Jump to content

Operation Boomerang AG Barr's Investigation of Acts of Treason by Federal Employees


Nanker
 Share

Recommended Posts

1 hour ago, B-Man said:

 

 

 

 

 

You guys make it too easy.............read before you post.  😆

 

Durham Remains Special Counsel Overseeing Trump-Russia Probe

 

U.S. Attorney John Durham will resign from his position as the top federal prosecutor in Connecticut but is remaining as a special counsel to oversee the Justice Department’s investigation into the origins of the Russia probe that shadowed Donald Trump’s presidency, Durham will resign from his post as U.S. attorney for Connecticut on Monday.

 

 

 

 

 

https://www.usnews.com/news/politics/articles/2021-02-26/durham-remains-special-counsel-overseeing-trump-russia-probe

Also, U.S. Attorney for the District of Delaware David C. Weiss was not asked to resign—given the federal investigation of the president’s son Hunter Biden.  Figured I'd add this in before people claim his dad is protecting him.  We all know that Trump DID indeed fire people to try to protect himself and family from investigations, and discussed firing special counsels on a daily basis.  

Link to comment
Share on other sites

1 hour ago, daz28 said:

  We all know that Trump DID indeed fire people to try to protect himself and family from investigations, and discussed firing special counsels on a daily basis.  

 

 

No.

 

 

 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

20 minutes ago, B-Man said:

 

 

No.

 

 

 

LOL. He fired 4 IG's on his late Friday night binge in 6 weeks!!  Any of these names ring bells?  Berman, Linick, Session, Comey, Barr, Rosenstein, Atkison, Vindman, Haspel, Wray, Mueller, etc, etc, ect     

Keep plugging your ears when you hear the truth

  • Like (+1) 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

32 minutes ago, daz28 said:

LOL. He fired 4 IG's on his late Friday night binge in 6 weeks!!  Any of these names ring bells?  Berman, Linick, Session, Comey, Barr, Rosenstein, Atkison, Vindman, Haspel, Wray, Mueller, etc, etc, ect     

Keep plugging your ears when you hear the truth

 

That does not match what you said in the previous post.

 

I'll "unplug" my ears when you take your blinders off.

 

 

  • Haha (+1) 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

6 hours ago, Over 29 years of fanhood said:

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.courant.com/news/connecticut/hc-news-john-durham-leaves-office-20210225-20210226-oiha3hmoljab3pq7rfniiqyltq-story.html%3foutputType=amp

 

 

“part of President Joe Biden’s plan to quickly replace top federal prosecutors around the country with his own appointees.”

 

This is a practice that has been in place since Reagan and it is customary for appointed AGs to voluntarily resign when a new administration takes office.

 

https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-2007-mar-23-na-talking23-story.html

 

I am not a fan of it at all, as it leads to too much partisan play in our country's justice system.

 

Bush did it too in the name of Dem-appointed attorney generals failing to properly pursue GOP empty claims of voter fraud at the time (sound familiar.. it should, as voter suppression via baseless fraud claims has been a GOP political tool for too long).

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dismissal_of_U.S._attorneys_controversy

 

Unfortunately, the way this story has recently been presented is another attempt at sensationalizing the news. 

 

I think it an irresponsible practice that US major news outlets have morphed into, preying upon partisan divisiveness in the name of pursuing clicks and ad revenue.

 

 

 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

5 hours ago, B-Man said:

 

 

 

 

 

You guys make it too easy.............read before you post.  😆

 

Durham Remains Special Counsel Overseeing Trump-Russia Probe

 

U.S. Attorney John Durham will resign from his position as the top federal prosecutor in Connecticut but is remaining as a special counsel to oversee the Justice Department’s investigation into the origins of the Russia probe that shadowed Donald Trump’s presidency, Durham will resign from his post as U.S. attorney for Connecticut on Monday.

 

 

 

 

 

https://www.usnews.com/news/politics/articles/2021-02-26/durham-remains-special-counsel-overseeing-trump-russia-probe

 

 

Surprisingly good point - and I mean that. I did not read the full article.

 

Still, it does seem like a face-saving comment regarding his quixotic mission.

 

The Justice Dept sans Barr running interference for Trump is not going to put much effort or resources into an investigation mining the same vein that has been pretty tapped out by first Mueller, and then Durham whose initial investigation came up with no FBI campaign spying and one FISA email edit. 

