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. American Eagle says:

    With Senator Warner worth more than 230 million dollars, he had the means and ability to corrupt justice. He also had the motive. The circumstantial evidence shows he was complicit. He should have the FBI on his butt reviewing his bank records for this period.

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    • KBR says:

      Not to mention Collis-Warner.

      Liked by 3 people

      • listingstarboard says:

        Another sketchy “foundation” to help the children?

        Liked by 5 people

        • sloobiesloobiedoo says:

          Here is exactly what I posted on all my social media accounts. I did my best to summarize Sundance’s hard-work, otherwise your average Joe has the attention span of a gnat, and won’t bother to read it… If there’s any serious errors, please point them out. Otherwise, feel free to share.

          https://theconservativetreehouse.com/…/the-mysterious-jour…/

          1) In 2017, Dianne Feinstein (D), whom had a Chinese spy as her personal driver for 10+ years, resigns from Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, referred to as SSCI. Senators Mark Warner (D) & Richard Burr (R) co-chair as leadership.

          2) Co-chair Warner (D) requests top-secret FISA application for Carter Page, during height of Democrats & MSM’s “Trump is a Russian Agent doing Putin’s work & got urinated on by Russian hookers in a Moscow hotel room. Therefore, Putin’s got blackmail on him & we should go to war with Russia” insanity….At same time, FBI looking into intelligence leaks in the DC apparatus.

          3) FBI field agent creates ‘leak-tracer’ version of Page FISA application pulled directly from FISA courts, by modifying the application date by 1-day. He delivers the FISA application to SSCI Security Director, James Wolfe.

          4)Wolfe sends Buzzfeed journalist, Ali Watkins, whom he is sleeping with, the leak-tracer version of the top-secret FISA Carter application. He sends this to her via 83 picture text messages.

          5)Watkins subsequently seeds this illegally-acquired FISA application with Buzzfeed, New York Times & Washington Post.

          6) Buzzfeed, NYTimes (whom at the time, the recently -resigned Bari Weiss was editor) & WaPo subsequently start reporting on information contained within the illegally-leaked FISA application.

          7) FBI then knows that Wolfe leaked the FISA application, requested by Warner, to Watkins. They obtain warrant to surveil all three: Warner, Wolfe & Watkins, obtaining text messages & other incriminating info, including Warner’s lawyer/lobbyist friend, Adam Waldman.

          8) They interrogate Wolfe, who admits that he lied & leaked the FISA application. He is quietly removed from the SSCI. An indictment process begins.

          9) Indictment materials are handed over to the main DOJ (now headed by Rosenstein, Mueller & the team of 17 Dem lawyers leading the resistance-coup against “Russian Agent” Trump.) Team Mueller is now in charge of the Wolfe FISA leak indictment. However, evidence of the leak is never presented to the grand jury

          10) Wolfe subsequently convicted of lying to FBI. He is never charged by Mueller/Rosensteins’ DOJ of illegally leaking top-secret Page FISA application, because the leak-evidence was never presented to the grand jury.

          11) Not a single MSM outlet has covered/admitted that James Wolfe leaked the illegally-acquired FISA Carter Page application.

          WHY WAS WOLFE NOT PROSECUTED FOR IT BY MUELLER/ROSENSTEINS’ DOJ?

          This is the beginning. Pay attention, it’s gonna get bumpy.

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        • vikingmom says:

          So MANY “Foundations”….so LITTLE evidence they have ever actually distributed one dime to anyone in need!!

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    • Bill says:

      Boggles my mind, as a CPA, how easy it would be to untangle the corruption on these people in about two days. It’s simple. They don’t take the tax money directly. They get the contracts for their buddies companies, then their buddies use a bunch of subcontractors, one of which has some sort of tie to the politician or their family and they get the money from those people in one form or another.

      This is audit 101 stuff. Why are we letting these people get away with this crap?! We are lost as a society if we don’t stop this immediately. Take this option away from politicians to enrich themselves and you will quickly see these evil scum lose interest in being the REPRESENTATIVES of the American People.

      SMFH.

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      • Blue Moon says:

        They all write books that make them a lot of money (but doesn’t sell a lot of copies). Go figure.

        Liked by 4 people

        • Your Tour Guide says:

          MIght be reading too much into it, but maybe
          our old friends Arabella Advisors are the behind
          the scenes funding source for those book deals.

          Do something benefitting the narrative, the swamp,
          and the heat gets a little too much. Voila’ ! A book
          deal comes along to help you cool your heals until
          the heat blows over. No enterprise that had to actually
          respond to stockholders, cover their own bills could
          actually broker money losing deals like this. It’s
          someone else’s money for services rendered. It just
          happens too predictably. There’s some off the books
          finances occurring with these deals.

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          • Bill says:

            YTG, again, this could be figured out through auditing. Subpoena the books of the publishers and see if the purchases came from a small handful of funding sources. Voila! You find your laundry machine.

            Liked by 4 people

          • MelH says:

            Considering the many books out about Trump and government these days, I’d guess no author makes more than their “Advance” , which would probably be $50K tops. Most book contracts pay, after the Advance, based only on sales that are not discounted more than 43%, so few authors ever get more than the Advance. To a guy like Comey, $50K is pocket change.

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        • Alex1689 says:

          Or Netflix deals. Ahem.

          Liked by 1 person

      • doyouseemyvision says:

        Hired!

        Liked by 1 person

      • Armchair Quarterback says:

        Bingo! This was perfected into an art form during The Clinton years.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Redzone says:

        Bill- Don’t you remember the McCain / Feingold bill fixed all the campaign contribution problems a long time ago?

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    • salminella says:

      To quote Flounder of Animal House as the parade is in chaos, “This is so great.” When do the parties get their front doors opened with battering rams at 3am? Waiting…

      Liked by 1 person

    • Peppurr says:

      He’s probably got an offshore bank account,

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  2. Lisa in TN says:

    wouldn’t it be awesome if Tucker were taking the week off b/c he needed the time to digest Sundance’s info (over 1K of pages) to prepare for the big reveal. Wishful thinking, I know…

    Liked by 17 people

    • TradeBait says:

      Was thinking the same thing. On the #1 cable news related show.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Chuck says:

      Wouldn’t it also be awesome if Sydney Powell is working with Sundance.

