Kevin Clinesmith – Criminal Information….

It’s not an indictment, it’s a Criminal Information with no grand jury, which suggests counsel for defendant approached DOJ to structure an agreement.  The plea agreement likely also included an agreement for method of public release. [LINK HERE]  Last year John Spiropoulos explained the Clinesmith information for OAN TV.  WATCH:

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418 Responses to Kevin Clinesmith – Criminal Information….

  1. AceODale says:

    And so it begins…

    May this spark ignite a bonfire!

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    • bonfire…Beirut seize in DC…..next week…

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      • JAS says:

        The first guy to cop a plea gets the best deal. Lots of people in DC are not going sleeping well tonight without pharmaceuticals

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        • Class D Forgery – 10 years, Lying to the FBI 10 years = 20 Years. Current age 38, that means he would be released at 58 unless a deal is struck!

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        • threethreethreethistime says:

          refresh my memory, who was Kleinsmith’s boss again? Page?

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        • Bill Durham says:

          “Not knowing and unintentional”…. So bondo Barr and john donthing have charged clinesmith with committing a typo???? So the narrative is that he made a mistake?
          Carter page is a spy.
          Carter page is not a spy
          Ooops. I mistakenly put in the word not and didn’t double check. Is this bondo Barr cleanup??? C’mon man. I see what they are doing. Its more stalling. Release the kraken Sundance. Barr is a fraud

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          • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

            Try harder cause you’re pretty far off the mark.

            Why the F would Clinesmith approach the DOJ for a deal?
            18 USC §1519

            But you made up your mind months ago, so what the hell else is new.

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            • Bill Durham says:

              Keep drinking the koolaid. You been doing that for 3 years. Bondo barr pulled a jessie lui and gave clinesmith a wolfe deal. No judge will take a guilty plea for a crime that was unknowing and unintentional. Intent has to be part of guilt. Also this is a first offense a process crime. Hes looking at probation. Barr could drop charges just like he did for Flynn. Maybe thats why he intervened. He can drop charges on obamagate culprits since he set a precedent. Read Sidney Powell. She smells a rat in this deal

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              • tav144 says:

                ALFORD PLEA. For the love of God. Will you naysayers just give it a rest?

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              • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

                So Kevin’s FINGERS unknowingly and unintentionally edited the email to insert “not a source”…
                Guess I have to concede that point as it’s finally been proven mathematically that If an infinite number of monkeys pound randomly on an infinite number of typewriters, one of them will write “Hamlet.”
                This monkey simply struck gold on the first shot….solo.

                Speaking of coincidences… I’m sure SD’s threat of exposure had nothing to do with Barr’s sudden appearance on Hannity and drop of this information.
                Why does Barr want to protect MR.XXXXX?
                Is he a secret fake guy to back up his other fake guy? Most cleaners want to LIMIT the number of people involved…at least the good ones do.

                Which Barr is clearly not… as..
                He could have taken out Trump within his first month as AG and made this all go away back then. Like Pine-Sol. Ooops.

                Anyway…..I’ll go back to my Kool-Aid now and leave you to that crystal ball of yours.

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                • Bill Durham says:

                  This sites owner nicknamed Barr bondo
                  I nicknamed Barr the cleaner
                  The site owner does not trust Barr
                  I do not trust Barr
                  We have been right about him so far
                  Apparently we have similar crystal balls
                  Enjoy the koolaid. You will be spitting it out in a few weeks. Lets see who is right. Just a few more weeks to go.

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                • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

                  Our difference is not over whether or not something will happen….it’s over the REASON it might not.

                  (Oh…and this sites owner has in fact gone back and forth on Barr by the way.)

                  Several here seem convinced the reason nothing will happen is because Barr is a cleaner.
                  Oddly that sentiment is amplified specifically right after HE ACTUALLY DOES DO SOMETHING or SAYS SOMETHING.
                  And when he does:
                  MSM reports: It’s because Barr is helping Trump
                  CTH reports; It’s because Barr is working against Trump.
                  Weird.

                  If Barr is a cleaner he is the WORST EVER.
                  (He shut down SC without giving them obstruction, appointed SEVERAL AGs, spoken out repeatedly about “spying”, the “collapse” of C-H, INVALIDATED 2/4 CP FISAs, rid DC of Jessie Liu, intervened in Stone & Flynn, etc…now Clinesmith)
                  CTH folk cast these accomplishments as Barr being FORCED to do this.
                  Bullshit.
                  If he’s a cleaner…….then he CLEANS.

