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MAGA_TRUMP_MAGA 183 points ago +184 / -1

I feel like an abused woman opening the door for my boyfriend letting him in one last time because this time it’ll be different.

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KAG_FTW 57 points ago +58 / -1

Except this time it's the government forcing you to let him go another round.

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IncredibleMrE1 28 points ago +28 / -0

Stop being a battered conservative.

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Trump2024 19 points ago +19 / -0

But he really LOVES me!

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Seatacjoe 12 points ago +12 / -0

Hahahaha

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FuckingWiseCracker 3 points ago +3 / -0

...and the makeup sex is phenomenal!

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Ghostof_PatrickHenry 8 points ago +8 / -0

The timing of this announced indictment is suspect.

I suggest we keep this story on the back-burner until it actually gets somewhere. The audits are the only thing that matters right now. Everything else is noise. Proving the steal occurred also proves that a coup occurred, which exposes the criminal cartel that is now running the country.

We are getting close, and they are panicking. Keep up the fight.

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KAG_FTW 2 points ago +2 / -0

The AZ audits ended up being very good. Good call to keep focused.

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Ghostof_PatrickHenry 1 point ago +1 / -0

10-4, but I also just saw this.

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/09/25/kash-patel-length-of-sussman-indictment-indicates-more-indictments-on-the-way/

Always liked Kash, and unlike all the other ‘tick-tock’ bullshit, this speculation has tangible evidence to support it. This story has legs now, in my opinion, given this revelation.

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totovader 47 points ago +48 / -1

This time he brought flowers. Your favorite kind. He's so thoughtful. Bruises heal, but love is forever...

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Chopblock 30 points ago +30 / -0

Babe, I’ve been working on something, a report that gonna turn everything around for us — just a couple weeks, you’ll see! Just take a little of what’s in this needle, what? No, it’s totally safe, I’m saying so. C’mon just do it, we gotta. You gotta too. C’mon. Where do, you... ? No, you’re not going anywhere until we— Hey! Just relax, ok? I wasn’t gonna do anything, I’m just trying to understand why you’re refusing to listen to me! Things are gonna be different, don’t you get it? I’ve got a whole new attitu- what’s that? You bought a... a gun? And a shotgun?

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Parhelion12 4 points ago +4 / -0

Dramatize this and air it on the radio

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HOSEQ 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think you misspelled FERVOR....

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Winter_bow_huntress 26 points ago +27 / -1

Accurate AF

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Hangemh1gh 16 points ago +16 / -0

You nailed it. Nice to see how I've been feeling about Durham summed up so nicely.

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IncredibleMrE1 27 points ago +27 / -0

trust sessions

trust huber

trust wray

trust barr

trust durham <-- the fact that there are pedes stuck here still after 2+ years is just sad.

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EatingDarkness 13 points ago +17 / -4

But but we can win the midterms if we get out and vote! Right? RIGHT?

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joefreed2020 11 points ago +13 / -2

Discouraging voting is not the solution.

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MAGAnic316 9 points ago +12 / -3

Neither is voting

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Geeee 6 points ago +6 / -0

Voting is a necessary requirement. Not sufficient, but necessary.

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TruthSmash 7 points ago +7 / -0

Has anyone actually ever seen Durham? I mean, like a live human being? I only see that one (1) picture. And that's it.

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Libertardian 6 points ago +6 / -0

Trust Grassley.

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Libertardian 1 point ago +1 / -0

No, you.

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lordvon 3 points ago +3 / -0

you gotta admit, there are a lot of new damning details in the indictment that never leaked. the indictment could have not even happened but it did

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Chopblock 9 points ago +9 / -0

The Spygate case was chock full of obvious crimes, including real versions of all the fake things they tried to claim about Trump’s “team”. This indictment makes it pretty clear that Durham has approached the whole endeavor with an eye towards only looking at things he can view through a certain narrative construction, and remaining willfully blind to everything else.

It’s the famous Federal Bureaucracy of Matters patented “looking into it” scandal-burying and evidence seize-and-destroy operation, complete with a case on record they can file everything away under, to mark it ”closed”.

