Sidney Powell Discusses Special Counsel Role in Continuing Corrupt DOJ and FBI Effort….

Michael Flynn’s defense attorney Sidney Powell appears with Liz MacDonald to discuss the ongoing corrupt evidence surfacing against a variety of DOJ and FBI officials to include the special counsel effort to scrub their phone records.

Within the interview Ms. Powell highlights the arc of the investigative effort from the origin of ‘Spygate’ through the term of the special counsel led by Andrew Weissmann, and into the Senate effort to cloud and conceal their own participation.  WATCH:


We at CTH are not going to let this issue go, regardless of whether Bill Barr, John Durham or Bill Aldenberg take direct action to address it.

Newly released records [SEE HERE] from a FOIA show the Weissmann/Mueller special counsel team “accidentally” wiped at least 27 iPhones of data early in 2018.  Curiously timed at the same time the special counsel was attempting to cover for their coordination with the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence and Vice-Chairman Mark Warner.

Mueller’s lead investigator Andrew Weissmann accidentally wiped two phones himself; through a lengthy process of entering the wrong passcode several times over a period of three hours; removing data to show his activity during the special counsel. Weissmann claimed to have entered the wrong password (takes ten attempts) and that erased all the data. Greg Andre, a former deputy assistant attorney general in the Justice Department’s criminal division, made the same claim.

Wiping your phone to hide damaging information only works if the other phone you are communicating with wipes the same data. Guess what happened? Yup, exactly that.

James Quarles III who worked with Mueller in private practice at the Washington office of Wilmer-Hale, claimed his iPhone magically erased itself.

Before joining the special counsel team Rush Atkinson worked under Andrew Weissmann in the DOJ’s criminal fraud section where he specialized in financial fraud. Atkinson claims he too entered the wrong password ten times and accidentally erased all the data.

At least twelve other people assigned to the special counsel investigation had similar “phone wiped/erased” issues which blocked the inspector general from his review.

One “accidental” method used repeatedly was to place the iPhone in airplane mode and then lock it without providing the password. Retrieval attempts then erased all data, and returned to factory settings after unsuccessful passcode entries.

[PDF Link Available Here]

As we have previously mentioned the two-year Weissmann/Mueller special counsel, May 2017 through April 2019, was a continuum of the corrupt DOJ and FBI efforts that originated prior to the 2016 election. Many of the internal FBI and DOJ officials just transferred from the Clinton email investigation, into the Crossfire Hurricane investigation, and then into the Weissmann/Mueller special counsel investigation.

The corrupt activity within the special counsel tenure was actually worse than the corrupt activity that preceded it.

To give you an idea how difficult it is to wipe the iPhone, watch this video.

This was not done “accidentally”:


After the reports of the phone wiping surfaced the republican led Senate Intelligence Committee (SSCI) refused to provide documents to republican senators from their Russia investigation. Citing archaic justification within senate parliamentary rules current Chairman Marco Rubio (R) and Vice-Chairman Mark Warner are refusing to allow Senator Johnson and Senator Grassley to review the evidence the SSCI assembled to create their report on Russian election interference.

The reason and motives for the denial are simple, yet the majority of Americans have no idea…. The SSCI was the legislative entity, both republicans and democrats, who participated in the unlawful effort to remove President Trump from office. The risk of exposure is exactly why Mitch McConnell put Senator Marco Rubio on the committee as chairman to replace Richard Burr. The Senate was participating in the soft-coup.

WASHINGTON DCThe Republican and Democratic leaders on the Senate Intelligence Committee rejected a broad request from two Republican Senate leaders seeking access to the panel’s records to assist in their investigation into the Trump-Russia investigators.

Acting Chairman Marco Rubio of Florida and Vice Chairman Mark Warner of Virginia rejected a late August letter from Senate Homeland Security Chairman Ron Johnson of Wisconsin and Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley of Iowa, who said that they “respect the authority” of the Senate Intelligence Committee to protect its interests, adding that “ultimately, we have the right as United States Senators” to access the records.

“We note that your request of the Committee is made pursuant to Senate Rule 26, but fails to account for the unique authorities and obligations invested in this Committee through Senate Resolution 400 and respected over decades of Senate and Committee practice,” Rubio and Warner responded. “Accordingly, we must reject the absolutist interpretation of Rule 26 that you propose. If this Committee elects to share materials that it has collected and generated in the course of its investigation into Russia’s efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election, it will do so pursuant to these long-standing Committee rules, and specifically, the joint agreement of the Chairman and the Vice Chairman.”

