Coffee Talk….

~ FBI HQ (left) – Main Justice buildings (right) ~

When you are this close to the institutions, conversations come much easier.   According to those with direct knowledge, when Jeff Sessions recused (fire-walled) from anything to do with the special counsel in ’17, ’18, ’19, Rod Rosenstein “should have” held oversight.  However, in his Senate Judiciary testimony of June 3, 2020, Rosenstein admitted that he conducted no oversight over the Mueller probe.

Rosenstein’s justification was he did not feel it was his position to question their “investigative processes“, later saying “everything was an investigative process“, ergo anything the special counsel was doing was considered valid; nothing was questioned, and Rosenstein felt it was his position to “facilitate” the Mueller team.

This is a key point:  The special counsel took over Main Justice.

Which begs the question….. If Rosenstein was providing everything; who was managing the daily events inside Main Justice while the SC events were ongoing?  Who was the internal coordinator for the legal and investigative crew?  Who was the bridge?  Answer:

Tashina “Tash” Gauhar, literally from the school and law firm of former Obama “wingman” Attorney General Eric Holder.

2009- Tashina Gauhar is the Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Intelligence. Ms. Gauhar has extensive experience working with the U.S. Intelligence Community and has held a variety of national security positions within the Department since 2001, including serving as an Assistant Counsel in the Office of Intelligence Policy and Review and later as the Deputy Chief of Operations in the Office of Intelligence, and recently the Chief of Operations. Prior to joining the Justice Department, Ms. Gauhar was an associate at the law firm of DLA Piper (then Piper Marbury Rudnick and Wolfe, LLP).  (link)

Tashina Gauhar was the Mid-Year-Exam (MYE) team member who was on a September 29, 2016, conference call with the FBI New York field office about the Weiner/Abedin laptop.  Tash Gauhar was directly at the center, no, the epicenter, of the most controversial time frame for the Mid-Year-Event team.

Tashina was one of only three MYE people who actually had the responsibility to review the Clinton emails from the Weiner/Abedin laptop. [The other two were Peter Strzok and the unknown “lead analyst”]

Tashina is probably only eclipsed by Lisa Page and Peter Strzok in the level of influence within the entire Mid-Year-Team apparatus.  “Tash”, as she was known to the team, is a hub amid a very tight circle.  Tashina Gauhar held a great deal of influence.  Suffice to say, the spawn of Eric Holder is a big deal in the story.

You know what other decision Tashina Gauhar was influential in?

Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ recusal:

(link to pdf)

Note this meeting was on March 2nd, 2017.  Which prompted this announcement:

WASHINGTON POST, March 2 2017 – Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Thursday that he will recuse himself from investigations related to the 2016 presidential campaign, which would include any Russian interference in the electoral process.

Speaking at a hastily called news conference at the Justice Department, Sessions said he was following the recommendation of department ethics officials after an evaluation of the rules and cases in which he might have a conflict.

“They said that since I had involvement with the campaign, I should not be involved in any campaign investigation,” Sessions said. He added that he concurred with their assessment and would thus recuse himself from any existing or future investigation involving President Trump’s 2016 campaign. (link)

Yes, the DOJ lawyer at the heart of the Clinton-email investigation; the DOJ lawyer hired by Eric Holder at his firm and later at the DOJ; the DOJ lawyer who was transferred to the Clinton probe;  the DOJ lawyer at the epicenter of the Weiner laptop issues, the only one from MYE who spoke to New York; the DOJ lawyer who constructs the FISA applications on behalf of Main Justice;…. just happens to be the same DOJ lawyer recommending to AG Jeff Sessions that he recuse himself.

Once Jeff Sessions recused, then what responsibilities did Tashina cover?

Tashina Gauhar was also the internal coordinator inside Main Justice who was the link between the special counsel and the resources of the entire department.  Essentially, Rod Rosenstein’s willful blindness put Tashina in a position of power.  This is how the special counsel group was able to take over Main Justice and coordinate their efforts.  Everything flowed through Tash while she protected the Weissmann, Zelby, Van Grack, et al team as they went about targeting the Trump administration. These were the usurpers embedded inside Main Justice while carrying out the “insurance policy” mission.

Ms. Tashina Gauhar had quite a portfolio:

Tashina Gauhar left the DOJ in Nov 2019.  She went to work for Boeing.

Tashina Gauhar was the Deputy Attorney General’s national security adviser and deputy assistant attorney general for intelligence since 2009. Tash was at the DOJ since 2001, and she formerly served as assistant counsel and chief of operations in what was then called the Office of Intelligence Policy and Review.  She worked for DAG Rosenstein as she did for DAG Sally Yates.  Tash Gauhar was the DAG’s executor and enforcer for national security.

Tashina required all of the AG packages for foreign policy appointments to go through her.

As the DOJ point on national security, only Gauhar received email notification about NSC meetings.  During her tenure she did not always pass those notifications along, so the AG (Sessions) both missed NSC meetings and went unprepared when she let the notifications wait until the last minute.

She was very close to the Counter Intelligence division and came to David Laufman’s defense.  [David Laufman was a DOJ-NSD lawyer who later became the attorney for Monica McLean, the FBI public information officer who wrote the complaint letter against Justice Kavanaugh with Christine Blasey-Ford.]

Tashina is reported to have attempted to get access to highly compartmentalized NSA information, and lied about being an appropriately cleared recipient.

In 2014 Attorney General Eric Holder changed the entire DOJ organizational chart making the Deputy AG the DOJ’s main point contact for the entire national security process.

Tashina Gauhar was also the person who retrieved the transcripts (tech cuts) of Gen. Flynn’s conversations with Sergey Kislyak, and she was assisting Mary McCord and Sally Yates at the meeting with White House Counsel Don McGahn.

Tashina Gauhar was frequently seen at public social gatherings with Mueller investigators.

Tashina Gauhar was deeply involved in the Iran JCPOA (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) deal and the side agreements within the Iran deal.

Tashina Gauhar was one of a select few people to convince the AG that he should recuse himself.

Tashina Gauhar was/is best friends with Lisa Page.

Tashina Gauhar told the FBI to stop enforcing and prosecuting export control and sanctions laws to protect the Iran deal.

Gauhar told the FBI not to have any public information campaign targeting private companies and educating them about dual use technologies.

Tashina Gauhar told the DEA to stop drug investigations re: Hezbollah related to Operation Casandra.

Tashina Gauhar attended NSC meetings during the Obama Administration representing DOJ.  Tashina also knows all about the Uranium One deal.

Tashina Gauhar blocked the AG’s office from getting Senior Executive Service (SES) people. The AG had three SES people and the DAG had nine.

