Senator Hawley Comes Closest….

In the questioning of former DAG Sally Yates, only Senator Josh Hawley came close to identifying the edges of the issues with Yates responses. What we see from the overall questioning is what I shared with y’all last week.


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. (more)

The issue(s) surround the aggregate investigation of candidate, president-elect and President Donald Trump.  Those who participated in the soft-coup and ongoing impeachment effort would like nothing more than to discuss all of the DOJ and FBI actions they took when faced with the possibility that Vladimir Putin had installed a Russian asset in the White House.

All of the outrage about lying to the president-elect; hiding information from the president-elect/President; planting spies in the White House; placing bugs and seeking wiretaps and surveillance on the administration etc.  All of what is known, and buckets more action that is unknown – all of which will stir up jaw-dropping outrage, is exactly the narrative that benefits the DOJ/FBI and intelligence group.

The group would love to stir up the outrage into a frothing boil of shock and awe only so they can openly admit everything, and say: “yeah, so what?”  “What we faced was unprecedented; remember, the Russians attempted to influence the election; there was evidence Trump was participating…. What else were we supposed to do?”  Etc.

(FBI Declarations about Comey Memos)

The FBI, DOJ, ODNI, CIA and intelligence officials were intentionally not being direct and honest with President Trump and key members of his new administration. Obviously their lack of honesty was a serious issue, and in some cases had serious ramifications.  They were trapping President Trump inside the corrupt apparatus that they controlled.

The Mueller special counsel was the insurance policy.

The expressed finding by Robert Mueller’s two-year probe of ‘no Trump-Russia collusion, no Trump-Russia conspiracy, and no Trump-Russia obstruction’ has led to some hindsight reviews where anger surfaces about the now visible deception. However, there is a trap laid here and the resistance are hoping outraged voices will walk straight into it.

At 12:15pm on January 20th, 2017, Obama’s outgoing National Security Advisor Susan Rice wrote a memo-to-self. Many people have called this her “CYA” (cover your ass) memo, from the position that Susan Rice was protecting herself from consequences if the scheme against President Trump was discovered. Here’s the email:

This is a justification memo, written by an outgoing National Security Advisor Susan Rice to document why there have been multiple false and misleading statements given to the incoming President Trump and all of his officials.

This is not a “CYA” memo, this is a justification memo for use AFTER the Trump-Russia collusion/conspiracy narrative collapsed; if the impeachment effort failed.

The “By The Book” aspect refers to President Obama and Susan Rice being told by CIA Director John Brennan, FBI Director James Comey, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, and Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, that President Trump was the subject of an active counterintelligence investigation to determine if he was under the influence of the Russian government.

Even the timing of the memo, written 15 minutes prior to the end of the Obama administration, is ex-post-facto useful as evidence of the author’s intent.

Put aside the nonsense aspect to the origination of the investigation for a moment; that part doesn’t apply here…. Accept their position ‘as if’ it is substantive.

We are talking about Brennan, Comey, Clapper and Yates telling President Obama and NSA Susan Rice that President-elect Trump is under a counterintelligence investigation where the suspicion is that Donald J Trump is an agent of a foreign power.

Under that auspices (fraudulent though it may be) the incoming President is a counterintelligence investigation target. A potentially compromised Russian asset. Under this auspices all of the officials would be permitted to lie and mislead their target, so long as they did so “By The Book.”

That’s their justification for a lengthy series of lies and false statements.

That’s why FBI Director James Comey can lie to the President and tell him he’s not the target of the ongoing Russia investigation. That’s the justification for keeping the accusations inside the Steele Dossier (remember, the Dossier is evidence) from the President-elect. That’s the justification for all of the officials to lie to President Trump, and even mislead the media if needed.

The Susan Rice email is one big Justification Letter; setting the stage for all of the participants to have a plausible reason for lies to anyone and everyone.

