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August 3, 2020

         "This comes after the news last week that Ron Johnson and the Senate Homeland Security Committee approved 35 more subpoenas. Johnson is digging deeply into “the FBI’s probe into the Trump campaign and transition officials.”


Lindsey Graham is Now Granted the Power to Drop the Hammer on the Obama Administration

The Senate Judiciary Committee just gave Lindsey Graham broad power to “subpoena former Obama administration officials,” about the Deep State Obamagate roles they played to overthrow President Donald Trump. The committee voted along party lines to allow the to South Carolina republican to drop the hammer on the conspirators.

Liberal media outlet Axios is terrified that the committee gave Senator Graham that much power, noting, “Graham now has sweeping authority to subpoena documents and more than 50 individuals related to the Russia investigation, including former FBI director James Comey, former CIA director John Brennan and former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper.”

This comes after the news last week that Ron Johnson and the Senate Homeland Security Committee approved 35 more subpoenas. Johnson is digging deeply into “the FBI’s probe into the Trump campaign and transition officials.”

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From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon8/6/20 5:38 AM 
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August 6, 2020

Media Silent As Christopher Steele ‘Hero’ ‘Spymaster’ Narrative Crumbles

With such shoddy information collection and analysis methods, there was never any reason to give credence to any of the salacious allegations in the dossier. That didn't stop corporate media.

It turns out Christopher Steele wasn’t 007.

For years, the media assured Americans that the dossier alleging treasonous collusion between Donald Trump and Russia was based on the scrupulous work of a mastermind British ex-spy and his vast network of credible and well-connected sources spread throughout Europe. It wasn't true.

Steele did not personally collect any of the factual information in his reports. The “vast network” was instead a “social circle” of an American-based former Brookings Institute junior staffer, recently identified for the first time as Igor Danchenko. The friends didn’t have well-documented claims so much as rumors, drunken gossip, and outright brainstorming, conjecture, and speculation. Even that information was “multiple layers of hearsay upon hearsay” before it got to Steele, who then hyperbolically overstated it. And the damning claims of “collusion” appear to have been scandalously misattributed or invented out of whole cloth.

With such shoddy information collection and analysis methods, there was never any reason to give credence to any of the salacious allegations in the dossier, whether it was claims of secret deals with Russian oil concerns, secret meetings in foreign capitals, prostitutes urinating on Moscow hotel room beds, files of compromising information, or the careful cultivation of Trump, yes Trump, into the most effective Russian agent in history.

The media have a problem, then, given that they repeatedly led viewers and readers to believe Steele was a master spy. They can almost get away with ignoring the recent news that once again shows their previous reporting was catastrophically wrong. In fact, some media outlets did just that.

But after breathlessly reporting — day in and day out for years —  what they claimed were important updates buttressing Steele’s collusion narrative, they can’t completely hide the on-the-record revelations showing how the collusion narrative was invented and used to undermine the Trump campaign and administration.


The Times begrudgingly admits late in the story that “[t]he Steele dossier was deeply flawed,” and that “Danchenko’s statements to the F.B.I. contradicted parts of the dossier, suggesting that Mr. Steele may have exaggerated the soundness of other allegations, making what Mr. Danchenko portrayed as rumor and speculation sound more solid.”

It’s a remarkably dry way to describe the seriousness of the wrongdoing.


From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon8/6/20 5:58 AM 
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August 6, 2020

         Comey did NOT go rogue. Comey was following his orders. Obama's deep state WANTS you to think that Comey went rogue. Why? Because if Comey went rogue, that means that everyone else was a straight arrow. About Ex Obama Attorney General Sally Yates. Durham already knows everything about Sally Yates, and as signatory on two of the four Carter Page spying warrants, she may be in big trouble. So what can Yates say to take some of the heat off Obamam's Deep State, where she can lie but still sound reasonable enough to probably protect her from prosecution? She can say, "Comey went rogue." Comey is obviously being thrown under the bus, but Comey was already under the bus, and, from what I understand, I would think his only chance of being saved, is if Joe Biden wins. Therefore Comey can be used sacrificially.


Gregg Jarrett: Sally Yates says James Comey went 'rogue,' but she was just as unscrupulous

Like Alice in Wonderland, Sally Yates embraces a contorted view of reality

Sally Yates, who served as Deputy Attorney General during a critical period as the Russia collusion hoax evolved in 2016-17, trashed fired FBI director James Comey during her testimony Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee. 

