Sally Yates Testifies to Senate Judiciary – Main Justice Deflects, Pointing Fingers At FBI…

The Senate testimony of former Deputy AG Sally Yates is ongoing. So far the Yates responses to questioning are predictable in the extreme.  [The Mistresses of Mirrored Halls – 2017 ]

It was always visible that when the Main Justice small group would be questioned they would deflect accountability by pointing blame toward the responsibilities of the FBI. That is exactly what Sally Yates is doing.

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I will have more on this later…. busy, busy.

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617 Responses to Sally Yates Testifies to Senate Judiciary – Main Justice Deflects, Pointing Fingers At FBI…

  1. The Gipper Lives says:

    OCTOBER 6, 2016: “Why Hillary’s record on Libya is even worse than you think” by Gen. Mike Flynn

    “A failed state, a terrorist haven, four dead Americans – this is the Hillary Clinton record in Libya we know about. But new evidence — and a review of the public record — reveals that Hillary Clinton’s actions in Libya were not just disastrous policy, but a violation of U.S. anti-terrorism law.

    A recent report to the Foreign Affairs Committee of the British House of Commons concluded that Western intervention in Libya was based on “inaccurate intelligence” and “erroneous assumptions.” Advocates failed to recognize that “the threat to civilians was overstated and that the rebels included a significant Islamist element,” and the failure to plan for a post-Qaddafi Libya led to the “growth of ISIL” in North Africa.

    However, “inaccurate intelligence” doesn’t fully describe the whole story. A closer examination of the run-up to the Libya debacle on September 11, 2012 leads to the irrefutable conclusion that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton knowingly armed radical Islamist terrorists in Libya.

    False pretenses

    The American public was told that the intervention in Libya was necessary to prevent a humanitarian crisis. But just as Hillary Clinton would describe the attack on our Benghazi diplomats as a spontaneous protest over a video, the military intervention that led inexorably to the debacle in Benghazi was sold on false pretenses: to prevent an imminent massacre of civilians engaged in a pro-democracy uprising.

    Hillary Clinton described the 2011 Arab Spring rebellion in eastern Libya as a spontaneous pro-democracy uprising, but the Libyan connection to radical Islamic extremist groups was well known long before 2011. The region where the rebellion began was a fervid recruiting ground for jihadis who killed American forces in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    The leaders of the “civilian uprising” that Hillary Clinton supported were members of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG) who had pledged allegiance to Al Qaeda. They refused to take orders from non-Islamist commanders and assassinated the then leader of the rebel army, Abdel Fattah Younes.

    The LIFG had been jailed under Qaddafi until hundreds of their members were released through a de-radicalization program. That program was spearheaded by an exiled Muslim Brotherhood affiliated Libyan cleric based in Qatar named Ali al-Sallabi. The jihadis pledged they would never use violence against Gaddafi again.

    But nearly as soon as the LIFG was released they took up arms against the Qaddafi regime. Just as there was ample evidence that Hillary’s “pro-democracy protestors” were radical Islamists, there was no truth to the assertion a civilian massacre was imminent.

    Libyan doctors told United Nations investigators that, of the more than 200 corpses in Tripoli’s morgues following fighting in late February 2011, only two were female. This indicates Qaddafi’s forces targeted male combatants and did not indiscriminately attack civilians. Nor had Qaddafi forces attacked civilians after retaking towns from the rebels in early February 2011.

    While Muammar Qaddafi had a 40-year record of appalling human rights violations, his abuses did not include large-scale attacks on Libyan civilians. We restored full diplomatic relations with Qaddafi in 2007 and he was a key partner in counter-terrorism efforts.

    LIFG and affiliated jihadis received at least 18 shipments of arms from Qatar with the blessing of the U.S., the Wall Street Journal reports. The arms shipments were funneled through none other than Ali al-Sallabi, the Qatar cleric who brokered their release from prison.

    The Islamists were able to pay for the weapons because Clinton had convinced Obama to grant full diplomatic recognition to the rebels, against the advice of State Department lawyers and the Secretary of Defense. As the Washington Post reported, this move “allowed the Libyans access to billions of dollars from Qaddafi’s frozen accounts.”

    These arms shipments are significant for several reasons. It led to the indictment of American arms dealer Marc Turi who was charged with selling weapons to Islamist militants in Libya through Qatar. The charges were dropped this week after Turi threatened to reveal emails showing Clinton had approved the sales.

