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The Deep State Tapestry of Deceit
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Posted By: Magnante, 1/27/2020 5:19:54 AM

Deep state players in the Obama administration wove an elaborate tapestry of collusion, subterfuge, and electoral chicanery. While better suited for a Robert Ludlum novel, it played out in real time over the past four years. (snip) Aside from the illegality of deceiving the FISA court, and the seditious efforts to remove a duly elected American president, it blows up all downstream Democrat, media, and deep state efforts to overturn the 2016 election. There is a legal doctrine called the “fruit of the poisonous tree.” To summarize: A doctrine that extends the exclusionary rule to make evidence inadmissible in court if it was derived from evidence that was illegally obtained.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Lazyman 1/27/2020 7:29:37 AM (No. 299275)
Evidence obtained from an illegal search is suppressed but knowledge obtained through that search of a separate and independent crime is no problem, if it relies on other legally obtained evidence. Manafort, Flynn, Cohen are not off the hook.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: udanja99 1/27/2020 7:30:46 AM (No. 299277)
“ Hopefully their reckoning awaits. Along with well-deserved pain.” Wake me up when it starts to happen. And we don’t yet know if Barr and Durham are the heroes of this story. If anyone in the list of criminals in this article isn’t imprisoned for life, we’ll know all about whether or not there is any heroism.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Daisymay 1/27/2020 7:34:16 AM (No. 299282)
Funny thing. Whenever I see these familiar names connected to the attempted Coup, Hillary Clinton's name is rarely mentioned. I guess that means She will skate again. Laughing all the way to her luxurious home and lifestyle! What a shame!
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Deety 1/27/2020 7:58:16 AM (No. 299303)
Oh what a tangled web we weave when we serve the Democrat Big Lie (D).
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Rinktum 1/27/2020 8:03:10 AM (No. 299310)
FTA: “If two or more persons conspire to commit any offense named in this section, each shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than twenty years, or both.” This is part of the article that explains the consequences of the unlawful spying on the President. The law is clear, easily understood and if it is not followed we will know our government is too corrupt to police itself. The democrats have been caught red handed. The country deserves justice. Anyone involved in these illegal activities must be treated the same, no one is above the law. Isn't that what the democrats have been telling is these past three years? We have suffered for three years with this impeachment fiasco because the democrats were desperate to get rid of Trump so all of this would just go away. Too much has been revealed to ignore this. Americans are not stupid and they see who the real criminals are. I want to believe that now that the tables are turned justice will truly be served and no one deserves it more that these evil democrats.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Clinger 1/27/2020 8:21:14 AM (No. 299327)
There is no such thing as "fabricated opposition research." If its fabricated it isn't research. See how even the "good guys" get trapped in the web of propoganda? Words matter. It's hard to believe justice will be served when the scuzzball who said he had evidence of collusion when he did not causing a shift (pardon me) to Ukraine, who pulled a fast one pretending to read a slanderous phony version of the transcript, is still leading the House in the Impeachment process. Positively preposterous and we have been conditioned to accept that as business as usual.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: HisHandmaiden 1/27/2020 8:57:15 AM (No. 299350)
“This is what Barr and Durham are investigating, pulling on the thread, unraveling the elaborately constructed tapestry, revealing a group of hateful partisans engaged in a seditious conspiracy to overturn a legitimate government. Hopefully their reckoning awaits. Along with well-deserved pain.” Hateful partisans, indeed... It is no coincidence that the pain America is going through now with the tragic death of an amazing American Icon, Kobe and his dear daughter and the other innocent travelers, is a vivid legitimate tragic, unplanned or conspired pain and loss... May this sham impeachment of America’s duly elected President be over as quickly as possible and the EVIL perpetrators be punished to the full extent of our laws, so America can join Vanessa Bryant and America as we grieve this true unplanned, accident and tragedy... KAG
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Reply 8 - Posted by: MDConservative 1/27/2020 9:02:44 AM (No. 299357)