Tashina Gauhar was put in charge of reviewing the classified material President Trump ordered be passed to Congress, andshe was the liaison between the Deputy AG (Rosenstein) and the Office of Inspector General (OIG) for national security.

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1,167 Responses to Coffee Talk….

  1. Papoose2007 says:

    Jeff Sessions was a Senator for 10 years and also the AG of Alabama. There is no way he could be advised, convinced or persuaded by ANY ONE to recuse himself. He’s complicit. In addition, he knew first hand there was no Russian collusion during the 2016 campaign. He was in full agreement with the Coup conspiracy and made way for the Traitors to upset the Presidency. It’s no joke that he is the “Keebler Elf” baking during the midnight hours. TRAIITOR

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    • Hoss says:

      Absolutely agree!

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      • doyouseemyvision says:

        Not only do I agree, but if you think about it, if Sessions was complicit, then McConnell was also involved.

        McConnell likely worked with Sessions to get him embedded in the campaign, with McConnell working with others behind the scenes alongside Sessions (as a fellow senator) to position Sessions as AG to throw a blanket over their treachery.

        Remember, McConnell approves and disapproves ALL appointments. McConnell had to be involved in this and was (still is) part of the SSCI Gang of 8 at that time I think there are a boatload of Repub senators that are involved in this and they’re still nameless behind the curtain.

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        • Janus says:

          Session had a safe seat, thus it was very easy for him to come out and support Trump. The more I think about it, the more I agree with you–the smell of the turtle is all over this. Just hope Trump is wary.

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          • nbkilgore says:

            President Trump no doubt is now up to full speed, that is why he pounded J Session into the ground during his reelection bid! “If you’re going to hit him, you better hit very hard because he will hit you back 3-5 times harder”! First Lady M Trump!

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    • Will Hunt says:

      Its the height of willful ignorance to believe that Sessions didn’t know exactly what was going on and went gleefully along with it. I would add the cowardly adjective to the traitor pronoun

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      • Synicle says:

        Makes absolute perfect sense in light of the fact Sessions was the sitting United States Senator that endorsed Trump early in the race that gave Trump some credibility by way of that support and endorsement……nice plan…work to get him elected just so you and your fellow Deep State buddies can screw Trump later… no… their Deep State plan was to get Trump the nomination as the weakest Republican in the 2016 race, one that Billary could easily defeat….no…., oh well they had some reason. Amazing that the Trump folks had no idea that Rosenstein was the ONLY U S Attorney that Obama refused to accept a resignation from in 2005. The icing on the cake is that the Deepers kept Trump oblivious to the fact that he had nominated a really bad guy in Rosenstein. Hoodwinked the entire time between Sessions’ recusal March 2nd and 40 days later on April 26th when the Senate confirmed Rosenstein… time that was certainly used wisely by the Trump Team in exploring all options to protect Trump in light of Sessions’ treacherous recusal. (Like maybe, say what if they had pulled Rosey’s nomination and replaced him with someone they could trust?) No, obviously they knew there was no reason not to trust Rosenstein even after Sessions’ recusal. Let us recall the Senate Minority Leader said on the Senate floor regarding Rosey’s confirmation that ” Mr. Rosenstein committed to me he would appoint a special counsel to conduct that investigation if one is required.” I wonder if Rosenstein had confided those actions as a possibility while being prepped for the hearings by his Trump Team since he was going to be the guy after all? It truly is a shame Trump was so unmercifully hoodwinked and screwed by Jeff Sessions. No wonder he hates him. No wonder the 6 Senators that voted against Rosey’s confirmation were Democrats. It is all so perfectly clear it was Sessions’ fault.

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      He must have known in advance of accepting the AG position that he would recuse himself, and that was President Trump’s complaint. Why would President Trump hire an AG who was unable to fully do the job? Sessions should have refused the nomination.

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    • Fwiw, I think Sessions was merely a guppy swimming with DC sharks and got played. He was one of the very first to get on the candidate Trump bandwagon when he announced, so hard for me to believe he would do a one eighty so soon. Just imo.

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      • Armchair Quarterback says:

        I think that depends on how long the spying has actually been going on against civilian Donald Trump. Obama had a few reasons to keep tabs on him early on in the process!

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        • Tl Howard says:

          I’ve come to believe the articles I’ve read that his bio. parents had CIA connections and that Obama was approached to run for office by the CIA.

          Obama admitted he did coke to an America that forgave him his early-in-life behavior. So, why did he not release his academic records from Occidental and Columbia? Some might argue, “Well, perhaps his grades were mediocre and he feared prospective voters would accuse him of getting favors because he was black.” Yes, there would be those people, but the average voter was not going to hold mediocre grades against a candidate that said he did coke.

          I simply don’t believe Obama actually attended more than a few classes at Columbia, if any.

          CIA.

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          • Judith says:

            There were reports that Obama registered for college and received financial aid as a FOREIGN student. I believe his autobiography also states that he is Kenyan. Barack Hussein apparently had a Kenyan father (who was himself a foreign exchange student.)

            The US Constitution expressly prohibits foreigners to run for the office of President of the United States of America. Even US citizens must pass the “natural born citizen” test, that is, having two parents born on USA soil.

            So yes, the birth certificate and college records of this choom gang Usurper must have been whitewashed to pave the way for his illegitimate ‘presidency.’

            And the ENEmedia, as complicit in his fake coronation as they are currently in the ongoing, TREASONOUS COUP, have had no interest in investigating B Hussein’s shady background. But notice how eager they are to discredit our first LEGITIMATE presidential election in decades.

            Given that ENEmedia are fully vested in the New/One World Order, they obviously put the US Constitution in their rear view mirror a long, long time ago.

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            • good morning Judith ♥️
              I think the requirement is for at least 1 parent to be a U.S. citizen ?

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              • tpwbama says:

                I too understand it to be 2 parents maybe that is one of the points argued but never really decided in court a hundred years ago. Although it makes sense for it to be 2 . They did not want any foreign influence in the office of the Presidency.

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                • sat0422 says:

                  tpwbama: I quote, “They did not want any foreign influence in the office of the Presidency,” is laid out for us a hundred + years ago. Too bad we didn’t follow that advice. Today we have a hodge podge of foreign names running for office and winning. Perhaps that is key to why our country is in such a mess.

                  I know how to fix this:
                  Fix #1. I propose that if one cannot trace his/her heritage back to the Revolutionary War, they should not be allowed to run for President or any Congressional Office. There, that’s called TCB…I am sick of those who come to this country only to forget why their left their own country.

                  Fix #2. I you currently reside in a democrat hell hole once know as one of the United States of America. Stay put and fix this mess you and your neighbors have created in our great country. Don’t bring your mess to other states that still respect the constitution and worship God every Sunday No, Muhammad does not count!