    Here’s where it gets very sticky for Secretary Clinton. The rebel leaders were on the State Department’s Foreign Terrorist Organization list. It is a direct violation of the law to provide material support for terrorist organizations under 18 U.S. Code 2339A & 2339B. Penalties for providing or attempting to provide material support to terrorism include imprisonment from 15 years to life.

    Nor is the Qatar connection insignificant. Qatar has donated anywhere from $1 to $5 million to the Clinton Foundation, and emails reveal members of the Qatari royal family were privileged with back channel meetings with Secretary Clinton at the State Department. While whipping up support for the Libya military campaign, Clinton told Arab leaders, “it’s important to me personally,” the Washington Post reported.

    Hillary Clinton’s prosecution of foreign policy in Libya crossed several lines: she showed extremely bad judgment by ignoring military and intelligence officials, she let personal interests conflict with U.S. foreign policy and, most importantly, she may have broken the law — again.

    Any one of these transgressions should disqualify her from holding any kind of leadership role in our government, let alone president of the United States. The last one qualifies Hillary Clinton for government housing, though not in the White House.”

    –Lt. General(Ret.) Michael T. Flynn spent 33 years as an intelligence officer. He served as the Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency and the Senior Military Intelligence Officer in the Department of Defense. …….

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  2. T2020 says:

    And the cannibalism begins.

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    • Chip Doctor says:

      I caution everyone about being too giddy about the apparent circular firing squad. Just this week we learned how Weismann and co. were the ones that purposely released things like Warner’s texts in order to get us all to jump down a rabbit hole.

      Based on history, I would say there is a high likelihood that they are once again colluding to manipulate us. They do not fear convictions in DC and they think they have secured 2020 election through Covid, mail in cheating, and who knows what other nasty surprises they have coming.

      Just keeping my eyes wide open this time.

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  3. Donna in Oregon says:

    “For the first time in the history of the United States, the FBI and the Justice Department have been used to keep a particular political party in power. That is exactly what the Gestapo did for Germany’s Nazi Party and what the KGB did for the Soviet Union’s Communist Party. If anyone is looking for a comparison to Nazism, there it is.”

    https://www.capecodtimes.com/opinion/20190612/true-nazi-comparison-implicates-democrats

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    • RobInPA says:

      DiO. It is interesting that this ‘opinion’ piece is written by someone with the last name of “Barr”.

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    • Mr e man says:

      History repeats.

      And one reason why is that people study history and they see what works or doesn’t work and why. Despots and do-gooders always assume they can do it better.

      Right and wrong always falls on the side of right in the end. Good always defeats evil. Truth always defeats lies.In the short term though, a lot of damage can be done.

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      • Funny that, truth “always” defeats lies. Lets see, it has been a 50 year wait for the Kennedy assassinations truth to come out, did it and I just missed it?
        “Good always defeats evil”, some of that evil is going to take the return of the King, until then, we get to suffer through it.

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  4. fred5678 says:

    If they ever find Sally’s desk nameplate, it will not say Asst AG.

    It will say Notary Public for the FBI.

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  5. daleaddink says:

    Did I miss something. My recolection is that the recordings show that Flynn never referenced the sanctions. Flynn only reference the ejection of the diplomats.

    but yet Yates multiple times claims Flynn lied about referencing the sanctions which he never did.

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  6. Loralie C says:

    Yates agrees, lying to the FBI strikes at the very heart of the justice system in the context of the Flynn case. But, lying to the FISA court well that’s a different matter. They vigorously sought to hold Flynn “accountable” for what was in essence entrapment, but the players in the FISA mess still hold positions in the DOJ. Does anybody in that town really believe we can’t see the empires has no clothes.

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  7. Loralie C says:

    Yates agrees, lying to the FBI strikes at the very heart of the justice system in the context of the Flynn case. But, lying to the FISA court well that’s a different matter. They vigorously sought to hold Flynn “accountable” for what was in essence entrapment, but the players in the FISA mess still hold positions in the DOJ. Does anybody in that town really believe we can’t see the empires has no clothes.

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  8. JaimeInTexas says:

    To summarize Ms. Yates testimony: “I know nozing, I know NOzing!” [in heavy fake german accent]

    Probably, a better petformance than “senator, I do not recalll, my brain is yello.”

