FBI False Dossier Talking Points Feb 14, 2018, to SSCI – Same Day As Andrew McCabe SSCI Testimony…

It would be an extreme long-shot if these two documented events were not analogous.

Senator Lindsay Graham asked today {Go Deep} who was the FBI official who delivered a set of false talking points to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI) on February 14,2018?

Now we look within the SSCI Russian Active Measures Report… [Page #10, Footnote #25]

[Source Document – Page #10, fn #25]

[Hat Tip DebateJudge] On the same day the false FBI talking points were used, FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe was briefing the SSCI.  Way too coincidental.  It seems almost certain McCabe was the one intentionally misleading the SSCI.

McCabe may have had someone with him, but records clearly indicate, despite his status of announcing his resignation on 1/29/18, Andrew McCabe was clearly at the SSCI on February 14, 2018 

UPDATE: TheWarEconomy Confirms (via supplemental)

Andrew McCabe (FBI) and Scott Schools (Main Justice) were at SSCI Feb 14, 2018.

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297 Responses to FBI False Dossier Talking Points Feb 14, 2018, to SSCI – Same Day As Andrew McCabe SSCI Testimony…

  1. Merkin Muffley says:

    If he skated once before, he’ll skate now.

    Liked by 6 people

  2. TarsTarkas says:

    Gee, a liar lying to a Senate Committee fully invested with believing and supporting the lie. Hudabelieveit!

    Liked by 23 people

  3. WhiteBoard says:

    oh Loook! the name of the previously referenced unknown FBI briefer to the Senate IS NAMED.

    i wonder how this works? 8/15 Do the RIGHT THING~

    Liked by 17 people

    • litenmaus says:

      Lindsey Graham needs to fire his Judicial Committee investigative staffers……

      Liked by 8 people

      • sickconservative says:

        Really don’t think Miss Lindsey want’s to at this point, just part of the swamp.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Trouble is they see only one another in the mirrors.
        LieEasy sees his hired hands reflecting they see him as McCains ghost

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        • littleanniesfannie says:

          Sort of the same vein as the SSCI wanting to punish James Wolfe for leaking classified information in violation of federal law? Only their strongly worded letter was in favor of minimal punishment for Wolfe. Doesn’t take a rocket scientist to recognize that signing off on that letter was self-confirmation of guilt of crimes that none of them wanted Wolfe to release (and he was rather bold in his assertion that he wouldn’t go down alone).
          In all of the District of Corruption, is there anyone honest and above reproach other than Donald Trump?

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          • readyandable1 says:

            After just watching Barr on Levin just now, I’m convinced the answer is NO.

            I was very disappointed in both Levins weak questions and Barr’s pathetic comments regarding “Conspiracy Theories” and “ making sure we can love to people with theories we checked them out.”

            In fact the whole thing sounded like he was speaking directly to Sundance and ridiculously that he thinks Sundance is stupid or something.

            I’m pretty convinced based on his comments tonight (including the whole not wanting to come off political , like he thought the last DOJ was… the whole BS we have to be better Schlick, ) we can forget any action outside Sundance’s phase two.

            Also today seems to make clear neither Bartiromo nor Levin are part of the alliance Sundance has put together; a shame really.

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            • WhiteBoard says:

              I will watch and comment later.

              Liked by 1 person

              • WhiteBoard says:

                disagree-

                Bar said we have carreerist and cowards that wont stand up. Showing he will himself.

                He said its a shame. he has the same grace period to do his job the way he says its done.

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            • DefenderOfTroyDonahue says:

              That Levin-Barr thing was the worst show since “Drat The Cat” closed on opening night. I didn’t know whether to scream at the TV or just take a nap.

              Barr described the workings of antifa in copious detail, but he never said what he was going to do about it … and Levin never asked him I’ve never seen Levin more torpid. Tom Fitton has been saying that the Durham investigation is going nowhere. After watching Bagpipe Bill tonight, I’m leaning toward agreeing with Tommy.

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              • grumpyqs says:

                I used to have some confidence in Levin and especially Barr, that something would EVENTUALLY get done by working thru every process they can dream up. Now, 4 years later, we still get stuff like this Schrage story and more Sen Graham lying. We do not have a functioning government!

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              • Stickboy says:

                “Barr described the workings of antifa in copious detail, but he never said what he was going to do about it … and Levin never asked him I’ve never seen Levin more torpid. Tom Fitton has been saying that the Durham investigation is going nowhere. After watching Bagpipe Bill tonight, I’m leaning toward agreeing with Tommy.”

                ____________________________________________________

                The thing is, just what is Barr supposed to say that would make people feel better? Should he spill his guts and let the other side know exactly what to do to counteract his efforts?

                If he did that, he’d be kinda stupid, I would think. Better to keep them in the dark. I don’t know if he’ll come through and deal with all the traitors. I didn’t like the look of the guy from the day he was appointed, I said then he was Swamp………I’ll be happy to be proven wrong and there’s a chance I will be.

                Fitton is effective at what he does, but I really don’t see why Barr or Durham would keep him in the loop. He does his thing, they do theirs……hopefully they’re all doing the right thing, nothing I, or most anyone else, can do about it either way.

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                • doyouseemyvision says:

                  Barr has had several months to do something pretty impressive with Antifa including funding and backers. Barr talks a lot, in fact too much, and has little to show.

                  It seems to me that anytime DOJ has taken some initiative such as on drugs and interdiction, it is because Trump has rammed a rod up their ass. I don’t see them doing anything on their own initiative. They are one of the most unproductive cabinets in the administration. Barr’s comment that he doesn’t want to appear political is just a cover for doing nothing.

                  Case in point is the recent arrests of the Ukrainian bankers. Rudy did all the investigatory work and handed it over. Barr didn’t have a choice but to move forward, which he was probably loathe to do.

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              • Azrajo says:

                I waited to see the interview all week. What a snooze.i found myself typing on my I pad through half of the program. Levin who usually screams on the air had his voice barely above a whisper. Very disappointing. Time to unleash the Crackens.

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            • YeahYouRight says:

              The “We’re better than that” stick is what got us here. Never any real accountability, since resigning with full pension has been punishment enough.

              Clearly, it never was. This all happened because nobody had any fear of real repercussions. If Barr doesn’t see that, then someone must have gotten to him, too.

