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Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Boo-freaking-hoo

I don't think the FBI understands that nobody gives a quantum of a damn about what they happen to think regarding the upcoming release of information concerning corrupt and criminal behavior on the part of the FBI:
FBI Director Christopher Wray sent a striking signal to the White House Wednesday, issuing a rare public warning that a controversial Republican memo about the FBI's surveillance practices omits key information that could impact its veracity.

The move sets up an ugly clash with the President who wants it released.

"With regard to the House Intelligence Committee's memorandum, the FBI was provided a limited opportunity to review this memo the day before the committee voted to release it," the agency said in a statement. "As expressed during our initial review, we have grave concerns about material omissions of fact that fundamentally impact the memo's accuracy."
We don't care about your "grave concerns" because you're a bunch of corrupt Deep State swamp creatures. At this point, literally every single FBI document ever written should be declassified and released to the public.

I expect most criminals have "grave concerns" about their behavior being investigated.

This isn't that hard. Release the memo. Then release all of the supporting documents. Then release all the information about the full extent of the corruption and criminality that has been kept hidden. The intelligence agencies and all their handwringing about how this will make their job harder is irrelevant. They are no longer worthy of the public trust and their concerns and their protests should be completely ignored.

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Anonymous Napoleon 12pdr January 31, 2018 4:05 PM  

Translation: The FBI is terrified that people will start digging deeper...and will find out that they have been bent for much longer than anyone has been willing to admit. This isn't a matter of a handful of corrupt political appointees, it's a culture of using surveillance powers for political purposes that goes back to J. Edgar Hoover.

Blogger James Dixon January 31, 2018 4:09 PM  

> The intelligence agencies and all their handwringing about how this will make their job harder is irrelevant. They are no longer worthy of the public trust and their concerns and their protests should be completely ignored.

They haven't been worthy of the public trust for decades now.

Anonymous Reenay January 31, 2018 4:14 PM  

Who watches the watchmen?

The answer: those the watchmen watch over.

Blogger steve brown January 31, 2018 4:21 PM  

Vox, exactly.

Anonymous Brick Hardslab January 31, 2018 4:25 PM  

Who knows? This is CNN it could all be fake news. With CNN I never assume that they are mixing some truth in with their lies anymore.

Of course, Trump could declassify it himself and all supporting documents. That would provide all the, 'context' the fbi is so concerned about.

Anonymous Grayman January 31, 2018 4:26 PM  

This web is so tangled we are going to start needing realtime block flow diagrams of who is investigating who in what department for which crimes. Bring on the #STORM

Anonymous Grayman January 31, 2018 4:27 PM  

@5 Brick

Of course, Trump could declassify it himself and all supporting documents. That would provide all the, 'context' the fbi is so concerned about.

The LULZ if he did that would be epic.... Hey FBI you are concerned about missing info? I declassified ALL OF IT, just for you.

Anonymous C. M. Burns January 31, 2018 4:30 PM  

Release the memo. Then release all of the supporting documents. Then release all the information about the full extent of the corruption and criminality that has been kept hidden.

Then release the hounds.

Blogger Noah B The Savage Gardener January 31, 2018 4:31 PM  

Fake News today: The memo is incomplete and inaccurate!
Fake News tomorrow: Releasing the supporting documents is reckless and proves Trump is colluding with Russia! He's giving them our secrets!

Anonymous Andrew E. January 31, 2018 4:33 PM  

Fake news. Wray or Official FBI did not say this. Comey or McCabe probably called it in to their media hacks themselves.

Blogger Longtime Lurker January 31, 2018 4:37 PM  

The Trump Administration has Five Days to decide whether to release the HIC memo. If it fails to release the memo for whatever reason, then the full House must vote to release the memo. Gut Check Time is nigh.

Anonymous Aeoli Pera January 31, 2018 4:38 PM  

Then release the hounds.

Release Breivik! He dindu nuffin anyway, he was goana college down the street and those cops attacked him for NO REASEN.

Blogger Nate73 January 31, 2018 4:42 PM  

Did the FBI ever have the public's trust? Hoover was blackmailing everyone with everything back in the day.

Blogger James Dixon January 31, 2018 4:43 PM  

> Wray or Official FBI did not say this

The Hill is saying it's a public statement by the FBI. Take that for what it's worth. The original story claiming Wray had asked that it not be released seemed to come from that paragon of accuracy, the Washington Post.

Blogger James Dixon January 31, 2018 4:45 PM  

> The Trump Administration has Five Days to decide whether to release the HIC memo.

Trump will release the memo. Don't worry about it.

Anonymous deplorable me January 31, 2018 4:46 PM  

Regarding the FBI/DOJ/NSA/Swamp/etc., I'm a bit conflicted about the correct course of action.

Should we raze the building and salt the earth, or salt the earth and raze the building? I know that tar and feathers play a role, along with lamp posts and GITMO ... maybe Elon Musk's flame throwers could be worked in somewhere (keep the tar nice and warm) ...

Blogger Chris Mallory January 31, 2018 4:47 PM  

If we didn't have the FeeBI, who would entrap barely functional retards into trumped up terrorism charges?

Shut down the FeeBI and every Klan group in the US will lose it's leadership and 2/3rds of the members.

No FeeBI would mean a drastic shortage of women and children burned to death or shot by snipers.