Rubio and Warner added: “Independent of whether that agreement is forthcoming, our position on this matter obviously does not preclude you from pursuing your own investigation, using your own authorities, as you see fit, within the confines of your committees’ jurisdictions.” (read more)

I cannot overemphasize the importance of this sunlight avoidance enough.

Back on March 17, 2017, the SSCI secretly received the FISA application used on Carter Page from FBI supervisory special agent Brian Dugan. The ‘review and return’ application was delivered to Senate Security Director James Wolfe, who then placed it in the Senate SCIF to be reviewed by Vice-Chairman Mark Warner (and possibly Chairman Richard Burr). It appears no other senators were informed of this production.

James Wolfe then leaked the FISA application to reporter Ali Watkins. All indications are that Wolfe leaked the application to Watkins as directed by Warner, possibly with Burr’s full knowledge.

FBI Agent Brian Dugan then completed a nine-month leak investigation resulting in James Wolfe admitting to the leak. The leak was Dugan’s FBI equity. Due to the severity of the leak; and specifically because the leak encompassed the FISA application; in/around mid-January 2018 the special counsel in Main Justice was notified of Dugan’s findings and the investigative file was shared with the Weissmann team.

The Weissman team then took apart the investigative file and began running cover for the corrupt background story that included the participation by Senator Mark Warner. Part of that file surfaced when the text messages between Warner and Chris Steele’s lawyer Adam Waldman were made public on Feb 9, 2018.

In a pre-planned operation, as soon as the explosive Warner/Waldman texts were released Senator Marco Rubio rushed to the microphones to fraudulently state that Warner had informed the committee during his early spring (2017) contacts with Waldman and Chris Steele. This claim by Rubio was a lie. Rubio was running cover for Warner as part of his own affiliation with the origin of the Fusion-GPS opposition research and the subsequent transfer of information to the Clinton campaign and ultimately through Chris Steele to the corrupt FBI investigative unit. [Later to the Weissmann/Mueller crew]

Rubio’s motive to downplay the ramifications of the Warner effort, and the subsequent Wolfe leak, directly ties to his own involvement with the Fusion-GPS effort. Remember, at the time of this obfuscation (late ’17 and early ’18) no-one yet knew the Fusion-GPS fraudulent story (which became the Steele dossier) was originally funded by the Super-PAC funding the Rubio campaign.

Go look at when the Weissmann/Mueller special counsel deleted their iPhone records and history. The scrubbing took place mid-January 2018 as soon as they realized the previously unknown leak investigation by Washington Field Office FBI agent Brian Dugan had bumped into the special counsel operation that was coordinating with the SSCI.

The special counsel warned Warner; took action to remove specific evidence assembled by Dugan (which included the Warner/Waldman text messages); created a fictitious cover story for the SSCI to use; extracted the Dugan version of the FISA application he used to catch Wolfe (which they later released under the guise of FOIA); then sent a deconstructed (now useless) investigative file back to DC USAO Jessie Liu who had nothing left except to present a DC grand jury with James Wolfe lying to investigators.

That corrupt, unlawful and coordinated cover-up effort lies at the heart of why the SSCI will not share any information with GOP senators today.

Senators Johnson and Grassley were asking for the FISA application in 2018, not knowing the original and first renewal were previously provided to the SSCI on March 17, 2017.

When congress (House Intel, House Judiciary, Senate Judiciary and Senate Homeland Security) were writing to FISA Court presiding judge Rosemary Collyer seeking a copy of the FISA application from the court they had no idea one early copy was already provided to the Senate Intelligence Committee. Chairman Burr and Vice-Chair Warner kept their review and use secret; but the information about their reception came out because James Wolfe leaked it and FBI agent Brian Dugan was awaiting that leak.

FISA Judge Rosemary Collyer never told any of the chairmen about the March 2017 copy of the application that was provided to Brian Dugan to deliver to the SSCI.

Throughout the attempt to remove President Trump from office, which included the impeachment effort, the SSCI was participating and assisting; now they are in cover-up mode. That’s the reason why Mitch McConnell put Marco Rubio in charge of that committee.

