Igor Danchenko and a 34 Month Long DOJ/FBI Cover-Up Operation….

CTH friend, researcher and producer John Spiropoulos helps connect the dots within the operation to cover-up corrupt activity by James Comey, Andrew McCabe, James Baker, Christopher Wray, Dana Boente and the entire special counsel group.

In this video John walks us through the internal evidence showing how the FBI intentionally hid the statements by Christopher Steele’s primary sub-source Igor Danchenko.  The result…. a 34 month cover-up operation.

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Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham released the declassified documents on July 17th. [Thank You John Ratcliffe] The documents relate to how the intelligence apparatus conducted surveillance abuses against the Trump campaign in 2016; and ultimately the Trump administration after the inauguration.

The first document [Direct pdf here] is the Washington Field Office (WFO) FBI briefing summary of a three day interview with Chris Steele’s primary sub-source. The document is highly redacted, but we already know from the IG release what the total content of the briefing revealed. The first interview was conducted on January 12, 2017, during the transition period between administrations. The classification term “SIA” stands for Source Identifying Attribute.

Per Senator Lindsey Graham:

♦ This document not only demonstrates how unsubstantiated and unreliable the Steele dossier was, it shows that the FBI was on notice of the dossier’s credibility problems and sought two more FISA application renewals after gaining this awareness.

♦ The document reveals that the primary “source” of Steele’s election reporting was not some well-connected current or former Russian official, but a non-Russian based contract employee of Christopher Steele’s firm. Moreover, it demonstrates that the information that Steele’s primary source provided him was second and third-hand information and rumor at best.

♦ Critically, the document shows that Steele’s “Primary Sub-source” disagreed with and was surprised by how information he gave Steele was then conveyed by Steele in the Steele dossier. For instance, the “Primary Sub-source”: did not recall or did not know where some of the information attributed to him or his sources came from; was never told about or never mentioned to Steele certain information attributed to him or his sources; he said that Steele re-characterized some of the information to make it more substantiated and less attenuated than it really was; that he would have described his sources differently; and, that Steele implied direct access to information where the access to information was indirect.

In total, this document demonstrates that information from the Steele dossier, which “played a central and essential role” in the FISA warrants on Carter Page, should never have been presented to the FISA court. (Senate Link)

Here’s the FBI Briefing Summary: [Direct pdf Link]

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The inspector general already reviewed this briefing material and explained the content in the IG report on FISA Abuse in December 2019. Here’s the nub of that full review:

The aspect of the primary sub-source deconstructing and undermining the underlying material within the Steele Dossier is critical because ultimately the dossier underpinned the FISA application.

When you recognize the FISA application itself was based on a fraudulent premise; and you recognize the intentional ignoring of the underlying evidence; then the motive behind the FISA becomes clear. The FISA against Carter Page was used as a justification for surveillance of Donald Trump that had been ongoing by Obama intelligence officials.

This context becomes stunningly more important when you look at how the FISA was used by the Mueller investigation to continue its weaponization throughout 2017 and even into 2018. Remember, in July of 2018 long after the source material was debunked, the special counsel office was still telling the FISA court the predication for the FISA application and renewals was valid.

Drive this point home.

This is a key to understanding the scope of how weaponized the Mueller team was.

In July of 2018 the special counsel resistance group was lying to the FISA court in order to protect the cornerstone document that permitted them to weaponize the intelligence apparatus.

This letter was written July 12, 2018. It is NOT accidental that only a week later, July 21st, the special counsel released the FISA application under the guise of FOIA fulfillment.

Aside from the date the important part of the first page is the motive for sending it. The Mueller team running the DOJ is telling the court in July 2018: based on what they know the FISA application still contains “sufficient predication for the Court to have found probable cause” to approve the application. The resistance unit running the DOJ is defending the Carter Page FISA application as still valid.

On page #8 [Source Document Here] when discussing Christopher Steele’s sub-source, the special counsel group notes the FBI found him to be truthful and cooperative.

This is an incredibly misleading statement to the FISA court because what the letter doesn’t say is that 18-months earlier the sub-source, also known in the IG report as the “primary sub-source”, informed the FBI that the material attributed to him in the dossier was essentially junk.

By July 2018 the DOJ clearly knew the dossier was full of fabrications, yet they withheld that information from the court and said the predicate was still valid. Why?

It doesn’t take a deep-weeds-walker to identify the DOJ motive.

In July 2018 Robert Mueller’s investigation was at its apex.

This letter justifying the application and claiming the current information would still be a valid predicate therein, speaks to the 2018 DOJ needing to retain the validity of the FISA warrant…. My research suspicion is that the DOJ needed to protect evidence Mueller had already extracted from the fraudulent FISA authority. That’s the motive.

In July 2018 if the DOJ-NSD had admitted the FISA application and all renewals were fatally flawed Robert Mueller would have needed to withdraw any evidence gathered as a result of its exploitation. The DOJ in 2018 was protecting Mueller’s poisoned fruit.

If the DOJ had been honest with the court, there’s a strong possibility some, perhaps much, of Mueller evidence gathering would have been invalidated… and cases were pending. The solution: mislead the court and claim the predication was still valid.

♦ The FISA was also released in July 2018 in order to retain the false premise behind it. The copy that was released by the special counsel, through Rod Rosenstein, contained redacted dates because the special counsel needed to hide the fact the FBI (Washington Field Office) had actually used the FISA to catch a leaker of classified intelligence, James Wolfe.

Again, Wolfe’s story is the fulcrum…. tell that story and the House of Cards collapses like the Potemkin village it is. {GO DEEP}

The resistance lawyers in the Mueller team released the same initial FISA application (and first renewal) used to catch Wolfe; they had to release that specific March 17, 2017, copy. However, they had to redact the dates on the document they released because the dates were changed by SSA Brian Dugan to catch Wolfe.

The March 17, 2017, copy of the FISA, an FBI investigative equity, went into Main Justice with the leak trap visible. When the special counsel released the FISA application to Rosenstein for public FOIA fulfillment they had to redact the dates or people would ask questions about why this specific version had different dates than the original.

The March 17, 2017, copy of the FISA application is the only one to date that has been in the public sphere; including reviewed by OIG Michael Horowitz. That’s why when Horowitz originally released his FISA report, the OIG kept the dates redacted and only revealed them after the irrelevance of classification was pointed out.

The March 17th Wolfe copy of the first half of the full FISA application (original and first renewal), is the only copy that has ever been made public. If we were to ever see the modified and unredacted copy the FBI gave to Wolfe, the dates would not match with the actual dates of the application(s). The dates were used as part of the leak trace.

The Mueller team knew the explosive nature of the FBI investigation to catch the SSCI leaker. The Mueller team, with full control over Main Justice, was the group that buried FBI Supervisor Special Agent Brian Dugan’s explosive investigative findings.

Expose the conduct of this group and everything about the insurance policy falls into place:

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903 Responses to Igor Danchenko and a 34 Month Long DOJ/FBI Cover-Up Operation….

  1. marymorse says:

    Dugan gets a copy of the FISA from the court as a benchmark document for his investigative file.

    Dugan alters the document for his leak trace investigation. Puts it in his investigative file, along with the original.

    A copy of the altered document replaces the original in the CH file? that’s given to the SC?

    Who at FBI/DOJ leaked the highly secretive document to SSCI, and to whom? Burr, Warner, both?

    Rosenstein and Wray were made responsible for the investigations with oversight from a new unit (Dugan?).

    The FOIA is a separate issue. That request would be directed to the records access officer for the FBI/DOJ, who would direct the request to the appropriate unit for response, and redaction, I believe. This was ultimately referred to the SC for redaction and response, apparently.

    Leadership at FBI/DOJ gave a heads up to SSCI about the leak investigation.

