It’s 5:00pm…

I am very well aware of events today.

Discretion is the better part of valor.

WASHINGTON – A Former FBI attorney will plead guilty to making false statements in documents used to obtain a surveillance warrant against former Trump aide Carter Page, his lawyer told the Associated Press Friday.

The guilty plea from Kevin Clinesmith is the first legal action taken in an investigation led by John Durham, a U.S. attorney looking into the origins of the Trump-Russia probe and other intelligence-gathering activities related to the Trump campaign.

Clinesmith’s lawyer, Justin Shur, told the Associated Press that his client will plead guilty to a single false statements charge as part of a cooperation agreement with the government.  (more)

Tuesday.

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1,110 Responses to It’s 5:00pm…

  1. railer says:

    I’m just imagining Weismann sh!tting his pants right now.

    Literally, sh!t running down his pants leg. His bowels having lost control, soiling himself.

    A wide eyed look of terror on his face.

    Get their passports, Barr.

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  2. Chickficshun says:

    There are a few troubling aspects….they had all this info months ago after the IG report. Why wait now right before the election, especially when early voting decisions are so critical. I would like to believe this is a positive sign but I’m sorry I can’t get my hopes up. And Clinesmiths attorney coming out saying it was all a mistake….sounds like a cover up slap on the wrist.

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    • thebigharry says:

      Several months delay of grand jury due to COVID.

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      • vladdy says:

        Interesting how there’s always something that holds things up, isn’t it? Something perfectly reasonable, no problem, life happens….

        Anyone else read that novella by Matthew Brakken (hope I spelled that right) in the free book of stories on Amazon (I know, but…) “After the Coup” or “What I saw during the Coup?”

        -It was written by a Valerie-Jarret-type, explaining a happening just like Crossfire Hurricane with the end result supposed to be the overthrow, and at the beginning, she complains about the hammering and having to write in longhand.

        It ends with her completing her story and saying the hammering has stopped; the gallows are now ready, and that she and her partner, a DS intel guy, are in their last 24 or 48 hours of life…worth reading even after the spoiler, an exciting story, indeed — and a very possible and detailed storyline, up to the ending…..

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  3. sync says:

    The NewYork Times and Clinesmiths’ lawyers spin:

    A C.I.A. lawyer provided a list of documents in the August 2016 email at the heart of the case against Mr. Clinesmith that explained Mr. Page’s relationship with the agency.
    But an F.B.I. case agent who learned about Mr. Page’s ties to the C.I.A. played them down while preparing the first wiretap application, according to the inspector general’s report. At the time, Mr. Clinesmith was not involved in determining whether Mr. Page was a C.I.A. source, people familiar with the case said.

    But later in 2017, a supervisory F.B.I. agent handling the third and final renewal application asked Mr. Clinesmith for a definitive answer on whether Mr. Page had been an agency source, according to Mr. Horowitz’s report.

    Mr. Clinesmith incorrectly said that Mr. Page was “never a source” and sent the C.I.A.’s information to the supervisor. He altered the original email to say that Mr. Page had not been a source — a material change to a document used in a federal investigation.

    The agent relied on the altered email to submit the application seeking further court permission to wiretap Mr. Page, the inspector general wrote. By changing the email and then forwarding it, Mr. Clinesmith misrepresented the original content of the document, which prosecutors said was a crime.

    Mr. Clinesmith’s argued that he did not change the document in an attempt to cover up the F.B.I.’s mistake. His lawyers argued that he had made the change in good faith because he did not think that Mr. Page had been an actual source for the C.I.A.

    Mr. Clinesmith’s lawyers also argued that their client did not try to hide the C.I.A. email from other law enforcement officials as they sought the final renewal of the Page wiretap. Mr. Clinesmith had provided the unchanged C.I.A. email to Crossfire Hurricane agents and the Justice Department lawyer drafting the original wiretap application.

    http://archive.is/CysMH#selection-771.132-823.76

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    • sync says:

      “His lawyers argued that he had made the change in good faith because he did not think that Mr. Page had been an actual source for the C.I.A.”