Call out John Brennan for telling Harry Reid about the Steele Dossier during his gang-of-eight briefing, but not telling Go8 member Devin Nunes about it. Brennan escapes by saying Nunes was on the Trump transition team; and briefing a conflicted politician on the dossier would have compromised the FBI investigation. See how that works?

Call out James Comey for lying to President-elect Trump during the January 6th Trump Tower meeting…. Comey escapes by saying Trump was a target of the FBI investigation for potential compromise as a Russian asset; informing the target of the evidence against him would have compromised the investigation. See how that works?

Every lie, every omission, every false and/or misleading statement, must first be filtered through the “By The Book” prism of Trump being considered a Russian asset. This is the justification trap democrats are waiting to exploit for maximum damage and diminishment of counter attack.

The “By the Book” justification, where every action could have been taken because Trump might have been an actual Russian operative, is the weapon under the camouflage tarp as the radical left lures-in their political opposition. They shrug their shoulders and say in condescending voice: ‘well, we didn’t know; we had to be prudent‘, etc.

The ‘By-the-Book’ framework is based on a false-premise; but the action, just about any action, taken to mislead (even undermine) the incoming administration is excusable under this carefully crafted justification memo. That’s exactly why Susan Rice wrote it; and each of the participating members knows they can use it, when needed.

The way to get around the legal and political defense inside this justification memo is to ignore the activity of those protected by it and go directly to the origin of how they created that false premise in the first place.

In short, avoid the “justification trap” by ignoring the downstream activity (stemming as a result of the fraudulent origin), and focus on revealing the origin of the fraud.

The special counsel team authorized and released the Lisa Page and Peter Strzok text messages to the public in December 2017.  It was a very smart Mueller team using a laser pointer to get their political opposition chasing remote controlled rabbits.  The special counsel team controlled the remote.

The special counsel team took control over and then filtered the FBI investigative file of FBI Washington Field Office Supervisory Special Agent, Brian Dugan.  The special counsel removed the evidence that James Wolfe leaked the FISA application on March 17th, 2017.

The special counsel team released the Adam Waldman text message capture to the SSCI as a head’s up after likely informing SSCI Vice-Chairman Mark Warner it was coming.  On February 9, 2018, Warner had his pre-scripted defense in place.  It appears Warner gave the Go8 the text documents knowing it would be leaked to media.  Smart maneuver.

The special counsel team informed the FISA court on July 12, 2018, the predicate for the Carter Page FISA application was still valid.  They lied.   They did this because they planned to release another segment of SSA Dugan’s file to the public to water down the issue.  Nine days after telling the FISC the application was valid, on July 21, 2018, the special counsel used the guise of a FOIA release to put the Dugan FISA equity into the public consciousness.  What we know as the Carter Page FISA application was/is actually SSA Dugan’s work product.  Again, this was from his investigative file.

The special counsel released Dugan’s work product (FBI equity), while simultaneously redacting the dates on the copy they released.  It was the special counsel who redacted the dates.  They had to do this because Dugan’s FISA copy had incorrect dates as seeded to capture the leak by SSCI Security Director James Wolfe.

Every public release of information from May 2017 through April 11, 2019, came from the special counsel.  Neither Main Justice (AG Sessions) nor the FBI (Wray) released anything.  The special counsel were releasing information in a controlled method and withholding other documents detrimental to their purpose of framing President Trump.

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267 Responses to Senator Hawley Comes Closest….

  1. 918pigpen says:

    Maybe he does get the emails I send him!

    Liked by 2 people

    • bertdilbert says:

      Have they found the original missing Flynn 302’s yet??

      IMO there needs to be more focus on the original crime itself of the unauthorized spying. All the energy is being directed at the coverup operation.