Blogger mark auld January 31, 2018 4:49 PM  

This is either the beginning of the purge, or a cruel hoax meant to dissuade us from the fight; I choose door #1.

Blogger Salt January 31, 2018 4:49 PM  

"As expressed during our initial review, we have grave concerns about material omissions of fact that fundamentally impact the memo's accuracy."

Okay, fine. Don't be coy, release the material omissions also.

Blogger Welsh Woodsman January 31, 2018 4:50 PM  

Seriously? The last I knew we didn't elect the FBI to run the country. What is about that place that the minute anyone gets hired there they immediately become rabid agency loyalists. The veneer of respectability is long gone. Time to disband it - entirely - and send everyone home. Honestly the only major crimes this rouge group of criminals have "solved" have been those that they have created. They are so proficient at it - they have turned false flag operations into an art-form.

Blogger Michael Maier January 31, 2018 4:53 PM  

I hate this fallen world. So much for Judge Nap's "The FBI is full of men of integrity" bullshit.

Blogger James Dixon January 31, 2018 4:54 PM  

> Should we raze the building and salt the earth, or salt the earth and raze the building?

Nuke it from orbit. It's the only way to be sure.

Blogger Lazarus January 31, 2018 4:55 PM  

FBI/George Webb - Effectiveness Comparison Infographic

Anonymous basementhomebrewer January 31, 2018 4:55 PM  

They are no longer worthy of the public trust and their concerns and their protests should be completely ignored.

This right here! Any cucks running around worrying about tarnishing the FBI by releasing the information are out of touch. If they really cared about the credibility of the agency they would do a document dump of all the corruption that has been going on for decades. Then shut it down, fire everyone (maybe keep the people who corrupt employees constantly whine about in internal communications) and start over. At this point that is the only way to get the credibility back.

Anonymous BBGKB January 31, 2018 5:09 PM  

I hope they release the MLK surveillance also for black history month while they are at it.

Anonymous Napoleon 12pdr January 31, 2018 5:10 PM  

I'd shut the FBI down. The working-level field agents can probably be salvaged, but they need to be dispersed as individuals among the successor agencies. The FBI needs to be called out as a rabid dog agency...and put down as such. Kill the institutional culture.

Anonymous tublecane January 31, 2018 5:11 PM  

@1-Hoover is tempting to cite, because who even remembers what the agency was like before him. Plus, despite the fact that mankind has possessed surveillance powers since time immemorial, he presided over a period during which technology made it both easier and more sophisticated.

However, let's not forget his predecessor was accused of covering up the Teapot Dome scandal. Corruption probably goes all the way back. (That man, William J. Burns, famously cleared the guilty-as-sin Leo Frank in the infamous murder of little Mary Phagan, as a private detective in the pay of who knows what dark forces. Or maybe none at all. Anyway, he couldn't have been very honest.)

Anonymous Looking Glass January 31, 2018 5:12 PM  

Caught on twitter someone pointed out that "editing 302s" is probably the catastrophic disaster about to unfold. Basically, since the FBI only keeps notes, editing Interview Notes to change things puts every Process Crime the agency has touched up for Appeal.


@16 deplorable me

Borrow one of Elon's rockets and use a kinetic impactor to level the area like a nuke hit it (but without the fallout). Then raze it. Then salt the earth.

Just to be sure.

Blogger Akulkis January 31, 2018 5:14 PM  

And BATF is even worse.

Blogger Jack Ward January 31, 2018 5:16 PM  

#8 Mr. Burns
I believe I must stand with Burns, reference the hounds.

Blogger Noah B The Savage Gardener January 31, 2018 5:18 PM  

@24 A document dump like that would cause unprecedented chaos and taint every federal prosecution that's happened in the last 100 years or so. I'm not saying it shouldn't happen, just that it's going to be a Category 5 shitstorm.

Anonymous Looking Glass January 31, 2018 5:19 PM  

In utterly unrelated news, the Trump administration has removed the order to close GITMO and paved the way for adding more people.

https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/presidential-executive-order-protecting-america-lawful-detention-terrorists/

"Military Tribunals" is the name of the game. Hehe.

Actually not related, but Leftist Twitter was actually in full on "the train is fine" mode after the GOP accident. We mock them for it, but, well, they really were going there.

Anonymous tublecane January 31, 2018 5:20 PM  

"The move sets up an ugly clash with the president who [presumably] wants it released"

What "move?" Sending out a "striking signal?" By which they mean Wray apparently trying to cover his agency's you-know-what in the inevitable instance that the me no is released bad embarrasses the FBI. Maybe, *maybe* attempting to deter Trump from releasing it before they can get things redacted.

That constitutes a "move," in their terminology? Well, I suppose.

This does not set up an "ugly clash." Trump would win the clash before it starts, because he has all the authority. After the memo is released, no one will listen to the FBI saying it's incomplete or misleading. Or rather the MSM might listen and repeat, but no one else will care. So again, no ugly clash.

All the ugliness will fall upon the DOJ.

Anonymous tublecane January 31, 2018 5:23 PM  

@19-Yeah, if their concerns are "grave," we must release the full story, with underlying evidence. Lives are at stake!

Anonymous O.C. January 31, 2018 5:23 PM  

If only Al Capone had thought to express his "grave concerns" about his ledgers being released...