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            • Peoria Jones says:

              Oh, no. 😦 Sorry to hear that. Was hoping something good would come from Levin’s interview of Barr.

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              • Bruno says:

                I would not expect Barr to announce strategies or indictments on Levin;s show. He expressed an appropriate disdain for leftists, antifa, the swamp and coupers. And re-established his firm belief in the rule of law, This was to help rehabilitate him in the public’s eyes after how he was treated by the Dem hearing before his next big moves.. I hope.

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            • Stickboy says:

              “Also today seems to make clear neither Bartiromo nor Levin are part of the alliance Sundance has put together; a shame really.”

              _________________________________________________________________

              Bartiromo has a contract she has to honor and it looks like Ryan is deciding who she interviews., and possibly what questions she gives them. I don’t know whether or not she cares about truth getting out…….she is after all a card carrying MSM member and currently none of them should be trusted. I wouldn’t expect to see that she teamed up with anyone without consent from the higher ups at Fox.

              I know nothing about Levin really, nothing against the guy, I just haven’t listened to him much. Though he did put that Fox guy in his place damn nicely a while back.

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          • warrprin1 says:

            Yes, annie, Ben Carson – and he’s not a politician either.

            Liked by 2 people

        • Jan says:

          But the really good news is that Grassley retakes the Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman post in January 2021 if the Republicans keep the Senate. He writes great letters but is a little slow on getting the response.

          Unfortunately, he’s over 80, so I’m going to have to criticize Grassley as much as I criticize Fauci for heading the NIH at age 80. It is time for anyone over 80 to retire.

          That’s not to say that we don’t need their advice or to know their experiences, ….but 80-Something’s worlds have totally changed, and they can’t keep up. (Well, maybe Pres. Trump can at 80). But I don’t want to hear from Hildebeast when & if she turns 80.

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    • FrankieZee says:

      8/15/20 better deliver, or else this is all a shit show. I wil lcontinue to pray to the Almighty that he gives us JUSTICE.

      Liked by 4 people

      • WhiteBoard says:

        8/15 is not what we want. 8/15 puts you in fight or freeze mode.

        we want Justice to be Blind.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Jan says:

        Gee, your positivity is underwhelming.

        Live your best life, FZ. If we lose in November, we will be tracked down like animals by our governors & mayors.

        We are going to need everyone to vote, NO votes for Democrats at all government levels. Not voting is a vote for all Democrats.

        So FZ, your choices are limited if you don’t want socialism, communism & fascism.

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  4. doofusdawg says:

    Wonder if Lindsey is still going to write his letter.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Right! POTUS is tweeting and re-tweeting Levin’s tweets! LOL!!

      Liked by 5 people

    • WSB says:

      I háve been hearing that only the riots will be discussed. I hope Levin asks more than that.

      Liked by 1 person

      • I’m sure Barr will stick to his script.

        Liked by 5 people

      • I Hear You Now says:

        WSB: Here’s description I see on Fox TV:

        Atty Gen Bill Barr discusses the police protests across the nation, the government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, and the Trump administration’s justice agenda.

        Liked by 3 people

        • WSB says:

          So there may be an inkling of hope!

          Liked by 2 people

          • WSB- I watched most of it and was not impressed. Very low key, both Levin and Barr.
            Sounded like two college professors having a nice chat.
            There is so much to be outraged about- no sense of that at all.
            Then again maybe I’m just jaded because I’m used to the non-stop action here at the Tree House Information and Intelligence Center.

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            • WSB says:

              Yes, on the fence about the stage whispers. Barr always philosophically says the right thing..

              However, what was Barr supposed to say at this point?

              Watched the Mooch on Steve Hilton’s show. Had to turn that off for awhile. The Mooch is just another one with criminal problems that he wants to keep secret, IMHO.

              Liked by 6 people

              • Tl Howard says:

                My gawd, he is such a mooch, but then, why didn’t our Donald know that?

                Liked by 2 people

                • WSB says:

                  Oh, I believe he did.

                  Mooch was brought in to the WH as a hatchet man, but he also has a hedge fund that PT might have enacted policies detrimental to Mooch’s income, so he has turned against our President. IMHO.

                  Liked by 3 people

              • MelH says:

                I thought Hilton a fool for letting scaramooch take over the show. I don’t think anyone could top that joker at being rude, crude and hugely unlikable. I was surprised he held his WH job 11 days. He is soooo incredibly arrogant!

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              • ILOT says:

                After the first 2 minutes of Mr. Barr covering how the “left” has disengaged and demonstrated dissent and hostility in their failed attempts to remove this President I drew one conclusion. If, given his own description of events Mr. Barr / Mr. Durham do not indict (at least some) they have no respect for the rule of law nor the Republic. Not only did he describe criminal wrongdoing but he described treachery at minimum that, in a Just nation can not stand – if that Nation has any hope of continuing to stand. I remain hopeful the gravity works in our favor.

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              • Jan says:

                I see no reason to watch Scaramucci ever. He was obviously a Never-Trumper & his drunken stupor got him fired because he was looking to trip up Pres. Trump w/o realizing he was making a fool out of himself by trying to set the trap.

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                • WSB says:

                  The Mooch was installed as a hatchet man. PT knew what he was doing.

                  The mooch started changing when PT went after China. Mooch is part of the swamp and his business was greatly affected, from what I had read.

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            • Daniel M. Camac says:

              ….Elder, Nah, your analogy of two “professors” having a nice chat pretty much sums it up.
              We aren’t jaded. We are informed thanks to Sundance and a small percentage of others who post here and actually research, explore and centrifuge out the BS from the truth.

              Barr is smooth as an AM crap after a night of beans and salsa.

              I, like many others here, am counting down the hour to 8/15/2020.

              BTW- I think you should file for legal ownership of the “Tree House Information and Intelligence Center ” slogan. It may mushroom into something even we wouldn’t believe possible.

              TRUMP 2020 KAG and the uninformed can stuff their Wuhan Virus fear porn up their “you know where”.

              Liked by 4 people

              • Daniel- thanks! Great comment.

