The Truth Doesn’t Care About Your Feelings – The Big Ugly…

Do not misinterpret anger for defeatism.  Truth is the fuel for cold anger, and it’s time everyone begins accepting some painful truths.

What some have called “Spygate” is not a frozen moment in time or a set of dates on a calendar with a beginning and an end.  Spygate was the originating process to ensure the DC system did not experience the disruption carried by Donald John Trump; but it was only the originating process….

….The process of opposition against Donald Trump is a continuum.

Those who use DC for influence and affluence control the mechanisms within the self-actuating system. This includes both Democrats and Republicans as they both feed from the same trough.  In the effort to remove Donald Trump, both wings of the uniparty bird were aligned with an identical purpose; Democrats carrying out their effort openly, and the republican elements operating covertly as to retain the DC premise.

Specifically, one common misconception is thinking the Mueller special counsel was an outcome of an action by President Trump when he fired former FBI Director James Comey.  This is false.  The special counsel process was a continuum in the effort to remove the threat that Donald Trump represented back in the early primary days of 2016.  The system, writ large, was aligned with this purpose.

There would have been a special counsel investigating the nonsense around ‘Trump-Russia’ regardless of Comey being fired. The special counsel was always part of the plan.

In October 2016 Deputy Attorney General John Carlin, in charge of the National Security Division of the DOJ bailed out of the effort after misleading the FISA court on their surveillance activity and setting up the introduction of the FISA warrant against Carter Page.  Carlin was replaced by a more committed traveler/ideologue named Mary McCord.

With Mary McCord in place to continue the DOJ-NSD aspects to the resistance and removal effort, the DOJ and FBI simply continued the process after the November 2016 election.  Internally all of the officials, essentially lawyers, within the DOJ-NSD were carrying out the removal objective and cleverly attempting to cover their tracks.

We see the creation in plausible deniability with the use of Bruce Ohr as a bridge between the politically corrupt DOJ-NSD and the politically corrupt FBI.  Ohr was carrying the messages from outside the system (Chris Steele) into the system. This was his function.

Everyone knew what Ohr’s mission was.  Anyone today, like Sally Yates, who claims they had no idea what the #4 official was doing is simply lying.  That is part of the plausible deniability part. It was set up that way.  Everyone knew what to expect, everyone knew the goals and objectives and every part of the process was compartmentalized to create these functional denials in case anything went sideways; or if the objective failed.

Andrew Weissmann was inside this DOJ-NSD system and he was a primary participant in transferring the spygate operation into the special counsel.  Again, it’s one long continuum.  Tashina Gauhar was the internal tool who had the objective to facilitate the effort and block any DOJ leadership effort that might disrupt the goal.  She too did her job very well.

This is where it must be accepted the DOJ-NSD was the legal side of the usurpation effort.  Everyone at the top three levels inside the system was participating.  Some of them are still there despite the primary agents leaving.

The special counsel then became the continuation of the process.  Once in place it was the special counsel who ran the show from Main Justice.  Additional operatives were brought in to coordinate the plan.  Pictured group below:

No action took place inside Main Justice that was not controlled by this group. Nothing.

When congress was battling for information, it was the special counsel who held control. Nothing was ever released without the special counsel releasing it.  Nothing was ever redacted, removed, or hidden without this group doing the functional work to control it.

This is critical because too many people have failed to accept that any information released from Main Justice was purposefully released as part of a strategy.  An example of that control is the release of the Carter Page FISA application in July 2018.  This is the group who released it.

When ever anyone was asking who was redacting the Lisa Page and Peter Strzok text messages, it was this group.  They also removed some.

This group also controlled what Inspector General Michael Horowitz was allowed to review as part of any of his investigative inquiries.  Everything was labeled as part of the special counsel investigation…. that’s how they justified and got away with it.

Simultaneously this group was leaking to their friends and allies in the media to frame narratives beneficial to their effort.  The media were willing to assist their friends; and indeed, they are friends.  They run in the same circles, attend the same parties, go to the same functions and meet both personally and professionally.  This is the network.

To understand or expose the largest part of the corruption that exists within DC you need a thread, a fulcrum example to share that exposes how this allied network operates. That example is best evidenced, irrefutably, within the story of how Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Security Director James Wolfe was caught facilitating the objectives.

Wolfe was caught by an external investigator from the FBI Washington Field Office named Brian Dugan.  While the special counsel likely knew the periphery of what the Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) was doing (a leak investigation), it was not until the complete investigative file was turned over to the special counsel in January 2018 when the special counsel group grasped the totality of the issues involved.

Immediately the special counsel group formed an attack plan because the outcome of Dugan’s investigation was toxic to their interests in the early part of 2018.   The special counsel stripped the investigative file of the details damaging to their ongoing corrupt effort.  They could not allow the public to know the FISA application was in the hands of their media allies since March of 2017.  This story cuts to the heart of corrupt activity.

What the special counsel team did in order to protect their activity is incredible.  Only someone as arrogant and Machiavellian as Andrew Weissmann could have planned to carry out this scheme.   That’s why he is currently attacking – it’s fear.

The background of the Wolfe story is the thread that lays the corrupt special counsel activity naked to sunlight; and the Wolfe story exposes just how the process from early 2016 all the way through the impeachment effort of August 2019 was put together.  The ramifications are so significant that when you become aware of the Wolfe story everything reconciles.

Nothing is circumstantial, everything is exposed with direct evidence sworn under oath and subject to perjury.   Dig this story hard and everything reconciles.

Yes, FISA abuse is a big deal; yes, crossfire hurricane is a big deal; yes, the Carter Page FISA application is a big deal; yes, the Chris Steele aspect is a big deal; but in the final analysis that’s only the beginning of the effort.  Look at what the special counsel was doing from May 2017 to April 2019 and the scale of the effort is stunning.

Corrupt Republicans and Democrats worked together; the legislative branch worked in coordination with usurping elements inside the executive branch; the intelligence apparatus and the State Dept worked to assist both the legislative branch and the usurping agents inside the DOJ-NSD and Main Justice.

….And, worst of all, none of it could have been carried out if there was not someone very close to President Trump, someone very much participating with the effort, who was whispering in his ear about making appointments that were specifically designed to allow the effort to continue.

Who recommended ODNI Coats? Who recommended DOJ-NSD head lawyer Michael Atkinson, the top FISA review authority and counsel to the head of the NSD, transfer from the NSD to become Intelligence Community Inspector General? Both recommendations had purpose; look at what ICIG Atkinson did with NSC operative Alexander Vindman? These internal actions were not accidental.

That’s ugly.

That’s the truth.

That’s where cold anger gives way to righteous fury.

…and believe me DC is petrified of that story.

 

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1,788 Responses to The Truth Doesn’t Care About Your Feelings – The Big Ugly…

  1. Bogeyfree says:

    So here are my leading candidates….

    Pence, Pompeo, Kushner, McConnell

    Now out of these 4, which one would petrify DC?

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    • Gerry says:

      Ocam Razor. My bet is Mitch. He has the longest tenure, the most to lose monetarily ( “there are trillions at stake”) with his Chinese father-in-law connection to the CCCP and the shipping business. Colleague of former Senator Dan Coats as previous DNI. Seems to block many of Trumps desires and initiatives. I’m sure there is a lot of “pillow talk” with Elaine that goes straight to her Daddy and straight to the CCCP. On top of that his chief henchman, Senator John Thune came out publicly for mail-in voting. DJT has no real friends of consequence in the Senate. Mitch makes sure that does not change. If it’s Mitch it would be like the Hiroshima A-Bomb that SD alluded to. No other person, other than a family member would garner the same concern.

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    • TrumpsterinPa says:

      Mitch has by far the most power. Gang of 8. That would be my guess. Never rebuked Romney, allowed Burr to run amuck, appointed Rubio, zero recess appointments and controls Trumps nominee process. Pence had always struck me as pure professional politician, but is he that powerful? It’s possible, and makes the whole Flynn situation even more intriguing. I just do not trust the Republican senate at all. Pure special interests politicians. Swamp. Sadly, I don’t trust either Mitch, Pence, or Pompeo.

