Status Update – DOJ/FBI Investigative Research on The Road…

I’m going to attempt to clear up some information and speak as directly as would be deemed prudent as of 8/3/20.  This will likely jump around quite a bit.

♦ USAO John Bash – Lots of discussion amid multiple circles about what West Texas USAO John Bash might be looking into.  Is he looking back in time into the FISA(702) abuses that took place during the 2016 primary season?…. That would be in addition to the familiar “unmasking” aspect?…  and, if yes, what would that indicate?

Short answer is: no-one is certain.  AG Barr did mention that Bash is looking backward on the unmasking issues beyond the timeline scope of the 2016 presidential election.  That would indicate surveillance “unmasking” and FISA “minimization” would meld because essentially the terms are synonymous depending on the type of intelligence exploitation.

Prior Obama officials were “unmasking” names associated with FBI investigations simply to dirty them up to give fuel to the fraudulent basis of “Trump-Russia”; that’s the political weaponization of intelligence.  This did happen and Bash is cited with authority to review this carve-out of the ongoing DOJ investigation into DOJ/FBI intelligence manipulation.

However, if Bash is going into the issues of the NSA database being exploited for political opposition research via FISA-702 authorities (the intentional extraction of information with intentional non-minimization) well, that’s a more expansive kettle-of-fish than would seem to be possible to fully outline before the November election.

FISC presiding judges Rosemary Collyer (’16) and James Boasberg (’18) have already outlined the continued use of the NSA database for ‘unauthorized’ purposes. [Use Site Search Tool for details]

Is this something that AG Barr would authorize USAO Bash to pursue?… that’s a big question without answer.  We would hope yes, but think about the scale of that in totality to the interests of DC writ large… Ergo, I’m not confident.

Unmasking and Non-Minimization are essentially the same issue.  The former has to do with actual FBI and intelligence investigations; the latter has to do with using the NSA database to extract information (mostly unlawful use).  Unfortunately the general belief is that FISA(702) and NSA metadata collection, which includes the ability to review information on all citizens, are critical to national security.

Even with the findings of former NSA Director Mike Rogers about the systemic abuse he was not supportive of shutting the programs down.  So, with that in mind ,would AG Barr want to undermine an operational tool that is vital to the function of national security (as defined by the total apparatus) by having a U.S. attorney expose abuses?  See the issue….

Tangentially related to this NSA database aspect, it seems clear the exploitation is not just about targeting political adversaries.   This is about money and power.  While there is no direct evidence the NSA database was being used to make money, the mere fact that Crowdstrike was a contracting agency with access points to a more financially motivated aspect.

Were these “contractors” extracting corporate, business and financial secrets to sell and or trade and make money?  Is this the ultimate insider trading scheme in Washington DC?…  The answer is actually in the question.  What entity would not eventually use that access for this purpose… it is just too easy to make money.

Apply Occam’s Razor. Of course they did.

♦ USAO John Durham – At this point the noise around the likelihood of grand jury proceedings is very loud.  CTH knows the ¹lead investigator for the entire Durham probe (name intentionally withheld). We stumbled upon it accidentally during specific events in/around DC, and the entity was confirmed in an odd way when we attempted to make contact not knowing exactly what this person was doing.  A little funny story for much later, when things settle down.  Suffice to say we triggered some folks, bigly.   They didn’t know the nature of our inquiry and presumed we knew exactly who they were.  We didn’t, but immediately after their response, we did.  A little funny now.

[¹You might even say (I do) that discovery was divinely guided and inspired; because this was so random and yet so important no-one could ever get that lucky without some help from a universe of righteousness nudging.]

Here’s the parts that only a few people are able to comprehend…. bear with me this will be free-flow and typed thought on the fly:

Because of the sensitivity of the issues being investigated; and because even the appearance of politic in the investigation is fraught with peril; almost none of the people involved ever talk to each other.  This includes Barr and Durham and definitely includes Barr and XXXXX.