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              • Rabidfox says:

                She may have given up her US citizenship at some point.

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            • ChampagneReady says:

              Anyone who actually LOOKED at the evidence of the long form birth certificate that Joe Arpaio’s unit produced, it reeks of manipulation. In a court room, proof of a fraud would be a slam dunk. This was avoided by the media like a glowing green nuclear reactor.

              Sending it out for examination to top forensic labs in the WORLD and then for the reports to all show that it was forged and doctored, is impossible.

              One day on somebody’s deathbed, they are going to confess that they were a part of one of the world’s greatest frauds.

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          • No one in his cohort at Columbia can remember Obama. They all took the same classes together for several years and know each other, yet no one remembers Obama.

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      • Lee Moore says:

        I agree. Colonel Blimp springs to mind.

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      • detad1 says:

        Weak link thinking …

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      • JoAnn Leichliter says:

        I am very much inclined to.agree with you, Sundance. Sessions was remarkably supportive of President Trump, even after he was no longer Attorney General. His response to President Trump’s Tweets about him was muted at most until very recently.

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      • JoAnn Leichliter says:

        I am very much inclined to.agree with you, Sundance. Sessions was remarkably supportive of President Trump, even after he was no longer Attorney General. His response to President Trump’s Tweets about him was muted at most until very recently.

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      • Louis Genevie says:

        Bottom line, it does not matter a hoot whether Sessions was complicit (most likely) or just a bumbling idiot who was out of his league. He caused enormous destruction to our country and our President and I thank God he lost the primary. Hopefully, he is gone forever.

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      • Lady Sid says:

        Yeah, I saw Sessions here in Tennessee attending lots of rubber chicken dinners on behalf of Trump the year before the 2016 election. I thought him a brave man. The Repub TN Governor was not much help then (Haslam). I attended a Kasich rally in the spring that was well-attended, so Trump was not a shoe-in here at all. Lots of folks liked Cruz, too. Trump did win every single TN county though in November 2016!

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      • doyouseemyvision says:

        Jumping on the Trump bandwagon was his cover. He was recruited by Mitch, who is and was at that time a member of the SSCI Gang of 8.

        Sessions’ reward for recusal was Mitch allowing him to run again for his former Senate seat, which Sessions recently lost. Mitch would have had more control over a compliant Senator Sessions than a Senator Tuberville.

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    • billinlv says:

      Sessions was actually a US Senator for 20 years……..so he not only survived in the swamp, but thrived in the swamp. Sessions was following orders issued by the biggest fraud in the senate–Mitch McConnell.

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    • Keith Boyd says:

      Right on the money! I’ve said this all along… ever since Sessions let Lois Lerner walk. He then refused to investigate anyone close to Hillary (He told Jason Chaffetz ‘too close to Hillary’). Sessions was also with Rodentstein – meeting Mueller. Sessions went with Rodentstein to see Ryan over Uranium witness. Sessions also refused to lift the gag order on Campbell (Uranium One witness). Sessions and Rodentstein then went to Congress before Campbell’s testimony so they could ‘get ahead of the story’ and taint Campbell. Sessions was in bed with Rodentstein! And now he touts his loyalty to Trump’s agenda? Yeah …. Sessions had the same agenda (Immigration). There the similarities end.

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      • Keith Boyd says:

        Almost forgot .. Sessions ASKED for Rodentstein! He was Sessions’ pick! Remember… Rodentstein ‘counting noses’ said he thinks he can get the AG (Sessions) onboard with the 25th Amendment hoax. Why was he so sure Sessions would be onboard?? Sessions was responsible for the conduct of his subordinates. He was asked if Rodentstein should recuse himself… his reply was something about Rodentstein’s ‘integrity’ and he would recuse if he thought it correct. It WAS correct.. Rodentstein was a WITNESS. Sessions should have ORDERED him to recuse. Sessions has a lot to answer for …I hope they dig into all their emails, texts, etc.

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    • tommyd22 says:

      Senators are not leaders, they are compromisers..

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      • Wayne says:

        No Senator or Representative should ever be president. They learn, from the getgo, never to make a decision. Governors are ok, as they must make some decisions. I think we hit it lucky with an astute international businessman who has the nerve and knowledge to do things that the country needs, Now that he has survived three+ years in the mess that is DC and learned what a bunch of snakes they are,, he can do even more that the country needs in the next four years.

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  2. Cueball says:

    Oh what a tangled web she weaved . And now at Boeing . Doing what ? Nothing . Being protected by the defense industry .

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    • rickinhouston says:

      Comedy gets a cushy job at Boeing. This THING gets a cushy job at Boeing. Not many images of her on the internet. Scrubbed?

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      • WhiteBoard says:

        April 17, 2018: Southwest Airlines Flight 1380, a 737-700, made an emergency landing at Philadelphia International Airport following an in-flight engine failure of the left engine. Debris from the engine cracked a cabin window which then failed, causing explosive decompression; a passenger partially ejected from the aircraft later died of her injuries.

        September 28, 2018: Air Niugini Flight 73, a 737-800, on a flight from Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia, to Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, with an intermediate stop at Chuuk International Airport, undershot the runway at Chuuk and landed in a lagoon. One of the 47 occupants died.[105]

        Wreckage of Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752
        January 8, 2020: Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 operated by a Boeing 737-800, crashed shortly after taking off from Imam Khomeini International Airport in Tehran, Iran, bound for Kiev, Ukraine. There were no survivors among the 167 passengers and 9 crew.[106][107] On January 11, 2020, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps admitted in a statement that they had “unintentionally” shot down the plane because of human error.[108]

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        • Judith says:

          What about the TWA flight to Paris that exploded in the sky off Long Island during the Clinton years? Eye witnesses swear it was shot down by a ground missile.

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      • tpwbama says:

        I could not find out where she was born or who her parents were.

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      • Lady Sid says:

        Wasn’t James Comey in-house counsel for Boeing?

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    • Miya says:

      I’m sure she and Nikki had some interesting conversations. 🙃

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    • Patrice says:

      I wonder if she knows all about the Boeing Uninterruptible AutoPilot (BUAP), and whether it has ever been misused.

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  3. storman says:

    Lou knew.
    and who is Uttam Dhillon? another Persian?
    6/1/18
    https://gohmert.house.gov/news/documentsingle.aspx?DocumentID=398639
    “RUSH: What do you think of Devin Nunes’ threat to impeach Sessions? There was some reporting that the White House actually supported Sessions’ decision not to disclose the document that Nunes asked for. Could it be there are investigations going on from the Attorney General’s office that we don’t know about, and that Sessions is being more active than he has appeared to be since his recusal?