 

Would still lay money on Durham coming up with zilch and GOP leadership quietly shelving the whole effort.

 

We will see.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Edited by WideNine
Link to comment
Share on other sites

21 hours ago, B-Man said:

 

 

 

 

 

You guys make it too easy.............read before you post.  😆

 

Durham Remains Special Counsel Overseeing Trump-Russia Probe

 

U.S. Attorney John Durham will resign from his position as the top federal prosecutor in Connecticut but is remaining as a special counsel to oversee the Justice Department’s investigation into the origins of the Russia probe that shadowed Donald Trump’s presidency, Durham will resign from his post as U.S. attorney for Connecticut on Monday.

 

 

 

 

 

https://www.usnews.com/news/politics/articles/2021-02-26/durham-remains-special-counsel-overseeing-trump-russia-probe


come on man, it has been obvious for well over a year that nothing was coming of this.  

Link to comment
Share on other sites

AT THIS POINT WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE? 

 

We aren’t supposed to care anymore about how the FBI ginned up the conspiracy theory about Donald Trump and “Russian collusion.” The damage is done, and there are thousands of people who unthinkingly take as a given that Trump was a Putin puppet.

 

They’re impossible to talk to. I’m reminded of the old saying about never trying to teach a pig to sing. (It wastes your time and annoys the pig).

 

 

That said, exclusive reporting by John Solomon shows more than a few troubling dynamics that Congress, the mainstream media, and the FBI have yet to fix. (I suppose it’s not in their interest to do so).

 

The report by JustTheNews is a well-reported story of how the FBI tried to play reporters, how reporters tried to play the FBI, and how the result was inaccurate stories that helped create an incorrect narrative:

 

“The bureau had recently terminated its primary informant in the Russia probe Christopher Steele for leaking, and several of its leads about Russia-Trump collusion were falling apart. And inaccurate stories about the two biggest scandals in Washington were cropping up everywhere, even when FBI officials tried to work with reporters.

 

“Yes, the headline is REALLY misleading,” then-FBI deputy counsel Lisa Page wrote a colleague in a text message concerning a New York Times article that day. The text message didn’t further identify the article but made clear the article was the result of a bureau overture to reporters that backfired.”

 

Why does any of this matter now? For several reasons: erroneous reporting is now branded “disinformation” and has become a newsroom commodity, with some papers even assigning reporters to a “disinformation” beat. And “disinformation” has become a buzzword that Big Tech uses to squash speech they don’t like.

 

Moreover and most importantly, is that the current administration (as do most prospective “nanny states”) seems to be using whatever crisis, event, accident or political incident to increase its power. Glenn Greenwald has written recently about how government uses incorrect or just false intelligence (dare I say “disinformation”?) to expand its grip:

 

Twice in the last six weeks, warnings were issued about imminent, grave threats to public safety posed by the same type of right-wing extremists who rioted at the Capitol on January 6. And both times, these warnings ushered in severe security measures only to prove utterly baseless.

 

So what difference does it make at this point? Because it’s about the unethical dynamics of a leak-happy FBI choosing to spill information not in the public interest (I’m all for genuine whistleblowers) but instead leaking in the interest of their own political agenda. I’m not particularly offended by reporters “cozying up” to sources: it’s what they do. Where it goes wrong is when those reporters help propel a narrative based on false statements provided by the self-interested leakers.

 

So at this point it matters because the word “disinformation” is a tool used to suppress civil liberties. IMHO, they violated Carter Page‘s rights, and probably Roger Stone’s and others as well. Even the far-left Brennan Center for Justice has issued papers about how problematic the use (or abuse) of the FISA Court can be. The result?

 

“Under today’s foreign intelligence surveillance system, the government’s ability to collect information about ordinary Americans’ lives has increased exponentially while judicial oversight has been reduced to near-nothingness. Nothing less than a fundamental overhaul of the type proposed here is needed to restore the system to its constitutional moorings.”

 

 

 

So, at this point, what difference does it make? The difference is you’re next.

 

 

https://justthenews.com/accountability/russia-and-ukraine-scandals/fbis-cozy-relations-reporters-often-backfired-ending

 

https://www.nbcnews.com/tech/tech-news/big-tech-has-big-power-over-online-speech-should-it-n1255164

 

https://greenwald.substack.com/p/as-the-insurrection-narrative-crumbles

 

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2020/11/28/carter-page-ex-trump-aide-sues-comey-fbi-over-russia-surveillance/6453096002/

 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

2 minutes ago, B-Man said:

AT THIS POINT WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE? 