                  The angle I come from is this:
                  The CASE Barr has to make IN COURT to achieve the desired justice.
                  It’s easy on some internet blogsite to ramble on about “obvious” CRIMES….and then chastise Barr for not bringing them on your timeframe.
                  It’s a whole ‘nother ball game to actually PROVE it in court.

                  I’m convinced that many STILL don’t understand the core nature of the crime that has to be proved.
                  And it would be difficult for ANY AG
                  (Powell, DiGenova, Fitton, Guiliani among the wishlist I seen here)
                  #1 The crimes were committed by LAWYERS and LAWMEN. Folks VERY FAMILIAR with the “contours” of the law and points of their individual vulnerability. (IOW: They know quite well how to Cover Their Ass)

                  #2 This case is NOT a TREASON case. This case is NOT a SEDITION case. Or any of the other things people suggest (if they even bother to.)
                  THIS IS A CONSPIRACY CASE FIRST.

                  To understand this….pick out any single individual involved…ANY…
                  Obama, Biden, Yates, Comey on down Strzok or Clinesmith.
                  And then realize…that individual CANNOT commit this “treason” or “sedition” (the “coup”)…..
                  ON THEIR OWN.
                  An example perhaps….
                  Obama DID NOT fill out a false FISA application, approve it, and deliver it to the FISC.
                  He DID NOT because he COULD NOT.
                  Someone ELSE had to do it and once you have another person…you have conspiracy that must be proved.
                  Damn difficult to do, especially in this case
                  (See #1)
                  Here’s just a small example of how hard this becomes.
                  No one here would deny that Peter Strzok is up to his eyeballs in this: text messages, emails, his firing, etc all inculpate him.
                  Problem in court tho is this
                  HERE:https://www.judiciary.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/Annotated%20New%20York%20Times%20Article.pdf

                  Strzok DEBUNKED a NYT article that actually HELPED the “coup”……..
                  AND DOCUMENTED HIS DEBUNKING.
                  A dime store defense attorney is going to use this as to disprove the conspiracy. Exculpate.
                  These are the types of things that “BARR” needs to overcome.
                  And you can bet your ass–again because of #1—there are troves of these examples.
                  In baseball a tie goes to the runner….
                  In court to the defendant.

                  Understanding that a CONSPIRACY must be proved FIRST leads to further understandings:
                  Why a McCabe or Comey 18 USC 1001 prosecution ACCOMPLISHES absolutely NOTHING. Hell you laid out the reasons yourself…..They get a plea, pay a fine serve no time.
                  People DON’T FLIP on a lying charge.
                  (See PapaD, Flynn, Stone)

                  Furthermore if you don’t prove the CONSPIRACY on the FIRST indictment you bring…..then you are screwed for ALL the rest.

                  This web must be untangled (a web that extends over multiple agencies, each doing their bit part) in order to even know where the pressure points are and what thread to even pull.
                  Reading Clinesmith’s criminal information it appears some threads have been identified.
                  We don’t know the conditions of his deal.
                  (Well maybe you do…”a Wolfe deal”)
                  We’ll see.

                  For me….I’ve always thought there was only a 1 in 10 chance ANYONE would be able to make this case.
                  But I’m willing to wait to find out.
                  Anyway…I have no choice
                  My crystal ball broke years ago, along with my X-Ray Specs.

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                • Bill Durham says:

                  Krash
                  Fair enough. Let me put my cards on the table.
                  I never believed in gitmo or treason or sedition would ever be proved. I never believed they would get Hillary Obama Biden Comey Brennan clapper Rice. I believe Barr felt he had a few miscreants he could fire and charge. And then he was confronted with a truth he never thought possible. Trump was not exaggerating. And it was even worse than Trump was claiming. Every element of dc and every agency within has been politicized. Everything functions as a wing of tbe DNC. They were profiting of the fisa dbase, foreign relations, government agencies courts. Everything. And every element in dc was aligned against Trump. They didn’t have to plot. It came naturally. It was organic. No conspiracy needed. Stop Trump. A wink and a nod. But now Barr has a problem. He has to ignore it all and do a light cleanup in aisle 4. He is incapable of fumigating the entire store. He cant even clean the other aisles. Too much product is spoiled and would have to be thrown out. So he is going to shut it off right here like they did with wolfe. Any further exposes too much. Clinesmith strokz page is as high as it goes. And very light sentence to discourage any ratting.

