Proactive Distancing – The Special Counsel Operation…

With the Clinesmith criminal information at the forefront, a reminder about the Special Counsel motives.  Again, it is important to remember the special counsel had the agenda and responsibility to carry on the resistance operation…. that was their sole function.

As a result, this is just a short article on a singular footnote within the Weissmann/Mueller Report that looks completely different in hindsight.

Kevin Clinesmith was the lead FBI lawyer during the counterintelligence operation called Crossfire Hurricane; origination date July 31st 2016. When Robert Mueller was appointed as Special Counsel (May ’17) he took over the Crossfire Hurricane investigation, adding additional DOJ lawyers to staff but retaining the FBI team which included Peter Strzok and Kevin Clinesmith.

When Kevin Clinesmith manipulated the CIA email to gain the third renewal for the Carter Page FISA (June 29, 2017) he was working on behalf of the Mueller investigation.

Clinesmith was removed from the special counsel team in February 2018 after his biased texts were identified by the inspector general. Clinesmith resigned in/around September 2019 “after the inspector general’s team interviewed him.” (link) Not coincidentally that Sept ’19 exit timeline aligns with the first notification to FISC Judge Collyer. (link)

Obviously, special counsel Robert Mueller would know the issues regarding Clinesmith prior to removing him in February 2018; and well in advance of his report published in March 2019.

Now… take a look at footnote #1, of page 13 from Mueller’s report:

From fn 1:

“¹FBI personnel assigned to the Special Counsel’s Office were required to adhere to all applicable federal law and all Department and FBI regulations, guidelines, and policies.”

An FBI attorney worked on FBI-related matters for the Office, such as FBI compliance with all FBI policies and procedures, including the FBI’s Domestic Investigations and Operations Guide (DOIG). That FBI attorney worked under FBI legal supervision, not the Special Counsel’s supervision.”

Tell me that isn’t a big flashing CYA footnote from the Special Counsel – going out of their way to proactively state that FBI attorney Kevin Clinesmith worked under FBI legal supervision, not the Special Counsel’s supervision?

It seems clear in hindsight that Weissmann and Mueller knew the FBI misconduct that was likely to surface, as it has; so they made sure to position blame on FBI Director Chris Wray and FBI Legal Counsel Dana Boente back in March 2019.

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761 Responses to Proactive Distancing – The Special Counsel Operation…

  1. wxobserver says:

    See this article from Just The News:

    https://justthenews.com/accountability/russia-and-ukraine-scandals/bringing-first-russiagate-charge-durham-hints-other

    It’s pointed out that the FBI failed to reveal it’s knowledge of Carter Page’s white hat status with the CIA in the first FISA warrant application and the first two renewals. From the Criminal Information document:

    On Aug 17, 2016, prior to the approval of FISA #1, the OGA (CIA) provided certain members of the Crossfire Hurricane team a memorandum indicating that Individual #1 (Page) had been approved as an operational contact for the OGA (CIA) from 2008 to 2013 and detailing information that Individual #1 (Page) had provided to the OGA (CIA) concerning Individual #1’s prior contacts with certain Russian intelligence officers. The first three FISA applications did not include Individual #1’s history or status with the OGA (CIA).

    This makes the first three FISA warrants invalid and I believe the third and final renewal has also been found invalid (is that right?). That would make everything obtained under the Page FISA warrants poisonous fruit. It adds gravity to SD’s reasoning about the FISC demand that all information collected under the Page FISA warrant be sequestered.

    Perhaps a lawyer could confirm this: I think there’s a “hop” rule in play here. Any evidence that was discovered as a result of the poisonous fruit is also poisonous.

    This could potentially invalidate Flynn, Manafort and/or Stone convictions. I stress, potentially. This idea needs the informed opinion of a lawyer but if correct, this could be another major development.

    Notice above that it says “ the OGA (CIA) provided certain members of the Crossfire Hurricane team a memorandum“. Thats “members” plural. If more than one of them knew this and failed to include it in the FISA warrant application, it could lead to a conspiracy charge. Clinesmith would have the knowledge to testify to conspiracy, if he’s cooperating.

