Bill Barr Interview With Sean Hannity….

Bill Barr calls into Sean Hannity for an interview.

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  1. rhinobuster says:

    Thanks to Sundance for Christmas in August. Isn’t it ironic that Sundance at 5:00PM today will start the “Sunset” of the Deep State and the Rinos.
    Can’t wait to open my present at 5:00 today.

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    • icthematrix says:

      Remember Sundance gives this info to his trusted members of the press today at 5. We get ours 24 hours later.

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      • gary says:

        i can’t imagine the press not launching tonight.

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        • Janus says:

          The “press” won’t launch it at all. And to the degree they do, it will be ridiculed as fantasy–Alex Jones stuff.

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        • vikingmom says:

          I imagine this will be an unusually busy Friday in many newsroom across the country…everyone is waiting to see what info is released so they can figure out how to slant it in order to protect their friends and fellow travelers! Praying the onslaught of facts will be so overwhelming that there will be no way to hide it all!

          Definitely hoping that Sundance was able to get together with enough actual journalists that the story WILL be told, regardless of how hard the Left tries to bury it!

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          • John OB says:

            It is being dropped on a Friday
            He did dampen expectations saying….it’s not ‘earth shattering’…
            He did suggest it was the beginning of a sequence of more to come within the context of significant developments.

            Sundance, others, and those of us who know included, have pushed the guillotine to the doorstep of the DOJ. They must be wondering–who is that blade really meant for?? With the country wearing those God-awful face masks–symbols of fear–with murder and mayhem raging in the blue cities…and the Swamp bellowing it’s deadly methane gas in Barr’s direction…he won’t light the match. It will be a measured burn-off.

            Somebody at the ‘Specious’ Counsel–the pirate ship of Main Justice–redacted those simple, apparently irrelevant start dates on the original and first renewal FISA application to fulfill a FOIA request. Somebody covered up FBI SSA Dugan’s tracer work and carved out the entire espionage act violations from the James Wolfe indictment.

            Evidence of the FISA doc being carved out of Wolfe’s Grand Jury indictment are obvious. Agent Dugan’s Questionaire investigation signed by Wolfe number 1 to 11. 1,3,9,10,and 11 are referenced in the indictment. But Questions 2, and 4 thru 8 are never referred to in the indictment. Somebody is protecting Senator Mark Warner and the SSCI.

            The FISA doc is a total fraud…Puke-litter Prizes won off the fraud FISA were a total fraud….the Pirates of the ‘Specious’ Counsel fraudulently hid dates and removed evidence from a grand jury indictment–layering fraud on top of fraud on top of fraud.

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      • Tl Howard says:

        We have to hope the networks can’t ignore it….because that’s what they’ve done for 3. 5 years. Ignore. Half the country or more knows nothing of this if AP, ABC, CBS, NBC ignore it or report it as “speculation” or “conspiracy theory.”

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        • William the Comptroller says:

          But then the MSM will be talking about rat lawyer Michael Cohen’s tell all book 24/7 starting today as the Daily Mail put it as front page top story yesterday on US edition of their anti-Trump paper. He is “claiming” that Pres. Trump did witness stripper performances in Vegas that included golden showers, lied to Melania about affairs, mob boss organizations, etc..
          He even took credit for pushing Trump to run for POTUS!

          Too bad he looks like a scumbag.

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      • Tl Howard says:

        We have to hope the networks can’t ignore it….because that’s what they’ve done for 3. 5 years. Ignore. Half the country or more knows nothing of this if AP, ABC, CBS, NBC ignore it or report it as “speculation” or “conspiracy theory.”

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      • David says:

        This is will thought out…. we are able to watch who reports it or who doesn’t.

        Who’s with us or just gives lip service for ratings.

        Very good move Sundance!

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  2. mw says:

    What I see is Bill Barr’s continued massaging of the rubes to keep things quiet until the mail in ballots steal the election through outright and well planned vote fraud. Barr has every right to stop it under our 14th Amendment protections but has he??? Not so much as you could notice. Any man that protects the FBI Sniper/Woman Murderer Lon Horiuchi, must be suspected. Arrests and Indictments? What a sad joke those hopes are.

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    • AG Barr specifically said that the Depravity Party’s universal mail-in ballot ploy would destroy the integrity of the electoral process and would not be tolerated. But he specifically said the Justice Department is prepared to SUE any state that tried to get away with the mail-in ballot scheme. You are arguing that his words will not be matched with deeds, I question your motives in persisting with this Sad Sack narrative.