      If Clinesmith intends to plea to committing a felony, no federal judge will accept his plea if he or his lawyers insist this is true

      “Mr. Clinesmith had provided the unchanged C.I.A. email to Crossfire Hurricane agents and the Justice Department lawyer drafting the original wiretap application.”

      This is called conspiracy

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      • zephyrbreeze says:

        It was his job to know.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Thats why he won’t plead to altering the,document, or the meaning of the document, ONLY to making false statements.

        If he had to allocute, as part of his plea deal, he could not make this claim, ….
        You are right.

        Hence he’ll plea to making a false statement, and allocute to THAT.

        Its the old “intent” schtick, “you can’t prove intent”!

        And, since the prosecutors have no WILL to prove intent, they go along with the plea bargain, just like they did with Wolfe.

        O.k., Tuesday

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        • SanJac says:

          The second Hillary decided not to use the government system and set her own up is intent.

          The very second this weasel decided to alter an email is intent.

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          • Dutchman says:

            They are totally distorting the valid application of intent in prosecution decisions, and its b.s.
            Breaking a window at 2:00 a.m., to get life saving medicine in an emergency has NOTHING to do with what these people,are doing: its an EXCUSE, not a reason for deciding not to indict.

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        • rialtalove says:

          I don’t get it. There is no cleaner evidence than a sent email that is intentionally (intent) altered- which we’ve known about for years in this case.

          False Statement plea!? WTF is that? Give me a break.

          This is the legal jumbo jumbo that makes regular Americans hateful to “the justice system”.

          This is a 5:00 Friday nothing burger, or worse.

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        • WSB says:

          Who is allowing him to do that? That should not be any part of cooperation!!!!!!!

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          • Dutchman says:

            Thats what happens when you lose the adversarial system; the Judges and the lawyers, allegedly “opposing council” are all working together to the same goal.

            Flynn experienced it working to hang him, Wolfe and now Clinesmith are experiencing the same phenominom, from the other direction, with everyone working to exhonerate, or at least minor handslap, and everyone move along, nothing to see here.

            Man, I would have loved a sweet set-up like that, with Prosecutors actually ‘on my side’, lol.

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            • WSB says:

              Yes, or this deserving alternative for Clinesmith…

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              • Dutchman says:

                Good one. But, just as DA’s will give a ‘deal’ to contract killers, to get them to ‘flip’ on who hired them, I really am not AS intetested in seeing Comey, McCabe etc. punished, as I am in seeing those who told them to do it.

                There IS a very powerful entity, that was behind the effort, and continues to shield these actives, and continues to push for PDJT’s destruction.

                I want that entity exposed, discredited and permanently removed from power. And yes, dead and buried.

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      You have to admire Clinesmith’s alleged chutzpah. The CIA tells him the guy is an asset (not for the first time), but in his judgment that is not true, so he falsifies the email copy. And then apparently sends the actual email along as a CYA (since they all already know the truth).

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      You have to admire Clinesmith’s alleged chutzpah. The CIA tells him the guy is an asset (not for the first time), but in his judgment that is not true, so he falsifies the email copy. And then apparently sends the actual email along as a CYA (since they all already know the truth).

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      You have to admire Clinesmith’s alleged chutzpah. The CIA tells him the guy is an asset (not for the first time), but in his judgment that is not true, so he falsifies the email copy. And then apparently sends the actual email along as a CYA (since they all already know the truth).

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    • take good looks at Clinesmith and ALFRED E.NEUMAN….it say it all….clown

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  4. Dixie Sugarbaker says:

    Do the related posts accompanying the post have any significance? Cause they are all related to one Jim Comey….

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  5. OffCourseNation says:

    This is all becoming more and more like a script for a bad play.

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  6. Goldenhurricane70 says:

    Let’s see if Clinesmith forfeits his law license! It would be a huge joke if he doesn’t!

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    • detad1 says:

      In many ways our party has been turned into one of low expectations.