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  9. Junior Samples says:

    In anticipation of Billy Bob’s eternal question, and preemption of same……….”Nope”.

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  10. wolvybat says:

    Sally Hates, and your 58 page memo. Go stick it where the Sun don’t shine you Evil Witch!

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  11. PaulCohen says:

    Thinking about Loretta Lynch who was the Attorney General during the period from 2015 leading up to January 20, 2017 when Trump was inaugurated as POTUS….. how has AG Lynch managed to skate so lightly around all of this scandal garbage??? Was she really so completely out of the loop, or is she being protected???? Her name rarely even comes up… well, with the obvious exceptions of (1) the corrupt “meeting on the tarmac” with Bill Clinton in June 2016, and (2) her pressuring NYPD in October 2016 that she might re-open the Eric Gardner case if they did not fall in line with her wishes. Still, she has not gotten nearly the scrutiny she deserves in all matters related to Spygate, Russiagate, Obamagate, etc. Where was AG Loretta Lynch, what did she know and when did she know it??? What did she say and do with any info???

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    • The Gipper Lives says:

      “Calling All Cars, Calling All Cars: Be on the lookout for Tarmac Tess…”

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    • Right to reply says:

      I noticed that a while ago, I also noticed Jarett was on Faux news. Something, is happening!

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    • Mr e man says:

      Loretta sure has been quiet and under the radar. During most of this, she WAS the Attorney General. She hasn’t been implicated NOR has she been held accountable for leading such a rogue organization that would spy on political opposition, bury investigations of her political allies, and violate the civil rights of many Americans.

      But, as we are finding out, this is a well organized, well funded, and well supported organization. It is not a loosely held group of idealists.

      I still say there is only one person who could organize and coordinate an effort on such a grand scale. Multiple agencies with multiple lines of authority. They couldn’t sustain it without coordination from the top. That means Barack. And as leaders of terrorist organizations know, they must be very careful to protect the leader. People will die to protect the leader.

      The Jan 5th meeting was a disastrous move by Barack. Notes were made. It exposed him. Hence the “by the book” cover story by known serial liar Susan Rice. But that only exposed the meeting more. Yates was there. What did we learn or not learn from her today? She WAS involved.

      On a superficial level, we all know what happened. Our deeper understanding would be “breathtaking” in scope. This wasn’t a few rogue agents.

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    • Linda K. says:

      Lynch is Biden’s VP pick! Ha, Kidding.

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      • PaulCohen says:

        ha ha, though actually, one thing that is striking is that (given their desperation to choose a black female) Loretta Lynch never ever even comes up in the VP discussion…. is that because she is so uninterested (and uninteresting), or do they know she will prove radioactive to the public??? Surely Susan Rice is no better from a “campaigning” perspective and SR’s name is coming up a lot… but no hints about Loretta Lynch. I just find it curious…..

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      • Hadn’t thought of Loretta. I just keep thinking Michelle.

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        • James Groome says:

          Unless the controlled media can make [transgenderism] completely accepted and immune from all inquiry and ridicule [Moochelle] [Manchelle] or Michael as [Obama] has referred to him errrr her publicly will not be running.

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    • oldumb says:

      The Asst AG runs the department operations.

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    • dow40kby2024 says:

      I believe Lynch also had something to do with the ol Tony Weiner laptop . Lets talk to some folks about the laptop. I think the ol Weiner laptop might come back into the news again someday. Lynch was involved in that too or am I wrong?

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  12. Here is what Tom Fitton had to say about today’s Yates testimony:

    https://mobile.twitter.com/TomFitton/status/1291109486938161153

    I think he nailed it.

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  13. DaveK says:

    I am feeling so very sorry for Jim Comey… all his friends are not just abandoning him, but tying him to the railroad tracks (a bus is so very unreliable).

    [trying desperately to work up some crocodile tears]

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  14. AussieJo says:

    I live in Australia. Most of the information we get from the media here is definitely not pro-Trump. Those who are supporters can read things like CTH and other sites, thank goodness. We all know these people should have been arrested and jailed years ago but it looks like it ain’t going to happen. Apart from people on sites like this, I’m interested to know just how many people in America get to know all this because, like here, the media are mostly anti Trump. It’s all very well his supporters being on top of things. Everything seems to be being ignored by the Democrats, Republicans, Judiciary, Media, you name it so you have to wonder, how can things possibly turn for the better.

