DOJ Spox Kerri Kupec Discusses Tuesday’s Attorney General Testimony….

DOJ Spokesperson Kerri Kupec appears for a brief interview with Sean Hannity to recap events of the day and obliquely outline the status of several forward-leaning investigations.   There’s a major *tell* in this interview for those who have followed carefully. [At 02:51] context for: “proceedings”….

Again, be of good cheer. Do not trouble yourself with dark imaginings; the key for reaching the righteous objective was DOJ recognition/understanding of public knowledge. Information without action is antithetical to its objective.

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Kupec is solid. There are good people working through a delicate balance.

Don’t be mad, it’s just a random screengrab. 🙂

 

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394 Responses to DOJ Spox Kerri Kupec Discusses Tuesday’s Attorney General Testimony….

  1. Right to reply says:

    I found it very interesting that Maria interviewed Jarret yesterday!

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    • vmi80 says:

      And it was very interesting that MB would not accept VJ’s attempt to brush off the significance of the inquiry (rather, MB pressed the point by noting VJ’s position as O’s right hand at the time, essentially asking her: what did you know and when did you know it?)!!

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    • DeWalt says:

      Jarrett only stuck her head up when connections were being made between the PSS and Iran.

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    • hanna693 says:

      I was proud of Sean Hannity for once, for asking multiple times why Durham is not releasing the report. Of course solid Kupec just brushed it off. Anything we need answers on, like the senate hearing by Lindsay Graham on crossfire is brushed off. But, we get to have Nadler and the democrats in our face attacking our Attorney General. All of them showed horrible lack of respect. Eric Holder said he was Barry’s wingman. They just brush it off. I am tired of things being brushed off. The republicans need to get loud and proud, and except for Jordan, quit cowering in the corner. It is like Trump is not even president, it is like the democrats are still in control. It is almost August, Covid is ruining the summer, because lies are being masqueraded as truth. President Trump needs to stop being defensive about covid.

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      • Trygve says:

        I was actually annoyed at Hannity for alluding to a “report”. Barr stated months ago (I forget who interviewed him) that there will be no report, per se, issued. It’s not Durham’s job to deliver a report. Rather, he’s a federal prosecutor. He needs to prosecute. In my understanding. Correct me if I’m wrong.

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        • Maquis says:

          You ain’t wrong.

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        • G. Alistar says:

          Durham, a federal prosecutor conducting a “criminal” investigation. See her sentence around 2:49. Key word here: “CRIMINAL” investigation.

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        • S. Bishop says:

          Don’t disagree, but I think a detailed roadmap and timetable will be required to explain indictments/prosecutions – if there are any. After all, if Joe Biden was running the investigation, he would simply lift the details of the plot from Sundance and plagiarize it.

          I think Trump should begin sending some agency people over to the Biden campaign to give him ‘defensive briefings’ like Obama did to Trump. In fact, if needed I could pull together a ‘Steele-type Dossier’ on Biden in a couple of hours via anonymous Ukrainian or Chinese sources exposing Joe’s involvement sniffing young girl’s hair on state visits – they could brief him on that and then leak it to the NYT. I’m sure we could bring Mueller back for an encore and he could drag the ‘investigation’ out until July 2024.

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      • 24may98 says:

        Hannity and everyone else who keeps repeating “Durham Report” are ignorant. Durham has not any mission to file any “Report.” He is conducting a secret (by rule) grand jury – PERIOD. The only duty Durham has is to issue a true bill of indictment. Hannity and those that speak of an imagined “Report” are diluting Durham’s mission, as expressed by AG Barr, who only said he “could” file a”Report.”

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        • Rightfield says:

          Durham does in deed complete a REPORT. Durham, works for Barr. Durham is not conducting the investigation. Rather, the S/A’s assigned to Durham are. Durham as a Prosecutor is in fact prohibited from Conducting an investigation. That would make him a WITNESS not a Prosecutor.

          Durham, must report and await approval from AG, for just about everything he and his team are doing…

          When (IF) there are in fact Indictments, handed down by a GJ. USA John Durham will in fact, document same, by Defendant Name, Charge and Date. In a written Report sent to the AG and his designated representatives. Will the Report back up a quick telephone call to directly to Bill Barr, of course. However the Documented Record will be included in the Case File aka: a REPORT.

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      • dollops says:

        This state of affairs is squarely on the Republican party that didn’t come out foursquare behind the president in the mid-terms. Establishment Republicans opted to side with the uniparty corruptocracy than to show their patriotism; voters weren’t buying it.