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      • Yy4u says:

        Detad1
        We haven’t had a party since 1988 when Papa Bush gained control. We just thought we did. I for one intend to back the GOP only for so long as POTUS is in office. The last election in which he needs them is my last time voting GOP. I intend to write Trump’s name in for every office after that to register my protest. If the freedom caucus is smart they will leave the party once POTUS is out of office snd run as independents. We will not forget.

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        • Trump does not make half complete deals so I happen to think that he is mentoring successors. anybody who thinks that he planned to ride in like the calvary and then leave it to fall as we did in Cambodia and Iraq,is seriously underestimating him I think

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    • gda53 says:

      Automatic loss.

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  7. dunewall says:

    Keep on Truckin’ Sundance.

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  8. Christopher Chantrill says:

    How do you sing like a canary? Chirp chirp chirp.

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  9. Tim sullivan says:

    So this indictment of the low level fruit is enough not to charge ahead?? What is the name of Durham’s right hand man? This is NOT enough! Go on offense.

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    • berniekopell says:

      Look at two more signatures in the Information signed by Durham. Nerraj N. Patel. Special Assistant US Attorney for DC; Anthony Scarapelli, Assistant US Attorney for DC

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    • sync says:

      Tim: They put this together in a rush. Clinesmith has not even been indicted. What you are reading is a complaint, a charging document that will be presented to a magistrate when he is arraigned.

      In federal court, you can plead to the complaint when you are arraigned.

      Intending to plea means absolutely nothing.

      If he changes his mind, he will then be indicted and brought to trial

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  10. Chickficshun says:

    What law firm does Clinesmith’s attorney work for? Is it aligned to the lawfare people?

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  11. That’s it? That’s the best you can do? One count? Another Wolf indictment? Cooperation? Is he gonna give you Comey and McCabe? Because for a single count he better be giving you a boatload. Oh, and if you think that we are stupid enough or patient enough to accept this and only this before the election, your crazy…there are many attached to the Brookings Dossier that need to go to prison…your gonna need to do better then to indict one guy. On one count. That could have been indicted for several process crimes two years ago…

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  12. At the next SOTU, Melania should be putting the medal of freedom around Sundance’s neck(s).

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  13. amjean says:

    I despise delays, however, if a delay helps “the good guys get the bad guys”,
    then its fine with me.

    However, if I see or hear the word “tik tok” one more time I am going to explode.

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    • linderella says:

      That’s probably why President Trump wants to ban Tik Tok…

      Liked by 3 people

    • WillRoll says:

      I hear ya, amjean. I have a feeling it’s more like The Art of the Deal. “Ok, it looks like your serious, so I’m willing to wait until the next mile marker we’ve set out. If you hit it (Tuesday) we’ll keep trusting you. If you don’t, we go full wolverine. And you know we’ll go full wolverine.”

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  14. Joyce M says:

    It’s not enough – I’m tired of the “bones” they throw to appease us. Ready to Rumble.

    Liked by 1 person

    • If you only knew how deep and intricate this is. Trump is trying to do what OUgHT to take a decade.

      We are talking of things goiing back to before the middle of the LAST CENTURY. the bureaucracies FDR put in place and then that OBama increased by huge amounts, increased our risk of a Venezuela like imbalance between private citizens and government employed voters.

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  15. Karen says:

    But they who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint. Peace be with you Sundance, I have faith!

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  16. sunnyflower5 says:

    Dan Scavino@DanScavino
    #FlashbackFriday👀

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  17. mamadogsite says:

    Gregg Jarett subbing for Liz McDonald, towards the very end of the show, thinks McCabe may be the next to fall. Interesting, as he has written several books on the subject.

    CO plates on some cars may be FBI from Denver. Definately the Tetons. We camped there a few years ago, and it definately looks familiar. Beautiful area if you’ve never been there.

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    • kleen says:

      CNN may be hiring a new contributor then, sounds like a job opening is about to occur.

      If this goes on, MSM will have several job openings. They only employ crooks and mentally unstable imbeciles.

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      • PaulCohen says:

        Why wouldn’t CNN continue using criminals as “contributors” and “expert commentators”?? As long as they have to proper leftist spin it all fits….

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    • lokiscout says:

      Gregg has a pretty good track record on this stuff. If he thinks McCabe might fall that is good news. That would be getting to the higher up juicer fruit.