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    • Puzzled says:

      No different here. If it weren’t for CTH and a few others all other media is anti Trump and they still claim Russian collusion. For people who aren’t curious they will only receive propaganda and indoctrination.

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      You might as well live in America.
      The MSM coverage is EXACTLY the same.

      G’day Mate!

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    • rebelinme2 says:

      I take solace in the reports that Fox news is sailing on viewers and all the other MSM stations are tanking. People here aren’t buying the lies of the MSM/DNC/Soros propaganda push.

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  15. randyg1 says:

    This has to end with jail…For many.

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  16. The Gipper Lives says:

    Jus’ sayin…

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  17. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    This is why Sally Yates testimony made NO SENSE in a nutshell:

    Why would COMEY bring up The LOGAN ACT
    (in the waiting room outside the Oval)
    if the reason for the Jan 24 FLYNN INTERVIEW was
    a COUNTERINTELLIGENCE investigation that was STILL open
    despite the Crossfire Razor team recommending and documenting shutting it down on Jan 4?

    Comey would have simply said we have a CI investigation and never even mentioned a criminal offense.

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    • republicanvet91 says:

      Their story is changing to protect Obama. They are claiming Obama wanted to know why the Russians didn’t react when he pulled his little tantrum with them, and wanted to know if Flynn had a hand in getting them to ignore Obama’s tantrum. Supposedly they believed Flynn may have violated the Logan Act when getting the Russians to behave.

      The Logan Act was BS as you point out, because they had already been long spying on him.

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  18. Kathy LeHew Sammons says:

    Are we ever going to get out of this mess?

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    • Zorro says:

      Well, electing Sleepy 😴 Joe will bring peace and unity. CNN and MSDNC will proclaim it so. They will bring on virtue signaling, righteous guests. You know them as the coup co-conspirators. They will test your sanity because you thought something nefarious was going on when all along it was the Orange Man disrupting normal scandal free Dparty governance.

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  19. hokkoda says:

    One of many questions I left today with: how can you say the FBI went rogue when we have meeting notes placing you IN the meetings where the interviews of Flynn were the topic? And, if the FBI was rogue re: Flynn, why were you not informing WHC McGahn that the FBI had gone rogue instead of telling him scary stories about the FBI’s interviews with Flynn?

    Yates calling the FBI “rogue” is just spitting in our faces while telling us it’s raining.

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    • Drogers says:

      Or …

      Comey – Don’t you ever backdoor me again.

      *or maybe that’s just the real world where people are held accountable

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    • valuethetruth says:

      The clip I saw showed that Yates did not come up the word, “rogue”. Miss Lindsey brought it up, and she agreed. He was trying to help her out. She must have dirt on Graham.

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      • hokkoda says:

        This is playing out like the IRS scandal when the Government worked overtime to contain it to “rogue” employees in Cincinnati. Until it became clear the IRS targeting was being run out of the IRS HQ. Then the whole thing evaporated once the ties to Obama emerged…

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  20. mr.piddles says:

    “I will have more on this later…. busy, busy.”

    I know it’s been said countless times… but thanks again for everything you do to keep us informed, and what you’re fighting for now. Very important to us all.

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  21. YodaTheDeplorable says:

    Folks – Believe it or not, this is my first comment posted on any site, ever. I had to comment here, I couldn’t let it go without commenting. When 0Blama expelled Russian diplomats in late 2016 (during the transition), I said to myself, what are they trying to do, start a hot war with Russia and saddle Trump with the effects of that? I had this mental image of the previous administration dweebs sitting back in their offices snickering, saying to each other, how’s Trump going to get out of this little trap we laid for him? At the time, like the dweebs, I couldn’t understand why there was no escalation and no retaliation, but unlike the dweebs, I was relieved. Then we all learned the reason why there was no escalation and no retaliation. Instead of trying to put Michael Flynn in prison, my preference would be for President Trump to present him with the Presidential Medal Of Honor. In taking the action he did, he likely saved us from getting involved in a hot war. Thank you, Mr. Flynn, you are a true American Patriot.