Blogger Robert What? January 31, 2018 5:25 PM  

The worst part of it all is that these people are paid with our tax dollars, paid by coercion.

Anonymous Homer J. January 31, 2018 5:26 PM  

Remember when the FBI were the Female Body Inspectors? They had a lot more integrity back then.

Anonymous tublecane January 31, 2018 5:29 PM  

@21-Bear in mind, the only way a "storm" happens is if there's a substantial force within the Permanent Government on America's side. We wouldn't be getting the information we already have or are about to have without *some* men of integrity within federal law enforcement.

This whole show to some extent has to be behind-the-scenes Spy vs. Spy stuff playing out in public. Same way I think Hoover--say what you will about him--must have been behind McCarthyism. He got sick of seeing pinkos in the executive bureaucracy get away with it, and used a populist senator to try to go over their heads.

It only worked a little, and McCarthy has been "blacklisted by history" because the wrong guys mostly won, but it happened. And this is happening now.

Blogger RobertT January 31, 2018 5:30 PM  

I hope Trump doesn't back down or allow a bunch of redactions.

Blogger Cataline Sergius January 31, 2018 5:33 PM  

The move sets up an ugly clash with the President who wants it released.

The clash is already underway. It started when the Bureau's leadership decided to overthrow a lawfully elected president.

The pattern of attack was pretty clear early on. Rumors of an investigation of White House people is leaked to the press. FBI official initiates meeting with White House official to say that the rumors are utter bullshit. White House official sighs and says, "good to hear. Could you tell those jack-wagons that?" Indicating CNN.

"Um, I'll have to check, you know how it is with with stuff," FBI official would reply with an embarrassed Washington shrug.

"Fine do what you can. It's appreciated, we are up to our eyes here," says the White House official.

The next thing the White House Official knows, there is a leak coming out of the FBI claiming that the White House Official in question is pressuring the FBI to say there is no investigation. There is then an intimation that there is indeed an investigation.

This happened with McCabe and Reince Priebus and with Comey and President Trump himself. The end result was Sessions stupidly recusing himself, which cleared the decks for Rod Rosenstein to appoint Mueller as Special Counsel.

Anonymous tublecane January 31, 2018 5:42 PM  

@28-That's the sort of thing that makes me want to laugh in the faces of people who think conspiracies are impossible because they'd have to be too big, or whatever. But human beings have fail-safe cover-Up instincts built into their brains. For instance, if FBI agents being exposed as untrustworthy might (just "might") put into doubt a significant number of cases, *of course* regular company men would want to shut down possible exposure.

They wouldn't even need to think it through consciously. They'd metaphorically see no evil, hear no evil were the very possibility to raise its head. Because it's a frightening possibility. Utterly frightening, if you care about the status quo.

Which I don't, at least about the FBI's credibility. But I can see the argument in other contexts. Even Hollywood gets what this is about. I was watching a t.v. show featuring a detective expecting promotion to captain soon, who stumbles upon the fact that a public defender had been abusing drugs. Against the wishes of the department, she works back over the lawyers' cases, eventually freeing like 20 people for inadequate representation and whatnot.

Which of course the brass didn't like. No promotion for her. If it had been something more important than one lowly public defender's failings, they might have assassinated the detective. Who knows?

Anonymous Looking Glass January 31, 2018 5:44 PM  

@36 tublecane

They'll never say it, and I have no clue who "they" are in the case, but some faction was clearly planning a military counter-coup that was going to be needed in a few years. When your Military starts doing things "off the books" that win wars, you've clearly entered another realm of control of the government.

It's why this stuff looks so weird, in many ways. While the Swamp is its own major system, there's a lot of factions involved. And not all Power Factions reside within DC itself. They're spread out all over the place. But, and this is probably the biggest driving factor, there are both Civilian & Military analysis of a domestic conflict within the USA. Even the dirty factions have little desire to have major cities leveled in that type of conflict.

The Mafia is amazing receptive to their cities still existing. Too many of the elites have become depraved & deranged, and we've been seeing a building reaction to it for years.

Blogger pyrrhus January 31, 2018 5:46 PM  

O/T Sh*thole cities now include Denver...http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2018/01/to_protect_illegals_from_deportation_denver_decriminalizes_pooping_on_the_pavement.html

Anonymous johnc January 31, 2018 5:46 PM  

The next thing the White House Official knows, there is a leak coming out of the FBI claiming that the White House Official in question is pressuring the FBI to say there is no investigation. There is then an intimation that there is indeed an investigation.

Probably the best path in this situation is to immediately correct the record. Full transparency hardly ever has bad consequences long-term.

Priebus should have immediately called a press conference and told the story as it happened. That would have shut down that news cycle pretty quickly.

Anonymous Ham Solo January 31, 2018 5:49 PM  

I will not be happy unless the memo is simultaneously done with several SWAT teams taking a ton of people including several high profile names into custody at the exact same time on live TV.

Anonymous Überdeplorable Psychedelic Cat Grass January 31, 2018 5:49 PM  

Noah B The Savage Gardener wrote:Fake News today: The memo is incomplete and inaccurate!

Fake News tomorrow: Releasing the supporting documents is reckless and proves Trump is colluding with Russia! He's giving them our secrets!


@9 YES!!!! I can almost guarantee that's what they'll say.