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      • dollops says:

        Pure gold: “President Trump needs to stop being defensive about covid.”

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      • minnesotamike55 says:

        It’s not a report! Stop calling it a report. It’s a criminal investigation and if you want a report you’ll have to wait for court documents.

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    • steph_gray says:

      I found it even more interest that ValJar actually was motivated to break her longstanding cover and crawl out from under her rock.

      They’re scared.

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      • Mncpo(ret) says:

        Yup, Steph, the fact that VJ went on MB on FOX (of all places) means there is serious panic in the Obama household. She lives with them (odd, in itself).

        “Change the narrative, my Gawd, change the narrative”

        If they’re actually going with “Move on, it’s 4 yrs. old”, they’re as stupid/evil as we know they are.

        There isn’t anything that will stop what’s coming down the pike. That’s just a fact.

        Too many of us have woken from a decades old slumber to see what’s happening.

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      • botchedcasuality says:

        She was brave (dumb) to meet the well informed & intellectually superior, Ms Bartiromo.

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      • botchedcasuality says:

        She was brave (dumb) to meet the well informed & intellectually superior, Ms Bartiromo.

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    • hanna693 says:

      Yes Maria is speaking up. I thought the four big tech guys’ hearing would be live streaming here. They are going to ask google why are they censoring Donald Trump, Jr., among others that have a message on covid they don’t agree with. Just like communist China, that’s the DNC’s dream. And all the DNC can talk about is Russia,Russia, Russia….even Barr said yesterday Russia will do something to affect the presidential election. Wha….? NO ONE mentioned China. And this is on the repubs too, McConnell with his cohort Corny man from Texas. These type of limpies is why we lost the House.

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    • ruth3otis says:

      How do I create a comment, not just a reply? I don’t see the button for this.

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      • lida rose says:

        On mobile, there is a box above the comment section. On a PC, I believe it is at the bottom of the comments.

        Yes, it says Leave a Reply. But it is a reply to the post itself, ie a stand alone comment.
        Hope that helps.

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  2. Dwayne Diesel says:

    I agree those individuals are trying their best to get out the real message and the real information but they are battling many.

    Just as we all think the Dems looked like a hot mess yesterday (anyone with a brain who watched can see and hear all they did was recite talking points and opinion pieces) but guess what- they don’t care.

    I noticed right off the bat that every Dem talking was not asking questions but rather setting up soundbites and video clips. And since the hearing the MSM has been doing nothing but playing those pre-written soundbites to solidify their narrative.

    The easiest example- when Nadler scolded people about wearing masks- they keep playing that cut while saying the R’s don’t care about people’s health all the while ignoring the fact Nads has no maks on.

    They also keep replaying the Nadler Barr and Trump planned this to get clips for his campaign.

    It’s disgusting. The Dems only wanted soundbites and video clips- they created plenty of both yesterday. I will reclaim my time now.

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    • Dee Paul Deje says:

      This almost as bad as SOTU speech rip-up. Total boomerang.

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      • beach lover says:

        uuugh. I had almost forgotten about that display of arrogance. Could that really have only been 6 months ago? Seems like 3 years.

        The Dems sure have the market cornered on rude and crude.

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        • William the Comptroller says:

          It even goes as far back as SuperSmart Al Gore making those arrogant “sighs” after each statement by G.W. Bush in 2000 first debate….

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          • CC says:

            In my humble opinion,I think it goes back further….remember the kind and gentle woman known as “Miss Manners”? She is known as “The Queen of Etiquette”.

            Clearly, there is much lacking in the politicians of today and they could learn much from the wise writings of Judith Martin, aka Miss Manners.

            If we do not see or experience good manners, we certainly cannot expect dignified statesmanship. And that fellow Treepers, was clearly on display, yesterday.

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            • Rightfield says:

              With respect, FWIW, we (and the limited media who still support America) should STOP, pointing out are the Spelling Errors, Grammatical errors and yes even the Dem’s, failure of Good Manners.
              The left is fueling their indignity with President Trump and his entire administration. With their insertion of aggressive back talk, their lack of good manners and heated arguments.
              The intent is to counteract any lack of, Exculpatory Evidence in the kinetic portion of their Coup de’tat,(Portland, DC, etc) With fact less accusation and fiery speech. That is the message! The message, which is then Edited into sound bites for global distribution.