She readily agreed that Comey went “rogue” in his unauthorized pursuit of former national security adviser Michael Flynn.  But that, of course, was stating the obvious.  It was too easy.  Comey managed to turn himself into a human piñata when he engaged in blatant acts of corruption.

Like Comey, Yates was a model of prevarication and insincerity on nearly all other matters.  She minimized her own negligence and incompetence while blaming everyone else. Some of her testimony was factually wrong and demonstrably so.


Declassified documents recently made public show that the FBI debunked the dossier a mere four days after Trump was inaugurated. The primary source for the information, Igor Danchenko, advised Comey’s FBI that it was nothing more than multiple hearsay and unreliable fables gathered from “random associates” and his drinking buddies.

If Yates had done her job conscientiously, she would have known this and tossed the dossier in the nearest garbage can. On Wednesday, Yates still refused to admit that the dossier was “junk.” She admitted that all the errors and omissions identified by the DOJ’s Inspector General were “unacceptable.”

Yet, she was the one who accepted them without question. So much for diligence or responsible leadership. 

The most stunning moment during Wednesday’s hearing occurred when Yates asserted that Flynn was not truthful with the FBI when he was questioned about his conversations with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. That was a lightning bolt of myth and mirth. 

Did Yates ever speak with the agents, Peter Strzok and Joe Pientka, who interviewed Flynn? Did she even bother to read their report?

A summary of their conclusions in an FBI memo declares the following: “Strzok and (redacted FBI agent) both had the impression at the time that Flynn was not lying or did not think he was lying.” The two agents wrote that Flynn “did not give any indicators of deception.”

Yates, who was not present when Flynn was interviewed, now claims that Flynn lied –“no doubt” in her mind, she said. The two agents who actually conducted the interview confirmed that he did not. Yet, Yates somehow knows better?

Like Alice in Wonderland, Yates embraces a contorted view of reality. She refused to concede obvious truths, diminishing her own credibility. For example, secret government recordings of Papadopoulos’ conversations with an undercover informant do not constitute “surveillance” in the twisted world inhabited by Yates.

She also insisted that wiretaps on Page did not qualify as surveillance of the Trump campaign, since Page was a “former” adviser. This was ludicrous since the warrant Yates obtained allowed the FBI to access communications retroactively into the campaign.  Yates was counting on the senators not knowing that.  They did not disappoint.

The most laughable canard peddled by Yates came as she refused to admit any bias on the part of FBI agents. Really? How about the agent who fraudulently altered an FBI document so as to hide exculpatory evidence while incriminating Page in one of the warrant applications signed by Yates?

What about all the profanity-laced tirades exchanged by Strzok and his lover Lisa Page directed at the very man they were investigating, Donald Trump?  No bias there, claimed Yates.


Yates trashed Comey for going “rogue.”  But the record is clear -- so did Yates. Both are equally unprincipled and unscrupulous. Their mutual goal was to wreak havoc on the incoming president and generate a public scandal that would damage Trump. Sadly for the nation and the institution of the presidency, they managed to accomplish it.


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Senator Graham Questions Former Obama Attorney General

             Sally Yates At Hurricane Crossfire Hearing


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Senator Josh Hawley Questions Former Obama Attorney General

               Sally Yates At Hurricane Crossfire Hearing


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August 9, 2020


President Trump on DOJ Investigations into Obamagate: “I Do Hear It’s Breathtaking What They Found”

President Trump joined Lou Dobbs on Tuesday night.

During their conversation President Trump told Dobbs “it’s a horrible thing that took place”

President Trump: We caught them spying. Now it’s up to our Attorney General. As you know I wanted them to do it. I didn’t want to get overly involved… I do hear it’s breathtaking what they found that’s all I can say.


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August 10, 2020

        "We now know that the DOJ sent garbage to Steele that was later included in the garbage Steele dossier that Obama’s corrupt FBI and DOJ used in the Carter Page FISA warrant application providing them cover to spy on candidate and President Trump."


Confirmed: Obama’s DOJ Fed Christopher Steele Garbage Included in His Infamous Steele Dossier

On July 19th we broke the story that the Primary Sub-Source (PSS) for the Steele dossier was Igor Danchenko – the individual behind most of the made up lies in the Steele dossier.