    Will the Durham probe go there? Is there going to be another big reveal on Tuesday? We seem to be living in interesting times.

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    • Rick says:

      On Fruit of the poisonous tree, as soon as the SHTF, Manifort’s conviction should be removed, along with every single case prosecuted by the SC.

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      • doyouseemyvision says:

        It is only fruit of the poisonous tree if DOJ deems it so. Or possibly a judge. That would take ginormous nads from someone.

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        • JWC says:

          …or We The People. Seriously, don’t you think we hold all of the power? Tuesday will be a great day for The Big Reveal. I’m looking forward to the collective DNC whoosh as all of the air escapes their gaping rotten mouths. End the lies. What better time than when their chief propagandists have the spotlight! As the President said Barr has an opportunity to go down in history as the greatest AG of all time or to fade into mediocrity.

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      • twohartsintx says:

        I believe Manifort’s charges were for things that happened several years ago. The DOJ had considered charging him then, but changed their minds. The SC did not collect any new information to prosecute Manifort, they just used old information from an old case file. He probably was guilty of it, but others have done the same and not been charged. The SC was hoping that Manifort would make up lies about Trump, but he didn’t so they continued with the prosecution. I believe he is now on home confinement due to Covid-19. His probably won’t be thrown out, but it does make him a good candidate for commutation or a pardon.

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        • jeff montanye says:

          sounds convincing.

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        • glenndc says:

          partners manafort (Podesta, etc.) not even questionned? RUFKM? Don’t mean to be rude

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          • twohartsintx says:

            Podesta!!!! When I was writing my comment I couldn’t remember his name so I just said “others” Thank you glenndc.

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            • jediphantom says:

              Paul and John Podesta’s brother Tony worked together on behalf of “THE PARTY OF REGIONS” in…..in…..UKRAINE. That particular political group happened to be PRO-PUTIN…PRO-RUSSIA. Members of “THE PARTY OF REGIONS” in good standing, although RUSSIANS…….OLEG DERIPASKA and KONSTANTIN KILLIMNIK. Both have ties to the U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT as well.

              No doubt Pauls work in UKRAINE was “TRADE CRAFTED” into the infamous “BLACK LEDGER” that Miss “DROP THE CHALUPA” working for the CLINTON RUN DNC, acquired from UKRAINIAN SOURCES. Interesting side note: 3 weeks after Pauls transfer to RIKERS ISLAND was intercepted by the DOJ and stopped, an acquaintance of his via the PODESTA BROTHERS, was arrested. EPSTEIN.

              The dark thread of “SPOOK INC”. runs right through SPYGATE & PEDOGATE.

              JOHN PODESTA WAS CLINTON’S CAMPAIGN MANAGER AND LONG TIME “BEACH FRIEND”.

              DEPLORABLE JEDI.

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      • Blasater says:

        100% on the mark.

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      • Elvis Chupacabra says:

        Hey, at what point do we get to apply RICO statutes to the F.B.I.? I’d love to see some of the people innocently railroaded by Weismann, Mueller, Comey and the rest show up in black windbreakers with “Deplorable” on the back and hand-cuff the entire leadership of the agency. Perp-walk ’em over broken glass barefooted.

        The F.B.I. needs to be dissolved as it is. Originally, it was the Bureau of Investigation, whose job it was to investigate government offices for corruption. Their agents could no be armed. Then, a new director, a kid named Hoover wrangled his way into the investigation of the wholesale murder of Osage Indians in Oklahoma (Federal Land). After a lackluster “crimebusting” by these Federal lawmen, where all of the perpetrators either went free of got hand-slap sentences, this Hoover kid worked a whole different version of the truth into incredible publicity and Congressional support. Voila! We got Hoover and a renamed agency, the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Except for their crime lab, which sets the standard, look at the agency’s history of shooting itself in the foot. Hell, they got tipped twice that Nick Cruz was going to shoot up his school, but they couldn’t locate him! When the kid finally acted, it took the media 5-seconds to look on Fascbook [sic] to find him! Of course, at the time they were tirelessly expending their resources and energy to get rid of the duly-elected president of the United States of America!

