Skip to comments.Exclusive: Former Overstock CEO speaks out on his resignation
Posted on 08/26/2019 4:34:27 AM PDT by Eleutheria5
He knows too much, talking to Durham and Barr.
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Im still not sure if I believe this guys story. Has anyone been able to figure out why a CEO like this would be used as an intelligence asset?
The guy is FOS. The FBI didnt need to spy on Hillary to acquire extortion material. They had plenty of it.
Looks to me like he was part of the coup, but then panicked and was trying to act like he was a good guy instead. Probably received some threats from his former partners in crime, so now trying to play both sides. Basically in a lot of trouble at this point, either way.
Let Durham and Barr decide that.
They both have decided long ago. Mistakes were made.... We have started a program of institutional training and sensitivity.... We cannot allow continued erosion of trust in our institutions.... Feel free to add your own list of excuses.
In other words, they need a scapegoat, and Strzok is it. Guillotine!
Far too much “I can’t comment on that” BS from him.
If you are going to declare on national TV you witnessed a conspiracy and attempted coup at the highest levels of government, one should give details.
Its also the best protection from assassination there is, as he has put everyone on notice.
He’s bragging about his love life.
I think part of the problem is that the CEOs you tend to see around today (unlike the 1980s/1990s)....are all people who ‘connect’. This guy was in some type of circle with international people and spent time outside of the US. Why....is a mystery.
It’s like the characters that knew Epstein and they all connected to international bankers or money-handlers in some way.
what about the blue ribbon panel co-chaired by reliable deepster democratic and republican former elected officials to track and report on progress in implementing the plan to be entitled “Enhancing Public Trust in American Justice.”
Epstein was an Intelligence “asset.”
He went to the FBI years ago because of some stock manipulation scandal he had in fo on!
Crypto-currency made him a target. They lied to him about what they want4d.
Sara Carter has (as far as I know) been accurate on everything she’s reported regarding “Russiagate” - she’s a careful, smart investigative journalist. She’s got sources who have confirmed at least some of what Byrne is saying & she’s talked to him herself. Here’s her story on Byrne:
Russia Probe Twist: A Billion Dollar CEO, A Convicted Russian Agent And The FBI
We cannot allow continued erosion of trust in our institutions...
I share your concerns that Barr may take an institutional approach to his “investigation” by basically indicting the agencies for failure to follow procedures instead of holding the people involved in the plot against Trump accountable for their actions.
Its much easier to blame the system and make recommendations on how to improve “management controls” than it is to prosecute lots of individuals. We could well see something along the lines of “our findings suggest the need for restoring integrity and trust by implementing organizational enhancements to clarify existing channels of authority”. Or some such bureaucratic BS that sounds profound but changes nothing.
Our government is big on talk don’tcha know.
Your comment is disturbingly close to what we may well see.
Please see my related comment #18.
The only thing likely to be decided for this guy is the way he dies.
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