Sunday Talks: Cue The Lukewarm Defenders…

“It must be remembered that there is nothing more difficult to plan, more doubtful of success, nor more dangerous to manage than the creation of a new system. For the initiator has the enmity of all who would profit by the preservation of the old institution and merely lukewarm defenders in those who gain by the new ones.” ~ Niccolò Machiavelli

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“The lion cannot protect himself from traps, and the fox cannot defend himself from wolves. One must therefore be a fox to recognize traps, and a lion to frighten wolves.”

~ Niccolò Machiavelli

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243 Responses to Sunday Talks: Cue The Lukewarm Defenders…

  1. sundance says:

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  2. Warrior1 says:

    Leakers like Corrupt Comey need to be prosecuted.

    Liked by 24 people

  3. tytanshammer says:

    Trump cornered Comey so he HAD to tell the truth, and now Trump can leverage that exposure into real swamp-draining. Brilliant.

    Liked by 40 people

    • MrE says:

      4D Chess.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Daniel says:

      Not 4D chess. It’s clear that Comey was cornered and that he believed President Trump had the facts on Comey based on how he was fired. As swamp draining goes, the portion of the swamp which was demonstrably interfering with justice which was in place has now been removed. While it’s still possible there may be leakers within the FBI, the going forward of investigations and prosecutions of other swamp creatures is now far less impeded. I would go so far as to say with Comey in place, certain investigations would NEVER end and certain prosecutions would never occur as a result.

      Exposure in and of itself, is not an end. The effect of the truth getting out is more temporary than the damage of lies already told. People react with feelings, not facts and we all know lies appeal to feelings and the truth correcting lies never quite erases the effects of the lies due to the emotional component.

      Honestly, this exposure SHOULD be enough to stop this nonsense outright. But there are people not yet prepared to let that go. The reason why? Feelings and, of course, among them is the addiction to power and wealth they control through government.

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  4. How about telling us why you decided that the country shouldn’t know that Trump was not under investigation..,and allowed this farce to continue for the last 5 months.

    Liked by 45 people

    • tytanshammer says:

      Not notitying congress, but notifying the press…..

      Liked by 2 people

      • Curry Worsham says:

        Did notify Congress (Intelligence Committee). Did not announce through the press that PDJT was not under investigation.

        Liked by 7 people

        • ladypenquin says:

          And the intelligence committee and all their staff knew that President Trump was not under investigation. See Sundance’s most recent Deep State article.

          Liked by 4 people

    • BigMamaTEA says:

      Which will be the first question I ask of my dumbazz Senator, the one at the front of that video!

      Liked by 23 people

      • Dixie says:

        First question from me to Richard Burr too! Sending a letter tomorrow with a hard copy of American Thinker article where Sundance’s article was copied today. Sending via letter because Burr has shut down his email contact system.

        Any senator who would shut down communication from his continuents is a corrupt coward!

        Liked by 8 people

        • notasmidgeon says:

          Wonder if it would be enough to send a copy of American Thinker’s post featuring Sundance’s article to everyone on the list with their name underlined. If many of us did that? Seems like it would get a message across, that we’re very aware of whos’s on the list and allowed this to continue.

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        • deanbrh says:

          Hey Dixie, wouldn’t you be shocked if ANY Senator was NOT a corrupt coward? I will send the AT post to all of them even though yesterday I canceled my subscription to AT because they printed a hateful article written by a man who was angry about the Paris Accord debacle and was also spouting stupid lies.

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        • BigMamaTEA says:

          Dixie, expect it to take a little longer if you mail to DC. If you haven’t mailed it yet, send it to one of your State offices for Burr. DC mail supposedly goes through extra screening, since way back when Boehner’s office received an envelope of white powder.

          I’d also be calling Burr’s office to complain about lack of email, and what’s up with that. Guess he’s not worried about re-election.

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          • Dixie says:

            Thanks, I’ll send it to all four of his state offices. In fact, I think I’ll deliver one to the republican office here if anybody is “manning” it now.

            Right, he’s not worried about anything as he was just re-elected in 2016 and he has said he doesn’t plan to seek re-election. Five more years of Richard Burr seems like a lifetime.

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    • Daniel says:

      Rhetorical questions get you nowhere. The truth can only serve to stop further disinformation, but it doesn’t change the emotional stated created by the innuendo of President Trump being under investigation.