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    • Newhere says:

      It’s not the individual who petrifies DC. It’s the prospect of exposure that petrifies.

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      • Mr. Morris says:

        Pres.Trump was a Democrat for many years before he became a Republican. He has many Democrat friends and associates in N.Y. When he first was elected he expected he could work with the Democrats in Congress as he had made large donations to Sen. Chuck Schumer and others. The Democrats refused. The Jackel could be a Democrat pretending to be a friend. Who could that be and what connections does he or she have?

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    • wxobserver says:

      I vote for the Turtle too. Who keeps the Senate in session, preventing recess appointments? What is the net effect of this? Who must Trump consult with about all these appointments?

      Aside: Trump outsmarted the Turtle with Grenell — a temporary appointee who was capable of doing so much damage so fast and getting so close to the truth that Mitch was forced to accept the alternative — Ratcliffe. Turtle is probably still hopping mad about that.

      The only thing Trump and Turtle seem to have in common is the appointment of conservative judges. I’m not sure I fully understand that part, but it does create a cloud of confusion that helps deflect suspicion.

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      • gawntrail says:

        Judges that have Conservative chops, but, are controllable by the dirt in their files. NSA abuse was/is for controlling outcomes, regardless of the situation(s). Senators are the Capos of the Legislative Branch. Those in leadership and those sitting as chairman of powerful committees are the Consiglieres to the Don. Don Mitch has his turn on the throne.

        The ‘earning’ done by each ‘crew’ is seeded by the Capos. The seeds are/is legislation that produces massive tax payer funded budgets/programs/benefits/payouts to skim. Any challenge to the game or the skim in the courts is taken care of by the compromised judges.

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    • SickOfItAll says:

      Pence because then they lost the main source and the jig is up and DC would be flipped upside down.

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    • SickOfItAll says:

      Pence, Pompeo or Turtle would petrify DC if they were exposed.

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  2. corvairfan says:

    It could be a lot of people…..Pence, McConnell, Kushner, Bolton, John Kelly, etc

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    • musings780 says:

      McConnell probably. With Pompeo as an outside chance. But regardless of who it is, that’s just the way politics works and PDJT is just stuck with it. Who would ever stop to think going in that there might be a trap laid? Yeah that’s why you need people you can trust, which apparently did not exist. So sorry to say, it actually is PDJT’s fault, Though I can empathize with him, and I would certainly like to hear the rest of the story

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      • BestBets says:

        Must be McConnell. Peter Schweizer’s book about all the DC types lining their pockets put McConnell and his lovely wife right in the crosshairs. Why hadn’t anyone spoken about that after he was exposed?

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        • MarkL. says:

          So who does DJT respect and confide in. God if I know. He seems to be the pilot, co captain, engineer, and bombardier.

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        • doyouseemyvision says:

          The thing about McConnell is that he is savvy. If he recommends something or someone to Trump, he does so indirectly THROUGH someone. That way he keeps his hands clean. Trump already doesn’t trust McConnell and I would question that McConnell is in Trump’s inner circle.

          I am sure that makes McConnell mad.

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      • A Moderate Man says:

        Musings, delete your first two sentences and I believe your post is the most honest assessment I have read except one item… the President is not at fault per se. He is a victim of those who have corrupted the system. Whoever misguided him just flipped their middle finger at the voters… they didn’t care that we voted for him… they put their self-interest first… that’s been made abundantly clear.

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        • plymouthpatriot says:

          As the extent of the deep state is slowly brought to light, I have to believe this resembles the grassy knoll…there are multiple snipers. The turtle is likely behind one of the triggers, but we have been given non-stop lip service from the likes of Graham, Pompeo, and Barr. Everyone is a tough guy but no one gets punched. There has also been a contingent of advisors, many of whom have dots that connect to the known participants, either through law firms or business dealings. This is what allows the coup to continue; it is a “next man up” team with a very deep bench.

          Faith in God should be craved like a stranded man in the desert craves water. This also goes for faith in the truth, faith in justice, and faith in America. We are so lucky to have individuals like SD who crave the unmitigated TRUTH in just this way!

          God Bless America!

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      • Hans says:

        I remember right after the election.. president Elect Trump announcing the proposed term limits for congress….

        Mitch McConnel…”that’s not going to happen”….. as he was walking ..off the cuff..
        I wondered how much support he might receive.

        I always thought Elaine Chao appointment as Secretary of Transportation was a olive branch…

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        • G. Alistar says:

          In an interview several years ago, Warren Buffet proposed that any federal spending which exceed 3% G.D.P., should make ever current member in both the house and Senate, ineligible for re-election. Didn’t happen, term limits like Mitch said, “ain’t gonna happen.” Much as I see it as perhaps the only realistic approach to draining the swamp.

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      • ImpeachEmAll says:

        Just say’n… 😉

        Did you forget candidate Trump was
        selected, not elected, as President?

        Did you forget about an ongoing coup?

        It would seem only natural to trust
        those who brought you to the party.

        Your parents brought you to the party.
        Question: Do you trust your parents?

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      • ivehadit says:

        Really? A coup is just a normal, run of the mill event in Washington? News to me in my 65 years..I have never seen ANYTHING like this and I don’t think anyone else has either. Surveilling thousands of Americans for financial and political leverage-the scale of this is new and insider trading on the scale Sundance has mentioned is new.

        Blaming the victim reeks of a chilling cynicism. Our government works for US not the other way round. A duly elected President is due the respect from the bureaucracy, given to him by the millions who voted for him.

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        • GB Bari says:

          A duly elected President is due the respect from the bureaucracy, given to him by the millions who voted for him.

          That’s precisely why there’s a problem.

          Those bastards who are entrenched in the federal bureaucracy, the Judiciary, and the Congress for far too many (anything more than two) terms have lost touch with and thus have absolutely NO respect for us voters. It logically follows that they have zero respect for our choice of President, especially pone who is NOT corrupt and looking to personally gain from his time in office.

          The corrupt bastards only want to control us and control our choices for political positions of power….all for their own personal aggrandizement, increased power, and financial gain.

          Throw in the corporate -owned media along with the corporate CEOs and Boards of Directors of all corporations that derive the vast majority of their income from government contracts…. and you have a formidable concentration of political and financial power – all arrayed against us as freedom seeking individuals.

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          • A Moderate Man says:

            Agreed, what will be the catalyst for change? Voting has become just a choice between the uni-parties.

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            • GB Bari says:

              What can we do?

              Volunteer to work at the grass roots level in your state to develop and promote MAGA candidates to challenge the corrupt incumbents. State political party organizations are mostly run by party “apparatchiks”, but they need pavement-pounding workers.

              That’s where the power lies. All the money in the world cannot defeat a people’s choice candidate if the people get out, find a genuine candidate, and then go out and vote for that candidate while demanding voting security and accountability. (Exhibit A: President Trump)

              RINO / Uniparty incumbents – especially long term Swamp dwellers – have a record that cannot be hidden and can and should most definitely be used against them. They say great things out in front of the elections, but go look at and document their cumulative actions after the elections.

              Research and document their legislative actions, committee actions, and every quote you can find that they uttered publicly about every important topic. You will build an impressive case to elect a challenger who will answer to their constituents.

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      • It’s all of them

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      • Tl Howard says:

        It’s the bane of the “outsider.” If you’ve never been on the inside, you don’t know these people.

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        • cjzak says:

          Agreed. As smart and savvy as PTrump is, even he probably was unpleasantly surprised at the lack of anyone trustworthy that was a DC swamp member, elected or not elected. I’m sure he thought there would be a transition period that might be a bit rocky, but never what he got full force starting from day one and continuing right as we chat.