You can tell there’s nothing else coming because this indictment is constructed upon a narrative that works to preclude charges against other parties, rather than to expose them. And the legal penalties involved are insignificant, signaling that there is no danger to the other parties involved.

In fact, if you read it carefully you’ll see that rather than implicating the other parties, Durham goes out of his way to ascribe each one of them a justification for each of their actions other than conspiring to rig up a false investigation — essentially creating an official record that authoritatively absolves them of severe criminality. These charges work to cement the fix.

If Sussman is at fault for failing to provide notice of a potential conflict of interest, one can pretend that all the rest of what went on was merely downstream consequences resulting from poor judgements, mistakes, overzealousness, and incompetence by people otherwise acting in good faith, all stemming from a single misapprehension only caused by Sussman’s action.

Durham has spent the duration of his investigation collecting all the evidence and systematically assembling it to trace routes of cause and effect, in order to find some single point at which it all can be blamed on an ‘error’ — and this is it.

He could charge Sussman with the conspiracy to do it, which would open new pathways leading to others, for example. Instead, the charges are framed to self-resolve around a single individual.

It’s almost exactly what Mueller did, too — and Horowitz.

The truth is there for anyone who wants to look, plain as day. And the fake news narrative is firmly implanted in NPC minds, too; Durham cucking out as expected will secure the last gentle sheet-throwing over the furniture to remove any chance of accidentally forcing anyone with an obligation to do something about it from having to see it in any official capacity, because that might cause news dramatic enough to burst the NPC illusions.

Of course, in the Post-Covid Confederacy of Dunces these kind of whiskered soft touches are increasingly unnecessary — the citoyens of idiocracy have shown themselves to be impervious to all but the most painfully evident truths, so long as the TV channels keep blaring out hysterical trash uniformly.

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TrueTemper2 4 points ago +4 / -0

So eloquently well put, and spot on! This was indeed always the intention of the Durham evidence capture/burial lockdown “investigation.” Anyone actually expecting more fro this will be further disappointed.

We have reached peak corruption, where every aspect of the government has been compromised and repurposed to serve the interests of the illegitimate installed regime.

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IncredibleMrE1 2 points ago +2 / -0

If Sussman is at fault for failing to provide notice of a potential conflict of interest, one can pretend that all the rest of what went on was merely downstream consequences resulting from poor judgements, mistakes, overzealousness, and incompetence by people otherwise acting in good faith, all stemming from a single misapprehension only caused by Sussman’s action.

I was saying essentially the same thing elsewhere last night, but you put it much more eloquently. Durham is using Sussmann as a scapegoat to form the narrative that "the FBI was tricked, mistakes were made, it's not their fault" and then sweep all the evidence into the incinerator. We might see a couple more low-level lawyers get a wrist-slap, but that will be it.

The butthurt Qtards bitching about muh 27 pages of indictments tells me we are right.

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tflst5 2 points ago +2 / -0

You hit it perfectly. Think about Tony Podesta for one minute. Whatever crimes Manafort was wrapped up in, Tony was knee deep in the same. In fact, i believe Tony may have even directed Manafort's actions regarding the Ukraine. I don't believe Manafort was guilty of anything that warranted the attention he received, but why was Tony Podesta exempt from any justice? Rule for one and not the other. Two tiers of justice.

You could argue the same for General Flynn and General Miley. Flynn was demolished for a single phone call to the Russian ambassador, which was apparently misrepresented by the FBI agents interviewing him. Then you've got Miley talking to the Chinese, telling them hes going to subvert the president's authority. He isn't denying it either.

Then you've got the recent women's gymnastics scandal. The FBI decides to finally fire the agent responsible for that mess once the scandal hits the news. 1 agent.. apparently that one agent was the only person aware or assigned to this case. How many agents went looking for the noose in Bubba Wallace's garage again? So either the FBI misappropriates resources at a comical scale.. or they are covering their asses again.

The FBI and DOJ are pure political agencies at this point.

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libertyhominid 1 point ago +2 / -1

Ever heard of a superseding indictment?