                Liked by 3 people

              • zurizara1 says:

                AG Barr clearly stated his position – the law needs to be applied to everyone equally. With which part of this statement would you disagree? He also explains that the way it works, the investigating Prosecutor (i.e Durham or Jensen) presents his case to the grand jury, the grand jury indicts or not and the role of the AG is to review and accept or reject the recommendations. It appears to me that Durham has submitted several cases already for indictments and they are now in the hand of the grand jury. Do you suggest that the legal system be stood up on its end to satisfy our impatience?

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            • Bluto Ruffian says:

              @Seneca – Unfortunately Barr has a closet with skeletons also… Remember, Barr’s wife & Mueller’s wife do Bible study together (or at least they did when Barr was confirmed). Mueller was Barr’s Forever Best Friend and the ONLY reason Barr was confirmed.
              I guess we will see what happens when somebody opens that closet door…
              (I’m not raggin on Bill Barr BUT, EVERYONE in this game has something they don’t want you to know about…) Why would BHO & Moochelle throw away lifetime achievement in procuring law licenses? Open THAT door and you will be CRUSHED…

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            • Maybe they want to raid there houses in the middle of the night and not tip there hat. If they do I think they should let cnn film it.

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            • Maybe they want to raid there houses in the middle of the night and not tip there hat. If they do I think they should let cnn film it.

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      • Brant says:

        You know its bad when the topic to cover the real topic is riots, destruction, and mayhem.

        Liked by 8 people

      • De Oppresso Liber says:

        You are most correct…..nothing about the coup, treason, spying, etc…….

        Very disappointed —

        Liked by 7 people

      • tpwbama says:

        Very disappointed in that interview …why because they never discuss the WHY……why did FBI and Prosecutors try to destroy Flynn? Why were they going to great lengths to get rid of PT? THEY HAVE ALWAYS WANTED POWER….WHY THIS TIME DIFFERENT? This drives me crazy. One aspect that I did like is when Barr said that one of the good thing to come out of his taking the job….Was to see that PT was a good at his job and wanted to do right by the country. …my summary,

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        • WSB says:

          That’s it…

          Liked by 1 person

        • schizoid says:

          This time they got caught. That is the only difference.

          Like

        • azgulch says:

          Some days we are just fed shit.. We were shined on this morning, and bored to death this afternoon. Just live today as the best day of your life, because you can’t take it back.

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        • Jan says:

          When has any private person with enough experience & stature volunteered to become AG & clean up the DOJ/FBI? None that I know of.

          And yes, we have no reason to trust Barr. We would like all the coup members to be hung, at a minimum. Barr probably knows lynching is right now dead except for suicides.

          My point is I would rather align w/AG Barr than rely on the radical left & their unAmerican philosophies. I know the Left doesn’t have my best interests at stake.
          >

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    • Justin Green says:

      Can’t seem to find a place to watch it live, since I cancelled cable.

      But from the previews, they’re going to talk about a lot that ISN’T Obamagate.

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  5. WhiteBoard says:

    Scott Schools emails are FOIA’d here

    https://www.justice.gov/oip/foia-library/foia-processed/general_topics/actions_dag_appointment_mueller/download

    may 17. we got Rod’s

    its all public already – so you do the right thing.

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    • On my phone I cannot tell who you are responding to.

      Also, can someone inform me a little on Mr. Schools and his part in/against the coup?

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      • WhiteBoard says:

        Look at Sundance’s article – the pick of Boente and McCabe (i.e. scope of light on them to show coup – Fox and rabbit.)

        above that picture is an email that includes are quitter Mr. Supervisory FBI Agent in the email.

        And We still do not know who the SSA was that signed the first FISA on CARTER – its a complete Mystery =/ Do the right thing punks!

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      • somebody says:

        I don’t know if Schools was in on it from the beginning, he was retired and brought back to DOJ following the death of David Margolis.

        Margolis was the “Yoda”, the “Conscience” or the “Fixer” of DOJ depending on who’s talking. Margolis was there forever, in his position for decades. He was the highest ranking career employee and served multiple AG’s. Margolis kept the continuity of DOJ and was known to be eccentric. Schools was his understudy for years, but Margolis had no intention of leaving so Schools eventually retired. Margolis died in July 2016. Schools was asked to return to DOJ because he was the “only person” that could fill Margolis’s shoes, according to Sally Yates.

        Schools was around for most of the coup, certainly there for the FISA warrants. Whatever anyone at DOJ knew Schools knew. Schools was part of the cabal that convinced Sessions he had to recuse.. Schools left in July 2018 to become chief counsel for Uber.

        Schools was replaced by Weisenheimer from the NSD of DOJ.

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    • MelH says:

      Before tonight, have we ever heard of Scott Schools? He’s supposedly Rosenstein’s “right hand man.”
      Rod doesn’t act like he has a right or left hand man woman or child. “What? Me worry?”

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  6. TarsTarkas says:

    ‘FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe told the Committee that the weaponization of information from the DNC by the Russians was occurring “in a way that we’ve never seen before.”’

    Actually a factually correct statement. One that McCabe, Weissman, et all are very good at making to mislead. BUT TOTALLY INACCURATE!

    BECAUSE THE RUSSIANS WEREN’T WEAPONIZING IT! YOU WERE!

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  7. Shyster says:

    McCabe knows all about the SSCI Wolfe scam and the SSCI’s involvement so he won’t and can’t be touched….McCabe in the past threatened to take everyone down with him and that is why after committing perjury and 1001 violations he was still never charged or prosecuted….in D.C., what you know can sometimes be better than who you know….

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Is there any scenario where the Wolfe deal gets opened up again?

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    • Dutchman says:

      IMHO,
      The threat is to expose the REPUBLICON involvement in the coup.

      The active coupists, McCabe, Comey etc. are experienced swamp rats.
      They NEVER would have entrrtained doing this, unless they knew they had Republicons actively complicit, and therefore compelled to protect them, if anything went wrong.

      And, the whole excercise would be futile, without a guarantee Dems would have majority in the House, so they could INITIATE the impeachment.

      Repubs couldn’t be SEEN as initiating an impeachment against a Republican POTUS. Only Republicans could guarantee a Dem House majority, after the midterms.

      Obviously, Dems in Congress weren’t going to hold hearings to expose the coup attempt. The Swamp rats needed an ABSOLUTE guarantee that REPUBLICANS would block any attempt (like that by Nunes) to expose the coup.

