Rep. Jim Jordan Discussing Timeline and Platte River Network: “covering up some shady shit”…

Platte River Network was the group hired by Hillary Clinton and her team to manage the personal server hosting the private communications of Clinton’s staff and key officials.

In today’s congressional hearing Representative Jim Jordan walks through the timeline and the recently disclosed communication from Platte River where realizations surfaced they were being instructed to cover-up some “shady shit”.


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131 Responses to Rep. Jim Jordan Discussing Timeline and Platte River Network: “covering up some shady shit”…

  1. bearsgrrr says:

    Charge them all with espionage. Start talking or hang. I’m so done with this s#$@¡

    Liked by 26 people

  2. Craig W. Gordon says:

    Zzzzzz. Nothing happens until Trump gets in office, appoints an AG with balls, and opens up ALL the shady s*** thats been going on for ages. Hope all kinds of heads roll in whatever crack down happens.

    Liked by 12 people

  3. Bull Durham says:

    Statute of limitations will carry over into Trump Time.

    The conspiracy they entered into with the Criminal Clintons is not protected by Immunity.
    So many crimes were committed. It’s not one act.
    They knew what was going on, took money, even billed Clinton for the time they testified to FBI.
    Any first time prosecutor can nail them all.

    Be patient. Christie and Rudy are coming to town.

    Liked by 34 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      There will be federal grand juries packed with Deplorables who will be listening to the facts in a few more months, February at the latest.

      Liked by 26 people

      • joanfoster says:

        I want to see a pack of deplorables unleashed on Lois Lerner, one of the most deplorable human being to ever occupy a position of public service. I want her sorry ass chased out of DC on a rail.

        Liked by 11 people

    • Betty says:

      Which is why we need to double our prayers and thanks to God for the safety of these magnificent patriots.

      Liked by 14 people

    • MVW says:

      It is all about stashing the cash. It is all about Sharia banks. Dictators, terrorists and terror countries, Uniparty cronies like Soros, Saudi princes, the viper nest is Sharia banks. It is why Uniparty has made the shift to Islam away from Christianity. It is about money.


  4. James23 says:

    No matter how bad it gets the GOP Congress will do nothing. We have a thoroughly corrupt feral gov’t and no opposition parties.

    T’ird World Banana Republic

    Liked by 5 people

  5. moe2004 says:

    Can’t stand all this corruption but don’t forget the biggest issue is no thought at all regarding our national security all for pay to play. Feel like puking…

    Liked by 3 people

  6. jackphatz says:

    So who’s the AG going to be? And another thing. Will Trump and his new cabinet get the full cooperation from Congress? I still feel Ryan will be the biggest a$$ hole on the planet, Flake will be his faithful Senate sidekick.

    I hate these people, just when we can finally get the justice the country deserves!!!

    Liked by 3 people

  7. TwoLaine says:

    I watched/listened to the whole thing, in between operating on computers. It was VERY informative!

    Cummings and the DIM’s were their usual TURDS, doing everything they could to obstruct justice and cover for their crooked, corrupt old hag..

    Liked by 3 people

  8. freddy says:

    It seems more like the three amigos Gowdy Jason and Jordan have these debates to fail to get enough evidence or smoking gun so Hillary has a new talking point and alibi. Sorry but these guys are batting.000000000 in like 4 years. At what point do we say they are working for the other side in a weird roundabout way. Go home fools let Judicial Watch take care of it. Congress is dead same as the FBI and IRS they are all useless. Gowdy is a paper tiger I laugh at him. Jason is worthless with his threats… I never watch nor listen to these morons anymore….

    Liked by 15 people

    • Trumpelstiltsken says:

      I agree. These guys are all bark and no bite.

      Liked by 5 people

      • jackphatz says:

        I fault Gowdy for continuing the charade once he was told by Boehner ,then Ryan, that none of their well sought information would go anywhere. They are all being overpaid by the government to “serve”. So Gowdy, unless he really needs this money (and pension) failed us by not being honest with us as to what the purpose of all this was for, he should have walked away from this deceit. Issa too.

        Shoulda, coulda, woulda.


    • coltlending says:

      So true.