    FBI told Wolfe that leaks were being investigated, and gave him about six weeks to do his thing before formally interviewing him.

    Now it appears he was being watched the entire time, as well as his co-conspirators. Everyone thinks the investigation was buried by Rosey and Wray, which it likely was; but what about the new unit with oversight responsibilities that Sessions announced on Aug. 4, 2017?

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    • Angus says:

      Why are you trying to solve this still?

      Logic dictates Sundance already knows.

      Note:

      Wolfe IS the SCIF.
      That’s where documents go when senators request them.
      Not without say so.

      Does FBI deliver classified docs usually?
      Idk
      Do they have special couriers? Not that I know of.
      How did SSA get inserted …. idk
      We aren’t supposed to know these things.
      Sounds like we are lucky he did.

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  2. tingtongwong says:

    Lindsey Graham always knew the dossier was BS because his work sife John McCain was in on the whole attempt to take Trump down. Lindseyshould gets an academy award for his performance as the grand inquisitor while knowing all the answers ahead of time.

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  3. RAC says:

    I feel like I’ve time traveled 50+ years and am back in school. All the rest of the class has got it, understood and moved on to the next lesson. I’m sat there wondering if a chapter got ripped out of my book, or I missed the first reel of the film.
    Yesterday struggling against scripd I was searching for a proper pdf of the FOIA FISA release.
    The first half dozen returns were useless (scripd) and the first proper downloadable pdf was…..from the fires of Mordor, Lawfare……….

    https://www.lawfareblog.com/document-justice-department-releases-carter-page-fisa-application

    Now I don’t know whats going on because that’s the June 2017, third renewal application.
    If they’re lying (take a screen shot) they’ll crash along with the rest of them.

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    • litenmaus says:

      *https://vault.fbi.gov/d1-release/d1-release/view [remove *]

      I always hated it when the dog ate the main chapters….hope this helps :0)

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      • RAC says:

        Thanks, only just found your reply now. Been having a good look at it and think all my shots on this subject, this article and previous ones also, have been misses, and wide misses too.

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    • Who is Quinta Jurecic, and why is she saying all those terrible things about President Trump?

      Couldn’t help noticing that Quinta Jurecic appended her name to the Lawfare item linked above. But good luck finding any background info on her, other than the fact that she is “managing editor” of the Lawfare Blog and a former editorial writer for the Washington Post. The following are excerpts from one such guilt-by-accusation “editorial,” published in the Post on 10/10/17, are even more wickedly transparent now, when viewed in retrospect.

      Ms. Jurecic wets herself doing the Devil’s Work. She’s a Kamala Harris type, who awards herself points for being deviously clever. For her and her ilk, “Truth” is just a tool: an expedient fiction they invent and assert to inflict maximum “Justice” against their adversaries. To wit:

      “Trump’s disrespect for institutions is also a disrespect for the moral systems they represent. His repeated efforts to interfere with the independence of the Justice Department are a declaration that right and wrong, legal and illegal are whatever he says they are. This stance is an outgrowth of his flexible relationship with truth — his willingness to say anything and contradict himself moments later, with no expectation of consequence. Mueller is an avatar of our hope that justice and meaning will reassert themselves against Trumpian insincerity …

      “There’s no way of knowing how long his investigation will take and what it will turn up. It could be years before the probe is completed. It could be that Mueller’s team finds no evidence of criminal misconduct on the part of the president himself …

      “… it is a mistake to conflate whatever legal wrongdoing the president and those around him may have engaged in with Trump’s even more profound failures of morality and leadership. The horror of much of his behavior is that it may be well within the law and presidential authority — and yet entirely unacceptable.

      “This is true both for his more egregious actions, such as his dismissal of Comey, and his less consequential but still discomfiting behavior, such as his inability to display the bare minimum of empathy for hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico. When viewed in the context of Trump’s other actions, Comey’s firing may raise the question of obstruction of justice. But on its own, it’s no more illegal or unconstitutional for the president to fire the FBI director than it is for him to toss paper towels to hurricane victims.”

      Then there are these comments, which Lawfare’s wordsmith shared on an “I’m Quinta Jurecic … ” thread on Reddit:

      I find it very interesting how people tend to read Trump as “queer”—that is, a little off, a little outside the norm, a little uncomfortable … I think these ways of talking about Trump are a way of expressing an understanding of him as deviant, “other,” not-quite-right …

      ” … there is certainly a homosocial aspect to how Trump seems to engage with the world; but at the same time, this vision of him as queer does link queerness with deviancy and otherness. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that Mueller and Comey are both straight white g-men with wives and families.

      “This was fun, all! Thanks for having me. Dasvedanya!” (phonetic, Russian for “Goodbye” or “Until We Meet Again.”)

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  4. pristach says:

    Don’t think for a minute that Comey, McCabe, Boente et. all BELIEVED that they were participating in a conspiracy. To them, it was business as usual. In fact they thought it was their duty, their obligation to A Higher Loyalty.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      The ends justify the means in their minds, they are so delusional.

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    • Will Hunt says:

      This, of course, is the “Hillary Defense” – the intent is all that matters. In the eyes of their Main Justice compatriots their “intent” was supremely valid.

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      • sparel says:

        Yes sir. Now you really have it. Comey used the word ‘intent, for Hillary to escape, so he could use it in the future to cover their tracks. After all, we are FBI, we meant well, to protect America from its own citizens.
        This will be their shibboleth of protection……intent, intention, and intended.
        Thus, they walk.

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        • readyandable1 says:

          Nah, the evidence clearly shows their intent was criminal in nature. That’s what is so revelatory about the the “Wolfe Fulfrum”. If you have good intent, you don’t ignore exculpatory stuff again and again and again.

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          • Talk to the hand Progs says:

            Exactly Readyandable1! The prosecution of General Flynn on trumped up charges, and the withholding of exculpatory evidence, is all you need to know to determine the SC intent. The letter to the FISA court, and everything else just confirms their criminal activity.

            The are guilty as hell and no amount of self serving justification is going to change that fact.

            I really hope they have the goods on a conspiracy that includes the MSM participants, so when they start running cover for them, the hammer comes down on their heads with indictments of the participant and the corporate entities.

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          • Will Hunt says:

            so was Hildabeast’s intent… clear and unquestionable… and the relevant statute SPECIFICALLY proscribes consideration of intent.

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        • CC says:

          Not so fast….first of all, he/they may “try” and use the worn out idea of “intent”….However, one must remember….WE KNOW! WE KNOW, spread it far and wide, Treepers!

          So maybe Comey can “try”….

          That beacon of light begs to be directed, appropriately. Sybil Ludington is awaiting the call….

          And must continue the fight.

          Its like when the cop pulls me over and asks “did you know you were speeding?”….Generally, we all know how THAT works out for us, the unwashed masses…irregardless of our “intent” or knowledge of speeding, to not speed or break any laws…..we still get a fine. And a hefty one!

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    • mikeyboo says:

      I think they knew quite well they were conspiring AND breaking laws-hence the need to keep it secret.

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    • rickinhouston says:

      Nope.

      When they had NO evidence to get rid of the President they knew they had to fabricate it. They had to entrap someone and squeeze them to lie.

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  5. saywhat64 says:

    Obama’s “get the right people on this” equals Mueller’s gang…

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  6. Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

    President Trump should tweet this video!

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    • Peoria Jones says:

      That would do it, ha!

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    • Bubby says:

      I sent him a copy.

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      • Bubby says:

        I forgot to reference Sundance after the quotes. Hope he doesn’t hold a grudge!

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      • Armchair Qusrterback says:

        What I conclude from watching the video is the illumination or birth of the plausible deniability theory that allows all players upstream to claim it. The fact that absolutely no one from that point forward felt inclined to dig in and verify the work of the level before it is astonishing and; would seem to me, deliberate. It looks to me like we are going to need our Jack McAffery moment (think A Few Good Men) at this point to resolve this!