The term “delicate balance” has been used so much it now generates a gag reflex.  Every conversation begins with: “understanding all the issues are entwined in a precarious delicate balance”… and then the nudge-nudge, wink-wink, non verbal communication of interpreting between the lines starts.   After a while of playing this game the frustration is enough to make you an expert at turning billiard ball into a stress ball.  Annoying as heck.

When I share that most officials, staff and investigators are genuinely clueless, I do mean they are genuinely clueless.   This includes FBI and Main Justice officials. Thus the important reason for actually getting on planes, meeting people, looking in their eyes, watching their inflection and seeing their responses.

I know the difference when a person is using the Mamet Principle and pretends not to know…. believe me, most of these people are genuinely clueless – they are not pretending.  They are more concerned with who is getting the bigger muffin from the taxpayer provided snack bar.  They care far less about what middle-America thinks about their lack of corrective action on corrupt issues they are comfortable working with/in/around all day.

If there is a grand jury; and if the grand jury returns ‘true bills’ on specific targets; we still have a filtering issue of AG Bill Barr who will then have to decide which criminal characters will be indicted and which would be too institutionally dangerous to indict.  This seems rather stark to say out loud; but we would be naive if we didn’t think there was going to be some sort of filtering taking place even with grand jury outcomes.

♦Phase-2:  For some serendipitous reason back in 2018 when the depth of the deep swamp became very visible, CTH selected mid-August 2020 as benchmark date.   If action was going to be taken by corrective elements in the DOJ or FBI that action would need to be visible, publicly visible, mid August (two weeks from now).

If there is nothing that comes out of the DOJ and FBI by mid-August, CTH will do the very best possible to launch on “phase-2” which will include us exposing the names of the investigators/prosecutors and what they are specifically known to be doing.  While that’s not the purpose, there has to be a point at which ‘We the People’ get to say enough is enough… we are shifting from prudent patience to full sunlight regardless of the damage it does to the ongoing investigation(s).

Because that’s a pretty serious thing to do; there is an assembly of very smart people coming together right before that date, and these issues will be debated.  I doubt anyone could convince me not to go full combat; but I’m willing to listen up to the very last second of my own self-imposed deadline for justice.

Phase-2 was originally going be a full expose in a manner of platforms on a key aspect that underpins the historic DOJ/FBI and Mueller Special Counsel operation.  That goal is still primary; however, it will also include telling as many people as possible whose doors need to be knocked upon to ask the questions about inaction.  Based on the feedback when we knocked the mystery doors it is likely the investigators (and others) will go bananas if their role is made public.

Once people absorb the severity of the dual systems of justice; and once a very specific issue is thoroughly understood; I am very hopeful a national response will be triggered.

♦ Lastly – In the last several days issues in the background of CTH have been challenging.  Comments are being dropped, filtered and disappeared that are totally out of our control.  We have no idea if WordPress is the cause or something more nefarious.  Regardless, please be patient the admins are working furiously to release all the comments that are being captured/blocked through some unknown technology we appear to be encountering.

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651 Responses to Status Update – DOJ/FBI Investigative Research on The Road…

  1. I’m eagerly waiting for the sunlight to shine on SD’s research from the road trip(s).

    The last time I had to wait with this much “apprehension” was when my deferment for a five-year apprenticeship ended and President Johnson sent me my draft notice.

    I hope the outcome is better this time…….

    MAGA while we can.

    Liked by 11 people

  2. Sundance, you are incredible. When you say “phase-2” which will include us exposing the names of the investigators/prosecutors and what they are specifically known to be doing would probably be one of the few things that actually puts their feet in the fire. Getting into the public eye these investigators & prosecutors names and what they know and what they are/aren’t doing about crimes that “we the people” would be under the jail for. We definitely need them to know that WE know and WE will be telling as may people as possible. Thank you, Sundance, and be safe.

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  3. zozz1 says:

    Sundance, are you intimating that a secret Special Prosecutor may already have been appointed?


    • vikingmom says:

      That is s the impression that I got but where I am confused is whether the special prosecutor that Sundance is hinting at is the same person that he has previously mentioned as the overseer of the whole investigation whose name has never been made public? Or are there two different people?