Danchenko is the one individual those looking into the Trump – Russia collusion fraud wanted to identify – the PSS – the individual who was behind the material amount of Steele dossier lies.  The Deep State kept Danchenko’s name hidden for nearly four years.


We reported a couple days later on the relationship Danchenko had with his former professor Fiona Hill – they both worked at the Brookings Institute:

The connection to Fiona Hill is huge because it shows that Adam Schiff’s disgusting unconstitutional impeachment proceeding with his star witness, Fiona Hill, is closely connected to the Russian scandal and the PSS. No wonder the Deep State wanted Danchenko’s name hidden. They’ve kept it hidden for four years.

(Of course according to her resume Fiona Hill worked for the George Soros Open Society Institute from 2000-2006, just 13 years ago.)


Now today another bomb shell

According to transcripts from Steele’s recent court case in the UK, Steele noted that he was provided theories to add to the dossier now infamous and connected to Steele – the Steele dossier.  The information didn’t come from sources, it was fed to Steele from the DOJ and Fusion GPS, the firm paid by Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the DNC to create the dossier!

We don’t know yet if the FBI was complicit but we do know that the Steele memos were fabricated based on theories fed to Steele from at least one individual in the DOJ.


We now know that the DOJ sent garbage to Steele that was later included in the garbage Steele dossier that Obama’s corrupt FBI and DOJ used in the Carter Page FISA warrant application providing them cover to spy on candidate and President Trump.


From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon8/13/20 4:56 AM 
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August 13, 2020

         "Actually, the subsource said it was all bar talk, hearsay, speculation and conjecture, and the whole sexual activity of the president was made in jest. So they completely misrepresented to the Senate Intel Committee in 2018 what the subsource had told the FBI in 2017...Somebody needs to go to jail for this," Graham said."


Graham says FBI deceived Senate Intelligence Committee in 2018 briefing on Steele dossier: 'misled the hell out of them'

Graham called for people to be prosecuted over what he called 'a second crime' after the FBI misled the FISA court

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham said on "Sunday Morning Futures" that the FBI deceived his counterparts in the Senate Intelligence Committee during a 2018 interview on the investigation into Russian election interference, citing a newly released document he obtained through the Department of Justice.

According to Graham, R-S.C., the Senate Intelligence Committee in 2018 called the FBI to testify on the reliability of the notorious Steele Dossier. The dossier was pivotal to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrants the bureau obtained for former Trump aide Carter Page as part of its "Crossfire Hurricane" investigation into Russian election interference.

The senator said that the FBI told the committee there was no reason to doubt the dossier and the primary subsource that ex-British spy Christopher Steele used to put together the dossier, despite the fact the source had previously said that the dossier mischaracterizes the information he gave Steele.

"It was Horowitz, during his investigation of the warrant application, found information in 2018 where the FBI was called on the Senate Intel Committee because people were getting suspicious about the subsource ... at the Senate Intel Committee level and the FBI was sent over to brief them," Graham said. "And they did to the Senate Intel Committee what they did to the FISA court. They misled the hell out of them. They said there's no evidence from the subsource to suggest that Steele fabricated anything in the dossier."

In one line, in the document released Sunday, the FBI said that "[a]t minimum, our discussions with [the primary subsource] confirm that the dossier was not fabricated by Steele."

Graham added: "Actually, the subsource said it was all bar talk, hearsay, speculation and conjecture, and the whole sexual activity of the president was made in jest. So they completely misrepresented to the Senate Intel Committee in 2018 what the subsource had told the FBI in 2017."

Documents recently released by the Senate Intelligence Committee indicate that as early as December 2016 there were strong doubts about the reliability of the Steele Dossier. As the FBI and CIA worked together to create an Intelligence Community Assessment (ICA) to present to President Obama, those in the CIA camp, according to the now-declassified interviews conducted by the Senate Intelligence Committee, worried that the FBI was playing up the Steele Dossier too much.

A statement from former CIA Director John Brennan in the Senate report said that "[i]nitially the FBI wanted it incorporated into the assessment itself." Brennan continued that the CIA did not want to incorporate the intelligence but that "Jim Comey made a very strong case, which we didn't object to, that it needed to accompany the assessment because it was related to the issue, and we didn't know where the FBI's investigation was as far as some of those things."

But Graham Sunday railed against the FBI for allegedly misrepresenting what the Steele subsource told it in 2017 to the intelligence committee a year later. He said people should be prosecuted over it.