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      • Armchair Quarterback says:

        What I conclude from watching the video is the illumination or birth of the plausible deniability theory that allows all players upstream to claim it. The fact that absolutely no one from that point forward felt inclined to dig in and verify the work of the level before it is astonishing and; would seem to me, deliberate. It looks to me like we are going to need our Jack McAffery moment (think A Few Good Men) at this point to resolve this!

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  7. EDINK says:

    The picture is begging for a name…
    “Mueller Pinwheel of Corruption”

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  8. Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

    I think it’s so important for everyone to remember that these traitors were “investigating” a Presidential candidate who had a good chance of winning. This wasn’t just some average person. It was the person who was likely to become the President of the United States EVERYONE in the traitor group knew EVERYTHING. Didn’t Strrzok or Page write “POTUS wants to know everything we’re doing”? So even Barry was in on it.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      who had a good chance of winning s/b who had every chance of winning

      He was already WINNING. He won everything in his way. Cruz cheated in Iowa. There was no reason he was not gonna’ win the whole shebang. ILLary was never ahead of him, nor were any of the 16 Rs running behind him. That was all fake polling, just like the fake dossier.

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    • Rileytrips says:

      I think it’s even more important for people to realize that this fabricated lie was pushed to surveil the acting, elected President of the United States…AFTER his inauguration…not just the candidate, not just the incoming President.
      That is even more damning! That is what makes it a seditious/treasonous crime.

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  9. railer says:

    The best thing about our host’s hard work is that it opens the door and “socializes” a prosecution of the conspirators. NOBODY would have believed that could be contemplated, even just a few weeks ago. I truly thought it to be impossible, and that Barr and Durham and the DoJ would bury all of this.

    In industry, I’ve seen managers talk about taking an idea or concept and “socializing” it. You get the professionals involved in the idea/concept and they work it around various functional groups to draw reaction and elicit responses informally. It’s not yet policy, so it isn’t being implemented, but it’s being talked about by all the right people. These people can provide ground up pressure on decisionmakers who can eventually make the idea/concept a firm policy, if it passes muster. “Socializing” is merely harnessing organizational behavior to an end.

    That seems to be what our host is doing, “socializing” the ideas and concepts here. And from that can come real investigations and prosecutions, I now believe. Even the big boys and girls. If we get even one prosecution started, the conspirators will eventually be rolled up. Wolfe was ready to rat out Burr and his SSCI buddy, and you can bet any of Clapper, Rice, Brennan, Comey will do likewise.

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    • cboldt says:

      Government of the people and by the people, yep.
      Depends on a critical mass (by no means a majority) of the people.
      As for Wolfe, he can be compelled to testify, especially now that he has a form of immunity via his sweetheart plea agreement. Jail him for contempt if he does not testify, he has traded his privilege to not testify for immunity.
      Like the too clever by half DACA order from SCOTUS can be used to strengthen Trump’s unconstitutional orders, Wolfe’s plea deal and sweetheart immunity can be used to go after members of the SSCI that the plea deal was designed to protect. Conspiracy to disclose classified information.

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      • railer says:

        Now those are some serious 4D chess moves you’re talking there! Trump really must be a genius, because I think you’re right about those moves, and he’s set the table beautifully for them.

        A flagrantly unconstitutional DACA opinion used to support practical but unconstitutional executive orders today? Genius. Politically and electorally devastating. Will force political action likely.

        Wolfe’s get out of jail free card revoked and he goes Sammy the Bull on the SSCI? Genius. Politically and criminally devastating. I’m hearing cell doors clanging in my head now.

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      • Joyce M says:

        cboldt: Don’t forget Wolfe threatened to subpoena the entire SSCI in his defense. I believe there was some speculation at the time that he was told/authorized to leak to the journalist but don’t know if anyone attempted to follow up on that.

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      • Will Hunt says:

        The only thing that exceeds their stupidity is their arrogance and hubris

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    • Ivan says:

      Actually, if you read Scott Adams’ analysis, that’s exactly the purpose of many of Trump’s tweets. It might be worth explaining this to friends or acquaintances in the “yes, but I wish he wouldn’t tweet so much” crowd.

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    • LafnH20 says:

      Railer…. Well Said.

      When I was reading…

      “In industry, I’ve seen managers talk about taking an idea or concept and “socializing” it. You get the professionals involved in the idea/concept and they work it around various functional groups to draw reaction and elicit responses informally. It’s not yet policy, so it isn’t being implemented, but it’s being talked about by all the right people. These people can provide ground up pressure on decisionmakers who can eventually make the idea/concept a firm policy, if it passes muster. “Socializing” is
      merely harnessing organizational behavior to an end.”
      … I thought of the our “Making Legislation” process. The Special interests Groups, Lobbyists, Global Corporations and Big Donors, et al., “Socialize” the legislation they not only prefer, but they themselves have hobbled together to enrich themselves at the expense of American Citizens.
      They use a process much like you describe, only, they use Politicians & $$$$$… lots of $$$$ (the cost of doing business)
      The Special Interest Groups, Lobbyists, Global Corporations and Big Donors…

      Are “merely harnessing organizational (Politicians) behavior to an end.”

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      • railer says:

        Very insightful comment. I used to be against campaign finance reform, on libertarian grounds, but it seems obvious that politicians are being bought and sold so something has to be done to stop that and give the People a real voice.

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  10. cboldt says:

    Yep. FISA abuse is bi-directional. Looking backward it serves to hide the illegal snooping that preceded applying for the warrant, and looking forward it serves to justify the appointment of special counsel and maintenance or a corrupt undertaking to resist the transfer of power. That forward looking part is understated because resisting the transfer of power aimed to do so by abuse of legal and quasi-legal process (impeachment) to remove a president who had done nothing wrong.
    They hope that all of this can be kept under the umbrella of prosecutorial and investigatory discretion. That said, the coverup signals awareness of guilt.
    Let the sunshine in!

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  11. Cueball says:

    Barr / Durham will not do anything by Friday . Clear up your Friday night to read SD’s doc drop .

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    • FrankieZee says:

      And they might not do anything after Sundance releases his information Friday night. These people don’t give a rats ass what we think or believe. And can you blame them, for what have we done to fear us?

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      • cbjoasurf says:

        Nothing YET

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      • Betty says:

        We are the People mentioned in the “We The People” document – we are not at their mercy – THEY ARE AT OURS.

        Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia ruled in the landmark case of United States v. Williams, 112 S. Ct. 1735, 504 U.S. 36, 118 L. Ed. 2d 352 (1992), that:

        “…the grand jury under our Constitution does not belong to any of the three branches of government, but instead to We the People. As a result, the citizenry are empowered to empanel grand juries, indict, try, convict and mete out sentences for those accused of crimes.

        https://www.newsmax.com/larryklayman/grand-jury-justice-mueller/2018/04/24/id/856407/

        Every County in these six States: Oklahoma (77 counties), Nebraska (93), New Mexico (33), North Dakota (53), Nevada (16), and Kansas(105) allow citizens to circulate a petition to order a Judge to impanel a grand jury. We could swamp them with 377 Grand Juries all across the heartland.

        PS – I wish I could make what Justice Scalia wrote ten feet tall and bold and with arms so it could reach out and swat people who think we do not have the tools we need to reclaim our Republic and enforce equal justice under the law.

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      • Will Hunt says:

        really they fear nothing. They are Zen masters at twisting both the literal meaning and intent of the statute to meet their desired outcome.

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      • CapeCodPatriot says:

        ^^^This!! They will do nothing, and we should expect to move to next phase as ACTION will be required.

        This interview should be mandatory viewing and will boil your blood. NO COLD ANGER.

