Sidney Powell Discusses Latest Explosive Evidence Outlining FBI Misconduct…

Michael Flynn attorney Sidney Powell talks with Liz Mac about the latest revelations and documents showing the intentional abusive motives by the DOJ, FBI and Special Counsel against her client; and by extension against a sitting United States President.

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183 Responses to Sidney Powell Discusses Latest Explosive Evidence Outlining FBI Misconduct…

  1. luke says:

    Lawfare, ACLU, Anti Defamation League, etc, etc…..none of these groups or their hierarchy deserve Christmas cards this year. And no it’s not because most of them are Jewish. I actually don’t think these groups are anything but an empty soul; no empathy or compassion. The coldest of all God’s creations. They are the architects of all this madness.

    Liked by 31 people

    • OffCourseNation says:

      The coldest of all cold monsters. Coldly they lie as an avalanche of lies comes from their soulless mouths.

      Liked by 9 people

    • In the Land of Poz says:

      They are JINO, effectively anti-Jews converted to leftism as the One True Religion. Converts are always the most vicious in attacking their former religion (ex., public attacks on Stephen Miller and Jared Kushner). Of course they have no problem taking down Christians either. Yet they preach accomodation for Islam so as not to be “racist”!

      Liked by 13 people

      • vinjejohn says:

        Yet they preach accomodation for Islam so as not to be [beheaded]!

        Liked by 2 people

      • Jan says:

        The Democrat Communist Fascists are too dumb to recognize Islam is invading our country, running for local, state & federal offices, running their own schools or forcing school districts to hire Muslim teachers to teach classes on Islam.

        Once Islam has enough power & #s, they will recognize that the Democrats are also infidels, like the rest of Americans.

        Democrat Communist Fascists have no idea they are at risk w/ Islam AND with the Chinese Communist Party/government.


    • waicool says:

      They’re criminals, they’re desperate and it’s our historic duty and task to rid them from governance

      Liked by 7 people

    • rpcoastie says:

      These groups don’t have the nature for violence themselves so they use the Black underclass as their proxy army of Janissaries to destroy us by using their money, political power, ownership of the news media and tremendous influence of the legal system to prevent our self defense.

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      • In the Land of Poz says:

        This screams “da goyim don’t know”. You think that because you see a hundred Jews (out of, say, 300 prominent leftists) that Jewish ethnocentrism is the explanation for our troubles. If you understood Jewish ethnocentrism, of which unfortunately we don’t have enough (religious and ethnocentric Jews back Trump by huge margins), you would see that the leftist Jews are part of an ethnically deracinated suicide cult in which they are replaceable and are in fact being replaced. As a somewhat ethnocentric Jew I lament this.

        The Squad aren’t Jewish, BLM isn’t Jewish, AoC’s campaign manager who runs Democratic Socialists of America is named Chakraborti. Leftism imports high IQ people into the priesthood, which after the Great Wave and WW2 migrations meant Jews displacing and intermixing with WASPs, but neither of those groups are having children, so their replacements are whatever book-smart people can be found among the immigrants from India, China and the Third World, plus homegrown black radicals (Ibram X Kendi, Ta-Nehisi Coates, etc). It makes little difference to the politics, and the result will kill them all before it gets around to killing all of us, the Jews being first on the target list. Which group lives in the suburbs right outside the BLM cities and which group is the least armed? If BLM doesn’t kill them they will do the job themselves with low fertility, intermarriage and assimilation. Meanwhile the actually ethnocentric Jews in the US and Israel are more religious, have adequate numbers of kids and support Trump. Think Mormons.


        • marckot77 says:

          And this Jew got his wife a gun (I. already had one) I agree with much but some was above my pay grade. I wonder the % of Jewish people killed by the police or arrested for rioting. I bet you would be lucky to find a few. Now the lawyers representing them would be another story. I find it so disappointing that any Jewish people vote democratic. Makes no sense to me


          • In the Land of Poz says:

            Antifa has some Jews, more so on the East Coast. One of the 3 felons shot in Kenosha was Jewish. I only know one Antifa-Jew personally, he is from an accomplished intellectual family, similar to the lawyers and top political aides discovered as black bloc rioters when arrests are made. The Rosenbaum guy who got shot by Mr Rittenhouse was not one of the educated radicals, he was an out-an-out thug, criminal and pedophile.

            I had a longer comment on the Jewish leftism phenomenon earlier here that might interest you:


            These “Gentiles on alert” alt-rightish posts about Jewish radicalism miss the much more horrible realization that the problem is pervasive and systemic and much harder to solve than what would be the case if it were a Jewish thing. Rooting out the Chuck Schumers and their ilk would be great but it’s not going to fundamentally save the world. The Left is a broader deeper historical phenomenon with its roots in the organs of education and culture, and Jews are just the current staffing so to speak.