Welsh Woodsman wrote:Seriously? The last I knew we didn't elect the FBI to run the country. What is about that place that the minute anyone gets hired there they immediately become rabid agency loyalists. The veneer of respectability is long gone. Time to disband it - entirely - and send everyone home. Honestly the only major crimes this rouge group of criminals have "solved" have been those that they have created. They are so proficient at it - they have turned false flag operations into an art-form.

@20 Exactly. My friend who is an SA is a company man. Unfrigginbelievable.

James Dixon wrote:> Should we raze the building and salt the earth, or salt the earth and raze the building?

Nuke it from orbit. It's the only way to be sure.


@22 Yep.

tublecane wrote:@1-Hoover is tempting to cite, because who even remembers what the agency was like before him. Plus, despite the fact that mankind has possessed surveillance powers since time immemorial, he presided over a period during which technology made it both easier and more sophisticated.

However, let's not forget his predecessor was accused of covering up the Teapot Dome scandal. Corruption probably goes all the way back. (That man, William J. Burns, famously cleared the guilty-as-sin Leo Frank in the infamous murder of little Mary Phagan, as a private detective in the pay of who knows what dark forces. Or maybe none at all. Anyway, he couldn't have been very honest.)


@27 Let's not forget all the abuses under Mueller post 9/11!

Akulkis wrote:And BATF is even worse.

@29 Why do they even exist? If you want to regulate explosives, do that at the state level. Geez.

Anonymous Looking Glass January 31, 2018 5:50 PM  

@39 tublecane

Group protective instincts are strong. Very, very strong. It's exactly why they used the BLM to attack Police. Puts everyone on the side of the Police, right as they're pusher harder for a real Police State.

Funny, that, now isn't it?

You also highlight a classic problem where "signal points of failure" can cause massive damage. It's always bad when your system has them, but evil people will exploit them because they can get away with their abuse & others will protect them. See again the Police defending officers that really straight up murdered people.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan January 31, 2018 5:51 PM  

Supposedly that Schiff character is out there doing a pre-burn saying Mooler and Rosenstein will get canned if the memo is released

I myself don't understand Schiff's angle but I'll miss Mooler if it's true

Blogger Zerk J January 31, 2018 5:52 PM  

Thou shalt not take the name of Breivik in vain!

Anonymous tublecane January 31, 2018 5:57 PM  

@28-Perhaps the most famous excerpt from the Strzok texts has him saying:

"there are VERY inflammatory things in the 302s we didn't turn over to Congress (because they weren't relevant to understanding the focus of the investigation)..."

Which I interpreted as a lie, and that if Congress had the evidence in hand they probably would find it relevant. But I didn't know what a 302 was, exactly, and didn't have your Nightmare Scenario for the FBI in mind.

Perhaps this is what you're talking about, however. Though it didn't directly fall under Congress' focus, if turning them over might give away the game about FBI agents routinely doctoring their notes, that would be "VERY inflammatory."

Anonymous VFM #6306 January 31, 2018 5:59 PM  

Clinton lackeys always have "grave concerns." I think it is because they are concerned about graves for some reason.

Anonymous tublecane January 31, 2018 6:18 PM  

@48-That text, by the way, I believe relates to the FBI's notes taken regarding the questioning of Hillary during Email-gate.

Anonymous Looking Glass January 31, 2018 6:37 PM  

@50 tublecane

The circle of corruption in the FBI didn't realize they were being actively monitored by another agency, so they caught issues relating to more than just the Hillary case. That's probably the biggest bombshell. It might not seem like much to most others, but if they can taint every single high-level case the agency has handled under Comey/McCabe...

For the FBI & DOJ, it will be a "Nightmare Scenario".

https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/01/31/robert-mueller-requests-postponement-of-general-mike-flynn-sentencing/

That's the tip of the iceberg for cases that might be blowing up.

Related, anyone think Nunes saw himself talking communicating about his kids soccer practice or something akin to that, which is what really got him so peeved about all this? There's a personal dimension to everything he's been up to, specifically.

Anonymous kfg January 31, 2018 6:44 PM  

Make the Obama administration transparent again.

Drain the files!

Blogger Lazarus January 31, 2018 6:56 PM  

National Freedom Day tomorrow.

Would be a good time to release the memo, would it not?

Anonymous Elder Son January 31, 2018 7:11 PM  

What is about that place that the minute anyone gets hired there they immediately become rabid agency loyalists.

Cops? In suits?

Anonymous Precious January 31, 2018 7:13 PM  

Does anyone follow USNJack on twitter? He believes Trey Gowdy announced he won't run for reelection so that he can position himself as non-political and then defend Mueller and the FBI.

Blogger Cetera January 31, 2018 7:16 PM  

Precious wrote:Does anyone follow USNJack on twitter? He believes Trey Gowdy announced he won't run for reelection so that he can position himself as non-political and then defend Mueller and the FBI.

This wouldn't surprise me at all. Gowdy is a swamp-creature, a swamp thing, through and through.

The caveat I would add to this, though, is I really think Trump is actually flipping most of the GOPe. I think Paul Ryan is fully onboard, finally. Peter King made extremely strong comments in support of the memo too. Is he just hopping on the strong horse for now, or is he seeing and understanding and choosing to stand? Not sure.

But I don't trust Gowdy. Not one little bit.