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        Hugh Hewitt Clashes with Sen. Ron Johnson on his Committee’s Failure to Subpoena Witnesses

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    • readyandable1 says:

      If I understood correctly, we don’t get anything until Saturday. Friday is when his “alliance of media people” get the name.

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    • gary says:

      the fact that none of my predictions has come true is merely proof of my farsightedness.

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  12. SMR says:

    Bottom line : Iron clad proof that Billary, the bamster and the democrats colluded with the Russians to overthrow the US government. Not complicated.

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    • Betty says:

      In my limited view, England, Australia and Italy may take a big precedence over Russia, Russia, Russia. when it comes to colluding with the Uni-Party, the DOJ/FBI, the State Department along with the Ambassadors, any other agency who felt like putting an ore into the water, and last but not least ALL 17 Intelligence agencies.

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  13. Ausonius says:

    Hugh Hewitt just grilled Senator Ron Johnson about the lack of action by the Republican Senate on exposing the coup d’etat. The Senator had all kinds of excuses about why the Republicans have failed 100% to expose the actions of Comey and Company: the saddest excuse was the Wuhan Flu!

    Johnson kept talking about not wanting a “show trial” and Hewitt said that was not the question: expose the coup’s plotters! Documents do not matter to the public, said Hewitt, but a succinct question-and-answer video exposing Comey et al. would help the cause of justice. Johnson kept stuttering his excuses about how “some Republicans” are cautious about that and Hewitt demanded their names, which Johnson refused to give.

    Hewitt at the end was nearly shouting: “I want to know when Comey will appear before the Senate committee!!!” He then said the Republican Senators need to apologize to the American people for their lack of action and are in danger of losing the Senate because they have done nothing.

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    • Ausonius says:

      One of Hewitt’s analogies: The Democrats play fast-ball hard-ball, and the Republicans are playing underhand, slow-pitch softball.

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    • borwarrior says:

      GOP is impotent.

      They will not expose anything as it will boomerang on them and they will be exposed for being complicit in the schemes and cover up.

      So what do they do – Kabuki theatre!
      We will investigate and have hearings and poke along the periphery, never probing, never penetrating into the deep recesses of the corruption!

      9/11, Benghazi, IRS, FBI records, U1.
      We have seen this dance before.

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      • cboldt says:

        Reveal the evidence that SSCI had in its hands, that shows it knew there was no predicate.
        Use “what did you know and when did you know it” on the so-called watchdog.
        Sunlight baby! If Congress resists, accuse them of coverup. It’s a fair accusation.
        And too, what’s up with their years of patience faced with unanswered demands for information from FBI. YEARS!
        We all know they don’t want the public to have access to the answer.

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    • cboldt says:

      Heh. A bit out of character for Hewitt.
      And too, the “but special counsel” excuse doesn’t fly when Congress knew special counsel had no predicate and was itself a corrupt undertaking aimed at removing POTUS via perjury trap or obstruction trap. If you know SC is a corrupt undertaking, and stand silent 9even using it as an excuse to not act), then you are complicit, misprison of felony sort of thing.
      It’s not just a hardball/softball thing. There is a reason for the softball, and the reason is guilt, not lack of zeal. The softball is intended to conceal the guilt with an appearance of give a damn.

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    • DefenderOfTroyDonahue says:

      It’s imperative that we get Fightin’ Roy Blunt involved. I know he’s very busy writing op-eds, writing blogs, doing TV interviews, conducting hearings, and 24/7 defending President Trump. But workaholics like Fightin’ Roy can always find time to squeeze something else in. The old saying: “If you want to get something done, ask a busy man to do it.”

      And if worse comes to worst and we can’t get Fightin’ Roy, let’s try to get Mad Dog Mike Enzi on the case. We have so many assets, let’s use them!

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    • convert says:

      Yaasss! I pray that a few of these lying, backstabbing, hypocritical, greedy, worthless pos get a clue and start doing their jobs!

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      • cboldt says:

        I hope they are forced to resign.
        They are complicit in stifling the transfer of power. It’s not the government system that makes a government into a banana republic, it is the people in power that make it so. Abuse is the active form, and dereliction is the passive form mastered by Congress.

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    • Blue Wildflower says:

      If Senator Johnson and Lindsey actually ask the questions they should ask and reveal the truth the Mueller group may say, “American People, let us tell you about the Senate and House and tell you what they have been up to.” I think we have corrupt people investigating corrupt people. This a circle that never ends!

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      • cboldt says:

        I think we have corrupt people investigating corrupt people.
        That’s exactly what we have. The so-called checks and balances is just turf war between three branches, all of which are aligned against the people.
        It’s going to become uncomfortable when the people wise up, and the sooner the better.

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        • mikeyboo says:

          cboldt-I generally agree with your comment but we have also seen a few valiant people push the truth-like Jim Jordan, Devin Nunes, Mark Meadows and the rest of the Freedom Caucus. It is crucial that we acknowledge these intelligent, brave people who refused to kneel before the go-along to get-along crowd.

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        • LafnH20 says:

          The definition of the majority of Congress….

          A bunch of people standing in a BIG Circle shoving Money into the pockets of the individual in front of them.

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        • tpwbama says:

          Democrats don’t care if its corrupt people investigating corrupt people….as long as they are all against PT…..have to drag the media lies into it……that all the things said about PT were lies and propaganda.

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    • Peoria Jones says:

      Thanks for this. I noted that PDJT was on with Hewitt yesterday, but my showtime must be an hour behind yours – so I’ll be listening for this exchange!

      Hewitt is friendly with all the swamp monsters, so for him get like this…EVERYBODY KNOWS. He used to be Never-Trumpy, but conducts a quality program and is quite enjoyable now.

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    • bessie2003 says:

      It’s interesting that this morning, Aug 12, Senator Ron Johnson was on Maria Bartoromo’s morning show – and it’s like he got the message, and appears (guess we will know if it’s for realz) to now be with the program. Hopefully someone will be able to find his appearance this morning and post it; am curious to find out what others think, has he had a come to Jesus moment, and is willing to do the work necessary, or just more word salad. My impression is he got the message, and to save himself he needs to now follow through.

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    • Will Hunt says:

      Barr et al have known from the outset that the quickest, easiest most efficient method for getting to the truth is to start at the bottom and work your way up – just like a RICO investigation.

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  14. Grant Hodges says:

    Democrats believe they have a right to win. Always. Anything that contradicts their right to win is illegal. Whatever it takes to make them win is legal. Now, shut up and sit down.

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  15. Rock Knutne says:

    Darn. Can’t I ever just wake up one morning to a headline that reads:

    FEDS Crash Virginia Residence at 3 AM Drag Weismann Out

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  16. iwasthere says:

    At this point, I would like the know the reach of the Carter Page warrant. Remember this is a counter-intelligence warrant which assumes that Page is using tradecraft to hide his activity. We know it’s at least 2 degrees from the subject (so everybody in Page’s contact list (1st degree), plus everybody in those persons contact list (2nd degree). It’s safe to assume this reached at least Clovis, Steve Bannon & Paul Manaford, does it include Ivanka, Jarrod, Melania, Donald J. Trump, Flynn, Sessions, etc. maybe even Barron the under age child, how about every member of Mara Largo? Certainly includes some big donors. Obviously, once caught in the web, this includes all calls, texts, emails, CC transactions, etc, in other words “Obama tapped my phone.” Question 2: So how many FBI agents/contractors were sifting over these records? 10, 20 . . . 50? This is quite the skunk works here people. Question 3: Was “room audio” deployed (it’s certainly authorized by a CI warrant, remember assume tradecraft in use) that’s a so called ‘pin hole’ bug in a room or those laser gun room taps from a distance. How many rooms were wired for audio? Does it include Trump tower? The residence? The Trump jet? Bannon’s car? Hotel rooms? The convention? Question 4: Was video and photo surveillance deployed? If so how many agents were involved? Question 5, what’s an operation like this cost? Where did the money come from? Who signed off?