      Liked by 12 people

      • Bogeyfree says:

        Well worse case since she is a regular reader here, she now most definitely can see Sundance’s evidence and her insight to Sundance would be INVALUABLE!

        Between Sidney into Gen. Flynn, IMO there is no doubt that Gen. Flynn can get Sundance in front of COS Meadows worst case.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      It’s usual for him to go trout fishing this time of year.

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    • Whitehouse Clown says:

      You don’t fly fish one hundred percent of the time on vacation. Plenty of time to read and digest a thousand pages with the help of trusted staff assistants and Sundance.

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      • H.R. says:

        You’ve never met me or some of the other fishermen I know ;o)

        Oh, sure. You don’t spend 100% of the time fishing. Some of the time is spent driving or hiking to and from the fishing spots. The rest of the time is spent cleaning fish and fixing a shore lunch or sleeping. Sometimes, beer is involved, but not always as it can interfere with fishing. You can’t cast and retrieve while holding a beer.

        Oh, and then there’s the time spent lying about the fish you caught.
        :o)

        Tucker will be all tuckered out when he gets back.

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        • Redzone says:

          “You can’t cast and retrieve while holding a beer.” With proper pre-planning, there are hats, backpacks, and other supplies that can be used to work around this problem.

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  3. LafnH20 says:

    Because every media outlet was given a copy of the (unredacted) leaked FISA Application and had run “Stories” which contained information that wasn’t “Supposed” to be “Available”.
    That would have made them complicit in the leaking.

    And “questions” about that complicity would have been asked.

    Can’t have that…

    I guess you could say the media was…
    IN ON IT!!

    Liked by 11 people

    • StanH says:

      No question. The MSM is the enemy of a free America. They are not dupes but gleeful willing participants. “once you’re a rat you’re a rat all the way…”

      Liked by 9 people

    • Deplore Able says:

      Gosh, if I were an editor for the New York Times and I knew this was coming down, I would probably resign.

      Liked by 9 people

    • Talk to the hand Progs says:

      Yes alarm, but let’s not forget the media was onboard from the start of the disinformation campaign supporting the coup against the Trump campaign and administration. The lockstep daily narrative suggests the whole legacy propaganda organs of the resistance are involved.

      I really hope Durham has GPS Fusion’s bank records so we’ll know who in the media were on their payroll, as well as who was paying GPS. Any bets non-HRC payments to GPS Fusion travelled through a series of shell companies?

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      • Talk to the hand Progs says:

        Spellchecker

        I was responding to Lafn

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        • LafnH20 says:

          Keepin my $ in the mattress, Talk to the hand Progs.

          That’s how it’s done. As someone mentioned a few days ago….
          “Bunch of folks standing in a big circle shoving money in the pockets of the one in front of them”.
          The payoffs keep goin round and round till the scam has run it’s course. Then… The next scam.

          It’s a Big Club….

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  4. deplorablepubliussyrus says:

    Thanks, SD for connecting the dots again, and providing the evidence for what some long expected, and to answer your questions:
    1. Wolfe wasn’t charged cuz he knows where all the bodies are buried, as his lawyers reminded the Senators, and also at deeply corrupt Main Justice (yes, of course Rosenstein colluded with Comey and Congress to get Mueller appointed, to begin the coverup.)
    And
    2. Of course the Left Media won’t report on it because they were in on it too, NYT and WAPO used as leakers of FBI and CIA. Buttress as the seeder of the Steele Smear, Politico, Vox, PuffHos as the echo chamber for citogenesis, etc.

    But then you knew all that already, Socrates.

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  5. Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

    I like the use of the word “occupy” to describe how the DOJ was taken over by traitors They clearly took full advantage of their power, not just to harass President Trump and everyone associated with him through the Mueller “investigation”, but to control the flow of evidence pertaining to their group’s actions. Regardless of how you feel about Jeff Sessions as a person, his recusal allowed the occupation to occur. If Barr had been chosen from the beginning this never would have happened. Ultimately this was President Trump’s mistake, but someone (like Sessions himself) should have warned him that appointing a person to the AG spot who so visibly campaigned for him would be leveraged by the Dems.

    Liked by 6 people

    • cboldt says:

      I’d put that in “lessons learned.” Sessions naievly thought DOJ was basically honest, and also didn;t pick up the clues when asked the “would you recuse” questions during confirmation.
      Much of DEM Congress was in on this … Whitehouse comes to mind, Durbin of course.
      We see DOJ brightly because it has the legal process, but CIA, State, and Judiciary are also neck deep in the coup. All of the institutions are rotten, and Congress is THE key player in creating and protecting the rot.
      Not hyperbole to view Congress as Organized Crime with a badge. Selling the US by the dollar.

      Liked by 12 people

      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “Selling the US by the dollar.”

        My [male] BFF’s father has had a saying for years:

        “We have the best politicians money can buy”

        I am pretty sure he might have been saying that prior to NAFTA.

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      • Mike says:

        Also, the Gang of 8 save Nunes was part of the problem. McConnell, Ryan, and Burr saw this as an opportunity to remove Trump and have VP Pence take over the reins of government. They wanted to believe Comey, Brennan, and Clapper about the Russia hoax. Trump was left slowly twisting in the wind. Nunes and Adm Rogers were the true patriots.

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        • LafnH20 says:

          “In January of 2017 California Senator Dianne Feinstein abdicated her position as Vice-Chair of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI).”

          Guess where she went…

          Senate Judiciary Committee as Ranking member.

          Guess who the Chair of the Senate JUDICIARY currently is…

          That would be Miss Lindsey.

          You don’t think Dianne went to the Judiciary committee to keep an eye on ole Lindsey… do ya?
          She’d become the Chair if …. if …. The political winds shifted in the Senate.

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        • doyouseemyvision says:

          Sessions as former Senator was part of the cabal inserted by McConnell. All Senators stick together and watch out for each other regardless of party.

          That’s why McCONNELL wanted Sessions back in the Senate because he knew he could rely on him to continue to remove Trump.