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      • mike says:

        The Supreme Court under traitor Roberts just ruled for Rhode Island that they will allow any state to mass mail ballots without verifying the identity of the voters if that is what the state elected officials want to do. Kavanaugh joined him as well.

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        • BuckyBadger says:

          Mike, I share your frustration and mail-in fraud is by far my biggest concern this election cycle.

          Just to clarify on the Rhode Island case though, I believe the SCOTUS ruled that way because the state chose not to put up a defense. In other words, there was only a plaintiff and no defendant upon which to rule who was right and who was wrong.

          This is a somewhat similar scenario as the Flynn case. When the DOJ dropped their charges, there is no longer a plaintiff involved in the case. The case should be thrown out when the prosecution decides to drop charges and no longer pursue it.

          It would be better for the SCOTUS to rule on a case that can block mail-in voting nationwide. Not sure the Rhode Island case was the one for that.

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        • borndwebb says:

          could you please put a link to your claim. Is this ruling on STATE elections or Federal elections. Huge difference.

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        • jackphatz says:

          ” Kavanaugh joined him as well.”

          Trump’s gotta be kicking himself by now. Did I hear correctly that the Heritage Foundation has was given Trump names of potential SC nominees?

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    • It will be interesting to see responses after 5:00 PM and through the weekend. Sunday shows might be entertaining (not enough for me to watch) an may flush out a few of those covert swamp dwelling media associates.

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  3. Talkofthetown says:

    I guess a measure could be taken from what Durham says today. Barr said it’s not earth shattering. Well let’s just see how Durhams message today. If it is today? No one seems to know. Anyhow what’s see what size of a bone it is he gives us and how it equals out to “Not earth shattering”

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    • “Earth-shattering” would be indictments for Obama, Biden, and Clinton. Anything less would be welcome news to me.

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    • gary says:

      a generous interpretation would be that ‘earthshattering’ means something we don’t know. we already know enough that to see an indictment of say, brennan,wouldn’t be earth shattering. surprising? yes. earth shattering? nah.

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    • mamadogsite says:

      They were given a timeline of 5PM today, or Sundance would release phase#2 within 24 hours after the 5PM deadline.

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    • ReglarMerican says:

      Perhaps AG Barr was putting out a red herring for the bad guys. Maybe the “not earth shattering” comment is to lull them to complacency.
      Somewhat like Santa Anna napping while Sam Houston prepared at San Jacinto.

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      • Amy2 says:

        AG Barr could be throwing US a bone, then refer to Mr. Sundance revelations as one of the “developments.” DOJ looks like it’s been working, we’re appeased (for an hour!) and Mr. Sundance info gets out to the public without the DOJ having made the release so soon before an election. Call me Pollyanna, but I like the optics of that.

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  4. Amber Dekstris says:

    By cripes there’s a lot of moaners here today.

    If you genuinely think that nothing is going to come of Barr, Durham and co (which is your right), why are you staring at a bunch of pixels moaning about it? Get off your arse and convince people around you to vote in the way that you think would work best.

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    • gary says:

      i never saw a public personality who acted as barr does in his demeanor, be much of a liar. when you shrug at a democrat congress person, you’re alright with me.

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    • Janus says:

      The sheeple area a stubborn bunch. Besides, it’s harder to convince people they’ve been fooled than it is to fool them.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      Sundance said on his twitter feed the other day that “Durham is a head fake” that he’s investigating nothing.

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    • borndwebb says:

      UHH Amber, just exactly what do you mean. These pixels right here you are reading are being read by a lot more people than one can reach standing on a street corner. etc. Most of us I would think already are well at work doing what you want.

      I have a lot of experience using the media, and we in that profession know with the interwebbs we can influence way more people than street corners.

      Moaning is also a chosen weasel word on your part. Moaning is an interpretation of anothers statements based on their values and belief systems pretty much.

      I am constantly amazed at the number of posters here that make statements about what others should do with their freedom speech to meet their personal agenda while running around with their hair on fire screaming about loss of first amendment rights.

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      • Amber Dekstris says:

        Moaning about how nothing will nothing will be fixed, not discussing the fact that there are things that need fixing.

        What I meant by moaning was obvious to anyone who read the word “today” in “there’s a lot of moaners here today.” The discussion happens every day, not just today. We are expected to read carefully before commenting.