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        • Jim says:

          The FBI crime lab is certainly no “standard”, they lied and covered up that no residue samples were used to determine that ANFO was used at the Murrah building in OKC, they instead used a speculative “velocity of detonation” to determine it was ammonium nitrate fertilizer and diesel fuel that caused the blast, as found on FARMER Terry Nichols’ FARM! Please research Frederic Whitehurst and his attempts to tell the truth to the DOJ IG.

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    • ToolsforLiberty says:

      Interesting indeed, but at every turn, regardless of how openly blatant the power players were in their conspiratorial actions throughout their plotting and acting out their attempted coup. I keep hearing Barr and others keep saying things like, “regardless of how obvious their actions were to many of us, it’s incredibly difficult to prove the intent of their actions”. They keep dropping hints that nobody who should be helped accountable will be held accountable. I’ve always understood that if I were to break the law, knowingly or unknowingly, willingly or unwillingly thag “intent” did not matter. Why am I getting the feeling that Clinesmith (who brokered a deal before he was indicted) and likely 1 or 2 other people will be the ones who end up getting thrown under the bus while Comey, Brennan, Yates, Rice, Lynch et.al will all walk?

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      • 1nikao says:

        If justice isn’t being served by the politicians at US the Department of Justice, does that mean justice can be served by the US electorate who decided the election in 2016?
        ‘Cause I kinda think that’s what they want us to do.

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      • Judy says:

        Barr said in a recent interview that he had to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt to convict someone. Apparently he hasn’t except in Kevin Clinesmith’s indictment. I thought proving motive wasn’t necessary in a legal case if you have proof of guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.
        I think Barr threw CTH a bone on Friday with Kevin Clinesmith’s indictment. I think God has a steak for CTH.

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    • Papoose2007 says:

      “Intent” the new normal for traitorous swamp excuse for criminal wrong doing …stage left.

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    • exdemocrat says:

      Agreed, wxo. Another question is: WHY did the CIA write that August 17, 2016, memo, and WHY did they give it to CH? Was this prompted by an inquiry from the CH “members”? If so, what – specifically – was the pretext for that inquiry?
      And, of course, if the FBI genuinely came to the conclusion that an individual the CIA believed was its asset was actually a Russian spy, shouldn’t/wouldn’t they have mentioned that to CIA??

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    • clive hoskin says:

      He’s only small fry.When do the hangings start?

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    • chadchal says:

      Someone please explain to me why “ignorance of the law” is not a defense, bu “intent” is?

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  2. rayvandune says:

    Steps must be taken to ensure that the American public understands the true scope of the FBI et al’s criminal behavior: that Clinesmith and his witting accomplices enabled the violation of the civil rights of hundreds of Americans associated with President Trump’s campaign, not just Carter Page. Until that message about the awesome power and scope of the intelligence tools that were illegally used, it is easy for the media to trivialize the crimes that were committed.

    They are already doing just that. I heard from a liberal friend that the FBI “only” spied on Carter Page, and “only” after he left the Trump campaign! Anyone reading here knows how disingenuous such claims are, but unfortunately, to the majority of average Americans they sound plausible.

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    • Will Clinesmith be forced to forfeit his law license? If not, it’s all a sham.

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      • sarasotosfan says:

        Golden, he is a long way from sentencing. And Bar Associations are notoriously slow at taking any action without prompting from the court.

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        • goldenhurricane70 says:

          Yes, SF…I understand these things. I am simply pointing out a long term decision that SHOULD BE MADE. If not, who really wins? But you are right to make these distinctions.
          Enjoy the day!

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        • California Joe says:

          President Trump said that the walls in the White House were alive as he left for Bedminster NJ! I can’t imagine what surprises were found there. LOL

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          • Issy says:

            California Joe: I can just imagine. It was certainly fortuitous that the long-delayed “repairs” were made at the White House before Trump fully moved in.