            • mac says:

              Poz, I have noticed something in my long studies of history. Jewish people are generally smarter than the non-Jews around them, and some Jews are absolutely brilliant. Those Jews who adhere to Judaism take that superior intellectual capability and use it to improve not only their own circumstances, but those of the people around them. These people are a blessing to everyone and are always and everywhere to be cherished and appreciated. Some don’t appreciate these people, but I believe their enmity to be based solely on jealousy. The Palestinians are a perfect example of this.

              The problems arise when Jewish people stray from Judaism and use their undoubted intellectual talents and capabilities in the service of secular goals. As a prime example, most of the early adherents and apparatchiks of Soviet Communism were Jews. Many Jews in the West promote secularism and the renouncing of anything having to do with religion or God. Such people too often use their intellectual brilliance to support evil goals because they have lost sight of what God wanted them to do with that brilliance. The most evil of them have completely lost any belief at all in God and are hoping to perfect man with secular teachings so as to bring about paradise on Earth. Those people have done, and will continue to do, a tremendous amount of damage because what they want to do cannot be done as it goes against human nature. Trying to force it to work only leads to great numbers of dead people.

              Long story short, Jewish people have been both a blessing and a curse to their non-Jewish neighbors, and which one of those they end up being seems to depend on how closely they adhere to Judaism. For what it is worth, I believe that if all Jews would find their way back to believing in the religion given them by God through Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Moses, the world would be blessed beyond measure.


              • In the Land of Poz says:

                That’s slowly happening through demographic change. The leftist Jews in the West are disappearing as intermarriage and assimilation cut the population in half every generation. In Israel, the left-Jewish (and Arabs) are at replacement fertility but being out-bred by the highly religious, who tend to be apolitical or right-wing.

                It is totally possible that in 100 years the Israeli Jewish population will be demographically and politically dominated by traditional Orthodox Jews, who will have voted for a sort of Jewish Sharia. If it goes on long enough they might go all the way and rebuild the Temple, returning to the ancient historical status of Judaism as the state religion of a Jewish theocracy. Trump’s peace brokering is speeding this along, in a way.


      • luke says:

        Yep absolutely


    • John Fabre says:

      I agree.
      Ex 32:7-10

      Liked by 1 person

      • lgstarr says:

        John Fabre – the website you refer us to [] has this on the front page: “The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit Ignited Subversive Fire in Minneapolis” which is flat-out, in-your-face ANTI-SEMITISM!!!!!


        • rpcoastie says:

          Oh my goodness, is that RACIST, too! LOL. Get off your high horse and remind yourself who are, the 17 angry Democrats from Brooklyn, Lawfare, the Impeachment managers, the Impeachment prosecutors, the Impeachment witnesses, Schumer, Schiff, Nadler, Rosenstein, Horowitz, Blumenthal, Feinstein, Bloomberg, owners of the news media, tech billionaires and the 90% who according to Milton Himmelfarb earn like Episcopalians and vote like Puerto Ricans!


          • In the Land of Poz says:

            If you only notice and count the Jews, everything will look like like a Jewish problem.

            There is no question that Jews are over-represented in leftism and leftist Jews (like other affluent and educated white subgroups) are even more overrepresented at the top levels of leftism. Radical movements, whether in Cuba, Cambodia or the USA are always run by an educated, wealthy or otherwise privileged elite leading a much larger number of proles so of course in America it’s more Jews at the top and relatively more blacks among the soldiers. (This is ignoring the sane Jewish loyalists who are also highly over-represented among influential Trumpists like Miller and most of Breitbart; let’s just talk about the left.)

            Impeachment was Ciaramella, Hill, Vindman, and Atkinson, plus some testimony from State Department gentiles (Yanukovitch, etc). That’s 1 out of 4 or less, and less than that if you start counting politicians.

            Coup was Glenn Simpson + wife, Steele, Brennan, Clapper, McCain/Graham, McCabe, Strzok/Page, Ohr + wife, Yates, various Obama WH people, many FBI people (heavily Catholic) — basically a long parade of Gentiles got it up and running before any Jew got involved. Rosenstein and Horowitz are ambiguous and fit the classic pattern of weak or compromised Jewish functionaries, but even if you count them as coup plotters, it is still an overwhelmingly non-Jewish operation.

            The Mueller investigation 17 Democrats had a high proportion of Jews, about what you would expect in DC DOJ. But again we see what I described above, that immigrants have been replacing Jews, and “ethnic” Catholics also serve much the same role. Weissmann is from an old and assimilated German-Jewish American family if I remember correctly, and Rhee and the several Indians involved typify the immigrant replacement.

            You will see the world more accurately if you form the narrative around the facts and not the other way around.

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    • Ploni says:

      וְגַם עֵרֶב רַב עָלָה אִתָּם וְצֹאן וּבָקָר מִקְנֶה כָּבֵד מְאֹֽד׃
      And a Mixed Multitude went up also with them; and flocks, and herds, and very many cattle.
      — Exodus 12:38

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  2. OffCourseNation says:

    Clearly, The FBI is the World’s Premier Criminal Organization. Hand’s down.