    Yoda The Deplorable

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    • Amy2 says:

      Nice post for your first time Yoda! I wonder how much Putin liked Obama’s “flexibility” when that happened! (For the first time ever I can’t seem to like posts, so consider this response a like!

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    • hokkoda says:

      Welcome! Isn’t it hilarious that Gen Mike Flynn diffused Obama’s grand plan in a short 5-min phone call with the Russian Ambassador?

      Obama and the rest of them think they’re these geniuses, but were defeated by a guy on vacation in the Bahamas on his cell phone.

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    • botchedcasuality says:

      Agreed Yoda, excellent point.
      Sorry Stella if I just gave you work.
      I needed to upvote and support Yoda, as if Tourette’s had driven me to it.

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    • botchedcasuality says:

      Agreed Yoda, excellent point.
      Sorry Stella if I just gave you work.
      I needed to upvote and support Yoda, as if Tourette’s had driven me to it.

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    • Elle says:

      Yoda, very interesting. If so, it might be that Obama intended for it to ALSO be a parting FU to Putin because Putin displeased Obama. A petty gesture of payback to Putin that created a huge mess for Trump. What was there not to like in Obama’s mind? Given that Obama’s sympathies lean toward the Muslim Brotherhood and Iran, poking Putin in the eye on the way out the door makes perfect sense. Then as Hokkoda notes, Flynn swats it away the grand plan like a fly in a 5 min phone call from the beach.

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  22. When they hang her for sedition, they won’t be able to stretch that neck much further.

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  23. Courtney says:

    IMO:
    Peter Strzok testified there was a “Consent Agreement” between the DOJ and Hillary Attorneys.

    Consent agreement instructed the FBI what they could and couldn’t do in the Hillary email investigation.

    Allegedly giving orders to the FBI not to follow normal investigative/prosecutorial policies and procedures.

    Easy to Prove by comparing how the FBI work paper lead sheets should have been constructed to what they actual are (1) Immunity deals with no consideration (2) Destruction of computers (3) taking away the investigation from field agents to the 7th floor of the FBI. Etc.

    This is the back door to motive into the fisa etc….COVER-UP.

    Loretta Lynch was Attorney General in charge of both the DOJ/FBI.

    The triangular Consent agreement between the DOJ and Hillary Attorneys that included the FBI, by command; set the stages, for everything that happened in the FBI to obstruct justice.

    The Consent Agreement is probably being used by Durham, to allegedly prove the DOJ is directly responsible as the FBI.

    The FBI had a duty to refuse the orders of the Consent Agreement for obvious reasons.

    They are all going to be held responsible.

    President Trump is 100% responsible for justice and will implement justice even if Barr betrays his oath of office.

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    • evergreen says:

      How would that play out? Barr sidesteps while talking big, so Trump orders a US attorney to prosecute Person X? US atty rejects, gets fired, next….and so on until dozens of career prosecutors are unemployed? How does that work?

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      • Courtney says:

        President Trump is not allowed to tell the Attorney General to prosecute. The President is allowed to tell the Attorney General to follow normal investigative/prosecutorial policies and procedures and prosecute no matter where the evidence leads. And also because the President and the American people has seen enough evidence that passes the tests to indict, and the mountains of evidence of paper/digital trials of evidence and conflicting statements goes way beyond a reasonable doubt.

        For the last several years President Trump had many paths to justice (Judicial Watch) and others legal experts and a “Few” posters wrote since November 2016, about the President’s powers etc. in which PT is 100% aware of… President Trump could have even chosen a special counsel etc. President Trump could have released all the documents. Etc.

        President Trump also had/has the power to Micro-Manage the FBI and DOJ, especially since the U.S. is at risk in which PT stated he might have to do. In fact since the Constitution and the American people are at risk; the Constitution and the American people who elected the President to manage all of the DOJ/FBI demands this. This is President Trump’s duty.

        Again, President Trump is 100% responsible for justice.

        President Trump will implement justice with or without Barr.

        Did anyone expect Sally to just confess to felonies today and state she is guilty…

        As a result of the Mueller investigation and impeachment; PT reversed their attacks on them (as always), by creating conflicting statements and additional mountains of evidence.

        PT has set perfect universes for easy prosecutions.

        All of the above has been repeatedly stated by “just few posters” since November 2016…

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        • Courtney says:

          And, the President really has a duty to know and inquire what Barr and Durham is doing, especially since the U.S.is at risk…and of course Barr could still betray PT. Than PT will have to act immediately before the election stating his knew path to justice.