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    • DefenderOfTroyDonahue says:

      I asked similar questions earlier in this thread. Why do all the stories stop with how they got the warrants? What did the traitors ACTUALLY DO with that power?

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      • railer says:

        The spied on the entire Trump campaign, for one.

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        • iwasthere says:

          My point being the scope of the spying is getting lost in the noise of the ‘warrants.’ It’s like we are sucked down the rabbit hole of the ‘limited hangout’ of the FISA warrants. If you want to engage the public attention again – expose the massive scope of the operation. Ratcliff can publish just a number like 350 individuals we spied on, 10,000 emails reviewed, etc etc. and I’m not talking about team Mueller, i’m talking before team Mueller. Have a web site under a FOIA exception, where in you can put in your name and SEE whether you were caught in the web of surveillance. BTW, I’m glad the video is saying ‘spied on team Trump’ and not Carter Page. Carter Page is nothing and never was anything but a toe hold for the larger surveillance effort(s). And further IMHO, the most interesting question is Why? Why? so desperate to get the bogus FISA warrants? IMHO, it’s the ‘insurance policy’ to cover-up (legally launder) the massive and systematic surveillance abuse of the ‘about’ query disclosed in the 99 page FISA order under Mueller’s ‘parallel construction’ doctrine. At this point, AG Barr, can set up a ‘truth’ commission – full immunity for full disclosure – i’m so sick of the “protect Muh institutions” cover-up.

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          • railer says:

            You’re right, of course, but Hillary’s contractors were poring over NSA data at will, so the depths of the corruption are bottomless and the Swamp creatures know it. The Page warrant is only an appetizer, albeit one we can connect to specific Swamp creatures and not a faceless Crowdstrike-type contractor.

            The Swamp and Deep State want all of the above kept in play, and that’s the fear of Johnson and others, that they will perhaps go to jail, or have THEIR data exposed.

            Barr can’t easily set up that commission, because he’s undoubtedly part of Deep State and he has secrets that that data will expose. It’s insidious.

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      • gary says:

        remember rosensteins last memo to mueller? go anywhere, everywhere, get them. manafort should be freed. unreal lawsuits coming.

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      • mikeyboo says:

        What they did was try to overturn the election of Donald Trump!

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      • Ordinaryman says:

        85% of the NSA”About Queries” by the outside contractors were improper going back to 2012. They were spying on You.

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    • FreedomLover says:

      I think everything you mention has been verified on this blog.

      And that once you get access, you’re able to look any amount of time into the past, not just from the grant of access forward.

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    • FB2417 says:

      I don’t remember when he said it, but Trump made a remark that “these people are sick” referring to the spying on him. I have to believe that has to do with where they were spying on him.

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      • doyouseemyvision says:

        Family members, friends, business acquaintances, future and current cabinet members, foreign leaders. Essentially anyone a President-elect or President would speak to.

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    • Joyce M says:

      Didn’t the special counsel have 40 FBI agents on their team? I will try to go back and look it up, but I believe there were 40 FBI investigators working for Mueller. Where are they now? What do they know?

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    • marymorse says:

      Several names to add…Comey, the SSCI, Halper, a global election watchdog organization.

      Page’s contacts included all of the above.

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    • WRB says:

      at this point, I would like the know the reach of the Carter Page warrant.

      I believe the DOJ has taken steps to “sequester” all intelligence gathered under these FISA warrants, and are attempting to find where (if anywhere) it has been used. In the event the cabal got its hands on black-mail material, hopefully this one step has the effect of damping their proclivity to use it, because the DOJ/FBI has “an eye on you.” Warrants and “wiretaps” (are we allowed to use that term?) can work both ways.

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  17. Tom says:

    I would observer that the incessant use of the word “weaponized” has turned it into meaningless white noise.

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    • sDee says:

      It is lawfare. Weaponizing is what they do.

      The Legislative, Investigatory, Prosecuting, and Judicial systems of the United States of America have quite literally been aligned and weaponized against We the People and our Bill of Rights. What else should we call it?

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      • cboldt says:

        Corrupt endeavor
        Abuse of power and discretion
        Misapplication of law, failure to apply law
        Unethical conduct
        Usurping of power
        There are many terms much more descriptive and useful than “weaponize.” People won’t be driven to understanding if all they are exposed to is hyperbolic non-descriptive shorthand.

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      • Auntie Anxiety says:

        As evidenced by yesterday’s shameful Flynn hearing.

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  18. lorendean01 says:

    Wolf flipped and exposed senate authorizations
    Grassley, Graham and others have been notified.
    Disciplinary action on law licenses pending.

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  19. sDee says:

    The high level “old school” investigative video is refreshing to see. Is it the “hook”? On the surface it leads one to a conclusion, along with Senator Graham, that FBI agents Auten and Somma are the culprits who knew the evidence was planted but failed to blow the whistle.

    I am looking forward to the next video on FBI agent Dugan’s investigation and what the DoJ and FBI “did not do”.

    “Some high-level group inside the DOJ in Washington DC, in the Summer of 2018, was making decisions on what NOT to do.”…. Sundance

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  20. DocHawk says:

    Is the refuting of the predicate for the Mueller case through invalidating the FISA warrant the reason that Barr doesn’t want to reveal information that Durham has that might clear General Flynn?

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  21. Puzzled says:

    People will have to take to the street to demand justice, the courts and justice department have done nothing. Flynn is still under duress, the coup members (you know the names), Mueller and crew are all still free. Schiff and all the impeachment frauds have not been held accountable. The bottom line is the coup is still ongoing and active.

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    • toocoolus says:

      Puzzled: I agree and then some…”going to the street” has a whole new meaning to me…if government officials are not going to hold the dirty cops responsible, then WE need to take charge and go get the dirty cops.

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  22. Mike in a Truck says:

    But..but it was the Rooskis that made me vote for Trump.The Rooskis I tell you. They spent a $100 G’s and influenced me. I was already to vote for HRC but they took control of my mind. I have no willpower.And now the Rooskis are doing it again..making me vote for Trump. They’re in my brain! Ahhhhhhh.Ahhhhhhhhhhhh….

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  23. honornc1 says:

    What the HPSCI knew about the Page FISA, and when they knew it. I haven’t seen this before, have you?
    Go to page 36.
    To: HPSCI
    From: HPSCI STAFF

    Click to access JW-v-DOJ-Nellie-Ohr-Steele-Fusion-prod-14-01854.pdf

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    • Gardner says:

      Schiff and the gang sure all knew a lot way back when and still continued to say otherwise publicly. It is both surprising and not surprising. Sad really.

      One thing that stood out was on the last page of that particular section:

      It says Strzok was reassigned by SC to HR for improper text messages. We now know SC was releasing the text messages and they (the SC) setup the outcomes they wanted because they were controlling Main Justice.

      They (the SC) could have just reduced Strzok’s rank or docked his pay for the appearance of consequences like what was done with Orr. But they did not do that.

      Instead they moved their mosted trusted and loyal sycophant to HR.

      So the question becomes why did the SC want Strzok in FBI Human Resources? There must have been something there they were looking to hide. Who was on the FBI payroll that they wanted hidden?

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    • Hans says:

      Handed over to Judicial Watch…

      Read it carefully .. 1195 pages found.. 196 pages handed over.. the rest 999 pages are with held for law enforcement purposes/privacy etc…

      The last chapter explains exemptions…

      Yes that’s information on Fusion GPS, Nellie Ohr, Christopher Steele since Jan 2016..