You wanted an outsider, and this is what you get. The good news is that the "outsider" is apparently being resolute; the bad news is that the outsider is wrapped in "legalities" and political/legal ramifications that stretch in all directions with few he can truly trust who share his "drain the swamp" vision honorably. You cannot replace everyone with no one, and it is harder when you don't have the support of the political class you are trying to expose, which is always ready, willing and able to promote from within. It's not hard to run down the list of "failed" presidential appointments, from Jeff Sessions to Rod Rosenstein, Rex and Mad Dog, John Bolton and Seb Gorka, right through Chris Wray, who maintains his FBI position despite few reforms seemingly underway. The rich and/or influential are different.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 1/27/2020 9:10:31 AM (No. 299367)
It can unravel all it wants. I'm still waiting for Barr and Durham to deliver the indictments, trials, convictions, and prison terms. This will rip at the soul of the nation because the dims, deep state, globalists, and the msm will try to take the country down with them. But, we must stand tall at all times.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: felixcat 1/27/2020 9:49:24 AM (No. 299412)
Re #8 - Gorka was a failed nomination? In what way? You also failed to mention that the McConnell told Trump they would be very selective over his nominations and any approval. No blind deference to his nominations like to Obama.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: bigfatslob 1/27/2020 10:06:14 AM (No. 299431)
The Deep State is very deep and this wasn't going to be easy. I don't look for anything to happen to Obama or Clinton but the nucleus of the coup needs to see some justice. Obama and Hillary Clinton are not that smart and clever to devise all of this but it was designed with their knowledge. All roads will lead to them so let the stigma hang on both of them forever. I want Comey and Brennan behind bars writing their books and memoirs from a jail cell not on CNN TV. I want President Trump re-elected and have a great four more years of fixing the country and maybe the entire democrat socialist party running for the tall grass to eat their 'poison fruit' out of sight from real Americans. MAGA
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Reply 12 - Posted by: gone2pot 1/27/2020 10:12:27 AM (No. 299437)
It completely, one hundred percent, FULLY "unraveled" first in November, 2016 by 4chan, then in January, 2017 BEFORE the inauguration by ZeroHedge, then in March, 2017 by Mark Levin. So what that the DOJ "disavows" two of the FISA warrant requests. NOT. ONE. THING. will happen to the deep state coup felons EXCEPT more rewards and promotions and NOT. ONE. THING. will be done to un-destroy Carter Page's life and all the other lives destroyed by the "fruit f the poisonous tree." BUT, this story will help Sean sell a hell of a lot more pillows and strawberries for several more months.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: planetgeo 1/27/2020 10:27:54 AM (No. 299452)
What this entire shampeachment confirms is how critical it is for any Republican President to remove and replace people in positions of authority/oversight from the previous Democrat administration as soon as possible. Of course you can't sweep entire organizations clean, but their leadership and supervisory level people have to be replaced. Both Bush and Trump were much too slow and accepting of the former leadership class, thus setting up the conditions for frequent, complicit, and unrestrained efforts to spy, leak, and generally sabotage the President's every move. Let this be a lesson to any future Republican President (if there ever is one after Trump). Remove the potential insurgency leaders or be prepared for never-ending resistance attacks.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Rumblehog 1/27/2020 10:39:53 AM (No. 299469)
So when do these Congressional Democrats get hauled before the court for covering for clearly criminal behavior?
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Heil Liberals 1/27/2020 10:44:23 AM (No. 299476)
No one of significance will be indicted. No one will go to trial. No one will spend one day in prison. We are losing our country. The big question is, what happens when President Trump's second term ends? Who carries the ball?
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Reply 16 - Posted by: USAdroit Editor 1/27/2020 10:47:20 AM (No. 299481)
Instant invalidation of all the defendants' convictions could scarcely begin to repair the damage these illegal warrants have done to them, to the Trump presidency and to the nation. The most we can reasonably hope for is eventual invalidation of a few convictions affecting a few of the defendants. Who among us will be surprised if even this trimmed-down expectation is disappointed?
