Report: Durham Investigating Main Justice Resistors Blocking FBI Subpoenas in 2016, RE: Clinton Investigation….

Two media reports today point toward an aspect CTH had noticed happening in the background of the Durham/Aldenberg investigation.

The Washington Examiner and New York Times are writing about Durham investigating 2016 efforts from Main Justice DOJ to block FBI efforts to investigate the Clinton Foundation.  The interesting part is what the media ignore (emphasis mine):

WASH EXAMINER– […] The New York Times report Thursday said that Clinton Cash “caught the attention of FBI agents, who viewed some of its contents as additional justification to obtain a subpoena for foundation records,” but former officials said “top Justice Department officials denied a request in 2016 from senior FBI managers in Washington to secure a subpoena.” The outlet said that “the decision frustrated some agents who believed they had enough evidence beyond the book, including a discussion that touched on the foundation and was captured on a wiretap in an unrelated investigation.”  (more)

Who was one of the “top Justice Department officials” in position to deny the 2016 request from senior FBI managers in Washington?  As TechnoFog notes:  “The DOJ Criminal Division Fraud Section (FSCD) would have overseen prosecutions relating to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (ie. bribery that crosses borders).”

Who was Chief, of the DOJ Criminal Division Fraud Section in 2016?

That would be Andrew Weissmann, the same corrupt epicenter of the Robert Mueller investigation.  So how did the New York Times get their information about what Durham is looking into? (again, emphasis mine)

(New York Times) […] The Clinton Foundation investigation began about five years ago, under the Obama administration, and stalled in part because some former career law enforcement officials viewed the case as too weak to issue subpoenas. Ultimately, prosecutors in Arkansas secured a subpoena for the charity in early 2018. To date, the case has not resulted in criminal charges.

Some former law enforcement officials declined to talk to Mr. Durham’s team about the foundation investigation because they felt the nature of his inquiry was highly unusual, according to people familiar with the investigation. Mr. Durham’s staff members sought information about the debate over the subpoenas that the F.B.I. tried to obtain in 2016 and have also approached current agents about the matter, but it is not clear what they told investigators.

A spokesman for Mr. Durham declined to comment. (more)

Weissmann squealing to the New York Times for help…

Now this makes sense:

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204 Responses to Report: Durham Investigating Main Justice Resistors Blocking FBI Subpoenas in 2016, RE: Clinton Investigation….

  1. deepdivemaga says:

    Everything hinges on November 3rd…

    Liked by 10 people

  2. ohnoyoudonot says:

    Who was Chief, of the DOJ Criminal Division Fraud Section in 2016?

    Andrew Weissman

    Nice job Sundance and Techno Fog


    Potential answers to our questions (from a generous person) – look to the DOJ Public Integrity Section.

    Prior AP reporting: “Public corruption prosecutors in Washington expressed disinterest in working w/ the FBI on a Clinton Foundation-related investigation in 2016…”

    Liked by 13 people

  3. UniPartySlayer says:

    Let the indictments fall like sweet Calcutta rain!!

    Liked by 17 people

  4. Linus in W.PA. says:

    Let Hell rain down on that treasonous bastagee!!!

    Liked by 9 people

  5. rubenalv says:

    heating up?

    Liked by 1 person

    • ohnoyoudonot says:

      Listen, then go somewhere else. I don’t know what pieces of info they’re going to release and when..I just know what I know. If you’ve followed me for any length of time, you would know I have mentioned the foundation, crosses party lines & is much broader than any of u realize


      • Jase says:

        I’ve been following Housman for a while. I think he is genuine, but I can see where that tweet complaining about him is coming from.
        He is definitely in the over-promise, under-deliver camp, I think because he is making educated guesses based on Chinese whispers.
        He is damaging a well earned reputation and would be better saying nothing at all.

        Liked by 1 person

  6. uncreativ says:

    I suppose this could be a “code red” released to the NY Times as a public way for Weissmann to disclose where the investigation was going. As insistent as Hillary Clinton was, though, that Biden under no circumstances concede the election, I have to think she already had an idea it was going there. This could of course happened a while ago without us knowing it. Just because we know NOW that Durham is looking into the Clinton issues, doesn’t mean it hasn’t been going on for some time (I hope 🙂 )

    Liked by 7 people

    • More Bore says:

      If we want ANY HOPE of getting the attention of the LIV with these complex schemes within schemes… I think this is a great path, and why it is SO CRITICAL that this stuff drop before the election.

      the fair weather voter who only started paying surface attention a couple weeks ago, and to CNN at that… will not care about all the nichey weird names that we who pay attention know and loathe: Weissmann, Clinesmith, Strzok, Page, Brennan, etc.

