Bill Barr Interview With Sean Hannity….

Bill Barr calls into Sean Hannity for an interview.

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  1. Kay says:

    All I want is the people who signed and applied for the original FISA(s) to be charged for fraud.
    I’m not asking for much at this point.

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    • cboldt says:

      Barr remarked two work products. One being a report of what was done in 2016 and 2017. He said the people have a right to know.
      The other is legal action, to the extent DOJ believe it can secure convictions.
      I like to imagine that the first part leads to resignations from Congress.
      And to the extent the is a disconnect between the two parts (like really bad stuff happened but no criminal charges), I hope that the disconnect opens eyes that the government is out of control.
      I wish I had a clear idea how to direct the righteous anger.

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      • bertdilbert says:

        Whatever Durham does Friday, it sounds like it is going to be pretty meek. Perhaps an attempt to keep Sundance at bay. I don’t think many here will be satisfied with whatever the announcement will be. Prepare to be disappointed.

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      • Docpc says:

        Resignations? Wouldn’t that require these people to have some sort of conscious? Never happen.

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      • Betty says:

        cboldt says: “I wish I had a clear idea how to direct the righteous anger.”

        Part of the legacy of Antonis Scalia: United States v. Williams, 112 S. Ct. 1735, 504 U.S. 36, 118 L. Ed. 2d 352 (1992)

        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.” [1]

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

        Every County in six states (Oklahoma, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Nevada, and Kansas) allow citizens to circulate a petition in order to impanel a grand jury. We could swamp them in Grand Juries.

        [1] does this mean that the citizens of any state can petition to impanel a Grand Jury even if their State Government says NO?

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      • MJ Alexander says:

        Direct your anger here => Convention of States… support mandatory, universal term limits… it’s a great place to start!

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        • C2C says:

          MJ – term limits alone won’t fix anything, they just swap jobs. It’s too easy for them to just swap govt jobs, they don’t even have to relocate. It is also common to have power families in DC- example Rosenstein – his wife & sister both work at power govt jobs too. they all socialize together in their DC bubble. Ric Grenell proffered that the necessary fix is to scatter these govt agencies throughout the US – break that up!

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      • jackphatz says:

        Barr has the momentum of being a savior of the nation. The reality just maybe a total waste of his ability. Trump will remain one of the greats.

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    • Realist says:

      My question is why are the FISA Judges silent surely they must be angry at being LIED to. What their their silence appears to be is proof that they were COMPLICIT with the SCAM.

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      • why don’t we count how many new homes and yachts they bought?

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      • 28angelica28 says:

        Maybe the silence of the FISA judges is the revelation that they, like CJ John Roberts, have been compromised by the Obama administration. Since they were appointed by the CJ, they likely went through the same type of “vetting and approval” that Mitch does in the Senate. The FISA judges were in the back pocket of the 7th floors and only came out in Capt. Renault mode when caught dead to rights (or wrongs). The incidious nature of all that the Obama administration did is beyond the pale. I don’t believe for one minute that they started it. Under Wingman Holder, they took it to new heights, much like the aviation pioneers of the 50s did to launch the space program. Holder got all this spying and illicit activity in place (IRS, DoJ, FBI, etc) and then got out. Not so he wouldn’t be there when all Hell broke loose but so he could go fully into “Who Me???” mode. I suspect Holder was a major behind the scenes player in the Impeachment fiasco as well. Holder knew Flynn personally and professionally. Flynn was a threat to both Obama and Holder. It may be as much Holder pressuring Judge Sullivan as it is Obama. Holder understands pressure on the jugular. He and Weissmann are cut out of the same legal cloth. Justice rarely plays a part in their actions, unless it directly benefits their current cause. Holder likely played a large role in each of the FISA judge appointments (maybe not overtly but covertly).
        Today’s the day. I didn’t sleep well last night. I was like a kid trying to sleep the night before his/her first trip to Disneyland! Let the awakening of the citizenry and the rebirth of the nation begin!

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        • CRAIG NELSON says:

          The idea that anyone including Holder would set all of this in motion without the consent AND guidance of Obama is foolish. Remember that Samantha Power is credited with 256 unmaskings and she says that it is not her signature authorizing them. Unmasking is legal but forgery is not. Power worked ONLY for Obama, no middle man. No one would have the audacity to forge the Ambassador to the UN’s signature 250 times. ONLY the Obama oval office could and would do that because they believed that what they were doing would guarantee an HRC win and all of this would disappear. It would appear a small deal to charge Power or someone in a similar orbit on a Friday but that would send shock waves through the demorat ranks.

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        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          First, the FISC has not been completely silent.
          (They invalidated FISA 3&4 and ordered “sequestration”)
          Second, I could very much see them waiting to comment specifically until Barr/Durham/MrX has formally reached resolutions.

          At heart is the problem with FISA vis-a-vis American citizens.
          The Judicial Branch has no place in Intelligence Work.
          They ARE NOT SPY HUNTERS.
          They have NO ROLE in National Security or Defense because they are not equipped for it.

          The FISC was created to give an appearance of oversight of FISA by a “neutral” body.
          This was a YUGE WIN for Hooverites over at the FBI and crooked lawyers over at NSD because now they could claim a “LEGAL COURT ORDER” for their ILLEGAL SPYING.
          IOW: Blame it on the judge
          (Indeed….Comey et. al. have already done this multiple times)

          If they are going to say anything publicly….
          (They are by nature a SECRET COURT who rarely says much of anything_
          I wouldn’t expect them to comment until there are some concrete actions by DOJ on the fraudsters.

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      • Edward says:

        As a participant in the legal system for nearly 40 years, I too am perplexed by the inaction of the Chief Justice and the FISC with respect to the evidence of illegality in securing warrants and searching the intelligence database. My conclusion is that the judiciary is politicized beyond measure, like the rest of our political system. We are at a point similar to 1860 where there are two sides and everyone must choose. I fault the judicial branch for not showing leadership and objective non-partisanship in these matters. The Flynn embroglio shows the judiciary at its worst. How can citizens be expected to respect the system of laws when the umpires are political whores?

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        • furtive says:

          U just figured that out?
          “The halls of INjustice”.
          Where have you been for 40: years?

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        • ss006 says:

          Large investigations, particularly federal, and particularly if they include overriding charges like conspiracy take time. Taking out the NY mob with the RICO case took several years from the time they first started gathering evidence. On top of all that, you have deep state obstruction and interference and COVID-19 in this case.

          I am not panicking over the timing. Trump can and will be reelected with or without an assist from Barr.

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          • steph_gray says:

            Yes but I would like him to get the Senate strengthened too, and I think a good blast of sunlight on people there might help push some MAGA candidates like John James in. PDJT said he expects to get the House back, so that he will.

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        • Will Hunt says:

          Well put. What little respect I had for our judiciary and legal system is now completely gone. These miscreants skillfully and blatantly twist the letter and intent of every applicable statute before them to meet their desire outcome.

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        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          You’re thinking of the FISC as though it was a criminal court instead of a secret intelligence court.
          Essentially their only role is to make sure the paperwork is in order.
          They aren’t investigators, are not equipped for National Security responsibilities, and most certainly not SPY HUNTERS (The robes would blow their cover right away)

          The court was drug into this setup by FISA, strictly for oversight of PROCESS, without the guarantee of RESOLUTION of that process.
          IOW; There is no such thing as a Counter-Intelligence TRIAL that would ultimately EXPOSE the flaws in the processes for any accountability as would happen in a criminal trial.
          So any flaws in the process are simply treated as that…..a FLAW in the process NOT a criminal act. Remediation is NOT criminal it’s purely PROCEDURAL.
          (EG1: Notify the court that the “evidence” you relied on to get a court-ordered FISA surveillance turned out to be wrong: “OOPS, Your Honor the “intelligence” we received was– in fact— “disinformation”…… y’know……. spies being spies)

          (EG2: Rogers disabled (17) About queries NOT because it was being ABUSED but simply because THERE WAS NO PATCH THAT COULD FIX IT. He even said if they found one they’d turn it back on)

          I would not expect the FISC to say what we’d like them to say BEFORE the DOJ has formerly brought charges against those that lied before it.
          Then we’ll see.

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          • regitiger says:

            it would be helpful and illuminating to read the legal requirements and limits that FISC SHALL obey.

            its simply incorrect to presume these judges are merely admin stampers… that they have failed on so many levels to act correctly is a very powerful argument that this was intentional…abusive by its nature.

            Congress holds ultimate responsibility for this predictable coup…

            the very structure and the lack of due process built into this court is directly related to the kind of lawless unchecked powers we now can witness in daylight.

            it begs the question…

            is there more abuses?

            why is there so little interest at all bt Congress to investigate and review the actions and effects of this court?

            who is watching?

            specifically who?

            trust?

            that’s gone..

            we see this court as it truly is…a intentional sidestep away from accepted constitutional laws and protections so that a thing can be accomplished that otherwise is and should be unlawful.

            its an intentional loophole that Congress invented … on an unproven and non measurable existential foreign terror threat.

            thing is..andbe clear on this..
            attending any real or perceived foreign terror threat does not require FISA…

            Most people do not understand this fact.

            Congress and the IC has successfully argued to the anerican people they must give up privacy for security.

            this is the biggest lie the government can ever design.

            of course this secret court would ultimately serve corrupt and criminal goals.
            it was perfectly designed to allow for it.

            remember…had trump not won…we would never know about this.

            contemplate where we are…and what remains to change our worlds!

            pray about what you can do…then do it.

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            • regitiger says:

              let me cut to the chase

              Click to access FISC%20Rules%20of%20Procedure.pdf

              notice rule 13(A) and 13(B).

              test question for final: can you find other glaring problems with these rules?

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            • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

              it would be helpful and illuminating to read the legal requirements and limits that FISC SHALL obey.

              I’ve read them but the position they are in is simple.

              Is some judge (who is not an intelligence agent) going to be the one that denies a warrant that results in a disaster in the United States?

              THAT is the reality of the position FISA puts them in.

              It’s the same reason the Supreme Court in 40’s and, later, Congress in 50’s PUNTED and gave the Executive Branch ALL the authority regarding immigration.
              Neither wanted to be left holding the bag if a National Security disaster occurred.

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              • regitiger says:

                thats certainly “an argument”…and I’ve heard it before…directly, but mostly indirectly inferred….by…wait for it…congress.

                I do not recall a single moment EVER where a FISA court Judge has EVER commented or even dared to make the argument even casually that the HIGHER priority of the surveillance powers attends to a threat OVER the constitutional protections enumerated in the constitution. Maybe that happens tomorrow and we get some idiot judge who asserts that argument …but so far I’ve never heard it. Not from a judge. Not from anyone I consider learned on the legal and constitutional LIMITS OF GOVERNMENT IN THIS AREA.

                and more to the point..and I think this is really where the rubber meets the road..(I KNOW that you KNOW this…but bear with me, because there are many other people in this room that may not KNOW..or perhaps I should say, might still be worried about WHAT IFS that you posed.)…and here THAT is:

                what particular foreign terror threat was spoiled by spying on US Presidents?

                what particular foreign threat was spoiled by spying on ANY US Citizen?

                I appreciate your thoughts and your voice Krash…I DO respect your views, even if I cannot contain my arguments to match with them.

                Respectfully,

                rtr

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                • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

                  A well thought out argument is hard to come by these days….and most appreciated when it does.
                  I’ll take a stab at answering your questions…

                  what particular foreign terror threat was spoiled by spying on US Presidents?
                  NONE
                  what particular foreign threat was spoiled by spying on ANY US Citizen?
                  UNKNOWN…..and this is the excuse that’s always given for why we need FISA.
                  Would love to see IC pony-up just ONE case of a terrorist attack prevented due to FISA titles related to an American citizen and WHY that surveillance couldn’t have been accomplished using Title III.

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        • Issy says:

          Edward: Your post is appreciated. Not too many people see the enormous damage they are doing. We are too busy trying to keep up with congress, the doj/fbi, etc. The courts have the final say, and they have shown their naked partizanship the last four years at every opportunity. The only reasonable conclusion to reach is they have been corrupted by their politics. Politicised is too mild a word.

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        • Redzone says:

          Well said.

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        • tojak says:

          Your assessment of the situation is exceedingly correct, Edward…

          Our “government” is broken, no longer works as it should… it is plagued with graft, corruption, the judiciary is a joke, everyone hates everyone else…

          Our choices are limited fix it, or go communist… And, the sad part is that the only way to fix it is to destroy it and start over from scratch…

          So, we sit on a powder keg, the fuse lit, timed to go “BANG” on or about 04 November…

          I sincerely hope Trump wins re-election… and when he does, the commies will pull out all stops… The current rioting, looting, arson, etc in the cities will look like child’s play compared to what they have planned…

          On the other hand, should the commies “win”, it will be due to massive voter fraud and the Patriots will pull out all stops…

          It won’t be pretty or exciting… It will be a bloody mess unseen since the days of Civil War !