              I’m sorry, but the Attorney General is a man of law and lawful dialect. The slow grinding process of the wheels of Justice. Such people and prosecutors, are never good under Cross-Examination.
              AG Barr, IMO, needed more fire and conviction. As AG, he should’ve been prepped more for his Cross. He failed to make his POINT! Believing that, allowing the Dems to appear under educated and crude! Would somehow, prove the AG’s point through his superior intellect.

              None of that matters, it gets left on the floor in editing (*Deleted in modern times) by the propaganda machine. The Dems want Crude, they want rage and they want rudeness! Take a serious look out the window, it’s working!

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              • Dwayne Diesel says:

                Exactly my point. It became very apparent from the first five-minute spiel that Nads and his cronies were only interested in sound bites. This is why any time he started to answer with facts they blurted “reclaiming my time” which by procedure cuts Barr off. It was all about the sound bites and clips to paint that narrative.

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          • Gary Siegel says:

            And just think we came thatclose to having a Gore administration. The Bush Presidency was a disaster, but its hard to imagine what the country would have looked like after 4, or heaven forbid 8, years of Al Gore.

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    • Blue Wildflower says:

      The democrats all looked like they were brainwashed. They repeated the speech that they memorized and talked as fast as they could. They were like robots or people from communist China. I think it was very scary! They acted as if they would be punished if they lost some of their time.

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    • William the Comptroller says:

      “I would like to reclaim me Thyme” – The Lass from Scarborough

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    • Tl Howard says:

      True, it’s election season and recall what Tip O’Neill said, “All politics is local.”
      Each of those House members on that committee were asking questions and making statements in a manner and style that they perceived would please their voters in their districts. Sometimes, they’re wrong, though!

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      • Tl Howard says:

        Forgot to add this: they are also, at this time, probably trying to please their donors. After all, the difference between victory and defeat might be a few thousand dollars to send just enough mailers to just enough voters.

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        • botchedcasuality says:

          Well they certainly motivated me to contribute to the ‘anyone but Maxine, Pelosi, Ilan and Schiff candidates’.
          The Kavinaugh hearing is still a scab and this debacle tore it off.

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  3. StanH says:

    Ah, yet another big reason to release the Wuhan Con. Stop or slow down the Barr/Durham investigations as this will lead directly to Barry the mistake of 08 Obama and his treacherous acolytes doing Barry’s/Soros’s bidding to fundamentally transform/destroy the USA.

    Again, the display of yesterday was designed to keep their idiot constituency in the dark and all lathered up about the real myth Russia, Russia, Russia and Orange Man Bad. The swamp has no choice but to stay with the charade. This is the hill they have chosen ti die on, let’s help them out.

    Stay focused. Yesterday was swamp gas. Staged by the swamp to protect swamp rats in the uniparty and to taint any indictments that are on the way.

    “When the law is on your side, argue the law. When the facts are on your side, argue the facts. When neither the facts nor the law are on your side, make an ad hominem attack.”

    Or the one I like: “If the facts are against you, argue the law. If the law is against you, argue the facts. If the law and the facts are against you, pound the table and yell like hell” Carl Sandburg

    Using the two quotes above, where do you think we are? Both politically and legally.

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  4. Badger says:

    Listened to interview. “Proceedings” is hopefully a reference to, not the daily grind of office work, phone calls & interviews, but the process of securing some evidence-vacuuming, perp-walking, indictments. I note yesterday, to the Dems dismay, that AG Barr would NOT commit to not releasing any report till after the election. Was a good moment.

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  5. dbobway says:

    That was the best moment for me to Badger.
    It is still Kabooki theater.
    AG Barr is not the enemy to those who belittled him yesterday.
    Another hoax to keep the peasants, from charging the castle.

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  6. Arrest Soros says:

    The purpose of Justice, in part, is to right wrongs.
    The PDJT administration, his family and the American people were wronged and wronged badly leading up to the 2018 mid-terms. The consequences were almost dire (a near impeachment).
    If the DOJ is to right these wrongs at least to some level, it MUST…….MUST bring criminal charges against a bevy of senior people involved in the coup.
    This has nothing to do with politics. Just because the people involved PLAYED politics doesn’t mean bringing charges against them in an election year is politics.

    Do the right thing, the only right thing Mr Barr, and make sure at least a half dozen people are charged and perp walked before November.