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  2. sb says:

    Better than nothing, but is as close to nothing as it gets.

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    • cboldt says:

      It is what it is, and I’ll take it as “a good a start as any!”
      Gets people talking. Maybe gets the press to dig in even deeper. It’s gotten Weissman to dig in deeper, and likely more of Team Mueller will follow suit.
      All the farther to fall.

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      • FissionGPS says:

        Think how many people still have no idea what was in the Horowitz report. Well, now some of them know a little bit more.

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        • Robert Smith says:

          Yes, vast majority of people don’t know anything about the coup.

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          • Daniel M. Camac says:

            Robert you are so correct. This WILL peek some interest in those who actually have a working brain.

            To me it’s like the first real admittance of the lying that put us where we are now and I believe (unlike Sessions or Ratstein) that we may be getting somewhere.

            Is it because of Sundance and his sword of Truth that has ignited this fire?

            God let it be so.

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      • Rgt says:

        Clinesmith committed the most easily understood outrageous criminal act by a law enforcement actor….he blatant falsified evidence to obtain a warrant. You don’t have to be a lawyer or even familiar with the circumstances to understand the gravity of what he did. Law enforcement personnel are given a certain degree of credibility because they are seen as unattached to the outcome of their investigations. They take an oath to defend the Constitution and the expectation is that they do their job honorably. Whether it is planting drug evidence on a suspect, lying about an interrogation on the stand or tossing a throw down at the seen of a shooting, everybody recognizes deception and when it is law enforcement…it is serious.
        This is the tip of the iceberg. If Barr is as concerned about the rule of law and its equal application as he professes, then this rot must be vigorously and completely rooted out, exposed, and destroyed regardless of who is infected.

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        • doyouseemyvision says:

          Absolutely. If he is given 6 mos or a year for a crime as serious as this, it will show there is a separate set of rules for govt bureaucrats and it will happen again. This act affected innocent people and perpetrated fraud on the FISC by a US govt FBI official.

          He’s a lawyer. It is preposterous this was an unintentional mistake. He wasn’t an intern!

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    • Bing says:

      It is better than a kick to the groin, I guess.

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    • allin4freedom says:

      My understanding is that he is now a cooperating witness. What songs will this little birdie sing?

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  3. 918pigpen says:

    The chair is against the wall
    The chair is against the wall
    John has a long mustache

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  4. joshashland says:

    Clinesmith is a liar too. Have a nice weekend

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  5. Clinesmith is singing like a canary!

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  6. cdnintx says:

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  7. Brian Carey says:

    I can’t imagine what Sundance would discover were it not for all the redactions?
    If Clinesmith willingly came forward, there’s whispers in the wind of DS branches gaining strength.

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    • cboldt says:

      Or Clinesmith is their point man in this part of the skirmish. Meaning they are testing, not that they necessarily have strength – other than strength in the press, that is forever.

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  8. cboldt says:

    Flynn went down on an information too. I’m not sure what this implies, other than the two sides were in contact before the case was revealed to the public.
    Herridge reported that Clinesmith initiated this contact. I doubt Flynn initiated contact with Team Mueller.

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    • trnathens says:

      Not all crimes require Grand Jury presentment. The jurisdiction makes its own rules. Well, the highest court of that jurisdiction.

      There was a list. When I started. To learn which had to be “Indicted”, and which could be “Accused”.

      And then there were those that REQUIRE Grand Jury presentment, but where defendant sauces that right as part of a plea deal.

      Remember, all a Grand Jury says id’s that a group of 16-26 people find sufficient evidence to support probable cause to believe a particular defendant committed a particular crime.

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      • trnathens says:

        Waives, not sauces, heh

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        • cboldt says:

          Sauces is good 😉
          Speaking fed jurisdiction: If there is to be a trial, the line where GJ is mandatory is “felony,” penalty one year jail or more.
          But no trial, and 18 USC 1001 is a felony, and there is no indictment.
          I don’t know for sure that Aldrich Ames was indicted for espionage. Indictment was delayed at least 30 days by mutual agreement after he was arrested.