      It will not matter to people to remind them that Clinton was factually under criminal investigation and that the Clinton foundation IS under criminal investigation. What matters most to some people is the idea that president Trump “may have been” under some sort of investigation even if no one ever said so outright.

      People are not rational.

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      • StateSovereigntyNationalUnion says:

        Subversive threats require heroic efforts to prove or disprove convincingly. Which is why they are so dangerous; the attack lingers.

        Last chance for RINOs to chose sides.

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      The Big Picture:

      Because 702 is up for reauthorization and Obama used the surveilliance to spy on and unmask candidate Donald Trump’s campaign and also President Elect Donald Trump. Obama got caught by President Trump.

      Intelligence
      Spy powers at risk amid Trump controversy
      By Sean D. CarberryMar 23, 2017
      https://fcw.com/articles/2017/03/23/spy-powers-risk-trump.aspx

      They (the Swamp) use surveilliance to keep themselves in power. The NYT is a mouthpiece for the CIA:

      Congress Must Reauthorize Foreign Surveillance
      By THOMAS P. BOSSERTJUNE 7, 2017

      Tom Cotton was on the island to plot against Trump with Ryan etal. The Intel Committee will keep spinning the Trump muh Russia until 702 is reauthorized:

      GOP senator pushes for clean reauthorization of foreign intel law
      BY MORGAN CHALFANT – 04/24/17 04:32 PM EDT
      http://thehill.com/policy/cybersecurity/330284-gop-senator-pushes-for-clean-reauthorization-of-foreign-intelligence-law

      Intelligence
      ODNI lobbies for FISA 702 reauthorization
      By Sean D. CarberryApr 20, 2017
      https://fcw.com/articles/2017/04/20/dni-lobbies-on-fisa.aspx

      UNLESS WE ACT AND LET THE INTEL COMMITTEE STAFF BE CONSTANTLY UNDER STRESS FROM CITIZENS. They must stop this muh Russia attack against President Trump.

      Sorry for yelling but the Swamp creatures deserve it.

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  5. Anne says:

    This video is not available outside the US. Can someone tell me the name of that Senator, so that I can search YouTube to see if the video was copied on another channel?

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  6. bulwarker says:

    Hm, I feel PDJT is playing 4d chess atm:

    “Mueller has had a spate of other high-octane hires, including Andrew Weissmann, chief of the fraud section of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division. Weissmann was director of Justice’s Enron Task Force, where he oversaw the prosecutions of Jeffrey Skilling, Ken Lay, and Andrew Fastow. While at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Manhattan, Weissmann helped prosecute high-ranking members of the Genovese, Colombo and Gambino crime families, and fought the infiltration of organized crime on Wall Street.”
    https://www.axios.com/mueller-adds-muscle-for-russia-investigation-2439721714.html

    Then there is this:

    Nominated FBI director Wray served on the President’s Corporate Fraud Task Force and oversaw the Enron Task Force and other major fraud investigations.

    Too much coincidence, I believe Trump is several moves ahead at the moment and taking aim at internal corruption (Clinton Foundation?)…

    Liked by 23 people

    • Bouchart says:

      Possible. Right now I don’t trust Mueller as far as I can throw him.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Daniel says:

        With good reason. When Solyndra failed, Mueller was the FBI director who was in charge when the FBI claimed all of the records of that company and then did NOTHING with it — it’s probably still sitting there in the FBI’s storage.

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      • Azrajo says:

        You are right not to trust him. Comey and Muller are joined at the butt. He collaborated with Comey against a previous Republican President , Bush. Why do you think Obozo appointed them. Obozo wanted Comey named to the Supreme Court.

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    • calbear84 says:

      Taking down the CF would be awesome! Politically less risky than going directly for Crooked Hillary at this point, but would have a major effect on Trump’s efforts to restore the rule of law.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Jim in TN says:

      What does the CF have to do with Mueller’s charter?

      https://www.justice.gov/opa/press-release/file/967231/download

      Maybe the Russia thing could be turned into an investigation of O’s white house abuse of Intel, or of C’s campaign, but the obvious collusion with Russia and the CF was to make the C’s rich, not to hack the campaign.