      Almost 1000 pages withheld.. we can only hope the ones for law enforcement purposes will be used by Durham…

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  24. listingstarboard says:

    Auten teaches ETHICS at Patrick Henry College in Purcelliville. https://finanz.dk/fbi-man-at-the-heart-of-surveillance-abuses-is-a-professor-of-spying-ethics/

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  25. Jim Comey is a Weasel_Doug says:

    I agree with sDee but wish I didn’t. If John’s reporting is correct, and I have no reason to doubt it, then Auten and Somma gave everyone up the chain of command a “Get out of jail free” card. Listen to the video at 5:40 forward.
    Somma and Auten never relayed up the chain that Dychencho refuted the information. Instead, they validated Steele’s reporting. Comey and McCabe got a 2 page summary saying Steele’s reporting is solid. They are going to point to that and say, “:See, we were told the reporting was solid”
    Please convince me I’m wrong.

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    • sDee says:

      Assuming that Sundance and Spiropoulos are working together, I expect another shoe to drop.

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    • gensensibility says:

      That doesn’t indemnify the special counsel and crew. They reviewed all the source materials and knew and then covered up the truth. They should all go to jail.

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      • RePete says:

        There is no jail for Treason.

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      • mikeyboo says:

        gensensibility- “They knew and covered up the truth. They should all go to jail”
        Well I agree they should never be heard from again……we can call it “going to jail.”

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      • bessie2003 says:

        This morning, in his interview by Maria Bartoromo, Senator Ron Johnson actually said it now appears the entire Mueller report was a cover-up to hide the corruption by the FBI, intimated it is time for Director Wray to resign. It’s quite an interview.

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        • doyouseemyvision says:

          What about the person who authorized the Mueller Special Counsel to hide the corruption of the FBI? He’s gone, but what are they gonna do with him?

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      • Jim Comey is a Weasel_Doug says:

        Thanks Puzzled:

        “I worked with intel analysts all the time working counterintelligence investigations,” said former FBI Special Agent Michael Biasello, a 25-year veteran of the FBI who spent 10 years in counterintelligence. “This analyst’s work product was shoddy, and inasmuch as these FISA affidavits concerned a presidential campaign, the information he provided [to agents] should have been pristine.”

        He suspects Auten was “hand-picked” by Comey or McCabe to work on the sensitive Trump case, which was tightly controlled within FBI headquarters.

        https://finanz.dk/fbi-man-at-the-heart-of-surveillance-abuses-is-a-professor-of-spying-ethics/
        ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
        I guess we’ll have to wait and see what The Fall Guys have to say…With Wray as Director, they’ll probably get promoted…..Good God, the DC is so filthy.

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        • Puzzled says:

          I have a good imagination but I could never think as evil as these DC people.

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          • Jim Comey is a Weasel_Doug says:

            Nefarious. These people’s values are rooted in power. I guarantee you even though The Finger will be pointed at Somma and Auten, the 7th Floor will find a way to excuse them after a “good and proper scolding”, maybe some “ethics training”…then have them over for dinner once the whole thing blows over.
            It’s a criminal gang in suits.

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            • Puzzled says:

              It’s all staged plausible deniability for the top brass. They deliberately created these hand-off levels to shield themselves, nobody knows nothing, And we are are supposed to believe these 2 FBI agents took it upon themselves to vouch for this sub-source, yet documented the complete opposite in a 40 page report. They didn’t conspire with anyone else on this. Sure.

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              • cboldt says:

                50 USC 1804 is a good example of how Congress provides a fake promise of accountability under the law.
                This is the section of law describing creation and approval of a FISA application. It has all sorts of what appear to be “validation by accountable leadership,” but 1) hahahahah, and 2) there is no remedy if the protocol, joke that it is, isn’t followed.
                DOJ can have a janitor, errr, senior deputy assistant federal sanitation specialist first class, swear to the contents (which seems to mean “what he told me was credible” omitting “he told me he was lying.”), and long as AG rubberstamp appears, the form is satisfied.
                All the lofty statutory rheotic is worth spit, when you compare it with reality.
                Pretty much the same for oath of office. A nice pretty ritual to used to deny the possibility of malfeasance.

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        • doyouseemyvision says:

          I hope Wray is having problems sleeping at night.

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  26. Chokdii8888 says:

    There was an EARLIER event that that should have been a heads up to the FBI that the Steele Dossier was unreliable as part of it was falsified in October 2016 as well as exposing Steele’s motive.

    Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Kathleen Kavalec had a meeting with Steele and his employee Tatanya Duran October 11, 2016. Steele tells Kavalec that he is only persuaded the “pee pee story” is accurate because of his Source. Kavalec noted the same source was behind major allegations in Dossier including an extensive operation against Hillary/hacking etc, run out of Russian consulate in Miami.
    Kavalec noted that there was no russian consulate at that time in Miami.

    Kavalec noted that Steele admitted that his motives were political and that his research deadline was before before Nov 8 election.

    Kavalec immediately sent her notes to FBI counterintelligence Stephan Laycock who passed them on to Peter Strzok.

    Kavalec also noted that Steele mentioned sources as former Russian foreign intelligence chief Vyacheslav Trubnikov and Putin aide Vladislav Surkov, we now know this not to be true.

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  27. markmurraybooks says:

    I believe Danchenko has ties to Lawfare/Brookings. Somewhere in there, I’d bet that it’s just more of that circular infrastructure thing. The FBI/DOJ group probably had already been working with Lawfare group and using Danchenko to work with Steele to help created the dossier. Who was Danchenko working with prior to Steele? During Steele? After Steele? He was protected for that long for a very good reason.

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    • marymorse says:

      Before…
      He was a student of Fiona Hill. Shades of Fiona Hill appear in the dossier, although her contribution isn’t footnoted, and the interpretation of her research leaves much room for plausible denial.

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  28. DeWalt says:

    Brookings = Lawfare

    Lawfare is the misuse of legal systems and principles against an enemy, such as by damaging or delegitimizing them, tying up their time or winning a public relations victory. The term is a portmanteau of the words law and warfare.
    More at Wikipedia

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  29. Caius Lowell says:

    So Igor is 0bama’s Curveball — nice!

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  30. strateshooter says:

    having read the Danchenko interview one thing becomes obvious…
    Danchenko is a dupe…he knows nothing.
    Steele gets info from DNC /CIA on Manafort> points Dan at Manafort
    Steele gets info from DNC/Sussman on Alfa Bank > points Dan at Alfa.
    etc etc etc

    Steele is being FED info by others and uses Dan to try and corroborate..but Dan cannot…and so Steele just flat outlies.

    Dan is a dupe…he is painted as the info source but isn’t.he is a gofor/cut out/patsy used by Steele to generate a false narrative generated ALL by the DNC(Chalupa), CIA and friendly media (Isikoff/Ignatious/Nakashima etc etc)

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  31. cali says:

    Observing all of it we now know that our justice and judicial system is corrupted to the core. Not one of them comes away clean and that includes the secret FISA court which is detrimental to be following the law as they have the power to surveil and destroy anyone who’s paperwork crosses their desk.
    This reaches all the way to the supreme court and chief justice Robert in particular. I have tried to find out what Roberts has in his skeleton closet that blackmail worked so perfectly.
    If anything Roberts name appears on the Epstein flight log three (3) times. I can only hope that its not him although it looks like it is.
    Then there are his visits to the Renegade white house visits as the logs show during the 2016 timeframe. Why did he visit?
    There are so many questions and no answers.

    The en banc hearing yesterday was a farce and questions asked by the appointed judges were preposterous and then some.
    Sullivan himself has his own skeletons that involves his son – a pedophile – assaulting and raping a 13 years old girl who almost died. Of course the deep state made this case disappear in lieu that he takes orders from the deep state no matter and despite the law. He must act based on orders given targeting Flynn and keeping him a political target and prisoners. When Renegade calls Sullivan answers carrying out the orders given.
    The courts involved in the Flynn case are all corrupt and judges act upon their political ideology that leans only left. Justice be damned.