          Hopefully we can pick up the pieces and start over…

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      • germanshep_girl says:

        Realist. I agree.

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      • mauritia17 says:

        I have always maintained that they HAD to have known.

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      • jambo says:

        “My question is why are the FISA Judges silent”

        The working hypothesis, as far as I am aware, is that the Obama govt weaponised the NSA/FBI databases for personal enrichment and political power between 2012 and 2016.

        The logical basis for any further assumptions is that they have dirt on anybody that was dirty.

        The further logical assumption is that President Trump is the most honest man to go to DC since Jimmy Stewart.

        Absolute stone cold white hats:
        President Trump
        Admiral Rogers
        General Flynn

        Any others?

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      • Issy says:

        Realist: After seeing a few examples of how judges deal with cases to get the results they want, I feel relatively sure they were complicit. How could they keep renewing the fisa warrant with no new evidence? Did they review the Woods procedures or ask any questions?

        Admiral Rogers informed the fisc of the intel agencies irregular activities involving queries of the NSA database. It would seem reasonable to ask a few questions.

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        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          Admiral Rogers informed the fisc of the intel agencies irregular activities involving queries of the NSA database. It would seem reasonable to ask a few questions.

          There seems to be a great misunderstanding about what FISA judges actually are and what the FISA COURT actually is.

          In reality they are not functioning as “JUDGES” and the FISA is not a “COURT” in the traditional sense.

          There is NO SUCH THING as a COUNTERINTELLIGENCE TRIAL.

          FISC exists only to oversee search warrants…
          INTELLIGENCE search warrants (FISA) not CRIMINAL (Title 3) ones

          With a criminal search warrant it is PRESUMED (Baked in the Cake) from the moment it is granted….that eventually the target will be charged with a crime and the surveillance will be TURNED BACK OVER to the defendant as part of his CRIMINAL TRIAL. (or he pleads)

          This presumption DOES NOT EXIST with a FISA search warrant as there is no Counterintelligence trial…and therefore no “defendant” to turn the surveillance back over to.
          IF during the counterintelligence investigation and surveillance CRIMES ARE DISCOVERED, the govt has the option to MOVE THE INVESTIGATION from the intelligence lane over to the CRIMINAL one.

          Article III Judges do not do investigations and they are not equipped to do National Security investigations. In their FISA role, they are simply there to make sure the paperwork is in order.
          Their role is PROCEDURAL.

          So when Roger’s says there were “irregular activities” they are not considered “crimes” they are merely problems with the procedures (process) and are treated as such.

          Rogers testified that he shut down (17) ABOUT queries because he couldn’t find a way to FIX the problems NOT because it was being abused. Furthermore, he said he would TURN IT BACK ON if he could find that “FIX”.

          And though it would SEEM reasonable for the judges to ask some questions…
          THEY ARE ILL-EQUIPPED to really probe this….because they are not INTELLIGENCE AGENTS with a responsibility to protect National Security.

          The problem is FISA itself that gave the imprimatur of oversight by involving secret “judges” operating in a “secret court” to approve these warrants (“a court order”) to begin with.

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          • regitiger says:

            that you have not received a single upvote establishes clearly that most people just do not understand these issue at all.

            yes, “the apparatus” is broken…it was always broken…on purpose …by design.

            who are the benefactors of such a faulty system?

            THAT is what most people need to address. But they will never get there without fully understanding WHY this FISA and the expanded Patriot Act was manufactured.

            the people have some feelings of mistrust…yes that…but they really don’t know the real issues.

            a lesson in feeling things are not okay..but never properly exploring where the root cause of the disease exists.

            again…these problems will not be fixed by “officials”…these problems will be fixed by WE THE PEOPLE who have self interest as the one AND ONLY PRIORITY.

            or not.

            either way…I don’t plan on making the lack of understanding something my kids have to be concerned with. THEY WILL KNOW..and they will understand these primary liberty concepts and principles.

            They will live OUTSIDE and superior to the nonsense and wildly absurd and distorted low information, deadly “norms” of the typical society squatters.

            that’s the aim..that’s the goal…and it’s been this way since day one.

            no greater benefit from father and mother to child, than the simple truths.

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            • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

              You have a good plan for your child that echoes my own.
              and
              I don’t give 2 shits about upvotes but appreciate the sentiment.

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          • Issy says:

            Krashman: I knew that if there was never a criminal charge, the target would never know they had been the subject of a fisa warrant or what information about them was gathered.

            I’m not the sharpest knife in the drawer, but this was not the way this act was sold to the public by those liars in congress. It was inferred the judges

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            • Issy says:

              (LOL, I didn’t finish my comment) It was inferred the judges would make sure there were adequate grounds for such an investigation, not just check to see if they used the proper forms and all the signatures were in the right place. Golly, Gee, the fbi were like kids in a candy store then. Just make up stuff, lie and investigate anybody they want to for no sound reason.

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      • Paprika says:

        But of course they are complicit! Let’s try it from this angle.

        There was 3 year investigative report to the FISA Court that was released in 2012(but not to the general public) that showed a lot of ‘mistakes’ and wrongdoing surrounding FISA applications. Another in 2016(Collyer). Yet another one in 2019(Boasberg). So all the Judges have perfectly aware that there were/are serious problems.

        And yet they still granted a suspiciously high number of FISA applications with very few full denials. FISA court finally had to start reporting information in June 2015.
        2015: 1,010 applications/only 5 full denials (This is only for 6 month period)
        2016: 1,752 applications/only 9 full denials
        2017: 1,614 applications/only 26 full denials
        2018: 1,318 applications/ only 30 full denials
        2019: 1,010 applications/only 20 full denials

        5 year total: 6,704 applications/ 90 full denials = 98.64% approval rate, or only 1.34% denial rate, when they all know there are many problems within the system.

        By the by–is there any other court that handles an average of 1,341 warrants per year?
        If they work 300 days a year(Ha!) that would equal reviewing 4.46 FISA applications a day.
        Do we really think they can fully review 4.46 applications a day? Do we really think that the DoJ and FBI can fully assemble thorough applications at that rate?

        Lot’s of rubber stamping and sloppy work going on here in a court that does not recognize the Constitutional rights and privileges of the American citizen.

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        • gawntrail says:

          Makes you wonder how many are templates/boilerplate where only the fill-in-the-blank name is different…..

          Everybody knows the dice are loaded….

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        • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

          The problem is FISA itself.
          Post Hoover, Congress wanted to put in place a process that had the appearance of oversight of INTELLIGENCE surveillance (spying), particularly US Citizens.
          Their solution actually was a WIN for the FBI.

          Whereas Hoover did the illegal surveillance ILLEGALLY,
          FISA allows the FBI to do the illegal surveillance LEGALLY

          They now get a COURT-ORDER from “judges”
          WHO DO NOT DO INTELLIGENCE WORK and have NO ROLE IN NATIONAL SECURITY Matters.

          What judge is going to second-guess an intelligence agent and be held responsible if there is a National Security DISASTER as a result of a denial of a warrant???

          It was designed this way.
          FUBAR

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        • WSB says:

          Contraras rotated in as ‘a friendly’ is all we need to know.

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        • regitiger says:

          how many of those surveillance warrants were aimed and exclusively targeting FOREIGN TERROR TARGETS?

          crickets.

          how many foreign targets were defeated by the “investigation/intell gathering” apparatus of the FISA?

          Why were the applications rejected? specifically, what was it about the warrant applications that failed to achieve “thresholds”? Are we counting applications that were rejected officially upon serving them before the court, or are we counting those applications that never made it to official status and were “rejected” internally, by either FBI/DOJ?

          what roles specifically in detail does the SCOTUS Chief Justice have in the day to day oversight and review of these applications….Does that even exist?

          what discipline has ever occurred to a DOJ/FBI official who has not performed to the standards of the FISA court and the laws that limit its power….specifically legal constitutional limits…with enumerated penalities? Has there ever been a single official held accountable and punished for abusing the spy warrant system?

          how many OTHER AND ABOUT queries that amount to essentially the same effect and product as an official FISA warrant have been conducted by DOJ/FBI using other means…such as service providers…and foreign intelligence gathering partners? Contractors both within and outside of US jurisdiction?

          FISA is the tip of the iceberg.

          it must be crushed to be sure…but we will never understand fully the capability of the deep state secret police spy power apparatus, until we start forcing the light switches.

          sunlight….now…waiting will prove fatal.

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      • Sharon says:

        No reason to assume they are angry at being lied to, unless there is evidence that they are.

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      • tojak says:

        BINGO !!!

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    • John-Y128 says:

      Then maybe, Sen Graham should be saying ‘You didn’t do anything wrong’, while leading his witness during his Senate hearing.

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      • Issy says:

        John: So far Lindsey has blessed two Obama Spygate participates with exoneration. Rosenstein and Yates are golden. Do we need any more of his hearings? I’ll pass.

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    • twohartsintx says:

      I am hoping that numerous ones will be charged and found guilty. I am okay with some plea deals, but I don’t want to see just some weak slaps on the wrists. And many need to at bare minimum lose their law licenses. And I would love to see some in Congress forced to resign and face ethics charges.

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  2. rrick says:

    (2:28 time stamp) “We’re not going to do anything inappropriate before the election.”

    What does that mean? Did the AG misspeak?

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    • cboldt says:

      It means that DOJ won;t make any remarks pertaining to Biden or Harris or Trup of Pence any closer than 60 days before the election.
      Other than off-limits Biden, none of the bad actors in 2016 and 2017 has play in the 2020 election. DOJ could lock all of them up and not be afoul of the election-care policy.

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      • ILOT says:

        Good point. The circle is small enough and the crimes egregious enough that AG Barr can enact justice while keeping the institutions in tact. “we Know” means just that; we know the crimes and we know the bad actors, to excuse this spells the end of the Republic.
        To your point cb, justice for the small circle would not be an assault on any involved in November therefore not a case of election year politics. On the contrary, to delay justice would be unAmerican and against due process for PDJT and the American people. Mr. Barr knows this and I’ve pointed to this a number of times as my confidence that justice will prevail.

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        • furtive says:

          Was Disneyland everything you expected?

          This is analogous to the final pool scene in “Sunset Blvd”.
          Rather than Hollywood crumbling , it’s the District of Corruption that resembles the Fall of Rome.

          What will replace it – A city like Sybariis , the slums of Mumbai,, or another Abu Dhabi, the safest city in the world?

          Some things will change but not until the Holder – Obama – Clinton – Clique are banished to a leper colony.

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          • Ken Lawson says:

            The chances of Obama and Clinton having any more than their legacies tarnished is minimal at best. Don’t you remember just a few weeks ago in an interview that Barr said the people at the top of the Obama administration were not part of the investigation? Now, that either means they weren’t or that they were and Barr was lying to keep it a secret.

            It seems to me that right now, the best thing is to wait and see. Now, everyone seems excited that we will know today but I’m not so sure about that. When Sundance wrote about the release of information he said ” If no progress is made by this Friday 5pm, CTH will first share the name of the primary Durham investigator to media previously briefed on the documents we assembled. From there, and within 24 hrs, we will make that name public and direct inquiries can begin.” (link: https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2020/08/10/status-update-meet-at-the-old-mill-we-ride-at-midnight/)

            Everyone here thinks that today at 5PM Sundance will tell us the information, but from the way he wrote it, it appears that he will release it to certain media he has chosen and then over the next 24 hours he’ll make it public. Maybe we’ll be in that initial release, but I suspect we may be part of the next 24 hours he refers to. So, I’m not going to get too excited until I know what Sundance has to say and I am going to hope for the information today but won’t be surprised if we still have one more day to wait.

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            • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

              it appears that he will release it to certain media he has chosen

              Assuming Barr’s impending action hasn’t changed the schedule
              and
              he has chosen that media wisely ……
              we should know shortly after the release.

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      • JoAnn Leichliter says:

        Yeah, right. 🙄

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      • Mike says:

        Doing nothing or limiting the investigation is a political act as well. Why shouldn’t the public know about Biden’s role in all of this before the election? Is it fair for the electorate? There is no 60 day rule. Accepting artificial time constraints on the exercise of justice Is an anathema to equal treatment under the law. Trump’s comments about Barr yesterday re being politically correct must have hit a nerve. And maybe Sundance’s ultimatum contributed to what will be divulged today.

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        • Judith says:

          There was no sixty day “buffer” for candidate Donald John Trump. He’s been vilified by the ENEmedia, harassed by bimbos and actively “investigated” by the DC apparatchik each and every day, from the moment he announced his 2016 candidacy through the present time.

          This man could banish Satan and usher in a thousand years world peace, but none would be the wiser.