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  18. bmwjac says:

    I hope this is the beginning of these corrupt and incompetent people .
    I feel they should all be stripped of all assets and their pensions healthcare .I also believe its time to treat these thugs like MAFIA RICO Jail for life.
    WHAT BULLSHIT

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    • If we get out what Trump, Sundance and some others of us know about what they did, it will be all but impossible for them to be able to function as before because the court of public opinion will destroy them.

      if I hadn’t mentioned much of the evil and been ignored I’d list much of it again.

      The perversion, the greed and the evil is hideous, fetid.

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  19. ltravisjr says:

    In light of today’s events I’m trying to make sense of that “Durham’s just a headfake” stuff was all about.
    ???

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  20. linderella says:

    “I’m just beginning to see… Now I’m on my way…”

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  21. AJ. says:

    “Viva le Resistance!”

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  22. The Devilbat says:

    Clinesmith’s lawyer, Justin Shur, told the Associated Press that his client will plead guilty to a single false statements charge as part of a (get this) cooperation agreement with the government !!!

    It looks to me like the first canary is about to share his song! The question is, who will he sing about? It may be quite a memorable song.

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    • vikingmom says:

      I sure hope that the DOJ has Clinesmith and his family in very good protective custody because now that his attorney has publicly disclosed his intention to co-operate, he is at high risk of suicide from two shots to the back of the head!

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      • The Devilbat says:

        Dang right Vikingmom. The communists will stop at nothing to attain and keep power. As Josef Stalin said, “You need to crack a few eggs to make an omelet.” His belief was that the good of the many outweighed the good of the few. The problem was that the good he intended for the many was a complete and total tyrannical control. Your friend the Bat. * * *

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      • WillRoll says:

        The pretty canary is singing…
        and Clinesmith didn’t kill himself!

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      • Deplorable Incisor says:

        Hopefully he is wearing a wire and all his electronic devices are tapped too.
        Figure Obama will be calling him shortly to try and talk him out of SQUEALING!

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    • Was Ghislaine taking off suicide watch in order to get more access to her? We have two canaries and it’s true that we don’t know where Mifsud is and I’m suspecting there are some who are just about fed up…

      I think every single week in the next 12 weeks is going to have riveting developments.

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  23. What can the scum lib dems do to distract ?
    Have you thought of that ?
    They already kill babies, moms, seniors, Blacks.
    What will they do to “Look, Over here!”
    OY

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  24. sync says:

    This is Clinesmith’s attorney…Justin Shur….a Department of Justice insider:

    Snarc advertisement: “I get inside before you are even charged”

    “Prior to joining Molo Lamken, Mr. Shur served in the Criminal Division of the Justice Department, where he was Deputy Chief of the Public Integrity Section. In that role, Mr. Shur oversaw fraud and corruption investigations and prosecutions nationwide. He also served as lead trial counsel in several of DOJ’s most significant white collar matters.”

    “Over the years, Mr. Shur has guided clients through sensitive government investigations and related proceedings. He has extensive experience with numerous federal enforcement and investigatory agencies, including the Department of Justice, Securities and Exchange Commission, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Inspectors General, and Congress, as well as various state and local authorities”

    https://www.mololamken.com/professionals-justin-shur

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  25. Steve says:

    What is the significance of the picture?

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  26. It was like this. The always amazing Sundance.

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  27. Alexander Bocephus Hamilton says:

    How about he pleas to being a traitor and he is summarily executed. If he does and names names, we will not execute his family and friends.

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  28. Redhotrugmama says:

    I dream. I dream of major indictments announced and live perp walks done right at the hight of the DNC convention. Imagine the DNC convention on live tv…..then a notice of breaking news and they switch over to an AG/DOJ press conference announcing multiple arrests! I can dream right?

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  29. Zy says:

    “My name is all over these f’ing documents”.

    Patsy Cline Smith.

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    • gda53 says:

      Love Patsy Cline. Patsy Clinesmith, not so much.

      But I do like his prospects.