    Despite all that here is my theory: Flynn is not some doofus not knowing the game. No – he is the master spook having known all along the criminality of these judges and acted accordingly – meaning having infiltrated this crooked judicial system to take it down from within. Remember Flynn is the mentor to Admiral (ret) Rogers who himself saw and witnessed the abuse of the same. Flynn knew and took the risk detrimental to his personal life and consequences. he knew beforehand that hey wiretapped him. In other words he decided to enter this dragon den knowing full well how corrupt it is and destroy it. That is what patriots do!
    I know it sounds crazy but take a step back and evaluate what he exposed since than. That is in a nutshell the only way to demonstrate to the citizens what can happen to them if this justice system is not overhauled. How many innocent lives have been ruined and even more how many innocent people are in prison on flimsy and concocted charges?

    Flynn is one very rare patriot willing to undertake such an sting operation!

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  32. aisheschayal says:

    I finally had an opportunity to view the Spiropoulos video. I think it’s terrific. It’s easy to follow, understandable, clear thought line, boils it down for the public in an easy to digest manner. The dossier was false, it was proven false, it was used to spy on the President, and the fact that it was false was known all along by the FBI and they knowingly hid that fact from the American people, even when they were pressed by Congressman to come clean. I would want to see this out on every website accessible to the public.

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  33. DeWalt says:

    Some background on where Shiff was getting his feed from. Same place as the PSS worked.

    https://libertyunyielding.com/2019/10/18/adam-schiffs-russia-expert-ringer-worked-with-steele-wrote-russian-interference-piece-in-july-2016-and-has-usual-connections/

    Remember McMasters brought her into Trump’s Administration. They cleaned out Flynn’s People.

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    • marymorse says:

      Fiona thanks Igor in the acknowledgements of her Brookings book, Mr. Putin: Operative in the Kremlin.

      https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7864/j.ctt4cg8c5

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      • DeWalt says:

        I’m looking for her connection to Nellie Ohr. I know it’s there.

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        • marymorse says:

          I think her time at the Belfer Center of the Kennedy School at Harvard is interesting.
          L. Jean Camp (Alfa bank server) has a page at the Belter Center website. Larry Summers had his emeritus office in the Kennedy School, IIR, and Epstein $$$ flowed to the Kennedy School as rent for lab space in a Kennedy School owned building.

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        • marymorse says:

          Nellie may have been on the ground in Russia when Fiona was at the Belfer Center, with her hands in the Baltics, Russian elections, Russian mortgages, US Russia investment. Fiona was the AD of a Belfer Center Project call the Strengthening Democratic Institutions Project (something like that). Also important is the Kennedy Schools Harvard Institute for International Development scandal involving Larry Summers, Jeffrey Sachs, Farralon Capital (Tom Steyer), Renova Invest (Blavatnik/Vekselberg).
          Fiona’s activities with the SDI Project put her in the room with Boris Beresovski (linked to William Browder).

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        • marymorse says:

          Fiona also thanks Robert Otto.

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  34. thedoc00 says:

    Obama’s INTEL folks are dirty than heck of “spying” on political enemies of the Uni-Party but their biggest crime as was discussed by the SD Article POINT, a few days ago, was using the NSA data base to for financial and global sustainment of power by the FINANCIAL puppet masters, not the democrat party.

    They essentially were not part of the coup as they foresaw it unraveling and blowing up in their faces. It would not be surprising to discover the INTEL Community warned the FBI to stop because they were going to imperil the financial and power sustainment aspects of deep state operations. That is why Clapper said there was NO Russian collusion during his congressional testimony, it was a warning signal that the FBI was on its own. The IC saw too much negative happening if they took on the removal of the President and were willing to fight Flynn and others publicly by other means with the help of the media.

    By all means the FBI/DoJ and congressional coup plotters need to be exposed, hopefully ruined and hopefully as many as possible (or are allowed) are prosecuted. The FBI part of the coup has been isolated by the “congressional investigation”, aided by the DoJ and former IC Allies as the fall guys.

    Follow through and protect President Trump in the short term but keep the financial and power sustaiment aspects of the IC Communities Operations on the stove for follow through. That is the real objective the deep state operations and means used to buy support.

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    • Jim Comey is a Weasel_Doug says:

      That article, Point, was a real eye opener.

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      • thedoc00 says:

        It was a duh moment for me. I had become so focused on the removal of President Trump, that my own inquisitive instincts totally lost sight of the fact the NSA data base is the repository for GLOBAL financial and government information collection, which are coins of the realm for those pulling the strings.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      To clarify, the reason that the IC Spied on political opponents was not so much to remove them but to keep tabs on how close they came to discovery of the real objectives behind the NSA data base usage. If they got to close, then actions would be taken that was controlled by the IC.

      The one unintentional statement of truth, blurted out at Ms Lindsey’s hearing was, Comey and his FBI confederates did really go rogue, ignoring all IC warnings.

      I don’t think Flynn nor Rogers ever became aware of the purpose behind NSA data usage. It was Hillary’s and Obama’s political teams as well as congressional critters who were abusing the knowledge for their personal gain, ignoring the real objectives that lead to realization discussed in the POINT article by SD. It was a fortunate unintended catch by the folks focused on combating the coup vs the President.

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  35. Blue Wildflower says:

    I went back and looked through about half of the Steel dossier, it has been so long and I wasn’t a treeper then. It is laughable that any law enforcement organization would use it with no proof.

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    • Blue Wildflower says:

      Now I went back and read the rest of the dossier. They really push the DNC emails as being stolen by Russia. They have no proof and even if there was proof that doesn’t mean President Trump was involved. Pages on the Prague visit of Cohen when that was the wrong person. Anyone that touched this dossier and went forward with it should be fired immediately.

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  36. Just put this here,

    Stuart Barney just had toe CEO of Parlor on, CEO says they have 3,300,000 users now and most of those joined this year. Said they sold out all add space for the first time this month, that they do not moderate, that they allow the users to deal with what is ok and not.
    The owners believe in real free speech.

    So here I go and will use all the “nicks” I have used from the Swiftboat blog and LGF’s time to now.
    Be fun to tell the truth about Charles Johnson without any delte button.

    WIN

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  37. gary says:

    imagine what the mueller appearance would have looked like with ratcliffe as dni.

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  38. gary says:

    if barr and company do not reveal their hand and prosecute these perps, they will be destroyed personally,by the lawless democrats. history books will flail them. now thats some motivation to take cucks out.

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    • gensensibility says:

      Exactly right. Barr’s reform will be completely undone and the DOJ and FBI thoroughly politicized. Ya’ll had better all get used to bananas.

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  39. sarasotosfan says:

    So, all the redactions were performed by the Special Counsel. Not the DOJ.

    Wow.

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  40. Bogeyfree says:

    So here are many of the things Barr and Durham absolutely know.

    They lied about the Dossier that was paid for by the opposition party

    They lied about the DNC Hack

    They lied about Russia Collusion

    They lied to a FISA Court multiple times

    They leaked the Carter Page FISA to the media

    They framed Gen Flynn and PapaD

    They withheld exculpatory evidence to purposely harm Gen. Flynn

    They lied about Halper and Mifsud being Russian assets when they knew all along they were western assets.

    They unmasked dozen of Americans if not hundreds.

    They lied when they said Russian assets gave the DNC emails to Wikileaks

    They altered and lost FIB evidence in the original Flynn 302

    They lied and covered up the Steele’s sub source testimony

    They used NSA contractors to conduct non compliant searches and extraction of data and information on thousands of Americans for years.

    Now add to all of this…….