  4. Trygve says:

    “we are shifting from prudent patience to full sunlight regardless of the damage it does to the ongoing investigation(s).”

    I suspect this is where it’s heading. If so, please consult with Paddrick first.

    No way I’m signing up for a WP account. My comments are consistently going through because I’m not logged into WP. Just saying.


    • YeahYouRight says:

      Trygve, I used to agree on the account angle, but got one a few weeks ago and it’s nice.

      I do think Firefox was causing problems for me. Right now it’s working great through a link WP sent my Gmail when i was signing on in Chrome.

      Hope this helps someone out there.


  5. nyckers says:

    I offer again… There is an interesting organization called Business Executives for National Security. It includes many C-suite execs from the nation’s key firms and industries. I have attended presentations to the group by such luminaries as the AD-CI Priestap on the China threat in 2018, as well as the 4-star chief of Nuclear Detternce for the Air Force presenting on efficacy of bilateral nuclear accords – or the lack thereof. In addition to great outings to military faciilities, and immensely useful briefings on cybercrime and IP protection – the organization would likely be a welcoming audience for a briefing from Sundance, and a way to put it in front of people who have a larger megaphone than the average patriot.

    I can’t seem to get a comment posted, but I will patiently try. Time is short.

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  6. kleen says:

    What if, after Sundance release the Kraken, we start seeing many white hats coming forward exposing what they know and this becomes the biggest exposure of corruption of all times?
    We already had Patrick Byrne from Overstock sharing his experience and turning over whatever he had to back his allegations. We could start seeing much more of that.

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  7. celtcan says:

    Also…some states’ early voting begins. Want the info out prior to voting.

    Liked by 1 person

  8. Rhino1895 says:

    “It is easier to find men who will volunteer to die, than to find those who are willing to endure pain with patience.” ~ Julius Caesar

    Liked by 1 person

    • ziegler von strahn says:

      I would say Julius has it exactly wrong, as he did in so much else.

      Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed.
      ~some guys that did some things a couple hundred years ago.


  9. Doppler says:

    Just to recap:
    1. the two agencies that signed the “inter-agency memorandum of understanding” “authorizing” illegal spying on US citizens need to be identified, as well as the signers themselves;
    2. the four independent contractors and the individuals involved doing the illegal spying need to be identified;
    3. the searches they conducted need to be compiled, as well as any reports made based on those reports along with the recipients of those reports;
    4. Those people, their searches, their reports, and the persons who obtained the reports and the actions taken by them based on those reports need to be investigated to the third degree to “find out what in the name of Jesus [excuse me transcriber] is going on here,” so that “somebodies’ asses are in [prosecutors’] briefcases,” and the whole long narrative is written up into one or more best sellers that get made into one or more blockbuster movies and TV Series.

    Anything short of that is people pretending they don’t know what they do in fact know, and is an attack on our Constitution.

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  10. mac says:

    Good luck and Godspeed, Sundance. You are doing a wonderful, and very necessary, work!

    Liked by 3 people

  11. To ascertain if there is Nefarious reasons why WordPress to drop comments. My suggestion would be to contact @Techno_Fog. He would know.

    Liked by 1 person

    • YeahYouRight says:

      Great idea! I discovered I’m having trouble on one other particular site not connected to WP, and given the timing and climate, I can’t help but question “happenstance” as a logical explanation.

      Forces are trying to keep people like us from talking, to each other or to others.

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      • jediphantom says:

        These “TROUBLES” are almost everywhere. The frequency of them has increased significantly since a “CERTAIN DOCU-DUMP” occurred.

        PEDOGATE. And the naming of names. Bill “WIN ONE FOR THE ZIPPER” Clinton for example.



  12. @Sundance, Sounds like the “exact” “Political corruption”, I’m running into *Locally*..
    Thanks for the insight..
    God Speed..