      When you stand back and look at it in totality, the ONLY possible explanation for what we have all witnessed, for the last 4 years, is Republicons were behind the coup, coverup and ongoing undermining of PDJT.

      “When you eliminate the impossible, what you are left with, no matter how improbable (or unpaletable) MUST be the truth.”

      Its a bitter pill, and its sticks going down, but gotta take it.

      Mitch is the man behind the curtain, and its NOT “personal” its existential.
      HE is the ‘mastermind’ behind the coup.

      He needs to hang.

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      • deplorableintx says:

        Dutch, It’s almost like Paul Ryan was involved in planning this from the beginning, as he seamlessly turned over the House to the Demon-rats in 2018 to insure that the plan stayed on track.
        I got an RNC email from that guy today and it was all I could do not to throw the PC I was so pissed.

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      • Deborah D says:

        It sure is starting to look that way. Hey, they took out the Tea Party too — that should give us a big hint. We thought Republicans were patriots. The go-along to get-along attitude was just their way of always being on the Dem side. It truly sickens me. God bless our president. Please, Lord, keep him safe.

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        • Dutchman says:

          You can look at your enemies responce to an attack, as a way to discern where THEY percieve they are weak.

          And, after all, THEY often have a better perception of their strengths and weaknesses than you do.

          The Incumbents in the Uniparty fear very little. But they respond very strongly to primary threats.

          Take the Tea Party; it very publically stated its GOAL was to primary REPUBLICONS in leadership positions in Congress, and succeeded, with Eric Cantor.

          WHY would the OBAMA admin come to the rescue of REPUBLICANS in leadership positions in Congress?

          If you think in R vs D terms, Obama should have ordered the IRS to EXPEDITE the applications for tax exempt status, not slow them down!

          Having Republicon leadership primaried would cause chaos within the ‘enemy’ party, and create opportunities for Dems to pick up seats.

          IT MAKES NO SENSE that Obama admin would engage in using the IRS to illegally target the tea party, until you look at it from a UNIPARTY view, THEN it makes perfect sense.

          And, the hearings ON the scandal, which helped sell the blatant lie that this was a “rogue small group” was affirmed,….? BY the Republicons!

          Just as with the Benghazi hearings, the Republicons whitewash hearings aired the dirty laundry that was already out there, passed off a phoney narrative, exhonerated Obama admin of responsibility, AND CONCEALED THEIR OWN COMPLICITY.

          And the same thing has occurred with Muh Russia. Republicon leadership were primary participants in the coup, from DAY ONE; its the ONLY explanation that reconciles their behavior.

          The Coup attempt NEVER could have gone forward, WITHOUT an absolute assurance of Republicon Congressional leaderships active participation.

          HOW, in 2015 if your Brennan or Comey, do you have confidence the House will impeach? Dems can not give you that assurance,…only REPUBLICANS CAN.

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  8. Looks like 3 level kabuki, a game well known in DC and often employed with consistent success unfortunately.

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  9. Crusty says:

    I don’t understand why Lindsey needs to write Christopher Wray a letter to ask him who testified to the SSCI on Feb 14, 2018. Why not just take a little walk down the hall and ask one of his good buddies on the SSCI committee who testified ? It sounds to me like he is hoping that his letter to Christopher Wray will drop into the black hole at the FBI, and then everyone will forget that Lindsey ever sent the letter.

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  10. Clara says:

    So now we have McCabe dead to rights once again, caught in a boldfaced lie. Just think of it: Had he been charged and convicted (or reached a plea agreement) for his previous multiple lies to the FBI under oath, he would have spent but a very brief time in prison before being let out due to the Covid excuse. Now if he’s tried and convicted he will hopefully have nothing to save him from a long stint behind bars.

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  11. Shooter Six says:

    Never underestimate the value of flipping some of these participants, as some surely have – or the fear others have that co-conspirators may have flipped, whether they have or not. It’s always this way once the guilty hear the scaffolding being built … it concentrates their minds remarkably.

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    • Dutchman says:

      They will NOT flip, not ONE of them, so long as they believe they hold the “ace in the hole”; which is flipping on Republicon Congressional leaderships role.
      THATS what they threaten.
      THATS why Wolfes lawyer didn’t say he would subpoena Warner, or the,Dem Senators on the SSCI.

      He very explicitly said ALL the,Senators on the SSCI. It was a clear threat, and heard by those he was aiming it at,….and its the same threat Comey, McCabe, Stroxz, etc hold, which is why they are confident they won’t face Justice.

      Its NOT Obama admin they are threatening, they are all out of power.
      Its NOT Dems in Congress, they would get cheers from their base, for countenancing a coup, ….

      But not so Republicons in Congress.
      The Uniparty model would be destroyed, if it is exposed that REPUBLICONS in Congress initiated the coup, and have willingly participated since.

      THAT is the big ugly, that they are desperately trying to conceal.
      Just as they concealed in the Benghazi hearings, the Republicons complicity in supplying weopons to ISIS and Al Quada used to kill Americans.

      Just as they did in IRS/Tea Party hearings, concealing that that was at the behest of, and for the benefit of, the Republicon leadership who were being threatened.

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  12. MLK says:

    At the end of his interview with Maria, Miss Lindsey says he’s going to write a letter to Wray asking him to explain how he could send someone to mislead the Senate . . . .

    We know how, Wray was “recused” by the Special Counsel.

    Remember way back when Comey squeaking to Sessions that he had to tell the POTUS not to speak or meet with him directly?

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  13. MACAULAY says:

    Bless you for this one Sundance. Now, putting McCabe in with Clinsmith as a sure thing for Indictment…and I am certainly not doing it because Graham said whoever testified needed to go to jail.

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  14. Kathy says:

    Andrew McCabe announced his RETIREMENT on 01/29/20188 — not his resignation — which was scheduled to take effect on 03/29/2018. He was dismissed, however, less than 24 hours prior on 03/28/2018 — and later sued the DOJ and FBI for his pension. … https://www.foxbusiness.com/politics/andrew-mccabe-is-suing-the-fbi-doj-to-get-his-retirement-payout

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    • Kathy says:

      In other words, McCabe was still an FBI employee on February 14, 2018.

      Liked by 4 people

    • RIP_Bernell_Trammell says:

      “…and later sued the DOJ and FBI for his pension.“ Only to withdraw his lawsuit when news broke about the criminal investigation of the origins of the surveillance of the Trump campaign. One can hope McCabe experiences true justice.