Anonymous Kyle Kiernan January 31, 2018 7:38 PM  

Given several different incidents:
-Clintons and their possession of FBI files long ago
-Hillary's totally vulnerable email server which probably offered a breach into numerous government systems
-DNC congressional IT Pakistani team
-(incidents that have yet to come to light)
Does it really matter if the memo or the Storm compromise FBI or Intel methods and sources?
This is about as covert as the Washington monument.

Blogger Rough Carrigan January 31, 2018 7:39 PM  

Gowdy's behaved like controlled opposition for a while now. For all of Gowdy's occasional tough talk he did *nothing*. Meanwhile Devin Nunes was doing real work to hold the swamp creatures to account.

I fear that we're going to find something very very unsavory in Gowdy's past has been held over him.

Anonymous A. Reader January 31, 2018 7:47 PM  

As Louise Mensch has shown us, only the Grand Marshall of the Supreme Court has authority in this case, NOT Drumph! This is basic common law according to the Napoleonic Code. I suspect the Sergeant-at-Arms will arrest Drumph soon for treason and then try him in a standard grand inquisition star chamber appellate. The crime for treason under NCC-1701 is death via drawn and quartering. This is basic U.S. Law!

Blogger roughcoat January 31, 2018 7:48 PM  

Yep, Gowdy's been all bark no bite for a long time. IIRC he very suddenly turned milquetoast, but I can't remember over what. I can only assume the guy is compromised somehow and his handlers gave his leash a nice hard yank to get him back in line.

Blogger Silly but True January 31, 2018 7:53 PM  

Only crooks as stupid and corrupt as the Clinton cabal would try to pass off as independent corroborating evidence to Steele, a second report by Cody Shearer, the only thing even possibly more shady than what's already gone on.

Anonymous Precious January 31, 2018 7:54 PM  

Louise Mensch is a lunatic.

Anonymous Longtime Lurker January 31, 2018 8:27 PM  

Silly but True mentioned Cody Shearer. The Secret King is strong in that particular Clinton minion.

I should know. Cody tried to get me fired from my university job back in the day after I invited him to get the hell out of my office. He failed.

Anonymous Brick Hardslab January 31, 2018 8:55 PM  

Here's what the feebs will say about release of the original documents, "release of such information will compromise intelligence gathering sources and methods."

The problem with that is if fusion, Steele, and fake dossiers are our sources and methods we ought to pack it in and just buy our intelligence from our allies. If this is standard we have no business involving ourselves in something as serious as intelligence. We should lay our happy Disney fantasy cards on the table and let adults handle it. We can stick to reading texts, emails, and catfishing our pseudo bombers.

Blogger Triple_Scoop January 31, 2018 9:01 PM  

Waiting this long to release the memo has allowed the Deep State to settle upon a coordinated narrative. The lackey press will run with this statement to paint the document as a lie and that will dominate coverage once they finally release the damn thing.
No big deal. The God Emperors next attack will be to call them on their bluff, and release everything he can. Give the FBI exactly what they want.
And yes, don't trust Gowdy. All noise and posturing, no results. Actually, you might say he has been quite successful at appeasing his supporters while the Deep State swamps on.

Blogger Cetera January 31, 2018 9:06 PM  

roughcoat wrote:Yep, Gowdy's been all bark no bite for a long time. IIRC he very suddenly turned milquetoast, but I can't remember over what. I can only assume the guy is compromised somehow and his handlers gave his leash a nice hard yank to get him back in line.

It was the Benghazi thing. That's how we finally knew Gowdy's true colors. I can't 100% remember the details, but I'm pretty sure it was during the private Clinton interview, Hillary said she wiped her server, and that was it. He barked and barked about Benghazi, then said there wasn't anything there after that closed-door interview, and let Clinton off.

He then increased his wealth massively over the next few years. He went from being worth ~$165k in 2014 to a net worth of ~$4.5mil today.

Blogger Lazarus January 31, 2018 9:09 PM  

@64
Waiting this long to release the memo has allowed the Deep State to settle upon a coordinated narrative.

Doesn't matter. The memo is just an appetizer. The upcoming OIG report is more important.

Some people think it will give reason to institute martial law in order to deal with the disruption.

Time will tell.

Blogger Jeff aka Orville January 31, 2018 9:35 PM  

@66 Yes. EO from 12/22 and then the next from 1/29 seem to be escalating towards a full on declaration of martial law. Rumors are that the next EO will be huge.

Anonymous Looking Glass January 31, 2018 9:44 PM  

@67 Jeff aka Orville

Not martial law, just War Powers stuff. The Trump Admin can basically grabbed anyone on the planet, say they're involved in Human Rights Abuses or War Against the USA, and either drone them or put them in GITMO. We told the idiots that leaving that power in the hands of the executives was wrong. They never thought it'd be used against themselves. "These people are stupid", natch.


@66 Lazarus

Yup. It's really "building a storm" of attacks. If you try to bust through one defense, they can circle the wagons and defend that. But, if you make them play defense on 1000 fronts, they'll collapse & run.

It's also really important to remember: once one of the big networks is broken, there are 100s of scores to "settle". Swamp vs Swamp actions could get interesting.

Blogger tuberman January 31, 2018 9:49 PM  

Been following all this closely, seems like Trump giving the Left more rope, as usual.

Train wreck near where? Hmm, seems like we've heard of that town before, setups? False flag? MSM gets to avoid talking SOTU, and make train jokes? All just a coincidence, I suppose, yet there are no....