          Liked by 1 person

      • Paul Cohen says:

        lol of course if the Qtard drivel had been true then Sessions should have been extremely well informed from the start, not totally “naive” and gullible … YEARS have been lost with so many lives ruined and our nation badly harmed …..the House of Reps. was lost, resulting in the sham impeachment and so much more time and energy wasted…. where did Q’s “we have it all” go????? Oh, right, the Qook nonsense is garbage and was always garbage.

        Fortunately, there are a few genuine superstars like Sundance, Sidney Powell, et al. working to make things right…. no thanks at all to the deluded lunatics of Qanon.

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      • dd_sc says:

        Wasn’t Senator Franken the one pushing the recusal questions during Sessions’ confirmation?

        Then quickly removed via a sexual harassment charge shortly thereafter.

        Sacrificing a pawn by Democrats?

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        • cboldt says:

          Franken was indeed the one pushing the collusion allegation. I don’t think that is connected to his resignation under the mee tooo moovement. He could have stuck it out.

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          • dd_sc says:

            Probably. But that sexual harassment charge could have been a convenient excuse to get him to leave – especially if Schumer and McConnell structured the confirmation so that Franken would ask those questions. He never struck me as the type to come up with those questions on his own.

            Note that once he left, he faded into obscurity. I don’t recall any charges post resignation. Some payoffs?

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  6. PCS says:

    I’m feeling very deprived of my Constitutional rights these days. I have a guarantee of some things from our We The People governmental documentation in the primary form of the US Constitution that I feel are being abridged. It’s pissing me off.

    Liked by 12 people

    • rawflint says:

      You are far from alone. The disfunction of our government is pervasive as well as the overt criminality. Our so called “legislators” have one interest and it has NOTHING to do with governing or legislation. GREED has corrupted the government from top to bottom. Perks and graft are their primary benefits that constantly expand because they are so special. When the time comes for an increase in their benefits, the vote is preordained to pass. This for a part-time job that they fail CONSTANTLY to do. Wise up AMERICA!

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    • stripmallgrackle says:

      Due to an order by the County Commissioner, I must wear a mask to shop for groceries. Nobody has challenged the Commissioner’s claim that COVID is enough of a threat to justify the order, nor has the Commissioner been forced to produce proof that lives are being saved. I’m feeling a bit abridged myself.

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  7. Two Party Evil Money Cult of D C’!

    1. Trump reads here.

    2. All of U S and others pass this on.

    3. Example I send all this to John Ratcliff’s chief of staff at his U S House office ( It still exist as a replacement gets picked August 8 here in North Texas.

    4. Ambush’s do happen, Sundance and U S are the ambush!

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  8. Obvious, to protect little Markie Warner, a Democrat and run cover for the false narrative.

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    • doyouseemyvision says:

      I hope when this breaks, it causes Warner to lose his re-election in November.

      Anybody out there from Virginia and can send theses articles to Warner’s Repub opponent?

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  9. Bucknutguy says:

    And we will soon discover that Dana Boente was fired for retaliation against agent Dugan for his work to expose the leak and cover-up.

    Liked by 15 people

  10. KMD says:

    So, if the crooked lawfare geeks intercepted SSA Dugan’s work from reaching a grand jury, that is called:
    OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE
    Game, set, match.

    This might depict be how those lawfare geeks will act when Durham comes a knockin’…

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  11. MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

    I am still holding out hope for what The Donald told us..

    “I caught them all” ………The clock is running on just what that means.

    Liked by 5 people

  12. DeWalt says:

    I smell a Mitch in the glitch. Mitch has a huge amount of interest in keeping PDJT in check. Outside the U.S. Chamber of Commerce his wife’s family is heavily tied to China’s Banking and Shipping. Mitch is pulling the strings and it’s all about China.

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    • texasooz57 says:

      DeWalt, I was wondering the same thing. I happened to find an old post by SD dated Janary 24, 2017, right after President Trump took office. SD reminds us that,

      “The enemy is NOT just Chuck Schumer, the real enemy is the entire UniParty apparatus which includes the GOPe swamp protection crew. President Trump is an existential threat to the GOPe just as much as President Trump is an adversary to the visible democrats. The GOPe just scheme it behind closed door….Nothing is what it appears to be.”
      https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/01/24/nikki-haley-confirmed-as-u-s-ambassador-to-u-n-mcconnell-and-cornyn-maintain-gope-trickery/

      So do you think SD is telling us to think outside of the box? That this is beyond just “the apparent” actors of just the democrats?

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      • DeWalt says:

        Not sure, but I think what was going on was Treason by the most powerful people in our country. China has/had deep tentacles into our entire government and our leaders were getting very rich selling us off.

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    • Blue Moon says:

      Funny thing is Mitch’s wifes family somehow received money from the pandemic money. He swears he doesn’t know how that happened but he corrected that problem.

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    • doyouseemyvision says:

      BINGO – GRAND PRIZE!

      Mitch has been part of the SSIC Gang of 8 as both Senate Majority and Minority leader. He received all the Comey/Brennan briefings and has known everything from the beginning. It seems more and more apparent the US Senate is literally knee-deep in the coup strategizing with the coup players.

      The Grassley tweet the other day to tell Barr to ‘get with it’ is all coverup.

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    • MGBSE says:

      Agree DeWalt … but McConnell’s bazillion $$$ PAC failed to bring in Sessions … maybe, just maybe, his RINO control is weakening.

      Liked by 2 people

      • dd_sc says:

        Once may have been enough for the good people of Alabama.

        Mitch and his PAC put a lot of money in the AL primary to get rid of Mo Brooks.

        End result was losing that seat to a Democrat.

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        • cdquarles says:

          Indeed. That special election was one of, if not the, dirtiest and ugliest election I’ve seen here; and fed mostly by outside money and groups. Even then, the D just squeaked by.

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    • dd_sc says:

      Mitch is also Gang of 8 for Intel oversight. As well as, in control of confirmation hearings the got Wray, Barr etc …

      He could be in pretty deep.

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  13. TwoLaine says:

    Based on the piece of the Maria B/AG Barr interview that was recently released, Barr is going after the culprits on, at the very least, obstructing the peaceful transfer of government. A promise of peaceful and bipartisan process that is governed by law and guaranteed to the American people.