      Quit with the congressional kabuki theater that goes on for years with no consequences, but for a lot of wasted money and let Judcial Watch put that money to use.

      Liked by 2 people

    • maxx power says:

      Don’t forget to add Daryl Issa to that list. They all work for the other team. Always did.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Wend says:

      Designate ’em for assignment.


    • This is the result of a legislative body that has abdicated their constitutional power and then feeling the utter contempt from those who know that body is powerless.

      There would be much more respect for Congress if they just had the balls to exercise their power.

      Liked by 1 person

      • coltlending says:

        Howard Hughes is reported to have said, “Every man has his price.” I can’t cite the source, but I remember reading it when I wrote about him for a class in High School ( circa 1976).

        Think about that.

        Adjusted for Inflation, if you had HH money; 2.7 Billion Dollars of WAM to spread around the U.S. Congress, well, that would buy you a room full of whores.

        Now think about what Foreign or Domestic entities are capable of doing that?


  9. NJF says:

    Kinda funny to consider what Platt River thought when Lyin’ Rotten Clinton held that press conferences and lied, and lied, and then lied some more.

    Liked by 2 people

  10. Another dog and pony show by the actors of both sides who put on these shows to make the ignorant base of both parties think they are doing something, when in fact they are doing absolutely nothing. It would be better if they just shut up because all they are doing are fooling the ignorant base into voting for them and they know it. If they just shut up, the the ignorant base would be dissed and would be saying,”I’m not voting for them because they do nothing about all this corruption.” But with the dog and pony show, the ignorant base says, “wow, look at how tough that Trey Gowdy is. Boy, he really stuck it to those guys. Look at how tough that Jason Chaffetz and Jim Jordan and Issah are. Boy, they really hauled them before congress and grilled them.I’m voting for them ’cause by gosh, they are doing something about this mess.”

    The internet would get the info out and a few like Lou Dobbs, and Varney would get the info out. We don’t need these dog and pony feed the ignorant base some manna from heaven shows with do nothing talk. Name one person who has been charged with a crime, one person who has been prosecuted, one person who has been fired, one person who has been thrown out of office, or one person who has suffered any negative consequences due to THE REPUBLICANS holding hearings. Just one. The dems, got Nixon impeached, and Scooter Libby sent to prison, but Pubs. are batting zero.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Lucille says:

      Whoah! “…feed the ignorant base”…!! Seems Hillary is not the only adept at insulting Mr. Trump’s supporters.


      • sunshineonmyshoulder says:

        I think the sentence would be clearer written like this “We don’t need these dog-and-pony-feed-the-ignorant-base-some-manna-from heaven-show with do nothing talk.”

        In other words, politicianscum isn’t saying the base is ignorant — He/she is describing the situation. I can see how it is confusing, Lucille. (not being critical here)

        Liked by 1 person

        • Thank you. I was referring to the ignorant base that buys into the BS of these clown shows and then go out and vote for the likes of Graham, Ryan, Flake, McCain, McConnell,etc. Certainly not Trump supporters because I don’t think we are swayed by these clown shows. I would never call a Trump supporter Ignorant. Matter of fact, we are a basket full of brilliant deplorables!!!!!

          Liked by 1 person

          • joanfoster says:

            Deplorables – folks that woke up between the election of 2008 and 2016 and realized that they had been screwed over by the Democrat Party, Barack Obama and all of his Muslim minions strategically placed throughout government. Once awaken, they will never slumber again.


    • raw moon says:

      … and thus congress has approval ratings in the teens. obama over 50% (sigh)


  11. Rick says:

    All this corruption is even too good for a storybook writer to come up with. I, too am tired of this corruptive, paid to play government of ours. After Trump is sworn in, every member of Congress and the Supreme court should have to retake their oath of office. Prior to doing so, they should be warned that the new DOJ under the Trump administration is going after Clinton and anyone associated with her Pay to Play schemes. No matter Dem or Repub, civil servant or private contractor, either you speak or if found guilty, you’ll be going to the big house.

    TRUMP/Pence 2016

    Liked by 2 people

    • LBB says:

      ” No matter Dem or Repub, civil servant or private contractor, either you speak or if found guilty, you’ll be going to the big house.”
      First ones coming forward are going to get the better deal. Hope they don’t wait too long.