      Where is the hearing on the illegal spying itself? If you focus on the original, it will show the need for the coverup operation.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Bill Durham says:

        Interesting fact.
        Brennan clapper McCabe page Weissman Baker all. Got tv gigs. Comey is getting a miniseries. Rod and Yates became partners at lawfare connected firms. Strokz is on the outside. He did get a book deal but he is not sitting at the cool kids lunch table. So lets spitball. The swamp is gonna blame the FBI and strokz is their fall guy. Bondo Barr protects the doj wray protects the FBI. Strokz is the rogue investigator who misled his bosses. Clinesmith is the rogue attorney who misled his bosses my forging the fisa. Am i right????

        Liked by 5 people

        • bertdilbert says:

          And the others who got jobs at Boeing..

          Liked by 4 people

        • Fubu says:

          Comey is no one’s Homey. He takes the fall because he was the most flamboyant and arrogant one of the bunch and the most hated. He thought he was the smartest guy in the room with his contemporaneous CYA notes and he pissed off the most people in power. He cost Hillary the election (according to her anyway) and he lied to Trump.


          • regitiger says:

            the last sentence….that^^^

            food for thought..

            you can pull off a coup…you can conspire to frame up a LTGEN combat military officer of exemplary record for 4 straight long years…end over end.

            you can sabotage a case against the same defendant with a crooked judge who is literally defying supreme court findings and also a dc court panel that has instructed him to summarily dispose of this phoney case.

            you can use the entire secret police spy power apparatus and all of its personnel to enrich yourself up to and including the conjuring up a manufactured threat of near war with russia a super power

            you can do all of these things…and no body cares

            but you turn the lights on hilary clinton and it’s game over man!

            think about that.

            don’t overthink it.


        • James Carpenter aka "Felix" says:

          Well yes.
          But the Reichstag was torched by a Communist nutcase, nein? Poor Germans, such victims of a pre-Alinsky gambit. And now it’s out turn.


  2. Ackman419 says:

    Gestapo tactics
    Nothing less than false accusations as justification
    How many times in the history of world politics has this been pulled?

    Liked by 3 people

  3. tdmd0516 says:

    Are they looking for the why, the origin? If Bash goes back far enough?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Bill Durham says:

      If they were invoking the mamet principle it would indicate that the uniparty wants a cover up. Sundance visits indicate something far worse. They dont give a dam and dont want to know what happened. They are all fat happy and content that it happened to Trump and not themselves. They dont care.


    • ms doodlebug says:

      If Bash goes back far enough he may find the ‘book’ they were going by was Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals.


  4. Kay Emig says:

    Political pond scum.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. wxobserver says:

    Honest question here, to see if I understand this. Were Smuck Smirk Strozk and Page used as sacrificial lambs in order to draw attention away from what was really going on? Is that why the texts were released?

    Liked by 5 people

    • Right to reply says:


      Liked by 1 person

    • billrla says:

      wxobserver: That’s not how I see it. To be a sacrificial lamb, one must be sacrificed. What have they sacrificed? They are nominees for best supporting actor awards. They are in. They are part of the cool crowd. They are celebrities.

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    • Genie says:

      They were going to be exposed anyway and had already been relieved from the Mueller-Weissmann team. It was worth throwing them under the bus in hopes their e-mails would cause PDJT to blow up and do something obstructive.

      It is a travesty that their e-mails are still so heavily redacted during critical time periods like October-November 2016 and March-June 2017.

      Liked by 4 people

    • vikingmom says:

      So, have we ever gotten confirmation as to WHO it is in the DOJ/FBI that keeps surreptitiously releasing bits and pieces of info? Is there actually a White Hat or is it all laser pointers intended to distract everyone from the story underneath the story?


    • Sonia says:

      That’s what Sundance is arguing. Given that Strzok was near the top of the FBI/CIA food chain, who would have made the difficult decision to burn him?

      The cover story:

      A court filing in the lawsuit brought against the Department of Justice by Strzok — which claims the DOJ violated the Privacy Act by releasing the text messages — reveals that Rosenstein decided to release the messages because of the likelihood that the messages would be made public by members of Congress.


  6. Bud White says:

    So nothing will happen.


  7. Beauregard says:

    Thank you, Sundance.