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      • NC PATRIOT says:

        As stated earlier in the thread, the DOJ Special Council answers to the AG. If he wants to deviate from the original assignment (Russian involvement in the election and collusion)
        he needs to consult the AG (Sessions) who ONLY recused from Russia et al) So Sessions could direct him to investigate unmasking of private citizens, or leaking to the press, or even Comey, I would guess.

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      • I believe there is a sentence or paragraph at the end of the SC assignment to this effect: Look into muh Russia, possible collusion, possible obstruction, “and anything else that might come up.” Heard that on the radio today. IOW, a free pass.
        If these attys appointed to the SC’s team are fraud experts, they would also be RIICO experts. This may be what the WH and DOJ have in mind? Sean H. and friends are screaming to get rid of Mueller. Hmmmm… Why would that be???

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      He is going to take down Manafort.

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    • mitrom says:

      I’m sure Congress will stall confirming the new FBI director so the swamp can do its damage.

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  7. Orygun says:

    Lankford is a real tool. He suggests that Comey is telling the truth after being caught in several lies and it is the President that somehow acted inappropriately. What a swamp beast!

    Liked by 25 people

    • BigMamaTEA says:

      We tried to beat him when he got elected to the Senate. He beat us by 20,000 votes. He’s the first one who’ll tell you that the Primary for that seat was the REAL election.

      **Anything he says after that, is probably a lie. He needs to go back to running Fall’s Creek Baptist children’s camp. Although, now he’s got a $400,000mortgage that he didn’t used to have. (ps you can get a lot of house around here for $400K) Hmmm, if I go hop the gated fence to where he lives, think I’ll get arrested? {sarc}

      Liked by 17 people

      • BigMamaTEA says:

        Oh, and 20K vote loss, in a PRIMARY is not much, especially this one. (patting myself and other on the back) We really got the vote out for a primary in OK.

        Liked by 8 people

      • kathycovfefe says:

        If he’s got a $400k mortgage, he’s probably got a $2 million house. How much house does $2 million buy around those parts? I couldn’t even find anything in that price range when I looked on zillow. I don’t know the area, though.

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      • Mike says:

        …children’s camp… ?!?
        mmmmm. Any Epstein – Weiner connections, or parallels?

        Liked by 3 people

        • BigMamaTEA says:

          Nope. We’re in the Bible Belt. The State Baptist Church organization own a chunk of land in south Oklahoma, where they for generations, have hosted Church camp, weekly, with different Baptist churches coming for a week at a time from all over the State. Each church, bring their own Youth Leaders and “ladies from the church” to cook for the whole group. It’s in the part of the state where there are rocks and canyons to climb, and there are some “falls” that are big for Oklahoma. It’s legit.

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    • freedom says:

      Yes, Lankford appears to be somewhat dull witted. He says there may be “obstruction of justice” and then later says Comey confirmed that there was none. I would guess that Lankford was, and probably still is, a #neverTrumper or a RINO.

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    • The Boss says:

      Lankford, did come across as a tool. But not the sharpest tool in the shed. I wonder what size pussy hat he wears?

      Liked by 1 person

  8. Keln says:

    These swamp creatures are really proving more and more to not be all that intelligent. I mean, if I were in their position and saw all that was going on, I’d be jumping firmly into the Trump camp as quick as I could in hopes to save my own bacon.

    But nope. Most of the GOP just dance around the edges, wanting to be in position to turn on him as soon as the opposition can get at him. Which isn’t going to happen. It’s all unraveling before our very eyes. President Trump is even giving big clues as to what is going to happen next, and they just aren’t getting it.

    They still do not understand who or what they are dealing with. They think he is going to get tripped up by their games. He isn’t playing their game. He’s making them play his.

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    • ASpade says:

      Keln, Remember that the construction of lies and corruption requires that the whole chain of corruption stay firmly connected. None of those creatures will extricate themselves from the chain until they feel it is the best course of action.

      This is why I believe Trump will be victorious in the long run. He will continue to push at the chain from all sides and the weak links will break first forcing the other links to pull closer together. Once the morale of the chain gets dangerously low, everyone will look out for themselves and their own self-interest will be their undoing.

      Sunlight is not something the darkness can withstand.

      Liked by 8 people

    • jmclever says:

      that’s precisely why I think there will be a whole slew of new lawmakers in 2018. Anyone who has half a brain can see that the people really enjoy President Trump and want the MAGA agenda to succeed.