    GOHMERT: Yes. Let me say this. Jeff recused himself from anything to do with the Russian investigation regarding the campaign. He is not the guy who has actually reviewed what needed to be redacted. He was being told what needed to be done by either Rosenstein or Tash Gauhar or others working for Rosenstein.

    I understand Devin is doing absolutely everything he can to get to the truth. I talked to him today. He’s a good guy, he’s trying to do the right thing. But he has realized now that Jeff Sessions is not the one who needs to be held in contempt. It needs to be the people who actually redacted the information that should have been made public at least to the committee, even if it’s in a secured area like a scif [Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility].

    As to the report that the White House “agreed” — here’s something you haven’t heard. That came from a guy named Uttam Dhillon, White House lawyer. He’s a guy who is subverting and doing damage to President Trump. He was part of McMaster’s little cabal, and unfortunately is still there.

    If you go back to January 4, you find reporting by the mainstream media, Rush, that Uttam Dhillon told President Trump that he could not fire Comey unless he had just cause. That was a lie. He misrepresented the truth to the President so that his dear friend Comey would not be fired.

    And by the way, if you do enough research, which nobody has up to this point, Uttam Dhillon was working for the Department of Justice when James Comey was the Deputy Attorney General, and Uttam Dhillon was the immediate assistant to Deputy Attorney General James Comey — which, Rush, is why Uttam Dhillon lied to President Donald J. Trump and told him he couldn’t fire Comey without just cause, which was exposed as a lie. So how about that for a little behind-the-scenes manipulation?

    RUSH: Yes, that’s definitely news. I did not know that.

    GOHMERT: Nobody besides a handful of folks here in Washington does. People in the House don’t know that yet.”

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  4. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    Rod Rosenstein “should have” held oversight. (Preface: I do not believe RR is a good guy.)

    IMO this is what the PURPOSE of the McCabe meeting documented in his “memo” was to establish:

    To insure complete control of the investigation by the small group.
    Neutralization of RR of any oversight of the impending SC investigation.

    From the memo:

    McCabe tells RR

    “..I approved the opening of an investigation of President Donald Trump..the purpose to investigate allegations of possible collusion between the president and the Russian Government, possible obstruction of justice related to the firing of FBI Director James Comey and possible CONSPIRACY to obstruct justice.”

    “Finally I informed the DAG as a result of HIS ROLE IN THE MATTER, I THOUGHT HE WOULD BE A WITNESS IN THE CASE.”

    In other words…

    RR is possibly INVOLVED in the “CONSPIRACY” to obstruct justice related to the firing of Comey.

    Clearly RR is picking up what McCabe is putting down if you look at the next paragraph.

    RR starts “squealing” and making excuses for his actions related to Rod’s memo supporting the firing of Comey.

    1) The decision to fire Comey had been made before his arrival
    2) McGahn told him Trump had drafted letter to Comey that McGahn advised not to send
    3) RR “retained” a copy of the letter
    4) RR said he told the president ….(REDACTED)
    Redaction theory: “…..this might look like conspiracy to obstruct”. Redacted because it would show RR FOREKNOWLEDGE that his writing the memo could be construed as obstruction and
    DID IT ANYWAY (The good old intent thing.)
    5) The President DIRECTED RR to write the memo (which RR claims he advised: “was not a good idea” and Trump overruled.

    After RR’s “it wasn’t me” excuses..he then offers help

    “As our conversation continued….DAG proposed that he could potentially wear a recording device into the Oval Office to collect additional evidence on the President’s true intentions…he was not searched when he entered the White House” (This last comment about not being searched is proof RR wasn’t kidding)

    “I told him that I would discuss the OPPORTUNITY with my investigative team and GET BACK TO HIM.”

    The employee (McCabe) will get back to the boss(RR) about the offer.

    This has all the earmarks of McCabe showing RR who’s in control…and RR (on the job for all of 2 weeks) rolling over.

    The rest of the memo purportedly discusses the Special Counsel in the context of
    BOTH RR and MCCABE possible being REMOVED or RECUSED

    THIS MEMO DOCUMENTS the “inspiration” of the Special Counsel’s Office being a
    WHOLLY AUTONOMOUS UNIT without ANY OVERSIGHT.

    Barr IS protecting RR with the redactions….
    the real question is WHY?

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    • Gymcy81 says:

      The Meuller (partial) investigation is over. The non- public, protected RR (and company) scoping memos should be public.

      .i.e. a thorough, honest investigation about an election process would have Not narrowed the ‘scope’ of work to one political party, or one country.
      We knew it then (2017), and we know it now, based on the Meuller report, the scope was narrowed to trump (and a wee bit of russia). But no dems, assange, china, mideast investigation ( and as so, a cover / protection) of those folks. Typical, yet sad obfuscation and waste of public resource$ – run by those with a bias. Not equal justice for all.

      It is likely Durham and company have found some no-no’s, yet they have also found uncooperative people in doj and fbi etc that have lawyered up for protection (and further obfuscations).

      The declassification of info has also moved at a snails pace – such that the occasional releases (with other unknowns, redactions – yet logical suspicions) get whitewashed by media and the benefactors of a cover up of spying.
      [Which sadly without sunlight on the whole truth, could be an indication that some of activities are still occurring towards usage in another election].
      i.e. the supposed dismissal of the Flynn case has been hung up for months, by one person (supported / obfuscated by untold others)….

      AG Barr was to have a meeting with the Senate on July 27th. Is it still on…?

      After 4 plus years, and $ 30 million mis- spent, what questions will be avoided -and what answers will still be avoiding sunlight (and why? …more – too many more- attornie$ / litigation than one can shake a stick towards).

      And we-the-people are expected to make informed decisions during an election
      (while information is either withheld, or spinned?)

      Faster, full declassification and full public disclosure (already 3 yrs ssslow and piece mealed) is a key…to sharing the whole truth… (and yes, that is risky business to some…yet true too and it helps people to have a clear conscience in their roles in subsequent events…).

      Continue to be wise and truthful going forward…because it can have a positive, compounding effect on millions of people that want to work towards an honest future…as part of their pursuits of happiness while simultaneously believing- by seeing action- that there is equal justice for all…

      P s.
      Thank you Lloyd Marcus (American Thinker contributor etc) for “paying it forward”…for so many people…

      Imho

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      Barr IS protecting RR with the redactions

      You don’t know that.

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      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        You do realize that I am quoting SD?

        And YES I DO KNOW THIS.

        Barr has Presidentially authorized complete declassification authority.
        In short, he can OVERRULE the FBI (who have equity on McCabe’s memo)
        on THESE VERY REDACTIONS

        But he didn’t.