          I would think he hoped that there would be some of the incumbant residents of these agencies and the WH that would be– grudgingly to be sure–willing and honest enough to help transition his administration into office. He apparently didn’t get any of that. He got a coup handed to him with a sneaky mole planted very close to him, possibly still very close to him.

          Whoever is the mystery person SD is referring to was not onboard the ‘help the new administration and President’ transition team. If that person is still there, closely advising the Pres., then we all should know it soon per SD. More importantly, Pres. Trump should know it.

          The mystery deepens. I’m on the edge of my seat. Yikes.

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  3. chuckyschmucky says:

    Don McGahn?

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    • Could it be the wife of George Conway, Counselor to the President? When the 2016 election campaigns got underway, Kellyanne Conway had been acquainted with Donald Trump for years, because she lived in Trump World Tower from 2001 to 2008 and sat on the condo board. Yet she initially endorsed Ted Cruz in the 2016 Republican presidential primary and chaired a pro-Cruz political action committee known as Keep the Promise, which was almost entirely funded by businessman Robert Mercer. Conway’s organization criticized Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump as “extreme” and “not a conservative”. On January 25, 2016, Conway criticized Trump as “a man who seems to be offending his way to the nomination.” On January 26, Conway criticized Trump’s use of eminent domain, saying “Donald Trump has literally bulldozed over the little guy to get his way.”

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    • KBR says:

      My guess also. He was a Bush appointee at one time. His uncle and President Trump had a falling out before PDJT ran. Theres more but he fits best IMO.

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  4. Dutchman says:

    For me, the key ‘tell’ is when Wolfes attorney released a statement that he was planning on subpoenaing ALL the Senators on the SSCI, for Wolfes defence.

    He did NOT say “Warner” or “Democrats on SSCI”, he clearly said “ALL”.

    This was NOT so they could be charackter references, testifying to Wolfes many years of service; such testimony is reserved for the SENTENCING hearing portion of the trial.

    No, he was threatening to call ALL the Senators on SSCI, to the witness stand and force them to commit perjury, by DENYING they had collectively instructed Wolfe to leak the C.P.FISA document, and it probably wasn’t the FIRST time.

    THIS would have exposed not only Congressional leadership involvement in the coup, but specifically would have exposed REPUBLICON Congressional leaderships involvement and complicity.

    This can NOT be allowed to happen, and its what ALL the ‘small group’ are thrratening, if they are not ‘taken care of’ financially, career wise, and criminal liability wise.

    THIS, IMHO is the HEART of “the Big Ugly”; exposing Dems involvement carries no political downside, they could campaign to their base saying “Hell yeah, I worked to remove PDJT from office, and their base would vote for them BECAUSE of it. (Peach 45!).

    However, if the 96% of Republican voters who support PDJT realise the Congressional Republicon leadership have been at the heart of the resistance since day one,…its not just McConnell, Graham etc. that are ‘at risk’ of being voted out.

    Its the whole Uniparty system, of having two faces of one party, using ‘wedge issues’ to divide the electorate, while actually working together to forward a jointly held desire to “transform America” into a conmunis hell hole.

    Grahams task is to go thru the motions, and ‘expose’ some of what we already know. Allow Senators to make campaign speeches, while posing questions,..and in the end thoroughly conceal that which CAN NOT be revealed, and foist off numerous excuses for why no one is accountable.

    There is the SOG defence: Some Other Guy, it wasn’t me.
    The “gone rogue” defence.
    The “Incompetent, not criminal” defence.

    As in a criminal trial, the Defence is NOT limited to presenting ONE defence, they can present MANY; ALL for the purpose of creating “Reasonable doubt”.

    In hearings, the American Public is the jury, and Graham is doing everything he can to put out ALL of these ‘Defence’s’ as a way to justify no accountability.

    Oh, and theres always the “no criminal intent” defence, as well.

    Graham is protecting himself and the Swamp, from revealing that which can NOT be revealed.

    Investigate to Exhonerate, right before our eyes.

    WE KNOW!

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    • BuckNutGuy says:

      Dutchman: Nailed It!! You bet your ass thats right and thats why its such a “delicate balance” (spit) as SD has said. And Mitch is the one who divides out the tax payer muffins.

      Question: Since Wolfe’s plea deal indemnifies him from prosecution on “all other related matters” he may be THE ONE who can flip and testify now that he has immunity. Or is the balance in his Cayman Island account too much for him to lose?

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      • Dutchman says:

        What do YOU think, :-).
        I would bet he has insurance, with recordings or evidence OF SSCI telling him to leak.

        He would be stupid not to, ans apperently SCIFS are operated on an “honor system”, and it wouldn’t be that hard to take a recorder in.

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      • Seneca the Elder says:

        Buck Nut Guy and Dutch- great comments and analysis.
        I think this is one of Sundance’s best recent post. He is really telling us a lot about the current situation when he writes:
        “This includes both Democrats and Republicans as they both feed from the same trough.”
        I can’t believe it CONTINUED until April of this year! If that is the case, then who or what made it stop?
        As far as who the insider is that was whispering to our President Trump- that’s a real mystery to me. I can’t believe that anyone could fool our POTUS!

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        • Issy says:

          Seneca: It’s no surprise to me, I’ve been saying it for thirty years. I just didn’t realize it was organized as a crime syndicate.

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          • Issy- you are right- that’s EXACTLY what our Government aka the Swamp aka the Deep State is at every level, from towns to counties to states and right at the top, the capos and dons who run the Federal branches.
            If you live in a Blue State like NY you see it on a daily basis. Despite all of President Trump’s efforts we are still being choked by thousands of taxes, rules and regulations that do nothing except feed the Beast.

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      • BuckNutGuy,

        If there is an account somewhere, it is likely the “Cayman Island account balance” is being comfortably watched by Wolfe as it continues to grow in exchange for his continued silence. The decades of corruption in the swamp have allowed these evil cretins quite the education in criminal machinations which they are apparently unafraid to use freely.

        Thankfully, our incredible host Sundance and his actions have allowed me personally to maintain a #delicate balance of my own between cold anger and righteous fury. I hope it is doing the same for other Treepers, as calmer heads generally prevail.

        I would rather share the patriotic and thorough work of SD with conviction and clarity than that of only cold anger or righteous fury, like a “Happy Warrior”, which I do believe he is alluding to lately as well. The listener will find their own way to either of those emotions if they are truly paying attention.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      Why would DEMS and their leaders, Schumer and NAN, give a crap if we found out there were disloyal folks in the GOPe?

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      • Bill Durham says:

        Because democrats and Republicans is kabuki theatre. They are on the same team. They only pretend to have policy difference on abortion gun control and immigration. It is a sham. Those issues are how the rubes back home elect them.

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      • ILOT says:

        Political cannibalism….pure and simple.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Because They Benefit from the deception; they have ‘silent partners’ in their effort to ‘transform America’.

        IF the Uniparty hoax is revealed, the traitors are voted out of republican leadership positions, and MAGA candidates put up real opposition to their conmunist goals.
        So, the Dems DO NOT WANT the hoax of phoney Republicons exposed.

        This hoax is how they have been able to take a traditionally center-right country, so far to the left.

        Because WE thought the,Republicons were truly fighting for OUR policy initiatives, and against the leftist ones; they weren’t.

        Its like WWE wrestling; the outcome is predetirmined ; WE lose. EVERY time.

        TAKE the red pill; its big, hard to swallow, and bitter, but your health, life and country demand you swallow it.

        The Republicon Congressional leadership are NOT your friends, they are in fact your ENEMY.

        The Dems are the robber, approaching you at 2 a.m. in a deserted parking lot, …his/her job is to DISTRACT you,..so you won’t see their partner (the Repub) sneaking up behind to stab you in the back, so they can BOTH rob you and leave your naked corpse.

        So, DON’T get distracted by the Dems antics; turn 90 degrees, put your back against a wall or car, and make it clear you will fight BOTH of them.