Anonymous Tsalal January 31, 2018 9:54 PM  

@Looking Glass

"They never thought it'd be used against themselves. "These people are stupid", natch.


It's also really important to remember: once one of the big networks is broken, there are 100s of scores to "settle". Swamp vs Swamp actions could get interesting."

Forget the Swamp factions, plenty of citizens will have cause to shoot them dead on sight. "I was in fear for my life, my children's lives, my neighbors!" Pick your reason, 9/11, Pizzagate, etc. The WORST President Trump could do is pardon them all and have them retained within our borders because the rest of the world declares them persona non grata. (hehehehehe).

Blogger Jeff aka Orville January 31, 2018 10:16 PM  

@68 Q is online now https://qcodefag.github.io/ and what he's saying backs up your comment. War powers. Crush. Kill. Destroy.

Blogger tuberman January 31, 2018 10:32 PM  

So the train was taking the GOP to a safe place before DOD?

The EO is cool!

Blogger Lazarus January 31, 2018 10:42 PM  

71. Blogger Jeff aka Orville January 31, 2018 10:16 PM
@68 Q is online now https://qcodefag.github.io/ and what he's saying backs up your comment. War powers. Crush. Kill. Destroy.

I was told the only secure site is https://8ch.net/greatawakening/index.html

Not only that, when I try to access https://qcodefag.github.io/

all I get is a blank white expanse of nothing.

what is the secret code?

Anonymous Strome January 31, 2018 10:49 PM  

They had Carter Paige dead to rights. Not getting a FISA warrant would have been gross negligence. He's a traitor.

Anonymous Looking Glass January 31, 2018 10:50 PM  

@72 tuberman

While "Day of Days" has a lot of references, the D-Day invasion is the first that comes to mind. The entire Left & Deep State are going nuts right now. And it's JUST the Memo. We aren't even getting the files this is all based upon.

I'm reminded that we, only recently, got confirmation that Oswald was a CIA asset, at one point, and the FBI/CIA acted very hard to torpedo any real investigation into the JFK assassination. Yet, somehow, that's barely even interesting at this point. That's how nuts this is about to get, but the big hammers aren't even out yet.

We're going to get something like the "Church Committee" to look at the FBI/DOJ, I imagine. That's a few innings from now, but that seems one way to slowly rake the entire previous casts over the coals for years.

Anonymous Gen. Kong January 31, 2018 10:57 PM  

Slight OT, but It don't feel so damned good to be a banksta, at least in Zurich. Crazy Days and Nights, indeed.

Anonymous Looking Glass January 31, 2018 10:58 PM  

One thing to keep an eye out for the Memo when it drops is other avenues we really haven't considered. What about Federal Judges caught in this? CJ Roberts isn't quite safe enough to say they threatened his family over the King case (the "Obamacare is a tax" one), but we might get there.

Any leads to UraniumOne will also be important. That really is key. The point was to move HEU to enemy actors. They were laundering American Uranium to NK, Iran and whoever else has a nuke program that wanted it. That's why those EOs matter. Anyone involved can be whisked away to GITMO.

Anonymous Mike Rock January 31, 2018 11:11 PM  

https://qcodefag.github.io/?

It's going nuts now!

Blogger tuberman January 31, 2018 11:11 PM  

75. Looking Glass

When McCabe stepped down Comey sent out a Tweet as a warning to him to keep his mouth shut, and also seemed to activate some sleeper cells, according to Q's opinion. I think some counter cells were activated tonight, but not sure.

Besides this, in the early part of the SOTU speech Trump said that Congress getting rid of the Bad actors in all of government was critical. The suggestion was that this needed to happen soon.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan January 31, 2018 11:12 PM  

Clapper on CNN blurted out information that might have meant that the FISA tap goes back to when Trump won the GOP nomination

Anonymous Mike Rock January 31, 2018 11:14 PM  

Look for Adam Shiff to jump out of a basement window and strangle himself on his pantyhose....oh my.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan January 31, 2018 11:19 PM  

Wray coming out against release is odd since yesterday at conservative tree house they wrote that a top official from the FBI vetted the memo for accuracy and found it so

Blogger tublecane January 31, 2018 11:19 PM  

OT: I just learned MN representative Jason Lewis suffered a concussion in that wreck. He was a conservative-libertarian talk show host, and the last political commenter I could stand on AM radio. Not in my district so I couldn't vote for him. But the attack ads against him last election were hilarious.

Whatever else he is, Lewis is definitely not a swamp creature.

Blogger tuberman January 31, 2018 11:25 PM  

Expect more FF, "Tomorrow Freedom Day."

Blogger tuberman January 31, 2018 11:26 PM  

The train, of course, was a FF.

Blogger James Dixon January 31, 2018 11:30 PM  

> Train wreck near where?

You weren't supposed to notice that little detail.

> Look for Adam Shiff to jump out of a basement window and strangle himself on his pantyhose

I can't say I wouldn't enjoy hearing that.

Blogger tublecane January 31, 2018 11:32 PM  

@Lookin Glass-Anything less than another Church Committee AND a retroactive Watergate on Obama/Clinton would leave me disappointed.

Anonymous ZhukovG January 31, 2018 11:34 PM  

@A. Reader: No, President Trump can only be tried under NCC-1701 for violation of the UFP Prime Directive of Non-Interference.

