They Won’t Like Full Sunlight – Rod Rosenstein Edition…

A more detailed post is going to come out later this morning highlighting what we know of the current positioning and status of the DOJ, as we move ever closer to execution of ‘phase-2’, a full public briefing and delivery mechanism.  However, in the interim something to keep in mind…

Almost no-one that I talked to in Washington DC, media, congress or research staffers in either the House or Senate ever bothered to actually watch Rod Rosenstein’s June testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee.   Yes, you read that correctly.  If you are counting on DOJ, Barr or Durham, keep this factoid in mind…  Approximately 9 out of 10 beltway people have absolutely no idea what Rosenstein said.  This includes all chief-of-staff’s for most GOP senators, and every single House and Senate staffer (including Senior Staff) assigned to assist the congressional investigations…  Let that sink in as you watch this.


This video is another fine snippet by our friend John Spiropoulos. Think about how this would play-out if mainstream media, including the tick-tock club, were paying attention.

The former Deputy Attorney General, a man who AG Bill Barr has praised vociferously, testifies two months ago that the Steele Dossier IS NOT in the FISA application to spy on Team Trump. As Spiropoulos outlines, contrast that position with what the Inspector General and the documents already said. This is what we are up against.

Allow me to include a mention of the safety issue, because it keeps getting brought up, and CTH continues to receive emails about it.   First, thank you to all those who have expressed concern.  However, we are beyond the point of no-return now; tripwires are set.

We are past the point of worrying about personal security.  Enough people have been briefed on the material that if anything was to happen, it would only explode the story.  Everyone, including myself, is eyes wide open.  These issues were considered, evaluated, swallowed and overcome long before phase-1 (briefings) began.

After spending two years researching every granular detail of the position within the DOJ, at the time Mueller’s team was in control of Main Justice and the NSD, here’s the visual demonstration of the role played by Rod Rosenstein….

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674 Responses to They Won’t Like Full Sunlight – Rod Rosenstein Edition…

  1. jackpundad says:

    Phase 2 will open the truth for all to see! Stay safe Sundance! God is with you!

    Liked by 2 people

  2. maxxheadroom777 says:

    This snafu of treasonous corruption has been enabled & perpetrated by the leadership of a corrupt political party that is owned entirely by an even more corrupt corporate media establishment. Corporate media, Democrats, the Obamas and their minions are worthy only of disgust & contempt. In a better world such villainous degenerates would have already been summarily dispatched.


  3. Bogeyfree says:

    So we have…….

    1) Hammer Spying documented by the actual person who conducted the spying + 47 HD of evidence.

    2) IRS Spying

    3) Congress IT Spying

    4) Sharyl Atkinson Spying

    5) NSA Contractor Spying

    Is there any wonder why so many people have lock jaw?

    If Barr were to ignore all of this then clearly there is no more rule of law or equal justice.

    And why we need to be ready with Phase 2 in case.

    It is clear that Russia Collusion was the cover up to all of this and more IMO.

    Liked by 5 people

  4. teabag14 says:

    “However, we are beyond the point of no-return now; tripwires are set.” Yay! Interesting terminology. Thank you again, Sundance. Prayers multiple times a day for you, PDJT, his family, and all of us on his team. God Bless us all.
    P.S. My like button hasn’t worked for a few days now (on any of my devices) but I have been able to post.

    Liked by 4 people

  5. islandpalmtrees says:

    RR was technically correct, the Dossier was not part of the ICA. It was an attachment. But he was wrong, if his statement above referred to the FISA warrant, since the Dossier was part of the warrant.


  6. islandpalmtrees says:

    RR was technically correct, the Dossier was not part of the ICA. It was an attachment. But he was wrong, if his statement above referred to the FISA warrant, since the Dossier was part of the warrant.


    • WhiteBoard says:

      He said FISA – he lied – he is trying to play dumb to escape this – he is TRYING TO WILL IT INTO NONEXISTENCE – a common thing people do when in SHOCK.

      MAMET principle wont work here.

      He participated in spying operation on an elected president to remove him from office –
      in summary according to President Trump – “Treason” – which is why this is being handled by the not named.

      RR facilitated the WOLFE leak – that HAD 1 GOAL to get the FISA PUBLIC to CALL FOR MUELLER and to get the leak PROSECUTED with a WRIST SLAP while Weisman ran the DOJ.

      it clicked – you get it.