    Wherever your travels take you, I pray for your safety and that each conversation is tremendously effective.

    With less than 9 days to go until your 15th BIg Ugly deadline, we all wait in eager anticipation to see what you do and what you will ask us to do (and how).

    God bless this man! He fights!

    Liked by 4 people

  8. noquarterfortraitors says:

    Awesome stuff sundance!!
    God bless you and your team to keep this good work going!! Let sunlight in where ever possible and let us begin the long road of Recovery as we dismantle and rebuild our representative government with well vetted Patriots in every aspect of government, down to the local Ombudsman.
    If they cannot prove they are a patriot, they cannot even be considered.
    Thank you for all you are doing, be safe and rest well in the Fathers care!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  9. noquarterfortraitors says:

    Why do my comments NEVER appear after I post them????


    • Ninja7 says:

      Almost as soon as Sundance, announced the trip to DC, a lot of strangeness has happened. WordPress is acting weirder than usual.

      Ad Rem etal, are doing their best in correcting the issues. 🤔🤔

      Usually what works for me;
      Refresh the browser window
      Clear out the browser history and cookies
      Restart your device
      Power down your device and wait about 2 to 3 minutes before powering back up.

      Usually the first one works, one or two tries.
      Seldom do I have to do a Cold Power Up.

      But I have a tablet, Android OS, with OTA WI-FI, Your Mileage May Vary 🤔🤗

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  10. Right to reply says:

    Give us the ammo Sundance. We’re all ready to fire!


  11. albertus magnus says:

    I dont understand the optimism some have that anything is going to be done about any of this. It seems to me that the fact that NO ONE has a clue means there is no background chatter going on that would indicate indictments, meaningful investigations, subpoenas, etc.

    Seems to indicate just the opposite. Could someone spell it out for me? Sorry to be so clueless.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Linus in W.PA. says:

      I’m right there with you!!


    • gary says:

      sundance DID spell it out for you. the people who could matter are so wrapped in getting their cut of taxpayer muffin they don’t pay attention to anything else. it all went right past them. appears sundance thinks they will care when he hits them on the head the middle of the month. it may not come to that. durham is hauling brennen in for a talk.

      Liked by 4 people

    • gary says:

      keep your hopes up. bash is the u.s. attorney investigating the unmasking and 702 ABOUT queries back into 2015. thats a whole other ball of wax. bash, the boy with the pitchfork, in a pile of manure, digging thru it looking for the pony.

      Liked by 2 people

    • butch cassidy says:

      Because Trump will never let this fade away. It’s not worth repeating what was done to him, his family and friends. I guess you haven’t been paying attention to how Trump handles his enemies.

      Liked by 1 person

  12. Gaius Gracchus says:

    This is a case where the crime is far bigger than the coverup. These crooks have gotten away with so much that they need the diversion of the coverup.

    I still find it difficult to believe that these folks are all clueless, but, having know several senators personally and many government officials, I am not surprised. Most all of them are so deep in the swamp that they can’t see. However, there are enough corrupt people that see clearly and just lie, while pretending to know nothing.

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  13. Beau Geste says:

    Can mewler’s crooked crew release classified info without the approval of ODNI? Or DOJ approval in some ‘official’ procedure?
    Just on their own whim?


  14. Linus in W.PA. says:

    I hope this article means that those necessary to bringing Hell to breakfast on these treasonous bastagees knows how to get around this ‘justification.’

    But, I have to pause considering how SD talks about how clueless many are in the DOJ….

    Liked by 1 person

    • gary says:

      sundance also said they were stunned. clueless hopefully doesn’t extend to care less.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Ninja7 says:

        They were probably stunned that deplorables were able to have (deconstructed) this information. Having a GREAT Analyst in Sundance, making it plain upon the tables, that the deplorables running to DC with pitchforks, tar and feathers will easily understand. If Justice is not done.
        Remember Treepers, prayers for Sundance etal, President Donald J Trump etal, and the USA.