    Number One! Number One! Number One!

    Liked by 19 people

  3. Dale says:

    Great interview. How much will it take to push Sullivan to say uncle ?

    Liked by 5 people

    • Rhoda R says:

      It will take more than an interview that won’t be seen by very many people. All the DC lefties are giving him moral support.

      Liked by 1 person

    • WhiteBoard says:

      sullivan cant say uncle – to far.

      he can turn witness. but thats only if he is needed as one. I don’t believe him being a wintess is necessary with the evidence obtained.


  4. Deborah Fehr says:

    whats so maddening is this is wide open, for everyone to see, and these guys are walking around like no big deal…I mean this is infuriating..are all these guys above the law? I think so.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Trygve says:

      I guess they think they’re the virtuous ones. The ends justify the means. Orange man bad. So….
      And, these virtuous ones are in control of the DOJ, FBI, CIA, the media… we’re pretty much hosed?

      Liked by 1 person

    • OmegaManBlue says:

      McCabe is even suing the FBI for his firing.


      • regitiger says:

        and a judge has ruled mccabe can receive discovery material.

        this has the POTENTIAL for real conflict.

        will the DOJ fight this?

        will the DOJ produce material that …ooops. leads to damning evidence to support indicting McCabe? others.

        a man can dream right?

        Liked by 2 people

    • deplorableintx says:

      That’s the plan to demoralize those of us who aren’t in agreement with their deception. They want us to stop caring about what they’re doing. Stop paying attention to their actions. Throw up our hands and stop fighting/resisting their evilness. It’s hard, very hard, but we have to continue to demand that they be held responsible. It we don’t, then their evil will be fully let loose.

      Liked by 1 person

  5. Walt says:

    How come every couple of weeks we get “Explosive Evidence” but the only person in jail is the kid from the Kenosha incident?

    Liked by 22 people

    • Ken Lawson says:

      Because that’s how much power the Deep State has.

      Liked by 8 people

    • evergreen says:

      Group-think in the enforcement ranks nationwide.

      Bureaucrats have a modus operandi, and avoiding paperwork jams is high on the list. A bureaucrat has a job as long as the state and municipality remains solvent, which means as long as the taxpayers keep forking over dough, which means for all practical purposes…forever (disregard national credit crunch related bankruptcies, we’re talking in the main). The primary concern of a bureaucrat is the boss. If the boss is happy and doesn’t hassle, then life may be boring but the paycheck is secure. If the boss is not happy, then the bureaucracy knows how to play the hassle card and it invariably involves paperwork.

      The boss gets unhappy when her boss is unhappy, and when the mayor is catching #*^&* from all corners, she’s unhappy, and let’s everyone else know it. Then come the demands to make the unhappiness go away. If the actions of a bottom-feeder bureaucrat, typically an employee who deals directly with the public, have created the stir, then the unhappy executive pronounces the undisciplined employee to be a problem, and the bureaucratic persecution ensues. After a few cycles of this phenomenon, the lowly employee learns what management “really” wants–although sometimes management comes out and proclaims it, usually to buy off the marauding hordes of leftists jamming them up. The end result is that top municipal management aligns its priorities to match to vocal populace, which is practically always leftists. Ergo, policies of enforcement are in concert with leftist preferences.

      So, why do rioters rear down statues and throw bricks at police while the police duck and cover? Commies. Why do law-abiding citizens who end up cornered and repel their aggressors get prosecuted? Commies.

      It’s a very simple, very strong power play. Learn it. Understand it. If we end up there, it’s how we will become the East Block someday.

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      • highlander says:

        See 50-page report entitled “Insurrection & Violence, A Citizen’s Guide” published by/available at written by Rich Higgins and Stephen Coughlin for the real skinny on what is going on in our streets right now… In depth discourse on the “North American Insurgency Syndicate” NAIS. Make your hair stand on end….this thing is enormously well-organized, of long-standing, multi-leveled, has many fascistic/evil-intentioned groups participating…. Fully intends to overthrow our government….
        This paper gives enormous insight into what we are up against.

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  6. Leon Brozyna says:

    Guess we’ll have to wait until next week to see what (if anything) Sullivan does … dragging it out and out and out.

    Sidney has such patience … I’d have blown all my fuses by now and gone to SCOTUS demanding resolution.

    Liked by 5 people

  7. Beigun says:

    The stench of the “Banquet of Sedition” carries far and wide. Those that inhale the dream of power usurped become themselves most corrupt and foul. Once the plot of sedition unfolds, all will see the sedition in full sight. While painful, the removal of sedition from the body politic is critical to ensure the Republic.

    FCC licenses pulled for “collusion” by “meddling” in the 2016 election…bye-bye CNN.