    The Wiener Laptop Evidence

    The 47 Hard Drives and testimony from the Hammer WB

    2 WB from Uranium One

    The Ukraine Money Laundering Evidence From Rudy

    The murder of Seth Rich

    Epstein killing himself

    Mifsud phones

    33k missing non secure emails

    And the Authority to declassify anything and everything

    So what’s the bottom line………..

    Either our we are going to have the single biggest conspiracy and coup on a sitting President that crossing all branches of government or we are going to have the greatest cover up and denial of crimes in the history of mankind.

    Is it even possible that with ALL OF THIS, no one gets indicted? No one goes to jail?

    Surely not, if there is truly ONE SYSTEM OF JUSTICE, right?

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    • You left out DebbiesWS and the Awan brothers infiltration and exfiltration of Congress’s IT network.

      And I wouldnt recommend holding your breath. At best, we’ll see Klinesmith and McCabe in court, I have no expectations of anyone else though.

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      • Will Hunt says:

        possible but they’ll really have to let snowflake Klinesmith and felon McCabe skate because when these cowardly miscreants look at lengthy FEDERAL prison sentences (i.e. without the possibility of parole) they may have dramatically improved memories.

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  41. frankdear52 says:

    Long time reader…first time commentator. Right wing, left wing…same bird. Our problem is the uniparty…if anyone is prosecuted I for one will be shocked. At 68 years of age I, like you all, have a lifetime of watching those in power enjoy an elite lifestyle at our expense when few if any are ever held accountable for their sins. Our form of government is only capable of governing a righteous people and we have long ago rejected righteousness in both our private and public lives in industry, education, the military, politics and finally in our own homes. We are now harvesting the fruits of our unrighteousness. God will not be mocked. We are reaping what we have sown and only a miracle can save our nation. Pray for that miracle first on our own lives and then in our corporate lives…it is our only hope.

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  42. Bogeyfree says:

    TheLastRefuge
    @TheLastRefuge2
    Guess who called today? 😉

    Sundance,

    Can you at least give us a hint who called?

    WH or DOJ? MM or KK?

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  43. Peoria Jones says:

    On a humorous note…

    Yesterday I caught a soundbite of Michelle Soetoro blathering on about something, for the little working people. This supposed Midwestern woman mentioned “the people who pick the corn.” LOL!

    Now, I don’t know if this jet-setting, yacht-loving woman with Hollywood friends even understands that the vast majority of corn fields here in her home state of Illinois are field corn (not sweet corn for human consumption) – but no matter.

    Corn is harvested with combines. Sweet corn is more labor intensive, but farmers don’t go out there picking it by hand!

    Please, everybody – stop talking about this big fraud being a potential Pres. candidate at some point. She’s a lazy, spoiled grifter – and a dope.

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    • ziegler von strahn says:

      This supposed Midwestern woman mentioned “the people who pick the corn.”

      You misunderstood her…. she wasnt talking about the laborers going out in the field picking corn….she was talking about those people who pull off a dirt road in the middle of the night with a gunny sac and pick a bushel or two and head home……

      Not that I have ever heard of, seen or done such myself……..

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      • Peoria Jones says:

        For the squirrels, right? 😉 When I was a kid, we used to gather the errant ears from the ditches along the fields. With today’s machinery, they don’t miss a one!

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        • ziegler von strahn says:

          definitely for the squirrels….because ’round ‘ere it’s illegal to put out bait for deer….so it’s just for the squirrels. Yes sir…..

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      • Gardner says:

        I remember Dad always left the edges of the fields not harvested and Mom would call the neighbors and let them know if they wanted it just to come by with bags and pick it. I remember looking across the field after it was harvested and seeing it swarming with people picking for themselves. My parents are with the Lord now but I am still blessed by the memory of what they would do.

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    • FlapJack says:

      Noticed that too. She isn’t the first I’ve herd say that. Out of touch, comparing apples & corn?
      Hahaha

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      • Peoria Jones says:

        She had that stupid little weed garden at the WH, and now she thinks she knows how it’s done. She probably thinks all those bean fields in IL are green beans. Probably thinks they “pick” those, too. Idiot!

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  44. waveanalyst says:

    For indictment and prison:. Wolfe, Warner, McCabe, Strzok, Page, Mueller, Weissman, Brennan, Clapper, Comey, Rice, Biden, Obama, Jarrett, Powers, Mifsud, Downer . Then I’ll begin to be satisfied.

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  45. Bogeyfree says:

    I’m waiting for the Sundance thread titled……

    Does Barr and Durham have the guts to expose the Intelligence arm of the Legislative Branch?

    After all, one system of justice does not stop when and if it touches Congress right Mr. Barr?

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  46. Puzzled says:

    Big setup for plausible deniability. These 2 FBI agents vouch for the sub-source but prepare a 40 page report that documents the complete opposite? And they didn’t conspire with anyone else, they just took it upon themselves to bury it. Not buying.

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  47. annie okie says:

    Like many of you here, I have been immersed in all this since day one, reading and absorbing as much information as possible every day. Even so, it is at the point I can’t even keep up with all the details. So imagine how impossible it would be to condense it down to a few talking points that would clarify to the average person who hasn’t paid attention.

    Spiropoulos did a magnificent job speaking in an easily understood manner in this video. If anyone could condense it all down to a short enough overview that most could understand, he might be the man. He might even do a series to get more clarification out.

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    • Roscoe says:

      Agree Annie. Thought the presentation style and format was excellent and could be a very effective way of bringing the masses up to speed, if done in a series that builds the case.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Will Hunt says:

      the detail is mindboggling… glad I’m not the only one who feels like that.

      Liked by 2 people

    • bessie2003 says:

      I’ve been posting these short videos of Mr. Spiropoulos’ on my facebook page, hoping that my ‘friends’ that watch them, will have the foundation when the Big Ugly starts hitting the airwaves.

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  48. TomA says:

    All of this makes perfect sense when you begin with the understanding that the Obama Administration seduced the DOJ and FBI into becoming de facto criminal enterprises. Let that sink in. These two premier law enforcement institutions were “transformed” into criminal gangs conducting criminal activities for nefarious purposes. And these corrupt persons were not stupid. They knew they were acting criminally and they knew what would happen if they got caught. So they used every trick in the book to avoid get caught or to lay a foundation for plausible deniability. These were dirty cops. The lowest of the low. If Durham lets them skate due to the DC double-standard, the rule of law is officially dead in the USA.

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  49. Now knowing the facts about Steele’s primary subsource, it is now certain (if it was ever in doubt) that Glen Simpson is a bald-faced liar. Excerpt from his book below.

    The Steele reports – soon to be known as “the dossier” – were field intelligence from one of the West’s most senior Russia watchers. The memos he produced were never meant to be viewed outside of a tiny circle of people, much less shared with the public. In unredacted form, the reports could expose Steele’s sources and jeopardize lives. Steele took great care to mask those sources in his reports to Fusion. Still, the information clearly came from peopled with extraordinary access in Russia, and Russian intelligence could figure out who they were and track them down. The sources included a number of people inside Russia and field operative outside the county who needed protecting at all costs. Unredacted memos flying around the Washington press corps risked exposing people to real danger.

    Simpson’s “Crime in Progress: Inside the Steele Dossier and the Fusion GPS Investigation of Donald Trump” (Random House 2019, page 5).

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    • gensensibility says:

      What a load….

      Liked by 1 person

    • litenmaus says:

      “The sources included a number of people inside Russia and field operative outside the county who needed protecting at all costs.”

      Michael Atkinson becomes the OGIG and suppresses any complaints against these faux Steele “sources.” Then Atkinson makes sure that more ‘faux’ sources, such as Eric Ciaramella, are brought forward to promote the ‘obstruction’ narrative.

      Suppress the ‘wrong’ whistleblowers and promote the ‘right’ narrative. That was Atkinson’s job.

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  50. waicool says:

    John Spiropoulos for the win!

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