      Liked by 1 person

  7. islandpalmtrees says:

    RR was technically correct, the Dossier was not part of the ICA. It was an attachment. But he was wrong, if his statement above referred to the FISA warrant, since the Dossier was part of the warrant.


    • JBS says:

      How would an attachment to the assessment not be part of the assessment? Seriously.


      • billrla says:

        JBS: Think the way they do. Here’s what Rod would say, if challenged:

        “Oh! I thought you asked me if the actual, printed, Steele Report was, in its physical form, actually contained within the physical FISA application. Silly me. As to fabricated nonsense from the Steele Report, sure, of course that was in the FISA application. I mean, I’m not stupid.”

        Liked by 1 person

    • Reilly17 says:

      My point of view is he was lied to. He also testified earlier he was not the affiant. Typically the approver does not go through the application, he approves based on what is represented to him by the actual affiants. With all that has come out I don’t believe he would lie under oath after the IG report came out. He is stating that he was told the dossier was not in the FISA as it was relayed to him.
      Call me crazy, but I’m sticking with the theory that this was a sting on the “18 angry democrats”. Those arrogant SOB’s thought they were going to takeout our VSG who famously said “we caught them all”. With no predicate for the Russia hoax they were surveilled as they committed their crimes.

      Liked by 1 person

  8. OK, so this snake is essentially saying the Steele Dossier was not in the FISA application….just the CONTENT of the Steele Dossier was in the FISA application.

    Liked by 1 person

  9. SurroundedbyBlue says:

    Aside from the need for Law and Order (which apparently, only about 50% of the population believes in), who is this information effort targeted at, and for what purpose? At some level, this has to be a political effort, However, it feels to me like those dies are already cast in everyone (I have yet to meet an undecided). You are either for Trump or you aren’t. Everyone I deal with who doesn’t want Trump has TDS. They aren’t going to change, in fact, they’ll justify this as necessary because Orange Man Bad.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Amy2 says:

    Why is only the date redacted in the FISA and not the month/year?
    1. I reviewed many FISA applications (credibility).
    2. I didn’t read the FISA application. (NO credibility)

    Liked by 1 person

    • Fubu says:

      1. I reviewed many FISA applications. (NO credibility because That way he can lie and say, ‘I reviewed so many of them this one was “just another one” and I got it confused with one of the many others when I lied to you because it was one of the many that I reviewed.”)


  11. Richard Whitney says:

    I watched the testimony. Rosenstein was asked if he knew then what he knows now (that the FBI agents were lying), would he sign the application, he answered “No.”
    Had he been somehow psychic, and refused to sign the application, those lies would never have become crimes. They became crimes once they became part of the application based on those lies.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. CopperTop says:

    There is only one man/woman on television who called for the immediate resignation of RR at the very time everyone should have been calling for it.

    My intuition says he/she is about to enter stage left…

    Around that time my comments here on the CTH usually talked about my experience with government officials who are ‘ethical but compromised’ in relation to RR. That compromise is ALWAYS what those of us intersecting with security clearance determinations were wrapping our arms around.

    Never give in. Way to go SD.

    Liked by 3 people

  13. Scott L Robertson says:

    Why is this “Steele material vs Steele Dossier” at issue? Some Steele material made it into the FISA application, some did not. Pee pee didn’t make it, Russian hacked emails did. So what? Waste of time to reconcile whether or not the dossier was used in the application or “some” of the dossier was used in the application. Steele’s fraudulent data collection was used in the FISA application and those that did knew it was fraudulent. Can we move faster please? Move on…

    Liked by 1 person

    • dollops says:

      Yes. The “Russia changed the election results to favor Trump” was absurd from the get-go. Everything that ensued from the desperate decision to enlarge upon such a ridiculous theme had to be all lies and subterfuge.


    • jeans2nd says:

      Are any of the discoveries yours?
      Have you done the hard work and made the logical conclusions?
      Was it you that spent two months gaming out a fool-proof plan?
      Is it your arse on the line, up among the Swamp Creatures and taking the bullets for many?

      Then hush. Please.
      Move on. Please.


  14. VVV VVV says:

    Good to know our tax dollars are used to enrich incompetent and corrupt politicians and bureaucrats.