          Their arbitrary *neutral* zone is undoubtedly a one-sided ‘heads we win, tails you lose’ proposition. Oh, we are wise to these New World Globalists now. #EVERYBODYKNOWS

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      • gary says:

        if biden wins barr can launch a special counsel on his ukraine crap. 🙂 special counsels don’t go away. do dey…

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      • Tseg says:

        We’re not within 60 days. That is why we got to get the show rolling now. If the Dems win either the Presidency or The House & Senate in November, the show never gets played. Too much risk for the country not to get things going now.

        I’m tired of everyone foreshadowing Act III that never gets played. Time to Put up or Shut up.

        https://thewritingkylie.com/blog/three-act-structure-act-iii-the-ending

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    • tojak says:

      We must keep in mind that barr and durham are walking a tightrope…

      They are in major CYA mode, and are painfully aware that should the commie candidate prevail in the November election, they will come after both barr and durham with vengeance…

      Barr and durham know that ANY action they take will result in immediate cries of “this is politically motivated” from the dnc, members of the failed coup, current commies running for office, the commie controlled media, etc..

      And, they know the commies are ALWAYS in “get even” mode, no matter what the truth of the matter is.

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      • lotbusyexec says:

        I heard this from a great mind and a true patriot, “Truth has NO agenda”. God speed today Sundance, we are all gathered and awaiting instructions.

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      • furtive says:

        No way. Barr is longest Fixer Emeritus of the Swamp in American history almost 40 years. He has always been a conspirator/participant in personal enrichment…a piece of the action.
        The unwritten law of the Swamp Society is “one for all; all for one”. No one breaks that law, or they are suicided. Past is prologue.

        He’s merely to head off the White Hat, “Sundance” & his stallion at the pass.
        Sundance should have 24/7 security & a food taster.

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        • tojak says:

          I have been watching barr since his days as bush’s a.g. ‘way back in 1993 when he ‘headed up” the Ruby Ridge “operation” that resulted in the murders of Randy Weaver’s wife and 14 yr old son…

          I well remember the “congressional” hearings during which barr testified he had no connection with the Ruby Ridge “operation” even tho he was in charge of the fbi, the atf, and the US marshals service, and even tho telephone records showed that he (barr) had received 20+ phone calls from fbi agents and marshals at Ruby Ridge during the “operation”…

          I am further aware that barr has been protecting the failed fbi since the day fbi sniper lon horiuchi shot and killed Randy Weaver’s wife as she stood near her front door holding her 8 month old infant daughter…

          I am aware the said protection has been ongoing and is still present and accounted for, as evidenced by his appointment of wray as “director” of the failed fbi,. wray has continued to cover up the criminal activity by fbi ‘agents’ who lied and falsified documents to frame General Flynn…

          Furthermore, that “cover-up” is ongoing and continuing at the present time with barr’s blessing… Perhaps you have noticed that the criminal fbi agents haven’t been arrested, even tho their crimes have been proven beyond the shadow of a doubt.

          I am well aware that after his stint as bush’s a.g., barr was cozy with the clintons, bush2, the obama administration, and had a finger in various and sundry other political pies…

          In short, I agree barr is deep state to the Nth degree of Magnitude, and am convinced he is acting like a real a.g. only because of pressure being applied by folks like President Trump, Sundance, possibly even from certain members of “congress'” such as chuck grassley (I am not a grassley fan) who was instrumental in the declassification of documents that have recently come to light.

          barr knows he is displeasing the swamp, and is exceedingly worried about what will happen to him should the commie candidate prevail in November…

          Kind of a classic case of being “between a rock and a hard place”…

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          • gary says:

            as barr shrugs…..

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          • GB Bari says:

            Just a thought. If there is any way you could remove the bold font from your posts, they would “read” easier for some of us oldies. Bold is great to highlight a word or phrase sometimes but it’s kind of hard to read for older eyeballs when there are multiple solid blocks of bold text.
            Peace.

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      • corvairfan says:

        So the Dems are saying they don’t like appointed federal law enforcement officials using politicized investigations in an election year? They sure didn’t object to the Mueller/Weissman probe that was used to sway the 2018 mid terms for the Dems. We were only told, yeah, there was no collusion, in 2019 even though it was abundantly clear to the Mueller team by 2017 that there was no collusion.

        And Barr is wrong. We do need tit for tat. There has to be a reckoning. The Dems have to get a taste of their own medicine.

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      • KIMBERLY K HUDSON says:

        Well, its a tightrope of their own making! They sat on this swampy mess for way too long. Let the DNC cry….Donald Trump deserves to have this out in the public eye WITH indictments BEFORE the election! Mueller team sat on the case for optics in order to throw the 2018 Midterms. That’s some evil sh*t right there! The Durham investigation is a noble cause, and there’s no refuting that! Hopefully Durham & staff are noble as well! Let those evil Creeps on both sides of the aisle read ’em & weep, cuz Trump has the winning hand!

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      • DefenderOfTroyDonahue says:

        I wish you would refrain from using boldface type. It’s very distracting and may lead some of us to believe that you may be a very insecure person.

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      • destashjan says:

        Can you turn off the BOLDFACE type? It’s very distracting.

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        • DuaneB says:

          Scroll past it like I do

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          • tojak says:

            Yes… it looks like the “BOLD FACE TYPE” Police are out in force today…

            So, hold on to your hats, ’cause next we will have the “DON’T YELL AT ME IN CAPS” Police, quickly followed by the SPELLING Police, the PUNCTUATION Police, and the “PLEASE HELP ME FIND A SAFE SPACE FOR SNOWFLAKES” Police…

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            • Sharon says:

              You obviously haven’t read the comment guidelines posted by Sundance repeatedly, over the decade……..

              Those who are commenting about your persistent use of bold face are not police. They are individuals who intend to participate in an ongoing conversation, as contrasted with those who intend to win the conversation.

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              • tojak says:

                @Sharon

                I have many times read the guidelines and am fully in compliance with them…

                Yes, a few times over the years I have had a comment deleted by the moderator, but usually due to the fact that I couched language in an unacceptable manner, rather than due to the fact that I used bold font.

                The bottom line, as far as I am concerned, is:

                I don’t try to tell others how to post… I don’t feel threatened if they choose to use bold or caps or italicized font, I don’t climb on their case if their spelling is not the best in the world, I don’t criticize their punctuation…

                I don’t even get blown out of shape if they want to light up a cigarette or take a nip of Old Grand Dad 86 proof… I just stay out of their business and let them post just as if we still lived in the Land of the Free and of the Brave…

                And, as a consequence, they should extend the same courtesy to me, and stay out of my business, just as I stay out of their’s…

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            • Amy2 says:

              Bold face IS rather distracting. Aren’t your comments pertinent enough that they don’t need the fireworks?

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              • DefenderOfTroyDonahue says:

                Some people’s lives are so empty that they’re desperate for attention … even to the point of calling attention to themselves on a highly sophisticated website with a lot of super-intelligent persons who can spot the insecurity from the next county.

                A non-criminal version of the anarchists who spray-paint other people’s property for attention.

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            • flapjackEd says:

              Conflation of minor issues with issues clearly against site policy.

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            • Boyboat says:

              How about just post like everyone else and you won’t have to worry about any “police”?

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    • amwick says:

      I don’t think he misspoke. Nope…Remember all the chaos after Comey did what he did right before the election?? Barr is too smart to pull a stunt, or even a perceived stunt. But he will pursue justice.

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      • jambo says:

        “We’re not going to do anything inappropriate before the election.”

        It is entirely appropriate that criminal activity is exposed.

        It is entirely appropriate that indictments are issued.

        It is entirely appropriate that anybody so indicted has the full spotlight of publicity on them and their ne’er-doings.

        It is entirely appropriate that the low-content voters get the utter treasonous criminality of the previous regime rammed down their throats from now until November.

        “We’re not going to do anything inappropriate before the election.”

        Yup.

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        • DefenderOfTroyDonahue says:

          Larry Walsh issued his indictment of Cap Weinberger on the Friday before the 1992 election. Could anyone cut it closer than that? Leftists never hesitate to shove it in your face. I wish conservatives would show the same type of ballsy attitude.

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        • amwick says:

          I can’t disagree but he has to consider the appearance of impropriety, and weigh that against legal requirements. I think it is a tough call myself…

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          • tpwbama says:

            To not bring charges at first opportunity…..to hell with an election….is the ultimate appearance of impropriety. And while I am at it …..to not charge a past President with a crime because you can’t set a bad precedent, is giving license for Presidents to commit crimes with impunity.

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            • amwick says:

              A thousand people probably know exactly what he should do.. millions.. huh… He is the one that has to figure it out. A surgeon that has to cut out corruption.

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          • borndwebb says:

            Don’t understand your point amwick. You’re saying he should wait until the vote? If they win WHAT HAPPENS. IT will not look political then if he does something in the remaining weeks before they take office.

            I don’t understand all this Justice needs to wait for the Political SOBS, which is BS, We don’t get a pass, ask all those set up in the stings and more they tried before the election and after. There are many right now being targeted, like the host of this site. You say wait. Some of us know what it is like to have the power of people in positions use that power for personal reasons if not political but for monetary reasons as many other.

            WAIT to see, what the FFFFF does that mean. If they win, well they’re good you stop!

            Lady Justice is symbolized as wearing a blindfold, yet many here think we have to play politics with Justice.

            I suggest you look at the beverages you are swallowing, seems like a lot of it is kool-aid. Or maybe you really believe the Constitution is just a piece of toilet paper like GWB said.

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            • amwick says:

              No I don’t want him to wait until the election. Not at all. I am just admitting to myself that there are considerations he has to make, I may not like them, many people may not like them.. This is called an opinion, and if you don’t like it,, that is fine.. Please respect my opinion,, they way I try and respect others… That is what a friendly conversation is about. read the guidelines.

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        • tojak says:

          I hereby agree with what you say …

          But, am sorely afraid that rather than the indicted receiving the full spotlight, said spotlight will be buried at the bottom of page 6 if it is even mentioned at all by our “news” media.

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        • TheWanderingStar says:

          jambo – that’s the ticket!

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      • furtive says:

        Will he? Ostensible Justice is no justice.

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      • Will Hunt says:

        The facts speak for themselves without respect to timing, current/future events, etc.. Barr/Durham, et al are charged with an expeditious pursuit of the facts. If they are not doing that or are being influenced/coerced etc. PDJT needs to act unilaterally.

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    • budklatsch says:

      Ya, just what the hell is inappropriate? How can anything be inappropriate after one administration spies on another with the express intent to deny an election and create distrust on a criminal level? There is now nothing inappropriate in DC politics because of the obama criminal actions.

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    • Kitty-Kat says:

      My opinion: Barr is holding cards in a high stakes poker game, and they were fairly dealt, not from up his sleeve. But it’s not the right time to show them. What if the Democrats win? Then the game will take an ominous turn that will make Barr’s winning hand worthless. Gotta keep the cards hid and play them at the right time.

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    • Issy says:

      rrick: Strange use of the word alright. Perhaps he means he isn’t going to get a fisa warrant on one of Joe’s campaign staff.

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    • Blue Wildflower says:

      I think the fact that Barr is so worried about “the crime of the century” reveal being so close to the elections might be a reason why we had “the crime of the century.” We have no law and order left in this country. I’m just a regular American, I don’t have a law degree nor have I worked in law enforcement but I represent the vast majority of people in this country. Americans are not going to be shocked they are going to be furious! Why do we have the FBI, CIA, etc if they are not for law and order only for themselves? The treepers could write 100 books and not cover all the crimes that have been committed by HW Bush forward. We don’t even understand or know all the crimes against our country but we do know enough crimes to arrest people and get the ball rolling.

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      • gawntrail says:

        It’s like PORN. I might not be able to define it, but, I know it when I see it.

        -said by somebody brighter than I am. (Someone here knows the attribution, please post it)

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        • rrick says:

          Justice Potter Stewart, 1964 Jacobellis v. Ohio

          There was a more recent usage of the quote, say 2005 but I am unsure of the date. I think it was during congressional testimony. I am also unsure of who said it.

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      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        the fact that Barr is so worried about “the crime of the century” reveal being so close to the elections

        The “FACT” that he’s so worried????

        But He’s not worried about it.
        He quite literally says this in the interview
        “We are not being dictated by the election”
        And has said the same thing SEVERAL OTHER TIMES
        (this was about the ONLY thing he DID get to say at his “Reclaiming My Time” testimony)

        It’s EVERYONE ELSE, who is worried about it.
        The Dems, the MSM, and
        Treepers here, who FOR MONTHS have been spouting off about
        “The 90 Day rule”
        “The 60 Day rule” and even a couple of
        “30 Day Rules”

        Maybe Brian Stelter is in the market for this “FACT” of yours.