  15. Puzzled says:

    She’s using the same ‘defense’ as RR. I just sign approval because the FBI says I should. The FISA applications might as well be signed by anyone. There is no review or questioning. Of course Yates and RR both are lying but that’s their story and they are sticking to it.

    Liked by 5 people

  16. biggunsmatter says:

    When are these 3 documents coming from SD out re ObamaGate? Wasn’t it supposed to happen a couple of weeks ago?


  17. waveanalyst says:

    And so the special counsel team kept the public busy chasing invisible rabbits, buying time as they kept the media busy chasing Trump and weakening his power by false accusations, all in order to protect Brennan’s, Obama, and the theft of information owned by the NSA on Republicans, political enemies, presidential candidates that had been going on since Obama took office. Obama is The Big Ugly, and Brennan is Obama’s henchman.

    Liked by 7 people

  18. waveanalyst says:

    And so the special counsel team kept the public busy chasing invisible rabbits, buying time as they kept the media busy chasing Trump and weakening his power by false accusations, all in order to protect Brennan’s, Obama, and the theft of information owned by the NSA on Republicans, political enemies, presidential candidates that had been going on since Obama took office. Obama is The Big Ugly, and Brennan is Obama’s henchman.

    Liked by 1 person

  19. QCM says:


    One issue, the President is sworn in at Noon on January 20.

    The email is time stamped 12:15 pm.

    The email was sent 15 minutes AFTER PDJT was sworn in, NOT 15 minutes before.


    • Kroesus says:

      If we are getting technical here, the Inauguration Ceremony is directed to begin at noon. Possibly with DC’s delays and pomp and circumstance, the actual swearing-in time was 12:30 PM.


      • BareKnuckledConservative says:

        I’m pretty sure the new President is official at noon, regardless of exactly when the swearing in happens. I recall that LBJ became president immediately at the death of JFK, even though it took a while to organize the swearing in on the plane.

        Liked by 1 person

    • Genie says:

      Rice’s attorney responds to Senator Grassley:
      “Ambassador Rice memorialized the discussion in an email sent to herself during the morning of January 20, 2017. The time stamp reflected on the email is not accurate, as Ambassador Rice departed the White House shortly before noon on January 20.”

      Just like Senator Charles F. Meachum (played by Ned Beatty) in the movie “Shooter”: “The truth is what I say it is.”

      Liked by 1 person

  20. prtomr says:

    I want to spit…Feinstein, defending a steaming pile of s…!

    Liked by 3 people

  21. kleen says:

    Roscoe B Davis

    When should people start asking Biden, “if you were to win, would you allow Durham to complete his investigation?” If not, according the the democrats logic that’s obstruction of justice & an impeachable offense.

    Liked by 5 people

    • swaggy76 says:

      Great idea! However, with Biden hidin’ in his basement only answering pre-scriped questions on Zoom and speaking with friendly media, its not likely to happen.

      Trump should find a line of attack like this for the debates tho. (Assuming there are debates…)

      Liked by 1 person

  22. BuckNutGuy says:

    So, the Muller investigation was never about “getting Trump.” They knew by then he was absolutely not a Russian asset (of course we can argue about why they ever should have thought it in the first place). Maybe they could trap into some process crime or obstruction.

    The “Insurance Policy” wasn’t to protect the country from President Trump, it was to cover-up for their actions. Mueller was the CYA, with Rice being the justification.

    If that’s the trap, then whats the play?

    Liked by 1 person

    • BuckNutGuy says:

      “their actions” being the use of the NSA database for spying on campaigns, corporate espionage, insider trading, political and personal leverage, and so on…

      This is what needs exposed. This is where it gets “delicate” because they claim we need these tool to protect the citizens from foreign and domestic terrorists…

      Liked by 3 people

    • Ninja7 says:

      It was always to goad PDJT into doing something to trigger an Obstruction of Justice charge. Also, the swamp critters are all dirty. So in their mind when digging deeper into PDJT, his family, associates, there HAS to be something to exploit. Everyone has some skeletons buried somewhere. 🤔🤔


  23. randyg1 says:

    This will go nowhere with that many so clueless…I hope you are right SD!