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  9. A least Durham put his name on it.

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  10. 63gordfa says:

    The only thing that smells worse at this point than this Clinesmith non-indictment is my basement.

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  11. SanJac says:

    So there is a problem if Page is an agent of Russia but not a problem if most of DC and academia are agents of foreign governments who are actually destroying this country ?

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  12. Just Some Guy says:

    Can we get clarification? Is this good or bad? A small bean is fine, if it leads up the chain… But I don’t get what this means… It isn’t an indictment but a “a Criminal Information with no grand jury”? What does that mean?

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    • Phalcon says:

      Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure (FRCP)
      Rule 7. The Indictment and the Information

      (a) When Used.

      (1) Felony. An offense (other than criminal contempt) must be prosecuted by an indictment if it is punishable:

      (A) by death; or

      (B) by imprisonment for more than one year.

      (2) Misdemeanor. An offense punishable by imprisonment for one year or less may be prosecuted in accordance with Rule 58(b)(1).

      (b) Waiving Indictment. An offense punishable by imprisonment for more than one year may be prosecuted by information if the defendant—in open court and after being advised of the nature of the charge and of the defendant’s rights—waives prosecution by indictment.

      https://www.law.cornell.edu/rules/frcrmp/rule_7

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    • jleonard14 says:

      It means we’ve been had.

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  13. Badger says:

    A bone for the weekend news cycle. I hope Clinesmith has been extremely “forthcoming” with the investigators. Who’s smart enough to grab their chair before the music stops?

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    • 63gordfa says:

      How can he be truly “forthcoming” if his lawyer is saying that Clinesmith’s actions were not knowing and intentional?

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      • Cam Heck says:

        “C’mon man!” The last time I heard the ” I didn’t mean to” defence was when It came out of my own mouth last at age 10- and I didn’t believe it then either. These people think we are idiots. Bring it, Sundance.

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      • nimrodman says:

        Only way I can think of to square that circle is if he contends his supervisors somehow tricked him into changing the wording on some kind of false pretense that he didn’t understand at the time, only later

        Implying that he’s rolled on his supervisors

        I only gave it about 7 seconds of thought, so I’m just spitting that out, I’ll be interested to hear how others might explain it

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        • nimrodman says:

          … in reply to “his lawyer is saying that Clinesmith’s actions were not knowing and intentional?”

          My comment is the only way I can square both “not knowing” and “not intentional”

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          • SteveT says:

            “not knowing” and “not intentional”

            ————————————————
            Can anybody explain how one forwards an email, and in the process, edits it to reverse the meaning without knowing, and without intention?
            Typos don’t come into it – there is no reason to be editing it at all.
            Is that the best they can do?

            SteveT

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        • geoffg12 says:

          I read that he is implicating higher ups, in return for this slap on the wrist.

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      • swampfox999 says:

        The deep state uniparty will reward clinesmith with lifetime financial security for shutting up and/or threaten to harm him or his family if he doesn’t play by their rules. They keep leverage for life now especially that they have also managed to corrupt the judiciary turning much of its actions into nothing short of mafia practice. His lifeline needs to be cut first to prevent his benefactors/potential executioners from succeeding. In other words, we need to take down the whole network at once and a traditional piecemeal approach used by prosecutors is not likely to succeed.

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      • doyouseemyvision says:

        Agreed. If Clinesmith said he didn’t mean to do it, then he is giving up nothing. This is more false hope.

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  14. iSapiens says:

    I had hope, but I didn’t think they would actually react to your threat. Not that you needed to, but you proved yourself to a lot of naysayers.

    I for one, can say that you brought “new hope” to us all.

    Your Sundance army just got bigger. Bring it on!

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  15. jumpinjarhead says:

    This is incredibly troubling.

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    • James Carpenter aka "Felix" says:

      Volcanology is at a point where eruptions are being predicted with increasing accuracy. Still,it is an imprecise science.
      What the Deep State was unable to stop being “pooped out” today is both a seismic reading _and_ a token lava bomb. If the volcano we marked on our maps as the “Big Ugly” is going to erupt in a furious display of tectonic force… too early to say for sure.
      Be assured though, tectonic forces make this a “when”, not an “if”.

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      • jumpinjarhead says:

        Good metaphor—we shall see.