"Somebody needs to go to jail for this," Graham said. "This is a second lie. This is a second crime. They lied to the FISA court. They got rebuked, the FBI did, in 2019 by the FISA court, putting in doubt all FISA applications ... a year before, they're lying to the Senate Intel Committee. It's just amazing the compounding of the lies."

Graham said that he was not sure who specifically briefed the Senate Intelligence Committee on the subsource, but swore he would write to current FBI Director Christopher Wray to get to the bottom of the situation.

"I'm gonna find out who did that briefing, and whoever it is, they're in trouble," Graham said.


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August 14, 2020

        "The president concluded that this was the “political crime of the century.”


President Trump Says Obama and Others Probably Guilty of Treason

Following a scare at the White House where the Secret Service had to evacuate the briefing room as President Donald Trump spoke to reporters, the president asserted that the Barack Obama administration may be guilty of treason.


Discussing surveillance crimes committed by the former administration by Obama’s, President Trump said that “the Obama campaign spied on our campaign and they’ve been caught.”

“Now lets see what happens to them,” the president continued. “They have been caught. They have been caught red-handed. It’s probably treason. It’s a horrible thing they did.”

Trump added that “they used the intelligence agencies of our country to spy on my campaign and they have been caught.”


Trump listed people who were involved, including President Obama, Joe Biden, James Comey, John Brennan, James Clapper, Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.

The president concluded that this was the “political crime of the century.”


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August 14, 2020

        “Kevin deeply regrets having altered the email,” Shur said. “It was never his intent to mislead the court or his colleagues..."

        Of course not...poor baby. The takedown of the Deep State has now officially begun.


Ex-FBI Lawyer to Plead Guilty in Durham Probe

WASHINGTON — A former FBI lawyer plans to plead guilty to making a false statement in the first criminal case arising from U.S. Attorney John Durham's investigation into the probe of ties between Russia and the 2016 Trump campaign.

Kevin Clinesmith is being charged in federal court in Washington and is expected to plead guilty to one count of making a false statement, his attorney Justin Shur told The Associated Press.

The case against Clinesmith is likely to be cheered by President Donald Trump and his supporters as they look to the Durham investigation to lift Trump’s wobbly reelection prospects and to expose what they see as wrongdoing as the FBI opened an investigation into whether the Trump campaign was coordinating with the Kremlin to sway the outcome of the 2016 election.

The Durham investigation, which is also examining the intelligence community’s assessment about Russian election interference, has caused deep concern among Democrats, who view it as a politically charged exercise meant to relitigate an already closed investigation and fear criminal charges or public reports issued so close to the 2020 election could be timed to affect November’s vote.

The investigation has proceeded alongside a parallel effort by Senate Republicans to discredit the Russia probe and as Attorney General William Barr has escalated his own criticism of the FBI's probe.

Barr foreshadowed the legal action in a Fox News Channel interview on Thursday night in which he said there would be a development Friday that was “not earth shattering” but would be an indication that the investigation was moving along.

Justice Department policy directs prosecutors not to take investigative steps for the purpose of affecting an election and frowns upon taking public actions in the weeks before an election. But Barr has said he did not feel constrained by that policy in part because the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, former Vice President Joe Biden, is not a target of Durham’s investigation, and Barr has signaled that he will look to make Durham’s findings public before the election.

Clinesmith was referred for potential prosecution by the department’s inspector general’s office, which conducted its own review of the Russia investigation.

That review found that the Russia probe was opened for a legitimate reason and did not find proof of political bias, but it also concluded that the FBI made significant errors and omissions as it applied for secret national security warrants to eavesdrop on former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.

Specifically, the inspector general accused Clinesmith, though not by name, of altering an email about Page to say that he was “not a source” for another government agency. Page has said he was a source for the CIA. The Justice Department relied on that assertion as it submitted a third and final renewal application in 2017 to eavesdrop on Page under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.

Clinesmith told the inspector general that from his conversations he did not understand Page to be a source, or a “recruited asset,” or to have a direct relationship with another government agency. But that relationship was seen as something important to disclose to the FISA court, especially if Page was being tasked by the government to have interactions with Russians.

“Kevin deeply regrets having altered the email,” Shur said. “It was never his intent to mislead the court or his colleagues, as he believed the information he relayed was accurate, but Kevin understands what he did was wrong and accepts responsibility.”


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