There’s a reason why senior staff from Senator Ron Johnson’s committee and senior staff from Chuck Grassley’s committee are asking for SSCI documents. It might not come out before the election, but it will come out…

BACKSTORY: (Read Here – and All Citations)

The sequence is critical:

1. Adam Waldman text messages. (release date Feb 9, 2018)

2. Justice Dept. Letter to journalist Ali Watkins (release date Feb 13, 2018)

3. James Wolfe indictment (release date June 8, 2018)

4. FISC / Senate Judiciary Letter (public release April, 2020 – event date July 12, 2018) The letter from DOJ-NSD (Mueller Special Proseuctors) to the FISC is important.

5. Carter Page FISA application (release date July 21, 2018) Only need the first application section. 83 pages of original application.

6. Government Sentencing Wolfe Case memo and recommendation for upward departure and/or variance. Filed December 11, 2018

7. Govt. Reply to Defendant (Wolfe) sentencing memo (date Dec 14, 2018) Govt. Exhibit #13 (two page attestation is critical).


July 27, 2018, – Wall Street Journal – Wolfe lawyers threaten SSCI subpoenas.

Dec 11, 2018 – Politico – Senators seek Leniency:


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244 Responses to Sidney Powell Discusses Special Counsel Role in Continuing Corrupt DOJ and FBI Effort….

  1. Perot Conservative says:

    There have to be electronic copies of Dugan’s file somewhere.

    No lawyer here. But I believe according to Shipwreckedcrew, there are limitations / statutes / hoops to jump through – in order to obtain information from the NSA database.


    • Dim Osmab says:

      Shipwreckedcrew is fraud, i wouldn’t trust him


    • richard verney says:

      I am not an expert on computers, but I have always understood that it is not at all easy to erase data on a chip. When you delete a file, the file still exists, it is just that the access link to the file is disabled, so it appears that the file on longer exists, but in truth, it is only because it cannot be directly accessed.

      My understanding that data on a chip is not erased until it is over written with new data, and even then it is possible to retrieve the old data. The infamous bleach bit cleaner of HRC fame works by over writting all data on a chip with random new data. And to be really effective, it does not do this just once, but a dozen or more times. It asks yhe user how many times they wish the data to be over written giving a security estimate depending upon the number of times the data is being over written.

      The upshot of what I am saying is that if the phones were given to the FBI/CIA/DOD experts in computers they could probably retrieve everything that was on the phone because I do not believe that a simple restoring to factory settings effectively erases data on the phone by over writing the data dozens of times.

      The Deep State are playing games when they suggest that this data is lost forever. Durham shouldget these phones checked out by experts, and I am confident that he could then discover what teh SCO wanted to keep hidden from review/investigation.

      Liked by 15 people

      • Aeyrie says:

        Not necessary, Richard. StellarWind can be, and probably already has been, used to retrieve the data on all those phones. Data NEVER disappears forever. (Take note Treepers!) Here is a link to more info on StellarWind and some other related gov’t surveillance capabilities if you are interested:


        • Linda K. says:

          So Aeyrie, the crime is in erasing their phones from casual inspection. This shows guilt, If an investigator looks for the information he can find it on StellarWind?

          Liked by 1 person

      • Mimi says:

        Bill Binney (the former director of the NSA who also stated that the data extraction speeds of the DNC server analysis indicated the server was not hacked but accessed by an insider) came out and said that the NSA has copies of virtually any and every digitally transferred data piece that has ever gone over a government network. So it would be possible to retrieve not only all the data on the Mueller team’s phones, but also every one of the 33,000 deleted hilLIARy emails. Would LOVE to see some conservative media digging into THAT!

        Liked by 3 people

      • rpcoastie says:

        I have no doubt that the FBI Agents who rec’d the 30 Mueller cell phones took a hammer to them and tossed the phones into an incinerator. Remember, the reason Wray won’t designate ANTIFA and BLM as terrorist organizations is because half of the FBI Agents in Washington DC and other cities belong to both groups!

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      • devilman96 says:

        They can retrieve just about anything they want short of a intentional software wipe like bleachbit. This isn’t some super secret or even difficult task. I’ve done a lot of recovery using the same tools they use. It just takes time, software and hardware.

        However… The issue always seems to be if they will bother. Often times that seems to be the cover for how they bury this stuff… Just pretending they can’t find it or intentionally overwriting it by quickly passing the phone or device elsewhere.

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    • bdpainter says:

      Maybe ask Nellie Ohr for help. (Sarc)

      Liked by 1 person

      • konradwp1 says:

        Data transmission speeds over amateur radio bands is quite low. I doubt there is much Nellie could offer (without resort to waterboarding).


  2. tax2much says:

    Mr. Wray testified today that Russia was interfering with Joe Biden in this election. You ready for impeachment 2.0?