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  5. TradeBait says:

    B2 is still on the clock. Stealth bomber or rusty old bi-winged crop duster?

    Leaving America to the devices of the leftists and Biden/Harris is not an option. We know too much. They really, really do not want what will be coming if that happens. So if it is one system of justice; then acts of perjury, falsifying evidence, RICO, murder, treason, sedition, etc. will result in the former POTUS on down being prosecuted and convicted of their crimes against the American people. Those charges are not false or unsubstantiated. They are documented, and in evidence to the American people along with other proofs that are being withheld for whatever reasons.

    We know. I support whatever Sundance does to help bring the truth to light. No institution is more valuable than truth and justice being delivered in government. Especially in a republic where government serves on behalf of its citizens.

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  6. Spaulj67 says:

    After what happened to General Flynn in the ‘Justice System’ an insider that betrays the Uni-party will be targeted mercilessly; unrestrained by the rule of law or Constitutional rights. Simply being accused of taking your dog out on walk is enough to lock you up for life; even if you never had dog. Judges and Prosecutors are just as corruptible as anyone else.

    Sadly most of the insiders have been compromised one way or the other by the surveillance state utilized by Obama or various forms of kickbacks. Long story short, insiders with a clean shirt are rare, and from among that group, those with the courage to go up against this mob, are rarer still.

    That is where outsiders like Sundance come in exposing the corruption for all voters not too blinded by their ideology to see. Often times its an insider feeding the outsider information in order to expose the corruption they don’t feel safe directly calling out on their own; like an informant that is part of the mob. This is a key duty of the free press in a Republic as envisioned by our founders.

    Sunlight is the best disinfectant.
    John 3:20

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    • Spooky says:

      “Judges and Prosecutors are just as corruptible as anyone else.”

      If you believe Lord Actons famous phrase about power then they are more corruptible than the rest of us and there is a mountain of evidence to support that!

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  7. GTOGUY says:

    FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith will be indicted or, he will have made a deal and someone higher up like Strzok or Page may be indicted. Someone we all know will be indicted.

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    • corvairfan says:

      That would actually be earthshattering news to me. 🙂
      At this point even one indictment of a Stryzk or McCabe or Boente or Cline would be a surprise

      I think maybe a few more crumbs to Flynn, or maybe indictments in absentia for a few Russians.

      Or they’re booting someone off their team for leaking.

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      • gary says:

        now you are putting barr in mueller territory. thats bs.

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      • Justin Green says:

        Yes, earth shattering in the sense that we all understand the possibility that this gets swept under the rug.

        Not earth shattering from the standpoint that the information is out there that these people committed crimes and they’re being prosecuted, if you ignore the above.

        I guess Barr’s “nothing earth shattering” can be taken in two lights.

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    • Bluto says:

      From Fox News:
      “They spied on my campaign, which is treason,” Trump continued. “They spied, both before and after I won, using the intelligence apparatus of the United States to take down a president, a legally elected president, a duly elected president of the United States. It is the single biggest political crime in the history of our country.”

      The president went on to say he hopes Durham is “doing a job,” and that his team “is not going to be politically correct and just get a couple of the lower guys.”

      “Bill Barr can go down as the greatest attorney general in the history of our country, or he can go down as an average guy. We’ll see what happens,” Trump said.

      The president doubled down, saying: “Bill Barr and Durham have a chance to be — Bill Barr is great most of the time, but if he wants to be politically correct, he’ll be just another guy.”

      Will we be disappointed because Durham just goes after a couple of lower guys? As POTUS says, “We’ll see what happens.”

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      • Tl Howard says:

        Sounds to me as if POTUS is not at all convinced anything will be done..

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        • Tl Howard says:

          POTUS is also flirting with “pressuring his AG.”

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        • Mike says:

          Barr wants to dismiss the broader conspiracy by giving get out of jail free or light slap on the wrist sentences to the lowest level players instead of leveraging them to take down the whole ring of traitors. If an indictment is announced on anything less than Treason then you know they aren’t going after anyone higher than Clinesmith. Just like Wolf, he got a few months when he could have gone away for years. Treason has the death penalty that would get them to roll on each other pretty fast. You have to work your way up to Comey flipping, and this is who all the Traitors have tried to isolate, to bring down the whole group. The other path would have been Brennan but you would have needed cooperation from the UK, Italy, and Australian governments to go after their spies and need help from their governments to prosecute, basically impossible. They have to flip their way up the FBI and/or DOJ but Graham has already given amnesty to Rosenstein. Easier to prove conspiracy with Rosenstein and Yates which is why they needed the public get out of jail free card.