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    • cboldt says:

      FWIW, the DOJ policy relating to “avoid the appearance of political influence” applies to CANDIDATES.
      None of the people under investigation is a candidate for elected office. Barr reported this yesterday, the DOJ policy doesn’t apply. It’s nonsense to ask him if he will “adhere to the policy” for investigations that are outside of the policy.
      DOJ exceptions to policy, for example publishing a report but not in conjunction with an indictment, revolve around public interest.
      It is emphatically in the public interest to learn who and how the government ran a non-violent sedition operation against Trump. It is emphatically in the public interest to reveal who and what press operations knowingly participated in deliberately misleading the public to that end.
      The other side will scream like hell that it is not in the public interest. Do you think that will fly with other than the Marxist revolutionaries in our midst?

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      • More Bore says:

        Are you sure none are candidates? I still see Biden up there, and he seems to be pretty interested in Susan Rice.

        If she, in particular, is a target, I would hope the DOJ get a jump on that. Or they could play the Democrat game and, after her nomination, leak that they were planning to charge her but since she is a candidate… What’s good for the goose….

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      • TwoLaine says:

        Except Low IQ Creepy QP Joe Biden is a candidate and he is in this up to plugetty, plug, plugs. That is why they attempted the shampeachment.

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  7. cboldt says:

    — the key for reaching the righteous objective was DOJ recognition/understanding of public knowledge —
    That sets up some interesting philosophical (and often real) “adequate predicate” situations.
    If Hillary had been elected, all the hard evidence and allegations would have been summarily dismissed – public knowledge would be irrelevant because her DOJ would be her protector. This isn’t a party thing either, if Jeb had won, same outcome.
    And now, even with hard evidence of FBI malfeasance being public (filings in Flynn case being one source), the penetration into “public knowledge” is not great – substantial, but the point is still argued.
    What of DOJ role in pushing information into public knowledge, not creating hard evidence but shining sunlight on hard evidence.
    And too, what of the role of Congress? Russian collusion and impeachment depended on complicit congress and complicit press. Honest actors are destroyed, trillions are at stake.
    But totally agree, at bottom, sufficient and accurately informed public outrage forces action. And it need not take a majority. Imagine ten million cold angry people showing up in DC. The press could and would ignore it, just as it does the march for life, but the puppet actors in Congress would notice.

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  8. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    “He knows, he knows and he knows.” Does he also know Rod Rosenstein?

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  9. Puzzled says:

    The spying, falsifying information by top law enforcement officials, the preposterous lies by government officials to push a political impeachment, people see very visible law breaking at the highest level go unpunished. This has emboldened the left to riot, burn, whatever in the streets because they know from the top, law has broken down and no one is going to stop them. They also have facilitators at various levels mayor, prosecutors, congress etc. It’ll take a real rebellion to cut out the rot.

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    • WRB says:

      Four years ago there were stories about leftists recruiting and training an “army” of activists. In other words, they are executing a game-plan years in the making, and as far as I am concerned, it is an organized insurrection.

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      • flatwesttx says:

        Yep. Not sure why Insurrection Act is still only an option.

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        Don’t you folks recall Robert Creamer telling an undercover Project Veritas journalist that he coordinated violent confrontations at Trump rallies? (And henchman Scott Foval?)

        That he spoke daily w Hillary Clinton, and met with President Obama dozens of times?

        Think they’ve changed their strategy or tactics? I’m just a 30-year amateur political junkie, but it seems the soccer Moms, Independents, and potential Blexit members are again key.

        P.S. Henchman Fogel went back to hotel services, and us now marketing himself as a “life coach”.

        Guess where he lives? What was a city names in the PV videos? MINNEAPOLIS.

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      • ssbishop says:

        Let’s not forget Obama’s stated objective from the way-back times of 2008 when he promised to develop a domestic military:

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  10. I found it disgusting that Barr was actually BRAGGING to the Democrats that he had not prosecuted a single Obamagate spygate criminal.

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  11. starspangledred says:

    The screen grab of Kupec is that of a wolverine. Good stuff.

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  12. Perot Conservative says:

    Solution.

    1. Bill Barr – hold a press conference on Thursday.

    2. Answer – uninterrupted – the questions posed to you in yesterday’s hearing. NO INTERRUPTIONS.

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    • Ed says:

      Great idea in principle, PC, but he wouldn’t be ‘under oath’ and press conference wouldn’t be aired anyway…

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        Why accentuate possible negatives?

        Line up a possible, small venue. Foyer at DOJ? Somewhere w gravitas. Line up Fox, Fox Business, & OAN in advance. Then invite the zombies.