        By making it clear you haven’t fallen for their ruse, and are ready to fight, they will most likely withdraw.

        Similarly, this ruse of Republicons is ESSENTIAL to the swamp; EXPOSE it, and the whole swamp system collapses.

        RINOS are like stealth aircraft; take away the stealth, and their just another airplane.

        WITH the stealth, they are a devastating, invincible war machine.

        EXPOSING, in particular, the REPUBLICON Congressional leadership role in the coup is THE WAY to finally wrest control of public policy away from the swamp, and return it to the people.

        Hope this helps, its a bitter pill, but MUST be swallowed. Its what,…..WE KNOW

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        • farmerren says:

          “IF the Uniparty hoax is revealed, the traitors are voted out of republican leadership positions, and MAGA candidates put up real opposition to their conmunist goals. So, the Dems DO NOT WANT the hoax of phoney Republicons exposed.”

          For me, that’s the best answer right there Dutchman. The answer as to why it would matter to the Dems if R’s are exposed.

          Thank you.

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          • Dutchman says:

            Welcome. Once you swallow this big, ugly bitter pill, you hafta ask;
            “How looooong,…has this been going on?”
            Like any betrayal, how long?
            Methinks at least since 1964, when Dems, Rockefeller Reps, I.C. and media colluded to derail Goldwaters campaign,…but possibly much longer,….

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            • cantcforest says:

              Dutchman, I’ll grant it may have started them, but in my questionable memory it really took off when some laws were changed with regard to PACs, somewhere between 1968 and 1972. Donations became expected, a new species of lobbyist arose, and voter concerns began to be overshadowed.
              Back to today. The dimms have no concern for future generations, and while they blather on about saving the unfortunate, they are really only after more power. Unfortunately, Republicans, while they probably recognize the positive steps PDJT has taken for our country, can’t figure out how to support those steps without McTurtle or MaligNanci cutting them off from the trough.
              The dimms are crooked and desperate enough to actively work for impeachment, while the GOPe passively watches. I celebrate PDJT’s persistence and willingness to soldier on in the expectation of our support. I likewise celebrate Sundance’s perseverance in the face of a two tiered justice system as he dug through the sordid details of the dimm’s conniving.
              While Sundance may have the goods on a bunch of seditionist/traitors, how does he or PDJT expect the bulk of them to be punished? Now that the insider trader and the taxpayer funded foreign aid schemes have been revealed, how can they be stopped?
              Only if enough of us are angry enough to march ‘prepared’ to DC and tell them all that they will honor PDJT’s housecleaning? Or do we take rope and tar and feathers with us?
              Someone suggested that something stopped in April. I’m not seeing it.
              Thank you Sundance. God bless you and yours.

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              • cantcforest says:

                ‘then’ Not WP***, just fumblefingers

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              • gawntrail says:

                … expect the bulk of them to be punished?

                We the People…. in the streets…. rope…. light posts…. some assembly required.

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              • Dutchman says:

                IMHO,
                NO, the Repubs WERE NOT “passive watchers”; they were actively involved in the coup plot, from DAY ONE.

                THATS the big ugly bitter pill we have to swallow.

                Put yourself back in the early planning stages. ALL the planning depends on things only the,Republicons in Congress could guarantee delivery of.
                House flipping, and Republicans not using hearing on the scandal for political gain, and shutting down any investigations (Nunes ethics complaint, lack of subpoenas, and refusal to go to court to force production of documents(Ryan).

                And, an assurance that if PDJT fired Mueller, that Senate,Repubs would SAY they would vote to convict, in order to force resignation.

                Without KNOWING the Repubs were FULLY complicit, I don’t see experienced swamp rats like Brennan, Comey, etc. attempting this.
                They HAD to know they would be protected, and NOT by FORMER Obama admin people, out of office.

                But by Republicon leadership in Congress.

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        • I’ve been making that WWE reference for years!

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        • TrumpPatriot says:

          I absolutely believe President Trump. . . . while he has the power and influence, needs to establish a third party to pull in all his supporters, either Republican, Democrat, or Independent. There are so many Independents now because of the distaste for both of these do-nothing damn parties! ! I hear it all the time. Comments both parties are equally bad or equally the same.

          The Tea Party almost pulled it off, but with the help of the Democrats McConnell was able to destroy it. Perhaps those who are legitimate Patriots who put America first can be re-organized into a new party as we begin the next four years and those left over can go join the Democrats where they belong. It may even draw MANY Patriots who now vote Democrat but are beginning to see that party no longer represents their views or interests. President Kennedy would not vote Democrat this year ! !

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          • Dutchman says:

            Its my belief both faces of the Uniparty exploited FBI contractor access to the NSA database to use it against primary challengers.

            Using the OBAMA IRS to ‘target’the Tea party, by delaying their tax exempt requests makes no sense from a Rep vs Dem point of view.

            He should have ordered the applications EXPEDITED, if anything to disrupt Republican leadership, and pick up seats.

            Only makes sense as Uniparty, and they needed a more permanent and secure way to squash primary opposition; the NSA database.

            Notice how that glock toting mama that confronted Beto,…WON a primary, against an incumbent.

            Notice how AOC primaried a 10 term congressman, and has had several she sponsored ALSO succeed.

            I think thats because their access has been cut off, and so they are VULNERABLE, without the shield of the incredibly powerful political tool of exploiting 702 search queries.

            Candidate is “clean”? Search his campaign manager. Others high up on his team.

            Want to manufacture an Oct surprise? Need to find 5-6 women, who it can be documented spent time in close proximity to the target, so either were or COULD have been alone with them.

            Research their backgrounds, deep dive to insure they would be receptive. Offer carrot/stick; your 22 y.o. son has “kiddie porn” on his phone, we’ll pay off your delinquent mortgage.
            I think BOTH Reps and Dems were using it, to ward off primary challengers, they no longer have access and are vulnerable, and both worked on the coup, because they feared Flynn and PDJT would ruin it for them.

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        • WSB says:

          Graham also plays a lot of golf with PT. Sessions has not been mentioned here. Manafort recommended Pence…hmmmm.

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      • Debra says:

        Because it exposes the procedures and methods of just HOW this is accomplished.

        The Senate Majority Leader title is a gift to whomever plays well using same. Hmmm. Who held that position prior to McConnell, and perfected the machinations, and who conveniently ‘got out’ prior to having to ‘deal’ with our VSGPDJT?

        Not saying he is the mole, but just the position itself is suspect . . .

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        • TrumpPatriot says:

          Mitch McConnell has been either Majority or Minority (Harry Reid) was Majority) since 2007. Previous leaders are no longer around.

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        • warrprin1 says:

          That guy, to whom Debra refers, had to transfer over from Majority Leader to Minority Leader for the last two years of his Senate tenure. I always wondered about the way he went dark immediately following his departure from D.C., nursing his black eye.

          Then two years later, amidst beaucoup controversy over the methodology he employed to accomplish the mission, the Speaker of the House (GOPe) also departed, though neither as quickly nor as quietly.

          We were able to follow the post D.C. tracks of the latter, but the former did seem to disappear into private life – a possibility which seemed altogether too good to be true – probably because it wasn’t true. What has that rotten old coot been up to for the last four years?

          I’m not suggesting that he’s the major player, but in view of the fact that he’s recently resurfaced in the press, and watching the well dressed Senate GOPe thugs that Mitch is sending out to threaten Republican voters with their “support” for a Mail-In Election, I’d hazard a guess that Harry has remained closely connected to the Hill and the super-donors to same.

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          • Debra says:

            Whomever China likes, Harry likes (or was paid to like), too . . .

            I have a wild thought that perhaps Xi let our VSGPDJT know that he had deals with both parties, and was not happy being the panda in the middle.