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        • California Joe says:

          Being that Clinesmith is White, a male and an FBI Offical who falsified evidence going to a Federal Judge to obtain a warrant I’d say he’s toast even if he’s gay which appears likely otherwise why would the FBI have hired him???

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          • mimbler says:

            Nope, he’s anti Trump, nothing else matters. Any lib da or judge will protect him.

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          • sarasotosfan says:

            We may learn he was from Day 1 working on the shady side of the street and by the time he falsified that email he was already beyond redemption. He had a legitimate reason to cry when Hillary lost.

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      • Judy says:

        I am wondering what his sentence will be. Maybe he’ll be retrained and return to the ranks of the FBI. He’ll probably get a promotion.

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      • Elvis Chupacabra says:

        If he loses his license to steal (i.e. law license), the guy will get a no-show job at Google, Fascbook [sic], a D,C. NGO or at a Soros “Foundation”. The Left is pure, organized crime. They reward their “soldiers” who get caught. Who remembers that ol’ Vernon Jordan had some of the jobs lined up for Monica Lewinsky? It’s what they do!

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    • DefenderOfTroyDonahue says:

      In a way it’s understandable why even honest people would think that Page was the only person who was spied on. Why? Because no one has ever publicly revealed exactly what was done after the warrants were approved.

      I’ve been pulling my hair out for three years in frustration because we never get any info on what the coup plotters actually did. Did they tap President Trump? His family? His advisors? His office? His homes? Their offices? Their homes? Phones? Computers? Whereabouts? And what did they do with all that information? How widely was it disseminated?

      Will anyone ever answer those questions?

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      • sarasotosfan says:

        In May 2017 Trump said his phones were tapped. There is no reason to believe the surveillance was limited to phones.

        Additionally, they had human sources within the administration.

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        • Reaganite says:

          “EVERYBODY KNOWS” about the 2-hop rule,
          but US Pravda Media pretends it doesn’t know.
          Therefore it doesn’t mention. Or ask the obvious questions
          any fifth grader would ask, and CTHers have been
          asking for years.

          Any real reporter would be demanding Obama on down
          if he’d say under toath didn’t use 2-hop to snoop Trump and
          everybody else he/they didn’t like….

          But running Obamagate, Spygate, and etc.
          means never having to say you’re sorry…
          Or even answer obvious questions.
          Instead Coupsters get book deals and
          gigs teaching ethics to so-criminals-in-training.

          Meanwhile, PDJT & co. WORK for a living-
          and take hostile questions for breakfast.

          Sundance for FBI director, Sidney Powell for AG.
          MAGA 2020.

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        • California Joe says:

          President Trump said that the walls in the White House were alive as he left for Bedminster NJ! I can’t imagine what surprises were found there. LOL

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      • I keep thinking about all the people whose personal information was collected, viewed and disseminated by the DOJ/FBI in violation of the Constitution. If the names are not made public they will never have the ability to seek redress against the government for violating their rights.

        This goes way beyond just the CH/Spygate issue. 85% of the searches by contractors were illegal.

        Cute trick. Refuse to release the names so the government cannot be held liable for the government’s illegal activities.

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      • ssbishop says:

        While we’re are at it, for some strange reason I’m still wondering who leaked the transcript of Trump’s first phone call with the Australian prime minister. Has this ever been revealed?

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      • Snellvillebob says:

        I remember back when 2017 when Fusion GPS first got in the news and their bank records were subpoenaed. They went into a panic pleading that only the ones having to do with the dossier could be subpoenaed. At the time I thought they were trying to hide checks from Hillary and associates but soon realized they were selling NSA database searches to the wealthy. Being an honest person, I did not think of them collecting insider information for stock traders.

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    • The American people also need to understand why the rank and file in the FBI blew no whistles. Someone up or down the ladder should have put it all on the line and squealed like a proverbial pig. None. Nada. Zip. Other organizations have been dissolved for far less.

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      • ann says:

        Yes Steve.