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  14. avocadodipp says:

    Lots and lots of back room deals going on, right? They (meaning Burr and Warner, in particular) did not want that little birdie (Wolfe) to ‘sing.’

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  15. Alex1689 says:

    No cell phones are allowed in a SCIF. There would be meticulous record kept of who went into the SCIF thoday, including log in and log out time. Dugan was undoubtedly monitoring or got that log. Odds ayonly Warner wenuin, somehow got a devising with him to snap the pics. He provided them to Wolfe to send to Watkins. Not just giving the orders, but actively breaching national security. Treason. Jessie Liu accessory after the fact for the cover up.

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    • Alex1689 says:

      Maybe the window that recently opened for SD is WFO/Dugan were authorized to show SD the SCIF log from that day? And no one else went in or out in the relevant time span? Irrefutable proof that Warner himself was the source of the national security breach.

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    • jazz2112 says:

      In my experience, depends on what manner of log recording; paper log or badge swipe access log. If he went into the SCIF with his cellphone, he would only be able to take local pics since such rooms are shielded from RF, and then send/share once outside.

      What surprises me is the 80 some pics he took! That had to take some time. Anyone else in the SCIF should have reported this action. Then again, maybe no one else was present.

      It all stinks!

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      • Alex1689 says:

        Metadata on the pics? If he did send in more than one direction, again it’s Warner who is caught, Wolfe doesn’t even have to give him up. Wolfe agrees to take the hit to cover up the larger, huge scandal that loses VA that Senate seat. Because that’s the way DC works. Your bread and butter depends on whose star you hitched yourself to. Payoff later. Also, permanent job security for life.

        Confront Warren with the proof? How do you arrange that?

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      • Deplore Able says:

        March 17, 2017 was a Friday and it was St. Patrick’s Day. At 4:00 pm in the afternoon, nobody else would have been in the SCIF. How convenient for Senator Warner. I guess the luck of the non-Irish.

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      • Visolatte says:

        Wolfe was he security director for the committee – he ran the SCIF. He could do what he wanted.

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        • Your Tour Guide says:

          Someone earlier posted how Warner made all of his pile
          off on telecommunications, technology. Someone that was
          less up on all of that might have some issues with getting all
          of those pictures exported out of the SCIF. Warner would
          be wayyyy more up on how to handle the issue if technology
          was involved.

          The complications that are being discussed on the sending
          out of the pictures, coupled with Warner’s past background
          puts him front and center as a co perp in this. He ( literally)
          knows what buttons to push to get it done. Wolfe? Maybe not.

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          • dd_sc says:

            That could just be investments. Warner doesn’t come across as a electrical engineer or anything technical like that.

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        • dd_sc says:

          I think it is the group that provides the information that runs the SCIF. So FBI in this case. I think it was FBI that ran the SCIF when Nunes went to look at the information.

          When Congress people were wanting to look at Obama’s TTP and TTIP, the State Department was running the SCIF and put a lot restrictions in place.

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    • dd_sc says:

      Not suppose to have a cell phone (any recording device) when you meet with the President either – diGenova and Toensing have pointed out they have to put them in a locker before going in. Yet Meuller or Rosenstein got one in.

      Smuggling a second phone into a secured location appears to be pretty easy. Secret Service, or whoever, needs to up their game on that.

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  16. I find the timing of this post by Sundance is interesting.
    I wonder if his present “journey” to “engage” people in the know is impetus for posting it.

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  17. Alex1689 says:

    Did pics also go Warner to Waldman to Deripaska? FISA on Deripaska would show that. Agent of a foreign power.

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  18. Skidroe says:

    I really liked Sessions before he became AG but think about it, what would you do if your entire family was threatened? Sessions knew once they threatened his family that they would follow through. They are relentless! Warner needs to be exposed along wt the others.

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    • Rob says:

      Sessions could have (should have) stepped down as AG as soon as he knew he would be useless in the role. Trump could have then replaced him without the bad optics of firing him.

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      • Libertybella says:

        EXACTAMUNDO….He should have stepped down.

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        • Jury Nullification says:

          Sessions offered his resignation, President Trump refused to accept it, IIRC.

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          • rayvandune says:

            IIRC, Sessions offered to resign when he and Trump learned, together in the Oval Office, that Rosenstein had appointed a Special Counsel, Robert Mueller.

            In other words, Sessions offered to slam the gate, and hit himself in the ass real hard with it in doing so, as all the horses disappeared over the horizon in a cloud of dust!

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          • rayvandune says:

            IIRC, Sessions offered to resign when he and Trump learned, together in the Oval Office, that Rosenstein had appointed a Special Counsel, Robert Mueller.

            In other words, Sessions offered to slam the gate, and hit himself in the ass real hard with it in doing so, as all the horses disappeared over the horizon in a cloud of dust!

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        • Spryte says:

          Sessions is a eunich

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  19. Bryan Alexander says:

    5. FBI leadership also took the step of personally notifying the SSCI Chair and Vice Chair of the investigation. In Doing so, the FBI requested, in order to avoid the potential destruction of evidence, that the SSCI take no steps to reveal to Wolfe the existence of the investigation until the FBI could conduct additional investigative activity.

    Question: is this statement a warning or heads up to the court that the FBI leadership was compromised and PARTICIPATING in the illegal activity? According to the agent swearing out this statement, there was more investigative activity taking place. If you are investigating Warner and Burr, why tell them of the leak? What were they gonna destroy? The FBI had the pictures texted to Watkins.

    This appears to be one of two things:
    A. The heads up to Warner and Burr was a legitimate action by the FBI leadership to see what Warner and Burr would do because they were being investigated.
    B. The heads up to Warner and Burr was a move by FBI leadership to warn other coup members that the leaked FISA Application was being investigated by non-coup members and that they needed to cover their rear ends.

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  20. JonS says:

    I sure hope this goes https://gadeforvirginia.com/

    Richmond, VA – Republican nominee for US Senate Daniel Gade is challenging Mark Warner to five debates. Virginians deserve to hear the difference between the tired ideas of a career politician and the new, fresh visions of a lifelong servant leader. Daniel Gade is demanding these 5 debates be spread throughout the entire Commonwealth, including Southwest, Tidewater, Richmond, Southside, and Northern VA.