            Perhaps there was a glint of light on the horizon for PT that he was going to have to ‘use’ the plandemic to flush out the rats, and that he has let Mr. Pence know that Mike played his role given to him by both PDJT and the coup plotters quite well, but that he is fired, effective after the election.

            Pompeo is degrading China’s handling of the virus to attempt to keep Pence in good standing with PDJT, but the president KNOWS.

            In other words, our president had to find out whom Pence was ‘listening’ to — Pence, himself, while thinking he is doing ‘good’ —- as Pence, himself, was duped.

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    • botchedcasuality says:

      👍🏻

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    • MelH says:

      Graham is in real danger in the polls today! By the way. Getting him OUT would be quite wonderful.

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      • Dutchman says:

        It WOULD be, however its the STRUCTURE that has to be dismantled.
        Individuals come and go, but the structure carries on.
        We HAVE to dismantle THE STRUCTURE, which means McConnell, and all the rest.

        It also means launching an insurgent campaign from within the local and State Republican parties, and purging the long ‘serving’State party chairs, etc. many of whom are just as Rino as Mitch.

        Its a LOT of work, and will require sustained effort,…but IMHO we can not truly win, and drain the swamp, without driving these corrupt elements out of the Republican party.

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      • WSB says:

        That is probably what Lindsey and Company want. To flip the Senate over to Dim control. So overt activities can continue one. Another Impeachment and removal.

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      • coolmamie says:

        If nobody is indicted by Nov. 3, I am voting for the Dem against Graham in SC.

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        • MelH says:

          Me Too!

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        • Issy says:

          coolmamie: You must want Trump removed from office. The margin is razor thin.

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          • coolmamie says:

            Are you kidding? Trump will take SC by at least 15 points. Graham’s problem will be the usual Democrats + the unusually angry Trump supporters.

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            • Issy says:

              coolmamie: Not the Presidential election. If the senate loses republican seats, the next time the houses impeaches him, a democrat controlled senate will remove him from office. It’s 53 Rs to 47 Ds now. If given the slightest excuse, there are two or three republicans who would vote with them. That’s why you don’t need to vote for a democrat senator no matter how bad Lindsey is. You need to keep South Carolina’s senate seat republican. If you wanted to get rid of him, it needed to be done in the primary.

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              • coolmamie says:

                In another life, I would have agreed with you. But faithfully voting to achieve Republican majorities has done little for me except consolidate power among people who have deceived me, which I cannot abide.

                I prefer to teach people like Lindsey and Mitch real lesson. I am in it for the long game.

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                • Issy says:

                  The short game will be to remove Trump from office if the Democrats take control of the senate. After Trump, I will not vote for any of these republican senators eiher.

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    • quietimthinking says:

      The best theory I’ve read.

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    • longtimereader says:

      “of having two faces of one party, using ‘wedge issues’ to divide the electorate, while actually working together to forward a jointly held desire to “transform America” into a conmunis hell hole”
      Thank you for articulating what so many of us have noticed. Specially the crafting of “wedge” issues to assure that the two faces of the Uniparty take “turns”. Studying the electorate, concocting crisis and problems where there was none… and myriad more tactics we don’t know YET.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Yrs, and ballot fraud is actually a small part of what they do, to manipulate the voting, and guarantee the result they want.

        Each party totally controls THEIR primary, and they can’t be sued for violating their own rules. A LOT of manipulating occurs during primaries, when only 25% of voters are paying attention.

        Splitter strategy, dirty tricks, stuffed ballot boxes, its all there.

        Gerrymandering to get just the outcome they want,…STATE parties corrupt and beholden to D.C.,….

        A “wedge” issue; one that cleaves, or divides the electorate.
        Divide and conquer.

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        • Max Revere says:

          It’s all about the Primary. Unfortunately most people do not understand the very importance of a primary. That is where things should be hashed out, put the incumbent on the spot, rip open wounds, and if needed, get them out…that is the time. For the primary challenger the race can be personally grueling, many times no name recognition, not much money, no real help or structure. Many say, who the hell wants to go through that. So, we get stuck with the same jerk, time and time again. On purpose.
          .

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          • Dutchman says:

            Actually, since most of these incumbents in leadership get involved in international affairs, etc. they really don’t spend much time in or working for their own districts or States.

            With the disatisfaction for Congress at historic highs, it SHOULD be pretty easy to primary them.

            As I’ve been pointing out, AOC primaried a 10 term Congressman, and has had 3 candidates she supports, succesfully primary long serving incumbents.

            I think they lost access to their main tool, to defend against primary challengers, when Adm. Rogers shut down access.

            I think incumbents from BOTH parties were using the database to sabatoge the campaigns of primary challengers.

            If I am right, they are VULNERABLE right now, and primary challengers have a real shot!

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          • Issy says:

            Max: That’s it, exactly how it works.

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  5. Tl Howard says:

    I’m stuck by this: “and believe me DC is petrified of that story.”

    DC is comprised of pols, lobbyists, media…..so those are the groups who would be “petrified” because this person somehow is representative of all of them?

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    • Tl Howard says:

      oh, and “bureaucrats”.

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    • tav144 says:

      “Who recommended ODNI Coats? Who recommended DOJ-NSD head lawyer Michael Atkinson, the top FISA review authority and counsel to the head of the NSD, transfer from the NSD to become Intelligence Community Inspector General? Both recommendations had purpose; look at what ICIG Atkinson did with NSC operative Alexander Vindman? These internal actions were not accidental.”

      Regarding who recommended Coats, look to this news article from January 7, 2017 when he was nominated:

      “So why choose Mr Coats? The answer may lie not with Mr Trump, but his running mate, vice-president-elect Mike Pence. Mr Pence was the governor of Indiana – Mr Coats’s state. The two men know each other well – so well that Mr Coats was the senator who seconded Mr Pence’s nomination for the Republican vice-presidential candidacy.”
      https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-38543124

      Regarding who recommended Atkinson, look to his statement to the SSCI from January 17, 2018 during his confirmation:

      “I am honored to have been nominated for this position by President Trump, with the support of the Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats.”
      https://www.dni.gov/index.php/newsroom/congressional-testimonies/item/1835-statement-of-michael-k-atkinson-nominee-for-inspector-general-of-the-intelligence-community

      Pence > Coats > Atkinson.

      When did POTUS decide to fire Coats?

      July 2019, from available news reports. This is when the whole Ukraine/whistleblower coup effort that brought us Atkinson began.

      Who benefits from impeachment. Well Pence, of course.

      And as shipwreckedcrew gamed outrecently on Twitter, if for some reason of political gamesmanship we end up with a dispute over who will be named President, it will be Pence who will serve as acting POTUS until the dispute is resolved.

      https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1291589544853139456.html

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      • tav144 says:

        Going further…perhaps connected….

        On impeachment, Trump was acquitted by the Senate on February 5, 2020.

        On February 18, 2020, Trump claimed he “ knows the identity of the anonymous administration official behind a New York Times op-ed and subsequent book.”

        He’s yet to come out and name who that is. I’m sure that’s for leverage purposes. 😉

        But my money is on Pence.

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        • judyw says:

          tav144, my money is right beside your money on Pence. Remember this?
          Is Mike Pence behind the White House Resistance?
          Even if he didn’t write the anonymous op-ed piece for the New York Times in which a senior Trump administration official claimed to be taking part in a coup d’etat of sorts, he’s been accused by the internet.
          What has got the finger of blame (or credit) pointing at the silver fox from Columbus, Indiana, is the use of the word “lodestar” in the op-ed.
          Seems that Pence is the only person in the English-speaking universe who uses the word.
          Why would it be Pence?
          Well, first of all, some have speculated that this is simply a trial balloon, the first step in the process of invoking the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from office.
          Who stands to benefit more than Pence, who would become president if the “blooming idiot” clause were invoked?
          https://www.courier-journal.com/story/news/local/joseph-gerth/2018/09/06/mike-pence-dan-coats-could-behind-white-house-resistance-new-york-times-oped/1211891002/

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  6. Scott says:

    Doubtful it is Pence. He isn’t around Trump enough to “whisper” in his ear. Gonna be someone who had his ear early and probably still has it. Going to be an advisor of some kind, or COS who coordinates with everyone. This person has to have ties to the rinos and dems.