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      • montanamel says:

        Be Advised, Felix…. We are entering the era of a Grand Solar Minimum….the really big ones occur about every 406 years or so…a smaller version occurs around the mid-mark of 200 yr, and a feint stab at “something” occurs around the 100 yr mark… Look back in history for “the year without summer” (1816/17)….and, The Mini Ice Age (1600’s) These minimums show up all thru history by their “results” of starvation, extreme bad weather, illnesses (the Black Plague) and military/war reversals… These are all the results of the combination of Volcano’s and Earthquakes….as well as the sun going very quiet/low output. Look at all the crop failures over in Africa and China right now….Look how cold it is in the Southern Hemisphere right now…Grand Minimum’s last for 20 to 60 years and there are many “variations” during them…but, the average is bad overall. Did you notice the 5+ mag quake over on the East Coast of the US a few days back….it’s hooked up with the New Madrid fault over in MO….look it up…in 1811/12 (?) it puked up the strongest earthquake ever seen in America…it rang the Liberty Bell up in Philly from So MO.
        Be careful what you wish for, our “bad on us” days are upon us now, starting…

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        • Daniel M. Camac says:

          montanamel, I hope you are accurate because I live in the southeastern PA and we haven’t had a decent snow for several years. I live for the cold winter days with lots of snow around here like we use to get when I was a kid.

          I’m circa 1957 and we had a couple doozies, one in 1966 that I really recall cuz it was on Christmas Eve. How cool could that be when you’re 9 and watching a blizzard hoping that Santa had good control of those reindeer? Haha.

          I read the Old Farmers Almanac and it is as accurate as any darn “weather forecast” from the “experts”. What a surprise! Still waiting for the 2020-2021 edition.

          I got 3 cords of dogwood, oak, maple and beech split and dry and ready for Old Man WInter. Think I should add a few more?

          I know that wouldn’t do anyone in Montana much good but some of us do try to keep the fires burning around here…..just like Sundance.

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          • geoffg12 says:

            I grew up in Princeton, NJ and we shoveled the snow off Carnegie Lake every year and skated, played ice hockey and generally frolicked all winter. 1952-1960. I don’t think the lake has frozen solid enough to skate in 40 years since.

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        • James Carpenter aka "Felix" says:

          Ahhhhh… montanamel, you too keep tabs on “variety”.
          It all matters.
          It all connects.
          Humans display the silliest hubris when they believe their powers order affairs according to desire alone.
          Me? I’m just trying to understand how and _if_ I might be able to stay in place where the Anasazi were once forced to retreat.

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        • Where does that Iceland eruption this past decade stack up?

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  16. SYFer says:

    Why is it that a guy named Sundance from a little site like CTH is pretty much the premier journalistic outlet in 2020 America? What he’s doing here in our cozy little treehouse, IMO, might well eclipse the work of many journalistic legends from a sadly bygone age.

    You sir, ARE being Andrew Breitbart. Thank you. I hope he’s watching.

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  17. OffCourseNation says:

    A 5 year old could not write a play this bad. The dog riding a unicorn ate my homework wouldn’t be this ridiculous.

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    • walt39 says:

      I sometimes try to imagine someone writing a novel encompassing the political events of the last six years or so. You couldn’t sell it and if you self-published nobody would read it. There’s too much stupidity, too many bumbling crooks in high places succeeding just because almost nobody on the Republican side cares.

      Now that I think of it, I’ve read one novel about petty thugs that struck me just like what’s going on: The author was Elmore Leonard; can’t recall the book, but I’ve never read another. Not one interesting character. By the end I just wanted them all to get Social Security and stop being characters in a novel. THIS garbage is the same except I want this bunch of characters fed through a branch chipper because this is our America and it wasn’t theirs to trash.

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      • squattybody says:

        AMEN!

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      • felipe says:

        Well, Walt, I think a good portion of the genesis material for all of this theater production was written or, at least, heavily influenced by wonder-boy, failed fiction writer: Ben Rhodes and/or the dramatic flair of the fabulist duo: Sidney Blumenthal and Cody Shearer. I see their imprint all over this stuff.

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    • JMC says:

      My homework ate the dog and is sick in bed.

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      • Fredx100 says:

        But first the dog had diarrhea all over the house and he ate the couch cushions.