 

We aren’t supposed to care anymore about how the FBI ginned up the conspiracy theory about Donald Trump and “Russian collusion.” The damage is done, and there are thousands of people who unthinkingly take as a given that Trump was a Putin puppet.

 

They’re impossible to talk to. I’m reminded of the old saying about never trying to teach a pig to sing. (It wastes your time and annoys the pig).

 

 

That said, exclusive reporting by John Solomon shows more than a few troubling dynamics that Congress, the mainstream media, and the FBI have yet to fix. (I suppose it’s not in their interest to do so).

 

The report by JustTheNews is a well-reported story of how the FBI tried to play reporters, how reporters tried to play the FBI, and how the result was inaccurate stories that helped create an incorrect narrative:

 

“The bureau had recently terminated its primary informant in the Russia probe Christopher Steele for leaking, and several of its leads about Russia-Trump collusion were falling apart. And inaccurate stories about the two biggest scandals in Washington were cropping up everywhere, even when FBI officials tried to work with reporters.

 

“Yes, the headline is REALLY misleading,” then-FBI deputy counsel Lisa Page wrote a colleague in a text message concerning a New York Times article that day. The text message didn’t further identify the article but made clear the article was the result of a bureau overture to reporters that backfired.”

 

Why does any of this matter now? For several reasons: erroneous reporting is now branded “disinformation” and has become a newsroom commodity, with some papers even assigning reporters to a “disinformation” beat. And “disinformation” has become a buzzword that Big Tech uses to squash speech they don’t like.

 

Moreover and most importantly, is that the current administration (as do most prospective “nanny states”) seems to be using whatever crisis, event, accident or political incident to increase its power. Glenn Greenwald has written recently about how government uses incorrect or just false intelligence (dare I say “disinformation”?) to expand its grip:

 

Twice in the last six weeks, warnings were issued about imminent, grave threats to public safety posed by the same type of right-wing extremists who rioted at the Capitol on January 6. And both times, these warnings ushered in severe security measures only to prove utterly baseless.

 

So what difference does it make at this point? Because it’s about the unethical dynamics of a leak-happy FBI choosing to spill information not in the public interest (I’m all for genuine whistleblowers) but instead leaking in the interest of their own political agenda. I’m not particularly offended by reporters “cozying up” to sources: it’s what they do. Where it goes wrong is when those reporters help propel a narrative based on false statements provided by the self-interested leakers.

 

So at this point it matters because the word “disinformation” is a tool used to suppress civil liberties. IMHO, they violated Carter Page‘s rights, and probably Roger Stone’s and others as well. Even the far-left Brennan Center for Justice has issued papers about how problematic the use (or abuse) of the FISA Court can be. The result?

 

“Under today’s foreign intelligence surveillance system, the government’s ability to collect information about ordinary Americans’ lives has increased exponentially while judicial oversight has been reduced to near-nothingness. Nothing less than a fundamental overhaul of the type proposed here is needed to restore the system to its constitutional moorings.”

 

 

 

So, at this point, what difference does it make? The difference is you’re next.

 

 

https://justthenews.com/accountability/russia-and-ukraine-scandals/fbis-cozy-relations-reporters-often-backfired-ending

 

https://www.nbcnews.com/tech/tech-news/big-tech-has-big-power-over-online-speech-should-it-n1255164

 

https://greenwald.substack.com/p/as-the-insurrection-narrative-crumbles

 

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2020/11/28/carter-page-ex-trump-aide-sues-comey-fbi-over-russia-surveillance/6453096002/

 


Can’t wait to see the fully unredacted Mueller Report!!!

Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 3 weeks later...
  • 2 months later...
On 3/7/2021 at 2:32 PM, B-Man said:

AT THIS POINT WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE? 

 

We aren’t supposed to care anymore about how the FBI ginned up the conspiracy theory about Donald Trump and “Russian collusion.” The damage is done, and there are thousands of people who unthinkingly take as a given that Trump was a Putin puppet.

 

They’re impossible to talk to. I’m reminded of the old saying about never trying to teach a pig to sing. (It wastes your time and annoys the pig).

 

 

That said, exclusive reporting by John Solomon shows more than a few troubling dynamics that Congress, the mainstream media, and the FBI have yet to fix. (I suppose it’s not in their interest to do so).