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  13. GTOGUY says:

    Well, we know that Clinesmith is guilty of evidence tampering and probably perjury, McCabe is guilty of at least perjury x3, Comey is guilty of perjury to Congress x2, and lying to the (Executive) President, Brennan is guilty of lying to Congress and probably other things. I would say that all total we have a bunch of conspirators with the common goal of attempting to over-throw the valid Government of the United States. I’m sure that Sundance is having the conversations that need to be had. There needs to be some sort of justice for these people or we will lose our Country for sure.

    Liked by 5 people

  14. rashomon says:

    So much of Jimmy Carter’s administration appeared “innocent” and has come back to bite us in the tail, Career politicians and staffers such as the SES plus an enormous bureaucracy — I’ll say it again, ENORMOUS BUREAUCRACY! — is killing our republic. We have more people working at the taxpayers expense than we have taxpayers to foot the bill.

    Per SD’s reference to Investigative Reporter John Spiropoulos, he made the following video to explain the FISA swamp back on March 3, 2020..

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  15. Richard Bell says:

    Sundace, any possibility that powers to be would purposefully drag their feet till past your deadline and let your team ignite the war fires? This would/might give them cover for not exposing the deep coruption just before an election. They could use your release to push forward giving the facts were reased by a non-government entity. In my experence with Government agencies, i have known this to be done using contractors to leak information the Government didn’t want to release but wanted to act on. Your thoughts?

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  16. 4*Freedom says:

    Trusting SD radar here – and signing on via WP for those who think that’s the block – WP has worked fast here

    Liked by 2 people

  17. Lawrence L says:

    I’m sure you were smart enough have multiple back-up copies–including hard copy–scattered in multiple places not accessible to external electronic snooping (safety deposit boxes, personal safes, storage lockers, etc.), along with activation instructions for multiple trustworthy people. Needless to say, the reach of the DS is nearly limitless, but if you prepared well and compartmentalized, there is no way they could interdict it all.

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    • Dennis says:

      Do not be concerned; the score WILL BE reported !!!

      Ecc 2:14 For God shall bring every work into judgment, with every secret thing, whether it be good, or whether it be evil.

      Mat_12:36 But I say unto you, That every idle word that men shall speak, they shall give account thereof in the day of judgment.


  18. Right to reply says:

    Imagine being corrupt whether physically, or monetarily.

    Imagine the people in your group know of your corruption, because they too are corrupt. A perfect situation to be able to continue with your corruption. Birds of a feather, favors for favors.

    Imagine the people with the power to prosecute allow your corruption for both their own financial, and political gain.

    Imagine having an outsider walk into your group, and handed the power to see your corruption. Wouldn’t you want to stop that? Or, threaten them with paperwork that would reveal the outsider too was corrupt, and perverted?

    Imagine that outsider instead of saying OMG! I didn’t do that, please bury it, and thereby becoming corrupt, and controlled. Instead, demands its PUBLIC investigation?


    • BobR says:

      Sorry, not a stellar critical reader but after pouring over many threads over the years the phrase
      Barr must decide who to indict not based on the facts, but on if the institution will remain intact, will mean that justice will not be done

      Liked by 2 people

  19. Scarlet says:

    Sundance, please please please stay safe. Extra prayers from our family for your safety.

    I believe the prayer is being heard. Especially after the serendipitous encounter.

    I believe the Lord is in control.

    Liked by 6 people

  20. lolanonni says:

    “AG Bill Barr who will then have to decide which criminal characters will be indicted and which would be too institutionally dangerous to indict. ”
    It is interesting that a decision has to be made as to “which criminal characters will be indicted.” Lady justice is supposed to be wearing a blindfold. Guess that does not apply the higher you go up in the government ladder. That is a travesty.

    Liked by 2 people

  21. deeperinfo says:

    You want details? This guy is on FIRE!

    Hoping he’s has a dance in the Light of Truth with Sundance…

    Liked by 3 people

    • Perot Conservative says:

      I’ve never had a gun pointed at my head when police pull me over. I wouldn’t call that standard.