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  21. StanH says:

    Connecting the dots “…all the doo-dah day.” Awesome!

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  22. evergreen says:

    Why would Wolfe serve a single day in prison for something he did at the behest of a senator?

    If he copped a plea and served two months, why? What would they have on him that would make him take a felony voluntarily? And, if he had that kind of background, how did he secure and maintain a clearance?

    If he were a rogue, the senators would have dismissed his threats to drag them into the prosecution–why would they capitulate to a rogue? So, he must not have been rogue, he must have done it at their behest, but either he had other anvils over his head or he’s on standby to reap a reward for taking one for the team. Or, someone made him a deal he couldn’t refuse, perhaps?

    Immunity deal for Wolfe to find out what the heck went on?

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  23. jambo says:

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

    Because they would have to explain that every single article they released between March 17th 2017 and July 21st 2018 were not based on ‘sources familiar with the matter’ but based on the traitorous leak of the Wolfe FISA that had the deliberately altered dates.

    Not something the corrupt and traitorous media want to admit.

    God speed Sundance.

    “Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.”

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      I wish we could get someone like shipwreckedcrew reading and commenting from a legal perspective on this because I’d like to know if there is a crime here that could touch media people and or organizations?

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  24. Bogeyfree says:

    Bravo Sundance,

    This connects so many dots and is easy for a total outsider to follow.

    I do have one follow up that I hope you can answer.

    In the government exhibit dated 12/14/18 it says that when there is a leak the FBI to fulfill its duty to warn would notify EXECUTIVE BRANCH EQUITY HOLDERS.

    So who was warned within the executive branch back in Nov/Dec 2018?

    Rosenstein? Mueller? ODNO Coats? Or COS Kelly?

    Interesting that Kelly left in Jan 2019 and PT announced Mulvaney as Acting COS in Dec 2018

    Also you used the term “DC equity holders” the other day. Maybe a little foreshadowing in Ratcliffe or Meadows I hope??

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    • tav144 says:

      The term “equity holders” was used by Dugan to describe who the top secret info/docs belong to (the FISA application released per FOIA was an “FBI equity” because it was their document to provide). More specifically, equity holder is defined as someone who has or holds an interest or stake in something of value.
      So it seems the term “DC equity holders” is referring to all those involved in promoting the coup effort who have something to lose.

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    • Apple1994 says:

      “I stick with the language that’s in front of you.”

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  25. Bogeyfree says:

    I’ve used up my one question a day for Sundance above but will ask the group……

    Sundance indicates that this Dugan / leaking investigation was kicked back to USAO Jessie Liu who carried out the wrist slap on Wolfe.

    So was she told by Muller or Rosenstein to do this meaning she knew there was a FISA leak and as a US Attorney never pushed back or was she totally in the dark of the details and just followed orders coming from Main Justice?

    This helps understand why possibly Barr moved her.

    But IF it was because of this and maybe other things then doesn’t that suggest Barr knows the truth?

    And if so then the question is……..

    What does he do with the truth if indeed there is one system of justice? Hmm…….

    Balls may just finally be getting squeezed for many.

    Oh how I hope Sundance can meet face to face with PT or Ratcliffe.

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    • Bubby says:

      Bogey excellent post! I wonder if USAO Jessie Liu violated any existing Federal laws in her negotiations with Wolfe on the sweetheart deal he got? Are there limits to what a Federal Attorney can offer a perp like ignoring known criminal activity? Just wondering? Probably not.

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  26. L4grasshopper says:

    ALL of this occurred before Barr was installed as AG.

    Rod the Rat was Acting AG, and Wray the useless was FBI. And of course Weismann was running the Mueller travesty.

    I sincerely hope Barr will hold accountable those who decided NOT to indict Wolfe.

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      Yes I know Barr was the man back in Dec 2018 but Barr did move Jessie Liu so my question is was it for this action or something else?

      And if this action then Barr knows everything Sundance posted last night which would be glorious because as Sundance says……

      We now know and I hope soon, PT will know as well if he doesn’t already.

      IMO Barr would have to act on this otherwise how would it be any different than what the SC team did on the Carter Page FISA Leak??

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      • Bogeyfree says:

        Correction Word Press Issue – Was Not the man

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      • L4grasshopper says:

        Bogey….the first thing Barr did after being confirmed was to get Mueller to tell him what he had on Russia collusion, and when he heard “nothing” he IMMEDIATELY started the process to shut Mueller down. This was the correct first big thing to do….remove the “sword of Damocles” over Trump’s Head that was the Mueller travesty. By July Mueller was done…but the Left immediately fired up Ukraine….and then impeachment.

        Meanwhile, Barr appointed Durham in May of 2019 and set him to work. He also appointed Jensen to look specifically at the Flynn fiasco.

        For those who say Barr is not doing enough….all I can say is that he has done plenty, and the “big ugly” we all want may, in fact, have to be just that—one big series of actions. And getting ready for this takes time….hard work….no leaks…..and dedicated people.

        I personally believe that indicting a McCabe or Strzok etc BEFORE the investigation into the upper reaches of the conspiracy was far enough along would have been a strategic error.

        At the same time, I recognize that the clock is ticking.

        We can only hope and pray that Barr is, in fact, doing all he can to hold the guilty accountable, and that he will. But recognize: he really needs to have all ducks in a row if and when he acts against former CIA, FBI, and DNI directors.

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        • texasooz57 says:

          Grasshopper, I like your analysis, thank you.

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        • ms Idaho says:

          Grasshopper – like
          add IMH Uneducated Opinion, what is happening to Flynn and Stone show us all that bringing charges in a DC court will have predictable outcomes – depending on ….

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        • Walley says:

          “At the same time, I recognize that the clock is ticking.”
          And of course the investigation was delayed due to the pandemic…. Things that make you go Hmmmm!

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      • Jim in TN says:

        Don’t forget, everybody knew Flynn was innocent before they sent Comey to start framing Trump. And they knew the FISA investigation had to stop based upon proven falsehoods in the Dossier by the time of Trump’s inauguration. And they knew there was never any collusion, after all, that was their attempt at a frame up.