    Liked by 3 people

    • David M Kitting says:

      Judicial Watch received/released another FOIA today identifying the ‘muh Russia’ interference re Biden/Burisma. And you say Wray testilied on the very same day? What a coincidence…

      Liked by 8 people

    • j'accuse says:

      Wray never gets too specific – he might be calling RT and Sputnik as interference. It’s just so absurd to keep flogging that dead horse. I think there are about 80 million people with internet connections in Russia and I doubt all are controlled by the Kremlin. Hopefully we have human sources to give us the heads up of Putin is planning something.

      Liked by 1 person

      • donna kovacevic says:

        President Putin is sitting back and watching US destroy itself, saying these govnari are at it again blaming Russia “Idioti Blesavi”. God Bless PDJT.

        Liked by 5 people

        • readyandable1 says:

          I think it is pretty clear that CCP and Russia and Iran and f-it..all our enemies may have us in a sort of check-mate. Either we go forward with our corrupt communists/totalitarians who have sold us out just a Trump loss or if a win-term limit away from coming back in power forever (Even easier now, with ‘Consequence Free Seditious Treason(TM)’) or we, the people, hold them accountable via-2nd amendment etc. and the big powerful USA is no more as we kill and squabble among ourselves and plunge our country in to civil-war and depression- freeing up the world stage to be run by these evil states.

          Bleak- I know, but someone explain where there is a way out of check that doesn’t involve Bill Barr magically becoming lady justice within the next 30 days?

          Liked by 1 person

      • devilman96 says:

        That dead horse still has support of around %60 of the US population still believing that there is something to Trump / Russia…

        Never discount the narrative crafting, even when long debunked it holds a lot of value.

        People are stupid… Very very stupid and they know that.

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      • lady4trump says:

        The Leftists have found nothing that President Trump has done ‘wrong’, even. So here comes Russia Russia Russia again, flogging, as you say, that ‘dead horse’ again. Democrats are Communists are just plain evil, as are all the Republicans who keep helping them.
        They all need to be in jail! We The People are sick to death of these power-mad Communists trying to usher in the New World Order!

        Liked by 1 person

  3. PVCDroid says:

    Why can’t they get everything the phone call and text records from the NSA? It’s all there or am I missing something?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Dim Osmab says:

      Because there is no legal process to use nsa data against americans


      • lady4trump says:

        In other words, you are saying Republicans cannot access data on Democrats, but that Democrats can access all the Republicans’ data,. and that of We The People? Another one-way street all for the benefit of the Democrat-Communists.

        Liked by 1 person

    • richard verney says:

      It is not that complex, because data is almost never erased, from a computer chip, but rather it (ie., the accessing of it) is simply disabled. See my comment above.

      A well known free disk cleaner (CC cleaner) has 5 settings for removal of data, (i) normal erasing, and secure erasing consiting of (ii) 1 overpass, (iii) 3 over passes, (iv) 7 over passes and (v) 35 overpasses.

      The more times data is overwritten with random data, the more difficult it is to retrieve the original data.

      I have seen some cleaners on the market that have more than a dozen over write options, and they tell you the level of encryptian each provides, and who can bust that level of encryptian.

      The investigators can retrieve this data, should they want to, withhout having to use the NSA data base. It is still on the iphones, they merely need to get the iphones examined by computer experts rather than lay people.

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    • “Look What I Just Found”

      In HBO’s outstanding “Perry Mason” reboot, beat cop Paul Drake drops by defense attorney Mason’s house late at night for a Come-to-Jesus moment. Days earlier, Drake had given Mason a key piece of physical evidence, a bit of a decedent’s denture, he’d found at a crime scene but chosen not to turn over to the corrupt DA. By handing the denture over to Mason, Drake had violated the law regarding the chain of evidence. By accepting it, Mason knew he was not able to introduce at trial.

      Officer Drake reminds Mason that he could turn the case in favor of his client if Mason would just present the denture at trial. Mason reminds Drake that it would be illegal to do so.

      “There’s what’s legal, and there’s what right,” Drake says, as he slips an envelope containing the denture into to a file folder in one of the scores of “evidence” boxes now crowding the front room of Mason’s house.

      “Well, look what I just found,” Mason responds.

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    • devilman96 says:

      Because there is no legal basis for obtaining it. FISA is only used when you have a overseas party or a conservative involved.