          Comey was more careful so they will blame him as rogue for months to deflect any damage if he flips.

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        • serrafeena says:

          To me his rant had the kind of urgency of someone who had been briefed on the Sundance info (maybe thru Don Jr or something). It’s almost as if Trump now fathoms the breadth and scale of corruption more than he did a week ago. I’ve always believed that Trump did not know quite how ugly the Big Ugly was. Yesterday with Bartiromo, he was angry as though his eyes are now open. The direct statements about Barr created some of the heat, I think, that got Barr to call-in to Hannity. I see Sundance’s work and pressure all over this. Hoping that’s the case anyway.

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      • paper doll says:

        “They spied on my campaign”

        And they are likely spying on it now. The main thing for me is, they will not stop until they are stopped. Indictments would help in that cause

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    • Midnite says:

      We have a winner! It’s Clinesmith for 20.

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      • gary says:

        his lawyers said he made a ‘mistake’. 🙂

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      • tdfxman says:

        i wonder if they will just let the little obvious guy go down and then stop it. Like we got the guy, nothing to see here. That is the key. This is a crumb for SD.

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      • Linus in W.PA. says:

        This wouldn’t be what Sundance was going to ‘release’ today.

        Perhaps it’s was Barr was referring to, but it really can’t be what Sundance is going to do.

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      • Hans says:

        If he pleads guilty…
        I wonder what a plea deal got him.. 2 months like Mr Wolf..?

        I’m in wait mode

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      • readyandable1 says:

        Very, very,very disappointing. Especially that the public will believe the spin, and it WILL be spun repeatedly, that the Barr DOJ prosecutors found no evidence of “broad anti-Trump conspiracy among FBI official”.

        Well, the NYT quoted Barr’s prosecutors so I guess that’s that, then isn’t it?! Nothing to see here folks, move a long. Extremely ridiculous and demoralizing that the NYT is the place that broke the story too? Obviously it is a radical communist running this investigation, or the NYT wouldn’t be the place breaking the story- given the initial opportunity to spin it.

        Sundance was and is right. We cannot, will not, depend on Barr or the DOJ. It is all up to US!

        PFT— Sundance and us KNOW. WE KNOW. This will not fly, Bagpipe Billy. Get ready for WAR if this is all you got.

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    • lisa burns says:

      ur right!

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    • mjedmazga says:

      It was Clinesmith pleading guilty. Pretty much a nothing burger.

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      • warrprin1 says:

        Still, one has to think that the SCOTUS CJ, aka Supervisor of the FISC Judges, is pacing the floor right about now.

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      • readyandable1 says:

        Dollars to Doughnuts he won’t even get a sentence that would scare anyone in to thinking even twice about doing something like this again. I.E: a fine that someone else (perhaps even the ONA, NYT, CNN, Soros- will pay, and a few months in Club-Fed min security- if that. Maybe even community service.

        SAD!

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  8. oldenimmer says:

    Truth and justice please. Thank you, Sundance for your tremendous work in this area.

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  9. “Trick Tock” who builds the bombs and bomb parts, who makes the guns and ammo, where to start the war, who gets to collect the electric bills, who listens in on the phone calls and reads the e-mails, who gets the nod to nod off in court, what part of the “Mandarin” elite of DC get to have 51 votes in the Senate for how long, clear with Nancy being Speaker of the House that job is worthless, and its clear with mail-in ballots they feel like we are just to much a bother to them to even pretend any longer.

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  10. BuckNutGuy says:

    I want James Wolfe interviewed, interrogated and water boarded if need be. He is the fulcrum of the whole Uniparty operation for decades as he played for both pretend sides. The CP FISA was not his first rodeo.

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    • As a man thinkth says:

      well said Buck…if water boarding ever had a time and place it is NOW…The lives an well being of 300 million Americans depend on the truth…Pardon Julian, invite him to a White House press conference, give him the microphone and just stand back…

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    • botchedcasuality says:

      Agreed, but with 17 known surveillance agencies that are collecting everything, every terabyte of fellow citizen’s conversations, driving route, TV viewing habits, web browsing and commenting. Heck GE streetlights are even capturing conversations.
      I believe they already have it all,…buried away useful to blackmail the next official.
      Back to the water boarding; where is Gina Haspel seems she has the expertise?