        But they kept it all going to achieve the takeover of the House. And immediately prepped their long planned Impeachment of President Trump. But Trump never took the bait to obstruct the SC or to let them trap him into perjury accusations.

        They knew impeachment would fail. They knew Rosenstein would be gone shortly thereafter, even if he didn’t resign. They needed somebody to sweep it all under the rug.

        I am not referring to Mueller and his zealous Lawfare beach buddies, fanatics who will stop at nothing to remove Trump. I am referring to the established powers, like McConnell and Schumer, etc.

        So they turned to past Republican Establishment Presidents for a ‘trustworthy’ AG.

        Reenter Bagpipe Barr. But Barr is also a patriot with an oversized love for the DOJ, and an inflated opinion of its importance to the country.

        I have no doubt that Barr would have prosecuted an impeached Trump if that is how things worked out. And they knew that.

        I also have no doubt that they knew he would strive to prevent this from tarnishing his beloved DOJ. And Barr has been doing just that.

        But they left out a few key things from their plan. Like they flat out lied to the FISC. Which ordered Barr to act.

        And that they hired zealous beach buddies to frame and convict Trump and his associates. These zealots used criminal means to do so. And they refuse to stop.

        Zealots don’t slink away when thwarted. They get enraged and fly off the handle to renew their attacks.

        By choosing angry Democrats to conduct their unethical attacks, they doomed all efforts to sweep it all under the rug.

        This is forcing Barr to act. He might have succeeded in sweeping all things FISC under the rug, but not when other judges run amok.

        And Zero is running scared. Sending public signals for his zealots to act out. So, amok they run. Bringing out more and more evidence against them all.

        Now we shall learn if Barr will set his broom aside, or if he will go down in the cloud of suspicions his vigorous sweeping has brought forth.

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        • Alex1689 says:

          Sheer speculation here, but I took 2 hours to listen to Joe’s Rogan interview Tom O’Neill about his new book on Charles Manson and the connection with MK Ultra doc Joly (sp?) West, who parachuted in to “treat” Jack Ruby before he could testify to the Warren Commission. A lot there ties back to Allen Dulles and the CIA.

          Dot: Pres. Trump holds back some key portion of the JFK files from scheduled release.

          Dot: Jeb receives a very shocking insert in his bulletin at McCain funeral.

          Dot: There is a picture floating around of what appears to be a young GB in Dallas day of the Kennedy assassination. Coincidentally, the future head of the CIA.

          Barr is a Bush protege, no?

          Truce? I don’t release the JFK files, Barr comes in, we negotiate from there?

          Insurance files might go more than one way?

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  27. Bogeyfree says:

    So much to ask but one I wish Sundance would respond to is……

    Does he want us sending this article to people like Don Jr, Erik, Ivanka, Bongino, Rush, Tucker, Hannity, Solomon, Sara Carter, Lou Dobbs, Mark Levin, etc or just sit tight???

    This IMO MUST get before PT eyes!

    It is the only way to ensure accountability and that the truth comes out IMO.

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    • III% says:

      I’m not sure what Sundance will say, but I have started reaching out to people with a larger audience than me to help spread the word about this. IMO the more people who know, and spread the information, the more people that will be ready to start loudly demanding accountability.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      What do you think? Stop asking innumerable questions and start thinking for yourself. You have been given all the tools…the answers….right here.

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    • Bubby says:

      Yeah wouldn’t that be great if Sundance held a live town hall meeting with CTH approved posters! He would take and answer any and all questions! He could sell tickets to that event!

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    • doyouseemyvision says:

      If it is on this public forum, Sundance has no problem you spreading the word far and wide.

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  28. tax2much says:

    Hillary and Obama created their monster to take over the world while rewarding their friends in government and the media with billions of dollars in bribes and/or extortion. They weren’t counting on a few million deplorables to rock their boat. We need a little Robespierre type reign of terror against these traitors starting with the Gang of 8 traitors and ending with elimination of the DOJ, CIA and FBI.

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    • TarsTarkas says:

      No we don’t need a Robespierre reign of terror. That led to Napoleon and 20+ years of bloodshed before he was finally put down.

      A Nuremberg trial is more what we need.

      However we are at the point where any trial no matter the evidence or how overwhelming it is will be spun as POTUS getting political revenge on his enemies. That may be why the wait until after the election.

      And Mitch and his dirty dozen RINOs if the temperature got too hot might combine with the Democrats to remove Trump. That is and always has been a concern.

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  29. Jeffrey Coley says:

    “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.”

    Yeah, it isn’t like a JOURNALIST is a mere president.

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    • Bubby says:

      Jeff to me the corrupt leftist msm has no journalists just propagandists so getting a warrant shouldn’t be difficult in my opinion!

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      • Jeffrey Coley says:

        Pointing out the irony, that a “journalist” enjoys a level of deference and protection not afforded to the President of the United States.

        Heck – if you want to spy on the president just do it. If you need a warrant, just make something up and submit it to the court.

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    • Armchair Quarterback says:

      Truer words could not be spoken!

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  30. Conundrum says:

    Literally every reader of this site should send this article to their Senators and Congressional representative with a message to the effect that:

    WE THE PEOPLE KNOW ABOUT THIS CORRUPTION AND WE EXPECT A RECKONING

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  31. MaineCoon says:

    For 2+ years, the 17-DoJ/MUELLER-TEAM ATTORNEYS ran the DoJ/fbi and all things Muh Russia Hoax, Ukraine Hoax, and subsequent hoaxes.

    The 17-DoJ/MUELLER-TEAM ATTORNEYS conspired with SSIC Chair Burr & Vice-Chair Warner and all other IC members and Congressmen/women that they tapped as complicit conspirators.

    The evidence is IRREFUTABLE:

    1. SEDITIOUS CONSPIRACY: they conspired to remove a sitting President, plus candidate and President-elect

    2. CONSPIRED & TRANSACTED ANY & ALL ILLEGAL ACTIONS NECESSARY TO ACCOMPLISH #1, regardless of collateral damage of innocent human beings

    AG BARR:

    WHY WON’T YOU PROSECUTE JAMES WOLFE FOR LEAKING THE MARCH 17, 2017 FISA?

    WHY ARE YOU OBSTRUCTING JUSTICE?