      A good point of reference on this is the article a few days ago where you have the DOJ groveling to the FISA court about using already known FISA information on Carter Page in court proceedings. In other words their asking the court of it’s ok to prosecute FISA abuse based on the abused FISA material as evidence.

      Nice circular loop hu?

      Liked by 2 people

  4. Proud American from Texas says:

    How many lawyers and investigators and aides do these Senators on SSCI have, in total?
    It’s bad enough the Senators are snakes, but dang, why can’t one aide be honest enough to step up and blow the whistle on these scumbags?

    Liked by 9 people

    • Hans says:

      I believe that they all know what happened to Seth Rich.

      Liked by 9 people

      • Judith says:

        And Justices Scalia and Roberts? And, possibly, shooting up a softball field full of US Congressmen and that near-miss train derailment served as warnings not to get any funny ideas on that Trump train. (Just a wild guess..)

        I would imagine it’s extremely difficult to keep a tight reign on these power hungry individuals, without just a sprinkle of terror on top. OK maybe more than a sprinkle..

        Liked by 3 people

    • botchedcasuality says:

      Why? Seth Rich comes to mind.


  5. I’ve followed this pretty closely but this is the first I’ve heard about Rubio’s super pack funding the Steele dossier. When was that little detail shared with us?

    Liked by 3 people

    • Proud American from Texas says:

      I;m pretty sure it was funded by Paul Singer or his PAC. Singer was big into LGBT issues. A family member was “different”, as I recall.

      Liked by 3 people

      • The Demon Slick says:

        I suspect foam party Marco might be a little…. different. Despite his beautiful family.

        Liked by 3 people

        • skipper1961 says:

          The Demon Slick,
          I have posted this a couple of times recently. This version actually made it through the gatekeepers @ “little marco’s” fiefdom. Also, not too sure of “little marco’s” “beautiful” family. I seem to remember reading about his in-law’s history in drug trafficking. (In Miami ?? SHOCKED !! SHOCKED I say!”) Anyways, below is what I sent to his office a couple of days ago. Next? A letter to Senator Rick Scott, asking him to more vociferously extoll the necessity of “AMERICA FIRST!!”
          I hope you like it?

          “Senator Rubio,
          I would like to ask you to explain your refusal to provide documents that Senators Grassley and Johnson have requested (08/14/20). Citing some arcane “resolution” (Senate Resolution “400”), as to why you, and the senate select committee REJECTED a lawful document request from incumbent, lawfully elected Senators seems antithetical to TRUE oversight, and transparency.
          Why are only “certain” Senators allowed to see ALL government documents, while the majority are kept on a “need to know” basis? I’m sure I am not the only one of your constituents who is growing rather tired of terms like “select senate sub-committee on…..” OR ”GANG” (of eight) (?) Really?
          The country is supposed to trust their safety and prosperity to a handful (16) of you folks in Washington, most of whom don’t know what end of the shovel goes in the manure?

          WE KNOW how lucrative seats on those “committees” (cabals) are, and I for one (of your constituents) am interested in just how a junior senator gets appointed “acting chairman” of ANY committee, let alone ssci! Yes, I’m aware of your “cfr creds”. and they aren’t very inspiring to the average American, to be honest.

          Mr. Rubio,

          WE KNOW most of the granular details of Russia (obama) Gate. senator mark warner is not someone I want MY senator “chumming around” with. Scrape him/them off, PLEASE!!

          WE KNOW that your “gangs” not only turned a blind eye to, but actually facilitated a coup on a sitting American President.

          WE KNOW about your “uni-party” back room , nepotistic insider trades, selling American jobs to the lowest bidder (china), all the while “peeing on our collective leg” and telling us it’s raining (Hello! REPEAL AND REPLACE!?)

          I beseech you, turn your act around, and support President Trump and his AMERICA FIRST agenda, and you may receive forgiveness, and grace.
          Choose the U.S. chamber of commerce over your constituents, and reap what you sow.
          Our Country stands in the balance, and I beg you with tears in my eyes, to not let humanity down. Confess (and repent) before it’s too late..

          WE KNOW!!!

          Your BOSS,
          S. Bresnahan

          Liked by 5 people

          • DefenderOfTroyDonahue says:

            “Mr. Rubio, WE KNOW most of the granular details . . . ”

            Skip, you should be careful using the word “granular” when you’re addressing the puppet of the Sugar Lobby.

            Liked by 1 person

          • Proud American from Texas says:

            Excellently written, sir. Please let us know of his reply.