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  11. Martin says:

    “After the takeover, the Romanian Communist convened a congress of four thousand priests, pastors, and ministers of all denominations in their parliament building with the proceedings being carried in a national radio broadcast. One by one, the ministers got up and had nothing but words of praise for communism and assured the new government of the loyalty of the Christian Church.
    One of the pastors scheduled to speak was a man named Richard Wurmbrand. As he listened and waited, his wife Sabina leaned over to him and said, “They are spitting in the face of Christ. Richard, stand up and wash away this shame.”

    He said to her, “If I do so, you lose your husband.” She replied, “I don’t wish to have a coward as a husband.”

    So Wurmbrand rose and instead of repeating the same thing every other pastor said, he told the assembly how wrong they were and how this flew in the face of Christian doctrine.1
    At this point, the broadcast was interrupted and the martyrdom of the Wurmbrands began. Sabina went on to serve eight years in prison while Richard served a total of fourteen years, eight of which were in solitary confinement.

    The truth is if a person has not conditioned himself to resist evil and waits for his “big moment,” he will find himself wanting. If one spends their life compromising their values in small ways, they will continue to compromise in larger ones. In today’s politically correct world, it is easy to find ways to compromise, to rationalize one’s actions. If one subscribes to the idea of relative values, there is no place where you can say, “This far and no more.””

    I hope Barr’s wife tells him they are spitting in the face of our Founding Fathers, our Christian Heritage and the military cemeteries filled with patriots who died fighting against everything transpiring this day. He will be held accountable, in this life or the next.

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    • ReglarMerican says:

      Martin – this is the best comment I have ever read on any thread anywhere. Thank you.
      Let me request your permission to copy this and distribute.

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    • Free Speech says:

      Excellent story. Many US church orgs are failing us in the same ways. They are all concerned about $$$. One day the money isn’t going to matter when you stand before an authoritarian assembly of criminals who’ve devoured your nation and are ready to turn the church off like a faucet. As Paul said to Simon Magus, “May your silver perish with you.” That’s what these Leftists infiltrating church doctrine like Zack Exley need to be told.

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    • Ken Lawson says:

      Martin – Thanks for posting this. Shortly after I became a Christian a friend gave me Wurmbrand’s book. It had a huge impact on me. Jesus made it clear that most who call themselves Christians are not and will not be let into heaven. Wurmbrand shows the example of what a true Christian is.

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  12. barnabusduke says:

    https://www.citizenfreepress.com/breaking/breaking-president-trumps-brother-hospitalized/
    Sorry I have posted in 2 other places, but prayers are needed! BD

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    • John Good says:

      Maybe while he’s there in New York, Trump can go over to DeBlasio’s office & give him a “back-hander” for running the City where he built his empire into the ground!

      Most of us here would pay money to see that!

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  13. Don says:

    We can hope.
    Disclosure is great. What comes is to result from it s a different animal altogether.
    #BenghaziRegretsThereAreAFew

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  14. One more comment, then ready to fight.
    I am thoroughly sick of the timing topic brought up by Barr. These crimes are absolutely absurd in their scope and severity yet the prosecution and sunlight has to be managed for timing? Holy sh**. Give me a break.
    If I stole a loaf of bread or embezzled 5 dollars who in LE would wait for the perfect timing to arrest me? These are crimes of significant magnitude. I’m am sick to death of these flipping elites, people we put in power, only caring about crimes committed (or not) by people on the right. If you’re on the left, and the further the better, the timing has to be just right.
    Give me a break.
    We Know. We are ready.

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    • Ken Lawson says:

      While my heart is with you, I can’t give you a break on that one. Barr is absolutely correct. Cases like this have to be perfect and rock solid to have a chance at victory when the jury is going to be made up 90% DC Democrats who almost never convict a Democrat. Witnesses aren’t enough. They need absolute evidence and perfect timing to get it right. And in many cases coming up with that takes a long time, if ever, for it to come together. If you’ve spent much time around federal court cases, you’d be aware of this. Far too much of my career was spent around it and so I have to agree with him on this one.

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      • John Good says:

        Rush Limbaugh told a caller earlier this yr. who asked why it was taking so long for Barr & Durham & Trump to charge these people with something?

        Rush said that the 3 of them had to be really careful as to when they released what & to who, as they did not know exactly who was involved with this attempted coup, other than the Obama Administration & George Soros.

        Surely, there are foreign countries, large Globalist banks & corporations, & both foreign & domestic terrorist organizations involved!