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  3. Varg says:

    Hmmm, I wonder if someone has been reading CTH…

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  4. tommylotto says:

    One of the candidates used his position of public trust to secure his son a foreign seven figure no-show job — and that is just for starters. It might be distasteful to this AG, but if Biden is not investigated and indicted before the election then this AG is not doing his job. Plain and simple.

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    • cboldt says:

      I agree.
      But, what Barr was talking about here was government action directed against Trump and the public in order to sway the 2016 election and then to remove Trup from office via abuse of legal and congressional powers.
      It would be a shock to me, a welcome one, if the government admitted that special counsel Mueller was a corrupt undertaking fom top to bottom. Should not have been started, once started should have been promptly stopped, none of the prosecutions was valid, the purpose was entrapment of POTUS, etc.
      That’s not the only thing the government did that was corrupt, but it’s one of the bigger ones.

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      • tojak says:

        I totally agree that mueller’s “investigation” was corrupt from the day of it’s inception.

        But… barr has stated MANY times that mueller is now, and has been, his (barr’s) “best friend” for 30+ years…

        With that in mind, I fully expect that anything involving mueller will be “soft-pedaled” to the Nth degree of Magnitude…

        If mueller is even mentioned, it will be one of those “mistakes were made, but there was no criminal intent” comments.

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        • KIMBERLY K HUDSON says:

          Uh Uh….NO WAY! Too bad for the old man….he’s got lots of reapin’ coming for all the evil he brought down on many many people in the 10 years with the Bureau. The 45 million these slimey jerks billed to taxpayers alone is reprehensible! Nothing like a big cash grab before you retire! Screw the soft pedalling, the evidence is in plain sight, so nail the Mueller team & all the rest of the 7th Floor players!

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          • tojak says:

            I fully agree that mueller is in sore need of reaping what he sowed…

            Yes, he spent millions of taxpayer $$$,

            Yes, he was part and parcel of the failed coup attempt,

            Yes he latched on to the criminal “fbi’s” framing of General Flynn in hopes he could somehow use it against the President…

            Yes, he knew on day 1 that the steel information was false, and at that point in time should have declared an end to the “investigation”…

            But, those things do not negate the fact that barr will protect and “take care of” his “best” friend of more than 30 years.

            You don’t have to take my word for it… just lean back and watch it happen.

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          • Issy says:

            Kimberly: I agree completely, but Mueller and his team of prosecutors are immune for their actions. It’s why they do what they do.

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          • budklatsch says:

            Well, I too am a regular American and see so much wrong with ‘DC think’. If I had a friend for 30 years and I found out with absolute certainty that that ‘friend’ had been a major crime player, I would have no problem disclosing the facts and disclosing that we were no longer friends. Friends don’t treat friends that way! And by the by, Mueller has a long checkered career of legal misdeeds overlooked by so many of his ‘friends’.

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      • Chip Doctor says:

        Unless there are indictments the media will simply ignore the story. The only way the American people learn the truth is through indictments of all the coup conspirators including the media.

        Barr is a fixer.

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        • doyouseemyvision says:

          Barr would never have been appointed without McConnell’s selection and overwhelming approval. The agreement he made with the special counsel to drop the case was that his DOJ would not drop indictments. This arrangement was made prior to his appointment.

          Barr doesn’t want to touch any of this with a 10-foot pole, as noted by his successful footdragging for 2 years. It would go against what he agreed to with Mueller, Rosenstein, McConnell and Graham before he was appointed.

          Frankly, I could see him tendering his resignation before he would do anything to prosecute the coup. He’s going to do the minimal amount required.

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    • Gary says:

      Some do not understand the law…..plain and simple.

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      • tojak says:

        Most (including lawyers) do not understand the law… But, since law is written by the hacks in our “congress”, we can expect no less…

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        • Issy says:

          tojak: It seems to me the law is what the judges say it is. The doj has enormous discretion as to who and for what they prosecute. The doj and the judiciary take care of their own.

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      • Paprika says:

        I agree with your statement.

        Now my question would be–Of those that do not understand the law how many are in the FBI, DoJ, and the judicial system, including the judges themselves?

        And of those that actually do understand the law in those positions how many actually apply the laws equally, fairly, and in a ‘legally appropriate’ manner?

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    • 28angelica28 says:

      Just to be fair, another politician’s son also secured advantages (who knows, maybe as payoff for throwing an election–presidential of course). Go after that politician as well. Then there’s another who may have really used the Logan Act in cooperating with Iran for the same family benefit.
      Go after all three General Barr. Then it would be apolitical since both parties would be represented.

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      • tojak says:

        Try to be nice to the said politician today… He needs all of the help he can get…

        I mean,,, Put yourself in his shoes… If you had recently thrown an election for President, had a son involved in the shakedown of the Ukraine, were a prick to the Nth degree of Magnitude, and were named “willard”, you too would be in sore need of someone being nice to you today.

        As to the other guy, I’ll let you put the ketchup on that…

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  5. I wanted that interview to inspire confidence. I did.

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  6. pristach says:

    Barr has his own insurance policy. It’s called the Durham report, not the Durham indictments.

    He can point to it regardless of who wins the election. His legacy will be preserved.

    Coward.

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    • furtive says:

      Very wealthy coward,dear.

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    • borndwebb says:

      It is not being a coward when you do it for your cause. Then it is being a “hero”. The coward shrinks and fails for one side, and prays for his life to the other. Barr is not a coward if he does not act, he is goes to that other level of treachery. To our Constitution, his Oath of Office and much more.

      As stated here many Times. Barr’s problem is we KNOW.

      We at this site know a lot, for those of us who have researched since Trayvon going forward to date, there are many other abuses of power have been uncovered. Even in the small town murder of a young woman. We found abuses of power for coverup reasons.

      This abuse is FROM BOTH PARTIES and goes from the top down to local officials. Just notice how many mayors, governors, Health departments went full in and still are on the COVID lock down and mask crap. We have institutional political involvement from top to bottom in all levels of govt, and part affiliation seems to have little to do with it.

      Heck I read their is a lawsuit against BLM. Well BLM is just a name some letters. They have to official recognition. They have no charter, LLC, Corp, etc etc. Show me a state they are registered in as a Charity. Were does all this money go we hear being donated. Whose bank account. Yet, crickets. So far some really intelligent people have looked and have found zero. So who do you file your cause of action against. If you know please reply

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  7. KBR says:

    If using “tit for tat” is the WRONG way now, and the same system was not used for everybody by the tatters, why have the tatters NOT BEEN INDICTED already?

    Either use tit for tat, ie: the same system of justice the tatters used for everybody, or prove that tatters did illegal actions and arrest them. It aint rocket science Bill.

    BTW I do believe the Dem party is in tatters. When we vote in such large numbers that even the mail in ballots won’t overwhelm our votes, you will hear me titter from east to west coast.

    Synonyms for titter
    Synonyms: Verb
    break up, cackle, chortle, chuckle, crack up, giggle, hee-haw, laugh, roar, scream, snicker…
    (Miriam Webster)

    tatters
    plural noun
    rags, scraps, shreds, bits, pieces, fragments, in ruins, ruined, devastated, finished, destroyed, shattered, in disarray, dead in the water (informal) …
    (Free Dictionary)

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    • grlangworth says:

      Now, I think that is an appropriate use of Miriam Webster. Vociferous.

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    • cboldt says:

      There is a universe of corruption in the realms of not-criminal investigatory and prosecutorial discretion.
      Appointment of Mueller was corrupt, but the appointment was not a crime.
      “Whistleblow” and impeachment of Trump was corrupt, but being out of whistleblower lane and bringing unfounded articles of impeachment is not a crime.
      Most of the damage the press does is by insinuation built on speculation, not by reporting. Not a crime. Probably not even the tort of defamation.
      Much as they deserve it, it would be problematic to lock up all the bad-doers. Half of Congress, most of the press, 20-30% of the public, judges, most of the state department, CIA, FBI and DOJ … it’s a fun dream!

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      • friendlyredneck says:

        Seems that all of that is “sedition”.

        “Sedition is overt conduct, such as speech and organization, that tends toward insurrection against the established order. Sedition often includes subversion of a constitution and incitement of discontent toward, or resistance against, established authority.”

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        • Issy says:

          friendlyredneck: Sedition was what I called it the day in Fall of 2017, when I first read the Strzok/Page text, but I have been told what all these political thugs did does not fit the “legal” definition for prosecution. Apparently plain English is not good enough, so they have to phrase the laws with wiggle room for the seditionist.

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      • 28angelica28 says:

        Maybe they aren’t crimes, but they are disqualifying events. Be it remaining in Congress, continuuing in “journalism circles”, employment in any government role–all complicit players MUST be removed from any connection to the government.
        Does anyone here believe that liberals would in any way accept that their beloved CNN, MSNBC, NBC, CBS, ABC, NYT, WaPo, LATimes, Chicago Trib, et al lie to them to sell a narrative? This crowd is so blinded by the narrative, that the truth is completely unrecognizable to them. Like good little Nazis, they accepted the challenge (or suggestion) to get in their faces, to burn down the institutions, to fundamentally change America–thus we have AntiFA, BLM and other anarchist outcroppings of the Socialist movement.

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      • meow4me2 says:

        Saw a good word for insinuation based on speculation a few years ago – insinuendo. Good amalgam from an honest journalist, forgot who came up with it, but a good one.

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      • furtive says:

        Rome fell. You don’t think it can happen in DC.?
        It takes those willing to sacrifice.

        There will be no pomp, circumstance, or fanfare. The World will little note, but history shall long remember
        We Mutually Pledge To Each Other Our Lives, Our Fortunes And Our Sacred Honor.
        It’s merely a job that HAS to be done.

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    • 28angelica28 says:

      “Synonyms for titter
      Synonyms: Verb
      break up, cackle, chortle, chuckle, crack up, giggle, hee-haw, laugh, roar, scream, snicker…
      (Miriam Webster)”

      As I read this, my mind played Hillary laughing. That cackle, chortle, crack up, screech that she uses as her laugh.

      “tatters
      plural noun
      rags, scraps, shreds, bits, pieces, fragments, in ruins, ruined, devastated, finished, destroyed, shattered, in disarray, dead in the water (informal) …
      (Free Dictionary)”
      Then I read this and my mind went to hammer-handed Hillary banging out her computers and phones and then wiping them with a cloth.

      I hope the old hag gets hers this weekend too!

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  8. ericthedeplorable says:

    Today is the day Sundance picked long ago for phase 2. It can’t be a coincidence that Sundance has been demanding action by today, and now all of a sudden we have Barr announcing there will be a development today. Well done. Keep pushing.

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  9. ALLAN CRAIN says:

    Once again I hurt my voice screaming obscenities at Sean to STFU and let the guest speak. Oh, no! He had to once again reiterate how much he knows with 60 second questions.
    Somebody, please talk to Hannity about his boorish interviewing lack of skill.
    Meanwhile, I’m enjoying Greg Kelly and Howie Carr on NewsMax TV.

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    • benifranlkin says:

      Just move the little red dot at the bottom bar with your cursor until Sean’s lips stop moving and the other guy’s start. I have been doing this for years. That way I can tolerate Mr Hannity’s videos and continue to remind myself he has been an unwavering TV supporter of the President like no other.

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    • trumpsbamagirl says:

      I wanted Barr to say, “Reclaiming my time!!”

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    • furtive says:

      To Hannity’s surprise, Barr asked to be on his show.
      Hannity had POTUS & PENCE on earlier in the week.
      A trifecta.
      Hannity is his biggest peanut gallery. He is way out of his league so he yaps to justify his “gets”. He’s a simpleton.
      No one is more shocked than Hannity that he got so lucky.
      Likely, he wakes up every morning wondering when his luck will end.
      Colmes died. Ailes died. Greta, Gretchen, O’Reilly, Bolling, John & Juliet Huddy, Bo Diet, a Eric Burns, & Ed Henry were fired.

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      • borndwebb says:

        Timing is everything isn’t it.

        Barr asked to be on right after Sundance turned down the offer of a delay. And posted to Kerri K

        Today we have images and Feel good for Barr as a followup after Hannity in the headlines as he travels to be before an adoring crowd.

        SOP (procedure) in public relations to get out in front of something you know is coming.

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    • borndwebb says:

      I finally made the connection last night to who Hannity reminded me of. Then it hit me.

      can’t shut up.
      Interrupts all the Time, generally to explain how much they know
      generally these interruptions occur when the guest is about to say something really useful, you want to hear.
      Etc.

      ALEX JONES. does the exact same thing. When Dr. Pieczenik is a guest he is at his worst. When someone who really knows something Hannity and ALex they both begin their act.

      We call them GateKeepers

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    • Amy2 says:

      I don’t think the AG would have given us any more info if Hannity HAD quieted down. He wasn’t giving anything up, he would have just said it slower.

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  10. ericthedeplorable says:

    Today is the day Sundance picked long ago for phase 2. It can’t be a coincidence that Sundance has been demanding action by today, and now all of a sudden we have Barr announcing there will be a development today. Well done. Keep pushing.

