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BeAChooser

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  1. The Founders thought it could. And they wrote a Constitution to help ensure it could. But that depends on an honest law enforcement and legal system ... one that's willing to act against the elite when they break laws. That's apparently not the case today. That's the real legacy of the Clintons. They effectively destroyed the FBI and DOJ as organizations Americans could rely on to hold elites accountable. At this point, those two organizations are so corrupt that if Barr and Durham fail to bring the coup plotters to justice, the only thing that might still save the country is Trump calling in the military to drain the swamp. Fortunately, the Supreme Court has already ruled that the US government can do that if the judicial system is broken. I think that may be Trump's ace in the hole.
  2. https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2019/10/a_nation_governed_by_princelings.html What comes to mind when I hear the term “princeling” is an FBI transcript of a phone call to Johnny Chung from Chinese operative Robert Luu. The conversation the FBI recorded clearly suggested there was an agreement between Clinton and the Premier of China on how to coverup Chinagate. And during the call Luu credits the source of Clinton and DNC campaign contributions to the "princelings" ... that is, the children of People’s Liberation Army officers in front companies. He said in the call, "Chairman Jiang agreed to handle it like this. The President over here also agreed." Yes, Clinton and Jiang were meeting face to face at the time. And now the DemocRATS have brought such corruption to the United States. People, if you don’t want your country to end up looking like China, you better wake up and dump the DemocRATS and RINOs (like the Bushes).
  3. Here's the perfect way to end this thread ... https://amgreatness.com/2019/10/19/who-the-hell-do-they-think-they-are/
  4. All Big Bang, Inflation, Dark Matter, Dark Energy, Black Hole gnome believers should heed this … https://www.space.com/hubble-constant-universe-expansion-not-make-sense.html?utm_source=notification Indeed. I wonder what that might be? Hey … maybe this is a clue … https://newatlas.com/space/galaxy-ngc1068-black-hole-mystery/ If only they understood Birkeland currents. Just saying …
  5. Note what is highlighted in red ... https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2019/10/19/new-york-times-narrative-engineers-start-positioning-doj-fbi-small-group-coup-plotters-as-victims-of-cia-and-intelligence-community-manipulation/ [Note “prosecutors” is plural; more than one. “prosecutors” also implies a shift from investigative review, to a likelihood of criminal conduct. The media presentation of John Durham has gone from a single U.S. Attorney with a mandate from his boss, to a group of people, ‘prosecutors’, working with the U.S. Attorney.] [Two dozen former and current FBI officials questioned, but none of the individual within the small group have been questioned yet. In addition to the prosecutors, Durham also has two FBI agents assisting. Later in the article we discover a strong likelihood that one of those FBI agents is the leak source for the New York Times.] [So Mr. Durham has not questioned the “small group” participants. Ultimately this appears to be the reason for the nervousness now originating a defensive posture.] [Or it could be that those “main decision makers” are targets of the investigation.] [Why would Mr. Barr need to “subpoena” pre-existing documents he has been granted full presidential authority to review? Methinks the New York Times engineer is conflating the power of a special counsel (prior investigation) with the power of a U.S. Attorney General who was granted full access to any/all classified information by an executive order from the President of the United States.] [“why” did FBI leadership allow Strzok to create, draft and open the investigation? LOL, that’s actually a big tell. Apparently Comey and McCabe were smart enough to keep their signatures off a political investigation. It’s called plausible deniability. Same purpose for James Comey keeping copious notes (diary) in his home safe. [“Two” = Alexander Downer and Erika Thompson. May 10, 2016, Papadopoulos meets Ambassador Downer at the Kensington Wine Rooms in London, England. MEDIA CLAIM: “Downer met with George Papadopoulos, where Papadopoulos — having been introduced through two intermediaries, Christian Cantor and Erika Thompson — mentioned that Russians had material on Hillary Clinton.” Both Papadopoulos and Downer refute their May 10th meeting discussed Clinton emails. Papadopoulos notes that Ambassador Downer is recording their conversation. {Go Deep}] [So the leakers “people familiar” to the NYT are limited to knowledge inside the DOJ and FBI operational entities; just as we suspected. [Well, there’s the motive for the current narrative engineering. Horowitz’s report is coming out; small group participants will be criticized; and the justification for Barr and Durham to look at their behavior will be bolstered by IG Horowitz.] [Interesting the NYT doesn’t write that Mr. Durham has interviewed Christopher Steele about his work on the dossier and his contact with the small group (he has). One would think that would be an important notation in a paragraph about Mr. Steele, no?] [Well, well, well, I answered by own question. The NYT doesn’t want readers to know John Durham interviewed Steele, because the NYT is admitting the Steele information was “unsubstantiated”, “incorrect”, and the FBI “inflated” Mr. Steele to gain a political weapon. Hmmm… methinks those exact words will be in the IG report; I digress.] [That preceeding paragraph is just loaded with juicy stuff. The NYT is sharing that MI6 told the FBI Steele was a sketchy fellow. The NYT is positioning the dossier to the FBI in September 2016, but we know the dossier material was in Brennan’s briefing to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid in August 2016…. So the NYT is positioning the FBI as a victim of bad intel from the dossier that was initiated by John Brennan. Very interesting. Additionally, “two people familiar with the MI6 assessment” is confluent with two people who have read the IG report which will outline the MI6 assessment. See how that works?] Oh good grief. Asha “Comey is my Homey” Rangappa, likes one of Durham’s FBI investigators…. who also worked with corruptocrat Patrick Fitzgerald, one of James Comey’s corrupt friends who is now Comey’s corrupt lawyer. Given that some of these NYT leaks come from inside Durham’s team, it’s likely John Eckenrode is the source. Asha “Comey is my Homey” Rangappa (seated) The key takeaway from this NYT article is the beginning of the public defense narrative for the DOJ/FBI small group. They are starting to position themselves as victims of false information delivered to them by the CIA and Intelligence Community. Apparently, this is the big picture defense they will use when the IG report drops. You can see why the coup plotters are nervous ...