      Wonder if this being Colorado based company had anything to do with how the state officials have/are behaving during campaign process ?

      Liked by 2 people

  12. litenmaus says:

    October 7, 2008

    The executive of a Boulder software company accused of violating the U.S. trade embargo with Cuba has pleaded guilty in an unrelated case to a misdemeanor charge that he hacked into a competitor’s computer server and took protected information.

    When did Hillary take her oath of office? And which company did she choose to handle her server & the classified, confidential and top secret meta data held within?

    Yes folks, Platte River, three months prior to Hillary becoming Secretary of State, Platte River was embroiled in violating embargoes and theft of competitor electronic data and this is the company that she hired to handle her server.

    Shady Sh*t indeed.

    Liked by 14 people

  13. mazziflol says:

    More kabuki theater. Not like this is anything new though right? I mean this is all the same data and information that Gowdy turned up but did nothing with right?

    Liked by 2 people

    • Daniel says:

      Not necessarily. The fact is, there have been a LOT of hands on this. They have to keep fishing to find some hands that are willing to talk. Also, the more people they can identify while they are alive, the more likely they are to remain alive. If it’s someone nobody ever heard it, it’d be a meaningless death.


    • Keln says:

      What do you expect them to do? Lawfully, Congress cannot prosecute anyone. All they can do is inquire. It is up to the Justice Department and a Grand Jury to bring charges, which obviously won’t happen under Obama. The only recourse for Congress is to either impeach someone (like the President) or continue to issue subpoenas and do investigations.

      The President (the executive branch) is tasked with executing the law. Congress with making the law. Judicial with interpreting the law.

      So it is up to Congress (constitutionally) to bring charges of impeachment when a president refuses to execute the law. They won’t do it because the public will is not strong enough to do so and it would serve nothing more than to hurt Republicans during an election.

      So they continue the Kabuki and hope one of these worms says something damning. That’s all they can hope for. If it’s something damning enough, the DOJ (the President basically) can no longer ignore it.

      And before you say “Obama would ignore anything”…not if it was bad enough. If it was unquestionably clear language showing evidence of highly criminal behavior by Clinton, then the public would demand it. Even lame-duck Obama is subject to the whims of the greater populace.

      Inaction has dire consequences down-ticket and in the current presidential race. Hillary would likely be replaced in such a scenario and someone else running in her place. And Obama wouldn’t want to do anything to jeopardize his future of well-paid speaking fees because he was stubborn about not prosecuting what is so obvious to everyone. He cares far more about himself than Hillary.

      After all, Obama has never met a person he wasn’t willing to throw under the bus if it saves his own skin. Or if it happens to be a day that ends with “-day”.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Wend says:

      Gowdy makes Hamilton Burger, the hapless DA in Perry Mason, look like a winner.

      Liked by 2 people

  14. Keln says:

    Someone needs to get these guys in a back room, with their lawyers, and tell them:

    “Look, there is a high probability right now that Donald Trump is going to win this election. And if he wins this election, he is going to go after some of these corrupt people in government, starting with Clinton and everyone else involved in the Clinton Foundation scam. Because that thing is not going away any time soon. And his Justice Department will take down anyone involved with them that doesn’t cooperate. So it is in your best interest to start cooperating now.

    If you don’t, you can continue pleading the Fifth from inside a prison cell for quite a while. Because you will be involved in greater racketeering charges under RICO, not just the lesser charges you might be facing now. There is evidence of your collusion, and you can be named an accessory to any charges brought against Clinton, her foundation, and anyone else tied to that racket, without any future promise of immunity. Because you had access to evidence concerning it, and you willfully helped cover it up. This is your last chance to distance yourself from it. We clear?

    So start talking…”

    Ah well, I can dream can’t I?

    Liked by 3 people

    • Daniel says:

      Presidential pardons are coming…

      Liked by 1 person

      • Keln says:

        Presidential pardons on that scale would end careers and cause more damage to the Democrats than anything in previous history. It’s a fine line to walk.

        In the minds of the public (and rightly so), widespread pardons of political figures would imply guilt and corruption. The Democratic Party is already facing an unprecedented level of distrust due to the Wikileaks email leaks. That kind of mass pardoning might destroy the party.