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Chopblock 1 point ago +1 / -0

I used to have to explain this to Mueller-time people: they don’t debut a grand parade of arrests and trials by announcing the weakest possible case. And this indictment is written specifically to prevent that — it’s why it’s so unnecessarily long. Durham took pains to phrase all the interactions in such a way that other defendants could point to this document to get a judge to drop chargesagainst them.

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libertyhominid 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don’t agree with your analysis. Durham may not amount to much, but not for the reasons you’ve stated. All we know for sure is Durham is taking his sweet ass time bc this particular charge came just days before the statute of limitations was about to bar it.

FFS we have another indictment and the indictment itself is somehow proof nothing is happening.

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HOSEQ 0 points ago +2 / -2

Again?? Dude, your entire BOOK about this is way off...

WTF do you WANT???

A Hot war??

Americans killing other Americans in the Streets???

I ask, because THAT is exactly what your rant sounds like you are begging for...

IF that IS what you want, then LEAD THE FUCKING WAY or STFU!!!!

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Chopblock 1 point ago +1 / -0

How specifically does my “rant” “sound like I’m begging for” that, again?

Do you need to speak to the manager, ma’am?

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HOSEQ 1 point ago +1 / -0

""The Spygate case was chock full of obvious crimes.... This indictment makes it pretty clear that....The truth is there....to remove any chance of accidentally forcing anyone with an obligation to do something about it...""

This is ALL you needed to write to express your specific point of View...

Translated, you said that there is NO OTHER METHOD than the Bullet Box, to FIX the current situation we find ourselves in...

There is NO DENYING what you said, or your intended message...

Everything else you wrote, backs up these parts...

Therefore, this IS your entire message, and anyone just waking up from bed, having only a sip of coffee, is going to read it as such...

I do declare, when it comes to longwinded complaints, yours has to be one of the longest....

Next time, try to make it interesting, MAAAAAMMM!! ITS MAAAAAAMMMM!!! I know it is, and now we know how to imagine you while reading your diatribe....

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OwnaLib87 1 point ago +1 / -0

The fact that anyone gives a shit about russia gate at this point is just sad.

Things have gotten so bad in just a few short years that russiagate went from one of the biggest scandals in US history to inconsequential distraction. Just one symptom of a fatal disease.

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Klown_Kutz 0 points ago +1 / -1

You forgot 'trust Mueller'. He was 'our guy' and working secretly with Trump to expose and arrest the super secret global satanic pedophile organization operating out of the basement of a pizza restaurant.

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ObviousStatementMan 5 points ago +5 / -0

Next time will be different too.

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Grief 66 points ago +66 / -0

How about the part where they knew it was fake and continued the investigation at the FBI and White House anyways?! This isn't about the Clinton's, they can go to jail for a hundred different things. This is about the corrupt FBI and Obama needing to go on trial for Treason.

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Pepper 24 points ago +24 / -0

It seems like the indictment was written in such a way to cover for the FBI,'s incompetence, or the FBI being complicit

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JohnCocktoastin 8 points ago +10 / -2

Actually this is the world’s longest indictment for a singular charge of lying to the fbi. 27 damn pages for that. Never seen anything like it. Kleinsmith was what...3 pages? 6 max? I forget.

This is written for the media. All of the intricacies in this indictment are superfluous for the purposes of indicting the guy. Now whether the media is supposed to hype this up for more stuff to come? I don’t know. Equally likely it is to pretend the dude is doing something while going back to bed for another year and eventually fizzling out.

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Chopblock 9 points ago +9 / -0

It took 27 pages to tiptoe around without ever plainly telling the truth — like a husband explaining why he needed his secretary to accompany him to St. Vincent for business is going to go on a lot longer than it takes to say “we banged”.

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Pepper 3 points ago +3 / -0

Seems like plenty of potential fallout but only time will tell. There should be a lot of questions about the university contract, tech executive 1, internet company 1...

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lordvon 1 point ago +1 / -0

ppl thought the grand jury indictment wouldnt go through, but it did. lets wait and see what happenz

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HOSEQ 0 points ago +1 / -1

You obviously don't know squat about the methods used to make someone sing.... Go back to sleep....