    Liked by 2 people

    • sturmudgeon says:

      VVV… Since when has it been any different? Probably only in The Founders’ time. That is one hell of a long time for corruption to take root and spread so thoroughly.


  15. Atomic Hillbilly says:

    The modern day swamprat version of Washington DC has become the definition of “absolute despotism”.

    We can’t count on any of them.

    Are we tired enough yet?

    Liked by 1 person

  16. OK

    So they all use the Rosenstink mealey mouthed method!

    John Ratcliff makes him step by step to!!!

    “Yes I mis- understood my mis-understaning of my orginal understand that I later mis-understood!“


  17. Richie says:

    I’m not letting the Weasel off that easy.

    The scared guy in the image was a coward but a unwilling participant and I dont believe he didnt want any harm to come to his comrades.

    Rosenstein on the other hand, a coward yes but I believe, was part and parcel to the Coup. One of the widgets that if removed would break the clock.

    This is what were up against…

    Liked by 2 people

    • islandpalmtrees says:

      I wonder, will they still be smiling, in a couple of months?


    • WhiteBoard says:

      think of it like this

      Barr is the Wolfe prosecution of lying
      Rosenstein is the Leak of Wolfe document to get the carter page narrative in the public to CALL FOR MULLER.

      the PLANNED close to the coup opened. cleans up the the database abuse scandal while appearing to be saving POTUS from the ONSLAUGHT of Mueller etc.

      SUNLIGHT forces Barr to expose it – thats where we are. without exposure THERE IS STILL AN EXPORTED NSA DATABASE OUT THERE

      Liked by 2 people

      • Rene Ann Jungers says:

        And does it continue to be fed from the data source? We assume it has been cut off, but has it?

        Regarding the exported NSA database, how many exported copies are out there? We assume one, but is that factual?

        Liked by 1 person

        • WhiteBoard says:

          Let’s state it this clearly – We do not know the name of the exporters, or even if the names represent companies (with hundreds or more employees).

          this is compromised.

          this was enough to make Admiral Rogers to audit in april 2016.

          A BIG QUESTION – did he have to audit? did he do it as a cover in case President Trump won to look clean?

          One more time – What would be a reason to REQUEST an audit of the system in april 2016?


    • Mario Flores says:

      Those who don’t want harm to come to their comrades would gladly throw themselves in harm’s way to save them. Survivors guilt is a hell of a thing to live with.


  18. New Nonna, Again!!! 🤗 says:

    Thank you, Sundance.

    Looking forward to your post later today.

    God bless you, our President andmay He have mercy on us and bring everyone to Himself. 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼

    Liked by 1 person

  19. randyg1 says:

    Its go time…


  20. Jimmy R says:

    Barr said no one running for office was under investigation. However, it would be nice to see Mark Warner indicted and his challenger, Daniel Gade, become the junior senator from Virginia.

    Liked by 1 person

    • doyouseemyvision says:

      I called Gade’s office 2 weeks ago, got voicemail and no one called me back. Made me wonder if he was serious about winning.


    • Donzo says:

      Not under investigation and doesn’t need to be because Biden makes the perfect Oval Office meeting fall guy after the perps are snared. They may even have a picture of him in black face. Poor guy.


  21. Silas says:

    God Speed, just keep an eye out for Lord Baltimore.


  22. somebodysgramma says:

    I guess the question that always comes to my mind… although it’s no excuse for participating in a coup… is there any forgiveness for someone like Rosenstein who found himself between a rock and a hard place? Methinks many people were in that position under the Obama regime, and perhaps life is full of such choices. Personally, I’ve quit a couple lucrative jobs because of ethics, rather than participate, with no care for a retirement or stock options. God took care of me anyway. Maybe I just answered my own question.

    Liked by 1 person

  23. Loren says:

    Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor, Rosenstein.

    There are six things that Lord strongly dislikes, seven that are an abomination to him: haughty eyes, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood, a heart that devises wicked plans, feet that make haste to run to evil, a false witness who breathes out lies, and one who sows discord among brothers. Proverbs 6:16-19.

    Is it now wonderful how our Lord speaks.
    Look how awful it it is that there are people in our government that break every commandment with total disregard.
    God is not happy with America!

    Liked by 3 people

  24. geezlinda says:

    I hope Sundance can get to the right people soon as our nation is under attack by full blown Communists! God Bless you Sundance!!!