        BTW: Barr is also “protecting” RR by not producing RR’s OCT 20 Scope memo–
        A JUSTICE DEPARTMENT equity. BARR’s equity

        The reason for these redactions could be NEFARIOUS or could be to protect some other goal.

        Perhaps the reason relates to what Devin Nunes is quoted as saying in Lee Smith’s book:
        “Rod Rosenstein flipped”

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    • tpwbama says:

      “WHY” fidelity for their past lawless work together…….

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  5. Doc Moore says:

    To be honest, who cares? Does this get anyone indicted? Does this, in any imaginable way, add hope that justice may be seen while I am still alive? OH…HELL NO. There now, I used a naughty word so I’ll surely be blocked from posting…but the facts to date tell us a very simple observation. NOTHING is going to bring these criminals down.

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    • slopoke1 says:

      If the criminals are not brought down then this investigative work becomes very important from a historical perspective. Future generations must know the events that lead up to what happens next.

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      • Will there be a historical perspective if we do not prevail? Scrubbed internet, statues removed, heroes vilified, founding fathers called criminals and it goes on and on. Enough is enough. The criminals better be brought down or there will not be a future for the America I love and was brought up to respect.

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        • tpwbama says:

          Today I caught part of Lewis funeral as they were taking him over the bridge in Selma. Commentary by a Black Preacher hit me as it relates to “OUR” struggle today. Preacher talked about the need to spill blood ….your own…..to achieve change and protect your freedom. That was what was needed to get the civil rights act. I fear we must do much more in our struggle to preserve America.

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      • Will there be a historical perspective if we do not prevail? Scrubbed internet, statues removed, heroes vilified, founding fathers called criminals and it goes on and on. Enough is enough. The criminals better be brought down or there will not be a future for the America I love and was brought up to respect.

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      • Will there be a historical perspective if we do not prevail? Scrubbed internet, statues removed, heroes vilified, founding fathers called criminals and it goes on and on. Enough is enough. The criminals better be brought down or there will not be a future for the America I love and was brought up to respect.

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        • Judith says:

          The scope of this massive corruption makes me question everything the Enemedia sells as ‘world history’ over the last 100 years.

          How will we ever believe these traitors again?

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          • tpwbama says:

            That “real” history is still in the libraries even though not being taught today. So we know that many historic books speak truth because of their ignoring it in schools today. Must keep them from destroying those books.

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            • Everett Miller says:

              The public schools are ACTIVELY removing books from the building(s). On Purpose, they are destroying the body of knowledge that has accumulated regarding the wonderful thing that is Western Civilization.
              In many cases, the books cannot be donated or given away to those who might use them for education. These books are destroyed, “true dat” so that they don’t fall into the ‘wrong’ hands.
              sad but true.

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  6. Doc Moore says:

    To be honest, who cares? Does this get anyone indicted? Does this, in any imaginable way, add hope that justice may be seen while I am still alive? OH…HELL NO. There now, I used a naughty word so I’ll surely be blocked from posting…but the facts to date tell us a very simple observation. NOTHING is going to bring these criminals down.

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      The way I deal with the frustration is to realize that I was part of the problem, and so are many others. The way we voted, that we didn’t run for office ourselves, and that we don’t seem to be capable of taking a collective stand to stop nonsense .. this all contributes to the current state. WE are the reason we are in this position.

      I’m still angry beyond words that voters let the House majority go to the Dems in 2018. There were people posting here on CTH, regulars even, who didn’t like their GOP candidates and threatened to not vote for them as if that would be some kind of punishment. They ended up punishing ALL of us. This is the easiest problem to correct. Weed out the RINOs during the primaries, vote straight GOP in the generals. So simple.

      Almost all of the mainstream media, especially on TV, is part of the Dem propaganda initiative. How does CNN exist in its current form? Because we apparently still watch. STOP WATCHING. Cut off Comcast, don’t let any of your money to go to the propaganda media. Sadly there are too many who refuse to give up any of their comforts to take a stand, yet they whine about the content, or they whine about the NFL or NASCAR or MLB going full-on SJW. We are half the country, we are squandering our power. I wrote yesterday that men (and some women) DIED to protect our country and keep us free. Now we have a bunch of softies who can’t give up a year of football.

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      • Missy says:

        There was ENORMOUS voter fraud. I live part-time in s. FL, and saw some of it, and it was brazwn. I served as a poll watcher, and the hapless GOP poll-watching training didn’t include anything about watching the transportation of ballots from the polling places to the elections warehouse to assure chain of custody (which was a HUGE problem here, particularly in Broward).

        We need to play dirty, and that means finding former poll workers, paying them to spill the beans, about exactly HOW the cheating is done. Be aggressive as hell.

        Ballots, other than overseas military ballots (which are rarely counted, BTW), should NEVER be counted after the polls are closed. PERIOD. Strictly enforced. And challenged in court if fraud is suspected with evidence. Our spineless “Republican” SoS, who is supposed to guarantee clean elecrions, is worthless.

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        • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

          You can’t blame all of it on voter fraud.

          Not only were people here on CTH whining about their GOP candidates, there were people here on CTH heaping praise on Tulsi Gabbard. She’s a freaking Democrat but there were people here talking about how the would consider voting for her.

          Democrats don’t vote for Republicans. That’s how they win elections, that’s how they win crucial majorities. If we don’t start voting like that, if we continue to have myopic cats who refuse to be herded, then we will continue to have problems.

          The loss of the House majority in 2018 was a stupid and very costly mistake.

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          • Judith says:

            “People here” can easily be Decepticons. They often lead conversations down those dead ends. These are the interwebs after all.. and moderators can’t be everywhere.

            Decepticons will shut down a rational debate of ideas with personal insults. They will call people names. They often adopt a defeatist attitude, to discourage efforts to fight back.

            I agree that election fraud is a YUGE problem. And also that RINOS have a lock on our primaries. But we CAN and we SHOULD fight back! It is our duty to give our President a Congress he can work with!

            Always be vigilant for Decepticons, especially in an
            election year. They seek to divide MAGA patriots and lead us down a primrose path.

            I noticed a curious pattern during the 2016 election. Bands of posters became very chummy, like Fakebook friends shooting the breeze. They reinforced their own opinions (like trust Sessions) while personally attacking dissenters. Apparently, their opinions could not withstand an *honest* debate of ideas?

            After the groundwork was set for Crossfire and the special counsel investigation, these posters all vanished into thin air.

            Mission accomplished?

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      • Kaco says:

        Someone a couple years ago brought up a good point that for some states, they are too liberal to elect a conservative. This goes more for Senator vs a Representative race. Take Collins in Maine for example, apparently she is the closest they will elect for a a conservative and now her opponent is being well funded.

        Until we can change our education, they people will still elect RINOS or very moderate Republicans.