        Maybe a few – uninterrupted – questions from circumspect journalists. Mollie Hemingway, Kimberly Strassel, etc.

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    • Rileytrips says:

      Or he could refute there accusations in a letter to their Committee and post it on the DOJ website under “news”. More people than you realize check that site out daily.

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    • Perot Conservative send that to him(Barr.)

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    • botchedcasuality says:

      Boy am I on your page!
      The question should be re-played & Barr should say I’ll take back my time prior to each answer.
      Show them for the malicious fools that they are.
      I wish they could show Kavinaugh clapping at the end.

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  13. EJ says:

    Bad phrase there “delicate balance”. At one point, Sundance speculated that Mueller was working through a delicate balance, trying to resolve internally. I hope this means we don’t have to settle for a fall guy prosecution.

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    • EJ says:

      My point being is this – whatever happens must be HUGE. Otherwise many have drawn sides and will not be paying attention. I needs to be so big that the MSM cannot lie to cover it up or twist it into a Trump “revenge” narrative.. It has to be airtight and happen swiftly.

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      • L. E. Joiner says:

        Yes, it has to be overwhelming. How could it be? One way: If a prominent figure in the Obama administration turns public state’s evidence, and fingers all the villains. A very prominent figure. Admiral Rogers? Valerie Jarrett?

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        • rickinhouston says:

          Sally Yates. She’d flip. I know she stood up over that ridiculous 45 page response to President Trump (can’t remember what about), but… She knows she’s done. She won’t go to prison. The others will – and they deserve to. Sally is too much a soccer mom / Karen to even think about prison time. She’ll fold like a cheap suit.

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          • mickjt says:

            The old phrase, “I Love you but I won’t go to PRISON for you” applies to all the perps. Once one flips they will fall like dominoes in sync, Count on it, Lefties have zero integrity or loyalty, and that is their downfall!

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            • wondering999 says:

              Maybe. These people kill without remorse. The dilemma is not just about “going to prison”. It’s about going to the mortuary, is my impression

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          • botchedcasuality says:

            No desk for Yates! I want that pompous ass to go to prison. She and Warner Have been in my fights for three long years.

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      • serrafeena says:

        I keep thinking and hoping that the easiest and most explosive bit of evidence to drop would be irrefutable proof of who really hacked the DNC server. Durham could call a 5 minute press conference where he announces that it was a DNC staffer and simultaneously drops all evidence into the public record. Next day, all indictments related to FISA, RussiaGate, media leaks, high level former IC/FBI officials, congressional accomplices, all of it. I can only dream of such a sequence of events…

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  14. no-nonsense-nancy says:

    I paid attention at the 2;51 mark. She mentioned POTUS and his family. Was it mentioned earlier that Sundance may have met with Eric? I think he met with Eric who relayed the info to his dad. And I think he talked to Kelly who relayed it to Barr.
    Go Sundance! Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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    • Summer says:

      “He talked to Kelly who relayed it to Barr”

      Who is Kelly?

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    • Ian says:

      My take on the key thing she said was when she referred to what happened to President Trump before and AFTER the election. While spying on a rival campaign is bad enough, trying to remove a duly elected President is a whole other ball game. You are now in the territory of treason. There is no doubt they tried a soft coup, and maybe, just maybe, they can go after a whole bunch of deep state and Obama officials for conspiracy to commit treason? Trump has said it himself a number of times now.

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    • G. Alistar says:

      I heard “criminal” investigation….

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  15. kleen says:

    If you are a crook, Sundance is up to no good, for the rest of us, he is up to yes good.
    I keep checking to see all the updates.

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  16. Danny Schroder says:

    72 more hours

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  17. “The Republic needs resolution.” Yes, yes it does. I have hope. It’s a good day for hope.

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  18. DeWalt says:

    I see how DOJ/Barr are working this. Each investigation may involve the same perpetrators and evidence gathered may be passed between appropriate investigators but each investigation is separate unto itself. The perpetrators are caged. If they walk from one the other may get them. Don’t put all your capital in one spot.

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  19. EJ says:

    Hey you guys – If there is ONLY a criminal INVESTIGATION in progress, why would the PROCEEDINGS be DELAYED to due COVID court closures?

    What is a Federal Court’s function during a criminal investigation? Issue / approve search warrants; adminster the Grand Jury process; and issue arrest warrants…. anything else?

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    • willthesuevi says:

      I would bet most all in-person interviews were put on hold, especially by the degenerates and their lawyers.