    Christie was early on, but left. Kelly is now gone. Priebus has been gone a long time too.

    Who is left that was with Trump after January, 2017?

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    • avocadodipp says:

      I don’t think it’s Pence, either Scott. The big reason – the story that indicated it might be Pence was published in the New York Slimes by someone called Anonymous. I bet it was written by Andrew Weissmann.

      I think someone is getting close to exposing the whole crew… I know sundance is ready to go.

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    • alvasman says:

      With regard to VP Pence, before all the current virus-related situation developed, both he and President Trump had lunch together in a private dining room. This according to the President’s publicized daily schedule.

      This being said I doubt it’s VP Pence. Were this known by even a few of the uni-party I think it would have leaked by now.

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    • Kellyanne Conway has been in the Administration since the beginning!

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  7. frogman says:

    I do not think it was Pence for two resons.

    Pence had the opportunity to stop Trump from getting elected, on at least two occasions.

    He was not close to Trump, either physically or by relationship when most appointments were made .

    So Jeff S.

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  8. McFlySquirrel says:

    My guess. This scene always bothered me. It is the person who was always positioned/pictured standing over the back shoulder of POTUS having a eagle eyed gaze, pinpointed and telling, as if being a ‘I got your back’ guardian angel protector for POTUS’, but in reality, this person – the traitor, was in actuality signalling to the DS coup players that for their security the ‘focused like a laser watchful eye’ will never be removed from the intended the target – which was the back of the POTUS.

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  9. prettiestone says:

    Is this a warning shot or reminder from Sundance that those he’s been in contact with need to follow through soon or he’s going to start dropping names and info.?

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  10. Tl Howard says:

    And judges….but I can’t think of a single member of the judiciary that has POTUS’ ear.

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  11. JE says:

    How did it come about that General Flynn “lied” to the VP? How did that line of questioning come about? Who prompted it and why?

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    • CopperTop says:

      If it’s Pence. I think about SD oft told leak strategy…FBI to NYT CIA to Post…etc. Who leaks to face the nation?

      And don’t forget the leak to Face t N would have known that Flynn only discussed expulsions…

      That would be Pompeo.

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  12. lolanonni says:

    Thank you for this post, Sundance. It is a Uniparty for these people whose agenda is to preserve their status quo. I believe Mitchell, Graham, Thune, Barrasso, Blunt, Rubio, Cheney, Lee, the Bush family and so many others from the Republican Party are in on this. It is disappointing because when she initially appeared on the scene, I had high hopes for Ernst. I believe the lure and glitter of “gold” has corrupted her also. Hopefully, I am mistaken. The lure of “Mamon” is hard to resist. It requires a very well grounded ethical and moral conscience. This is why term limits is essential.

    Now who has been whispering to PDJT. My suspicion is it is Jared. It is my impression that he is more influential towards him than we know. He trusts his daughter, Ivanka, implicitly. By extension, the son-in-law has received that privilege. The other possibility is Conway.

    Again, Sundance, please be very careful where you tread and to whom you are treading towards with all your information in that purulent swamp. The crocodiles in a swamp are very quiet and can snap at you before you even know it. The smooth waters can be deceptively quiet. I am praying that all the people you are talking to are sincerely wanting a change that will make this country a trustworthy one for its citizens. We do not want you swallowed up by anyone in that swamp.

    God bless you and may the angel Michael protect you.

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    • Ploni says:

      How in the world does Jared Kushner, a Manhattan real-estate developer and a rookie player in Washington, have any knowledge, let alone verifiable expertise, in whom to recommend to his father-in-law the president for top White House and Executive Branch positions (that will be scrutinized by everyone)?

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      • cjzak says:

        My thoughts too. Who could he advise PTrump on with his lack of experience in the political world? Why would our very smart PDJT listen and do what this young, inexperienced guy says to do? Just because Jared is Ivanka’s husband? Doesn’t fit the scenario, imo.

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    • Seneca the Elder says:

      lola- great comment, and I tend to agree with you. Only someone who was extremely close to our President Trump could get away with fooling him into taking their advice.
      Our POTUS is just too smart to fall for most anything. He has outwitted the best, the brightest and the most Machiavellian of them all.
      Hard to believe his own flesh and blood would commit such treachery if that is the case

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      • frogman says:

        I do not see any of Trump’s family not being loyal to him. They would not have any motive, if he when down they also would be going.

        So it is Means, Motive, and Opportunity. Who had all three?

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      • GB Bari says:

        President Trump is indeed quite smart. But he is not endowed with E.S.P. He does not always know everything about everyone with whom he comes into contact. He is not omniscient.

        What our President does exceedingly well is to learn quickly and quickly deduce the truth from his experience. What’s the old saying, “fool me once…..”

        So it is very possible that the President has been misled directly OR the person in whom the President trusted was misled because that person wasn’t quite as perceptive as POTUS.

        The DC Swamp is overloaded with liars, players, thieves, spies, and con artists. The very best and most-skilled at deception have been at their game for a long time and can fool many otherwise very smart people.

        As many Treepers as there are commenting here, no one has yet been able to name the Mole **and** provide supporting proof (or even a list of verifiable clues) that can convince us all beyond reasonable doubt.

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    • 55praises says:

      from “Our Refuge”, first song on “Psalms: Music to Soothe the Soul” (based on Psalm 61)

      From the ends of the earth I call to You
      I call as my heart grows faint
      Lead me to the Rock that is higher than I
      For You have been my refuge.

      May He be in God’s presence forever
      Then will I ever sing praise,
      praise to Your name.

      I long to dwell in You,
      Your tent forever
      And take refuge in the shelter of Your wings.

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  13. Redhotrugmama says:

    Pence AND McConnell maybe?
    My question to SD is has the President figured out who this is?

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  14. Todd says:

    If it were Pence it would be Big & it would be Ugly!

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    • Judith says:

      I recall the morgue scene in “Men in Black,” with the alien gasping it’s last breath inside the dead man’s brain..

      Question: Has anybody tugged on Pence’s earlobe or checked out Nadler’s belt?

      Seriously, Pence has always caught my suspicious cat’s eye. He interfered at pivotal points early in the administration, such as that Mike Flynn debacle. He runs with vampires like Eddie Munster..

      The Globalist RNC selected him to be Trump’s VP, like they chose Poppy ‘CIA’ Bush to be Reagan’s “minder.” Was he apprised early on, of the Russia investigation? If not, why not?

      Pence has overseen the election fraud and China
      Plandemic task forces, to no discernible effect. And lastly, the ENEmedia has *always* treated Pence with kid gloves.

      Mike Pence never struck me as sincere; He seems to be acting a role, always waiting in the sidelines for his big moment. I could be wrong, but he has given little indication of his loyalty to the President.

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      • WSB says:

        Manafort apparently suggested Pence, and Coats was the Senator from Indiana before serving the Trump administration.

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        • Judith says:

          I wasn’t too crazy about Manafort either. But he apparently needed to be exactly where he was at that time. His expertise reportedly centered on gaining the electoral votes needed to clinch the election.

          I just haven’t seen a compelling ally in Pence thus far, unless his superpower lies in walking a tight rope above the fray. Hope I’m wrong about that.

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      • 55praises says:

        I was talking to my husband at supper, trying to articulate what it is about VP Pence that raises my suspicions. I do not know why, exactly, perhaps intuition or a God-given sense. When we know our president has so many enemies, it is wise to be cautious. There is much at stake.

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  15. DeWalt says:

    Sundance, Going forward you should refer to this individual as Grima Wormtongue.