        The 3 of them could be “arkcancided” IF they slipped-up prematurely.

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      • borndwebb says:

        That logic is not reasonable. If you have a unreasonable biased jury as she said “what difference does it make”. If it goes to court and the evidence is clear and they don’t convict it will still all be in open court and it will be exposed. How that work our for OJ. Yea he had his freedom, but not much else. he became a pariah. You still have to walk the streets with the knowledge Justice has a way of coming around.

        And your argument is an appeal to authority.

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    • 63gordfa says:

      All of this just tells me that they really don’t have confidence that they have the type of ironclad proof to either secure indictments or if they do indict some people, that they can convince a jury of the perpetrators’ guilt. They are afraid if they fail to convict, they will be accused of having acted so close to the election only for political reasons at the secret behest of POTUS.

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      • readyandable1 says:

        How can we/Sundance have ironclad proof, and they not. Especially since he has/would be more than happy to give it to them. BS.

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  15. Patience says:

    President Trump has the ~>super atomic bomb; which can be exploded at his time of his choosing. That would include dropping Barr; should he be a black hatter.

    I cannot –truly fathom that Barr doesn’t know this; and that he would defy President Trump AND General Flynn.

    >Sundance, God bless you.

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  16. A lot of the trees here (me not included) are instrumental in the intelligence that SD has gleened from here as its my contention that in someways the CTH is like a think tank , I’m really not trying to take away from SD as much as I’m pointing out the importance of each and everyone of you (wolverines) in this , all of you who has walked with SD , and prayed the good prayers that appear here at night , my hat is off for you(s). The unsung heros .

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  17. California Joe says:

    JUST ANNOUNCED! DOJ Spokesman on Barr’s big news this morning.

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  18. Serpentor says:

    Question:
    Who are the real life Gordon Gekkos?

    You know, the guys high rolling it and can never lose because they have a foolproof method of NSA intel. Can’t wait to find out. If it can’t be done, I’ll settle for the heads of those that put the system in place and made sure it continued.

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      • Right to reply says:

        Singer holds the purse strings of the RNC – “American billionaire Paul Singer is a hedge fund manager, venture capitalist, investor, activist, and philanthropist who has been on the financial scene for the last twenty-two years or so, and has enjoyed success to the tune of $3.5 billion, according to Forbes. He is also a very diverse individual, belonging to the Republican part and taking part in many philanthropic efforts, including financial support for the LGBTQ community, among many other worthwhile causes.” https://moneyinc.com/paul-singer/

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        • Right to reply says:

          Contractor access via Fusion GPS? 11. Singer and The Washington Free Beacon

          The New York Times published an article on October 27, 2017 that spoke of The Washington Free Beacon, a conservative political journalism website. According to The Times, The Beacon was, at that time, sponsoring a Washington, D.C.-based firm called Fusion GPS. This particular firm was the object of much controversy due to research it was conducting in opposition to President Donald Trump. The Times happened to discuss the fact that Paul Singer was a primary provider of funds for The Washington Free Beacon, which brought questions to the minds of many due to the fact that Singer is a conservative Republican. Regardless, it is easy to see why the article was written, as financial backing for the website undoubtedly spoke volumes as to Singer’s stance on the current US administration. https://moneyinc.com/paul-singer/

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          • Rami says:

            Yes. Preparation for “The Great Reset”. Americans have to realize Donald Trump is the only thing keeping the US from becoming a part of it. We need to vote like our life and liberty depends on it. It does.

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  19. northwoodswatcher says:

    …To the point of the Romanian pastor who resisted the communists as well as citing how U.S. patriots in notable and forgotten battles of the past demonstrated a similar steadfastness and willingness to sacrifice for the future of America —

    — I remember one observation that I think was made by historian Stephen Ambrose about the War Between the States and how Lincoln’s Army stuck it out. The quote went something like:

    Gettysburg was the High Water Mark of the Confederacy and also the turning point… the bloodiest battle of the war! And yet before the outpouring of blood would end, the Union had 20 MORE GETTYSBURGS TO FIGHT.

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  20. Norma Jean says:

    How about Killery…. she announced yesterday, she’s ready to “serve” in a Biden administration to help “fix” the US. Has been travelers haven’t done enough damage already? OMG

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  21. doyouseemyvision says:

    It’s just another PR move (like all his past interviews) to counter what’s coming. They are so behind the 8 ball.