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  15. uncreativ says:

    This is being promoted by Graham now. And it appears to be coordinated with the DOJ. Yes, Graham may be trying to provide cover for his pals in the Senate, but this release now suggests Durham is done with this aspect of his investigation.

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  16. okiedelta says:

    It’s like a public parade of potential state’s witnesses with the leading contenders jockeying for position. Durham and crew make the strongest case by using testimonial confessions from a key few who are close to the top of the pyramid.

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  17. Donata says:

    Alcatraz needs to reopen.

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  18. Jim Comey is a Weasel_Doug says:

    STFU about your stupid “letters” Goober. Walk over there and yank Wray out of his chair..
    “i’m goona write me a gosh darn letter and I’mma gonna really ask Wray some questions, that’s what I’ma fixin ta do”…..
    When your done, GFY Goober, ya useless turd.

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  19. I am confused. I was under the impression McCabe was fired for cause. How exactly did he resign?

    How is it possible he was doing any briefings of Top Secret info to the SSCI? Or is that SD’s point?

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  20. Justin Green says:

    Looks like the rats are scrambling, again, Graham included.

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  21. zucccchini says:

    Every time Graham, McConnell, any of those lunes start spitting out garbage as Graham did to Maria I email them. I explain to them in two sentences that the PUBLIC KNOWS, EVERYONE out here beyond DC KNOWS and we are voting with that knowledge.

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  22. Gary Pendergast says:

    Lindsay is the rat he was besties with McCain!

    Liked by 3 people

  23. Ausonius says:

    Concerning Scott Schools:

    Scott Newton Schools is an American lawyer who currently serves as chief compliance officer of Uber. Before joining Uber, Schools was the highest-ranking career civil servant at the United States Department of Justice, serving as Associate Deputy Attorney General. He has been characterized as “the most important unknown person in D.C.”

    It has been reported that Schools was a significant advisor to top political officials Sally Yates and Rod Rosenstein, and made a significant recommendation to dismiss James Comey.[

    Earlier in his career, Schools had served as U.S. Attorney for South Carolina and U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of California..”

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scott_Schools

    His earlier career:

    In October 2016, Scott returned to the Department of Justice in Washington as an Associate Deputy Attorney General. Prior to that, he had spent 18 years with the Department of Justice before joining the Charleston (SC) office of Moore and Van Allen in August 2013. From 2008 to 2013, he served in Washington, DC, as an Associate Deputy Attorney General. In that capacity, he provided advice and counsel to the Deputy Attorney General of the United States on issues ranging from complex criminal investigations and policy matters to professional responsibility, ethics, employment, and civil rights matters. Prior to joining the Deputy Attorney General’s office, he served as the United States Attorney in two judicial districts, the Northern District of California (2007-2008) and South Carolina (2001). For two years (2005-2006), he served in Washington as the General Counsel of the Executive Office for United States Attorneys, where he advised the United States Attorneys’ Offices throughout the country on employment and ethics issues. He served as the First Assistant U.S. Attorney in South Carolina from 2001 to 2004. While serving in various capacities in the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of South Carolina, he tried approximately twenty-four federal criminal cases involving public corruption, health care fraud, bank fraud, mail and wire fraud, narcotics conspiracy, and homicide, including two capital cases. In private practice, he represented individuals and entities in matters involving white collar crime, government regulatory investigations, and health care issues.

    See:

    https://www.pli.edu/faculty/scott–schools-27287

    (My emphasis above)
    https://www.pli.edu/faculty/scott–schools-27287

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  24. oldjunkfixer says:

    Miss Lindseed must be getting ulcers reading the feedback from today’s interview lol

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  25. islandpalmtrees says:

    Assuming this was a planned event “SSCI and FBI briefer on Feb 14, 2018”. Then the release of this document and Andrew McCabe’s appearance on Feb 14, 2018 occurred at some point before this event.

    So it follows, at what point did Andrew McCabe attend the SSCI before Feb 14, 2018?

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  26. AZMom says:

    So, FBI Director Wray arranged the briefing with the Chairman and Vice-chairman of the SSCI? According to Wikipedia, “After meeting with Director Wray concerning the pending OIG report on the 2016 leaks and a possible demotion,[44][45] McCabe announced on January 29, 2018, that he was stepping down as deputy director, effective immediately.[58] He then went on paid leave until his scheduled retirement date of March 18, 2018, his 50th birthday, at which point he would be eligible for a retirement pension.[59] McCabe did not lose his entire pension.[60][61][62]

    Doesn’t this directly implicate Wray? He arranged the briefing and then sent the guy who just “retired” from his position as deputy director and was on paid leave running out the clock so he could collect his full pension. He should be questioned about why he would send someone who he knew had lied under oath to testify to a Senate committee about anything.

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  27. bkeyser says:

    I made a similar observation at The Daily Caller earlier today, though I found five footnotes referencing McCabe briefing SSCI on Feb 1, 2018 in Volume I of the report, here: https://www.intelligence.senate.gov/sites/default/files/documents/Report_Volume1.pdf I can’t imagine Graham doesn’t know it was McCabe; guessing he didn’t want to say so on live TV. It increasingly looks like McCabe is going to be the fall guy, unless he starts singing like the proverbial songbird.

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    • Dutchman says:

      There will BE no “fall guy”, they are establishing the classic “SOG Defence”;
      Some Other Guy.
      Every one of the Conspirators blames one or more of the others.
      DOJ blames FBI, FBI blames CIA, CIA uses “incompetent but not CRIMINAL”, Senate says “they LIED to us”,…

      Classic criminal behavior, acknowledged by someone who WAS a ‘career criminal’ for a # of years.

      Currently, they are running these defences by US, …WE are the jury.

      If they can dazzle us with b.s., and continue to run out the clock,….see that NONE of the actors faces major jail time, which would cause said actor to reveal Republicon involvement, than they figure they can skate.

      If, on the other hand Republicon involvement is irrefutably exposed, than the protection of the actors presumably evaporates.

      And thats when it gets interesting,…

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      • borwarrior says:

        “If on the other hand Republican involvement is irrefutably disclosed, then the protection of the actors presumably evaporates.”