            Somebody needs to tweet at those buttwipes with a #weknow tag. I don’t twitter (yet)

            Liked by 1 person

      • dd_sc says:

        This is the way I understand it, too. Singer (Washington Free Beacon) were originally doing the opposition research then Rubio went down in flames. Simpson then shopped the information to Team Clinton.

        Liked by 2 people

    • JC Calhoun says:

      Agree…as a Floridian, I would like to know a lot more about this…please?

      Liked by 2 people

    • Joemama says:

      Liberals here in CA use the fact to claim that the Steele dossier was originally paid for by a republican, so it doesn’t matter that hillary paid for its completion.

      Yes, I know … logic is not a liberal’s strong suit.

      Liked by 2 people

  6. Bogeyfree says:

    Another day, another opportunity to remind AG Barr of the massive injustice that lies at his feet and every why millions of Americans know One System of Justice is a huge lie.

    1. When no one is penalized for signing and putting forth a known false FISA before the FISC – 4 times!
    2. When no one is penalized for altering a FIB 302
    3. When no one is penalized for framing a General
    4. When no one is penalized for withholding exculpatory evidence
    5. When no one is penalized from 14 referrals from Congress
    6. When no one is penalized for leaking a FISA to the media even when they have first hand evidence from a FBI SSA
    7. When no one is penalized for unmasking hundreds of Americans
    8. When no one is penalized after they lie and put in official reports saying people were Russia assets when they knew from day one they were western assets
    9. When no one is penalized for allowing and conducting massive illegal spying using the NSA database for years to gather and extract data on millions of Americans even with hard evidence from an audit that proves this illegal spying at a rate of 85% of all queries.
    10. When no one is penalized for setting up an unsecured server and for years using it to conduct official government business
    11. When no one is penalized for claiming the DNC server was hacked by Russians when a simple interview of Assange could prove this too was a total lie.
    12. When no one is penalized for using the Hammer Program to Spy and gather information on thousands of Americans including judges even after testimony from a first hand whistleblower who did the spying and who gave the FIB 47 hard drives of evidence.
    13. When no on is penalized for organizing, planning and attempting a coup on a sitting President

    And now we have……

    14. When no one is penalized for destroying evidence by “accidentally” wiping 31 phones.

    So please someone tell me how all of this can result in zero penalties if there is truly one system of justice as our Attorney General preaches.

    Some one is going to have to tell me how the current DOJ leadership is any better than the prior one?

    Liked by 22 people

    • The Demon Slick says:

      Barr isn’t actively trying to stick it to us. And he might still come through at some level.

      Liked by 2 people

      • lady4trump says:

        AG Barr runs his mouth and does NOTHING. AG Barr is no different from Jeffie Sessions, who will always be a pox on the Republican Party. Barr, like his friend Lindsey Graham, talks and talks but does nothing! Yet there he continues to sit, in his big office doing nothing for this country OR the rule of law.

        Anyone else extremely distressed at what Barr and Durham are?


    • DefenderOfTroyDonahue says:

      “3. When no one is penalized for framing a General”

      Can you say Alfred Dreyfus? Can you say Emile Zola? Can you say “J’Accuse!”

      Even the feckless French eventually got that one right.

      Liked by 2 people

    • DefenderOfTroyDonahue says:

      “Some one is going to have to tell me how the current DOJ leadership is any better than the prior one?”

      Can we really expect Barr to be as honest and competent as Loretta Lynch?

      Liked by 1 person

    • icubud says:

      *applause bogeyfree*

      Liked by 1 person

  7. rorschach says:

    So, now… folks are going to learn exactly how much data the government is archiving. It wouldn’t surprise me to learn that a *.pcap file for every connection across the main backbones gets stored and catalogued. I’m thinking that wiping those phones didn’t help one bit.

    Liked by 2 people

  8. Silent American says:

    Barr should stiffen his spine and ethics, admit that the DOJ/FBI cannot handle this matter with Durhham, and appoint a bona fide special counsel. Then step back and let the chips fall!

    Liked by 4 people

  9. Rhoda R says:

    “…triple amputee Brian Kolfage was arrested for bogus charges related to his, Bannon’s and two other gentlemen’s efforts in building a wall on the Southern Border. The 15 New York USPIS agents who arrested him dragged him into their arrest vehicle with his one good arm!”


    Liked by 7 people

    • donna kovacevic says:

      Shame on these devils. Bog ce im vratiti. God will pay them back.

      Liked by 4 people

    • lady4trump says:

      IF Bannon and Kolfage skimmed off millions of dollars in order to live the millionaire lifestyle, damn it, I want to know about it AND GET MY SEVERAL CONTRIBUTIONS BACK!

