Monsters, many of you have been freaking out over whether or not FBI Mad Dog Andrew McCabe is getting indicted for being extremely mean to Donald Trump during the 2016 election. Over the past few weeks, the boys have really been getting after it debating whether or not the constant delays in this inquiry mean that he is going to the slammer or getting off free.
Anyway, SSG VIP Zoltar pulled one of the all-time most savage moves I have ever even heard of. He found the transcript from the most recent hearing, where a federal judge told the Department of Justice to decide whether or not Mad Dog McCabe was naughty by Nov. 15.
The juiciest part of the transcript is redacted. This is actually what those pages look like:
But since this blog gets its information from a bunch of maniacs who have money riding on the outcome of legislation, elections, and court cases, that is not the end of the story. It is actually just the beginning. Because some knucklehead at the DOJ left an appendix at the back of the transcript showing a word bank for the entire proceeding — including the redacted pages. This word bank includes the page and line number for each phrase — but nothing else.
At this point, the boys were just rock hard. I honestly think that at least one pharmacy’s worth of Adderrall in 4-6 states went up in smoke as the heavy hitters swarmed these pages to try and crack the code. I well tell you what though, when the boys put on their hard hats, they really get it done.
Check out this conversation that SSG cryptographers — identities anonymous — reconstructed. This chat is between the presiding judge and the DOJ lawyer. The boys want me to make it clear that this is their best guess — the word bank only tells a page number and a line number. They’re the ones attempting to put them all in order.
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Yep, there’s some meat on the bone.Â Do you think you can do better?