      But laying all of the chaos and suffering that America has been put through at the feet of Hillary Clinton, ubiquitously known and obviously corrupt even to a casual observer – will absolutely be easy to show and to digest in soundbytes – and to break through the lies of the media brothels.

      Liked by 2 people

      • More Bore says:

        As a follow up (that I would edit original if you could dot hat with wordpress…) – I am under no delusion that Hillary will ever see a courtroom, and I think this also makes it less likely that the other seditionists get a perp walk.

        But the primary objective needs to make sure ALL AMERICANS finally see what we’ve been seeing – and that they vote for Trump overwhelmingly.

        Liked by 5 people

    • terriertuff says:

      uncreative, thanks for the comment. I just had a light bulb moment (sorry I’ve been slow on the uptake because I get so disheartened with this crap on the regular and find myself tuning out from time to time). H wants Joe in office no matter what–to get pardoned (if arrests come soon), as do the rest of the turds. Got it. I thought it was just about their insatiable lust for power, greed, communism and cover ups, but their lives really do depend on it.

      Liked by 1 person

  7. Lisa says:

    After reading Sydney Powell’s Licensed to Lie, all I can say is:

    Oh Mr. Durham, we so hope you indict and convict Andrew Weissmann and that he spends many many years behind bars.

    That would be such poetic justice

    Liked by 26 people

  8. Publius2016 says:

    Wake me up when “indictments” issued…

    DOJ policy says no political charges before election…so far its been no political charges on Dimms…Lies everyday on America First plus state charges and illegal search and seizures too…

    Liked by 1 person

  9. Johnny Bravo says:

    Postpone all my future Christmas’s, seeing AW taken apart legally and justifiably having the book thrown at him, would be more than enough of a lifetime surprise to see me out!

    🎵 Jingle bells, Weismann smells, Mueller’s in the stew 🎵 etc etc

    Liked by 7 people

  10. canoehustler says:

    This makes me happy!. Weissman probably pleaded the 5th.

    Liked by 4 people

  11. Puzzled says:

    How did Andrew Weissman get to the top positions he’s held and who is protecting him. He’s not the root of the deep state but he’s sucking off it. Or vice versa.

    Liked by 4 people

  12. Henry says:

    Some former law enforcement officials declined to talk to Mr. Durham’s team about the foundation investigation because they felt the nature of his inquiry was highly unusual,

    That is really a priceless statement.

    Liked by 9 people

  13. berniekopell says:

    Another filing in the Flynn case minutes ago.

    Notice of Electronic Filing

    The following transaction was entered by Binnall, Jesse on 9/24/2020 at 4:23 PM and filed on 9/24/2020
    Case Name: USA v. FLYNN
    Case Number: 1:17-cr-00232-EGS
    Filer: Dft No. 1 – MICHAEL T. FLYNN
    Document Number: 248

    Docket Text:
    SUPPLEMENT by MICHAEL T. FLYNN re [198] MOTION to Dismiss Case (Attachments: # (1) Exhibit A, # (2) Exhibit B, # (3) Exhibit C, # (4) Exhibit D, # (5) Exhibit E)(Binnall, Jesse)

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  14. Perot Conservative says:

    DailyCaller: EXCLUSIVE: FBI Raids Home Of Whistleblower On Clinton Foundation, Lawyer Says

    “…The whistleblower, Dennis Nathan Cain, had turned the documents over to the Department of Justice’s inspector general and both the House and Senate Intelligence committees, according to the lawyer.”

    A TELL???

    “*** Sixteen agents *** [Roger Stone Tell?] arrived at the home of Dennis Nathan Cain, a former FBI contractor, on the morning of Nov. 19 and raided his Union Bridge, Maryland, home, Socarras told TheDCNF….”

    “…After the raid, and having received my name and phone number from Mr. Cain as his lawyer, an FBI agent actually called my client directly to discuss his seized electronics,” [attorney] Socarras told TheDCNF. “Knowingly bypassing the lawyer of a represented client is serious misconduct.” ”

    Liked by 4 people

    • Perot Conservative says:

      Judge Stephanie Agli Gallagher – a Trump appointee – allowed the illegal Whistleblower search warrant.


    • Perot Conservative says:

      William Douglas Campbell was Whistleblower # 2 re: Uranium One. Congressional committees reportedly found him unreliable.