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      • Olorin says:

        > voters let the House majority go to the Dems in 2018.

        Oh you sweet summer child, thinking Dems get elected via voting.

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    • WhiteBoard says:

      laser pointer pointing OVER THEREEEEEeeeee – indict indict.

      real issue being resolved right now. 3PLA (OPM HACK; HIlary Server)

      – houston no longer has a problem
      – supply chain protected
      – special access programs and surveillance tools reorganized and secret and secure again.

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      • Judith says:

        It would seem that, while we focus on red herrings like briefings and masks, the president is extremely busy laying the groundwork for other important matters. We may worry that he seems clueless or that he is being deceived, but I recognize the pattern. While the ENEmedia (and we) are poking around over ‘here,’ stuff is happening over ‘there’

        Usually when we patriots get worked up about something (a discussion/concern promoted by Fake News), it turns out to be a YUGE nothingburger. Meanwhile, the president has quietly laid groundwork for a killer economic reset (with or without Covid-19), deregulation, school choice, affordable prescription drug plans, border control and national security.

        I’d wager that right now he is shoring up our free elections while we argue over face masks.

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    • madeline says:

      If no one is charged before the election and Barr needs to determine exactly what definitive drop dead date will be. If it is after the election then PDT should immediately start spying on the Biden campaign. Not in secret but in the open. Every day release phone calls, email, texts…fair play. Start indicting or I release…

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      • Wayne says:

        If the indictments are not made before Nov 3, and the Dimocrats cheat their way to a win, there will never be any indictments. We need the indictments now!!

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  7. icthematrix says:

    Barr reacts RR for only two purposes; to protect his naming relative to ongoing grand jury hearings (where the rat is ratting out others) or to protect his friend while narrowing the focus on others who become the fall guys/gals.
    Barr & Durham will reluctantly bring indictments but Barr seeks to limit the damage to his precious institutions. Bring the BRILLIANT SUNLIGHT SUNDANCE! Keep them from burying this further. Expose every dirty crevice and smelly underbelly of the beast.

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    • Let’s be realistic here. There’s nothing Sundance can do about the coup if he isn’t in a decision making role at the Justice Department. We all know where the [public] evidence leads, and I’m thankful we have a Sundance to put it all together in a way that anyone with an open mind can follow.
      Fact is, this is all on Barr. Not Durham. Barr. Barr. Barr.
      Oh, and why Wray has been allowed to stay at the FB? Trump knows what Wray is, what he’s done and what he continues to do. Can anyone here answer the question WHY Trump has not fired him?

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      • WhiteBoard says:

        WRONG

        Barr wants to protect the institution , like you said!

        So how does he protect it when new evidence is made public (and saturates enough of the land)? he has to indict.

        The institution is not protected if it looks like it is failing.

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      • a_missippian says:

        Pre-election optics at this point. No gain til after, then pop goes the weasel.

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      • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

        Can anyone here answer the question WHY Trump has not fired him?

        I find it interesting, and very revealing, that people are so quick to cry that Barr is protecting Rosenstein or anyone else, but not quick to make the same claim about President Trump. People conveniently apply different “logic” to the two men.

        We have no idea what Barr and Durham and Jensen are doing except what they have revealed to us. That’s because there are few or no leaks. Apparently that makes people uncomfortable, not knowing all of the details at any moment.

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        • a_missippian says:

          question referred to Wray, not Barr

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          • doyouseemyvision says:

            Does anybody remember what happened when Trump fired Comey???

            Does anybody believe that the time to fire Wray is NOW? Mere months before a presidential election to create a new obstruction narrative? To not have an FBI Director, no matter how awful, while our major cities are being destroyed? To get a new FBI Director with hearings and voted in by Mitch before the election?

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            • Spryte says:

              Doyouseemyvision, I agree. This is NOT the time to fire Wray, the spinless snake. Trump has to focus on way too much now to get himself into another crazy fiasco with Schiff et al. Trump certainly has his eye on the ball and he is able to prioritize what he needs to do. Firing Wray at this time is not a priority.

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      • tpwbama says:

        If he fired him can you imagine the circus the Dems would put on. It would further hamper PT ability to get things done. Dems have been a ball and chain PT has had to drag around for almost 4 years…

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  8. Hoss says:

    Did a research on the name Gauhar … ‘From Persian گوهر (gohar) meaning “jewel, gemstone”.’ … I bet she’s Iranian …

    If you notice, there is an Iranian thread throughout this mess. From Jarrett, (mother), Strzok, “attended elementary school at the American School in Tehran prior to the Iranian Revolution”, Page (mother), Brennan, convert to Shia Islam (the predominant, and ruling Islamic sect of Iran), and probably others (particularly those with direct, family attachment to other shia muslim entities, and countries) …. I think that Iran has been patiently infiltrating the United States government for decades (ever since they invaded the US Embassy in Tehran, and recovered a treasure trove of documents detailing various methods, processes, and procedures used by US diplomatic, and intelligence services), via various intel agencies they were able to compromise, while grooming jackasses like Obama, and many others, to be their operatives …

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    • Sentient says:

      What’s the evidence that Brennan converted to Shia Islam? He’d reportedly been in Arabia when he converted. We’re allowing – helping – the Saudis attack the Shia Houtis in Yemen. And the neo-con / neo-lib war machine is still pushing to topple Assad and hand it over to Sunni extremists. Israel is afraid of Iran and not of the Sunnis at all. So the DC power structure does what Israel wants.

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      • Judith says:

        Israel, like the USA, has Deep State intelligence agencies running the show behind the scenes. Our Deep State may have been in cahoots with Israel’s Deep State, but *both* nations have been set back on their heels with the elections of presidents Trump and Netanyahu.

        The curtain has been briefly pulled back. Patriots in both countries have one foot in the door, and we had better seize this opportunity to make a permanent shift from one world globalism to national sovereighty.

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    • tpwbama says:

      Thank You I was thinking she was a Muslim or involved with Iran. She was involved in the Iranian deal…..this …..Iran ….Obama….conspiring to take down US, Treason. Wonder how this ties in with Warren and the FISA leak.????

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    • Maquis says:

      Brennan is suspected to have converted during a tenure in Saudi Arabia, a Sunni country, and Sunni is actually the majority sect within Islam. Iran is indeed Shia, the leading antagonist for that sect, and disturbingly we have elements of both Sunni and Shia throughout the Obama Conspiracy, with Iran well-represented to be sure.

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    • azgulch says:

      You forgot the biggest one – Valerie Jarred.
      Also, just because someone went to the Tehran American School does not give you “leanings towards Iran”. They had conservative teachers there, I know because I went there from 67-69.