  25. islandpalmtrees says:

    As this story unfolds, we can start to see the massive scope of the corruption. Suggesting, that very little of the existing system remains.

    Therefore, any effort at repair will take more than one or two terms as president.


  26. Bogeyfree says:

    So here’s an interesting article from 1/2020 that talks about RR and Atkinson lawsuit and a guy named Johnheretohelp.


  27. Bogeyfree says:

    By the way who did RR report to back in 2014?

    Is Sundance walking us via stepping stones to the WH?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Jimmy Jack says:

      Looks like it.

      I’ve read elsewhere that Atkinsson is also a mockingbird asset but for the DIA not the C IA. This would explain a lot that didn’t add up to me before as to why she was targeted.

      It explains her connection to Flynn as well. Which brings me back to your point – is Atkinsson about to reenter the spotlight and tie the Flynn issue in and expose whatever RR & Obama were you to w their spying.

      Liked by 1 person

  28. kittylenoir says:

    DOJ’s farewell to Rosenstein. They are all friends.


  29. corvairfan says:

    Patiently awaiting the more detailed update this morning 🙂


  30. vr96 says:

    I feel as though we are watching a glacier proceed down the mountain at one-inch per century increments. Why are the hag and Barry Hussein Soetoro and all the many felons working with and for them still not in prison?


    • James Groome says:

      He wasn’t smart enough to keep away from politics this year, thus tying all the money together completing the RICO case… FWIW I just assume that everyone got a pardon on the last day he was in office… so everything would have to be criminal acts post inauguration.
      That being said if anything could be legally construed as sedition or treason, those are Constitutionally cited as being excluded from pardonable offenses.


  31. linderella says:

    I have always been curious about the FISA applications that were denied in 2016 — what was in them, and why were they rejected? It just seems like it might be instructive and even establish intent as to what they were initially asking for, why the applications didn’t succeed like the following one did, and why the one that did succeed managed to get approved. Was it run through a different FISA judge, or did they find a way to change the request that wormed its way through?


  32. ziegler von strahn says:

    He’s got until 8/15, then the sunlight gets painful…


    I see we are on the same page SD. :thumbsups:

    Liked by 2 people

  33. Pokey says:

    Did my posting get deleted or lost?


  34. Bogeyfree says:

    Sundance walking us backwards……….

    1) Russia Collusion – now exposed as a fraud and the cover up

    2) Dossier – now exposed as a fraud and a tool used within the Russia Collusion cover up

    3) FISA Leaking – now exposed as a tool used within the Russia Collusion Cover Up to damage PT back in 3/2017 PLUS that the coup involves other branches of government.

    4) NSA Contractor Spying – Being exposed now via Sundance as the primary criminal activity that ran from 2012-2016 and the reason for #1-3 cover up activities.

    5) what’s ahead and coming IMO – who ran the spying operations from 2012-2016 and where does it connect to?

    6) and then I hope once NSA Contractor Spying is fully exposed that Sundance will re-introduce the Hammer Spying Program as their initial foray into their the overall plan of……

    Spy & Gather Information on Thousands to be used as Leverage to gain Money, Power and your way!

    Liked by 2 people

    • BuckNutGuy says:

      Bogey: I like this line of reasoning. SD has always been consistent that Mueller was cover for spying. In my simple mind that meant spying on the Trump campaign. But perhaps, as bad as that was, it was really just a tip of the iceberg so to speak….


  35. Bogeyfree says:

    I’m also think this guy……..

    Johnheretohelp might be a special person to talk to if I were John Durham.


    • sangerweed says:

      This John guy was the same person who was dishing the dirt on Judge Sullivan and his kid. If he is legit, I hope he is spilling the beans to the right people.


  36. Jimmy Jack says:

    Besides the ludicrous nature of the Q followers beliefs about mass arrests including Queen Elizabeth etc, the thing that bothers me the most about the tick tock crowd is that this is a psyop designed to keep people from paying attention to what is really going on and spurring inactivity (trust the plan, true Sessions, “some disinfo is necessary” which explains away inconsistencies).

    Unless the tick tock crowd is Sean Hannity, who reeks of corporate controlled opposition and is a go nowhere interviewer talking to hear himself speak. Other than that I hear he’s a real nice guy.