      The Hill: “[Victoria] Toensing characterized those representations of Campbell as misleading. In both a statement and a phone call with The Hill, she attributed Campbell’s alleged lapses in memory to medication taken for leukemia. She disputed that the Justice Department had credibility concerns about Campbell and said that he was not asked to testify at any trial for Mikerin because the U.S. attorney’s office had “mishandled” the case. “


  15. berniekopell says:

    Have not reviewed everything but Techno usually posts. One attachment is a long log of lovebird text messages.

    Liked by 2 people

  16. ohnoyoudonot says:

    AG Barr speech to Hillsdale College
    September 16, 2020

    He names Arthur Anderson as an example of DANGEROUS Prosecutorial overreach…

    He has #AWeissmann_ in his sights!

    Barr’s infamous speech. He singles out Weissmann’s Arthur Anderson debacle – worth a listen;


    Liked by 3 people

  17. berniekopell says:


    . . . handwritten notes of former Deputy Assistant Director Peter Strzok (23501 & 23503)
    and former Deputy Director Andrew McCabe (23502); and internal text messages
    between FBI analysts who worked on the Flynn matter (23504- 23516); . . . additional
    text messages between former DAD Strzok and Lisa Page (23516-23540).” The 41
    pages of additional evidence demonstrate (i) his innocence; (ii) the absence of any
    crime; (iii) government misconduct in the investigation of General Flynn; and (iv)
    continuing prosecutorial misconduct in the suppression of evidence favorable to the
    defense in violation of Brady v. Maryland and this Court’s Brady order. ECF No. 20.

    Liked by 8 people

  18. Leon Brozyna says:

    Anything we hear until there’s a formal statement/indictment is just so much obfuscating noise.

    Right now, all we can do is to hope that this will turn into something huge. Until something happens, it’s just wishes, hopes, and fantasy … if only …

    Justice has been denied for far too long.

    Liked by 3 people

    • G. Alistar says:

      Rather the drip, drip, drip news of all this corruption is absolutely necessary in order to force a compliant news media to report the truth rather than Orange Man bad.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Alex1689 says:

        I disagree that is the purpose. The MSM has collectively ignored the jaw dropping Hunter Biden revelations, it can ignore pretty much anything except pictures. Those go viral.

        No, the drip drip is actually looking more like water torture. Someone is having fun with this. Let’s assume for one tiny second that when PDJT said we got them all, he really really meant we got them all, dead to rights.

        Look at the Flynn case. At every single turn, the DOJ releases more and more damning texts, like today. Is that because the DOJ just found them in the last three weeks? No, that doesn’t pass the sniff test. It’s more like, hey Judge Sullivan, we know you know we know you are corrupt, and the holders of your strings are not giving you any way out of this, so we are just going to torment you, you SOB, like a cat with a mouse.
        You have to drag this out? Here is a little bit more pain. Drip, drip, drip.


        • furtive says:

          Biden is off the grid until the debate next Wednesday, likely due to Hunter’s exposé.
          He can’t respond to any 411 in any sincere credible manner.


  19. berniekopell says:

    DOJ document dump last night to Super Sidney.

    Late last night, the Government produced yet another tranche of
    documents—its fifth production of exculpatory evidence since April of 2020, and its
    third since filing its massive Motion to Dismiss. ECF Nos. 198, 231, 237. According
    to the Government’s production correspondence: “The documents include . .

    Liked by 7 people

    • Beau Geste says:

      Maybe the possibiity of judge sullivan putting DOJ/FBI perps on the stand under oath, has motivated AG Barr?

      Any continued criminal and unethical withholding of exculpatory evidence is on Barr, wray and whoever are the current DLOJ attorneys representing the Government.

      Maybe that is why Noel Francicso resigned as solicitor general?

      Liked by 2 people

  20. Charles Dodgson says:

    Would Weisman have a longer lifespan in jail than Epstein did? I think not.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Johnny Bravo says:

      He’s been dead for years, just look into his eyes, soulless, dead, he’s numb, dead from the neck up. He sold out his soul a long, long time ago.

      Eternity is a looooooooooooooong time to have regrets, some say it’s purgatory!

      Hey, Andy? keep looking over your shoulder, keep your eyes peeled and don’t forget, you can run but you can never hide. Karma is coming, if not in this life, definitely in the next.

      Much love,

      Your victims

      Liked by 1 person

    • More Bore says:

      if it becomes a foregone conclusion he is going down, whats the over under he ever even makes it to a cell alive? The Clinton mafia still has a few soldiers in the field, methinks.

      Liked by 1 person

  21. RJ says:

    I don’t need a bloodhound’s nose to sniff this problem out, never did for when Comey came forward and let skank Hillary off the hook, my experienced senses said “the fix is in!”

    The game now is to see if this giant rubber band ball can be undone to the point where this whole mess can be seen and logic applied to those who played on her team and did her bidding.