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    • YeahYouRight says:

      Oh yeah! That was my favorite resistance text!

      The really important thing being under reported even here is that this genius shared the real CIA email with the CH team before he altered it to suit their needs.

      Durham isn’t charging anything related to conspiracy yet, but he will when he’s ready to alert the public and co-conspirators.

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      • twohartsintx says:

        My thought of how it went down is that Clinesmith shared the real CIA email and someone above him told him to make changes. Otherwise, why share the real one if he was doing it all on his own?

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  30. Reaganite says:

    AG Barr used a phrase in his Hannity
    interview:
    “the direction the investigation is
    taking.” Clinesmith seemingly has a
    cooperation agreement with prosecutors as he
    pleads guilty.

    Barr said ( paraphrase) last night:
    “We will have a development tomorrow.
    It won’t be earth-shaking. But it will be
    an indicator of the direction we are taking.”

    Surely this is a good sign.
    The direction is NOT the destination.

    Barr, Durham, Bash, and XXXXX
    are GOING SOMEWHERE. Maybe aided
    and abetted by SunDance.

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  31. jackphatz says:

    Does anyone know who this Millie Weaver is from Infowars? She was about to drop a video exposing Obama’s national security adviser when her and her husband were arrested for some bogus burglary.

    Also Twitter got @mitchellvii suspended.

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    • jahealy says:

      I hadn’t hear of her. But if anyone here watches her entire video, I’ll pay cash money for a written highlight reel.

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      • Ellis says:

        It’s worth the time to watch. Contractor abuse of data explained by whistleblowers. Current implications, ie. how riots are started and continue through manipulation.

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        • Ellis says:

          Jury pool manipulations was also pretty interesting. A.I. taking this data manipulation to the next level.

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          • conversefive says:

            The DNC hack, Seth RicH and Shawn Lucas references in the last 20 minutes were most interesting to me. Shawn Lucas died in August of 2016 after receiving info from Seth Rich on DNC shenanigans of a “drug overdose.” I mean two ppl connected to the DNC server both die under suspicious circumstances within a couple months of each other?

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          • conversefive says:

            The DNC hack, Seth RicH and Shawn Lucas references in the last 20 minutes were most interesting to me. Shawn Lucas died in August of 2016 after receiving info from Seth Rich on DNC shenanigans of a “drug overdose.” I mean two ppl connected to the DNC server both die under suspicious circumstances within a couple months of each other?

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      • Deplorable Incisor says:

        Too much info for a highlight reel. It’s worht your time to wathc the whole thing.
        WARNING: Sit down and take a deep breath first. Sinister doesn’t even scratch the surface.

        I’m actually surprised its still up on youtube.

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    • TennesseeBeaver says:

      Millie is part of Infowars which is run by Alex Jones. She is pretty good investigative journalist. Goes into the mob a lot to get videos and shows them as Millie Millenial.

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    • Boots says:

      In her vid of the arrest, a woman off camera says the charge is burglary. It seems to me that she’s being charged for information she and/or husband got online from someplace; possibly one of the one of the companies she exposes as running Information Operations (newspeak for psyops) for DOD, or maybe from the govt itself. If she hacked into something the charges could be very serious, from what I know.

      I’m currently downloading her vid to external HD as I type this. 812 MB with 4 mins left. This is a vid that might be scrubbed and it’s too valuable/info filled to let that happen to it.

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  32. erm9164 says:

    Prayers for your safety and success,Sundance.You are a patriot of the highest order.

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  33. MR52 says:

    So does this have bearing on the Flynn case?

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  34. Zorro says:

    Any comment from Sally Moyer ?

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  35. Newhere says:

    Clinesmith has always struck me as a patsy. He obviously held a key role and high security position — but he’d only been out of law school for 7 or 8 years. That’s really not much experience for handling such high-wire work.

    ANY attorney that junior in such a clutch position is going to be too SCARED to commit an obvious crime with a CYA, unless he’s secretly a CIA plant or something. Whatever the case, he must have thought he had cover.

    If this plea is enough for SD to hold fire, even for a few days, SD must have some indication that something more substantial is coming, soon.