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        • walt39 says:

          ” and he ate the couch cushions.” BUT the couch cushions were made of water soluble material so instead of him needing $10 worth of abdominal surgery he just had more diarrhea but he had it all in the kitchen and it smelled like strawberries so the cat ate most of it and the guy who works at the gas station slipped and fell on the cat saliva and hit his head on the gnome so my sister had to take care of him for weeks and when he was well he adopted the cat and stopped parking his car in our garage.

          The End.

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    • Mike Dennis says:

      Sadly, it will work. Look at Hillary, the most accomplished, smart and qualified woman in history got away with the “dumb broad” defense for servergate.

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  18. All Too Much says:

    I saw today’s Clinesmith news as if it was a ‘proof of life’ in hostage negotiations.
    Something done to buy additional time.

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    • threethreethreethistime says:

      this, and Barr’s sudden appearance on tick tock Hannity last night.

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    • TreeClimber says:

      Exactly. Surely this alone isn’t enough to delay Sundance when he was just saying that “they” (investigators, presumably, or prosecutors,) were asking him for more time and his unequivocal answer was no.

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      • doyouseemyvision says:

        I wonder what the objective of the delay is exactly. I hope it isn’t so the DOJ can get their PR in order. Or get security for their prosecutor. Either way, this is high stakes and we blinked.

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        • TreeClimber says:

          I’d like to think that Sundance hasn’t blinked. He did say in the previous post that he was well-aware of ongoing events. Maybe he’s in constant contact with all of them? I don’t know, but I can’t imagine him being generous with time without a very good reason.

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  19. ElTocaor says:

    Proverbs 28:25
    He that is of a proud heart stirreth up strife: but he that putteth his trust in the LORD shall be made fat.

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  20. TwoLaine says:

    Speaking of OAN and crooks, OAN has a new chapter in their series on Creepy Quid Pro Joe Biden INC and Where’s Hunter Biden. As I recall, it is a two-parter beginning tomorrow and ending Sunday (8/15-8/16). I’ll check for more details and let everyone know.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      OAN Investigates
      Biden’s Bribe Tapes Pt. 3
      Sat, 8/15
      10:00 PM – ET
      9:00 PM – CT
      8:00 PM – MT
      7:00 PM – ET

      OAN Investigates
      Biden’s Bribe Tapes Pt. 3
      Sun, 8/16
      10:00 PM – ET
      9:00 PM – CT
      8:00 PM – MT
      7:00 PM – ET

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  21. Lots of whiners hanging around all day.
    All ya’ll really SUCK!

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    • barnabusduke says:

      Glad I have company in that thought, tangled! Some folks are akin to taking a ride-along with a cop, and then complain because they don’t get to be involved in a shootout. Be careful what one asks for, your driver has this, count your blessings and hush…

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  22. GovLaw says:

    Reports are that Clinesmith’s attorney claims it wasn’t knowing and intentional, according to Sidney Powell’s tweet. Judge won’t accept that plea, if that’s true. Then what’s the point?

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    • tomluns says:

      So does the judge throw the plea out or enter a not guilty plea and set a trial date?

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    • She is saying the lawyer is lying and spinning.

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    • twohartsintx says:

      #13 on page 4 of the Information document states….
      On or about June 19, 2017 within the District of Columbia, the defendant, Kevin Clinesmith, did willfully and knowingly make and use a false writing and document knowing the same to contain materially false, fictitious, and fraudulent statement and entry in a matter before the jurisdiction of the executive branch and judicial branch of Government of the United States.

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    • DJ says:

      Well, I’m not a lawyer, but what I THINK is happening is that his lawyer is positioning Clinesmith to be on the record first in the line of deal making. The “false plea” is needed to put a stake in the ground in that regard. The fact that a judge can’t/won’t except the plea is, of course, a feature not a bug. They will now point to others above Clinesmith as the ones who are truly guilty. If they are successful at this, Clinesmith will walk.

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    • SJM says:

      Gov:
      The point is that KC knows he’s Effed and is on “Epstein Watch” !!!

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  23. Joyce M says:

    How do we fan the flames?

    I want to get to the place where Congress is asking the question, in addition to spying on the oppositions campaign and attempting to remove a duly elected sitting President, what ELSE were they gleaning illegally from the NSA databases?

    Like how many and who in government profited from knowing when companies were going to be sold, when they would fold, how hard they would be hit by things going on, such as the fake Chinese Virus.