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JohnCocktoastin 1 point ago +1 / -0

Clearly I know nothing, and you are the world's most brilliant legal strategist. Your response to my post was so enlightening, I have so many rabbit holes to go down now. Thank you for providing much needed context here. Your contributions are invaluable.

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HOSEQ 0 points ago +1 / -1

It isn't just One Charge.... It is Multiple Charges, and in fact it shows the connections to others, who were in on the racket.... And it shows Who Paid for it....

I'm hardly brilliant, I still use a flashlight to read my computer screen in the daytime...

But damn!! Even I cannot miss the multiple charges inferred, and the multiple connections shown, not to mention the implied collusion....

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JohnCocktoastin 2 points ago +2 / -0

You are so brilliant you can't even read a charging document. You don't "infer" charges in court, dude. The last page is what he is charged with. One count of lying to the FBI. You cannot convict someone on innuendo and inferences. There must be a specified statute. And in this document there is. Read the last page (page 27) where it says "Count One" and it goes on to describe it.

Now for those like you who aren't too bright, "Count One" means a single count. Or a single charge of violating 18 U.S.C. § 1001(a)(2). Now go change your flashlight batteries so your reading skills aren't continually compromised.

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HOSEQ 1 point ago +1 / -0

We will see...

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Equality72521 7 points ago +7 / -0

Former Presidents will never undergo prosecution. They have too much top-secret information to divulge. It would also be highly unlikely to prosecute a head of the FBI, Homeland Security, NSA, DEA or CIA. The discovery phase alone would potentially bring down the entire government structure under the weight of the crimes that would be revealed.

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HOSEQ 4 points ago +4 / -0

I thought THAT was what we wanted and was the goal...

Did it change at some point??

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Equality72521 2 points ago +2 / -0

Sure, it's the goal but it's never going to happen by relying on the swamp to drain the swamp. Those who have the power to prosecute ARE the swamp.

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HOSEQ 0 points ago +1 / -1

OOOOHHHHH....

I see now...

The swamp = Trump + Lyn + Powell +SCOTUS +Congress, + all the Alphabet Agencies + that guy walking down the road + Everyone and everything....

Say it isn't so, even my Doggo???

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Equality72521 0 points ago +1 / -1

If you can define who is part of the swamp vs who is not then you are better than me or 95% of the people here as well as Donald J. Trump.

Trump appointed Session and then fired him. He appointed Barr and then criticized him. He appointed Mattis and then criticized him. He appointed Tillerson and then fired him. We could go on and on with these.

You must be a god damned genius private HOSEQ! Oorah!

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HOSEQ 1 point ago +1 / -0

I got a damned good idea, considering I've been watching these asshats for about 30 years, of and on, but for the last 15 almost full time... And for the last 8 with Overtime....

Oh, and i'm part of a crew that has been doing this for a very long time....

Do the names, Norman Dodd, Bill Cooper, Eustace Mullins, G. Edward griffin, Charlotte Iserbyte, mean anything to you?? They do to me....

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Equality72521 1 point ago +1 / -0

Looks like a list of has-beens and dead people. So, the dead are the swamp? ok, congrats on your big discovery.

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happycamperval2 2 points ago +2 / -0

I’m hoping for the latter.

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SpaceGuardian 2 points ago +3 / -1

And that's exactly why this indictment is very important. Let's see what happens.

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Equality72521 -1 points ago +1 / -2

Not much else we can do. Durham has what appears to be a very good and clean record but 8 years ago I would have said the same of Comey, McCabe, Milley or old knife-hands Mattis.

I understand now that Government is there to protect the people within the government. Much like Human Resources is there to protect the company. But I'm always hopeful. It only takes 1 good man or woman who still has a conscience to make a difference.

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Grief 2 points ago +2 / -0

That's the point!!! The FBI and some of these agencies NEED to be dismantled. Their credibility with the American people is at zero. Staring over is the only option.

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War_Hamster 4 points ago +5 / -1

The fact that Mark Elias and his team left Perkins Coie last month makes a lot more sense now.

They were kicked out because they had become too hot to handle, perhaps?