      For example, I noticed today that gas prices actually were fairly steady and did not spike for Memorial Day weekend. I’m sure I’m not the only one who thanked God for President Trump as I was actually able to take a trip with my for once in the past 8 years. We are also able to take a few day trips this summer plus the weekend trip.

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    • R-C says:

      *”They still do not understand who or what they are dealing with. They think he is going to get tripped up by their games. He isn’t playing their game. He’s making them play his.”*
      – – – –

      I say this very thing several times a day. They actually think that President Trump IS the dolt they make him out to be. Much to their detriment, he is NOT. He’s thinking rings around them all.

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      • fangdog says:

        The thing one learns; there can be a difference difference between corrupt cunning articulation and intelligence. The swamp dwellers overestimate their ego’s and underestimate the moral commonsense of over 50% of the American patriots. The American people are becoming more and more aware of what is not good for them.

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      • Mike says:

        I will feel a lot better with a few swamp creatures shot, stuff or skinned…
        i.e. removal, prison and/or rope for them

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    • E C says:

      It ain’t over till the money guys say it’s over. It may be some cluelessness but IMO they’re waiting for the all clear signal.

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    • Texian says:

      Keln.. they are bought and paid for dude.. everything that comes out of their mouth are orders from their masters.. the better they can hoodwink and fool the people in order to push their masters’ agenda the higher they get and the more money they get.. it’s how they climb the political ladder. Intelligent – no, smart in carpetbagging – yes.. they are all congressional carpetbaggers.. 100% of them..

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    • NC PATRIOT says:

      Remember—-most all Repubs KNEW the Dossier was a fake, they KNEW PDJT wasn’t being targeted by the FBI—and yet they have allowed the continuous investigations, rampant negative press for five months against our lion—without saying a word or defending him, for the most part!

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    • Curry Worsham says:

      Yes. The swamp rats don’t jump off the ship because they don’t understand the ship is taking on water.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Vince says:

        Swamp rats see Trump on a ship alone, and themselves on dry land. Swamp rats see presidents and administrations as temporary distractions to be either obeyed or ignored, depending on whether the swamp agrees with them. But if they don’t agree, the administration isn’t going to be there forever like they are. This is why they have developed the idea that they are the ones who are actually in charge.

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    • And NOBODY but we Treepers understand his weaponized Tweet missiles! They think the Tweets are a sign of impulsiveness, anger, pique, sleeplessness (did no one but us hear him when he said he got 4-5 hours of sleep a night?), and peevishness.

      Far as I can tell every Tweet has landed directly on target! Bwahahahahaha!

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      • Keln says:

        Eh…I’d say the autists at /pol/ and the centipedes at r/The_Donald have a pretty good handle on “weaponized tweets”.

        There are millions aware of Trump’s strategy now. It’s the opposition that keeps pushing the idea that they are “impulsive” and the like, because they want to pressure him to stop doing it.

        Which ain’t gonna happen.

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  9. R-C says:

    If you are trying to break a chain using common tools, you attack the weak link. Comey IS that weak link.

    President Trump’s tweets above, regarding the FBI’s inability to ‘find’ the leaker(s), is an attack upon that weak link: the FBI ‘can’t find’ leakers when its director IS the leaker.

    Comey is a ditherer; a hand-wringer; a total BETA male. He’ll crack. And when he does…

    …everybody else goes down with him.

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  10. Southpaw says:

    That is as fired up as you will ever see Lankford. Like all politicians he is a wordsmith. Inappropriate means bad form.

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  11. recoverydotgod says:

    Lukewarm for sure.

    Sen. Lankford NEVER mentioned that Mr. Comey wrote in his written statement that President Trump discussed with Mr. Comey about leaks of classified information on February 14…same meeting as he said he spoke with President Trump about General Flynn. Sen. Lankford NEVER mentioned the discredited NYTimes story from February 14 (posted online: February 15 in print) that James Comey also discredited in his testimony.

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  12. andyocoregon says:

    Sorry to inject this in the discussion, but I’m burning mad about this offensive production I heard about on Fox & Friends this morning:

    http://insider.foxnews.com/2017/06/11/donald-trump-julius-caesar-stabbed-death-women-minorities-shakespeare-central-park

    I understand Delta, Bank of America and American Express are corporate sponsors of this outrage.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Walt says:

      then do not inject….