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    • beach lover says:

      There is a lot of coverage of this Barr announcement. Lots of posts on Twitter and around the net. We all know why this is happening today. I just wonder if Sundance will accept it as enough?

      I think not. We’ve got their attention now. Let’s roll.

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  11. Reaganite says:

    I get impression that “inapproptiate” translates as
    “to indict a candidate, 60 days out.” But in this
    year of rubberized rules and early early mailins
    counted when needed, what is “60 days out ?”

    “Tit for tat” is another situation ethics type verbal enigma here.
    And what would be the perfect opposite, to “turn the other
    cheek” ?

    Barr says, he means he wants to return to the way the single
    standard of law SHOULD have been, in order to correct abuse
    which now has us at the precipice of legitimacy, teetering on abysmal
    collapse of law.

    And we ARE now at the point of mob rule, Lawfare, lobbyists,
    yard sale of the USA, Newspeak, Neo-Marxism on the march,
    and, justifiably I regret to say, the potential loss of any trust
    in our elections and institutions. VALUES are in the dock,
    so to speak. SD and CTH are the go-to-guys for apt and accurate
    descriptions of all this,

    Barr is a lot smarter than I am , That I know. I read into this
    interview clip that AG Barr is really feeling the heat of all this,
    and is fully aware now that WE KNOW. He knows we know,
    and he knows PDJT knows. And they are ralking about it,
    in a professional ( “appropriate ?”) manner. I think
    Barr feels boxed in in ways I do not yet understand.

    Barr is boxed in, IMO, in ways that SunDance will begin to clarify
    for us all today, in this dawning day, weekend and beyond.
    The enormity of this makes me talk too much in the profound
    silence of this moment. Forgive me for thinking aloud here.

    May God Bless and protect SunDance President Trump and his Team,
    and us all- people of Good Will here and everywhere.

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  12. richard verney says:

    Didn’t he say that the annoucement today (this Friday) will not be Earth shattering. So I guess that the delays will continue, at least until the end of the month.

    There is absolutely nothing stopping the immediate indictment of Clinesmith (the guy who altered the email to support the FISA), and both McCabe and Comey could have been indicted long ago, for lying/leaking and both were slam dunk charges, bt it appears that they have laready been let of these low order process crimes. Being the optomist, perhaps the announcement today, will cover at least Clinesmith.

    Whilst previously I have noted that none of the FBI/CIA/DOJ players are up for election to any political office this November, such that indictmnents could be made in Septemeber and October, it maybe that Barr will consider the whole matter far too sensitive, if steps are taken within 60 days of the election. In the circumstances, we will know how serious Barr and Durham are, within the next 19 days. Sundance knows more about what is going on than any of us commenting, so we will have to trust Sundance. Personally, I have more confidence in Sundance, than either Barr or Durham.

    I feel that the next 10 days will be very interesting.

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    • BitterC says:

      It is within the realm of possibilities that Clinesmith was given immunity for giving up the name of the person that ordered him to alter the email about Page.

      He also was involved with PapaD. Maybe he had info about the $10K and/or other things. The guy was not a bit player.

      If they gave him immunity, they would not want that cat out of the bag until the time is right.
      This is the only explanation that makes sense to me for why he has not been indicted yet

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      • L4grasshopper says:

        There are no “bit players” in any of this.

        All of the corrupt behavior came from senior officials….and their bosses! Lisa Page, the Ohrs, Strzok….these were senior people who reported to the top.

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        • ss006 says:

          Clinesmith is a bit player. But the conspiracy angle is the wider net here. Conspiracy in federal cases adds years to sentences and can pull in people who didn’t “actually do anything.” It’s also a big lever in getting people to flip to avoid those extra years. Similar to how the NY mob bosses were immune from specific crimes since they had others carry them out but RICO finally pulled them in. That’s the play here IMO – conspiracy for Obamagate since there’s clear evidence of planning an coordination. For Ukraine, where there’s clear money laundering, RICO could also come into play.

          Making these bigger cases, including not rushing for small wins at the expense of the larger conspiracy net, takes time and planning.

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          • lynnarie says:

            I was just getting ready to ask about RICO when I saw your comment, ss006, and I thank you for it.

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          • borndwebb says:

            Secret Service double naught 6.

            Is that you Dan B

            and if you think that is what is going on (not rushing) what proof do you have that is his agenda. I don’t see that from his history or current actions.

            “Takes Time and planning”.

            Well he certainly is using lots and lots and lots of Time. Planning hmmm with all the other OIGs returning crap, Exactly what planning do you see. That mysterious we just to have faith planning? All OIGS to date have been abject failures.

            If that is you. Get a tattoo of SS006, 😉
            In fact his current actions the last few days don’t speak to that at all imo.

            6 huh. funny dat.

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  13. These 3 in a row morning posts by Sundance gives me hope that some sort of transparency and justice will be served.

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  14. mg says:

    time for barr to don his safari ware and scoot to alaska in his pontoon plane for a meeting with the eskimos

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  15. Patriot says:

    AG Barr “charges will be brought when it can be proven beyond any reasonable doubt”.

    This is going to be a HRC – Comey redo. Comey, after a scathing public speech regarding classified emails, closes with no charges.

    Bet is Durham will issue a scathing report, and then says it can’t be proven beyond any reasonable doubt.

    They are ALL WALKING.

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    • nope, he said there would have to be prosecutions or the AMerican people would never trust government again.

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      • cboldt says:

        I’m a bit of mind that American people not trusting the government would be a positive thing.
        The more the rot is exposed, and no corrective action is taken, the more restive the public.
        It’s going to take an awake and enraged critical mass of public to change things. The government is incapable of correcting itself. It is out of control.

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        • Gary says:

          Ahhhactually, Up until the Warren Report the vast majority of Americans trusted their government to do the right thing, after that it all went down hill fast.

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          • LafnH20 says:

            A magic bullet (Preposterous on its face) and a lone wolf with a “History” who managed to “Outsmart” the Experts.

            Things haven’t changed much since then.

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    • benifranlkin says:

      You mean deja vu…all over again? I still say Slow Joe and Kameltoe got no shot. And I will keep working to make it true.

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    • Patriot says:

      Sundance is right. Durham / others have NO CLUE. I add that they either have No Clue or it’s WILLFUL.

      POTUS is right when he said AG Barr will either go down as the greatest AG of all time or just as another average guy.

      That to Maria B earlier in the morning. Barr came out last evening with these soft statements about reasonable doubt and restoring justice by not acting like the previous Admin with their wicked pursuit of DJT and associates WHO DID NOTHING WRONG.

      Bottom line. AG Barr will go down in history as just another AVERAGE GUY. Sundance’s material will release, but will be ignored / drowned out by the Dem Convention next week.

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      • 28angelica28 says:

        Seeing Harris referred to as Kamaltoe reminded me of something Larry Elder said on a show a few days ago. He said that the Democrats had to get Harris announced because
        they were a couple more Biden (racial) gaffes away from Maxine Waters being the VP nominee. Now that’s a sobering thought!!

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      • cboldt says:

        That’s fair speculation.
        Just adding a bit of connecting material. Trump said Barr would either be politically correct (soft) or one of the greatest.
        Barr claimed he would not have joined the Trump administration if he (Barr) was politically correct.
        We don’t know how much fight Barr has in him, but my sense is that he agreed to this assignment because he was troubled by the rampant abuse of power for political purposes. Had DOJ kept within it historical abuses and not gone hog wild, he may have chosen retirement.
        I think we do know, Barr has few allies, and is pretty much surrounded by enemies in his own department. Imagine the time Elliott Ness would have if his lieutenants were members of the mob.

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        • ss006 says:

          All Barr’s public statements point to the latter – that he came on board specifically because he was troubled by what he saw.

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          • furtive says:

            Not he was summoned & not by potus.,his op ed was a plant to open the door.
            Why leave a lucrative job when you are about to retire.

            Think outside of the box.

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          • borndwebb says:

            Old statement that always rings true,

            Do not listen to what they say.

            Pay attention to what they do.

            This statement we have to have a case beyond reasonable doubt is pure malarky. Who decides “beyond reasonable doubt”, a JURY. not the prosecutor. If you have case you have a case. Many prosecutions are based on less evidence that what is already KNOWN.

            Weasel words by Barr always. Is there any reasonable doubt in any of you with all we have seen. Strock Page, Mueller, pull the other one Barr.

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        • Blue Wildflower says:

          Did George W recommend AG Barr?

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      • furtive says:

        A very RICH Average guy who sleeps with dogs & wakes up with fleas.

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    • Ospreyzone says:

      Determination of proof beyond reasonable doubt is the jury’s purview, not Bill Barr’s.
      Barr’s job is to present ALL evidence and let a jury decide if conspiracy was committed.

      Conspiracy – “an agreement to perform together an illegal, wrongful, or subversive act.”

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      • Patriot says:

        Exactly. Let a jury decide, not Durham or Barr

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      • Patriot says:

        Exactly. Let a jury decide.

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        • Blue Wildflower says:

          When all this comes out, the American people will be the judge and jury. Look at Seattle and all the rioters that have been released with no charges. Regular Americans do everything they can to be law abiding, we don’t want to do anything against the law because of what we think would happen to us. Yet, the people we hired to protect our county, our families and our lives are criminals that steal our liberty, freedom, money and future. Wait until they find out the DOJ has known for years and done nothing. President Trump has told us but the criminals own the tv media. Throw in the CDC and governors
          that would not let us have medication to protect ourselves and many, many died that did not need to die. This list could go on and on, in fact it could be never ending because it continues to this day.

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        • Rhi316 says:

          “Let a jury decide”…
          Unfortunately, in the District of Criminals. Thus the conundrum. How is a coup attempt, an all out effort to overthrow the duly elected President of the United States NOT a military tribunal warranted crime?

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      • cboldt says:

        There is a canon of prosecutorial ethics. It’s toothless, but it exists as part of the propaganda against the public, that courts are places of justice.
        The general rule is that probable cause is sufficient basis for charging and taking to trial. If this was applied, the courts would be overloaded.

        (a) A prosecutor should seek or file criminal charges only if the prosecutor reasonably believes that the charges are supported by probable cause, that admissible evidence will be sufficient to support conviction beyond a reasonable doubt, and that the decision to charge is in the interests of justice.

        https://www.americanbar.org/groups/criminal_justice/standards/ProsecutionFunctionFourthEdition/
        Bringing charges is often a political action, not a “justice” action. Punishment by process is not unusual at all, and prosecutors are virtually immune because prosecutorial discrection, and mistakes are expected and allowed.

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        • Issy says:

          cboldt: I have figgered that out over the last few years. I would be perfectly happy to see Brennan, Comey and a few others marched in and out of federal courthouses for the next three years. The end result wouldn’t be that important to me.

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      • L4grasshopper says:

        Exactly. All Barr has to have is reasonable probable cause.

        Indictments could/would induce some “singing” as well….

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        • ss006 says:

          There is no point bringing weak bases without solid evidence to court. Particularly with DC juries. That’s the whole point of “beyond a reasonable doubt.” He’s saying they need to build cases they know they can win.

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          • Blue Wildflower says:

            How about the Steele dossier, there was not one bit of evidence in that dossier that was proof of a crime? Everything was lies and not one witness to confirm any of them. We could have lost an innocent sitting president over this. Yet, on the other hand, there is sound evidence of crimes by a past president and his administration. All of you highly educated attorneys, judges, etc can say what you want, but justice delayed is justice denied. If this is not taken care of Americans will be the judge and jury on all of D.C.

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          • Chip Doctor says:

            I could have done that by now. Ridiculous argument at this point. It could be done on SD’s info alone. Then to have access to other information as well? If they don’t, it’s because they don’t want. We must force them.

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    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      You surprised that LAWYERS and LAWMEN didn’t
      leave their fingerprints, DNA, and drop their driver’s licenses
      at the crime scene?

      It’s easy to “prove” a “crime” on the internet.

      IMO The big kahuna was always a CONSPIRACY case in the main and they are damn difficult to prove.

      These perps may be evil but they aren’t dumb.
      And for every 10 pieces of INCUPATORY evidence is a piece that can be spun as EXCULPATORY.

      An example:
      We all “KNOW” Peter Strzok was part of the plot to take down POTUS, right?
      Well why would Pete DOCUMENT his “debunking” of a NYT article that actually HELPS HIS PLOT?

      Click to access Annotated%20New%20York%20Times%20Article.pdf

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    • Amy2 says:

      ‘nothing reasonable about DC courts, and every person has their own definitions when it comes to “doubt.” Sigh.

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  16. Barr said the American people will never trust government again unless there are indictments. he also expressed quite plainly that mail in ballots is not doable.