      IF they lied to us to get us to contribute in good faith, they deserve everything that may be coming to them! Quit trying to get people you think are on ‘our side’ off from their illegal and unethical deeds!


  10. Cueball says:

    Bill Barr will do nothing . The FBI will do nothing . The Justice Department will do nothing . They are ‘ The Elites ” and know better what is good for us than us . Just why are all of us lemmings wearing masks and social distancing ? Covid is a test . Coming next ? Total control of distance movement .

    Liked by 2 people

  11. CET says:

    I sure do wish Sydney would publicly volunteer to be the Senate Judiciary hearing initial witness. Lindsay’s response would be the best testimony.

    Liked by 5 people

  12. hokkoda says:

    The difficulty of erasing data is why the IRS didn’t just degauss the computers of Lois Lerner and crew. They also physically destroyed the devices. Ditto the Clinton’s smashing their phones and, similarly, physically destroying the illegal server.

    That the SCO undertook such an obvious obstruction of justice in early 2018 speaks to the general incompetence and arrogance of these people.

    Peter Strzok and Lisa Page’s text messages were a debacle for them, and the existence of those texts had been known for at least 6 months. They were finally acknowledged a day or two after Mike Flynn plead guilty.

    They hoped they could slip the texts by everyone after Flynn and before Christmas. But the “insurance policy” blew up in their faces, and destroying their phones was damage control. Not just because of what they were saying to each other, but because of who they were talking to.

    It’s mafia tactics like this which make prosecutions under the RICO laws very appropriate. Trump/Russia was literally racketeering. They invented a nonexistent problem, and then swooped in to “solve” it. IOW Trump/Russia was a problem that didn’t exist. It was fabricated (the racket), and the SCO’s job was to “solve” the nonexistent problem. Why? To cover up the illegal enterprise they were all engaged in: a coup d’etat.

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  13. Phil McCoxwell says:

    Uh, is it just me, but my phone and all of its data is backed up on the cloud. If I lose my phone, I can get a new one and fully restore it. So, damaging your phone is the equivalent of destroying your Laptop at work and assuming your email history is gone. Not a chance. The two things are independent of each other. That’s the whole point of the cloud. Also, text message history is held by Phone company for the purposes of crap just like this. Who do these dumbasses think they are fooling? They are redirecting us to the smashed phones and saying, well, that’s that. Data all gone. So stop looking for it.. they are either really stupid or they think we are. Just use the very data system these jackasses used to spy on Trump. That info is not long gone.

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    • skipper1961 says:

      Phil McCoxwell, (BTW, clever avatar)
      I suspect that the nsa database would be a more logical source, as I imagine that any govt. documents would be prohibited from “public entities” like a “cloud”? But these days, who the hell knows, right?


  14. DefenderOfTroyDonahue says:

    Speaking of Weissmann . . . months ago I composed my list of Top FourTraitors Who Should Hang From The Gallows . . . and even all the major revelations since have not changed the list one bit.

    The four top traitors remain . . . Obama, Brennan, Weissmann, and Warner.

    I’ll revise the list if there’s a reason to . . . but so far no reason has emerged.

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  15. wildsailor2018 says:

    It only takes three unsuccessful attempts at the password to wipe my work iPhone, not 10.

    The NSA database should have a record of all this activity. What amazes me is the team that was illegally data mining the NSA database was so sure it would never happen to them that they continued to use their phones anyway. “The other side has ethics and would never do what we are doing…” Liberal Privilege in action…

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  16. Dr P says:

    Barr photo reminds me of the Grinch


  17. chuckyschmucky says:

    I know this is not exactly the right place for this, but this is an interesting thread from an Australian whistleblower claiming to have evidence, which he has provided to Barr and Durham, that the Obama Administration was spying on Trump PRIOR to June 2015. He says he has come forward because the Australian government is not cooperating with the Durham investigators.


  18. waveanalyst says:

    Are not text messages on a federally issued device federal records? In my government training, deleting federal records is a felony. Where are the prosecutions of these crimes?

    Liked by 5 people

    • lady4trump says:

      Justice has been totally ‘turned off’ as it pertains to government workers. They are just that far above the rest of us. And the Republicans cover for the Democrats. Its going to take CW2 to right the ship and get our country back.