 

The report by JustTheNews is a well-reported story of how the FBI tried to play reporters, how reporters tried to play the FBI, and how the result was inaccurate stories that helped create an incorrect narrative:

 

“The bureau had recently terminated its primary informant in the Russia probe Christopher Steele for leaking, and several of its leads about Russia-Trump collusion were falling apart. And inaccurate stories about the two biggest scandals in Washington were cropping up everywhere, even when FBI officials tried to work with reporters.

 

“Yes, the headline is REALLY misleading,” then-FBI deputy counsel Lisa Page wrote a colleague in a text message concerning a New York Times article that day. The text message didn’t further identify the article but made clear the article was the result of a bureau overture to reporters that backfired.”

 

Why does any of this matter now? For several reasons: erroneous reporting is now branded “disinformation” and has become a newsroom commodity, with some papers even assigning reporters to a “disinformation” beat. And “disinformation” has become a buzzword that Big Tech uses to squash speech they don’t like.

 

Moreover and most importantly, is that the current administration (as do most prospective “nanny states”) seems to be using whatever crisis, event, accident or political incident to increase its power. Glenn Greenwald has written recently about how government uses incorrect or just false intelligence (dare I say “disinformation”?) to expand its grip:

 

Twice in the last six weeks, warnings were issued about imminent, grave threats to public safety posed by the same type of right-wing extremists who rioted at the Capitol on January 6. And both times, these warnings ushered in severe security measures only to prove utterly baseless.

 

So what difference does it make at this point? Because it’s about the unethical dynamics of a leak-happy FBI choosing to spill information not in the public interest (I’m all for genuine whistleblowers) but instead leaking in the interest of their own political agenda. I’m not particularly offended by reporters “cozying up” to sources: it’s what they do. Where it goes wrong is when those reporters help propel a narrative based on false statements provided by the self-interested leakers.

 

So at this point it matters because the word “disinformation” is a tool used to suppress civil liberties. IMHO, they violated Carter Page‘s rights, and probably Roger Stone’s and others as well. Even the far-left Brennan Center for Justice has issued papers about how problematic the use (or abuse) of the FISA Court can be. The result?

 

“Under today’s foreign intelligence surveillance system, the government’s ability to collect information about ordinary Americans’ lives has increased exponentially while judicial oversight has been reduced to near-nothingness. Nothing less than a fundamental overhaul of the type proposed here is needed to restore the system to its constitutional moorings.”

 

 

 

So, at this point, what difference does it make? The difference is you’re next.

 

 

https://justthenews.com/accountability/russia-and-ukraine-scandals/fbis-cozy-relations-reporters-often-backfired-ending

 

https://www.nbcnews.com/tech/tech-news/big-tech-has-big-power-over-online-speech-should-it-n1255164

 

https://greenwald.substack.com/p/as-the-insurrection-narrative-crumbles

 

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2020/11/28/carter-page-ex-trump-aide-sues-comey-fbi-over-russia-surveillance/6453096002/

 

 

giphy.gif

Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 3 weeks later...
On 8/17/2020 at 10:07 AM, B-Man said:

 

 

I need to note one bombshell that Maria dropped: her sources tell her that John Brennan is slated for an interview with the Durham investigators on Friday of this week.

 

In federal investigations, a target for indictment is usually called in to speak with prosecutors as the last stage of the investigation, after all the relevant facts have been gathered.

 

The mere fact of being called doesn’t guarantee an indictment, of course. But in practice, in an investigation such as Durham’s, an interview is a necessary but not sufficient precursor of an indictment.

Read more: https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/08/how_the_trump_campaign_will_shift_the_narrative_and_win.html#ixzz6VNuJ2OjX
 

 

What happened to this BOMBSHELL!

 

Did the boomerang end up in Bill Barr's ass?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One wonders what story-time at BillsFans is like these days. 

 

At least when Dwight Drane's bubble burst, he couldn't hide! He actually took it well, for a kook! 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

You've chosen to ignore content by BillStime. Options 

3 weeks later...

Unread replies

You've chosen to ignore content by BillStime. Options 

2 months later...

You've chosen to ignore content by BillStime. Options 

3 weeks later...

You've chosen to ignore content by 716er. Options 

You've chosen to ignore content by John Adams. Options 

You've chosen to ignore content by John Adams. Options 

 

Desperate idiots keeping their fantasies alive while keeping biden off the front page.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

 Share

×
×
  • Create New...