    This one is such small-ball; really makes you wonder what they would or could roll out next week that’s got SD hitting the breaks. Maybe Strzok, maybe John Carlin? Bowditch?

    Hate to say it, but pleas or indictments of even fairly well-known FBI/DOJ figures (short of top brass) will be drowned out by Harris’s Deb Ball next week …… Burr and Warner. Now THAT would be something.

    I’ll be glad for anything. But dare to dream.

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  36. garavaglia1 says:

    Slooooooowwww waaaaaaaaaaalk

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  37. SpankynotAlfalfa says:


    This is a picture of our plan. Enough said.

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  38. Cathy M. says:

    Especially love the last line of this tweet.

    “Waiting For Durham – Brian Cates
    @drawandstrike
    Level 1:
    The dam has broken.

    The center did not hold.

    The firewalls are down.

    The tripwires are going off.

    The butthole pucker factor in DC will be going off the charts this weekend.
    4:23 PM · Aug 14, 2020·Twitter Web App

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  39. Bogeyfree says:

    1 Down, 238 more to go!

    Possibly in preparation to Tuesday?

    https://www.justice.gov/usao-wy/meet-us-attorney

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  40. AJ. says:

    This is the only political website that matters anymore. It’s not merely passing it on, it’s making it happen. Keep pressing!

    Godspeed!

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  41. kleen says:

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    • kleen says:

      The case has been assigned to Judge James Boasberg. I know him a little. In my opinion, he is a good judge & a fair minded person. He is also the chief of the FISA Court at the moment. He was a judge in the Superior Court – the local DC court – before becoming a federal judge./2

      Waiving the grand jury is very common in white collar cases where there is going to be a plea entered. It will be included as one of the terms of the plea agreement, which hasn’t been filed in this case yet./3

      We might see Judge Boasberg recuse himself & the case be reassigned. In DC assignment is done randomly on a wheel. Judge Boasberg has made some rulings as the FISA chief about the Carter Page warrants & FBI misleading the FISC. He may decide he shouldn’t handle this too. /4

      What’s the benefit to the defendant in waving a grand jury?

      Leslie McAdoo Gordon
      @McAdooGordon
      ·
      44m
      You’re not forcing the govt to present its case, which it would otherwise have to do. It’s part of pleading guilty – you’re making the gov’t’s job easier. What you’re getting back is whatever is in the deal you’ve worked out.

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      • Joemama says:

        Kleen – Seriously, do you believe that judge assignments are random? Why does the communist activist judge Amy Berman Jackson always seem to get assigned any cases involving people associated with PDJT?

        And seriously, they still use a mechanical roulette style wheel? There are some pretty good digital random number generators available in 2020.

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      • WSB says:

        Boasberg is a crook!!! why are they giving this to him, of all people???? The clerk again?

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  42. Ackman419 says:

    Treeps, every day God guides us.
    Accept that your will is guided by Him.
    He cares. He loves us. Ultimately, we sit next to God.

    Pray for SD.
    Pray for our Republic.
    Pray for President Donald J Trump.
    And pray for salvation and a presence next to our Lord.

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  43. cliffaheadwolvesbehind says:

    Sundance, over the years, you have so earned our trust.
    Whatever happens, if we end up all going down together to save this country, I couldn’t ask for better company than you and every one of the treepers!!!

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  44. Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

    2:18 from the Hannity-Barr interview (https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2020/08/14/bill-barr-interview-with-sean-hannity/#more-197923)

    And I’ve said there are going to be developments, significant developments, before the election. But we’re not doing this on the election schedule. We’re aware of the election, we’re not going to do anything inappropriate before the election, but we’re not being dictated to by the schedule, what’s dictating the timing of this are developments in the case. And there will be developments.
    Tomorrow there will be a development in the case. Now it’s not an earth-shattering development but it is an indication that things are moving along at the proper pace as dictated by the facts in this investigation.

    So there he said it. There would be a development today, not earth-shattering. Check.

    There are more coming.

    Some are going to be “significant” and they will occur before the election.

    Cautious optimism is totally warranted, everyone.