    What ELSE were they doing with all that information? Who else was being targeted and undermined? Who was protected and who profited from inside knowledge?

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  24. Sharpshorts says:

    …and it continues…we can speculate that to avoid an indictment, Clinesmith gave up important evidence that might be important to other investigations, ie he is “co-operating”…but so far we still don’t know much more than we already did.

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  25. Tango268 says:

    By the Stone standard his sentence should be about 7-9 years.

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  26. windbag says:

    I wonder why Comey hasn’t chimed in yet? Hmmmm….

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  27. After watching above video , I am altering my prior post about this on earlier thread, it should now read. “Barr / Durham MISS a 2 inch putt “

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  28. GovLaw says:

    So he gets to make a deal to eliminate this one charge. It’s not immunity from prosecution for other crimes. Plenty of additional counts may follow.

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  29. PaulCohen says:

    Weissman lies in his usual corrupt fashion but Sidney Powell isn’t having any of it:

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  30. Rightfield says:

    I doubt there’s anyone, even those sitting at the Brennan, Lynch, Comey, Strozk defense table, deep inside the Lawfare group. Who’d believe or even suggest this minion acted, of his own volition. What I need to seem from our friends at big Justice are signed Proffer and/or Cooperation Agreement involving some one in a key position among the Secret Society.
    Some one who can prove, at the time of their criminal acts. They all knew the intelligence, the evidence was fabricated and fraudulent.
    Sacrificing this over zealous marionette then Declaring Justice and Victory. Will only embolden the Deep State.

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  31. scrap1ron says:

    Don’t allow your emotions to get the best of you.

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  32. In the Land of Poz says:

    McCabe and Strzok will be fingered criminally, Comey walks.

    McCabe with a million skeletons in his closet depended on the Deep State favor bank, and all too credible threats against underlings who would talk, for his promotion and protection. Strzok too politically stupid to have protected himself for anything like the level of exposure he faces.

    Comey the Machiavellian master manipulator just has too many damned layers of insulation around anything he touches to be hit. I hope to be wrong!

    But the biggest schadenfreude is for Asha Rangappa’s credibility being reduced below Zimbabwe currency level in 48 hours. First the Yale admissions finding by DOJ (she personally destroyed the records at the law school), then Clinesmith giving the lie to several years of her BS on how hard it was to get a FISA, the Woods procedures being a serious thing, and all the rest of that twaddle. Glorious.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      “…biggest schadenfreude is for Asha Rangappa’s credibility being reduced below Zimbabwe currency level in 48 hours. First the Yale admissions finding by DOJ (she personally destroyed the records at the law school)…”

      Who destroyed records?

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      • In the Land of Poz says:

        Asha Rangappa was admissions dean at Yale Law School. She gave the instructions to have the admission files destroyed after use. That’s the benefit of knowing how investigations work.

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        • Robert Smith says:

          The most shocking thing to me is she was a Dean at Yale Law. Yay let’s be a reporter now!

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          • In the Land of Poz says:

            Asha is a serial hack. Acting, law, play-acting as FBI agent, pseudo-academic, admissions officer, Twitter deep state shill, TV talking head. Is there anything she can’t screw up?

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            • Robert Smith says:

              They’re grooming her for a political career in the swamp.

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              • In the Land of Poz says:

                Sounds right, unfortunately. She’s been moving further and further away from real work, and the TV gigs as a “former FBI agent” are drying up. It would explain the bizarre conspiracy theory shilling she is doing on Twitter about Russian election hacks in 2020 if we don’t go to all mail-in voting.

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    • vadrandma says:

      I think that if they can nail McCabe he’ll roll on anybody and everybody.

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  33. joseywalesandtenbearsbarandgrill says:

    Sidney throwing water on that fire. She knows the deal. I assume this us why Sundance is giving them until Tuesday. Clinesmith should have been bagged 4 months back at least.

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  34. 63gordfa says:

    Today’s Clinesmith news was a 3.1 on the Richter scale according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

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  35. Arrest Soros says:

    (Read in the voice of a hockey commentator)

    We’ve all been screaming “THERE ARE SO MANY LOW HANGING FRUIT, AT LEAST CHARGE SOME OF THEM. FOR THE LOVE OF G_D, INDICT S.O.M.E.BO..DEEEEE!!!!!!!”