    Remember Comey’s mantra: “No reasonable prosecutor……”

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  22. Chip Doctor says:

    Nobody in involved in the ongoing coup is the slightest bit worried about Barr/Durham’s reveal today. If they were, there would have been a major “incident” last night. A Beirut bombing/terrorist attack or something to distract.

    Barr asked for a delay until Tuesday because of the Democrat convention. I am prepared for another disappointment, but optimistic that Sundance and his Wolverines will force them to act.

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    • Linus in W.PA. says:

      I understand your feelings, but I’m not sure that the treasonous bastagees are not concerned.

      They know what they did, and enough of them got cocky.

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  23. Brant says:

    I guess it will be behind the password. I remember it. Do you? Don’t give it away to trolls. We need to read these without uninvited folks.

    Liked by 2 people

  24. Richie says:

    Thanks Bill. Your words made me put down my pitchfork again for another few days. At this rate, Ill probably run out of patience on November 4th. wait

    Liked by 1 person

  25. Midnite says:

    Clinesmith expected to plead guilty to falsifying documents.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Puzzled says:

      Wow that took a lot of work. The guy is the stupidest member of the coup. They are willing to give him up in a heart beat. They’ll call it a clerical error, he made it all on his own, nobody else knew and his error had no consequence to the investigation. Case closed.

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      • Trent Telenko says:

        We shall see what we shall see.

        I had expected no convictions what so ever before the election, and especially nothing for lying to the FISA Court.

        So this is more than I thought would happen.

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    • zephyrbreeze says:

      …”for a secret wiretap…” Well, at least they used the word…but they they should have said, illegal wiretap, because that’s what it is if the evidence is fraudulent.

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  26. 63gordfa says:

    I have learned to always expect the worst while acknowledging that lightning could strike and we actually get the best outcome.
    Therefore, I am expecting the worst outcome here. Probably the best we will get is low-hanging fruit
    indictments/confessions like Clinesmith’s.
    Anything coming from sources not considered official, like Sundance’s evidence, will be dismissed or ignored.

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  27. Leon Brozyna says:

    Kevin Clinesmith, the very definition of low-hanging fruit.

    Barr was right about one thing – nothing earth-shattering in today’s news. Just a little something to keep the mob away.

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  28. JWC says:

    Clinesmith pled guilty to lying…that’s not enough.

    Liked by 1 person

  29. sparrow says:

    I’d love to see more substance, but the rule of law has been in doubt, for me at least, since Hillary avoided all charges in 2016. Maybe Sundance can stir things up enough to make a difference; hope so.

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  30. Jim Comey is a Weasel_Doug says:

    It should be remembered that Clinesmith changed the CIA message that Page was working WITH the CIA to that he WASNT.
    Clinesmith smeared Page as a Russian agent and opened the door for the FISA abuse.
    Burn in Hell Resistard.

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  31. Oh look another squirrel A BIG ONE
    Look. Look look

    Ya But
    “We Know Where The Nest Is”

    Stand Clear

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  32. warrprin1 says:

    Apologies if this is a repeat. RUSH just opened with it. Barr’s news is Clinesmith (sp) pleading guilty.

    Liked by 1 person

    • nerveman says:

      Yeah I just heard it. Clinesmith is low hanging fruit. Of course the easiest to prosecute is first. He plead guilty and I wonder if he gave anything. I don’t expect it. I expect he will a light sentence is any at all.

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  33. Patience says:

    The Barr “development” dropped today may not be “earth shattering”,
    but the sun ‘ll come out
    ~>TOMORROW ~>?

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  34. tuebor says:

    Sundance, don’t fall for it. Clinesmith guilty plea isn’t enough of a development to postpone phase 2.

    Clinesmith is a nobody.

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  35. Reaganite says:

    This just in RE Durham : “A former FBI investigator will enter a Plea” drum roll
    Also just in: teh V for Victory shaped recovery is shaping up REAL. Atlanta Fed just raised projected GDP growth for quarteer from 20.5 to:

    Latest estimate: 26.2 percent — August 14, 2020

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  36. jackphatz says:

    Let’s be real here. Barr is not going to allow this investigation to go off course. If anything Sundance has proven there is a large audience of folk’s wanting…demanding action. That’s good and bad in the sense we can’t be in the way of facts being gathered but we will not let this be another forgotten event like Schumer threatening The Supreme Court.
    They know about TCTH and they know who Sundance is. CTH is widely read and quoted by many. By now everyone here knows just about everyone who has reported on Spygate, et al, got their info from Sundance’s research. Barr did say ‘If’ they can prove illegality they will be prosecuted, he never said that before, but that is about I got from him. All we can do now is wait it out. In the meantime, we have to make sure Harris does not get elected.