    The main game in Washington, DC for the upper players is not “what you know” but “who you know’ that really counts. Most of these evil players have been to a law school.

    In law school, the future lawyer is educated where she/he learns to: 1) admit nothing, 2) deny everything, and 3) talk around any subject. Recall the old Western movies where the Indian Scout says to the Trooper: “Need learn to read signs!” Durham is going up against people who double back, wipe over all traces of travel (think cell phones, computers, etc. in this modern time period), and find great places to hide out.

    The “Hole in the Wall Gang” had it good for a period of time. Maybe these evil players will come to the same fate as those who thought they could get away. I hope not, but they have a lot of friends, especially the media. This goes way beyond Jesse James and others of his ilk!

    Hillary’s players, sycophants, etc. will do everything they can to escape, especially to align themselves with BLM, Antifa and any other group that they think could slave their rear ends.

    In the end, you will discover two horses pulling this evil carriage: Obama and Clinton. A fun possibility might be who of these two would sell out the other in a heart beat?

    My guess is Obama better watch his back, his sides and have two food tasters.

    Liked by 6 people

  22. benedictcomey says:

    Weissarse is headed for Jeff’s old cell at the MCC

    Liked by 2 people

  23. doofusdawg says:

    Don’t forget Nellie and her poor husband Bruce.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Marygrace Powers says:

      See new Tweets

      Donald J. Trump
      The big story that the Fake News Media refuses to report is lowlife Christopher Steele’s many meetings with Deputy A.G. Bruce Ohr and his beautiful wife, Nelly. It was Fusion GPS that hired Steele to write the phony & discredited Dossier, paid for by Crooked Hillary & the DNC….
      11:28 AM · Aug 11, 2018·Twitter for iPhone

      Oh, we won’t forget

      Liked by 1 person

  24. A Fortified City says:

    “But let let justice run down as water
    And righteousness like a mighty stream “

    Liked by 1 person

  25. TwoLaine says:

    I’d like to clawback every paycheck AW rec’d since he went rogue, and all the bennies with them. He should be treated worse than Bernie Madoff.

    Liked by 6 people

  26. SithMystery says:

    Geez, Weissman just LOOKS like a sneaky little sh!t…

    Liked by 3 people

  27. Perot Conservative says:

    If the Clinton Foundation got $145 Million… how much might have Mueller, Weismann, Kerry, et al received?”

    We have Whistleblowers Cain & Campbell… wasn’t there a 3rd Whistleblower?

    Liked by 3 people

  28. HillariousClinton says:

    In all this, I was telling myself…if they could just nail Brennan, Comey, Clapper, McCabe, Stroczk and Page, I could be happy. But more and more this Weissman P.O.S is earning a place near the top of this list to hang from the White House balcony at high noon!

    Liked by 2 people

  29. jengancworld says:

    Soon we will be hearing that because of all the still ongoing investigations, it would better to release all findings from all investigations, when all investigations wrap up… in about 6 years!!


    • Beau Geste says:

      “We recommend not releasing the records of DOJ/FBI/FISC criminality until the promised but still-hidden JFK assassination records are released in 2099.”


  30. islandpalmtrees says:

    That would be Andrew Weissmann, the same corrupt epicenter of the Robert Mueller investigation.

    Tashina Guahar + Andrew Weissmann = Epicenter. But where was the control?

    Obama —> Attorney General Holder —> David S. Kris —> FISA —> all corrupt
    Obama —>Attorney General Holder—>Tashina Guahar —> FISA —> all corrupt

    Posted on January 11, 2020 by Scott Johnson in FBI, FISAgate, Russia investigation
    We now know: The Kris cross

    David Kris served as Assistant Attorney General for the Department of Justice under President Obama and Attorney General Holder. He drew on his prestige as a former senior official in the Department of Justice to disparage Rep. Devin Nunes in his exposure of the FBI’s misconduct in the Russia haox and assure anyone who would listen to him that all was in order. He is an apologist for FBI misconduct who gives the Department of Justice Inspector General report on the FBI’s FISA misconduct the stupidly credulous reading that absolves the FBI of political bias in the matter.

    Who better than Kris to serve as amicus curiae to the FISA court to help it assess the government’s response to Judge Collyer’s December 17 order. That is what new FISA court presiding judge James Baosberg did late yesterday afteroon in this order. As Jack Paar used to say, I kid you not.

    Tashina “Tash” Gauhar, literally from the school and law firm of former Obama “wingman” Attorney General Eric Holder. 2009- Tashina Gauhar is the Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Intelligence. Ms. Gauhar has extensive experience working with the U.S. Intelligence Community.