    Liked by 16 people

  8. Elric VIII says:

    Obama’s Operation Hammer gathered dirt on everybody involved – everybody. They must either play along with the Leftist narrative or get hammered.

    Liked by 3 people

    • WhiteBoard says:

      Simple to dismantle –

      ready? –
      …… russia infected a virus into our sureveillance database – and inserted deep fakes.

      … all digital data is unreliable and tainted as fraudalent.

      —–We long longer can trust our database – and have deleted and shut it down.

      ——-A new one has been put online and it is only accessible by NSA and request from sister agencies.

      Liked by 2 people

      • WhiteBoard says:

        Sorry – Missed the Point – in case S. Harms gets me =)

        – no blackmail – because blackmail is now sold to the public as russia deepfakes infected via virus ( any idea of Obama having blackfiles is irrelevant in the public arena; real investigations are done privately in the DOJ so no innuendo can be used to threaten)


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    • mickjt says:

      Gathering Dirt on political enemies started long ago…it was perfected by J Edgar Hoover, the Cross Dressing FBI Director. Hitlery then took up the challenge…remember the FBI files she had that magically appeared in the White House. The Deep state has been using these tactics since they realized no one was watching…and here we are.
      Until all of them are in PRISON for LIFE, no one will be safe!

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  9. Talkofthetown says:

    Will we ever see anybody out side of Washington prosecute, Washington? It’s always the same people over and over agin. Love Sidney, yet nothing about the coup,the whole process. Ps and Qs.

    Sucks, Sydney love ya! Be the one to say Fugg it!

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  10. Tiago says:

    Sidney Powell is an American Hero!

    Liked by 21 people

  11. lambgraham says:

    Tom Fitton, Sydney Powell and Grenell may have saved the Republic by exposing the corruption in the FBI, DOJ, and State Department. Where Barr-zini has failed they have given President Trump plenty of ammo for the Tuesday night debate.
    It was Barr-zini all along.

    Liked by 5 people

    • regitiger says:

      dont forget Sundance.. respect where it is truly deserved!

      and nunes..

      and radm rogers

      warriors all..respectable…honorable.

      when this is close to “over”, I’m steadfast to see sundance recognized by President Trump.

      it matters. talent like this must be acknowledged.

      heroes still exist.

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  12. Liz Macdonald does a great interview and Sidney never disappoints. She asks the right questions and gives plenty of time for the answers.
    As far as what we have learned in the last few days about the FBI thugs with badges- it seems the more we find out the less likely the criminals are to get punishment. It just keeps getting worse, even when it seems impossible that they could go lower.
    Doofus Wray has a LOT to answer for.

    Liked by 13 people

  13. RJ says:

    You might wish to dust off your copy of Hegel’s writings. The liberal period just might be swinging away to the conservative period, signs are everywhere!

    Liked by 7 people

  14. auscitizenmom says:

    I am so glad to read this.

    Liked by 3 people

  15. Jederman says:

    Any comment from shifty schiff?

    I wonder if pelosi knew this was coming out and backed away from her threatened, second “impeachment” debacle because of it.

    In a normal world, with an ethical, professional press this would have legs and real journalist might be curious about pelosi and schifty’s reaction.

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  16. Dude, if they knew they were compromised prior to those insurance policies, they can be nullified. There’s two things insurance companies do well:
    1. Manage risk
    2. Get around paying out claims that are questionable.

    These agents had sovereign immunity. Who wants to bet the policies were cheep based on the assumption that that veil would not be pierced?

    I hope we have an insurance expert here on a branch to outline the possible scenarios regarding these policies.

    Liked by 9 people

    • somebodysgramma says:

      Exactly. Buy a homeowner’s policy, then light your house on fire… doesn’t usually go well.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Did I spell cheap wrong? Spellcheck isn’t scowling at me for either of them.


      • lumoc1 says:

        both spellings are real English language words although they have totally different meanings:
        CHEEP noun = a shrill squeaky cry made by a bird, typically a young one;verb = make a shrill squeaky sound
        CHEAP Adjective = low in price; worth more than its cost. 😎😉

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    • doyouseemyvision says:

      Interesting article on some conditions that would void a malpractice insurance policy.
      1. Not advising the insurance company at the time you anticipate a problem. This can void a policy.

      2. Material misrepresentation including buying the insurance knowing you will need it due to malfeasance that predated the purchase of the insurance

      3. Acting reasonably

      Click to access buckstops.pdf

      Then of course, if the insurance company is anti-Trump and wants to protect Mueller’s goons, then they would provide coverage under any scenario. We are not dealing with ‘normal’ here.

      All courtesy of the taxpayer.

      Liked by 3 people

      • MNslacker says:

        Yes indeed! As a recovering actuary, it is true that insurance policies issued to cover intentional fraud cannot be valid. That’s like insuring your home, burning it down on purpose, and then expecting the insurance company to cover your rebuilding costs.