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  19. What a pit of vipers! Makes you realize that if we lose the Senate, we never really had much real advocacy there, anyway. Neither does President Trump. Rubio has been a snake since he was on the Gang of Eight FAKE Tea Party candidate, FAKE Republican. Come on, FL! Wake up! But then I am in OH and we never run any electable Patriot against Rob Portman, either. What a sorry lot in the House and Senate to supposedly aid this GREAT President! He deserves a LOT better than these traitors to America.

    Liked by 6 people

  20. mb says:

    Anyone else around here tired of playing by the rules?

    Liked by 2 people

  21. ajshu says:

    What was on Anthony Weiner’s laptop and where is it? The liar Weasel Comey never told us the truth on that.

    Why does nobody ever come forward with the truth? Why must the process always be so excruciating? Are there no patriots in government anymore?

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  22. ajshu says:

    What was on Anthony Weiner’s laptop and where is it? The liar Weasel Comey never told us the truth on that.

    Why does nobody ever come forward with the truth? Why must the process always be so excruciating? Are there no patriots in government anymore?


  23. Raised on Reagan says:

    Who promised the Deep State would play fair?

    As SD reminds us, there are US$1,000,000,000,000.00s at stake.

    Liked by 2 people

  24. rayvandune says:

    I don’t think technology is the answer – too many bad cops, and laws that can be used to protect them by bad lawyers and bad judges.

    Get the Wipers under oath, and sweat them through their erasure story until somebody decides they would rather see Weismann in jail than themselves. Start with the right person and that shouldn’t take long.


  25. thedoc00 says:

    SD needs to add one sentence.

    “All done under the direction of Senate Leader Mitch McConnell, who could change this situation with a rules change.”

    Liked by 2 people

  26. D3F1ANT says:

    It sure is a disappointment for Barr to so blatantly tank this investigation.


    • rpcoastie says:

      Between hiring SJW Nora Dennehy the Democrat appointed Deputy Attorney General of Connecticut who sued the gun manufacturer in the Sandy Hook school shooting along with FBI Agent Aldenbury while ignoring the Connecticut family court judge who refused to commit the teenager after his own mother hired an attorney and pleaded with the judge that her son was mentally ill and dangerous. Then putting blinders on the already blind FBI Agents and prosecutors assigned to the investigation prohibiting evidence outside of their “SILO” to even be looked into…WHAT DID YOU EXPECT?

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  27. Nanette Dragoon says:

    Throughout the worlds history in any country, if people acted and did what these politicians are doing they would literally be sentenced to death and killed by firing squad, hanged, head chopped off, etc. This would never ever have been allowed to happen as this days government has allowed. That said, this will only get worse until We hold them accountable, indict and hold accountable the guilty and not let them skate on things like, no evidence due to 17 phones getting wiped clean, servers getting bleached, etc. These acts would be actually viewed as sedition as well. These people would have been put to death already and should….When does it end? Why are not leaders held accountable and removed?

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  28. dustahl says:

    Why Barr might do a lot. Because the left will come after Barr to destroy him and Barr knows it ,if Trump loses the election. Motive Barr also might not the handwriting on the wall for the U.S. if Biden wins, Biden will lose big , yet, the coup will continue to steal the election


  29. WhiteBoard says:
    (CTH links to catch people up) – we are on the Coup’s trail – inform others why this election matters!

    Liked by 1 person

  30. WhiteBoard says:

    if you notice – The FISA law has not been reauthorized yet.

    you may be seeing all this deception and LACK of sunlight due to this SPECIFICALLY.


  31. Mr e-man says:

    Did Senator Mark Warner also erase his phone? How about Judge Sullivan?

    Liked by 1 person

  32. Jay Wiz says:

    Something that hasn’t been pointed out.

    When an iphone has been put in airplane mode and then locked, it makes it so it can’t be remotely unlocked.


    If I were the person responsible for pulling government records off the phone, I would take these phones and lock them into inventory. THE DATA WOULD STILL BE INTACT..

    Either the records are still on the phones and they are locked up somewhere, or the person responsible for collecting them and pulling Gov Records off the phone is the one is the person that actually destroyed Government Records.

    The big takeaway is that those particular phones still have the data, or, Durham has a huge amount of leverage on the clerk that destroyed government records.


    • WhiteBoard says:

      he visually saw a blank text box- and wrote “nothign relevant here”

      he didnt do a deep dive into forensics –

      therefore his stupidity could be manipulated (use his not seeing anythign – to lead to him doing his job and clearing the phone to give to another employee)

      him being the GOV record guy – not wiseAZZ


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