  37. Scott B. says:

    ‘The problem is that such folks DO NOT THINK. This is what Hannah Arendt was getting at with her description of Adolf Eichmann as representing “the banality of evil.”‘ – Mike Vanderboegh, 2010

    Mike makes and interesting analogy about a minor character 10 years ago: that fits Mr. Rosenstein to a “T”. Worth your time, IMO.

    The other side of tragedy


  38. devilman96 says:

    This is the issue with big data and how easily things get lost.

    This is also why I keep posting in the daily thread asking for help in creating a Thin Thread type database to assist in putting all of the pieces together using AI, facial and machine learning to find the connections between these stories.

    So much happens so fast that it takes groups of people YEARS to put this information together and as you can see here when it is connected you assume that everyone else sees it… And they don’t.

    Help me help us by turning the data upside down on them!


    • stella says:

      PLEASE STOP posting the same thing seven times! We are clearing comments as quickly as possible, and this isn’t helping. They all end up in the same place and then we have to delete all of the duplicates.


      • devilman96 says:

        Stella, that isn’t me reposting, that’s WordPress. When the post issue started and before it was recognized I signed up for a WordPress account thinking something had changed in the forum.

        Now that I have an account it pretty much double posts EVERY post I make and I wish I would have never created the account.


  39. TreeClimber says:

    I’m too young to get the reference in the last picture. Anyone help me out?


  40. AccountabilityPlease says:

    Rosenstein perjured himself.


  41. Paper Clip says:

    Is it common for US Attorney’s (with capital letters) to prosecute public intoxication, like Rod Rosenstein did in 2013 against Steele’s primary sub-source Danchenko?


  42. WillRoll says:

    What does Tick Tock Club mean?

    I’ve site searched back to posts with it as far as 2012 and still not sure. Is it the group of people who are just running out the clock, looking like they are doing the work but not really interested in getting results because then what would they have to do (TV pundits that have to feed the daily show cycle)?

    Are they people whose actions are so predictable that you can set a clock by them (Liberal reaction in 3-2-1)? Just want to make sure I understand. Thanks.


    • Donzo says:

      Tick tick club is the group of people who keep sayin “any day now” day after day, month after month, year after year and are still saying it today. Some of them may be credulous, but others are actively laying down smoke screens, the former unwitting good guys and the latter working for the first enemy.


  43. fractionalexponent says:

    For your amusement folks, search “rot rodentstink” on duckduckgo. There are only 25 entries, but all are about Rod Rosenstein, and all 25 are from The Conservative Treehouse.

    Even the duckduckgo spelling algorithm reckognizes who “rodentstink” is.

    heehee heehee heehee…


  44. TradeBait says:

    Patriots – it ain’t over until we say it is over.


  45. Mario Flores says:

    A display of cowardice in face of the enemy is punishable by death. Rod is a weasel and not the wild kind, the ,sneaky, slippery kind.


  46. Tiffthis says:

    Seems to me like rosenstein is saying the entire Steele dossier was not in the application but just some info from Steele. Then it seems Horowitz says certain pages of the dossier were in the application. IMO, they are both saying the same thing in this video 🤷🏼‍♀️


  47. Trump2020 says:

    I disagree with SD’s comparison of Rosenstein to Cpl. Upham.

    Upham was a coward (he could have saved Mellish), a hypocrite, and a fictional character.

    Rosenstein is a traitor to his country and a real person.

    And while both are slimeballs, given a hard choice between the two, I’d rather have Upham in my foxhole over the slithering snake that is Rosenstein. With the former you know is a coward who won’t save you, while the latter you never know when he will stick his own knife into you.

    Liked by 1 person

  48. Jack B. says:

    I caught the part of RR’s testimony where he explained the mindset of the FBI and DOJ people who sign the FISAs. RR said he is so confident in the excruciating honesty of the preparer(s), who are simply brimming with integrity, that his (RR’s) signature is a mere formality.
    I ask, why can’t the person who wrote the FISA be revealed to the public and be called to testify? Surely this person knows things that are germane. Is there some rule or law against it?
    Also, is it common practice for the FBI to contract out its investigative work? And when the FBI does contract it out is it common for the FBI to take it on face value and not verify?
    Defund the FBI.


  49. Donzo says:

    … the enemy.


  50. valleyj says:

    Rosenstein pics at the end, I’m F’uked, please help me!


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