      • bshaw7369610 says:

        Strangely enough I have. When I was 14 none the less. My brother was in a fight at our high school. When teachers showed up to break it up everybody scattered. My brother and I got in our car and went home. Somebody called the cops and said we fled with a weapon. When the cops caught up to us they drew down on us with five officers and all of them had their guns drawn as they surrounded the car screaming to get our hands up.

        I put my hands on the dash board as instructed. My brother on the steering wheel. But he did yell at them to stop pointing their guns at me specifically as I was 14 and stood all of 4’ 9”. And neither of us had a weapon and my brother was the one that was attacked.

        But to this day I understand why the cops did what they did. And to this day I still understand why I did what I was told. I didn’t want to get shot.

        I have zero sympathy with anyone that thinks for any reason, even racism, that it’s smart or even ok to argue with cops during even the most routine of interactions with cops.

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    • jediphantom says:

      Just like “LACKING CANDOR” is translated into “LYING”.


      Liked by 1 person

  22. leon0112 says:

    Sundance – If you could get on Joe Rogan for one of his standard 2 hour interviews, it penetrate much of the adult male world.

    Liked by 1 person

  23. Truthfilter says:

    I researched US Attorney Bash a few days ago. From everything I’ve read, he’s a young go-getter who doesn’t suffer fools. Very tough on crime in his neck of the woods. At first, I was a little concerned about his inexperience in the DC swamp but then I got to thinking how utterly angry I would have been in my 30s to see —with my own eyes—the amount of corruption in DC. I can’t imagine having the power to correct it and not using that power to its fullest possible potential.

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  24. Conservative_302 says:

    Sundance, the president, and Flynn are in my prayers every night.

    Liked by 2 people

  25. Kalu says:

    Bless you Sundance!

    Liked by 1 person

  26. iswhatitis says:

    …we are shifting from prudent patience to full sunlight…

    I’ve become convinced that the [slow] wheels of justice are solar powered, and the only thing that keeps them turning is lots and lots of bright sunlight.

    Liked by 2 people

  27. For Eyes says:

    “God will not have his work made manifest by cowards”
    ― Ralph Waldo Emerson, Self-Reliance

    Liked by 3 people

  28. Ben Dhyani says:

    Sundance..”You might even say (I do) that discovery was divinely guided and inspired..” Imho, it indeed was, inspired by the light that shines in the darkness and the darkness can’t extinguish it!

    Liked by 3 people

  29. Lion2017 says:

    God has called on you Sundance & is watching over you.

    Liked by 2 people

  30. Perot Conservative says:

    So since we have Durham & 3-5 investigations (not counting the leak invedtigations), what would be the purpose of the guessed Special Prosecutor?

    More experienced manpower w Gravitas? Great! SP powers for the non-Durham investigations?

    What other advantages would one (potentially) provide?

    FYI Bogeyman and others.

    RESOURCES & FOCUS are also issues… we’re not going after who killed Kennedy, Area 52, Benghazi or Fast n Furious. These prosecutors & investigators need to be focused and strategic. And I’m not saying they’re perfect. But they can’t go down every provincial rabbit hole.

    The trip to DC was eye opening to Sundance, but who knows how wide and deep this will go. Adam Housley is told it will be big, maybe massive. I doubt whatever individuals or agencies Sundance spoke with would just hand him the Kings jewel. (No relationship and a journalist.) Or that they handed him every key attorney & investigator. They’re just as interested in what he knows. This is no knock on Sundance. I could be wrong, but I don’t think he was meeting w Durham & Nora Dannehy.

    He’s correct. Its a bureaucracy, some drones, and many likely hate President Trump. (My friend in DC says the WHOLE town hates PT.) Little motivation to dig. The Resistance, biased spouses, let’s say 9-1 Democrat to other. Clock watchers. They (many) don’t have Sundance’s passion & commitment & purpose.