      Lots of reasons for delays. Travel, accommodations, etc.etc.

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    • allin4freedom says:

      My guess is that due to the manufactured COVID panic, grand juries were not seated, and I further speculate that the panic was generated precisely for that reason – to interfere enough to get past the election.

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      • MelH says:

        allin4freedom, I ask because I know those I relay the question and answer to will grill me; Considering the huge number of deaths, and the reality that this is a world-wide pandemic, what would compel you to call it a “manufactured panic” ?

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  20. Bogeyfree says:

    IMO mission one has always been to ensure that Sundance’s truth and evidence gets into the hands of the DOJ. To ensure they know and they know that we know.

    After last week and Sundance’s trip to DC I sleep better now because IMO he has accomplished Mission One and I believe it was via Kerri so a huge thank you to Sundance.

    The hints about this other mystery person who has never been mentioned coupled with how much ALL of this stems from the 2012-2016 NSA Spying leads me to believe that Sundance may have also picked up some inside DC info regarding a much broader audit or investigation of the NSA database beyond Adm. Rodger’s 6 month data.

    Which takes us to the man who took over after Gen. Flynn, General Paul M. Nakasone, the current Director of NSA/Chief, Central Security Service

    We have said Flynn knows where the bodies are buried and also knows much about the abuse of the NSA database. I think we would be naive to think Gen. Flynn has not shared all of this with Gen. Nakasone and the DOJ.

    So it’s also logical that Gen. Nakasone’s Team is and has been conducting a full damage assessment of these illegal searches by various contractors. And if this is happening one would believe that Gen Nakasone knows what really happened from 2012-2016.

    Now I’m not sure how the org chart flows and how all of this then connects back into Barr and the DOJ other than Robert Storch serves as the first presidentially appointed, Senate-confirmed Inspector General at the National Security Agency.

    So hopefully between Nakasone and Storch and possibly another US District Attorney, this action will prove that Russia Collusion was the cover-up.

    Now if we can prove 2012-2016 Spying was rampant then maybe, just maybe in time they will also accept the Hammer WB spying from 2009-2012.

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      Correction: took over for Adm. Rodgers not Gen. Flynn but between these two they have much to share with Ge. Nakasone.

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    • mickjt says:

      The key to the NSA database issue hasn’t been discussed much…it is the tracking of everyone that used it, how long, what they searched for, the results etc. Having a contractor or govt. goon’s name tied to the illegal searches is HUGE. IT ties them to their overlords etc. The house of cards will fall and those inside will be caught and Convicted.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      So you’re trying to impress us and out this new unknown person, so 25-100 Democrat operatives can dig, spy, subvert, & smear them – in advance of potential revelations?

      Any circumspect Patriot here would keep such educated guesses to themselves.

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  21. DeWalt says:

    A person of interest to me is someone that survived the McMasters massacre because the President intervened. Trump only intervened on this one individual. He has since moved to military counter intelligence but remains. Ezra Watnik.

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  22. net geek says:

    Ok, I’ll “trust the plan”…note the parallels to Qanon here? The Q team is part of the small group of good guys working through that delicate balance. Go Sundance and go Q team!

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  23. LULU says:

    We have become so accustomed to getting “reports” that even Hannity seems to be concerned about “when will we get Durham’s report?” Barr has already told us that this is a criminal investigation. Durham is not an IG. . Those doing the investigation are prosecutors. This is about indictments. Criminal prosecutions. Not report-writing. Barr said some time ago that any report would be a byproduct of the criminal proceedings. A “report” is not Durham’s main purpose.

    I am not a lawyer, but I know that the purpose of a criminal investigation is not to come up with a “report”. We are looking for results, not reports.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      Michael Savage used to refer to him as Wallbanger – not the sharpest knife in the drawer.

      Does Hannity employ Sara Carter? She came out of nowhere, always linked w Hannity & Solomon.

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  24. SanJac says:

    The appearance of VJ and KH have changed significantly by a plastic surgeon very recently, How many others in the corrupt Osama administration has had their appearance changed too ?

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      I met a gentleman who’s son met with President Obama. Son was a CEO of a Big Pharma company. Son’s observations, relayed:

      1. Obama flies with Valerie Jarrett.
      2. Obama only trusts 2 people: Valerie & Michelle

      P.S. Jarrett still living w the Obama’s? Are they polyamorous?

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  25. “More Faith, Less Fear”…………..my new motto.