  24. rmramerica says:

    Welcome to the party Sundance. I said this in 2017, the CYO memo was their defense. if caught, they will portray themselves as patriots trying to protect the country against a “Manchurian Candidate” of the Kremlin.

    Liked by 1 person

  25. Jims says:

    Thank god you are there Sundance. I suggest you tsk at a shower every chance you get to cleanse the filth that radiates off the deep state. The words you write are making my head spin. If this wholesale sedition is successful I feel there will be little hope of restoring our great country. You have my unwavering support and gratitude as I pray for justice. Be careful and safe.


  26. Doppler says:

    Excellent post, Sundance. Know thine enemy.
    By inquiring into the predicate of Crossfire Hurricane, the underlying cadre and playbook of the DS effort to work with the HRC campaign and DNC to prevent PDJT from entering in or exercising power within the White House come into play. The small cadre that controlled everything and had sight into everything. The small cadre whose planning, efforts, and means of controlling all the little people with bureaucratic blinders on, when brought into clear view, may be “breathtaking.”

    Liked by 3 people

  27. Are we supposed to believe the audio for Yates’s answers is honestly, inadvertently “scrambled”, so that it has a confusing echo and “underwater” sound? Because I don’t believe it, and I don’t excuse it. It’s another, “well, we’re just a banana republic, with incompetent sound people; we’re not trying turn people off so they won’t listen to her answers…cross our little pea-pickin’ hearts.”

    Maybe they should make her Biden’s VP pick, neither one would be able to communicate like normal people are expected to do.

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  28. kleen says:

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  29. shotgun28 says:

    SOMEBODY knows who/where the OG order began! And, from my readings the originator thinks he/she/they are hidden well.
    Getting my lighter fluid stocked up….!!!


  30. Sugarhillhardrock says:

    Outstanding, SD, and thank you.
    AG Barr has focused his comments on the predicate event and its veracity. We now know it was known long ago that the Dossier was garbage by those who put it before the court. That should get lawyers disbarred and prosecuted. It should also set tongues to wagging….Bigly.

    Liked by 1 person

  31. debrareed6 says:

    Nothing will happen. It’s business as usual with the swamp. These treasonous criminals are laughing all the way to the bank. And Graham is a joke, with no balls.


  32. Junior Samples says:

    “They are more concerned with who is getting the bigger muffin from the taxpayer provided snack bar.”

    For some reason this remark just slays me today. You ever have one of those days? Today is mine. It will be fine, I know, but today……………

    Liked by 1 person

  33. MVW says:

    What is the point of the representing head of DOJ signing the FISA court warrant application if that person does not do what is required to make sure the underlying basis is not valid?

    Clearly, the DOJ and FBI is broke or corrupt, pattern of lies shows corruption.

    Yet, Yates ***Seems*** too thick to grasp this and falls back on ‘din no nuffin, jus sined-dit paper on dat bottom, like I wa tol tooo. Poe ol lill ol mee, Id jus movin the pin. I wasss too trustin with rogue Comey and Ohr. I a victim, Pooo o’l lill ol me’

    I bet if these slimey crooks had to fall on their swords if a mistake was made they would not be signing crooked garbage from ‘rogues.’

    Clean house? No. These ‘din no nuffins’ need to stand in a noose long enough for the trapdoor to drop.

    Liked by 1 person

  34. burnett044 says:

    many folk spend all their time picking fly dung out of the peeper box….
    perhaps it is better to kill the fly..

    Liked by 1 person

  35. JImS says:

    Could 17 be working in concert with 19 ?
    Let’s hope so.

    17 being Q

    19 being S. (SUndance)

    I hope so.


  36. akaPatience says:

    I guess I’m unable to sense the nuance — justification seems the same to me as CYA.