    The lowest of the low hanging fruit falls off the tree all by itself, rolls under Barr’s feet and stops with the stem side up.
    After some hesitation and much coaxing and cajoling by the huge crowd, Barr slowly bends down and picks up the fruit.
    THE CROWD GOES WILD. PEOPLE ARE HUGGING AND KISSING. JUMPING UP AND DOWN. TOTAL STRANGERS ARE EMBRACING EACH OTHER. HIGH FIVES ALL AROUND.

    ‘Twas a good day. ’twas a good good day.

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  36. mike parker says:

    I wonder if this was just a bone to SD to call the heat off. Also today Nunes admitted there is a 4th investigator that hadn’t been disclosed before.

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  37. Bubby says:

    Of course the DOJ sweetheart plea deal just like Wolf got?

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  38. JAS says:

    Wrong. Go back and read Sundance posts

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  39. MACAULAY says:

    The people in the FBI who were sent the “August 17, 2016 Memorandum” by the CIA should be the next ones to plead, sing, or both–or be indicted.

    I think it was a good day, and I say God Bless Sundance, and any other Patriots who are willing to put up a fight like he is.

    There is a reason to see correlation between Sundance’s efforts and DOJ action.

    Tuesday, of maybe Wednesday may well tell us more.

    For today…it was a good day, after many many days of frustration.

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    • gypsywoman246 says:

      What??? This was a Sundance plan of action 🤣😂

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    • dwpender says:

      I hope Sydney Powell is following this August 17 date carefully.

      What does Clinesmith do on the very day of this memorandum? He attends the first purportedly “defensive briefing” of candidate DJT and Flynn!

      What in the world was an FBI lawyer doing at such a briefing? Further proof that the briefing was a ruse to interrogate DJT and Flynn.

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  40. Winning says:

    It’s time to release the Kraken……

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  41. Robert Smith says:

    You would have rather there been nothing so Sundance released the whole story today? Let’s wait to see what happens Tuesday.

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  42. WhiteBoard says:

    Your effort Sundance – Forced the Truth out

    the truth that – Crossfire Hurricane was a Criminal Investigation and not a Counterintelligence Investigation like Comey testified to….

    Criminal FARA

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  43. MaineCoon says:

    Dems liars lie even when hardcore proof is available. What’s the point of tweeting this? Who is he trying to convince or fool at this point? Too late for Clinesmiths. Talking point for rest of co-conspirators?

    Here is Durham theory: even though Clinesmith gave the complete and accurate email to DOJ to use in the Page FISA, when asked by an FBI agent if the CIA had represented IN WRITING that Page was not a source, Clinesmith said yes, when CIA had not said so explicitly in writing. 1/2— Andrew Weissmann (@AWeissmann_) August 14, 2020

    https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

    Cont. re Durham: no where is it alleged that Page was in fact a CIA source or, if so, that Clinesmith knew that. How is any of this false or material to the Page FISA, using Barr's new Flynn materiality standard. It's not. Two systems of justice at play. 2/2— Andrew Weissmann (@AWeissmann_) August 14, 2020

    https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

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  44. Nigella says:

    From what I gather Clinesmith’s Lawyer was forced to try and make a “deal” with Barr because of the papers that were released by Grenell/ Radcliff implicating him?

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  45. Patience, people, patience. Willard put a dog on the roof of a Range Rover in 1983. And no one noticed that for almost 30 years. Willard said the dog “liked it” – oh, yeah, he jumped up onto the roof all the time, he LIKED the 70 mile per hour wind in his fur.

    And that little dog – wait for it — wait for it. . . . . . . was me. (:

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  46. ivehadit says:

    How does this work when the democrat national convention is going on…starts Monday and runs through Thursday….Then the following Monday is the republican conventions…

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  47. maggie0987 says:

    You again?

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  48. AustinPrisoner says:

    Even if he’s disbarred, Clinesmith will fall into a VP slot at Netflix or any tech company. No real consequences.

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  49. Daniel M. Camac says:

    I’m a firm believer in water boarding the enemy. Clinesmith is the enemy. Oh but he has legal representation? Water board them too. You’d be surprised how much info they’ll “cough up”.

    Btw- Check 6, SD.

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  50. DeWalt says:

    Folks it’s SD’s hand. He’s the one at the table. Let him play it his way.

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