  31. David Osterloh says:

    just an observation, look at the picture Sundance posted at the head of this article, look down the street to the capital building, on the right tile roofs, classical enlightenment architecture for the most part, now look at the left side, brutalist architecture ( the hall mark of totalitarianism and communist buildings) all the way down. Maybe the picture says something, i doubt it was posted for that reason but tells us something by coincidence


  32. PaulCohen says:

    Yes, there was foreign interference in the 2016 election…. developed, arranged, and PAID for by Hillary Clinton and the DNC!! In close “collusion” with the Obama admin. including FBI, State Dept., Defense Dept., DOJ, CIA, etc. etc. etc.

    Liked by 3 people

  33. Perot Conservative says:

    A different take on Durham / Boston “success”?

    Matt of Boston: Federal Prosecutor John Durham And American Justice. 1 Of 10

    The FBI apparently relied on crooks and crooked agents to convict Connolly.

    “… Connolly operated openly and with the full concurrence of many in the FBI. Despite Durham’s assurance at the end of the Connolly trial: “Nobody in this country is above the law, an FBI agent or otherwise, and ultimately the ends do not justify the means,” *** no one else in the FBI was prosecuted by Durham after this***. It made me almost positive that this was a clear case of whitewashing the FBI and pretending that all the furor about the FBI was caused by one rogue agent as an FBI assistant director name Jordan would later do.”

    Article includes a picture of a young John Durham.

    In the comments section there is additional information.


  34. geezlinda says:

    Did anyone see where Barr let the FISA abusers off the hook? Just now. Is this legit?


  35. gary says:

    ‘The hailstones are razor’s,cutting through the air and falling to the ground.It has no feeling’s. It feels no pain.It cares not what it hits and breaks.It cut’s and slashes through everything it can. Poor souls caught in the downfall,feel the sting of it’s angry rage. People can predict when it’s coming,but they cannot predict what the razor’s will destroy’ release the razor’s. poem compliments of my 8th grader.

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  36. The Boss says:

    FTA…”Were these “contractors” extracting corporate, business and financial secrets to sell and or trade and make money? Is this the ultimate insider trading scheme in Washington DC?… The answer is actually in the question. What entity would not eventually use that access for this purpose… it is just too easy to make money.”

    FWIW, this little tidbit from CNBC suggests that contractors were pulling everything they could find on The Trump Organization. If so, then Cyrus Vance has been fed information. He is another insurance policy.

    Posted this stuff below because the title in the link doesn’t match the headline.

    Key Points
    Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. could be investigating President Donald Trump and his company for possible insurance and bank fraud, the prosecutor’s office revealed in a new court filing.
    That revelation came in a filing by Vance’s office that urged a federal judge to toss out Trump’s new legal effort to prevent prosecutors from getting his tax returns and other records from his accountants through a grand jury subpoena.
    The U.S. Supreme Court earlier this summer rejected Trump’s bid to block the subpoena, ruling that presidents do not have immunity from being investigated for crimes by state prosecutors while in office.


  37. Mayok says:



  38. coltlending says:

    “ Were these “contractors” extracting corporate, business and financial secrets to sell and or trade and make money? Is this the ultimate insider trading scheme in Washington DC?… The answer is actually in the question. What entity would not eventually use that access for this purpose… it is just too easy to make money.”

    I’ve always suspected this.


  39. coltlending says:

    “ Were these “contractors” extracting corporate, business and financial secrets to sell and or trade and make money? Is this the ultimate insider trading scheme in Washington DC?… The answer is actually in the question. What entity would not eventually use that access for this purpose… it is just too easy to make money.”

    I’ve always suspected this.


  40. Carly says:

    I’m praying for you Sundance and your team of helpers.

    There is an old hymn, Burn Out for Thee. I understand the desire to give completely, but I’m not sure God calls us to wreck ourselves. Just that we lean on Him and he will appoint us the help we need.

    You’ve taken on a massive load. Many of us are in complete awe over what you’ve accomplished. But please do take care of yourselves. Watch your blood pressure. Rest when you can. Your well-being is vital.

    Bless you and your team.

    Liked by 1 person

  41. gary says:

    DOJ just released report about the fisa warrants. say’s nothing is wrong with any of of them.