This would imply that there is much more coming, and it most certainly implicates Crowdstrike, and that opens up a whole lot of doors.

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DaraLara 2 points ago +3 / -1

Can non American infiltrators working for foreign governments be indicted for "Treason?" Is he American or is he a foreign agent? (Saud?)

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FliesTheFlag 5 points ago +5 / -0

Good luck, they went after some Russians a few years ago under Trump, and they lawyered up and the doj/fbi backed down since they didnt want to goto discovery.

edit: fuck the sauds

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Keiichi81 1 point ago +1 / -0

Or the part where the FBI had essentially closed the investigation but deliberately kept it alive on life support through the midterms just to avoid benefiting Republican elections.

Or the part where the FBI could find no evidence to support the allegation that Trump's campaign colluded with Russia, but still specifically refused to "exonerate" him in their report.

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JustHereForTheSalmon 25 points ago +28 / -3

I'm sure it'll be riveting.

But I'm not here for entertainment, I'm here to save America and preserve our way of life, and this doesn't happen with some token indictment of a literal nobody.

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BigPanda71 10 points ago +12 / -2

This. They couldn’t even flip Kevin Clinesmith and he still got a slap on the wrist plea deal.

Sussman isn’t going to flip either, and no jury in DC is going to convict him. Tech Executive 1 won’t lose his business over the blatant misuse of non-public information. Andrew McCabe will continue to collect six figures from CNN, which is really just a payoff for all the leaks he gave over the course of his career.

No one will get punished, and the same crooked apparatus will be in place come the 2024 election. They’ll do the same things they did in 2016 and half the country will cheer them on.

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Herecomedatpresident 10 points ago +10 / -0

"The results of the election prove that the country wants more mandates!"

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IncredibleMrE1 9 points ago +9 / -0

Flipping? Lmao. Clinesmith and Sussmann are fall guys. Scapegoats. They get their wrist slaps and will be back waging lawfare in a year.

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War_Hamster 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think the timing of this, meaning they had to file before the statute of limitations expired, implies that there may be much more coming.

I'll believe it when I see it, but there's a lot of interesting implications here.

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War_Hamster 2 points ago +3 / -1

As a counter to your pessimism, may I suggest that this brings Mark Elias and his team leaving Perkins Coie last moth into a new light?

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Pepper 3 points ago +4 / -1

You didn't read the indictment did you

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JohnCocktoastin 7 points ago +7 / -0

Ask yourself why 27 pages was necessary to file a single charge indictment. Because there is no way all of that info is in this for any reason besides the media. What that means is up in the air.

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Pepe2016_ivotedfTD 2 points ago +2 / -0

The more words there are, open for interpretation.

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Pepper 1 point ago +2 / -1

It all starts with lying to the FBI and then he lays out the nuts and bolts of what the Clinton campaign was being billed for to demonstrate the magnitude of the lie.

I read how CNN spins it and I don't think the spin will work. The DNC and clinton campaign have a lot of question to answer

wasn't this indictment supposed to be forced by impending statute of limitation applying 3 years from his FBI interview sept19, or something like that?

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catsfive 3 points ago +4 / -1

Sussmann is FAR from a nobody

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HOSEQ 1 point ago +1 / -0

Are you Illiterate??? Or did you chose to ignore all the obvious connections mentioned in the Indictment???

It's one or the other, choose!!!

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JustHereForTheSalmon 1 point ago +1 / -0

Awesome, connections. The history books will forever record the cork board while the actual criminals go free.

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HOSEQ 2 points ago +2 / -0

Worst possible scenario for him::

  1. Gets full on Prosecuted, doesn't spill on anyone, goes to prison 18-24 Months, gets disbarred, and seen as a Pariah....

  2. Gets partial Prosecuted, spills a little on his Firm, goes to Prison 18 Months, Gets Disbarred, seen as a Pariah....

  3. Spills on Everyone, gives up tons of data, stil gets a partial prosecution, does 6 months home confinement, gets disbarred, seen as not only a pariah, but a Jezebel...

  4. Gets clintoncided, case stopped...

  5. Gets clintoncided, case moves forward due to all the implications in the indictment....

Did I miss anything???