        I just wish the lawyers involved in this could be disbarred. For life. They are a menace to their profession, let alone society at large.

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    • mickjt says:

      Sovereign immunity only works if what they did was ‘LEGAL’ and we are seeing it was not. They are all toast, now I wish Barr would get off his lazy behind and hang a few of these scum so the rest will start singing!

      Liked by 2 people

    • mr.piddles says:

      Can a Government Employee even get “professional liability” insurance?

      That doesn’t make sense to me. They’re not operating as a “professional”, they are employees. And Corporations and Corporate honchos would get covered by Directors & Officers and other liability policies.

      But a Government Employee? Doesn’t make sense to me.


    • bowhuntrpa says:

      Professional Liability Insurance for this crowd………………….must be a heck of a premium.


  17. hyacinthclare says:

    This is Sundance’s work. Look at this. This is what he was telling everybody and we thought it had gone down the black hole.. It just took a little longer. Sundance, you are a national treasure! If you can, I hope you can accept this under the concept of “There’s no end to what you can accomplish if you don’t care who gets the credit.” Sydney is GREAT, and essential, but THIS IS YOUR WORK.

    Liked by 18 people

    • HoosierDaddy says:

      I second that opinion!!!!!


    • David M Kitting says:

      Many patriots have contributed. Every one doing what they can.
      I prefer this context: 1COR 3:5-7
      5 Who then is Paul, and who is Apollos, but ministers by whom ye believed, even as the Lord gave to every man?

      6 I have planted, Apollos watered; but God gave the increase.

      7 So then neither is he that planteth any thing, neither he that watereth; but God that giveth the increase.

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    • regitiger says:

      dances in the sun

      it is its own reward.

      I’ll admit I feel quite honored to spend so much time here…anxious every day anticipating what great works sundance will produce. it’s been one of my best experiences in my adult life to bear witbess to authentic world class journalism.

      I’ve often referred to WikiLeaks as the gold standard in raw unsalted falsifiable publication…

      but here with sundance he is pushing the envelope well above what even WikiLeaks was capable of performing.

      from now on, its not sherlock holmes or Perry Mason…its sundance.

      this ability to derive from so many complex moving parts and establish such fantastic analysis… and I’ve known quite a few intel analysts ..this is by far the cutting edge.

      “has it been sundanced”?

      that’s the new phrase…

      Sundance kung fu is very good.

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  18. TominNH says:

    How about all of us here at CTH swamp Chris Wallace with texts and emails making sure he knows his debate will be a farce if he doesn’t question Biden appropriately?! Chris Wallace can not be allowed to continue his feigned ignorance.

    Liked by 2 people

  19. HoosierDaddy says:

    So when officially can you have an October surprise? So much damning information lately, and yet this is just the prequel….

    Can’t wait! MAGA!

    Liked by 2 people

    • The Boss says:

      October 1st at the earliest.
      Then one more surprise every day thereafter.
      Cloward-Piven works both ways.

      Liked by 5 people

    • RickInHouston says:

      Personally, I think the RGB death pushed the timetable up about 10 days. The Italy thing, the Barnett transcript, the phone wipe info, the Clinton Foundation criminality… I think the drip only intensifies from here.


  20. somebodysgramma says:

    Sue every last one of their asses for everything they’ve got!!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  21. freepetta says:

    Beautifully expressed and every word 100% true!
    Time to hold these evil, corrupt and criminal people to account for the years of misery the BOGUS Obama Administration put upon General Flynn, his family, President Trump, Carter Page and the American 🇺🇸 people!

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  22. puca58 says:

    Was happy when EMac got her own show on FBN, she deserved it. More happy now to see her honest, straightforward approach to this coup & its aftermath has given people like Sidney Powell a platform to disseminate the truth. Well done Liz!

    Liked by 10 people

    • bentley1blog says:

      puca…it was nice to hear Rush yesterday mention Conservative Tree House during his radio program. He made a point of saying in so many words what a great source of information CTH was. Nice going Rush and of course a great compliment to Sundance!!

      Liked by 1 person

  23. Peoria Jones says:

    Sidney Powell on the Mark Levin radio show RIGHT NOW.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Peoria Jones says:

      Powell said that she wants POTUS to fire Wray YESTERDAY. Levin disagreed.

      He said he agrees with POTUS’s wise position not to fire Wray…yet. Said removing the disastrous Wray before the election would be an enormous political mistake. (Levin wants him fired, just AFTER the election.)

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  24. It’s not “a few bad apples”. It is systemic rot in the FBI.

    The solution is not reform, but rebuild from the ground up, and much smaller, targeted and transparent and definitely far away from DC.

    Liked by 5 people

  25. WhiteBoard says:

    Sidney if you are scanning.. Just know. We will not let Fiona escape.