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  16. luke says:

    Pence could have ended DT’s campaign at any time
    ditto for Sessions. Yet they continued on with him after the “grabbem by the pu$$y.” So why go through all this trouble? That doesn’t make much sense Pence has been rock solid in his support and I believe he could have backed away from DT on several occasions but stayed true.

    You guys have way to much vested in this outcome and it’s probably not going to bear any fruit until after the election and if ONLY won by Trump. Starting a circular firing squad now will only dampen the mission. It’s possible you might get a Clinesmith before the election but not much else. Barr is a good dude and we’re lucky to have him. Let DT lose this election and see how well we do.

    The Communists have already won in many respects. DT was an unexpected hiccup. They contained him pretty well the first 4 years. They have thrown everything at this man including using a virus to help tank the economy. Just look at the FBI they send 15 agents to investigate a fake noose and can’t seem to figure out how pallets of bricks ended up along side the road during the riots. After the inauguration many R’s were scared of DT. They didn’t trust him and I understand why. This UniParty is not as vast as you think it is. Getting mad at the R’s souring on the election is going to get us all in Big Ugly……trust me on that. There are plenty of good R’s there is absolutely 0 good D’s. If we lose this election we lose America as you know it.

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  17. Bogeyfree says:

    Doesn’t this post alone scream why Sundance needs to have a face to face with PT?

    IMO best avenue would be via Eric or Don Jr

    Or

    Via Sidney via Gen. Flynn

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  18. Merkin Muffley says:

    The Washington Examiner is reporting that John Brennan is about ready to skate from indictment in the Russia scandal. Now, is this true or Lawfare propaganda???

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  19. Sparky5253 says:

    It is obvious someone has been pushing Trump to hire specific people. And these hires make ones head shake because they are so unlike people Trump would work well with and who would actively promote his agenda,

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    • WSB says:

      So true. And yet President Trump has always said he has worked with killers for many years. He was also an insider in the Dimm Party machine in NY.

      I can imagine when PT hijacked the Republican Party in June 2015, there must have been a shockwave in DC after all of the money he has given for years. Hotel rooms for these frauds, and insider planning for political moves.

      Everyone went to him for money…everyone.

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    • doyouseemyvision says:

      It would have been the individual who urged him to pick Mattis, Kelly, Kirsten Nielsen, Priebus, Tillerson, McMaster, Wray, retain Comey after the election, etc.

      Who was that person?

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  20. …and you’ve shown those you are talking to who that “someone close” to the President was…

    (But I don’t think Guahar, or any of them, “did their job well”. They were all working as a team, within a protected environment — all of them fellow-traitors, united in purpose, requiring all of their separate talents.)

    I would just add two points, which I have made any number of times:

    1) The criminality of the coup effort (and that Obama himself must be behind it) is plain from the initial FBI collusion with Fusion-GPS (and, by extension and many individual connections, with Hillary and the DNC) in those thousands of illegal “queries”, shut down by Adm. Rogers on April 18, 2016. I won’t go into the many details here. Obama’s culpability was confirmed by “the littlest of things” (as in “War of the Worlds”), when Mary Jacoby “visited the White House” (for the whole day) on April 19, 2016, the very next day.

    2) The incredible speed with which the firing of Comey precipitated the Mueller Special Counsel appointment, in just 8 days. It has been blindingly obvious, to me, ever since we lived through that short time period, that all of Washington was in on it, let it happen, and even extolled it, with Mueller being portrayed as unquestionably honorable. How COULD he, or anyone, be honorable and engage in those 8 days of frame-up against the duly-elected President of the United States? He could not; they all could not.

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    • Oh, and number 3) Comey ADMITTED why he maneuvered to get a Special Counsel appointed, way back near its beginning in May 2017. And he had NOTHING on the President, except his whiny “feelings” of what “a President Trump might do”. That too, was blindingly obvious, and he should have been immediately arrested, indicted, and EVERYBODY who brought forth the Special Counsel — and many who simply LET IT HAPPEN, so quickly, without any proof of any Trump misdeed — should have IMMEDIATELY been put under investigation…and NOT by Congress, or any interested Washington element, not the government itself.

      An honest man, like myself, didn’t need the last 3+ years, to see what was going on and who was to blame: A deliberate attempt to overthrow the elected President, by Obama and everybody of like ideological mind (be they Democrats, the new dedicated globalists, or newly- empowered, jihadist Muslims and Black Muslims).

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  21. burnett044 says:

    and now we playing tick-tock with the ear whisper -er….lmao……..enuff all ready.
    the whole apple is rotten……
    all the talk in the world will not put Humpty together again..
    if you want to know who can save America …..then go to a mirror.

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    • tomluns says:

      True! If there is such a person then release the name. Between the coup attempt, riots in our cities and the plague of Covid it seems late in the game to have insider secrets that could impact the president’s decision.

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    • cjzak says:

      Exactly. WE the People need to assert our power and fire the criminals working against America and hire some good people to start repairing the damages our past elected reps have caused. WE can get rid of some of the infection that is plaguing DC. WE have to.

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    • WSB says:

      burnetto, SD is telling us that this reveal will trip the house of cards. We are all just waiting for the lantern.

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  22. Howie_roak says:

    “….And, worst of all, none of it could have been carried out if there was not someone very close to President Trump, someone very much participating with the effort, who was whispering in his ear about making appointments that were specifically designed to allow the effort to continue.”

    it isn’t just one guy named Graham but Newt as well and others that are now long gone….

    Its the “cooler heads of the senate” and the “gray beards of past administrations” that advised all of his poor choices like Gen kelly, Mathis et al.

    Now he is rest his decisions on proven talent Pomeno, Mnuchin, Carson, etc. And the picks are better…

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  23. dunewall says:

    This explains why some of Trumps appointments seems to go south. Purposeful bad advice. He saw some of them. I guess that is a good reminder. How deep the ‘deep state’ is. It’s all about maintaining power.

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  24. The Boss says:

    Mick Mulvaney is my guess.
    Another South Carolina dud.

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  25. swampfox999 says:

    Who recommended Wray?

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  26. Pa Hermit says:

    I have to believe that this entity is very large in scope to have so many people this concerned! My hot anger has cooled down a tad since Sundance is involved! Time to hit the donate button again!

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  27. JE says:

    “none of it could have been carried out if there WAS not someone very close to President Trump..”

    Past tense. Kelly? Priebus?

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  28. Technerd says:

    At this point, I despise establishment DC so much that I hope they all burn. The only name revealed that would shock me would be Trump himself.

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  29. Liberty Forge says:

    Are we taking a poll?

    It HAS to be someone who has been with President Trump from Day One.

    And, I believe there are really only 3 people who fit that criteria.

    Kellyanne Conway; Jared Kushner; and Mike Pence.

    I’ll cast my vote for the last name that rhymes with Fence — and if so — let’s throw him/her right over that fence.

    Traitors come in many, many forms — and can cloak themselves in sterling threads — even Holy ones.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      Pompeo has been with Trump since day 1, as CIA, then SOS. And Sundance says, “Trust Kansas. Hell, no.”

      Mike Pompeo is now my choice.

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      • Tl Howard says:

        That would mean that when Pompeo headed up the CIA, he was already trying to undermine POTUS. And it’s he, I am sure, who recommended his replacement, Gina Haspel.

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        • Liberty Forge says:

          I do not believe — that as CIA Director — Pompeo would have had President Trump’s “ear” from Day One.

          It has to be someone closer. There are many Directors.

          Why would President Trump trust the CIA? If anything, he would be most suspicious of that agency.

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      • MaineCoon says:

        Who recommended Pompeo to Trump from day 1? Anyone know?

        Let’s go back to the ‘ear whisperer’.