      Liked by 1 person

      • BigMamaTEA says:

        But, andyocoregon, please do post on Daily Open Thread.

        Liked by 1 person

        • StormyeyesC says:

          What andyocoregon refers to is a taxpayer funded production company that is running a play in Central Park depicting the brutal and savage stabbing to death of President Trump. IT NEEDS TO BE STOPPED I called all 3 sponsors and raise hell and also advised mty congressman that I do not want my tax dollars supported such outrage!

          Liked by 4 people

          • BigMamaTEA says:

            Hey Stormyeyes, long time no see! BUT it still belongs on the Open thread, not the Lankford is a dumbazz thread.

            Liked by 5 people

          • Walt says:

            doesn’t matter what his/her point is you do not inject other material in a post as BigMamaTEA states… there is a daily post for these type post, and as you can see that person injects on this thread then leaves.

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            • TPW says:

              Well Walt…….person injects then leaves…….they probable say the same about me ……but I have never taken the time to figure out word press or what ever its called…. tried joining and got a gazillion emails. Have lots going on with Mom who has dementia and raising a grandchild……although I rarely see comments to my post (probably good thing) LOL I love all the smart informed people of the Treehouse and of course Sundance.

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              • Ogzy says:

                I have trouble with WordPress which asks me to log in multiple times
                I have also been accused of posting the same post twice, and I was just following through WordPress prompts, trying to get just one post up!
                Disqus is not confusing like this.

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                • BigMamaTEA says:

                  Ogzy, did you figure out your problem with WordPress? Just following up. Reply back if you can, and let’s see if I can help, or find someone who can.

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              • Dixie says:

                You have my sympathy about your mom and dementia. The caregiver has a really tough job.

                Liked by 2 people

              • Coldeadhands says:

                You’re doing the Lord’s work. Prayers on your behalf.

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              • BigMamaTEA says:

                AND, I will add here, he did post on the Daily thread. We didn’t used to police it so hard, but with 40k+ subscribers now, it’s out of control without it.

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  13. David says:

    LANKFORD MUST BE PARTNER WITH GLOBALIST/ELITIST

    If I remember correctly; Jay Sekulow on Fox News Hannity stated Comey violated the Records act which could be 10 years in prison. News Media are spinning; saying they are comey’s private notes…WRONG…they are Government work papers. The Media is saying its nothing…no big deal. This is why Sessions needs Grand Jury Investigations…all this will stop.

    Alan Dershowitz stated President Trump can’t create an obstruction charge because he has complete powers over the FBI Director. One Example of Obstruction; If President Trump destroyed Evidence etc…in other words President Trump is 1 million light years away from Obstruction; the Media is lying to the public and getting away with it.

    Alan Dershowitz FOX NEWS…EXPLOSIVE JUNE 8, 2017
    Video posted yesterday at CTH

    (Not Exact in all his words, and some below are my opinions)

    NO OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE EVEN IF TRUMP ORDERED TO STOP THE INVESTIGATION
    President Donald Trump has the power to direct the Director of the FBI to STOP THE INVESTIGATION. THEREFORE, President Trump could never have Obstructed Justice or the Investigation. Again, President Trump can’t obstruct Justice if he is Exercising his Power given to him by the Constitution. if President Trump just fired Comey; he did not obstruct Justice.

    COMEY CONFIMRED that President Trump has the Power to stop the investigation legally; he said today under oath that President Trump has Unitary Executive Power and the President is in charge of the Justice Department. The unitary executive theory is a theory of American Constitutional Law holding that the President possesses the power to control the ENTIRE EXECUTIVE BRANCH…WHICH INCLUDES THE FBI.

    FLYNN: President Trump had the power to say Flynn is a good guy, he went through enough, and I hope you lay off him. That is within the Power of the President to do and he could have gone much further.

    PARDON: President Trump could have just Pardon Flynn; therefore, no jurisdiction to continue criminal investigation.

    MEDIA: stop talking about obstruction of Justice.