Anonymous Looking Glass January 31, 2018 11:36 PM  

@82 Mr.MantraMan

Never underestimate the power of Kayfabe. Wray needs to play his part in all of this.

Also, Clapper "noped out" of a lot of this scheme early on. He's not going to let others take his hide down with them, which has actually meant he's been a useful confirmation tool for a year now.


@79 tuberman

They are definitely doing the 2nd Order "how's the weather?" communication stuff. They've known for a bit, especially when the OIG investigation went public, that they've all been under surveillance. By this point, they're probably talking in euphemisms about going to be the bathroom.

the .io link requires turning on the scripting in Brave, btw.

Only slightly related, but something struck me when talking about the HEU and UraniumOne. Libya gave up their Nuclear Weapons Program in the mid-2000s. All of it was quietly exported to Oak Ridge and then decommissioned. That nuclear plant wasn't fully Libyan. It was a Libya + Egypt project.

Funny thing, within 8 years, the Obama Administration would overthrow both governments. The lesson, we thought, was never give up your nukes. What if the lesson is, "go against the Club and we'll destroy your country"? What if, rather than "No Nukes -> Globalists Destroy You", it is actually, "Don't do what Globalists want -> They Destroy You"?

That casts a lot of post-Cold War Geopolitics in a very different light.

Anonymous Andrew E. January 31, 2018 11:49 PM  

Well according to Q from just now, Trey Gowdy was being blackmailed and is now free from that as well as all other generally "good" guys in Congress as of the SOTU last night.

Blogger Gordon Scott January 31, 2018 11:59 PM  

Who was the train engineer? If it's a certain blonde former MP with a history of Class A drug use and who has interviewed the Dark Lord, then, we know they were trying a false flag in order to silence Jason Lewis. And that would be an accomplishment, as he can talk over anyone.

Blogger bob kek mando January 31, 2018 11:59 PM  

59. A. Reader January 31, 2018 7:47 PM
The crime for treason under NCC-1701 is death via drawn and quartering. This is basic U.S. Law!



Sovereign Citizen vs Admiralty Law? nice Star Wars reference, by the way.

Blogger Gordon Scott February 01, 2018 12:07 AM  

And here's the real thing: all of these senior House Republican retirements are intended to give Jason Lewis a path to the leadership. Remember, the accident happened in West Virginia. That's next door to Virginia, where the CIA is headquartered. Remember, Jason Lewis ran for congress once before, in, you guessed it, Colorado! Tell me that isn't something ominous. Worse, he was endorsed in person by none other than former CIA head George HW Bush! And yet he still lost. I wonder how many FBI agents were forced to eat their 302s after that fiasco. No wonder W Bush was forced to appoint Mueller to run the bureau. They needed someone who was onboard, and they could always hold his affair with Louise Mensch over his head.

Blogger tublecane February 01, 2018 12:13 AM  

@GordonScott-Yes, I remember his show used to open with Poppa Bush's voice repeating his name, "Jason Lewis-Jason Lewis-Jason Lewis..." over and over before launching into Frankie Lane's "Blazing Saddle."

Blogger tuberman February 01, 2018 12:17 AM  

Andrew E. wrote:Well according to Q from just now, Trey Gowdy was being blackmailed and is now free from that as well as all other generally "good" guys in Congress as of the SOTU last night.

No wonder I couldn't figure Trey Gowdy out. Although, it was stated earlier that some were under extreme press in various ways.ure

Blogger Robert What? February 01, 2018 12:24 AM  

Even if this all comes out and is as bad as we think, unfortunately the worst that will happen to any of these traitors is forced early retirement with full pensions.

Anonymous Andrew E. February 01, 2018 12:27 AM  

Even if this all comes out and is as bad as we think, unfortunately the worst that will happen to any of these traitors is forced early retirement with full pensions.

And military tribunals. So that'll be cool.

Anonymous Andrew E. February 01, 2018 12:33 AM  

Q confirms just now that train with GOP today was under White Hat drone surveillance when dump truck was spotted. Train engineer warned and that's why collision occurred at relatively slow speed. Confirmed earlier by Q as a false flag attempt. Also, the Greenbrier Resort in WV also has a security bunker for government officials. GOP there under guard by loyal USMC.

Anonymous mm February 01, 2018 12:33 AM  

Jan 31 2018 23:17:25
Q !UW.yye1fxo ID: e2ade3
231625
>>231205
Coincidence?
USMC on guard.
Q



Jan 31 2018 23:18:49
Q !UW.yye1fxo ID: e2ade3
231651
POTUS is safe.
Protected by PATRIOTS.
Q

Anonymous europeasant February 01, 2018 12:43 AM  

It seems so hard to believe.

But as I remember a long long time ago.

I remember a long time ago about 1966 or so. Two young kids about 20 or 22 stopped at my house. I was about 16 at the time.
My parents who spoke broken English, told me that earlier,while shopping at Belmont and 1st avenue, two young men stopped by as my parents were leaving the shopping center. They said that my parents damaged their car. My parents said that when they parked at the shopping center there were no cars on their left and right. My parents don't lie, I would know right away.
Anyway, now there are two policemen at the door. They were dressed in Chicago blue and white police uniforms. They even parked what looked like a real police car across the street. The bell rang and I went to see who it was. I opened the door.
Before they could speak I asked for their names and badge numbers. They promptly turned around and disappeared forever into the ether. I actually should have asked what they wanted but I figured that first I needed to know their names. My mistake for scaring them off.