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  9. storman says:

    “Tashina Gauhar was frequently seen at public social gatherings with Mueller investigators.”

    no photos in searches of her anywhere. Imagine that.

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  10. Richard says:

    2001, So Bush, then. That man did more damage to the conservative cause than any of the Leftists.

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    • Will Hunt says:

      Bush jr was as an unwitting a dupe and nitwit as he appeared.

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      • Judith says:

        “He may look dumb but that’s just a disguise. He’s a mastermind in the ways of espionage.”
        -Charlie Daniels

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      • Lady Sid says:

        Re: “W” — I worked Republican Party phone banks in the spring of 2000 in Ohio, phoning registered Republicans and asking who they were voting for in the Presidential Primary. Out of several hundred calls, I got fewer than a handful for John McCain. So, McCain hated Bush for a long time and was finally given his big chance to run for President in 2008. He was a lousy candidate and hated being upstaged by VP pick Sarah Palin.

        Go back to 2004, Bush being the incumbent. Who did the Dem’s pick? Awful John Kerry who fought in Vietnam, sort of. A fellow Yalie (Class of ’66, Bush ’68) and Skull & Bones, but deeply disliking each other. The star of the Dem National Convention that year turned out to be Barack Obama with his great speech, and Kerry was cast forever in his shadow, although serving a term as BHO’s Sec’y of State.

        So, yeah, “W” was pretty mediocre, had Cheney as his “wing man” with Daddy and Jeb! keeping the family name alive. A WASPY version of the Kennedys, I guess, but not half as entertaining. What pissed me off about GWB more than anything else is that he never fought back when the press called him “Bushitler” and stuff like that, which also insulted people like me, party workers and loyal Americans. He considered it beneath him to “dignify” those remarks. Well, la-de-da. Trump’s outrageous reaction to this kind of nonsense was an eye-opener and that is a big reason WHY he was elected! So RINOs like Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell better get right with their former and current constituencies and fight like hell to re-elect President Donald Trump!

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      And this is a good example of why we voters are contributing to the problem, why we are ultimately responsible for this mess. Because we chose Bush. (Well, I didn’t, I was worse than any of the Bush voters, I was a Democrat then!) Who were the other GOP candidates that year? Was there nobody better than Bush?

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      • Judith says:

        For many decades we had one party rule, a UNiparty, split into two interchangeable candidates. The only reason we need to elect these RINOs now, is that the Republican
        half of this UNiparty is forced to make *some*
        concessions, in order to maintain authenticity to its voting base.

        I feel that, if God forbid Trump should not be re-elected, that UNiparty mask will finally come off permanently. There will be no more free elections, because there will be no more USA.

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      • tpwbama says:

        Super …the way I understand it is…….we didn’t chose the candidate in the past….they were chosen by the Big Club……it was/is rigged. Any candidate that came forward…Perot as an example were destroyed. It was by Gods will Trump came forward and it did not hurt that he had skills acquired through his private life. Skills (marketing) and dealing with the Media that allowed him to endure the Media onslaught. It was God who opened our ears.People like Sundance reinforced what we felt in our heart. Trump was the real deal. I just pray that God is not through with PT.

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  11. bruzedorange says:

    Picking up on some phrases and lines of logic in this article, ask yourself if Sundance didn’t share a cup’a Java with Jonathan Turley…

    https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/509002-more-willful-blindness-by-the-media-on-spying-by-obama-administration

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  12. T2020 says:

    Does TG still have Security Clearance? Does TG collect a pension on our tax dollars? Can TG be indicted?

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  13. Norma Jean says:

    Excellent work as always SD! A very cleverly laid out organization, which leads me to believe Axelrod had his hand in the structure. His forte.. now we wait for the announcement of another red diaper baby VP pick.

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  14. Barnestormer says:

    The heretofore sparsely examined Gauhar revelations, among other clues, suggest to me that Sundance’s expedition beyond the wire is designed to not only dispense thoroughly documented information in order to induce action, but to uncover new facts and verify inferences.

    My guess: the final “book” may well comprise chapters not found in the present draft.

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  15. jeans2nd says:

    Correction (to my recent assumption) – Guashar was not at the 5 Jan 2017 mtg which Susan Rice memorialized in her cya “Email To Self” 20 Jan 2017 –
    Guashar was not there. Sally Yates was. And Yates was surprised Obama knew details that she, Yates, did not know. Details Guashar never told Yates, perhaps even Lynch.
    Guashar was controlling more than Sessions and Rosenstein.

    What do these top-level management people actually do?
    It would appear not much.
    Ibid with Ray and Boente.
    Andrew McCarthy said this morning things were not this way 20 years ago (Cat’s Roundtable, WABC-AM New York).

    Oh, one more thing. Perhaps the most important.
    How is the coffee in DC, other than expensive?

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  16. Puzzled says:

    The traitors will only be held accountable with another 4 years for President Trump. Expect the leftist cabal to become even more frantic and violent than they have been. They are trying to cause as much misery and disruption to unsettle and dissuade Trump voters or potential Trump ones.

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      We need the House and Senate majorities too. Gotta rip that House majority away from the Dems. Let Jim Jordan and the other fine GOP Representatives have power again.

      People, we must vote straight GOP in November. If you hate your GOP Representative or Senate candidates, too bad! Vote for them anyway. Majorities are more important than your individual candidates.

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    • tpwbama says:

      Seems like the left is trying to cover all bases. I think part of calling out their rioting dogs ..is to scare us from coming out and protesting ourselves…either because they stole the election..hence they are already saying (Piglosi) PT will not leave the WH…true until election fraud is resolved …Crucial we come out if that happens…or PT wins despite the cheating then they call cheating on us/PT….All bases……They all work in unison. Seems not a one of them has any moral character. We as a group avoid creating confrontation. This is our weakness and it needs to change. Confrontation backed by brute force is the only thing that will make them back down.

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  17. usmc58 says:

    We all know that the Demons are scared stupid by President Trump. They know what he has accomplished even with their all-out “Resistance Campaign” craziness. And, he knows who the rats within are and, I believe he is playing the waiting game, shrewdly doling out the rope they need to hang themselves properly. Realize that, even with the constant reign of terror against him for his entire first term, he has accomplished more for our Country than most Presidents, and surely all Presidents combined, since Reagan. Imagine what he’ll do during the next four-year as a lame-duck President with a Republican House; a Republican Senate; at least one more Conservative judge on the Supreme Court; Pelosi, Schumer, Waters and the rest of the demented children sitting in corners sucking their thumbs. Make lotsa popcorn, sit back, watch as The United States continues to grow even stronger and heads roll. They have good reason to be afraid!