    Germany no longer needs her.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. sync says:

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  27. oldjunkfixer says:

    Sidney was just on Levin and said to bring your popcorn on Tuesday’s hearing
    she also railed on firing Wray but Levin pointed out it would be too big a distraction this close to the election.

    Liked by 4 people

  28. Heika says:

    If you want a 1 minute excellent summary for your ignorant friends. This has to be it.. Thanks Jesse, well done, the master of summary

    Liked by 5 people

  29. mtnforge says:

    What is it about General Flynn they are so scared about they are still wrongly, blatantly, persecuting him. I mean you can’t make somebody more innocent and relieved of any guilt than Flynn has been.
    Serious question.
    Maybe the very KEY to everything going on with these villains and quislings.
    It has to be something like this. Critical thinking and Occams Razor points to something along this line of anecdotal assumption. It could not be more obvious without direct evidence.
    Even Sidney Powell seems vexed. Even as somebody has begun to supply jer with vast exculperary evidence. Still no key to why.
    There is a Why. The obama regime did not go after this man for fun and giggles. They went after millions, still are, of everyday American’s. But, in no instance at this level. It’s obsessive to a degree. The lightbringer is no longer POTUS, 4 years now, and still his cabal minions and sycophants are got their teeth sunk in Flynn’s arm.

    They are scared shitless by Flynn.
    Seems like as long as they have Flynn under any form of Lawfare dirty trick hold, legal or illegal upon his person, it keeps Flynn from exposing something very very bad? Something they will do anything to keep secret? Will they kill Flynn to shut him up? Is this something they all know on both sides, and that it is so explosive nobody dare utter a word?
    Why go to the serious revealing lengths to create an unheard of excuse to deny Flynn his total given exoneration?

    Nothing else makes any sense.

    Now take it to another level, how it is most intriguing how there seems there is no mention discussion or reason why they obama regime went after Gen. Flynn. Absence of something terribly important to an issue is sometimes proof itself.

    Of course there is the patently obvious potential political reasons in general, why Gen. Flynn is a target of such ruthless cunning corrupt persecution, Flynn is a Trump associate.
    This is not descriptive of the obama regime’s specific interminable motives to inhibit and imprison Gen. Flynn. To keep him locked in a legal limbo.
    Interesting how NOT, any evidence has been exposed to date why Flynn was selected and tried under the vast array of false charges made from whole cloth. Only the known fake made up reasons of collusion with Russia. Which is an excuse that shows up in everything…everything…Mmmmm?

    I think it isn’t too much of an assumption to state this is not the methods, vast resources, the amount of money, never mind the criminal potential for getting caught and sent to prison, lose everything, home, lively-hood, property, spend life behind bars for these high crimes and yes treason, this level of effort is not wasted on frivolous run of the mill political figures.
    Something really particular is behind such a vast completely corrupt effort of the power and influence of the out of control federal government brought to bear against one man. A man who has by all evidence led an honest life with a career spanning decades as a solder of the highest warrior virtues, an impeccable record of admirable character.

    At this point, I have this hunch the truth why they went after Gen. Flynn is the singular key feature in everything.
    Like maybe General Flynn knows specific things nobody who would reveal these things knows. Very dangerous things.
    Things that bring down people in very high places, many people, and their life’s efforts, generational interests.
    When you use extortion and threats of bodily and economic harm on a man’s family, his children, your after something very important, things short of homicide, there is something either feared like nothing else or of such value to you, you see the ends justify the means, by any means.

    It is Flynn who has “The insurance policy”, that this is what the two lovebirds are discussing in their texts?
    Why Flynn has not been given the Seth Rich and Andrew Breitbart dirt nap?


    • Zy says:

      Biden must know, good question for the debate.


    • gary says:

      you think flynn isn’t watching his back,front and sides? hard to get near someone who is more dangerous than you are.


    • jbowen82 says:



    • resolute says:

      Keep in mind that Flynn was a part of the Obama administration as head of DIA, the Defence Intelligence Agency. He was vocal within the administration, criticizing Obama’s middle east policy. This criticism of the Mocha Messiah, along with detailed knowledge of the inner workings of the administration, plus the ultimate betrayal, his joining the Trump administration, made him a target. He must be punished for wandering off the plantation.


    • regitiger says:

      you should read flynns book.

      you should watch some of the speeches that Flynn delivered as DIA CHIEF while in the Obama ADMINISTRATION.

      you should do a bit of research about why obama had him fired as DIA.

      When you have done these things…you have most of your questions resolved.

      spoiler: flynn has direct knowledge of several frauds commited by obama AND hilary AND biden. material record knowledge of the incriminating least six instances where drone strikes were directed to take out journalists and others whobhad becone liability for Obama and company. flynn also knows about the corrupt details about thebRussia “reset” BS.