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  32. JonMaxwell says:

    Thanks for finishing the few dots, also it’s not only whats in the Documents but what’s ON the Documents, on the first one it goes something like this, I ________Clerk, FISC certify that this document is a true and correct copy of the original. I think the age of email and e documents has made us lazy where we miss important things, I.E, whats on a document not only what it contains.

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  33. coldangeringa says:

    Sundance, you tease! I am reminded of my children who, when unaware that I know the truth, heap small lie upon small lie to cover their initial action. Each lie an interesting tid bit. Strung together, however, they lead to the seminal event. Self preservation is a powerful motive. Made stronger when complicit with others similarly motivated. I eagerly await the next reveal!

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  34. Jim in TN says:

    I noticed some of those items above were signed by Liu, a deep state operative. And I remembered that Sessions often claimed they were going after leakers. So I found that Rosenstein was assigned supervision of leak investigations at an early stage.

    The sad part, is that they were even leaking that they were going to announce a leak investigation.

    Rosenstein wasn’t involved at the start, he was still trying to get confirmed. But it did not take too long before he took it over.

    I am more convinced than ever that Rosenstein had to commit to carrying out the coup against Trump to get confirmed. Within just a couple weeks of being sworn in, he had created the pretense for the Special Counsel, secretly selected one, and officially appointed him. Than he turned over all his authority to the service of that Special Counsel. Including tampering with evidence, hiding malfeasance, and obstructing justice, obstructing Congress, framing innocent people, denying them their civil rights etc.

    But I am also convinced that this part was planned out very early on. We already know that members of the gang of eight were aware of the false accusations and spying on Trump almost as soon as Crossfire Hurricane started. And we know McCain was involved almost immediately after the election.

    And Sessions recused very early on giving the opportunity to plant an operative in as DAG to control the DOJ and all things Trump.

    Pre announcement hype with suspicious cat.
    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/08/01/reports-attorney-general-sessions-to-unveil-new-leak-investigations-on-friday/

    Aug 4 2017 leak investigations assigned to Rod Rosenstein. Date of assignment not specified.
    https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/attorney-general-jeff-sessions-delivers-remarks-briefing-leaks-classified-materials

    Nov 14, 2017 Sessions tells Congress 27 leak investigations
    https://thehill.com/video/in-the-news/360320-sessions-doj-investigating-27-classified-leaks

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    • doyouseemyvision says:

      Rosenstein’s role was to supervise the Mueller SC’ after Sessions’ recusal. The Mueller team would have never gotten as far as they did without a complicit Rosenstein. Everything Mueller was using against Trump was false, and was out there for Rosenstein to see if he chose and if he was interested in ‘justice’, which is the name of his department.

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  35. Richard says:

    Great job as usual by SD. After reading many comments by others herein , I will offer my opinion. There is no /zero / none legal entity or mechanism that will enforce the laws ( treason , sedition , obstruction , illegal leaks , etc.) against hundreds of high level DOJ , FBI , CIA , SSCI members ( powerful senators ) …. not to mention all of Obummers Team. The ONLY PATH TO ACCOUNTABILITY is the Military. PERIOD.
    That is not happening before the election.
    The day after the election …maybe.
    Face reality. We are ruled by a tyrannical ruling class, aided by a media machine that would make Hitler and Goerbels smile. There is irrefuteable evidence on THIS LEAK topic , and other horrendous topics just like this one. The ruling class has yet to ” ARREST and INDICT ” themselves. It is a zero sum game for we the people. Capture and imprison ALL OF THEM…or else we perish. Half measures do not count.
    I can not wait for Nov. 4th !

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    • gunrunner03 says:

      Concur. I don’t know why President Trump has no demanded and received a Special Prosecutor (or whatever he/she may be called) that would be able to continue the investigation regardless of the outcome of the election.

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  36. Bogeyfree says:

    1) Who are Executive Branch Equity Holders? (Used in the Government Exhibit above.dated 12/14/18)

    2) And is there any connection to Sundance using DC Equity Holders? (Used by Sundance in the Worth it Thread)

    Could the answer to both #1 & #2 be WH Chief of Staff??

    If so then in #1 example it could apply to the COS Kelly while in #2 example it could apply to COS Meadows

    I find the choice of wording by Sundance very interesting.

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    • Bucknuguy says:

      Bogey,
      My guess is that PDJT, Barr et al are fully aware of all this. We’ve seen firings of many individuals involved including, most recently, Dana Boente for retaliation against Agent Dugan (my guess based on clues SD has left). The challenge for SD now, imho, is to make it clear that We Know. It takes time to build legal cases but they move much quicker when their is public pressure. A coordinated media attack coupled with a march/rally/protest is what’s needed to begin to activate the court of public opinion. They have to know that We Know.

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  37. Bogeyfree says:

    Any one now think that the SEC investigation into Burr might have a little more to it?

    Could this be a squeeze play by Barr?

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  38. DeWalt says:

    Feinstein was smart enough to know with her deep China connections that when they pulled the trigger on the coup she would draw scrutiny. She got out as fast as she could. Who was responsible for letting Feinstein’s Chinese Spy get clear without any repercussions.
    The system turned on Trump because they knew his main target was China. Trump removed the Middle East Sparkly that the country was being led to focus on then turned our attention to China. That is exactly what Mitch, Feinstein, and many more didn’t want to happen. For decades they succeeded to keep our attention on the Middle East while China ran through our blood like a virus.

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  39. thrawlbrauna says:

    So very dirty.. All this clock and dagger just shows all the devils already inside the walls that they have to dance around. I wonder… could we have built up a new competing intel organization all this time in secret and then just swap the rug out from under them and leave all those DS actors holding the check?

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  40. Libertybella says:

    Has anyone put together a list of illuminating questions that take us from the beginning of the Russian hoax to current day. A list that I could present to my liberal, brainwashed husband ( whom I dearly love but who ticks me off daily) and ask that he find “answers” to and then get back to me.

    I envision a list that starts with “Who paid for the Russian Dossier”, and the “How was the Russian Dossier used to get FISA warrants” etc.