    COMEY: if he was so concerned and telling the truth; he should have resigned…in my opinion Comey was doing a J. Edgar Hoover. Comey thought he was a “King” above everybody, did not need to talk to anyone, and held all the power of the Justice Department…that is why he never told the public that President Trump was not under Investigation. Comey wanted Power and Job Security. LEVERAGE

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  14. BigMamaTEA says:

    Lankford, is just a useful idiot at this point. He’s naive enough to not realize it.

    Liked by 3 people

  15. Archie says:

    The only way to drain the swamp is to limit the federal budget, via constitutional amendment, to some ridiculously low value. Unfortunately, as red states such as Texas have proven, there are no there there. The states have to do the swamp draining to make it last.

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  16. JoD says:

    The “Russian Conspiracy”, was aptly labeled “Performance Art” by (of all people) Tucker Carlson.
    We know that just about everybody in DC except the parking attendant at the Motel 6 on Connecticut Avenue, know that this is all a concocted hoax. Keep this in mind when you hear these shills continue to try to keep this crap alive.
    Looking forward to President Trump detonating some under-swamp warheads…metaphorically speaking, of course.

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  17. Two amazing Machiavelli quotes. Sundance always comes through.

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  18. GForce says:

    Just started reading, for the third time, The Prince last night. Coincidence??

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  19. rumpole2 says:

    So many weasels…… they are acting on behalf of fellow weasels (like Comey)

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  20. Augie says:

    How many / which Republican officeholders have come forward with a full-throated defense of the President re Russia, Comey, etc.?

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  21. albrevin says:

    People in Lankford’s state need to let him know that you know.

    I have already done this with my tow lame Senators (Corker and Alexander) and our new representative David Kustoff, who is still a question (?) mark at this point.

    Let them know you know!

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    • rumpole2 says:

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    • rumpole2 says:

      The Failing NYT writer says he contacted FBI to ask “where he went wrong” LOL
      The FBI naturally DID NOT get back to him to reveal real evidence (in an ongoing investigation) and the NYT guy is too stupid to grasp that that is precisely the point!! The FBI is NOT supposed to be giving case info out. THAT is the job of “anonymous sources” who just make any old thing up. That is exactly WHY Failing NYT is FAKENEWS!!

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    • Joe S says:

      At the end of the video, again, the dossier. People in Congress should be shouting from the rooftops about the dump dossier.

      Why isn’t Steele in front of a grand jury or committee NOW? Then anyone else who used the dossier for ANY REASON whatsoever. That includes that idiot McCain, who if al-baghdadi is dead, should be questioned about the pics of his dead body as to whether this is the guy he met with.

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    • recoverydotgod says:

      Hmmmm. I question the lightweightedness of the interchange between Sen. Lankford and Jim Comey (Sen. Lankford asking to Jim Comey essentially…was he stunned by how anonymous sources could get the facts so wrong).

      Starting at 1:57-3:00 I thought was a good analysis of the significance of the Feb 14 NYT article that Jim Comey later in questioning by I think it was Sen. Cotton discussed, and how insignificant Jim Comey made it sound.

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    • OMG! That happened to me! Some mill manager complained bitterly about a news story I had written about him. I went out to the mill and asked to talk to him. Explained I was sorry and would like to correct any errors. He refused to talk to me. I never figured out what his problem was, although the mill DID close shortly after we talked.

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  22. rumpole2 says:

    Republicans Still Haven’t Learned Not to Bet Against Trump
    Styxhexenhammer666

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  23. jmclever says:

    Wow! No wonder God equate the lukewarm to vomit! (Revelation 3:16 tho some translations read spew, but you get the idea)

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  24. Howie says:

    And now for a musical interlude to think it over. it is almost 5 here and a 6 pack is cold in the frigidaire.

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  25. jackphatz says:

    We need a workable listing of either the good GoPe’s or the bad GoPe’s. 2018 is just around the corner.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Howie says:

      By 2018 they will be on their knees begging. The fun is now. The clues, the scams, the futile schemes, watching the flailing. Our good president is going to do what he said he is going to do.

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      • jackphatz says:

        We know or kinda know but many others have no idea what is happening now. Why all this is occurring. But, most important to realize is, these people believe the media because there is no one within the RNC/GoPe/ Republican Party out there defending the President. Here again, we are up against another crucial election in 2018. We must get people informed and alternate candidates known.

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        • Ronna McDaniel is and I hope and believe she is quietly recruiting Good Guys to primary our Bad Guys. Of course, she won’t be able to take a stand during the primaries, but I bet she’ll find a way to make it happen!