    • Mygreney Hyportnex says:

      my interpretation: C(over)Y(our)A(rse)=is only for Susan Rice, justification=for all the participants in this “activity”


    • treestar1313 says:

      Yes, the justification does lead to CYA. Ya know, we did all that illegal stuff because: Justification.

      Liked by 2 people

    • SteveC says:

      It’s certainly close, here. The Justification email is how they CYA.
      I also don’t see how that justification can hold up when we have documentary evidence that even if the predicate was correct (Trump could be an agent of Russia), it was disproved within days or weeks. So the justification could only be, “hey, when we started this it seemed possible”, which is not even close to the same as what they did.


  37. Rowdyone says:

    To ignore the Special Counsel’s role by falling for the Rosenstein and now Yates pointing fingers at Comey/FBI involvement is to fall for, one more time, the Mueller et al diversionary tactics that have been successful for them so far.

    Liked by 1 person

  38. Janeka says:

    I’m so sick of how these criminal thugs have dirtied and corrupted our government under the guise of “social justice” whatever the hell that means. They knew what they were doing was wrong they committed treason, or at the least engaged in sedition. The damage the party of the jackass have done to this country is beyond measure and unfortunately they will most likely get away with it since criminal behavior is now an approved lifestyle for so many living in this country..
    This country, our constitution, our way of life and our dreams are founded upon and in a Christian morality.. This nation was built on Christian ideas, nothing more and nothing less, and unfortunately you can’t legislate morality.. Justification of deviant and immoral behavior/lifestyles is bringing us close to the abyss

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  39. MVW says:

    I what I wanted to hear at a minimum was Josh Hawley to say to Yates, ‘So, when it counted the most, to protect Americans in a secret court filing, you did not do your job. Correct?’

    Then for JH to say,

    ‘How can Americans trust the DOJ and FBI when a secret court says they can’t trust them? Answer? They can’t.’

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  40. Linda K. says:


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  41. Phflipper says:

    So as I’m reading, rereading and rereading, Comey’s concerns about NSA Flynn having many conversations with the Russian ambassador . . . is Flynn still very much a key to “revealing the origin of the fraud?”

    Liked by 1 person

  42. 😁 says:

    Ahhh CTH exposure is why we now hear from weissman.. makes sense …. 😁

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  43. esponda73 says:

    So what now? Graham Cracker gonna recommend charges for Yates lying under oath, but not know she was lying under oath? HA HA! Again: How can you sign a FISA warrant for a KNOWN FBI informant, undercover Male-1 working for your agency trying to nab Russian spies? Then claim he was Russian spy asset working for them? This needs to be ingrained in the public now! Carter Page was a CIA FBI informant working on behalf of the USA, not a Russian spy as they claimed in order to get warrant to spy on him and Trump campaign and Admin, I mean even after he left campaign in 2016 they continued to spy on him……..and TRUMP in 2017 to gather intel to be used against Trump in the Special Counsel???

    WOW! How is this LEGAL! Nobody including Graham Cracker and dirty stained GRASSley even cares! Our country is doomed, Biden will be elected and this buried, that original Ukraine prosecutor going after Hunter’s gas firm Burisma will disappear, China will prevail and media will state, oh everything is normal, nothing to see. Nunes, Jordan, Meadows, Stefanik, and others will be indicted or something will happen to them, I mean this is scary! GhisLame Maxwell will suddenly die of COVID so the secret black book will disappear and nobody will be prosecuted for any crimes! ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! Somebody, anybody…………Sundance please go after these people, they are sick and twisted! Don’t hold back anymore, Sundance please exposed, exploit and bring them down!

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  44. Mygreney Hyportnex says:

    Could somebody explain to me this paragraph in Susan Rice’s memo:
    “The President asked Comey to inform him if anything changes in the next few weeks that should affect how we share classified information with the incoming team. Comey said he would.”
    The person referred to as “President” is Mr. Obama, but in fact when the memo was written he was “former President”; on what basis would he expect to be kept informed in the next few weeks after January 5? If my memory serves me well “a few” is not a “couple” and there were only 15 days until inauguration. Was Mr. Obama kept informed after 20 January 2017?