    • Carly says:

      My understanding:

      The DOJ wants to preserve FISA, as did NSA Director Mike Rogers. So they are splitting the baby by saying FISA works, but Carter Page’s FISA is problematic (29 errors are more than unnerving and reveal an agenda that will be investigated further).


    • Carly says:

      My other post is mistaken. Demers said as you said here. Try as they might, they cannot whitewash this.


    • Perot Conservative says:

      And AG Bill Barr allowed that out.


  42. laeagle says:

    No more darkness. Blinding sunshine is needed in two weeks. No institutions will be left to protect anyway given that it has already been announced that the filibuster rule will be gone if the Dark Side prevails in November. In that event, everything will be attacked. Now is the time for all to see the depth of the multi-branch corruption of the D.C. swamp. No mercy and no quarter. Information is power and will ultimately lead to truth and justice.


  43. jediphantom says:

    Private contractors with access to the NSA and OTHER DATABASES, also did business with FOREIGN ENTITIES. That alone is worthy of investigation regardless of the outcome “OHR” whose “INTERESTS” may be involved.

    THIS IS A NATIONAL SECURITY ISSUE. What if one of those foreign entities working with these private contractors, happens to be….oh…I don’t know….picking a name out of my tinfoil hat….let’s say…they are RUSSIANS? RUSSIA, RUSSIA, RUSSIA? OH WAIT! CHI-NAH? ABORIGINAL PYGMIES TRIBES FROM BORA BORA? They probably have copies of Hillary’s emails and Epstein’s CINEMATIC, ALBEIT ILLEGAL, (kiddie porn), FILM CLASSICS. Thus the state of our I.C. the past few years. WOULD THAT SURPRISE ANY OF US? REALLY? Of course not.

    Sundance and his Rag Tag Team of Misfits has a way of opening up the imagination section of what is left of my brain. I am very grateful for that. I’m not sure about the rest of you….don’t mind me.


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  44. ex101st says:

    Unless someone high up in the food chain of this sedition has flipped and something solid about the conspiracy is forthcoming publicly, I expect Sundance will be forced into phase 2. The swamp may be concerned about legal jeopardy, sunlight however, scares them sh!tless.

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  45. John Drake says:

    Hmm. Right before Obama left office, literally a few days before, he made it easier for the NSA to share UNFILTERED SIGINT with practically every government agency (or perhaps he did that to cover the unauthorised data dump he’d made previously).

    Imagine all the data dumped all at once available to practically everyone to ‘manipulate’ at will…using their own ‘analysts’ and utilising it for their own ‘missions’ er…’agendas’..

    Recall the oft parroted talking point that ‘all 16 Intel Agencies came to the SAME ‘conclusion’…

    …and with Unfiltered Data, Unmasking wouldn’t actually be required…



  46. According to the DOJ IG, “No Department policy contains a specific prohibition on overt investigative steps within a particular period before an election. But the department has “a longstanding unwritten practice to avoid overt law enforcement and prosecutorial activities close to an election, typically within 60 or 90 days of Election Day.” The IG reported that some officials put the time period at 60 days, while others cited a 90-day timeframe.


  47. Mark Abram says:

    “No Department policy contains a specific prohibition on overt investigative steps within a particular period before an election,” the report notes. But the department has “a longstanding unwritten practice to avoid overt law enforcement and prosecutorial activities close to an election, typically within 60 or 90 days of Election Day.” The IG reported that some officials put the time period at 60 days, while others cited a 90-day timeframe. WE ARE AT 90 DAYS!


  48. republicanvet91 says:

    “Once people absorb the severity of the dual systems of justice”

    I believe this is the most important sentence in the article. For whatever reason, this jumps out at me more than others. It’s as if Sundance is telling us that nothing else in this entire saga is as important as protecting that dual system.

    Can they get away with protecting it? Or is there too much publicly known?

    One could say this dual system is more systemic and entrenched than the racism the left keeps blathering on about.

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  49. navysquid says:

    I still cannot get anything to post AdRem…??


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