        That the organizations in control of federal ustiice, counterintelligence, domestic security are left intact tells me the welfare of our country is immaterial to the institution and its leaders, Retaining power is.

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      • old deplorable owl says:

        Steve, not long after this started to leak out, 4 (IIRC) lower-level FBI whistleblowers DID come forward. Their mistake was in taking their information to SSCI. They were told that if they said another word publicly, they, their families and progeny would disappear forever. They shut up. There was a little bit about it on some news outlets for about four hours, I think one of them even talked to a reporter briefly about it, then it all went down the rabbit hole. Never happened!
        I never heard their names, would be interesting to know if they’re even alive……

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    • WhiteBoard says:

      And this was only AFTER they were FORCED to do LEGAL SURVEILLANCE.

      prior to this – they were letting contractors EXPORT NSA data for political opposition research –

      Nellie Ohr carried the dossier to her husband at the DOJ –

      Warner was contracted to make Steele own the authorship of it to HIDE CONTRACTOR USE

      3.17.17 they got caught – cause prior to that it was a NSA database issue with contractors and Comeys memo to let them – Now its abuse of color of law. also!

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      • twohartsintx says:

        Is THAT what the texts from Warner were all about???? I never really understood that was what was going on. I just thought it showed Warner for the deceitful creep he was when he didn’t want a paper trail.

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  3. corvairfan says:

    In my opinion, this can only be taken as positive news. A guy like Clinesmith would never have pleaded guilty, ruining his life, unless he were under tremendous pressure. Now the question is, did the pressure come from Durham’s team (my guess), or did it come from the Weissman/Mueller/Deep State team, that needs a sacrificial lamb? Or it could be some combination of both, where Durham is colluding with the Deep Statists, but I doubt that.

    This isn’t a process crime, this isn’t the same as Wolfe deal, it’s a huge admission of illegitimacy from the cabal. It is an admission that yes, their investigation of Trump was illegal. Notice the silence from Comey, McCabe, Stryzk and Lisa Page? Why aren’t they jumping up and down disputing Clinesmith?

    Even Weissman is reduced to weakly bleating “what’s the difference in Flynn’s lie and Clinesmith’s lie??” Where’s the righteous indignation and defense of the integrity of their investigation by Mueller, Comey, McCabe et al?

    Why isn’t Obama tweeting support for Clinesmith and attacking Barr/Durham for going after poor Mr Clinesmith?
    Instead, crickets chirping. Why?

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  4. ajshu says:

    This directly implicates Christopher Wray in the conspiracy. May vultures pick at his rancid corpse. I can’t help it, I have a visceral hatred of the man. I hate duplicitous villains.

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    • Matthew LeBlanc says:

      You are not alone

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      • ILOT says:

        I have little doubt they anticipated this and are working feverishly to provide cover. The one factor they didn’t anticipate is the SD sunlight factor. Doubtful there is much if any coincidence in timing but it certainly would complicate their timing. I’m with you both aj and matt, now is the perfect time to remove wray —- and insert Ric Grenell as interim.

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    • Deaconalso says:

      They all need to know if the In-Justice Department lets them off without severe sentences, WE THE PEOPLE will be following up with some “SETH RICHING” of our own!

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  5. Right to reply says:

    Brennan story 2013 https://www.cnbc.com/id/100440555

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  6. gpatriae says:

    Yawn…

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  7. ajshu says:

    Why hasn’t anyone focused on Chief Justice Roberts involvement in all this? The FISA court is under his supervision, hence, he bares seminal responsibility for approving all these fake warrants. Perhaps, the FISA court was not, in fact, duped, but complicit in these warrants. We even have a text from Stroke, talking about a personal relationship he has with a FISA court judge who he thinks will approve these bogus warrants.

    Chief Justice Roberts has outed his bias against President Trump so why is it beyond the pale to acknowledge that he is a player in this conspiracy himself? Some food for thought…

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      What is amazing to me is we have…..