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Reply 17 - Posted by: gone2pot 1/27/2020 10:49:35 AM (No. 299484)
15, that's WAY too forward looking. I first have to find out what happened with Britney's cellulite problems and other super important things before November, 2024. Now, stop bothering me so I can enjoy the fruity Skittles pooped out of my purple unicorn.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: weejun 1/27/2020 10:54:08 AM (No. 299489)
Absolutely agree, #13. Devin Nunes was on Tucker last week and almost pleaded with President Trump to move these Obama deep state holdovers out of at least the National Security Council staff (even Vindman is still in the White House!). Even if you are worried about the lawsuits and media/democrat whining about firing these people, Nunes suggested there are plenty of empty office buildings around DC where you could just send these people to do nothing. Hope the President listened and acts accordingly.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Strike3 1/27/2020 10:54:47 AM (No. 299491)
There was no successful deceit and the motive has always been clear to the "woke." Everything under investigation was an ATTEMPT. The only real crimes have been pinned on Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, Joe and Hunter Biden, the FBI and the intelligence agency heads and most recently, the democrat leadership in the House.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Sorosisbehindit 1/27/2020 10:59:07 AM (No. 299495)
Good concise summary, but missing several credits for the stage crew that worked behind the scenes.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Attila DiMedici 1/27/2020 10:59:17 AM (No. 299496)
I find it interesting that President Nixon was forced to resign for attempting to cover up that members of his administration attempted to do to George McGovern's campaign what members of the Obama Administration actually did to Donald Trump's campaign.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: Arby 1/27/2020 11:33:27 AM (No. 299527)
Sorry, but I still can't get over the dims' considering the august Fauxbama's reign to be Camelot 2.0. What did he accomplish that will be of lasting importance to America? As Popeye Doyle put it, that car is dirty. It was, is and always will be dirty. So what did he do? Stimulate the economy via Moochelle's vacation schedules? They talk about this guy as if he was FDR when all he was was your run-of-the-mill sleazy Chicago pol. His team was appallingly bad and they did mucho bad stuff. Now he stands on the sidelines, murmuring and second-guessing. This is the guy who gave Ben Rhodes a job. This is the guy who put a voting communist in charge of the CIA. This is the guy who put Jean Francois and the PIAPS in the SecState seat. Many of these people should be in prison; all should be on the ash heap of history. And yet . . . and yet . . . the dims look back fondly on the good old days?
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Arby 1/27/2020 11:37:03 AM (No. 299532)
I worry about that also, #15, but we have much more of a bench than the dims. Josh Hawley is coming on strong. So are the Trump progeny. We've also got an intellectual base now. Who do the dims have--Greta Thumbsuck?
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Reply 24 - Posted by: mc squared 1/27/2020 11:53:51 AM (No. 299540)
#3: HR Clinton? She's not going to out Herself, but since her fall from grace you might think one of her flying monkeys would turn State's evidence if only to avoid jail time. Alas, they have assumed room temperature.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: MDConservative 1/27/2020 12:35:10 PM (No. 299575)
#10 - Gorka left the White House under "unique circumstances" after seven months on the job - fired or quit. Apparently he ran afoul of Jared Kushner and others. There were also issues with security clearances. IIRC. How would one characterize this stint as "successful"? His accomplishments in this time included...what? Like Bolton, Gorka is a celebrity television panel guest, talking a better game than he can play. You can tune him in at your leisure.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: Red Ghost 1/27/2020 12:53:14 PM (No. 299588)
What will it take for Trump to get rid of all of the Obama holdovers? Just heard on Rush that Vindman's brother is the one that is vetting John Boltan's book. Vindman's brother? Are you kidding me? What the heck. And we should be surprised that there is a perfectly timed leak from the book about alleged statements Bolton made, to Maggie Haberman of the NY Times. That would be the hateful, poisonous, unprofessional Democrat stooge, Haberman. Please, please Mr. President, fire EVERYONE of these clowns. You don't need any of them.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: Lawsy0 1/27/2020 3:40:42 PM (No. 299741)
I now seriously believe that the FISA court was complicit in the entire charade. They were in on it; someone there told the A.H. how to do the dead to get it to pass muster.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: Chiritwo 1/27/2020 6:36:02 PM (No. 299853)
This is a bit off topic but do the dems realize how silly they are to the rest of the world. The most horrendous murder took place under Obama and he called it a blip in the road. No one has yet been held accountable for Benghazi. No one has answered why weren't the people protected more when they asked for it. No one has asked why were they murdered. I'm not interested in this campaigning under to guise of impeachment. I will never vote democrat again. They are just a very crooked, corrupt party. Barr, where are you?
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