    And was it Sundance or elsewhere that mentioned Pelosi wanting 25 Bil to make the post office ready for mail in ballots, Trump saying she won’t get it and so it’s not possible for them to do mail-in ballots?

    If we had to wait weeks for election results and hte left was able to stall the government China or Iran would be able to come in and overthrow us in a heartbeat. And we know the short sighted left thinks that THEY would survive under communist or islamist rule. What the left doesn’t understand is that Communism and hard line sharia law do not trust traitors, even when those traitors helpd them.

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    • Talkofthetown says:

      That will never happen.There are a lot more Americans than Americants. China nor Iran nor any country In the world.. Iran lmao let them try!

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    • Gary says:

      “China or Iran would be able to come in and overthrow us in a heartbeat.”

      You do realize that the licensed deer hunters in the states of Wisconsin and Minnesota, if combined would rank as the 4th largest army in the world. That’s just licensed deer hunters in two states, not all owners…country wide… by any means.

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      • ganesh says:

        Don’t forget Texas.

        But I digree. Are deer hunters typically conservative?

        Minnesota: The DNR sold 368,00 resident deer licenses for the 2017 gun season and 13,000 nonresident licenses.

        Wisconsin: The DNR reported a deer kill of at least 336,000 in 2018

        Texas: Texas had over 1 million paid hunting-license holders during 2018, according to the F&WS, a total that’s No. 1 in the nation. The Texas Parks & Wildlife Department estimates hunters harvest 430,000 to 500,000 whitetails annually, which is also No. 1 in the country.

        Rank Country Active Military Personnel
        1 China 2,035,000
        2 India 1,444,500
        3 United States of America 1,359,450
        4 Democratic People’s Republic of Korea 1,280,000
        5 Russian Federation 900,000
        6 Pakistan 653,800
        7 Republic of Korea 625,000
        8 Iran 523,000
        9 Vietnam 482,000
        10 Egypt 438,500

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    • mayflowerchild says:

      Democrat don’t want the election to end on election day. Their goal is to create chaos… the more, the better. They WANT the courts (liberal) to decide the election.

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      • borndwebb says:

        mark Levin has had a long list of people on his radio show and TV show who discuss what happens in a case where the election cannot be decided. It is in the Constitution, the process. He had many guests on for a week or more. each one on the theories tossed around. Nancy takes over Jan 1 etc etc. ALL BS.

        If it cannot be decided because of many reasons. It goes back to the states for electors. The last guest he had answer his question and stated where and how it will progress from the Constitution. The forefathers saw this might happen (for many reasons)

        Bottom line. He said the way it would work out is that President Trump would win in the electoral college from this process. Even with a few “traitors” from the State legislators acting as the electors, still looks good.

        We have about a 6 or seven electoral lead in that process.

        And as someone said well they will be turncoats. My reply was this.

        Really, do you want to be the guy (s) who turned their back on their party and state citizens who put them in office. You’re goin go back and live in that state and walk around like nothing happened in the most important elections in a very long Time.

        Do you think those pantywaists traitors have the balls to do that. Do you want to be the elector(s) who turned the country socialist/communist.

        All said
        NOPE

        So bottom line there is a process laid out to settle the election.

        Of course they have both sides ignored the Constitution so far anyway.

        Where does that put us to fix this.

        You know

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  17. icthematrix says:

    By the way Barr frames the investigation time period I am convinced of a couple of things:

    1. He plans to limit the “report” to the period of 2016 as candidate Trump, thru the Mueller report actions, and no further. No deeper.

    2. This means he will NOT follow the evidence of the deeper most destructive crimes that were the abuse of the NSA spying on others, use of NSA for information via contractors to gain immense wealth, and the scope of the abuse amongst the leadership of both parties.

    He refuses to go down the rabbit hole.

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    • cboldt says:

      Agree. A small point in the other direction, Barr said 2016 and 2017 actions. Mueller was appointed in May 2017 – not saying Barr will report on that appointment, I’m just trying to provide a frame of reference.
      The more historical review, abuse of surveillance power as outlined in a couple FISC opinions and orders, I think that is going to be ignored and deemed fixed, even though it’s broken.
      No matter what Barr does, it is my hope that the people arrive at a deep and purpose-driven distrust of the government. Given what the government has done with the WuFlu, I think it is reasonable to view the government as hostile to the people. Pretty fine line between ordering sick people into convalesent homes and ordering people onto death row.

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      • 28angelica28 says:

        I would even let Barr give cover to his friend Mueller in exchange for exposing Weissmann as the chief Satanic leader of the “Special Counsel”. He could even show that Mueller previously had a diagnosis of dementia prior to his appointment and that he was a “useful idiot” to the Communists seeking to overthrow the government.

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        • cboldt says:

          I’d rather see Rosenstein disgraced. Weismann is already disgraced. so is Mueller, to anybody who learns his history rather than take the soundbites that his frined in Congress give him.

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          • KIMBERLY K HUDSON says:

            Weissman is not disgraced in the left’s eyes, nor Mueller! Weissman got a sweet NYU law professor job, he’s written a hit piece on Trump set to hit the shelves anyday now & he’s an advisor on one of the media channels. I want his a** to go DOWN!

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          • Disgraced but not in jail, earning big bucks and laughing at us Deplorables is not a punishment. Disgraced and IN JAIL is a more appropriate punishment.

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      • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

        Barr said 2016 and 2017 actions. Mueller was appointed in May 2017 – not saying Barr will report on that appointment, I’m just trying to provide a frame of reference.

        Seems it’s much easier to prove a CONSPIRACY relating to the Special Counsel than the 2016 stuff.
        2016 can at least argue : “we MAY have a case”
        Mueller STARTED with: “we have NO case”

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    • lemontree says:

      I believe it was Bash that was tasked with the unmaskings and some say the NSA queries.

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    • ss006 says:

      In the House hearing, he said Bash was going back “much further” than 2016/2017 (answer to Jordan). I don’t think he’s limiting things. I think what he meant last night is specifically that what happened to Trump will be clearly explained to the American people. But the overall investigation will be bigger than that IMO.

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  18. Grant Hodges says:

    Barr’s interpretation of election policy sounds like a man justifying his failure to provide the people with the news they need to judge the election . . . in time for the election. This all seems so repetitious and got the t-shirt. Democrats will indict Cap Weinberger a week or two before the election and not see a thing wrong with that, neither will the rest of the Elite. Republicans . . . just never seem to make to court on time. Prove me wrong, Barr! You’ve got nothing but a softball. Prove me wrong.

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    • ss006 says:

      He also said they would not be “on an election schedule.” You have to listen to everything he said. In the full Hannity interview, the minute or so starting around 1:45 is worth watching/listening to several times. I think they’ll only avoid anything directly related to Biden (who may never be touched anyway). Saying that prosecuting Obama era coup plotters is election interference is going to be a ridiculous argument from the left and will only show that their only motive is to keep things hidden. Particularly after his treatment by the House, I really doubt Barr is going to hold much back due to the election. Watch/listen to that segment and decide for yourself though.

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      • Amy2 says:

        Agree. He has to put enough out there without putting the name “Biden” on it, or the left will drown out the needed info with “election interference” cries. A tough hand to play.

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      No…it sounds like a man applying the “rules” in an environment where nobody else does.

      Sort of like going into a boxing ring with legal gloves on, when your opponent is wearing brass knuckles and the ref is the opponent’s best pal.

      Doing the right thing….but being stupid about it given the context and situation.

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      • ss006 says:

        I disagree. Listen to everything he’s said. Not just in this interview but in other recent interviews. We’ll see, but I think most of the comments on Barr here are off base because the narrative here has conditioned people to believe nothing significant can happen and/or Barr is part of the problem.

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        • cboldt says:

          The skepticism is justified, IMO.
          And it’s understandable for people to think in terms of all or nothing – I don’t mean all the bad guys, I mean pick a bad guy and if he’s not indicted then there is no accountability.
          Based on the amount of bad action government officials and workers get away with (see Brennan, Page, landing CNN gigs) or are even rewarded for Comey gets a book deal, etc.), what passes for “accountability” by the government definition is solid food for cynicism.
          I don’t expect to see it, but good explanation for the judgment calls would temper that cynicism at least for the few that see and are capable of understanding it.
          DOJ opinion against ICIG Atkinson was blistering. Hardly anybody outside of Congress is aware it even exists, and Congress is invested in sabotaging the Trump agenda.

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          • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

            DOJ opinion against ICIG Atkinson was blistering

            This the OLC opinion or did they prepare a formal report about MA’s removal?

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  19. Drobaselt says:

    The ‘tit for tat’ comment was disappointing for me. It sounds like he is giving legitimacy to prior actions and downplaying inaction. If he truly felt this is a tit for tat situation, then in letting the tat go why hasn’t he corrected any of the tit? In essence, he’s letting questionable activity stand against people like Flynn, Stone, Papadopolous, etc while trying to claim that their inaction against clearer cut cases of similar activity by McCabe, Comey, Brennan, etc would not comport with the appropriate ‘one standard for all’.

    If you don’t correct the first part when there is an opportunity to do so but still allow the second part, then you are setting two standards.

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    • beach lover says:

      Maybe Im fooling myself, but I took the comment “tit for tat”, to Sean’s comment about early morning raids, and all the mantra that he repeats constantly. And Barr was basically saying to him.. just because they were wrong, doesnt mean we have to be.

      My disgruntled feeling after the interview was not with Barr as much as Hannity, He was more interested in telling Barr how much he has worked “unpeeling the onion”… for 3 years.. Please.

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      • meow4me2 says:

        Agree with you that tit for tat was in reference to raiding homes in the early dawn hours. With Hannity, maybe his oft repeated statement was also part of the “we know” message to Barr.

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        • Drobaselt says:

          Point partially taken – however, it doesn’t cover the two tier system implied by the declination to charge someone like McCabe for much clearer cut cases of 1001 violations. They’ve been dragged kicking and screaming in regards to finally requesting to drop the case against Flynn. With the public information known, the case against McCabe was clearly much stronger than the one trying to be made against Flynn.

          I guess my point being, when they announced that they were not going to indict McCabe (Feb 14) they should have already moved to dismiss against Flynn – not waited another two to three months later (May 7).

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          • beach lover says:

            They couldnt and can’t even now. Flynn is the glue that is holding what’s left of their scheme. Why else would they(Mueller group) be working so hard to keep it going?

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        • Chip Doctor says:

          Tit for tat was likely a reference for Comey reopening the investigation into Hillary’s emails a week before the election.

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      • A better aphorism would have been “Two wrongs don’t make a right.”

        He will prosecute if they have sufficient evidence to prove every element of an offense beyond a reasonable doubt. He’s not going to bring indictments for p.r. purposes, like Mueller did with the Russians.

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    • KBR says:

      If using “tit for tat” is the WRONG way now, and the same system was not used for everybody by the tatters, why have the tatters NOT BEEN INDICTED already?

      Either use tit for tat, ie: the same system of justice the tatters used for everybody, or prove that tatters did illegal actions and arrest them. It aint rocket science Bill.

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  20. S. Armaticus says:

    Tomorrow Sundance releases name of lead investigator to general public…

    Also tomorrow, The Feast of the Assumption…

    Coincidence…

    Hardly!

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    • mauritia17 says:

      I took note that the release falling on this important Feast Day also. Coincidence NOT.
      Sub tuum praesidium confugimus,
      Sancta Dei Genetrix.
      Nostras deprecationes ne despicias in necessitatibus,
      sed a periculis cunctis libera nos semper,
      Virgo gloriosa et benedicta.
      Amen

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  21. SpankynotAlfalfa says:

    This is our motto:
    https://ibb.co/wLz8c0f

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  22. Bon Am says:

    “I sought for the greatness and genius of America in her commodious harbors and her ample rivers – and it was not there . . . in her fertile fields and boundless forests and it was not there . . . in her rich mines and her vast world commerce – and it was not there . . . in her democratic Congress and her matchless Constitution – and it was not there. Not until I went into the churches of America and heard her pulpits aflame with righteousness did I understand the secret of her genius and power. America is great because she is good, and if America ever ceases to be good, she will cease to be great.”

    ― Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America

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    • SlowLearner says:

      Absolutely! The rise in criminality corresponds to the decline in morality. The cure is not as simple and obvious as the disease, alas. We have a cultural failing; it cannot be addressed by laws. We the people need a gut-check look in the mirror at what we’ve become. I’m not an overtly religious person, but I understand the necessity of a strong moral foundation allowing the rise of an America endowed with “greatness and genius.” Most people don’t really understand when I assert that I am far from a racist, that one’s skin color is boring to me, but that I am an avowed CULTURALIST – apologies. If you and I share the same social values, then we’re compatico. Our individual wrapping paper is meaningless; it’s the content of our characters.

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      • SlowLearner says:

        Sorry – “apologies” should be “no apologies.”