      When trump picked him up as NSadvisor that created sincere panic also among the corruptors who were illegally spying on trump and had fraudulently framed up a Russian puppet and financial ties narrative. Flynn would ultimately KNOW with his expert level experience WHO was dealing dirty and he is no bill barr. he had stated multiple occasions his high priority was cleaning house with the IC.

      trillions at stake. Flynn represented a clear and present danger to these criminals..

      it WAS a CIA op!


      acting to destroy Flynn and take him out of the game…

      this chess match is still open.

      it will not end in a draw…

      the stakes are enormous to the secret police spy state.

      just about every corrupt entity has a position to protect.

      Flynn directly threatened all of that.

      Liked by 5 people

  30. Sunshine says:


    Liked by 1 person

  31. bshaw7369610 says:

    I wish a good guy would surface to help our side. Right now, besides PDJT, there’s nobody charging into town on horse back with the cavalry in tow to save the day. Nobody is sacrificing It all for the cause of good, the cause of what is right, and the cause of honesty. Are there no good men or women left in this world willing to risk everything for the sake of this great nation???

    Right now all we have is Sundance, PDJT, and a thesaurus full of memes. I just can’t believe someone mixed up in this whole thing hasn’t seen enough and is willing to say enough is enough.

    God please send us an angel/warrior/saint/good human. We need it now more then ever. And please protect this person in their mission. This country is on the brink. Half the people have lost their collective minds.

    Lord hear my prayer.


    Liked by 2 people

    • ncfarmgirl says:

      I’ve prayed the same thing. Charles Colson in the Nixon White House went to prison before he became a “good guy”, and I doubt he was ever as dirty as today’s Dems. I can’t think of anyone on the dark side now who shows any redeeming qualities so far, but I know the Lord works in mysterious ways.


  32. islandpalmtrees says:

    I wonder if someone has checked to see who-else purchased this kind of insurance in the government at about the same time frame? It would make for some interesting questions.

    Liked by 2 people

  33. 123 456 says:

    Obama was all smiles and appeared very relaxed when he was President. If you look at him today he is very serious and not smiling anymore. Shouldn’t the roles be reversed. I mean, if you finished your 8 years as President you should be relaxed and glad it’s over because it’s such a strenuous job.

    Liked by 4 people

    • islandpalmtrees says:

      The greatest protection a criminal has, is his anonymity. Expose his acts of corruption, you destroy his protection.


    • nobama says:

      Maybe the difference is because obama is a narcissist and when he was president he was on the top of the world and everyone had their eyes on him now hes a nobody like everyone else. That would make someone like him pretty miserable Id bet.
      The best thing you can do to a narcissist is completely ignore them. Takes the wind right out of their sails.


      • 123 456 says:

        Narcissist he is because he was hand raised for the job as an outsider but was never told how to exit after the job was done. I think it was supposed to be wonderful and beautiful.
        His job certainly didn’t end there as he may have thought…. because of Trump.


  34. laeagle says:

    Very telling to revisit the outrage of the holier than thou Democrat Senators when Barr testified on April 10, 2019 before the Senate Appropriations subcommittee that the Trump campaign had been spied upon.

    Sen. Warner’s (D-VA) reaction that Barr’s spying comment “almost seems to be endorsing one of these theories that has been debunked time and time again” takes on a new light given Sundance’s revelations regarding the Wolfe FISA leak.

    Then there was the incredulous Sen. Shaheen (D-NH): “You’re not suggesting, though, spying occurred?” How about the deeply offended Sen. Schatz’s (D-HI): “when the attorney general of the United States uses the word ‘spying,’ it’s rather provocative and in my view unnecessarily inflammatory.” Schatz was troubled that such a scurrilous statement from Barr would be publicly aired: “I think the word spying could cause everybody in the cable news ecosystem to freak out, and I think it’s necessary for you to be precise with your language here.”

    The putrid rot of the D.C. Swamp knows no bounds.


  35. Harvey Lipschitz says:

    Is someone smart enough to explain to Sullivan that a Trump Supreme Court will tear up his orders like Nancy tears up a speech.

    Liked by 2 people

  36. CountryClassVulgarian says:

    The more I hear of the atrocities against General Flynn the more frightened I become. If they can do this to this man who is outside their reach? The man served his country honorably and THIS is what he gets?

    emmet sullivan is an evil, reprehensible creature.

    Liked by 1 person

  37. Blue Moon says:

    Remember how we racked our brains trying to find out who or what was their insurance policy? Who would have guessed that it WAS an actual insurance policy they were talking about.


    • regitiger says:

      i prefer they die before 40.

      or 49 days from now.

      ALL IF THEM.

      I’ll pass a hat around and we csn pony up from the bulldozer to push their corpses into a ditch..and 20,000 pounds of salt.

      just to be sure.

      Liked by 3 people

    • iswhatitis says:

      That’s the popular line today.

      But, I don’t think that’s it.

      I think there were both this actual insurance policy, and their “rhetorical” one (which was some underhanded bit of B.S. waiting in the wings if needed – or, as Nanzi would call it, “arrow in their quiver’).