But that Lawyers Office he works for is now fully implicated....

So is the mystery Tech Company, and anyone else connected to them....

Too bad we have Govt shills in here with us trying to tell us that it's a big Nothing Burger, when that simply isn't the facts....

There are still some few good people in the Marshals Office...

Lets hope it's the Marshals who take this on, as the rest are fully occupied by Chinese Operatives, or so it seems....

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FFSakeCameBack 17 points ago +24 / -7

Interesting reading, guys! Finally, we get the interesting reading we have been waiting for. I hope this interesting reading will be a warning to other evil doers!

Interesting reading! Handshakes and hoorahs all around. We did it. ...and liberty and interesting reading for all.

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IncredibleMrE1 8 points ago +8 / -0

Exactly.

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Pepe2016_ivotedfTD 4 points ago +4 / -0

Interesting!

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Deactivate_Twitter 14 points ago +14 / -0

Lock her up.

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Pepe2016_ivotedfTD 6 points ago +9 / -3

She’s currently being held at Gitmo, will be hung, and Trump is president. -Q

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AlphaNathan 2 points ago +2 / -0

I thoroughly, thoroughly enjoyed that.

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HOSEQ 1 point ago +1 / -0

Pictures or it didn't happen.....

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HOSEQ 1 point ago +1 / -0

lol.... Nice wish, but nope...

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CmonPeopleGetReal 11 points ago +11 / -0

They are gonna use this dipfuck as the scapegoat and nobody in the FBI is gonna get in trouble. "He lied and tricked us into using phony bullshit as the foundation for investigating the POTUS"

Absolute crock of shit. Watch and see

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BarackOsama 10 points ago +12 / -2

It will be very interesting to see how its ignored

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War_Hamster 1 point ago +1 / -0

New term: TBTI

Too Big To Ignore

There has to be such a thing, right?

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BarackOsama 4 points ago +4 / -0

Hunter Biden, Miley, Cages starting under Obama, Afghanistan, Spying on Trump, the 2020 fraud were all ignored

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HOSEQ 1 point ago +1 / -0

Just because it was ignored by the MSM, doesn't mean shit....

So your complaint is MOOT....

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War_Hamster 0 points ago +1 / -1

Not ignored so much as dismissed. At least so far.

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BarackOsama 3 points ago +3 / -0

Either way nothing happens

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War_Hamster 1 point ago +1 / -0

Key words being "so far".

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Pepe2016_ivotedfTD 1 point ago +2 / -1

Interesting!

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magnokor 10 points ago +10 / -0

interesting reading

They have Mark Twain for that.

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IncredibleMrE1 4 points ago +6 / -2

My palm is more interesting reading than anything from Durham that does not bring every single swamp creature to justice.

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Pepe2016_ivotedfTD 1 point ago +1 / -0

Interesting!

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catsfive 6 points ago +7 / -1

Note how the indictment mentions an unnamed Tech co-conspirator that owns three specific Tech properties. Everyone's assuming it's a Google executive, but it's not. It's Zuckerberg. Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp.

This is a huge boom that signals the traction is going

This info brought to you by the Q-tards at Http://greatawakening.win

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LostSailor 1 point ago +1 / -0

so if this was Zuckerberg why would they refer to him owning a Tier 3 ISP?

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Rusty_Bungus 6 points ago +6 / -0

If I live until 2050 maybe I'll get a chance to read the findings..

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Smurfection 6 points ago +6 / -0

Gee. I knew most of this by May of 2017. I'm still saying, we need to know why Natalia Veselnitskaya had dinner with Glen Simpson of Fusion GPS the night before she met with Donald Trump Jr, Paul Manafort and Jared Kushner. Who approved Natalia Veselnitskaya's entry into the U.S.? She had to be approved by Loretta Lynch or another DOJ deputy because she was barred from entry into the U.S.

If that thread isn't untangled and answered, Durham's report is just a cover up of the cover up.

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catsfive 3 points ago +3 / -0

Finally someone who has an inkling where this is going

  • Clineamith - nothing gonna habben!
  • Sussmann - still nothing!