    God and His Chosen One will “deliver us from evil” if we stand strongly and trust in them, and back them 100%. God bless America and Donald J. Trump!

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  18. alliwantissometruth says:

    This Tash person, I keep reading how she “also goes by the name”

    OK, switching the order of two letters in a last name doesn’t seem like a big deal, but why would a person do that and why would it be allowed in government employment?

    Something doesn’t seem right

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    • RyderLee says:

      Tashina///Tash ..
      That’s how I read it . I could very well be wrong .

      I just took it to mean she either uses her full first name
      Or the shortened version .

      *All I Want..* , this is for You 😊

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  19. WhiteBoard says:

    Now, people like Andrew McCabe and Peter Strzok—the guy is the head of FBI counterintelligence, and he has no problem lying over and over and over again. Then he has the gall to come in
    and basically say, as his deposition testimony ended, oh, he always tells the truth.

    Any good lawyer knows you don’t ever say, ‘‘I always tell the truth,’’ because you make mistakes. But he did, and that was a lie. He just couldn’t help lying.

    There were stories after the shock to the Obama administration in having Donald Trump win, the arrogance that existed in the Democratic Party that, gee, there is no way Donald Trump
    could win, even though it certainly appeared to be funny at the time when President Obama—I think it may have been on Letterman where he read something about a comment that Obama would go down as the worst President, and he said:

    Yeah, at least I will go down as having been President.

    Everybody laughed because, gee, how could he ever get elected President?

    Well, he did.

    So there were articles written and word spread that in the remaining days
    of the Obama administration after Donald Trump was elected President, there was a flurry of activity in November, December, and early January to move people from political appointment positions into career positions in all these different government departments and agencies, including the Department of Justice.

    If you look at the person who answered to Rod Rosenstein, Tashina Gauhar—she was the liaison between the National Security Council and the Attorney General, but she answered directly to Rod Rosenstein.

    That was a change I understood that occurred in the organizational chart for DOJ some
    time back.

    I tried to tell Jeff and persuade him:

    You need to reorganize. You need to have critical positions answering directly to you.
    He didn’t know why he kept getting such late notices to NSC meetings. Everybody else got them timely.

    What I heard was Tashina Gauhar was getting them timely like everybody else but
    delaying Jeff Sessions getting them, so he would either develop a conflict or he
    would not have time to properly prepare. He would go into the meetings
    looking bad before the National Security Council, because he wasn’t as prepared as others were because he didn’t get his notices timely as he should have because a person who was more—

    or certainly appeared to be much more—devoted to Sally Yates and her obstruction of the Trump administration was the one who was supposed to pass on those notices to Jeff Sessions.

    ht tps://www.congress.gov/116/crec/2019/02/08/CREC-2019-02-08-pt1-PgH1490.pdf

    Click to access CREC-2019-02-08-pt1-PgH1490.pdf

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  20. sfjsb says:

    Big Ugly

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  21. hatterasgal says:

    My goodness, look at ALL the coincidences!!!

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  22. Screaming Eagle says:

    At this point, how can anyone think that Sessions wasn’t complicit with the traitors? I remember Trump publicly trashing him early and often. He knew Sessions was a traitor early on. All of these dirty bastards need to swing from a real rope. Not some Jussie / Bubba sheep’s hitch, I’m talking a good old fashioned Hang ’em High rope.

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  23. Hans says:

    So I remind myself…
    No one gets to be appointed at the highest level of government without Senate approval.

    Those strings are controlled by Mitch and the gang of eight..

    Sessions was approved… always wondered about that

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  24. Caius Lowell says:

    Hebrews 11:1, “Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see.”

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  25. CharterOakie says:

    “I caught them. I caught them all.”

    The cabal thought itself too clever, by half.

    It seems that much was done to give them all a false sense of security, to believe they could pull off the coup, or at least their cover-up of the coup attempt. Maybe that includes Sessions’ recusal; maybe even Barr’s pointed praise of Rosenstein.

    We shall see.

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  26. Lady Sid says:

    Found it! Payne Griffin is now Deputy Chief of Staff for Trade Chief Robert Lighthizer. Payne Griffin is the young man who showed up at my house in Fall 2018 that I mentioned in my post here a couple of minutes ago. I recognized the name as soon as I saw it on the Trade website. He’s now 2nd in charge, and yes, formerly worked on Senator Jeff Sessions’ staff.
    Apologies for being out of order here, but think this is important.

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  27. Linus in W.PA. says:

    Tashina,
    You give us Indians a bad name.
    Stay safe, ’cause it sounds like you know wayyyy too much!!!

    TRUMP. 2020.

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  28. Mr e-man says:

    This coup still seems to revolve around Iran. The Iran deal, Valarie Jarrett, Obama a Muslim, Brennan a Muslim, Uranium sales, General Flynn, BLM/Farakhan, Russian/Iran interests, and now Tash.

    If she was doing it, she had a handler. I suspect Eric Holder still doing the bidding for Barack Obama. This scale of operation and coordination had to be controlled at the top

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  29. Bud White says:

    Still not a single indictment or arrest

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  30. Aggie says:

    Wikipedia has an entry for virtually every single public figure that I know of – except for Tashina Gauhar. There is no entry for her there.

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    • SSI01 says:

      You’re right – there are a few references for her but you’ve got to dig like the dickens to find an image of her. She goes by “Tanisha” and “Tashina.” How on earth can you be that high in the DOJ and have an alias for a first name? Which one is it? Why is she identifying herself that way? Finally found one, typical liberal sneer on her face. If she is still in the employ of the US government – why is that happening?

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  31. Everett Miller says:

    Its a fair assumption that several high-level-criminal(s) have flipped. I’m betting on Strzok. He warned that he’d take them all down with him. In any event; Barr can be seen as ‘protecting’ the institution AND setting up the biggest indictment drop of all time. All this time without any meaningful indictments or leaks of such can best be read as Preparation for Organized Crime Conspiracy prosecutions under RICO statutes which provide specific guidelines allowing for patterns of misconduct and implied coordination of conspiracy among many other excellent tools to fight crime. The best bet is that they will all be arrested and indicted at one time; say early Sunday morning around 2:00 am. The hopeful part is that Barr is establishing a way for these charges and trials to be held outside the beltway–somewhere in Real America to give Convictions a fighting chance.
    BTW, Sessions is not only ‘complicity’ he is Guilty–of 18 U.S. Code § 4 – Misprision of Felony.
    -“Whoever, having knowledge of the actual commission of a felony cognizable by a court of the United States, conceals and does not as soon as possible make known the same to some judge or other person in civil or military authority under the United States, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years, or both” Lock him up..

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  32. justsayin says:

    Alabama voters gave Sessions a good ass whoopin’, and he has been sent to his room.

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