        Which is why Phase 2 is inevitable. Barr will not expose the Republicans. If anything he is protecting them.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Mitch confirmed his nomination, Bush reccomended. Duh, all you need to know.
          No, Barr/Durham was NEVER going to produce,..obvious the minute PDJT introduced the idea of “Durham report” that by that point, he knew Durham wasn’t going to indict anyone.

          Some have suggested someone will get “thrown under the bus”, but my suspicion is ALL the actives have decided “all for one, and one for all”; if even ONE gets the book thrown at them, they will SPILL.

          Hence we see NO action, even when the evidence is abundantly clear.
          Clinesmith, for instance. Or Comey for admitting leaking, etc.
          Its all or nothing, high stakes poker, …

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  28. Guffman says:

    Miss Lindsay “somebody needs to do something” or “I’m gonna write a letter” Graham.
    So sick of this deep state, in it up to his eyeballs, traitor!

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  29. Justin Green says:

    So Barr on Life, Liberty and Levin was a disappointment. Yes, yes, yes, this was all very bad. But, you know, evidence beyond a reasonable doubt is hard to come by.

    BS, Barr.

    Liked by 2 people

    • TarsTarkas says:

      Hence SD’s determination to stick the dynamite up the beast’s rear and light the fuse.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Well, AG Barr did not disappointment me BUT I never expected him to pull out indictments from his coat pocket either.

      Liked by 4 people

    • readyandable1 says:

      After just watching Barr on Levin just now, I’m convinced the answer is NO.

      I was very disappointed in both Levins weak questions and Barr’s pathetic comments regarding “Conspiracy Theories” and “ making sure we can prove to people with theories we checked them out.”

      In fact the whole thing sounded like he was speaking directly to Sundance and ,ridiculously, that he thinks Sundance is stupid or something.

      I’m pretty convinced based on his comments tonight (including the whole not wanting to come off political , like he thought the last DOJ was… the whole BS we have to be better Shictk, ) we can forget any action outside Sundance’s phase two.

      Also today seems to make clear neither Bartiromo nor Levin are part of the alliance Sundance has put together; a shame really.

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      evidence beyond a reasonable doubt is hard to come by

      That’s not what he said. Listen again. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BhHwm9Yr6jg

      He’s behaving responsibly. He said he doesn’t want to use the criminal justice system as a political tool or weapon. And he wants to have sufficient evidence that a crime has been committed, proof to secure a conviction, in order to indict. Nothing wrong with that.

      I don’t think any of us would be happy if Barr’s team sloppily indicted people and then those people fought their cases and won.

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      • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

        And by the way, I can’t believe that anyone is disappointed with this interview. He was as strong and blatant as can be. I have zero doubt that if the traitors did commit any crimes (please everyone remember that in order to indict there has to be some actual crime committed) there will be indictments.

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        • corvairfan says:

          For goodness sakes, they’ve clearly committed numerous crimes…leaking, perjury, security violations, 4th Amendment violations, FARA, campaign finance (HRC and Perkins Coie/Steele etc. Any of them could have been indicted 5 times over. If the other side can put a felony on Roger Stone and General Flynn, who were innocent, why can’t Durham indict those that are guilty as sin?

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  30. starfcker says:

    Hey Lindsey, your brakes is failing. No sooner did you proclaim your intention to write a strongly-worded letter, and the accelerating real-time nature of this thing ate you alive. In a matter of hours. Whoops. Best hunker down, boy. It’s going to get faster real quick. Best duck your fool head before some of your chirping catches up with you.

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    • starfcker says:

      Everybody’s going to try to spin their way out of this. From the small fry to the big and mighty. It ain’t going to work for everybody. That’s a guarantee. Probably won’t work for most of them. But give it a try, son. The alternative is a rope. Or taking it easy for the rest of your life on the balmy shores of Southeast Cuba in a dog kennel.

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  31. Bryan Alexander says:

    Folks, Barr will not discuss the specifics of an ongoing criminal investigation. Would be extremely foolish.

    Liked by 9 people

  32. corvairfan says:

    Just made a donation to the CTH. Take that Lindsey, McCabe, Stryzk and Comey and DS in general.

    If you’re sitting back taking all this in and the frustration is getting palpable, it will give you some relief. I’m sure this site doesn’t run for free.

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  33. thedoc00 says:

    It is as if not a single one of the buffoons involved from congress, FBI or DoJ have ever heard of the FOIA requests approved in favor of Judicial Watch. I tried to drop Ms Lindsey a note telling him he needs to google Judicial Watch and the e-mails but the message seems to have gotten lost.

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  34. Blind no Longer says:

    I hope it is McCabe. The crooked bastard threatened to take the whole FBI down with him, if he went down!!! DO IT ANDY!!!!!!! Your going down!!!!
    Wray should be walking out of his office in handcuffs!!!!

    The corruption is almost too much to take!!

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  35. “First we F McCabe – then we F the rest of them!”

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  36. Tparty says:

    Somehow, I knew this would have its own thread by the end of the day. Lindsey deserves the attention. Can’t wait for Mitches turn in the spotlight …

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  37. pattykins says:

    I watched the interview. For me, the jury’s still out on Barr. He did portray the Democrats accurately: how their ideology is their religion and they’re all in on that goal. He was measured in his tone and remarks. Should he have come out with guns ablazin’, which would only be used as fodder for the MSM who would say he’s lying because he’s Trump’s wingman? You know they’re going to do that anyway. The Dems are trying to impeach him now as it is. Why give them grist for the mill?

    Plus, why get ahead of Durham on a TV interview? We are all counting on Barr/Durham to break it all open. Time will tell if they will. If not, we have our own insurance policy.

    Liked by 3 people

    • lazyblackdog says:

      I thought he was treading extremely close to coming across as partisan. I think that was what he was trying to avoid while still describing his thoughts.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Dutchman says:

      Pattikins;
      NO, “WE are not all counting on Barr/Durham to break it all open.”

      Many of us have made logical, cogent arguments for why it was illogical to expect anything to come from Barr/Durham, and our accessments are being shown to be spot on.

      Liked by 2 people

      • pattykins says:

        Don’t take offense. It’s wishful thinking on my part, nothing more. Hope for the best, plan for the worst.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Dutchman says:

          Understood. Its just that there is a line between hope, and hope porn, and DENIAL.