And on and on it goes

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anteracorp 5 points ago +7 / -2

nothing?

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IncredibleMrE1 5 points ago +6 / -1

I don't give a fuck how interesting it is unless every single swamp creature is brought to justice. Sick of the tick tocking.

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zeeshopper 5 points ago +5 / -0

You're gonna have to wait... TwO mOrE wEeKs

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Pepe2016_ivotedfTD 1 point ago +1 / -0

Interesting!

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Aambrick 1 point ago +1 / -0

You mean the cover up of burning the evidence by using a distraction?

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conservativefrank 5 points ago +5 / -0

Aaaaaaaaaaand none of the people behind it will face justice.

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jtt888 4 points ago +4 / -0

At this point it's just a conservative circle jerk except they'll be no real climax. Liberals and normies will never know beyond a "wacky" conservative telling them. This is America.

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Brokenmatrix2021 4 points ago +4 / -0

Why ? Nothing will happen. Enough with the bullshit distractions. Fix 2020.

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Pepe2016_ivotedfTD 3 points ago +3 / -0

Two more weeks.

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Rotting_John_McCain 3 points ago +3 / -0

"Very interesting reading" and sternly-worded letters seem to be as much as we ever get.

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Crapachino 3 points ago +3 / -0

Fuck McCarthy and fuck national review. I'd rather read wapo or nyt.

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Belleoffreedom 3 points ago +3 / -0

It's a timeline (Statute of Limitations) thing:

The short of it is this: A false statement was allegedly made by Sussmann to the FBI’s then-general counsel, James Baker, on September 19, 2016. In federal law, the false-statement crime has a five-year statute of limitations, meaning it had to be charged by this Sunday (September 19, 2021). Consequently, even if Durham would probably have preferred to wait until his full investigation was concluded before filing indictments, by delaying beyond Sunday, he would have lost what appears to be an eminently provable felony charge. If he was going to indict Sussmann on this conduct, it was now or never.

It is unusual for a one-count false-statement charge, [In Federal court - my comment] which can be alleged in a paragraph, to be presented as a 27-page speaking indictment. [More like California state practice - my comment] But Durham wrote a highly detailed account of the facts and circumstances surrounding the false-statements charge. It is significant in that it tells us far more about his investigation.


What follows names names and pulls together public information, as well. It creates a narrative that is at least plausible and intelligible. It unravels the Clinton Campaign's "plausible deniability" strategy, which is essentially to use unethical lawyers to do their dirty work, and then assert client privilege as means of covering up.

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MAGAnic316 3 points ago +3 / -0

Ten years from now we’ll all be waiting cynically on Durham to release his nothingburger report on the 2021 collusion between world governments and Big Pharma.

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ScrewReddit 3 points ago +3 / -0

The only "interesting reading" that I want to read are convictions and sentencing.

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Eternal_Vigilance 3 points ago +3 / -0

Any reason why McCarthy did not outright say the tech company was running NSA query searches

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Pepe2016_ivotedfTD 2 points ago +2 / -0

Deniability?

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LosPepesContra 3 points ago +4 / -1

We already know what happened. There is nothing interesting here. He will say mea culpa and his life will be spared by the Clinton Crime Syndicate.

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Pepe2016_ivotedfTD 1 point ago +1 / -0

Interesting!

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Mrsattorney 2 points ago +2 / -0

So is Tech Executive 1 (mentioned in the indictment) Shawn Henry of Crowdstrike?

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LostSailor 2 points ago +2 / -0

That's who most are assuming. What we don't know is who the university is and what "contract" the government gave them to help with the fraud.

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Mrsattorney 1 point ago +1 / -0

Didn't Comey testify about using Crowdstrike...he referred to it as "a high-class entity."