  6. https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2019/10/19/doj-fbi-small-group-promote-defense-of-spygate-operations-former-fbi-doj-officials-nervous-hiring-lawyers/ Here’s the key NBC paragraphs, emphasis mine: [The “multiple current and former officials” are members of the small group. Based on the outlet and the material, these members are DOJ and FBI officials]. [Here we see Durham doing what we suspected five months ago. {Go Deep} Durham is looking at who put together the December 2016, Joint Analysis Report (JAR); and the January 2017, Intelligence Community Assessment (ICA); essentially the originating documents that promoted the vast Russian conspiracy and set the cornerstone for a special counsel investigation therein.] [This is common sense. If the ICA is a false political document, then guess what? Yep, the entire narrative from the JAR and ICA is part of a big fraud (it is). Then the construct of the special counsel probe (remember the “originating” construct), was false. (it was)] [“skeptics”? Who are they? …and why are they “trying to track Durham’s movements”?] [So the group is talking to themselves and using a third party to push their collective discussion into the media. Important to note.] [So some entity in the intelligence community, likely outside the U.S. , is in contact with the small group and keeping them apprised of what Durham is doing? Interesting. Pay attention to what NBC is admitting here… Corrupt officials, co-conspirators, within the intelligence apparatus are monitoring John Durham; relaying information back to their allies; who then talk among themselves and coordinate media leaks based on the information they are able to extract from the tracking. That’s a big admission.] [Again, notice how the small group is utilizing the SSCI, and it is a committee aide within the SSCI that is leaking to NBC. We already know the SSCI was completely compromised by the effort to remove President Trump from office. {Go Deep} Part of that SSCI effort led to the discovery of SSCI Security Director James Wolfe leaking the FISA application to the media. The SSCI was/is part of the coup/impeachment effort.] (Go Deep) Get ready, folks ...
  7. Ouch. Maybe Gabbard is *finally* waking up to what the Clintons are? Wonder if she wishes he hadn't voted for the witch after the rigged DemocRAT"ic" primary?
  8. See what a miserable person this ^^^^^^ COWARD is, folks? He doesn't even have the gut to say that to my virtual face, much less real face. A COWARD who hides behind an ignore filter and pretends to be brave. And decent. What a JOKE.
  9. I just reported you for spamming the thread, tommy. Nine times with essentially the same post is enough. We heard you the first time.
  10. Careful, Taipan ... pretty soon this ^^^^ COWARD will be telling you that if you catch fire he'll laugh as he watches you burn. Like he did me. And call you a "gay creeper". Like he did me. And then go hide behind the ignore filter. Just saying ...
  11. Gee, tommy ... that's the 8th time in this thread you quoted the OP article and told us (in one line) that you agree. Are you trying to convince yourself?
  12. Says the *sailorCOWARD* hiding behind an ignore filter to avoid actually dealing with facts and logic.
  13. Too bad you didn't pay attention to what Patton was saying ...
  14. I'm certainly on board with DemocRATS using the "politics of personal destruction" (a phrase popularized by the Clintons) against their own.
  15. How about the lie he helped sell the American people in the Bin Laden Seal mission? How about the lie he helped sell in what happened to Seal Team 6? How about the lie he helped sell regarding Tillman? Oh that's right ... the COWARD who hides behind the ignore filter because he's too afraid to debate me is not going to see those questions.
  16. Beware DemocRATS. If you're not already a victim of TDS, you're the enemy too. They'll accuse YOU of being a Russian stooge. It's Hate Trump ... or die.
  17. Admiral McRaven has his head up his ass on this one. This MORON, with all we knew, even back in 2018, about the misdeeds of CIA Director Brennan (his involvement in a coup attempt, for goodness sakes), expressed support for Brennan, saying he should keep his security clearances! He called Brennan a man of "unparalleled integrity", which frankly speaks very poorly of McRaven's own character and judgment. As far as I'm concerned, he's just another Obama/Bush loving Deep Stater who is past his sell date. He didn't utter a word about all the stuff Obama did to hurt the nation and it's reputation. Instead, McRaven appears to have sold out to the Fabian Socialists of the Deep State. And now he's making statements that outright border on seditious. So perhaps he should be charge with all the rest when the time comes ... and it's coming ...
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