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    • WSB says:

      Yes, I also thought that was awkward. However, the short of it is a recount of that January 5th meeting, probably meaning up until the inauguration.

      I stil wonder where the leak of the January 5th meeting came from…

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  45. swaggy76 says:

    I get frustrated and question if “the trap” could really be used to explain ALL this dodgy behavior…. however going for the source makes sense.

    Exposing the Big Ugly is also honestly, our nations best chance at healing right now. The country is generally 50/50 (which I’m betting happens to be the most ideal environment for swamp creatures) … something dramatic needs to happen to break that split and turn the tide. The Big Ugly is it. People’s hearts and minds have to be shifted.

    I’m not an especially prayerful person, but I’m praying for you now, Sundance.

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    • WSB says:

      The ABC agencies and departments can easily use plausible deniability and accept this as the excuse.

      SD’s issue is to present the underlying evidence that destroys this strategy.


  46. Jeffrey Coley says:

    All of the participants in the coup were acting out of loyalty to Obama, the man. They were willing to undermine our Constitutional Republic and attempt to overthrow a duly elected President, in order to serve their master, Barack Hussein Obama.

    Does it make sense now why Obama chose to stay in Washington, DC, with his old Chief of Staff Valerie Jarrett? And why he keeps in contact with the “alumni” of his administration?

    Obama acts as if he is still President because he is. President of a shadow government.

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    • Jeffrey Coley says:

      Once again, notice the Democrats were doing precisely what they accused President Trump of doing. Recall all the stories about the horrible Orange Menace demanding oaths of loyalty to HIM? From paragons of integrity like James Comey?



  47. The Steele Dossier was fraudulent, Fake, completely made up….Obama, Rice, Yates, Rosenstein, Comey, Ohr, Stroke, Paige, Lynch, McCabe, Breenan, Clapper, Mueller, Etc…..They all knew from day one(2017) it was phony….and still gained FISA warrants……So, knowing this fact then the Susan Rice’s memo ‘By the Book’ means absolutely Zero…You can’t back date innocence in-order to avoid criminality………

    If anything the FISA court(Collyer) wrote their letter to cover their complicity…


  48. beth02 says:

    Shipwreckedcrew (Twitter, long-time DOJ prosecutor) explained that the officials left in charge of the DOJ between administration transitions are reliably not too smart. This is purposeful, the folks who know what’s going on from previous admin leave town in a hurry and the new folks aren’t in place yet. He’s implied that Yates is characteristic of the “not too smart” folks that are left behind. I’m inclined to agree with him – she’s always seemed pretty clueless to me. For sure she’s a partisan, but a clueless, mindless partisan.


  49. Hans says:

    We need a honest MSM.. that’s not going to happen easily…

    I once thought that Comey getting arrested and charged would open the flood gates.. now he is just one rogue agent.. move along now nothing to see…. MSM will try to help limit the damage.

    In the mean time riots in Portland and killings in Chicago will continue with defund the police will all be actively touted in the MSM. Yates testimony not making the news cycle is telling.. and should set our strategy…

    So fellow Treepers it is us.. we need to continue to e-mail stories to the MSM with .. We Know You Know.. we need to talk to everyone about the lies by the FBI and other government agencies..

    We can start with the Corona virus.. Chloroquine, deaths, treatment, sticking covid infected people in nursing homes, killing seniors… your mom and grandma….if segments of the government will lie about this.. WHAT ELSE ARE THEY COVERING UP… MAGA..

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  50. Zephyrbreeze says:

    Sally Yates is sharp…too sharp to have signed off on something so explosive…and not double check the verifying information. The is the Mamet Principle in action …pretend not to know…in order to claim to believe something that is patently false, and obviously so.

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