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LawAbidingCitizen1 2 points ago +2 / -0

Be sure to drink your Ovaltine

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BlueEyedDevil 2 points ago +2 / -0

In a nutshell, then, people closely connected to the Clinton campaign use privileged access to nonpublic information for political purposes. They concoct it into a political narrative that they know is baseless but can be convincingly spun to suggest Trump is in cahoots with Putin. They then simultaneously peddle that story line to the media and the FBI — the latter of which opens an investigation of Trump because the Clinton team, in this instance Sussmann, misrepresents its intentions. Sussmann was supposedly bringing this alarming “evidence” to the FBI not for political purposes but because he and his associates were well-meaning citizens concerned about national security. Naturally in this cozy world, Sussmann is a former Department of Justice cybersecurity official who traded on his long-standing professional relationship with Baker, the Bureau’s lawyer.

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42rle 2 points ago +2 / -0

No it wont. This is no more than a classic seize and destroy move by the deep state. They will wrap things up with no further investigation just like they always do

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Farage_massage 2 points ago +2 / -0

Oooooooh!

A super interesting story!!!

That’s what we got at the end of all this? Some nobody Lawyer indictment and an interesting report?

Make sure they file it next to the Arizona audit on my reading shelf won’t you...

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LawAbidingCitizen1 1 point ago +1 / -0

My sentiment exactly

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Farage_massage 1 point ago +1 / -0

Why? The ONLY thing that matters is the indicted party. Anything else is meaningless - we know who the indicted party is - a nobody, dumbass.

Zuckerberg

I’m not sure if that’s a statement or supposed to be an answer to a question that wasn’t asked - either way, meaningless.

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freesir7 2 points ago +2 / -0

Praying Medic on Telegram suggested this is a low level charge typically seen when someone is cooperating in a larger investigation

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Crappydatum 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yet the statute of limitations ends Sunday? Nothing burger

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LostSailor 1 point ago +1 / -0

The statute of limitations ends on this specific charge. Assuming this charge is what got him to spill the beans, they needed this one to be filed in order to start the grand jury trials for the remainder.

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CharcoalWhite 2 points ago +2 / -0

I feel like the wheels of justice turn waayyyyy too slowly on one side and fast and furious on the other. Hilary herself still hasn't been indicted for shit. They impeached Trump over less and there's still a fraudulent president casually in the White House

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jimmyfoxhound 2 points ago +2 / -0

While Biden and the democrats march on destroying everything in their path we're running around picking through the rubble looking for something that is supposed to make us feel better about what is going on here??

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me-no-likely3 1 point ago +1 / -0

Traitorous commies!

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Pepe2016_ivotedfTD 1 point ago +2 / -1

Hillary Clinton is a NWO vampire loser. Trump stopped her from unleashing her skank cunt fermented dreams for at least 4 years.

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LawAbidingCitizen1 1 point ago +1 / -0

Interesting reading with nobody held accountable but a couple of low hanging fruit.

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UndercoverSpez 1 point ago +1 / -0

Pay wall

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LizardGizard 1 point ago +1 / -0

Do you think the clintons knew he was indicted? What if Durham report was trumps ace in the hole even he was talking shit about the guy so no one not even the dems took him seriously.

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Omgwtfbbq 1 point ago +1 / -0

On those server records they misspelled the word “organization”. Should have been a red flag.

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Registered 1 point ago +1 / -0

Durham is like a yard mole.

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Deplorable_Yankee 1 point ago +1 / -0

Like it matters what a report says. The news will go quiet and it will disappear in a week.

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snakeoil 1 point ago +1 / -0

Lets not forget who the unnamed tech expert was. We need to find this dipshit.

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FTR22 1 point ago +2 / -1

Durham did this because as of the 16th, there were 3 days left of the statute of limitations for this guy and the crime the grand jury indicted him with.

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AllTheWayTrump 1 point ago +1 / -0

Sure will be interesting reading when it comes out in 5 years, if ever.

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Supervillain66 1 point ago +3 / -2

The reason why this came out yesterday is to move on from the California election. It’s our special prize for letting them run their game one more time. It’s like in the movies when a gangster says “here kid” and flips us a shiny 50 cent piece. Gee thanks Mr.!!!

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AdmrlNelson 1 point ago +1 / -0

Anyone have an archive of this? The article is behind a pay wall for me

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KOMMISSARofMAGA 1 point ago +1 / -0

Wow. Michael Sussmann huh? Not exactly a 12-point buck.