        Optics are so important. That is the worst kind of bad optics. It may not matter this election, since they would come after it, but it would spell disaster for future elections. That’s why you never see pardons on that level. They can get away with a few questionable ones here and there, but beyond that, it is self-destructive politically.

        Obama’s only interest right now is himself and making money. He can’t do that if he is to blame for killing his own party. He’ll do what he can to not rock the boat and spend the rest of his life playing golf and raking in huge speaking fees. He’s in the catbird seat, as long as he doesn’t do anything drastic, which mass pardons would be.

        Liked by 1 person

      • MVW says:

        It won’t protect ill gotten gains. Go after the money, go after all the pay to play money, all of it.

        The money known is only the tip of the iceberg. Easy to have Soros deposit money in a Sharia bank off book. How much has Obama, Valery Jarret, Huma, etc squirreled away?

        Countries, Google, Apple, Chinese billionaires, Dictators like the Castros, or the North Korea, it is impossible to know what pay to play deals have been made. The Gulf State Arab countries. Trillions of US dollars has gone into the Middle east. Skimming hundreds of billions would be a drop in the bucket.

        All off book.


    • Chris says:

      “We clear?

      So start talking…”

      Ah well, I can dream can’t I?

      ..Right there with ya Keln, and with plenty of stored up Cold anger , for as long as it takes !


  15. clash108 says:

    Platte River Network employees had access to all of Hillary’s classified emails. They were in all essence acting Secretary of States.

    Liked by 1 person

  16. Trumpelstiltsken says:

    “shaddy,” LOL. I’m thinking these guys aren’t the sharpest knives in the drawer.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Howie says:

      They should order Pagliano captured by the Sgt. at Arms. If they do not why would anyone ever answer a subpoena? That is a complete breakdown of the rule of law. The other two give them immunity and force them to tell. Ask the one that talked how much his lawyer is charging him, not if he had help to pay.

      Liked by 1 person

  17. Paul Killinger says:

    He said it right…

    “Covering up some shaddy s***”

    Liked by 2 people

  18. Howie says:

    They have a perfect right to not incriminate themselves. But if given total immunity that right goes away. Give them immunity. Catch the big fish, not the bait.


  19. Howie says:

    We may have some new McDougal’s.


  20. Political Reviewer says:

    This is all such BS it makes my head spin. If Trump…in his personal life…had done even 1/6th of what Hillary did as SOS and what she and Bill did with their Foundation, Trump would be hung out to dry by every Democrat and their cohorts in the LSM. But Hillary…oh, no…she never ever does anything wrong, never lies, never breaks the law. It all makes me want to vomit.

    Liked by 2 people

  21. R-C says:

    It disgusts me to hear Rep. Jordan whining about how nobody respects the Congress.

    The US Congress is invested with enormous power…power which the republican party refuses to use. Instead, we see representatives whine and simper over their plight–or they hold ‘show hearings’ and threaten law suits–ALL of which amounts to NOTHING.

    Little wonder nobody respects them. They aren’t worthy of respect.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. zephyrbreeze says:

    Sharyl Attkisson puts out a no-spin timeline of the email scandal. There were multiple servers.

    This is corruption on a grand scale.

    Liked by 5 people

  23. William F BUCKLEY Ghost says:

    Another RINO bread and circus gladiator show to entertain the masses while they rob us blind. Nothing but a re-election advertisement for the committee members!


  24. tradmomof3 says:

    This is from July but has some really interesting & scary info if the FBI source is accurate ” The Hillary Clinton email server was merely a distraction from the Clinton Foundation and most of DC is in up to their necks in what could be the biggest scandal of all times”

    Liked by 1 person

  25. tradmomof3 says:

    Okay my comment keeps vaporizing….is it the link to the article that is suspect or something else? Tried twice.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. tony E says:

    cant they subpoena for PRN phone records? all her 13 devices communications went through their fingers i bet. would not all the texts from those devices by stored in the verizon, sprint, etc newtork


  27. Herk says:

    Every time a person or company gets involved with the clinton’s, those people end up in trouble.


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