligence investigation against the Trump campaign?

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    • Tom W. says:

      “Looking back, another unasked question: Who in the DOJ authorized Corney to reveal to congress and the public that the FBI was conducting a counterintelligence investigation against the Trump campaign?”
      ———-
      Wasn’t it the opposite? That Comey had an obligation to tell congress and he did not?

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      • cboldt says:

        Both can be true. I was referring to the public reveal. The public reveal was expressly used as part of the Mueller appointment.
        March 20, 2017 – Public testimony before House Intelligence. Part of Comey’s five minute opening statement:
        “I have been authorized by the Department of Justice to confirm that the FBI, as part of our counterintelligence mission, is investigating the Russian government’s efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election and that includes investigating the nature of any links between individuals associated with the Trump campaign and the Russian government and whether there was any coordination between the campaign and Russia’s efforts. As with any counterintelligence investigation, this will also include an assessment of whether any crimes were committed.”
        http://www.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/1703/20/cnr.04.html

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    • rayvandune says:

      I believe this “detailed phone bill” you refer to is called a “pen register”, and that this was also used against Gen. Flynn, to identify calls to be subsequently analyzed. My impression is that a pen register does not require the level of proof of a FISA warrant. Please correct me if any of these impressions are incorrect.

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      • cboldt says:

        In this context, the legal term used is “communication records.” I think it is a close parallel with a pen register.
        Under 18 USC 2703, no court order is required AT ALL.

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    • rayvandune says:

      I believe this “detailed phone bill” you refer to is called a “pen register”, and that this was also used against Gen. Flynn, to identify calls to be subsequently analyzed. My impression is that a pen register does not require the level of proof of a FISA warrant. Please correct me if any of these impressions are incorrect.

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  42. bulwarker says:

    “Why wasn’t he prosecuted for it?”

    Because of Democrat privilege.

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  43. cboldt says:

    28 CFR 50.10 – Policy regarding obtaining information from, or records of, members of the news media
    This is a dense policy statement that explains why Watkins got the notification letter from Liu. The existence of the letter indicates a high-level investigation, possibly involving the AG.

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  44. Lisa in TN says:

    Okay, I think I’m getting it. The FISA we are seeing circulated around in the Wolfe case has the date stamped 3/17. HOW & WHY is this in the public sphere. Dugan handed over the file to Mueller/Main Justice. Sundance stated the grand jury didn’t see it–it remained at DOJ. The public shouldn’t have a redacted form with the stamped date 3/17. Was it mistakenly used for redactions & given to Judicial Watch for their FOIA request?? I don’t know if that’s right..

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    • Lisa in TN says:

      If that’s right…I’m thinking that’s why Sundance always includes that close up picture of the stamp & date in his articles on this.

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    • Lisa in TN says:

      Any maybe this release is what tipped off Sundance 2 years ago to start his investigation from a particular approach –that Mueller was controlling Main Justice. Mueller has the 3/17 date FISA as it was turned over to him by FBI as relating to SC investigation. FOIA requests go to Main Justice. and somehow Main Justice sends a redacted version of file that is in Mueller’s custody. Hence how Sundance came up with Mueller controlling Main Justice.

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      • Midnite says:

        Lisa, I think you hit it on the head. Remember “it’s not what’s in it, it’s what’s on it” and what’s on it are the phoney dates used in the leak investigation as well as the release date to the SSCI. This may also include the redactions, or more specifically what’s under the redactions that provided SD with the clues he needed to unravel the mystery. If we compare what Watkins and others reported using the “unredacted” version vs what’s visible in the redacted version obtained through FOIA, one might be able to prove that they had an unredacted version by their own reporting. After all these aren’t the smartest people in the world and they may well have let their journalistic zeal override their brain when it came to “reporting” on the story. It would be interesting to look at all of the articles this handful of reporters wrote during that time period and compare that to what would have been known and unknown information at the time.

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  45. Luna says:

    If the DOJ can go after Manafort years after a closed investigation, can’t Barr go after Wolfe now?

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    • MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

      Barr might not want to know what Wolfe knows about the corrupt senators. All it would have taken 2 years ago is for the SG to go back to Wolfe with additional charges (if valid). That would have made things very interesting but he didn’t because he isn’t going to do anything.

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  46. “Why not?” Good question. No arrests, no justice. Still waiting on both.

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  47. lolli says:

    Sundance🇺🇸
    Thank you!
    🙏

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  48. dow40kby2024 says:

    The reason not a single media outlet admitted that James Wolfe leaked the FISA Application was because the media was not asking questions and the Prosecutors (Mueller Team of 17 controlling the DOJ) were not going to provide an answer. The team/DOJ somehow removed the FBI Special Agent evidence as thoroughly described by Sundance.
    I believe we are going to hear from FBI SA Dugan again here soon I’d think………. Perhaps SA Dugan has been chatting with some of the right people about thus since he knows the truth about his evidence. Hero?
    Not sure I’d wanna be Senator Warner about now.

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  49. Jimmy R says:

    Daniel Gade is running against Mark Warner.

    https://gadeforvirginia.com/

    Thank you for all your hard work, Sundance.

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  50. Michael Hennessy says:

    I wonder who/what’s preventing Agent Dugan from exposing Warner, as if we didn’t know!

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