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    • G. Alistar says:

      “It HAS to be someone with Trump from day one.” Why? Is day one when he walked down the elevator (During the campaign) or when he won the election? Or perhaps Inauguration Day? None of the three you mention fit the long term “swamp” dweller criterion — i.e., long time DC swamp with power, influence and corruption. These three IMHO, “are not to the droids you are looking for, move along.” p.s., look towards the US Senate rather than the cabinet or personal staff.

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    • beach lover says:

      Im always surprised how many ‘advisors” are in the WH. We hear names that are public and on TV, but there are many more that work behind the scenes we never hear about.

      Hope Hicks was one… never even heard of her until she was forced out. Now she is back working at the WH. Im not saying she is the one.. just using her as an example it could be someone in the inner circle of the whole team.

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  30. DeWalt says:

    McMasters was the Silver Bullet. Who brought McMasters in?

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  31. Koot Katmando says:

    I do not think it is McConnell. He was in the Gang of 8 and PDT would need to be pretty dumb to trust Mitch’s advise. PDT is not Dumb. It has been obvious the uni party in the senate all worked to set up the SC to box in PDT.

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  32. Andrew Campbell says:

    I’m not a lawyer. Isn’t this an outline of the fact pattern of a conspiracy to defraud the United States?
    18 U.S. Code § 371.

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  33. detad1 says:

    I don’t care about ‘why’ anymore.

    I’m waiting for the change.

    If it doesn’t come as a sea change?

    Then the left will get in sooner or later and they are angry. They will not be happy and we will have let them off again.

    SO, now it’s the time where the rubber hits the road. If Trump can’t take them out, then they take us out.

    It’s always been about that in the end…

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  34. TarsTarkas says:

    And now for something completely different . . .

    Has anyone else seen the ‘The Big Ugly’ picture at the top and thought of a Hershey Chocolate Bar? Personally I think it would make a great name for a new candy bar, a lumpy misshapen chocolate bar crammed full of nuts and other goodies that would make any nutritionist scream in despair at the thought of anyone eating one.

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  35. dom elp says:

    If Trump wins he should if possible remove everyone he can from every office and replace with different people or just move them to other jobs as the sneakers and scammers will surly still be around but will take years to reorganize.

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    • mugzey302 says:

      I still question the Senior Executive Service level of he bureaucracy. I read about it on another website. They are, basically, untouchable. Can’t be fired, just moved to other executive positions throughout their careers. I think the title is given, membership awarded as probably some reward (no doubt corruption is involved). This depraved bunch of degenerates aren’t worthy of a “swamp” designation, more like “sewer”.

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  36. Genie says:

    Lawfare Wittes probably wanted to title his October 17, 2016 Lawfare treatise against candidate Trump, “A Coalition of All Uniparty Forces,” but he backed off and called it “A Coalition of All Democratic Forces” to prevent expulsion for exposing the Big Club.

    “…virtually none of our Republican or conservative friends are supporting Trump.”

    Jackass.

    https://www.lawfareblog.com/coalition-all-democratic-forces-part-i-political-focus-whats-truly-important

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  37. LKAinLA says:

    I have went back and have read a lot of articles on Dan Coats and his appointment and ultimately his departure from the President Trump administration. He was once a Indiana Senator. But all the articles mention George W Bush and his glowing reviews of Coats. This is looking bigger than VP Pence being the traitor, IMO.

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  38. VandalizeDuhMastuhsAlgorithms says:

    Maybe at this point it would be better, easier on our hearts, to identify those, who by and through their public record of action, appear to be Patriots.

    And let the truths of these matters help sort things out between the Patriots vs the Traitors.

    Betrayal should not surprise any of us.

    But sometimes Patriots have to operate in Stealth Mode, too.

    Think of the Sanhedrin member Nicodemas, who came to visit Jesus under cover of darkness.

    John Chapter 3.

    Later, He was called out by his peers for his statement of oblique support for Christ; John Chapter 7:50:52.

    He only publicly ‘came out’ as a supporter of Christ, when he and Joseph of Arimethea came to take down the body of Christ and anoint his body with preserving spices, before formal embalming, because they had to pause everything for the Passover celebration.

    As a member of the Sanhedrin, his public absence would have noticed.

    Because under Jewish law he was ceremonially unclean for 7 days for touching a dead body…
    John 19.

    My point, and I think I have one, is there may be real Patriots doing real work to support the President, even risking real sacrifice.

    I hope real sunlight and Truth comes from the recent letters Senators Grassley and Johnson sent to several Executive branch entities. I am watching.

    I hope many others are as well.

    I hope for more sunlight and Truth may come from this letter, written by Senator Kelly Loeffler, and signed by 27 other Senators, holding the Planned Parenthood (?!?) accountable for many evils.

    Click to access DOJ%20Planned%20Parenthood%20letter.pdf

    For starters.

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    • Here’s my favorite.
      Galatians 61:7. Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows.The one who sows to please his sinful nature, from that nature will reap destruction; the one who sows to please the Spirit, from the Spirit will reap eternal life.

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  39. SD’s telling words – imho – are “who was whispering” in PDJT’s ear meaning the person is no longer there or PDJT knows who it is and is no longer listening to the individual.

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  40. avocadodipp says:

    ….And, worst of all, none of it could have been carried out if there was not someone very close to President Trump, someone very much participating with the effort, who was whispering in his ear about making appointments that were specifically designed to allow the effort to continue.

    Let me take a stab at a guess – who the snake is who has been whispering in the President’s ear:

    Senator Lindsey Graham

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  41. Tall Texan says:

    Priebus running as a swamp back channel to McConnell and the SSCI. And then it continued under Kelly.

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  42. Raffaella says:

    I have always suspected PENCE. These are some examples:

    1. He screwed up the transition process and recommended Sessions for AG position.
    2. He started the Gen Flynn controversy causing Flynn to resign.
    3. He screwed up the response to Covid-19 By putting Dr. Fauci on the task force team.

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    • dayallaxeded says:

      Indeed, what use has Coats been to We the People and Our Exec, VSGPDJT? Shouldn’t Coats have been able to do what Grinnell had to leave the German Embassy to get done? Shouldn’t Coats have been in a great position to root out traitors in the IC? Yet crickets!
      I never trusted Pence and do less now.

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  43. Blue Moon says:

    Pence is my first guess but then again I have to say Ivanka. JMO

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  44. Brian says:

    I pray it’s not Jared Kushner. If it is… well, what a mess is all I can say. How does the President fire his own son in law, even if he could be convinced that he’s the Judas?

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    • newtreeperpa says:

      Brian,
      Kushner should never have been there in the first place given the history of his family in NY. I have never trusted that he has the president’s best interests in mind, let alone the country’s. PDT SHOULD fire Jared.
      Could be a combination of McConnell and Pence. The only positive thing that McConnell has done is usher in 200 judges, openings which were purposely and purposefully left open by Hussein Obama so Hillary could fill them.

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      • Brian says:

        Hi newtreeperpa,
        I agree with everything you say about Kushner, but it would still be incredibly hard to fire my daughters husband. And that’s not even mentioning the Spectacle the Dems and MSM would make out of it. It would probably be best to privately give him the “I know it was you Fredo” talk and just ignore him from now on. Quick Q about Judges. Do you know who recommends the Judges the President appoints?

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    • threethreethreethistime says:

      I don’t think Donald Trumo would have any problem firing anyone, even his own son in law, if he needed to do it.

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    • avocadodipp says:

      Like this…

      YOU’RE FIRED!

      I hope it’s not Jared. I have been reading he is very liberal and has led Trump in to some areas, well, that was not good for Trump. Jared has seemed to do a lot of good for the country. We will soon find out.

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      • Judith says:

        I actually think Jared Kushner can be helpful to President Trump in this regard. He helps the President to navigate that no-man’s land between red and blue, extending olive branches to lure more democrats to the Trump train without deeply offending his base.

        President Trump’s popularity with women and people of color, especially Latinos, has only grown. This is unheard of for a Republican. And his base is as strong as it ever was. Trump is basically unstoppable at this point.

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