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  26. DeWalt says:

    Watnick an Michael Ellis clued Nunes in on foreign operations to target Trump’s campaign staffers.
    Michael Ellis is a good candidate for being in the background. Actually better than Watnick.

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  27. DeWalt says:

    John Eisenberg is another good guy to look at. He bumped heads with Fiona Hill and one of the Vindmans. All these I have mentioned were Flynn’s people.

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    • LULU says:

      Eisenberg is Vindman’s lawyer twin’s boss. He is the legal officer who put the transcript ot the Trump-Zeleny phone conversation on a secure server so that it could not be tampered with.

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  28. LULU says:

    The best article on yesterday’s debacle that I’ve read anywhere. I have never thought of Michael Goodwin as a hard charger. This changed my mind. Not just a chronicle of the outrageousness that he and we saw take place, but a call to take a stand. A theme we are seeing more of:

    https://nypost.com/2020/07/28/barr-destroys-nadler-in-another-house-democrat-testimony-disaster-goodwin/

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  29. Donzo says:

    If grand juries were already formed prior the Covid delay, rule 6 of the DC statute provides ample opportunity for Durham to effect disclosure of protected information in order to squeeze the perps in the vice during the interim. More than likely other jurisdictions (Connecticut) allow similar opportunities for disclosure. The perps have gone quiet of late.

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    • mickjt says:

      The Perps KNOW they are Had…now comes the weasel in them to turn on their follow Comrades to save their sorry rears…This will be fun to watch when it comes out of the shadows!

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  30. Roger Duroid says:

    The interview sure seems like a good sign. Not sure I’ve ever heard any interviews from DOJ in PDJT’s admin. Certainly barr knows this was happening and sanctioned it. We might get some low level fbi clerk soon charged with using stamps for personal use, but it will be a start /s

    I’m glad barr sat through that vicious, disgusting attack yesterday. If somehow he thinks he needs to protect anyone associated with the coup, I trust he saw first hand what evil sob’s they all are. They’d put in in jail for 20 years if they could find a reason.

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  31. canoehustler says:

    I had an odd thought. What if the FBI raid on Sen Burr over his financials was a ploy to turn him for evidence against SSCI corruption. They sure let it go easily. Was definitely a leverage point if someone wanted to twist his arm.

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  32. canoehustler says:

    I had an odd thought. What if the FBI raid on Sen Burr over his financials was a ploy to turn him for evidence against SSCI corruption. They sure let it go easily. Was definitely a leverage point if someone wanted to twist his arm.

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  33. She had recently suggested that Durham would deliver something by the end of the summer. That language was notably absent from her statement last night.

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  34. Summer says:

    ‘Be of good cheer.”

    No.

    I am a skeptic. I don’t believe in promises and innuendo and tick tock. Only actions. I see no reason to be of good cheer when AG Barr declines to prosecute McCabe and Comey while calling the prosecution of Stone for process crimes “righteous.”

    We all understand that the case is big. In fact, it is a bottomless pit and at some point they have to start arresting people while continuing the investigation because if they keep delaying due to the constant stream of new evidence they would never get to the next phase, indictments. How convenient.

    It’s been well over a year and November is fast approaching. We know that the Democrats will have their October surprises and would not think twice about “influencing the elections” or “politicizing the institutions” or blatantly lying to the public. Didn’t we witness some of this strategy yesterday?
    Lying is easy because it is their word against “our” word. The leftists always make a point that “lots of crooks around Trump” were prosecuted but no one on the other side. Moreover, the “other side” is enjoying lucrative book deals and gainful employment and laughing in your face.

    I will call the current investigation(s) Running Out The Clock until I see indictments of the people whose names I recognize, starting in August.

    In short, I simply do not trust the DOJ, FBI, CIA etc.

    No one is afraid of public knowledge, otherwise we would have had people in jail for Fast and a Furious and Benghazi, and Mrs. Clinton would have been locked up ages ago for her bathroom server.

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  35. Donzo says:

    Reasons are in no short supply.

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  36. Screaming Eagle says:

    They don’t care. No solutions suggested, no decency, no decorum. Just the same spit in your face, “its my time here”, disrespectful, dismissive, and despotic. The peaceful protesters are “mothers” and “children”. The party of Satan, lies directly to your face with smugness and impunity. They don’t care. Can you imagine how they would lord it over you if they got back into back into power? They are out for blood, your blood, and they don’t care how they get it. Vote them out, or take them out. Time for a hard reset in our country Treeps.
    I’ll share what P.J. O’Rourke famously said again :
    “At the core of liberalism is the spoiled child — miserable, as all spoiled children are, unsatisfied, demanding, ill-disciplined, despotic and useless. Liberalism is a philosophy of sniveling brats.”…..P.J. O’Rourke

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  37. Jim Comey is a Weasel_Doug says:

    Forgive me for letting white privileged, misogynistic side come out but,
    Is it just me or is Kupec kinda hot?