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      • Ken Lawson says:

        The fact is that our founders said that our government would only work for a moral and religious people, which we are not. We are very far from it. You may or may not be religious, but God has made it clear he blesses the righteous (and righteous does not refer to patriotism, it refers to morality.). In II Chronicles 7:14 God said that if we turn from our sin and immorality and live our lives as He commands, then He will heal the nation. Many prayed for America to be healed and God actually didn’t wait for the American people to abandon their immorality and lack of faith, He went ahead and gave us Donald Trump as POTUS and our nation started to heal. But in that it seems apparent that He expects us to respond by turning from our immorality and living according to His laws. If we don’t (and there’s certainly been no spiritual revival in America since POTUS was elected), then it only makes sense that at some point God will remove His hand of blessing from America and we will continue down the path into darkness (remember Reagan warning that we could easily enter a period of 1000 years of darkness).

        So, you’re right that morality is ciritical. That and religion are what America must have or any blessings we currently have will, at some point, be taken away. Our founders knew it and warned about it. We need to listen.

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    • Greg1 says:

      Excellent quote, thanks for posting it.

      There is an irony in that Alexis de Tocqueville was a proud leftist/liberal. Which, back then, was ENTIRELY different from those leftist/liberals of today who are nowhere near the “classical liberal”.

      No, today’s leftists are socialist/communists and more communists than anything. They seek the destruction of the USA. And they don’t WANT people going to church and being good, it interferes with the bidding of their overlords.

      There is a reason the antifa thugs burn American flags and BIBLES.

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  23. rld rld says:

    What I have prayed for— I have prayed for two things, and I see the possibility of both prayers being answered in one act. I have prayed for Light on the Truth regarding Hussein’s administration, with the opening of our people’s hearts and minds. I have prayed for the Vindication and Freedom of Mike Flynn. Mike Flynn IS one of God’s warrior’s. He Has suffered UNJUSTLY, and I believe that starting today Our Lord will begin the Righting of Wrongs.
    Paul’s words on God as a Judge—–“He is a judge who takes no bribes. He is a judge who cannot be fooled. He is a judge who does not make mistakes.”
    Trump—-2020

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    • wxgrl says:

      I was just telling my husband I think today’s developments may have something to do with General Flynn. I tried to read and follow along with the hearing earlier this week but my legalese is nonexistent. I’ll pray along with you rld.

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  24. Bubby says:

    Hopefully what AG Barr reports tomorrow doesn’t rival Geraldo Rivera when he opened Al Capone’s vault! He got nothing but ratings!

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  25. Seneca the Elder says:

    Sorry, but this looks like another case of the triumph of hope over experience.
    Barr is still pretending he doesn’t have all the information and POWER he needs to actually DO something like put away these criminal thugs.
    Looks like Sundance somehow miraculously got through to him.
    Funny that Barr doesn’t look happy at all.
    More like someone who just realized that the people he was trying to placate and fool, actually know what’s been going on.
    Sundance must have done quite a job on them. Amazing.

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    • Dan Patterson says:

      It is possible that the feet of clay are now exposed. I have zero confidence anything will come of the thunder and lightning, short of us pouring our philosophical postulations down a damned hole, because the system is rigged against us boys and girls. It’s a small club and we ain’t in it.
      Maybe SD has had some effect on the power levers in the swamp, and I hope so. I hope the criminals will be tried and convicted. I hope.
      Hope is not a strategy.

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    • betseyross says:

      The “job” on them all works because Sundance knows and of course CTH, Sidney Powell knows and now we find out that there is more to come that Barr isn’t ready to let go. I am sure he is having heartburn because he has been forced into telling the story or have it told without him. Let’s get on with it. Barr isn’t ready. It begs the question, would he ever be ready? He needs a shove and Sundance did it. Onward!

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  26. konradwp1 says:

    Ooh! Minor developments that will give an “indication of direction”?

    Be still my beating heart!

    Actually, no. No sale. Bagpipes has just declared his commitment to swamp preservation.

    What did they tell you Sundance? “Delicate balance”? “Efforts of citizens appreciated, but careless Internet disclosures could undermine the efforts of “top people” working to “Get to the bottom of this””?

    If Brennan isn’t indicted on Friday, then you know Bagpipes is vile swamp scum.

    Fire purifies all.

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    • Oldspeak says:

      My sentiments exactly – we are being sold a bunch – like holding out a tea-spoon of water while leading the poor idiot further out into the desert. SD has gone further than millions in attempting to draw back the curtains – but the skeptic in me, 62 years of it – KNOWS that the swamp protects the swamp. SD to them is merely an annoying flea (no disrespect) but they couldn’t care less. The ONLY thing they fear is a million torches and Pitchforks. Sorry, I am consumed by anger and despair.

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      • Your Royal Highness says:

        Well then let’s not despair…….let’s get those pitchforks sharpened and ready!

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      • konradwp1 says:

        Oldspeak, I am an old AGW sceptic (although you have a decade on me). This is 2020. An AGW sceptic is now President of the United States of America. Back in 2006 fighting to save science, reason , freedom and democracy seemed an impossible task. But only armed with the truth and the Internet, we took on the might of Soros, the establishment media and the uni-party politicians and all their billions. And we won.

        Read the ClimateGate emails. Remember that time the AGW propagandists considered Steve McIntyre just an “anoying flea”? He destroyed Dr Mann and every “hockey stick” player thereafter. Steve’s good at stats (he just destroyed Kaufman at al 2020). I’m good at appled physics (design and engineering). And even better at empirical experiment design. (I don’t need statistics to interpret the the results of my experiments because I never design experiments that crap). After one fool from NASA GISS tried to debate me at the journal “Science”, not one of the establishment would now dare. (“Jan” had to sneak back and try to delete his online debate with me).

        Sundance is not an “annoying flea”. SD just needs to understand that he/she is driving terror into the hearts of the guilty. SD also needs to understand that coffee shop meeting was no more chance than Downer meeting Papadopoulos in a wine bar …

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        • pyromancer76 says:

          This reply was ditched by either Wordpess or Firefox. I can’t find the comment for which it was meant. But it fits well with Konradp1’s comment. “Earth” has moved a long way since 2016. Sundance, and others, are addiing additional momentum.

          I realize AG Barr was a Bush appointee, but can he stomach the horrendous descent? (Problem: there are $$$trillions at stake.)

          And the Globalstits’ belief that they can continue to use puppets – even a corrupt, senile, ill pres-candidate puppet with a corrupt, sleep-go-the-top, illegal VP-candidate puppet, to get their way. Speaks end of an era to me.

          Remember Zero-44 was/is one such puppet – you know, sparkling, half-Afro, affirmative-action guy. Look at the depths to which they have had to descend.

          Remember the real rage needs to be directed at the Bushes and accomplices who are the major (global) actors setting all of this in motion. When you look at events from this height, this perspective, the massive descent – and unbelievable arrogance – is palpable.

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        • Sharon says:

          “Sundance is not an ‘annoying flea’. SD just needs to understand that he/she is driving terror into the hearts of the guilty.”

          An old tale out of England…(true or not)…. On a given day, someone in a position to rock the boat, but with no direct knowledge of wrongdoing on the part of the recipients, sent the following telegram to twelve people:

          “Flee at once. All is revealed.”

          Within twenty-four hours, every one of them had left the country.

          (Proverbs 28:1) The wicked flee when no man pursues….but in this case they are being pursued, by someone with evidence and righteous indignation who stands in the light and fires repeated salvos in the light.

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        • borndwebb says:

          YEs, true, but WON well maybe, not if we don’t stamp out the education system etc and all the other govt agencies that make their BS claims and fraudulent Peer reviewed Crap. (PS for those that don’t know, the Peer Review process is now this for “climate change”)

          If you are not a solid member in the scientific establishment that is all aboard with the fake theory, you’re not allowed to Peer review submissions.

          Joe Bastardi it appears keeps getting put into Time out on his Twitter account. Joe I guess you know is one of the current logical vocal opponents on GCC. Happened twice in the week or so. Now he has to be a good boy and just talk about the weather as he put it.

          The Dems platform is nothing but global warming is real and upon us etc etc.

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    • gildie says:

      Of course, Sundance COULD wait til whatever song & dance Barr & Durham have
      planned for today, than quietly announce something like
      “..and by the way, AG Durham’s lead investigator is Andrew Weissmann.
      Please proceed to your designated fallout shelter immediately.”

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    • cantcforest says:

      And Sundance sings “I don’t care any more….”

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    • bentley1blog says:

      konrad…absolutely brennan must go down. Such a vile disgusting creature he is.

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  27. allin4freedom says:

    AG Barr’s interview left me a bit uneasy. I hope he’s not going to just give the Potemkin village another coat of paint.

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  28. MVW says:

    Weissman tactics used on the coup plotters would yield a jail full of these crooks. Those tactics are evidently legal given no penalty for using them.

    Then Barr is effectively saying that he will not use those tactics. Instead, he will use Elmer Fudd and Mr. Magoo for prosecution.

    If same tactics are not used that means 2 tier justice. Democrats use killer tactics, RepubliRats use Fudd & Magoo ‘Good Guy’ tactics. Turn the other cheek… So I expect that Barr will vigorously go after all the ‘Reality Winner-s.’

    Rico is what should be used as this was organized crime, pure and simple.

    I would say, our recourse is the ballot. LOL!!!!

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    • BobR says:

      DOJ scope is too narrow. A conclusion to the Barr/Durham investigation will give the impression that a comprehensive deep dive was done. Meanwhile, I believe Spygate and Mueller were implemented to cover up the other serious crimes of U1, Iran deal, Clinton/Obama Email scandal. So Comey, Rosenstein, Clinton, Obama will accept the protocol infractions that occurred in Spygate, of which there is no criminal or civil liability. After using the people’s money to transfer criminal liability to protocol issues seems like a great deal from their point of view. But it will soil their reputations. What reputations?

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  29. rld rld says:

    I have read the comments, and find some pretty interesting things there. My Opinion–
    1. What happens today, and coming days, does not depend on, nor is influenced by “Sundance”.
    2. Bill Barr will NOT be intimidated, nor bow to pressure from ANY quadrant.
    3. This IS a very good forum, but it is NOT mainstream, and Mainstream must be used to inform.
    4. The announcement on Israel and UAE was NOT happenstance–and more will follow.
    5. God’s Will reigns Supreme, and what follows will be of HIS design.

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    • andythird says:

      What exactly do you think “mainstream” is? “Mainstream” sounds like one of those meaningless words Fakenews uses, like “expert”. It is meaningless and intended that the reader will read into it a meaning that supports their own belief. It is advertising, not communicating.

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      • Sharon says:

        Interesting ‘definition’ – yup! Jesus, the Christ, and His apostles, who were all living and working in the context of Roman occupation and temple rulers, were not mainstream either.

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    • Greg1 says:

      3. This IS a very good forum, but it is NOT mainstream, and Mainstream must be used to inform.

      5. God’s Will reigns Supreme, and what follows will be of HIS design.

      Regarding #3 above…….nope, this is most certainly not a mainstream forum or news outlet. Mainstream has a vested interest in not telling the truth and this is proven by “Russian collusion”. Mainstream PROVABLY had the FISA, and continued with PROVABLE lies. Mainstream isn’t about to all of a sudden develop a conscience and tell the truth, which would prove even more that they are indeed Fake News.

      Mainstream will not cover something that goes against their very liberal narrative. If they do, they will lie about it and twist it. Examples abound.

      Regarding #5 above……….that is absolute truth. We may not always understand what God’s purpose is in things, but God’s Will will be done.

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    • gawntrail says:

      Mainstream populace are not political junkies (do not read or watch ‘right or left’ wing content). The majority of the mainstream tune out the political content of whatever media they consume. Not to say they aren’t hearing it, but, I believe they are not digesting it. Like fast food, all calories, no substance.

      But, do not underestimate the power of the truth. Truth strikes the ear and within the ear there is a harmonic that cannot be ignored. The substance of the truth causes one to pay attention.

      The truth of the gov’t being so corrupt, so far outside the lines, will red pill millions all at once. It will nudge those already suspecting, and be a jarring liver shot to those not normally tuned in to anything other than their daily routine.

      The Truth has no agenda….. but, it does have a distinct ring to it. Once the red pilling happens to the uninitiated, the support material must be presented. The follow up support is what legitimizes the Truth and provides the rationale for those affected by it to change their minds and tune in.

      This is the civic version of a Harvest Crusade. First the Truth, second the calling to come forward and accept, third the Word and the Way, fourth the support materials, fifth the path forward.

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  30. SMR says:

    Why should any of us care what predictable reaction will occur from indicting and prosecuting the cockroaches? I dont care if they yelp and bray protestation of racism, bigotry, sexism or that it is just an election political move. I dont care. I do not believe we should ignore our opponents altogether but we should ignore the noise they make. Just do it.

