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The unnecessary and over the top predawn raid of Stone (w/ CNN primed & waiting) was the flamboyant gesture of a prestidigitator, so you will watch the right hand instead of the left. Look “here!”, don’t look “here!” This is a typical deep state move when something breaks they don’t want you to pay attention to. In this case, it is the emerging testimony that Jim Baker gave Congress. Some really juicy stuff there you’re not supposed to hear about, thus the major media distraction w/ Stone.

A major role of the Mueller investigation is not to find the truth of the Russia collusion conspiracy theory, but to cover the asses of the deep state players and their plotting against a Presidential candidate (and later duly elected President) using the resources of the federal government. I’m thinking that Mueller may want the committee’s findings not so much to make any kind of determination in his case, but rather to hide damning facts behind the shield of an “ongoing investigation.”

QUESTIONS: If Mueller needed the info that the committee has, how could he have indicted Stone for lying. Someone on the committee could have referred the matter to him for charges, but w/o the “proof” contained in the documents he wants from the committee, how could he have indicted? Smells like a leak to me! Who possibly could have leaked? First, 3 guesses don’t count. (initials AS)

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Stone is a long time operator. He has been a player since the Nixon administration. Chances are, he’s got dirt on a LOT of people. So, yes, the discovery could prove quite interesting!

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Isn’t it just amazingly coincidental that the CNN reporter that had Stone’s house staked out used to be James Comey’s asst.?

non sequitur: There’s a trick for catching leakers. If different people each get a different version of the same story, then you know who the culprit is by the version that gets out.

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Eric Thönnesen

Born in Sav'h Ga. 1949. I spent most of my earliest years growing on my maternal grandparents farm in Bulloch Cty., Ga. just outside of Pembroke. I began writing verse at the age of 12 as a challenge to write the winning poem for the school paper and be printed. I won and have been writing ever since. Served on Annual staff and newspaper staff starting in jr. high, mostly photography at the beginning. Began the study of journalism in high school where as a member of the newspaper staff i became the first junior to receive the Quill & Scroll. Then I made possibly the worst mistake of my life...I decided to major in psychology at Georgia Southern College (now University). That didn't work out, and neither did college. Fatherhood was calling. Over the years i have served in many functions, both as a minister, and as a bouncer at a downtown club. When the "empty nest" came i began tinkering around with social media, mostly as a venue to share my poetry or perhaps a story. Then i wrote a few op-eds and posted them on my personal page. Much to my surprise, they got very good (small...but good) responses. Then all this craziness hit. I decided to create an alternate page in an effort to keep my personal page peaceful. Thought Project IX was born. A mixture of news, opinion, humor, know, all that deplorable stuff. My wife of 48 yrs. minus 1 week passed away in Nov. after a 5 yr. battle with neuro-endocrine cancer that metastasized from her liver.


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