          Anything less would be a dereliction of President Trump duty.

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          • evergreen says:

            How does Trump micromanage the DOJ and FBI if he cannot order a prosecutor to deploy the qualifying evidence in the form of indictments of the parties to a seditious act?

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            • evergreen says:

              Seems to me that, unless it is written in the federal code or the constitution, the president can deploy a federal attorney under his authority to prosecute another party before a federal judge. After all, the “day in court” is a foundational feature of the USA. If the evidence exists, why would only the president of the US not have the authority that county and state officials have to bring cases against defendants?

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              • Courtney says:

                MY REPLY: as stated with my explanations above, the President can’t order a prosecution without applying normal investigative/prosecutorial policies and procedure. The President has the right when Micro-Managing the DOJ/FBI to hire legal experts in applying the criminal codes to the evidence.

                One of several hundred examples; The President has the right to request 100’s of investigations regarding the holding back of evidence (coup/Flynn), as seen repeatedly for years because of over-classifying evidence as highly classified, only to find much later, after years of trying to destroy the country and Flynn, that there was no reason to over-classify. Also over-redactions of documents to hide evidence that directly proved the coup and Flynn’s innocents. Etc. Etc.

                Consolidated, there are hundreds of years of imprisonment for either obstruction of justice, perjury or/and aiding and abetting that can create witnesses for the prosecutions. If done correctly, most defendants will be drained financially and physically will plea. 90% WILL PLEA.

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              • dannofiveo says:

                Adversarial prosecutions are under the Judicial Branch. The separation of power doctrine. It would be quite political for the Executive to also prosecute without the prosecutors actually coming under and answering to the Judicial. Remember, all prosecutors, as attorneys, answer to their states’ supreme courts.

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            • Courtney says:

              YOU PREVIOUSLY ASKED: Barr sidesteps while talking big, so Trump orders a US attorney to prosecute Person X

              MY REPLY: President Trump is not allowed to tell the Attorney General to prosecute.
              NOTE: The key words have always been: The President is allowed to tell the Attorney General to follow normal investigative/prosecutorial policies and procedures and prosecute no matter where the evidence leads.

              NOW YOU ASKED A DIFFERENT QUESTION: How does Trump micromanage the DOJ and FBI if he cannot order a prosecutor to deploy the qualifying evidence in the form of indictments of the parties to a seditious act?

              MY REPLY: again the President can order the AG to follow normal investigative/prosecutorial policies and procedures and prosecute no matter where the evidence leads. This includes order a prosecutor to deploy the qualifying evidence in the form of indictments of the parties to a seditious act. THIS ALSO INCLUDES thousands of Manager Functions as if you were responsible for a Major Corporation on-going concern.

              This is one of many powerful methods of getting to indictments: to follow normal investigative/prosecutorial policies and procedures and prosecute no matter where the evidence leads

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              • Courtney says:

                Note: an Attorney General IMO should have many years-experience, with using the criminal codes because the DOJ is a deep swamp of attorneys that will run circles around and AG without this knowledge for obvious reasons.

                If President Trump does have to Micro-Manage the DOJ/FBI he will be 100% involved with attorneys and will see the evidence match the criminal codes.

                If this happen; Barr and Durham would potentially have legal exposure, if they didn’t follow Normal in
                Investigative/prosecutorial policies and procedures…which is easily proven.

                Barr would not be too smart to come out of retirement and to risk is entire life for destroying the Constitution and American…you never know.

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          • dannofiveo says:

            If Barr waits until October, to indict at least thirty players, or later (but before election), you can bet the Democrats will have the worst October Surprise for us in US history!!

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  24. Payday says:

    Goober was absolutely giddy on Hannity just now. Confident his narrative spin worked and the road ends with Comey and the FBI. Unfortunately…Maybe he’s right. He’s a snake.

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    • Puzzled says:

      Maybe Comey will take some people down with him. But I think he’s too well protected, he’s not worried.

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    • Old Dawg says:

      Yeah, he’s hoping that IF he shows Comey was corrupt (DUH) that he’ll be able to skate out of the net he’s already in due to his buddy McCain. Ole Goober is betting on the 5th law of thermodynamics, i.e., if the heat’s on someone else it ain’t on me. Goober is too dumb to know that you can’t shovel crap without getting it on you!