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    • DefenderOfTroyDonahue says:

      Leftists are constantly screaming and ranting and raving. They’re very sick people. The only way to stop them is to crush them … like cockroaches.

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      • Hans says:

        I listen last night to a anarchist streamer in Portland.. a 20+ year old..

        He deamed himself wise and seasoned… we don’t need police… most people are good..
        All Americans are fascist….. using a green lazer against police is a defensive move…

        He obvious is clueless about the real world out there… most people are not all people..

        A useful idiot…

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        • gawntrail says:

          PT News Network …. Yeet Yeet! Check it out on YouTube. It’s the new Johnny Carson Show. I’ve been tuning in to him for over a week now. Not spam, no affiliation. Passing on the source to others. I tuned in to Sundance from a comment @ Ace of Spades. Very thankful. Full red pill when I did.

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  31. Bogeyfree says:

    Its a shame and a total embarrassment that Sundance and We the People are going to have to show the world the evidence while the government struggles to see crimes while foreshadowing beyond a reasonable doubt excuse.

    IMO if nothing by Barr within the next 2 weeks PT should order complete declassification if for not other reason than to expose the unredacted truth and embarrass the crap out of Barr and his DOJ’s ineffectiveness.

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  32. Seneca the Elder says:

    If you listen to President Trump’s interview first, he pretty much calls out Barr, almost daring him to do something or face the judgment of history.
    Barr’s response was actually pretty wimpy. No fire in the belly like we have.

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  33. tuebor says:

    Barr’s primary objective is to protect the DOJ.

    Sundance the fact that they have been trying to negotiate a delay rather than hand down indictments is proof that they don’t plan on fixing anything.

    Sunlight is the best disinfectant. Its time we expose the uniparty.

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  34. DefenderOfTroyDonahue says:

    There should be the same sort of “delay” that Larry Walsh used … when he “delayed” the completely innocent Cap Weinberger’s indictment until the Friday before the 1992 election. How was that for non-interference in the democratic process?

    Pay no attention to cockroach leftists.

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  35. John-Y128 says:

    Barr all but admitted last night, Durham does’t have evidence they feel would lead to an indictment, let alone a conviction. What bothers me is his blanket exemptions he’s made since retaking office.

    And Dir Wray’s ‘basement’ must be deeper than Biden’s, all this ‘illegal’ unrest [peaceful protesting] and his G-Men just can’t seem to figure it out, who’s funding and supporting these criminals, maybe the whole of the FBI are democrat sympathizers.

    They sure don’t ‘deserve’ a new DC headquarters, they need it closed and defunded. Defund the FBI, they’re useless!

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  36. Bogeyfree says:

    I’d love to see in Sundance’s evidence packet a section that simply summarizes each and every crime committed, for example…..

    Crime #1 – Lying to a FISA Court – then list the US Criminal Code statue then a summary statement of the crime and evidence. The details and supporting documents can be referred to in the main packet.

    The point is to show in summary format the massive list of say 20-30 major crimes committed by these perpetrators for all to see and unfortunately IMO ignored/missed by the DOJ under the guise of couldn’t prove beyond a reasonable doubt.

    Then since Sundance is talking with the WH make sure PT declassifies without redactions, all the documents associated with these 20-30 crimes listed so the truth is exposed.

    This way the American people can see the crimes, see the unredacted evidence and push back massively on Barr and ask questions such as how is this not a crime, and this, and this, and this until it becomes flat out obvious and embarrassing.

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    • Paprika says:

      –“I’d love to see in Sundance’s evidence packet a section that simply summarizes each and every crime committed, for example…..”–

      If that is not included and you/we feel it would be helpful to include, then you/we are perfectly capable of adding that to it for our own presentations!

      I’ll further opine that what you suggest is a good idea whether incorporated within the body of his packets or as a stand alone sheet/addendum. I will have to review his presentation/packets/what have you, before I could decide which is best path.

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  37. Bogeyfree says:

    And in regards to Barr’s reference about tomorrow, IMO it will be to head off Sundance by announcing the DOJ has also opened an investigation into either NSA abuse (he won’t use the word spying) or auditing NGO’s funding.

    This way he announces this new investigative path vs allowing Sundance to name the person and thus this path.

    Called control the narrative and put your spin on it first.

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  38. Drobaselt says:

    This could all be coincidental, circumstantial, etc…

    Earlier this week Sundance noted that he was asked to hold off until next Tuesday before pushing his information. Which begs the question, after all this time, what difference does a Friday before a Tuesday make – to wait 4 more days after hundreds? The most obvious items I could find that stood out are the 3 state primaries to be held on Tuesday – Alaska, Florida, and Wyoming. In those, nothing really jumped out about Alaska, one name of note in Wyoming, and several names of note in Florida.

    Barr then makes a hastily schduled Hannity show yesterday – where he briefly discusses the situation where a (non-earth shattering) announcement will be made today. (Likely due to Sundance pushing the issue.) Earlier this morning / overnight, Sundance retweets a few others regarding Barr meeting with the Wyoming US Attorney’s office – which draws my attention back to Wyoming and the name that stood out there.

    Not sure what to make of it – as I noted it could just be coincidental; but, the two names I’ll toss out from this – USAO Mark Klaasen and US Rep Liz Cheney.

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  39. Puzzled says:

    Barr can not help rehabilitate the FBI, DOJ etc. unless they arrest and indict the coup leaders and the communist organizers of arsons, looting and destruction. Neither is happening. That has created a vacuum opening the door for mobs in the street. Unfortunately it’s the leftist mobs in the street. Most everyone else is hunkered down.

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  40. susanphd says:

    re: “I believe Spygate and Mueller were implemented to cover up the other serious crimes of U1, Iran deal, Clinton/Obama Email scandal. So Comey, Rosenstein, Clinton, Obama will accept the protocol infractions that occurred in Spygate, of which there is no criminal or civil liability.”

    Biggest cover-up in my opinion is abuse of NSA database for purposes of (illegal) insider trading. How do you think Pelosi, Kerry, Feinstein, Clinton, McConnell & their families etc. get so rich? On a $175K salary?

    NSA database must have been irresistible for these crooks. Especially Clinton.

    Barr should go after this corruption. Follow the money. there is a paper trail.

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  41. All Hype says:

    William Barr last night looked like a man who was put on the clock with his investigation. My guess Sundance has the goods on what the FBI/DOJ has done and is now going to let the people know how Barr/Durham have been dragging their feet. I also think that Barr may have just found out there is someone working with President Trump now evaluating the evidence and making their own criminal indictments in case Barr is an average guy. The tell was the comment about having enough evidence to convince a jury beyond a reasonable doubt to convict. The rest of the interview was all fluff. Funny, I went back and watched the interview on mute. You can try to obfuscate when you talk but your facial features and looks never lie.

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  42. lambgraham says:

    Barr continues to fall back on the line, “The judicial system cannot be used as a political weapon”. AG Barr it just so happens there is probable cause that crimes have been committed by politicians and political appointed officials. You refused criminal referrals on Comey and McCabe. Nunes has given you 14 criminal referrals. What is their status?
    Then Barr continues with his escape clause, “We have to prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt. This reminds me of Comey saying, “No reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case.”
    Barr then rambles on about a two tier justice system which is the reason he came out of retirement. Wrong, the reason he came out of retirement is to protect the institutions that promote a two tier justice system.
    Barr had no answers on how to curb the rise of the violent Marxist groups of BLM and Antifa. In the old days we would have had under cover agents infiltrating these groups years ago. But what agent would put their life on the line when you have a corrupt FBI Director and so many traitors within the DOJ that would blow your cover.
    Sundance, the Republic wishes you the best today.

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    • pocaMAGAjunta says:

      Seems like Attorney General Barr speak with forked tongue.

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      You post defines and describes why PT used the word AVERAGE.

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    • Ken Lawson says:

      While I like your comment, your reference to having to prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt comes across as you not agreeing with it. I take issue with that because that is exactly what the court requires, but even more important, given that any trials will be held in DC in front of DC juries which are 90% made up of Democrats that rarely ever find a Democrat guilty, it makes sense that the case be so strong that you don’t have a politically biased jury reject it. To go to trial and not win would be extremely damaging. That’s also why the chances are the people at the very top (Comey, Brennan, etc.) probably have very little chance of being indicted because it is very hard to find solid evidence (a letter, an email, or something rock solid that can’t be denied like a testimony of a witness) that would convict them. That’s why from the very start I’ve never thought that there was much of a chance that those people would be indicted. Rather, I figured people just below them and lower would be hit with indictments and hopefully that would be so big that it couldn’t be ignored by the public and would throw a scare into everyone.

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      • Hans says:

        How to make sure you only have one persevered justice system Mr Barr .. make sure the political crooks and corrupted 3 letter agencies are never indicted to highlight the corruption.

        6 Am swat team raids on an old man with CNN there by chance show Americans that the DOJ is at work.

        Hey Mr Barr.. how about a 6 AM raid on Mr Muellar…. a chance to show Americans the DOJ is at work with one justice system.. he’s not a politician …. waiting..

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    • bentley1blog says:

      Oh yes!!

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  43. Sibilance says:

    Bill Barr: Tomorrow there will be a development in the case.
    Sundance: Tomorrow, I’m naming names.

    Woot!

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  44. Bogeyfree says:

    One other point……

    By PT using the word AVERAGE yesterday tells me that he knows Barr is done come Nov 3 or best case Jan 2021 as AG even if PT wins in Nov.

    Because if he was staying to continue investigations into term 2 how could you forecast or use the word average he would have just used the opportunity to be great.

    Average is assumes an end point and would be defined as – served two years, looked into things, no indictments and concludes we could not prove anything beyond a reasonable doubt, game over! That’s average at best IMO!

    Bottom line – It is all back on PT to expose the truth.

    This is why I hope the DAD tweet from Sundance meant he has spoken to Eric or Don Jr and has a communication path into PT already established because IMO PT should ask Sundance………

    What specific documents do you think I should declassify without redactions before Nov?

    Who would have thought it would come down to PT and Sundance to expose it all vs a DOJ with 100,000 people and 2 years to investigate who just couldn’t get it done IMO.

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    • Ken Lawson says:

      You make good points, Bogey, but I have to say that I think there’s a flaw in your logic. You assume that POTUS’s use of the word “average” means a 2 year term for Barr. There’s really nothing in that word that means that. A person can be average for a short or long period. I think that’s reading too much into it. I do agree that Barr will probably quit after this term of POTUS. His claim was that he came back into government to help bring the rule of law back into place. Chances are that rather he will come up a failure, as you say, or even if he surprises us and comes up successful, he could very easily stop at this point and go into retirement like he had planned before he was asked to work in this administration.

      But the fact is that it really doesn’t matter what we think POTUS meant by the way he said it. Reading into what people say really gets us nowhere other than a headache from trying to read someone’s mind. I think it best we just wait. We’ll know more by 5PM Saturday at the latest, and that’s not that far away.

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      Bogey, I love (not really) how you focus on “average” but fail to mention the other part of the possible description of Barr: “greatest attorney general”

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      • dr D says:

        It’s like Bogey doesn’t know what Trump actually said. I believe he said Barr “could go down as average or he could be greatest…” Key word: “could”..

        Which one (average or greatest) is TBD.

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  45. randyg1 says:

    Sundance must have some faith in Barr…Or maybe he would drop his names beforehand?

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  46. susanphd says:

    I recall Peter Strock’s wife runs an important department at the SEC. She is probably covering up for the Democrat’s insider trading. (via abuse of NSA data-mining.)

    She was involved in bribing Patrick Byrne of Overstock.com. She is in a very powerful position.

    Hoping someone will declassify and unredact the Judge Rosemary Collyear report. The so-called “contractors” who abused our system w/ 85% illegal searches (approx. 55,000) need to be revealed and unredacted.

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  47. berniekopell says:

    Perhaps the non earth shattering “development” will be the unmasking of the mystery man that is not Durham. There could also be another release of exculpatory info in the Flynn case. DOJ may have also now concluded, based upon evidence now in had, that the initial FISA warrant on Page and first renewal were illegal. If I recall correctly there was a DOJ determination that the last two renewals were illegal, leaving open a decision on the initial warrant and first renewal. Durham made his one and only press release after the IG report disputing that Crossfire Hurricane was properly predicated.

    Barr will be the one giving us all the “rope a dope” if these investigations lead to just indictments of persons considered to be low hanging fruit (like Clinesmith). I still believe there is more than one snitch, besides Clinesmith, that cut a deal (like Priestrap). Someone has also been feeding John Solomon information in the shadows at the agent level.

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  48. Justin Green says:

    Maybe Clinesmith. I think that’s the most directly prosecutable crime with the public information – deliberately fabricating evidence. And it’s a smaller fish.

    Just a wild guess.

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  49. Muddhome says:

    Blah, blah, blah ,zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz, The only thing missing was “Tick Tock”

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