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I don’t know what relationships Juliette Kayyem retains in intelligence community, but I imagine she still has some extensive connections. She served as Assistant Secretary for Intergovernmental Affairs in U.S. Department of Homeland Security, as well as Undersecretary for Homeland Security in her home state of Massachusetts. She was an adviser to Janet Reno when Reno was President Clinton’s Attorney General. She also acted as Rep. Richard Gephardt’s appointee to the National Commission on Terrorism in 1999 and 2000. It’s unlikely that she doesn’t have some sources with at least some kind of insight into what’s going on inside Robert Mueller’s shop at the Justice Department.

Or, maybe, she’s just guessing like the rest of us. But it’s her opinion that the reason we’re seeing the Republicans ramp up their attacks on the FBI and the Steele Dossier is because they know something is coming down soon and it’s not going to be good.National security expert Juliette Kayyem is predicting news from Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation will be announced within the next month.“I think it is safe to say that before Thanksgiving  something’s going to drop with Mueller,” she said on Boston Public Radio - WGBH - today. “The pace is too much right now. Every 12 hours we’re now dealing with a piece of this story at a pace we haven’t seen.”Kayyem prompted to make her prediction by the buzz surrounding a story about how Hillary Clinton’s campaign funded what would eventually become the famous “Trump-Russia Dossier” that surfaced in January…“This is so close to the Oval Office now, if not in the Oval Office, that all of this [dossier news] to me is just background noise to what Mueller is going to deliver,” she said. “This is more than an obstruction charge.There is something big underlying the obstruction.