      1) The registered WB who actually did the spying via the Hammer Program say they/he spied on the Supreme Court Justice and 156 other judges

      2) AND then in Aug 2015 gives the FIB 47 hard drives with over 600M records of information gathered

      3) And then a 6 month audit of NSA Contractor searches via Adm Rodgers and Judge Collyer that prove 85% of these searches were illegal

      And yet NO ONE in the DOJ including Durham or Barr seem to care about the possibility that a Supreme Court Justice was spied upon.

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  8. wxobserver says:

    Here’s an interesting analysis on the Clinesmith indictment by a retired naval intelligence officer. Take it for whatever it’s worth.

    https://libertyunyielding.com/2020/08/14/as-durham-starts-his-clock-on-spygate-cnn-clarifies-what-that-intel-assessment-on-2020-election-interference-was-for/

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  9. MLK says:

    I mentioned in a previous thread that the Clinesmith indictment indicates that Crossfire Hurricane was opened on July 31, 2016, AS A FARA INVESTIGATION (see background #2).

    Who, you might wonder, was head of DOJ’s FARA unit during this period? None other than JOHN C. DEMERS.

    https://www.justice.gov/nsd-fara

    In fact, it was Demers who announced that Van Grack was his replacement:

    In March, a prosecutor who had been detailed to the Mueller team was tapped to lead the department’s FARA enforcement unit:

    https://news.bloomberglaw.com/us-law-week/ex-mueller-prosecutor-to-lead-dojs-foreign-agent-crackdown-1

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    • MLK says:

      It sure looks as FARA was the pretext for opening Crossfire Hurricane and then SIM was added in the EC.

      Though one wonders how in the world the malefactors are explaining this in footnote 174:

      The DIOG requires that the least intrusive means or method be considered and-if reasonable based upon the circumstances of the investigation-used to obtain intelligence or evidence in lieu of a more intrusive method. The concept of least intrusive method applies to the collection of all information.

      This from page 57 of the IG report:

      “The opening EC describing the predication for Crossfire Hurricane relied exclusively on Papadopoulos’s statements to the FFG in the FFG information.”

      “Crossfire Hurricane was opened by CD and was assigned a case number used by the FBI for possible violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA)”

      “The opening EC also designated Crossfire Hurricane as a “sensitive investigative matter,” or SIM . . .”

      And the footnote on the same page:

      “170 We have previously found differing understandings between FBI agents and federal prosecutors and NSD officials about the intent of FARA as well as what constitutes a “FARA case”

      There’s more relevant on 57-58 here:

      Click to access 120919-examination.pdf

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      • gsonFIT says:

        Great post. Something dawned on me today. What if DOJ /NSD was doing one investigation referred from SDNY bharara , and the FBI was doing another from Washington Field Office. And neither group knew what the other was doing?

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  10. numbersixdance says:

    Two observations…
    1. Do not wear a striped shirt with a striped suit…bad look and alerts people to know that you are not as sophisticated and experienced as you think you are.
    2. You knew you were hung out to dry when you saw the footnote…you were being used and I’m sure you were brought into the cabal with a lot of back slapping, Viva la Resistance, Let’s get Trump etc. You thought they were you’re friends and they totally F’d you in the end with your inexperience and wanting to be “part of the big group”. And you finally figured it out.
    Hope you sing like a bird…those that deceived you need to face the music.

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  11. deeperinfo says:

    Was CrowdStrike an abusive NSA Contractor as well as the “investigator” of the DNC leak?

    Clinesmith details
    https://www.redstate.com/michael_thau/2020/08/14/897459/

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  12. Curt says:

    Clinesmith was a slam dunk prosecution! He was caught red handed falsifying court documents. Give me a break! This little white leftist terd is either spilling out his guts or he’s been give a sweetheart deal just like Wolfe. This is a prosecution that should have happened at least a year ago. The “Viva la Resistance” traitor should get 20 years in federal prison. Isn’t it an incredible comparison how Roger Stone was taken down by many gun wielding FBI A-wholes while being filmed by CNN lackeys. He was given a harsh sentence for a minor offense; but the elites get treated like babies in distress. America has lost its way. This needs to be righted. Christopher Wray is in this up to the top his empty suit. This guy is a weasel of the highest order…..