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  38. starspangledred says:

    I’m pasting a short clip from Real Clear Politics below, where AG Barr is asking for a five-minute break and Nadler is denying the request. I don’t know why but the popular line from The Big Lebowski hit me when watching the clip, “The dude abides”. So, I thought about us playing a game where each person ends the sentence about Nadler. The dude abides in _______________. I’ll take a shot..,Shamelessness
    https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2020/07/28/nadler_denies_barr_a_five_minute_break_from_hearing_barr_says_nadler_is_a_real_class_act.html

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    • Tl Howard says:

      Barr’s response to Nad’s shamed, “Well, we can, if you want to….”>>>>>>>>”You’re a class act, Mr.Nadler” in his nicest sarc voice with his nicest sarc chuckle.

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  39. Don says:

    After yesterday watching those deviants attack AG Barr…… is there anyone who still doesn’t understand how they got Jeb Sessions to recuse himself ?….. and so that Rosenstein could run interference????

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    • ann says:

      It would be vainglorious to claim I’d refuse to buckle, as I’ve never been questioned, or a suspect, etc.

      However, I know how damn angry I’d get with them for insinuating falsehoods about me, or suspecting me, threatening! It’s insulting AND based on concocted ridiculous “talking points.,

      Nope, I’d dig in my heels. Insist on bringing in MY team.

      On the other hand, I’d of NEVER walked in there with my tail wagging.

      Come on, we knew Obie’s JD was dirty,
      They’d amply demonstrated that numerous times,
      No, I’d be mad and stubborn, raise a stink.

      The premise was ridiculous, and the AG, by recusing, lent validation to a cooked up investigation that also destabilized our relationship with Russia, causing China & Russia to draw closer together.

      Not that Democrats have ever prioritized foreign relations, balance of power, or the security of our country before domestic politics. That’s a primary reason I’ve never voted for one. The DNC is to play to the lowest common denominator .

      In my opinion

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  40. Patience says:

    “Criminal” investigation(s)
    >as in crime(s)

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  41. Biffy1127 says:

    Listen to her…”Proceedings” = “Tribunals”. Thank you Sundance.

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  42. Winston says:

    It’s Time to Ask Bill Barr: Why Has No One Been Indicted in Spygate?

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  43. Old FlatYouLens says:

    Does Kerri always nod after making statements, or is that unusual?
    She nods perceptably after her statement starting at 2:51.
    She often has a wry half-smile, so that might be her baseline.
    After single-framing (using the period and comma keys), the subtle nods are more obvious in realtime.

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  44. Old FlatYouLens says:

    Does Ms. Kupec always nod after making carefully worded statements, or is that unusual?
    Really I should check more video before posting this.

    She nods subtly around 3:39 after saying ‘we will see’, at the end of her reply starting at 2:51.
    She often has a wry half-smile, so that might be her baseline.
    She is a ‘nodder’, also using it more explicitly to acknowledge comprehension of Hannity’s sentences.
    After single-framing (using the period and comma keys), the subtle nods at 3:39 in response to her speech are more obvious in realtime. It is as if her head is unconsciously answering ‘yes’ to the initial question posed.
    OF

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  45. Superman says:

    I am thinking Vallery Jarret is this ” person “

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  46. TIMOTHY J SULLIVAN says:

    Strange that AG Barr wouldn’t know Clinesmith had been assigned to work for Mueller (if he were under indictment/plea). Strange Strzok would be writing a book (if he were under indictment/plea). Strange that Comey would be writing a second book (if he were under indictment/plea)

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  47. L&L says:

    Anyone know what changed since Iran Contra as far as Bill Barrr is concerned?

    Barr hasn’t cleaned up anything, Sidney Powell had more to do with the Flynn case than Barr did. Wray is still covering up. Now Barr can run out the clock behind riots and covid.

    I don’t see a single valid reason why someone has not been indicted. For example: Clinesmith should already be on trial. He’s a low level player and their is rock solid evidence he commited a crime.

    All I see are rumors of justice followed by excuses for justice delayed.

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