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    • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

      Wasn’t it nice of AG Barr to let us know something was going to happen and there’s more coming? I think it was. 🙂

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  45. Scarlet says:

    This is interesting.
    Did Barr throw Sundance a bone with Clinedinst? It sure looks like it.
    Tuesday. What does that mean ?
    Things are happening. I think Sundance is having an impact. I do.
    This is so exciting !

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    • rayvandune says:

      I am not so worried about Barr doing something inappropriate before the election. I am worried about Barr FAILING to do something absolutely necessary to preserve justice before the election!

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      • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

        He told us more is coming. I believe him.

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      • TheWanderingStar says:

        I wonder what Barr would consider inappropriate. If he has cause, then he damn well better act appropriately and expeditiously.

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        • doyouseemyvision says:

          Barr is afraid. He’s made previous commitments to Mueller and McConnell and is now trying to figure out how to thread the needle without violating those commitments.

          Hiding behind ‘inappropriate’ is a way to do the minimum necessary. We saw that today. SD is trying to smoke him out, but so far, Barr is winning.

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        • Linda K. says:

          The only one they can’t indict is Biden. Ukraine is after Biden though.

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    • trialbytruth says:

      Sundance was being asked to wait until Tuesday to see fruits. They were going to take an action and he would decide if it was worth waiting or not. He apparently has decided to wait.

      whats in wyoming?

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  46. sync says:

    Barr/Durham had this information for months and sat on it…..

    Interview with Clinesmith (OGC Attorney)
    Page 250 of the Horowitz report: December 9, 2019.

    The Liaison responded that same day by providing the OGC Attorney with a
    list of documents previously provided by the other agency to the FBI mentioning
    Page’s name, including the August 17 Memorandum. The Liaison also wrote that
    the U.S. government agency uses
    the [digraph] to show that the encrypted individual…is a [U.S. person].
    We encrypt the [U.S. persons] when they provide reporting to us. My
    recollection is that Page was or is … [digraph] but the [documents] will
    explain the details. If you need a formal definition for the FISA, please
    let me know and we’ll work up some language and get it cleared for
    use.
    The OGC Attorney responded, “Thanks so much for this information. We’re
    digging into the [documents] now, but I think the definition of the [digraph]
    answers our questions.” That same day, the OGC Attorney forwarded the Liaison’s
    email response to Case Agent 6 and an FBI SSA assigned to the Special Counsel’s
    Office, without adding any explanation or comment. The SSA responded by telling
    Case Agent 6 that she would “pull these [documents] for you tomorrow and get you
    what you need.” The OGC Attorney also sent an instant message to his supervisor,
    the OGC Unit Chief, stating that Carter Page was a “U.S. subsource of a source” and
    that “[digraph]=encrypted USPER.”
    We asked the OGC Attorney if he read the documents identified by the
    Liaison in her June 15, 2017 email. The OGC Attorney told the OIG that he “didn’t
    know the details of…the content of the [documents]” and did not think he was
    involved in reviewing them. He also said he “didn’t have access to the [documents]
    in the OGC space,” but that the investigative team was provided the list of
    documents and that they would have been reviewing them. The OGC Attorney said
    he understood the Liaison’s response to mean that Page had not been a sourcewhich the OGC Attorney described as a “recruited asset”-but rather someone who
    had some interaction with a source for the other U.S. government agency, and not
    a direct relationship with the other agency. He stated his understanding was that
    the other U.S. government agency
    identified that [Page] was [“digraph”], and [“digraph”] refers to a U.S.
    person … who’s incidentally picked up … [in] reporting out from a source
    of theirs. So their recruited asset is at a meeting, and [Page]
    happened to be there too. And then, in the reporting, the source
    mentions [Page] is there, so the agency protects [Page’s] true name
    by using … [“digraph” for Page].

    395 In an email sent to Case Agent 6 on June 13, 2017, and in an instant message sent to
    Case Agent 6 on June 15, 2017, the OGC Attorney referred to this request as “that source check” and
    “that [digraph] check,” respectively.

    Click to access 120919-examination.pdf

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  47. WeThePeople2016 says:

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