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    • Zydeco says:

      Ms. Lindsey gave Yates grahamnesty, He’s looking for a new best friend since Songbird flew out of town.

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  25. Drogers says:

    Sundance had mentioned he was busier than all get out so there might not be another posting.

    Still, I’d bought him a beer to read his thoughts on today’s goings on.

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  26. marysmithkbi says:

    I was surprised at the GOP questioning. They were not very educated on the role Sally Yates played in spygate!!!!!🙁

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    • hokkoda says:

      They don’t seem to know much at all. How does Yates get away with saying the FBI went rogue when she was not only in the planning meetings, she was also the one who briefed the WHC McGahn on what the FBI determined? She didn’t tell McGahn the FBI was rogue because she was in on the plan to dupe Flynn, McGahn, Pence and Trump!

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  27. Jason says:

    Someone please explain who Ken Dilanian is and how he seems to have an inside track on the Durham investigation. Thank you.

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  28. Zydeco says:

    Yep, Rod “The Wire” Redactenstein and Sally Quisling Yates have taught us that it matters little to sign a FISA warrant. The FISC is a rubber stamp. Therefore, I propose an improved process flow where Democommie operatives just get to spy, without predicates, as long as it is documented afterwards by Susan Rice “by the book” type email.

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  29. JamesD says:

    Sundance we need you to drop the hammer. This is a “clean up the mess” routine, mistakes were made, lessons learned. In sworn testimony Yates testified that she saw zero evidence that Russia hacked anything. And yet here she is today saying they did (and in her mind, she’s thinking based on press reports). Why was she asked that question again, but in front of the TV audience? “Ms. Yates, did you see any evidence that Russia did any hacking?”. How about asking her about a ton of info withheld from Flynn? Was she asked was the FISA VERIFIED, which is her responsibility. “Ms. Yates, wasn’t it your responsibility to make sure the information was verified? Does not you signature tell the court you looked into that?”
    They are trying to make this go away.

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  30. convert says:

    Here ya go— again, this commercial is great— gets the msg out in an easily understandable way! Now, if they would run it on tv day and night and on the interwebs, people might finally start to wake up!

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    • Blind no Longer says:

      That is a fantastic ad!!!
      I went back and watched Sidney Powell’s interview with Liz yesterday. Thought to myself, now here you have the attorney for General Flynn being asked what questions she would ask Sally Yates at the hearing…and to my knowledge, maybe one of those questions was asked by the GOP…..dimwits or lazy or just don’t give a shit?
      There it was, handed to them on a silver platter.

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  31. TwoLaine says:

    What was that phrase Dan Akroyd used to say to Jane Curtain? Yeah, that’s about what I want to say to Sally.

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  32. sunnyflower5 says:

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  33. Troublemaker10 says:

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  34. rialtalove says:

    “Lindsey ima gonna” didda nada.

    And letting her spin tales about General Flynn unchallenged disgusted me.

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  35. Troublemaker10 says:

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  36. Stephanie says:

    Love, love, love Sidney Powell! She is a powerhouse! She sure gives me hope and I admire her steady demeanor when having to deal with such corruption and outrageousness. I don’t know how she does it, I would feel like having a cussing fit! Lol I admire her so much, what a role model she is. Love her!

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  37. RAM says:

    Yates and the others will try to lie their way out of trouble, For our entertainment, the Senate committee should bring them all in under oath, to testify consecutively, day and night. Then create a spreadsheet to compare the sets of lies. Usually, conspirators agree on one story, but here each has a different personal interest. Yates should arm-wrestle Comey. She might win.

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    • dannofiveo says:

      And they better do it soon, if they’re going to do it at all. Lindsey Graham needs to stop playing by putting his election concerns ahead of frying these crooked players like Yates & Comey!!!

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  38. USA Citizen says:

    Twitter and Facebook both Democrat companies are deleting President Trump’s messages about children not very susceptible to getting this COVID-19 virus because of their great immune system. This happens to be the truth according to all the Doctors. Democrats can say anything they want on Twitter and Facebook and they are NEVER cancelled. This is a huge Double Standard problem in the U.S. Vote for President Trump on November 3, 2020 and keep our country safe, free and working.

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