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    • rpcoastie says:

      I’m not sure that Roger Stone even committed a minor offense since the FBI and DOJ knew two years before Stone was charged that the Steele Dossier was a hoax and there was never any Russian collusion by anyone on the Trump campaign!

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  13. litenmaus says:

    Have charges been made against Kevin Clinesmith for his participation in framing George Papadopoulos?

    https://www.lancerreport.com/2020/05/25/knowingly-committed-crimes-kevin-clinesmith-lied-and-george-papadopoulos-paid-the-price/

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    • Judy says:

      I was under the impression that Papadopoulos was planted by the FBI and they turned it around on him. Didn’t he frequently try to tempt the Trump campaign officials with info from Russian officials?
      Someone please set me straight if I am wrong.

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  14. maxxheadroom777 says:

    I cannot say how important the information in this vid might be: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HFxVvrXjCg&feature=emb_title The vid was produced by a woman named Millie Weaver. According to the report at zerohedge where the link was post early in the day of 15August2020, Millie Weaver was arrested after posting the vid at youtube: https://www.zerohedge.com/political/conservative-journalist-arrested-jailed-ahead-shadowgate-documentary-release
    I watched the entire vid. It scoops damn-near anything I have ever seen, heard or read about the depth of interlocked corruption & deception now at work against We The People in the Swamp.

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  15. dave casper says:

    Go to banned videos and watch shadow gate. wow. combine that with Sundance and it’s all coming out now. The truth shall set us free.

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  16. gsonFIT says:

    I think Peter Strzok was acting as CIA for the most part and much of what he was doing was manipulating Lisa Page and her relationship with with Andrew McCabe. How did Strzok and Page breakup?

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    • hokkoda says:

      IIRC, Strzok’s wife found texts between him and Page and reported it to someone (@FBI I think). That’s when things started to unravel. Though my memory could be wrong…

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      • gsonFIT says:

        I recall, but was wondering if there was any drama coincidentally or prior. Certainly there was but is it documented in anyway. I do not believe they speak now

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        • hokkoda says:

          No idea. I’ve always laughed that this clown was in charge of counterintelligence at the FBI. He not only broke basically Rule #1: don’t have an affair, he couldn’t figure out that setting up a covert email system to evade government oversight is a very efficient way to steal and share government secrets. Strzok is a sick joke.

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        • gsonFIT says:

          “Please don’t ever text me again”
          Lisa Page, June 23, 2017

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  17. maxxheadroom777 says:

    I cannot say how important the information in this vid might be but it seems very important to me: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HFxVvrXjCg&feature=emb_title

    The vid was produced by a woman named Millie Weaver. According to the report at zerohedge (where the link was post early in the day of 15August2020) Millie Weaver was arrested after posting the vid at youtube: https://www.zerohedge.com/political/conservative-journalist-arrested-jailed-ahead-shadowgate-documentary-release

    I watched the entire vid. In my opinion Millie Weaver peels back a lot of layers and reveals even more about cosseted luxurious interlocked corruption & deception at work against We The People. Crooked high-dollar lawyers are shock troops of U.S. government “contractors” who pay top dollar to keep their names out of the news.

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  18. stella says:

    Elvis! What a nice surprise. Welcome back.

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  19. Cocoon says:

    James Comey, McCabe, Page and Strzok all very twitter quiet over the last few weeks?
    No entries?
    May be the best barometer of things to come.

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  20. The Raven says:

    And the punishment should be the removal of Democrat candidates from the next three elections.

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  21. gsonFIT says:

    Here is another Carter Page video. Tried to edit out Lindsey at the beginning. Carter Page refers to a meeting in January 2015. This was with Eric Holder, Preet Bharara and John Carlin (NSD) and he is asked to lie in a case he was working on in NY, but also “another case”. I believe the other case is Prevezon which was raided by William Browder. Prevezon is also the case that the Russian Attorney Veselnitskya was involved in and met with Trump Jr to discuss.

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