    Liked by 1 person

  31. Eileen McRae says:

    Is justice finally going to be served? It has been a long time coming! Red October sounds just about right!

    Liked by 3 people

  32. berniekopell says:

    Weissman deserves death by Ugu. I won’t post the link b/c it is a very profane comedy sketch. Google “Gilbert Godttried death or Ugu” and you will find it. Funny, but very profane. Youtube allows, this but god forbid someone questions COVID lock down and they get banned.

    Liked by 2 people

  33. PaulCohen says:

    More evidence emerges of political biases and corruption at DOJ and FBI:

    Liked by 2 people

  34. Perot Conservative says:

    “Consciousness of Guilt” … THEY ALL BOUGHT PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY INSURANCE … even the “Agency”.

    Who is BU?

    Liked by 4 people

  35. Bogeyfree says:

    So who are they going to choose to protect?

    Stay the course with B or make a change and insert H?

    I guess they could dump K and insert H then both B and H are protected.


  36. Richie says:

    We got em now!

    Liked by 1 person

  37. MACAULAY says:

    Sundance—these things you are posting on your Twitter Site are the best things I have seen in a long time.

    I have a bottle of very fine single malt Scotch ready if Indictments ever come down.

    Only wine until then. But I feel closer right now than in months, if not years.



  38. Nigella says:

    My question.. Who’s leaking to the Times and the Examiner?

    Liked by 1 person

    • More Bore says:

      Follow the leak trails/chosen mouthpieces for each agency that SD has previously indicated. the formula/theory seems to work quite well so far.


    • Perot Conservative says:

      Are these new text releases by the DOJ to assist Gen Flynn vs federal trial Judge Emmet G. Sullivan?

      And is the “Brian” noted… Brian Duggan?


      • berniekopell says:

        New texts were attached as part of a Flynn supplemental filing to the motion to dismiss the case. Note sure about Brian Duggan, but they left “Brian” unredacted, so it has to be someone whose name is already out there/exposed. Duggan fits the mold.


  39. doofusdawg says:

    And Barr and Durham have known all this for months if not years. For some reason they seem to want to get Flynn off before they start dropping indictments. As I have suggested before the only thing I can figure is that they want to protect Flynn’s civil cases against the cabal. That potential discovery is the only risk to the conspirators in the event Bide wins.

    Liked by 1 person

  40. PaulCohen says:

    Democrap political biases and corruption all over every FBI and DOJ decision relating to Clintons, Bidens, etc.

    Now we can be sure that Judge Sullivan will be so outraged at FBI and DOJ malfeasance in the Flynn case that he will finally take them to the woodshed….. /s (just kidding, Sullivan is another Demoncrap stooge)…..


  41. The Bird says:

    Let’s hope that someone in the DOJ at least gets some sort of an expose out to the public on what has been going on with respect to the Mueller Report, Flynn, AW and all the corrupt FBI high level officials before November…


  42. GTOGUY says:

    And then all the phones got wiped. Hmmmm

    Liked by 1 person

  43. Andrew is not a wisemann…bada boom.

    Liked by 1 person

  44. Did any one notice Wray’s statement on rearranging the way the FBI operates to be more op[en and honest? He is trying to sweep the dirt under the carpet to protect his darlings. I hope Durham’s vacuum is strong enough to suck it all up. You notice we haven’t heard much about Rosenstein lately…..hmmmm I would like to line them all up in a townhall setting. Ask each one questions we all know the answer and if they plead the 5th . send them down to Gitmo in a hot solitary cell to think about it a bit! You DON’T contemplate removing an elected sitting President and not be punished for it. Put them in stocks so they can be publicly humulated as we throw rotten eggs at them. Make sure they are wearing the top suits that dc dirty money can buy


  45. Mike Lee DelMarcelle says:

    All the spying on Trump and Mueller investigation into Russian collusion was done to cover up the crimes they have been committing for decades. The Clinton foundation is the money laundering center for it.

    Liked by 1 person

  46. Heika says:

    Holy smoke. More and more it all now depends on whether or not Durham/Barr have the stomach the truth. Oh they may well do as its quite ‘business as usual’ it seems within these departments, but do they think the ‘dearly beloved’ institutions can take the hit they deserve to get. Some wanka said a few days ago (of the system) “Burnt it to the ground”…. well we are approaching ground zero justification for the gasoline and match, and it ain’t for his reasons.


  47. borwarrior says:

    LOL 😂

    Why was Weissmann placed as Chief of DOJ Criminal Fraud Division?

    Maybe to cover up all the criminal fraud??!!

    Liked by 2 people

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