          Its HARD to swallow the bitterest of pills, fully and re-orient our thinking to Republicons are my enemy, they are fully on board with taking my guns, “transforming” America, etc.
          They just LIE about it, is all.

          Better the opponent, sword in hand and bloodlust in eye, charging me intent on my death,…..
          Than the enemy inside the gates, who approaches me as friend, puts his arm around my shoulder and whispers kind words in my ear,….all as he positions himself to stab me in the back.

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    • Blind no Longer says:

      I watched hoping to get more Durham info.

      I had a different take on the interview. I felt better about Barr. His last comments about President Trump being a good executive and President, caring about people and the country, gave me hope that he actually respects President Trump, and wants to see justice for him and his supporters.

      I hope I’m right…but I have no illusions about people in positions of power anymore.

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      I thought it was a great interview. I appreciated that it had a philosophical tone. Barr was actually more aggressive than I thought he would be. I continue to have a good feeling about him.

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  38. Bogeyfree says:

    I’d love to know if Sundance thinks in the end Comey and McCabe along with maybe a few other FIB folks will be the extent of any possible indictments we see or if Durham has enough to indict people in DOJ, CIA and even Congress under some conspiracy charges?

    Also I’m curious what Sundance thinks about the Ukraine related raids and the DOJ seeking forfeiture of those two buildings and if this signals a possible path to indict some dirty hands in Congress?

    Just a little frustrated tonight thinking in the end we will only get some process crimes and abuse of power BS from Barr and Durham.

    I want them all to go down.

    Liked by 5 people

    • lotbusyexec says:

      I too want every rat bastard who participated in this coup or who illegally profited off the taxpayers backs of America to go down too!! I never want them to enjoy any freedoms again EVER! Cold anger has a way of hardening ones heart, it just does!

      Liked by 2 people

    • tpwbama says:

      Ah… but Barr has already said that just because there is abuse of power doesn’t mean they broke the law.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Dutchman says:

      “I caught them! I caught them ALL!”

      THE key to the Big ugly is Republicon Congressional leaderships involvement, from day one.

      If THAT is exposed, the protection the active participants now enjoy, evaporates.

      If it is NOT exposed, the swamp survives. Its really as simple as that.

      Its not about Comey, Stroxz etc.
      Its about McConnell and Ryan, McStain and Graham, Burr and Rubio, Thune and Barrisso, the Republicon Congressional leadership.

      Thats the key stone, that holds the whole swamp up. Remove THAT stone, by exposure, and the whole elaborate, stinking edifice comes tumbling down, and the swamp is drained.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Blind no Longer says:

        Yup. Members of your own party, actively colluding with members of the opposition party, to destroy your Presidency and remove you from office, is about as BIG and UGLY as it gets.
        Two wings of the same bird…

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        • Dutchman says:

          Almost the same thing happened, in 1964, except it was succesful.
          Goldwater campaign.
          Dems, Rockefeller Republicans, that we would call Rinos, the FBI/CIA bugged his plane, to listen in on strategy sessions.

          They used that info to feed a “gotcha” question to Barry, KNOWING what his answer would be, then released the most devastating political ad in history.
          30 seconds, shown ONE time, it destroyed his campaign.

          Point being, its been going on for a LONG time. THESE are the people that have been manipulating voters with “wedge” issues (to divide and conquer) getting us into senseless wars and destructive trade agreements, funneling our tax $ around the World for “foreign aid” and more $ for “military assistance” always taking a cut, of coarse, and turning public education into indoctrination, and media into propoganda.

          And trying to transform America into a Conmunist hellhole, so they could establish a ONE world Conmunist system.

          So, hows that Cold Anger? Getting a little hotter, now?

          I used to think the line ;
          “If you told me you were drowning, I would not lend a hand!” was a little,…HARSH.

          Now, if I saw that Mitch was drowning, I would lend TWO hands, to hold his head under till the deed was done.

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  39. hawkins6 says:

    How misled and uninformed would some of us be if sundance had not stepped up and committed himself to exposing the DS corruption and pressing for Justice etc. in the Last Refuge and Twitter?

    Liked by 5 people

    • readyandable1 says:

      It is my personal opinion Sundance deserves to have a monument in D.C. (or in each state Capitol) of the same grandeur as Lincoln, Jefferson or MLK! I mean this truly.

      There should not be one American alive or born from this day hence who does not know what he/they has done for our country; succeed or fail.

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  40. 63gordfa says:

    There is no way this labyrinthine tale of wrongdoing can be grasped by most Americans
    in the next 3 months. I have tried to explain the very basic points to my brother and he just
    stares right past me. His forehead might as well be a neon sign flashing, “DOES NOT COMPUTE.”
    And, of course, we cannot count on the MSM to report any of this without their own spin.

    Liked by 5 people

    • uncreativ says:

      I have the same concern. I’m able to just follow along, and I consider myself more informed than the typical layperson. Indictments (and convictions) will be the only thing the general public could quickly grasp.

      When sundance expresses shock at how key players do not follow all the threads, it does not surprise me at all. My work gives me practice in working on complex problems. I happen to be in charge, but I find many manager types unable to grasp complicated relationships. And in working with lawyers, I find only the exceptional lawyer is able to wade through extremely complex systems. The coup plotters had hubris as their weakness. They thought they could obscure what they did through complicated government machinations. They never thought public release of all this information would happen where someone like sundance could dig through it.

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  41. teeheeman says:

    The Big Ugly needs to happen soon or it ain’t gonna happen. I’m so so darn tired of being let down….

    I do admit to being intrigued by Trump’s comments in Cleveland on Thurs in front of Whirlpool “laundering equipment” just after a significant “business raid” took place in said city a couple days earlier. His speech comment that “he had some big enemies and that people may not see him for awhile” was pretty odd. The entire white house staff also assembled to see Trump off on Thurs morn before the Cleveland trip – VERY odd.

    Oh please, oh please…..the Big Ugly would indeed be Big and Ugly but we are ready for it…..

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  42. mtk says:

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2020/08/03/they-wont-like-full-sunlight-rod-rosenstein-edition/

    Revisit this blog post and absorb what Sundance is implying about willfull blindness. He states his view very clearly and up front. How quickly we have forgotten in the name of easy answers!!!