    Somewhere on that list would be the question ” Why did the Special Counsel release the FISA application”

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    • rayvandune says:

      Oh, could I use such a list for for equally-brainwashed wife! She’s a hell of a good cook, mind you… but if NPR says it, it is the Gospel to her ears!

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    • rayvandune says:

      Oh, could I use such a list for for equally-brainwashed wife! She’s a hell of a good cook, mind you… but if NPR says it, it is the Gospel to her ears!

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    • rayvandune says:

      Oh, could I use such a list for for equally-brainwashed wife! She’s a hell of a good cook, mind you… but if NPR says it, it is the Gospel to her ears!

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      • Libertybella says:

        I know exactly what you are going through…you have my sympathies. Looks like I am going to have to develop that question list myself…wish I didn’t have to work for a living and had more time to devote to this project.

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    • Hans says:

      To answer your question.. the special council released the FISA as a cover for the Republican/Democratic Senators.

      Sen Warner requested and received the FISA Warrent Gave it to head of Senate Intelligence ..Security Comittee ..Mr Wolf photographed the FISA warrant and sent it to his Leak contact Ali Watkins. A liability ..for the Senate.. a unique document.. altered date

      So the NYT knew the document existed .then under a FOIA request requests the same document.. and receives a legal redacted copy from Mueller …… The NYT can now say the never received a leaked copy and proved cover to the Senate.

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      • Libertybella says:

        Thanks…one question answered….I will need to create a long list of questions and have the “answer key” ready to present to him when he looks at me with a dazed look in his eye. 😉

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    • sturmudgeon says:

      Libertybella: If you have been thinking about, and asking, these type of questions… WHY is your husband still a ‘liberal’? Are you the only critical thinker of the two of you?

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      • Libertybella says:

        I love him dearly, but he is very arrogant and is cursed with a high IQ which makes him think he is infallible. And he hates Trump…thinks he is anti-environment and corrupt and just decided to run for President to make money…ridiculous I know….but he only reads main stream media…and calls me a conspiracy nut…
        That’s why I need this list of questions….and just lay down the law and tell him once he answers these questions we can talk politics…but not before then.

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  41. Haven’t seen the answer: Wolfe wasn’t prosecuted because doing so reveals Senator Warner’s complicity or instruction ordering Wolfe to leak the FISA application. His lawyers made it clear that Wolfe would take down the SSCI and Warner with him, if prosecuted. THAT too is obstruction – withholding evidence and pleading-out Wolfe to protect the SSCI, its members, even its historic and criminal role, in much more. For 30 years Wolfe played in that Deep Pool of Corruption. Interesting that over just weeks – Senator Warner understands, Wolfe is onboard with whatever duties the Resistance requires. Who read-in Warner on the role he was brought in to play?

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    • Jeffrey Coley says:

      Wolfe wasn’t prosecuted because the resistance, i.e. Team Mueller (Weissman) , was running the DOJ. Hapless FBI agent Dugan does his job, catches a leaker, and uncovers a major political scandal in the process. Then he dutifully turns it over to the dirty cops running the DOJ who proceed to bury it and blow all the lines of investigation by alerting everyone implicated so they can cover their tracks.

      Team Resistance obstructed justice to protect their own seditious conspiracy.

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    • rorschach says:

      Was Warner read-in, leveraged, or just in the “club” all along?

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  42. Perot Conservative says:

    Awesome.

    For new readers, defining terms like DOJ-NSD would be helpful. Same for terms like “leak tracer”.

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  43. icthematrix says:

    Since Wolfe was never charged with the leaking of the FISA, couldn’t he STILL be charged by the DOJ? No double jeopardy issue when you were never tried for that crime.

    Could this be the fulcrum point to force the bird to sing? There is plenty of evidence, but Wolfe could directly implicate Warner and many others. Barr and Durham certainly know this, but perhaps Sundance will bring his cleansing bright light onto it just in case!

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    • berniekopell says:

      Probably not since it was part his his plea deal. He could, however, be called to testify before Laughable Lindsey’s so-called “get to the bottom of this” committee investigation.

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  44. dennistherealmenace says:

    Sundance, message recieved. Agent Dugan you magnificient bastard! This train has gained enough momentum where there is no stopping it, its just going to gain speed from here on out. I suspect over half the Senate is freaking out right about now. I’m grinning from ear to ear.

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  45. Jimmy R says:

    Is Durham working as hard as Sundance? I have no idea. I sometimes imagine Durham not indicting anyone and then afterward being interviewed by Catherine Herridge and presented with a few of the findings of Sundance and others such as Techno_Fog, Undercover Huber, Bongino, and McIntyre.

    INTERVIEWER: You mean you didn’t know these things?
    DURHAM: I …
    INTERVIEWER: You saw these documents, right?
    DURHAM: Yes, yes, of course, I-
    INTERVIEWER: How much time did you spend studying them?
    DURHAM: Well, I… I mean I….we read them. There didn’t seem to be any-
    INTERVIEWER: Okay, let’s go back to Brennan. You were aware of the parallel construction con he was running on the FBI and the press?
    DURHAM: The what now? I….

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  46. doyouseemyvision says:

    Hi Ad Rem – the Wolfe indictment is not included with the link. It just says [Indictment Here] with a dead link. Can you please add it? Thx.

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  47. CC says:

    Sundance….all I can say is this, with a gentle southern belle accent….: “Why, baskets of blessings on your pea pickin’ dog faced pony soldiered deplorable heart!”…..

    It sets them on notice, that the deplorables in a basket, while clinging to guns and bibles, are not stupid. And are capable of following the legal trail…..and “what’s on” the documents….simple mistakes that any techie or teen computer hacker would know about…their arrogance will be their downfall.

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  48. olddog35 says:

    The Wolfe/Watkins transaction, at the behest of Warner, is the undeniable overt act that is needed to prosecute a seditious conspiracy.

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  49. dasantacroce says:

    Bravo Sundance! All the criminal trails in this hydra must have a nexus; a centrality.

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  50. Bogeyfree says:

    What is ironic about all of this the DOJ and even Executive Branch Equity Holders such as COS today get a second chance at exposing the truth.

    In essence the current DOJ and possibly COS are in the same place as the SC was when they chose the path they did.

    So what path will the current DOJ choose?

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