Anonymous Looking Glass February 01, 2018 12:49 AM  

Greenbrier has a secure location, as it's classically the bug-out location for the FedGov from the Cold War days.

Though it's nice to see overflight is standard procedure these days.

Anonymous m February 01, 2018 12:50 AM  

Jan 31 2018 23:23:55
Anonymous ID: 5648a9
231746
>>230980 (last bread)
>Obviously the train slowed down so must have been warned…

I think it was warned.

Helicopter surveillance saw the truck and warned the engineer.

I'm guessing truck was kitty korner between the crossbucks with the back end (dumpster lift hydraulics boom) facing the oncoming train.

Train hits boom, spins truck around and rips body off the cab, leaving the cab at the crossing. Train drags truck body down the tracks until the body rolls off down the embankment.

Question is, if truck tried to run crossing, why didn't occupants flee cab when getting stuck, unless train hit the truck just as it was trying to run the crossing.?

Have to figure, though, if aerial surveillance sees truck and warns engineer, the truck had to have been there for a while, so why didn't occupants flee?

If the truck was there as a plant, the only sense I can make of it is that the occupants were patsies, i.e., they were told they were only going to force the train to stop, on the idea of an antifa protest.

I don't think surveillance would see a truck headed towards the crossing and tell the engineer to brake, assuming the truck would stop on the tracks. However, it could be that the access road was closed and any traffic was regarded as a danger.

Key is how fast does an amtrak train usually go through there, and how fast was this one going. If this train was slower, then why?

Jan 31 2018 23:27:49
Q !UW.yye1fxo ID: e2ade3
231813
>>231746
Drone.
Re_read crumbs.
Q

Blogger Jack Amok February 01, 2018 1:26 AM  

Gowdy's been all bark no bite for a long time. IIRC he very suddenly turned milquetoast, but I can't remember over what. I can only assume the guy is compromised somehow

Gowdy looks gay as hell if you ask me.

Blogger Emmanuel Mateo-Morales February 01, 2018 1:31 AM  

@101

You ever listen to Sessions? That's some Kentucky Fried Marketing accent there it's so over the top! Now, boy, I say, boy! XD

Blogger Noah B The Savage Gardener February 01, 2018 1:41 AM  

Gowdy also softpedalled the investigation of the IRS targeting of anti-Obama groups. He's crooked and/or compromised.

Anonymous CloseHauled February 01, 2018 2:50 AM  

Gowdy also softpedalled the investigation of the IRS targeting of anti-Obama groups. He's crooked and/or compromised.

Gowdy is supposed to be going to a new role (special prosecutor?). Q hinted that a week ago.

POTUS is allegedly to have "freed" some of those compromised (via pardon?). TG> Trey Gowdy was one of them.

---
Effective yesterday, while standing under the statue of FREEDOM, POTUS FREED those ‘good’ people who are currently being blackmailed, threatened and enslaved.
Those who stood chanting “USA” were FREED.
The shot heard around the world.
TG>
WE, THE PEOPLE.
FREEDOM DAY.
LIGHT.

Q

Anonymous Icicle February 01, 2018 3:09 AM  

So the X-Files back in the 90s was right about the FBI all along?

Wow, just wow.

Blogger Emmanuel Mateo-Morales February 01, 2018 3:53 AM  

@105

Fittingly enough, the creator of that show and Alex Jones were/are buds in a sense.

Anonymous JAG February 01, 2018 4:56 AM  

The left's meme du jour is "altered memo". They are running hard with it, but it isn't working. Nobody believes them anymore beyond the corrupt seeking to profit from a leftist dictatorship, or the terminally stupid useful idiots like you find at DemocratUnderground for example.

Blogger tublecane February 01, 2018 5:04 AM  

Schiff: I requested changes be made, and some were, therefore it's lies! All lies!

Also, that comma used to be over there. So don't believe your lying eyes and ears.

Were our evil overlords always s stupid? What would that say about us?

(Of course, he's only one public face of a lesser circle. But still.)

Blogger Unknown February 01, 2018 5:47 AM  

a quantum of a damn

I suspect there's never been more than one person alive who thinks this phrase is catchy or clever. Never mind that it makes no sense: if no damn is given, why point it out? This is another form of virtue signaling.

Blogger James Dixon February 01, 2018 6:14 AM  

> Remember, the accident happened in West Virginia.

The accident happened in Virginia.

Blogger Danby February 01, 2018 9:16 AM  

m wrote:Have to figure, though, if aerial surveillance sees truck and warns engineer, the truck had to have been there for a while, so why didn't occupants flee?

If the truck was there as a plant, the only sense I can make of it is that the occupants were patsies, i.e., they were told they were only going to force the train to stop, on the idea of an antifa protest.

What makes you think the occupants were in control of the truck? Or conscious?

Anonymous Precious February 01, 2018 11:44 AM  

Gowdy is now defending Mueller and claiming that the Nunes memo is not a "hit piece" on the FBI.

Anonymous GregMan February 01, 2018 12:37 PM  

> Should we raze the building and salt the earth, or salt the earth and raze the building?

Salt the building and raze the earth. It's the only way to surely orbit a nuke.

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