      Liked by 1 person

  38. mr.piddles says:

    Tuesday CAN be a big day… IF…
    1.) Flynn case dismissed
    2.) Major… and I mean MAJOR… press conference with: DOJ, Powell, and Flynn
    3.) DOJ… preferably Barr, or maybe Jensen, or maybe both… outlines gross abuses of the FBI. Points out the info dropped this week showing Flynn was targeted prior to and during Weissman/Mueller.
    4.) Powell bring The Hammer Of Justice to the Obama Administration… specifically highlighting the setup of Flynn INVOLVING JOE BIDEN.
    5.) Flynn twists the knife.
    6.) Chris Wallace can’t ignore the Elephant in the room… Flynn was exonerated 8 hours earlier, and Biden himself was called out on the corruption.

    What do you have to say for yourself, Creepy Old Man?

    Add some Hunter’s-Got-A-Thing-For-Russian-Prostitutes-And-Foreign-Cash and you got yerself a Popcorn-worthy Tuesday.

    Liked by 7 people

  39. islandpalmtrees says:

    The real question right now is, will Barr step forward and start prosecuting these criminals before the election or wait to see if the efforts of the Uni-party is successful at the installation of a fake president.

    Liked by 3 people

  40. islandpalmtrees says:

    Liked by 1 person

  41. islandpalmtrees says:

    Just a reminder, take note of the date

    Liked by 1 person

    • bowhuntrpa says:

      This text conversation is definitely between Stroke and Page………..”that really, really sucks” and “omg”….what grown *s man talks like that?


  42. Ockham's Phaser says:

    Like the Streisand effect, I have to wonder if Sullivan’s foot-dragging and delays will generate something akin to the ‘Ginsburg effect’? ,,, particularly if Flynn is exonerated this close to the election when people are paying attention.


  43. Zephyrbreeze says:

    Sydney has faith to move mountains.

    Liked by 2 people

  44. jymmn says:

    Obama packed the Federal bureaucracy from the highest to the lowest levels. Getting rid of his corrupt henchmen will take time and effort.

    Liked by 2 people

  45. Bubba says:

    Sidney is now in way over her head at this point she was the bomber crusher lady of light up till now but now Flynn needs another lawyer to work with Sidney she’s just not cut out for this Supreme Court showdown and her media appearances no longer shock and move the ball


    • starfcker says:



    • Mortimer says:


      “She has been lead counsel in more than 500 federal appeals—350 of them as an Assistant United States Attorney and Appellate Section Chief in the Western and Northern Districts of Texas. She is a past president of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers and the Bar Association of the Fifth Federal Circuit, and a member of the American Law Institute. “


    • brutalus2 says:

      You know when you have a silly opinion like this….you are not required to share it


  46. Cogito says:

    Do you realize how inured we have become to the sordid revelations in this matter? Take a deep breath and look at what we know as if coming to it for the first time if you can… I tell you, it approaches comedy. At this point, would we be surprised to hear that FBI officials made human sacrifices to Moloch to bring a curse on Flynn? Seriously, what more would it reasonably take to make what those DOJ/FBI jerks did offensive enough to warrant a real inestigation, people being suspended, investigated, charged?

    Liked by 2 people

  47. Gary Lacey says:

    How does that work, will personal insurance keep you out of jail. if you pass GO, do you get a get out of jail free card, do you collect $200?

    Buying an insurance policy could be the most damning evidence of an illegal agenda!


  48. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    Want to thank Sidney Powell for finally getting to the bottom of a most important topic nagging at me …..and solving one of the most prevailing mysteries of our times.

    How the FBI names their cases.
    As Former Director Comey bemusedly answered in testimony ‘lo these 3 years ago:
    (@ 2:49:00 mark)

    Comey: “There’s an ART and a SCIENCE to how we come up with CODENAMES to cases, they assure me it’s done RANDOMLY…sometimes I see ones that make me smile….I can ASSURE YOU that the name was not selected for any nefarious purpose or because of any timing on the investigation.”

    The ART and SCIENCE of FBI Codename Selection
    (as told by “The Great Luuvers” Strzok & Page)
    Page 32 text messages

    PS: Crossfire Latitude?
    LP: Ooh. I like it.
    LP: Why Latitude (other than it sounds badass, and you came up with it 🙂 )
    PS: Trying to think of something loosely military, without being obvious
    LP: Crossfire YUUUUGE. Though we may save that for the man, if we ever open on him 😉


  49. lambgraham says:

    More evidence that Barr-zini is dirty cop.
    In addition to ;
    1- Restrictions on rules of evidence
    2- Not going after political figures ,Biden, Obama, and. Clinton except (Steve Bannon)
    3- Refusing criminal referrals on Comey and McCabe.
    Barr-zini does not squeeze Clinesmith on signing off on National Security Letters which allowed the FBI to avoid a judges approval to gather information.


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