    As a side note…thanks Sundance. You’ve given us something fun to do today!

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  37. Chip Doctor says:

    Sundance……don’t fall for this. This is just James Wolfe II.

    Let’s ride!

    Liked by 1 person

  38. Pokey says:

    Bill Barr asked for the interview and he chose Hannity because he wanted to reach as many people as possible( Hannity usually has the biggest audience ), including all of us. This means he was serious about what he needed to tell us. His announcements today will possibly mean we have to keep a lid on it until possible indictments are already completed.

    If potential suspects are tipped off too early, maybe by us, you can bet that potential suspects know who we are by now, and are reading anything we post today. I say no names today and we must follow our leader. No matter what we all know, we cannot ever be near as effective as the Attorney General if indictments are coming. Our guy will know when we will go, and until the word is go, I wait. I believe Barr is going to do the deed and I believe it will take some time for all of the intended indictments to be completed. Some may depend on what happens after any indictments that come out today. Barr was speaking to us and he knows we are serious.

    By the way, I think Sean Hannity did a very good job on this interview, and his part may have also been prearranged. He seemed to be trying to get Barr to reveal as much as possible. It was hard for me to admit that about Sean Hannity.

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  39. xlr8tr says:

    Clinesmith took a guilty plea, per fox

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  40. Wethal says:

    “Hey, look, Durham is doing something!”

    Nice try, Barr. Now follow it up with another plead-out on Monday, and another on Tuesday..and work your way up the ranks of this attempted coup.

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  41. Reaganite says:

    Squeeze Clinesmith like a tube of toothpaste
    that can’t go back in the tube.

    And Sundance- keep squeezing that tube.
    Do your thing at 5 PM. For us, For We who KNOW,
    that more may know, Till all Know.

    and meanwhile check out Atlanta Fed upped GDP growth projection for this quarter:
    Latest estimate: 26.2 percent — August 14, 2020

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  42. Merkin Muffley says:

    Clinesmith cops a plea. Can Peter Strzok be far behind?

    Liked by 1 person

  43. All Too Much says:

    Anyone old enough to remember Watergate will recall indictments coming out first just a small one, followed by groups of bigger fish. The first was a snowball starting a long run to the bottom of the mountain, getting larger as it roles.

    Maybe the same scenario will unfold here.

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  44. dawndoe says:

    Yep, disappointed.

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  45. Dana Christianson says:

    Will Clinesmith’s Plea Agreement Be Contingent On Hanging Others (7th Floor) Out To Dry? This Guy Wouldn’t Fair Well In A Federal Penitentiary. Also, Wouldn’t Durham Have To Have His Ducks In A Row With Going After Bigger Fish Before Dropping This News?? It’s Hard To Get Excited About This News At 4-Years In…. Steel Doors Should Be Slamming Shut By Now!

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  46. Mr e-man says:

    We knew Klinesmith violated the law. Why would he do that? It was expected, he was working in conjunction with people who were trying to illegally surveil Trump. Many of the coup plotters wanted it. Klinesmith delivered. So the hope was Klinesmith would tell us all about the coup and who put him up to it, in exchange for a lighter sentence.

    It appears he is getting the lighter sentence while maintaining there was no conspiracy. He just made a simple mistake. And everyone downstream was fooled by it. They all thought this was a legitimate investigation of Trump because Carter Page was a Russian spy working in the Trump campaign. Weak sauce.

    And if lawbreakers will be held accountable, where is the indictment or guilty plea of Andy “Lack of Candor” McCabe? And James “Leaker” Comey”? Both committed crimes.

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    • Jim Comey is a Weasel_Doug says:

      “Kevin deeply regrets having altered the email,” Shur said. “It was never his intent to mislead the court or his colleagues, as he believed the information he relayed was accurate, but Kevin understands what he did was wrong and accepts responsibility.”

      Intent.

      F these guys.

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  47. icthematrix says:

    Clinesmith pleading guilty but it was just a “mistake”. Folks be prepared for this crap at every juncture. There is ALWAYS a reasonable excuse, never intentional, and certainly not “that bad”. Any other thought is just A CONSPIRACY THEORY (sarc).

    Release the beast Sundance!

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