    Now ask… In contrast to Mr. Gramham’s statement of…

    “Senator Lindsay Graham asked today {Go Deep} who was the FBI official who delivered a set of false talking points to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI) on February 14,2018?

    Specifically, “The who was…” part!
    Yes, in fairness to Mr. Graham he is not on the SSCI committee, he is the Chairman of the Judiciary Committee.
    However nothing should be easier than for him to pick up the phone, and demand to know who is this person, in the Name of the Senate Judiciary Committee. That is if his anger at being deceived is real. Even if at the end of day he can’t legally disclose the ‘WHO’.
    Meaning specifically if the Senate wants to EXERCISE meaningful oversight over the Executive Branch of Govt.
    Then…
    The saying, “Elvis has the building” is #MoreOfWeKnow.

    Instead, all that the Senate Judiciary is doing is, “Circling the Wagons.” Thus providing more to the #MoreWeKnow.

    Certainly does not sound like a winning strategy.

    It is sounding more like the same power play that put the 2018 House into the hands of the DNC.
    The vacating of the RNC in the Senate to popular perception of we the Republican voters are going to speak to disenfranchise our own Swamp Critters. And we lost the ballot to DNC challengers.

    Just try to prove that reconning, in light of Cold Anger in Action. Actually that may be the most Truthful Reality underlining of, “How to steal an election.” Create the belief in our ranks, we are going to remove our own swamp critters.

    The similarities to counter-intelligence operations and political expediency are always based on getting FRIENDS to act against its own self-interest, and do it under the guise of saying, “Thankyou.”

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    • mtk says:

      We don’t need a Felix, we need Cincinnatus.

      Somebody, get me a straw hat and a donkey.
      (A Historical Allusions Not Shared by Pop Culture)

      #WeKnowNothingIsNotTheSameAsWeKnow.
      The #BigUglyFearIsDCFearNotOurs

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    • mtk says:

      IMHO, the kick the can clock has been calculated to inject the ‘Big Ugly’ disclosure into the 2020 Election.
      There are only so may days left to the so called
      90 days clock before an election for official action.

      So Be Strong.

      We need such rascals. I double dare the MSM to fight the good fight that this Russia Interfence.The hammer of Truth. #IsWeKnow

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      • TarsTarkas says:

        Sundance intends to explode the Big Ugly well before then, so there is time for people to comprehend the extend of the crimes and the corruption. I believe him.

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  43. WhiteBoard says:

    Read who drafted it

    Drafted what?

    the press release of Robert Muellers’s appointment.

    Why read it?

    It has Scott Schools name in it.

    Who the hell is that?

    A redacted name in a fisa?

    https://www.justice.gov/oip/foia-library/foia-processed/general_topics/actions_dag_appointment_mueller/download

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  44. j'accuse says:

    I am upset and perplexed as to why, four years since we were first officially told of Russian interference in the 2016 election, the American people still have not received a full and frank official briefing explaining the actions of government officials in 2016 and afterward. I hope Durham will give us such clarity even if doesn’t recommend criminal action. I feel it is critically important that we know before the next election

    Liked by 1 person

    • RIP_Bernell_Trammell says:

      “I feel it is critically important that we know before the next election“. We do know. And now they know we know, ergo, Lindsey Graham and others are doing their CYA dance.

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  45. Beau Geste says:

    To the extent that the illegal spying was used for financial profit, which may be easy to prove if the ‘about’ queries are, say, merger counsel, and there are recorded stock buys/sales, that is very easy for the public to understand and disapprove. Remember, they got al capone on income tax evasion. The end result of incarceration is the same. If samantha power or others listed as an unmasker of General Flynn:
    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/who-are-the-obama-era-officials-who-sought-to-unmask-michael-flynn
    also ever got a little stock info from other “about’ queries, that is good enough.

    Same with all the other coup plotters and power-hungry political critters. Given the tempting power, and the opportunity, (with the less-than-optimal ethics of politicians and DOJ/FBI/CIA personnel), the political spying is likely not the only ‘profitable’ use of the NSA database. Stock and other investment purchases/transfers/sales are necessarily well documented.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      for example, senator burr, who we think may be part of the coup or its coverup, had his cell phone confiscated, IIRC, perhaps relating to ‘investments’ based on classified info. That could be good enough to get rid of him, or help compel him to rat out the other senate intelligence collaborators.

      crooks are not usually crooked on only one specific occasion or one type of self-profiting crime.

      this is an advantage if durham is serious.

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      • doyouseemyvision says:

        The fact of the matter is DOJ is usually very protective and deferential of elected officials and appointed officials. I am not expecting anything. There is so much crime, fraud and felonies that surround us and DOJ continues to do nothing. In fact, DOJ seems to deliberately ignore everything around them as though there is some unspoken agreement between these groups there is nothing to worry about.

        Barr and Lindsey are trying hard to manage the fact that we KNOW while trying to give the appearance they are doing something. It’s easy to see.

        DOJ continues to be the most unproductive of Trump’s cabinets and the President and his supporters are beyond frustrated due to their complacencies and excuses.

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  46. Donna in Oregon says:

    Andrew McCabe, what a douche.

    Lacking candor = LIAR, LIAR pants on FIRE!

    NBC reporting: (aka Circle the Wagons)

    Internal investigation hits McCabe for misleading statements
    DOJ’s watchdog says the fired deputy FBI director wasn’t truthful about media contacts.

    (Not going to cite them no clicks for propaganda).

    Understatements and finagling. McCabe lost his pension due to ‘lack of candor’.. Big deal, he totally makes it up off what Hillary gave him and his wife. So Mrs. McCabe didn’t get elected. If Hillary could have bought her a personality she would have. But those we must be born with. Unless, of course, Oprah and millions are poured into your persona plus: years in the making, world-wide propaganda, a teleprompter, a weird, unknown name (Obama), supported by Iran, Russia, and China. Millions of $$$$ we don’t even know about went to all of them. Jobs with the media, jobs with Lawfare…..on and on..

    Clinton Ally Aided Campaign of FBI Official’s Wife
    Group linked to Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe donated nearly half a million dollars to 2015 state Senate candidate

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/clinton-ally-aids-campaign-of-fbi-officials-wife-1477266114

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  47. Kevin O’Shea says:

    I think Schools was also involved with July 2018 memo to Fisa court that said errors did not change the doj views on carter page

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