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          • jackphatz says:

            They key to any election is having honest people as the Precinct captains and committee members. There’s a reason why states only have “folk’s” like Portman, McCain, Graham, Flake…etc to vote for. It’s one big ‘good ole boys & girls club’. Next to state school board candidates, these people are usually the least known in every state.

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    • Bill Wright says:

      As we speak the GOPe is preparing to primary freedom caucus members and other conservatives.

      On another subject, we should be very wary of Mueller and his team of corrupt lawyers.

      http://bigleaguepolitics.com/reaching-prosecutors-run-country/

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    • If they are gop, they need to be voted out. Period. There might be one or two that aren’t full blown globalist puppets, but I doubt it. Not much hope for voting them out either, as the system truly is totally rigged. See: john mcstain, and so forth…

      It’s the district of criminals.

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  26. KTRL says:

    Has there been a single Congressman that has even considered that President Trump is telling the truth…and that Comey’s “let it go” and “loyalty” accusations (supported by invisible contemporaneous memos!) are false?

    Every commentator, even pro Trump (Judge Nap, Laura Ingrahm, Hannity), has completely ignored that Trump unambiguously denied these specific facts, going back to the Lester Holt interview.

    And speaking of the Lester Holt interview, it is obvious upon careful review that Trump never says he fired Comey because of “Russia”. He does say he did it DESPITE knowing it would likely prolong the Russia story/investigation (because Comey refused to say publicly Trump wasn’t a target).

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  27. NJF says:

    Good summary.

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  28. Howie says:

    Lotta Shakin’ goin’ on up there in DC. That is why we sent him.

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  29. Sherlock says:

    “The lion cannot protect himself from traps, and the fox cannot defend himself from wolves. One must therefore be a fox to recognize traps, and a lion to frighten wolves.”

    ~ Niccolò Machiavelli

    100%

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  30. MOA says:

    Who will support this man with their vote in the Legislature? Nary a Representative nor a Senator.
    The disturbing situation exists where PTrump with a good majority of electoral college votes can’t get legislation through Congress. The Uniparty still can’t believe what happened and will wait for it to go away.
    My fear is that American youth will vote as the British lot have. Their conditioning is strong.

    Only accumulated US cultural values passed on through generations of family can beat the social engineering imposed by the neo marxist US education system.

    We will see how “exceptional” the US really is during the next four years.
    Godspeed.

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  31. MIKE says:

    “In the beginning of a change, the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned.
    When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot.”~ Mark Twain, but I learned it right here @ TCTH. Kinda fits with the Machiavelli quote.

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  32. …and I wanted to ask Comey if anyone had investigated Donna Brazille’s ties to the Kremlin. After all, she has admitted to election fraud. No more ludicrous than the side-show now playing.

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      I read Donna Brazille was the one Seth Rich was having problems with at the DNC before his death.

      Anyone know where she was the night Seth Rich was shot? Just sayin’

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  33. freddy says:

    McCain says American leadership was better under Obama: report….. know thine enemy……..he’s at the door……..

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      President Trump should make McCain the Ambassador to Viet Nam. It will make him happy and finally we won’t have to watch him in his death throes or listen to his senile ramblings. Ye gads!! He is awful.

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    • vicschick says:

      Great article! I’m not surprised but I do know one thing. Our magnificent PDJT was annointed and appointed by God. I don’t care what these evil creatures throw at him, he is going to prevail. Full stop!

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  34. TwoLaine says:

    You forgot to warn us it was Deface the Nation. ;(

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  35. Ziiggii says:

    The sly FOX 🦊 is back!!! Being sneaky I see – what/who you slyly tracking there FOX 🦊??

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  36. 5haircut says:

    Back in the great depression my father was a part time fur trapper. In the winter time he would make more money in the three month mink trapping season than he could make farming all year . My dad had a cousin named Steve who was an Alaska trapper who was a specialist at trapping mink and he taught the highly prized art to dad. Mink were worth up to 35 dollars a pelt when the average job – if you had one- paid a dollar a day. Well nobody in the swamp had ever caught a mink, so they were highly pushed out of shape when dad started bringing hundreds of dollars worth of prime mink pelts to the market where they were selling their skunk, possum and coyote hides, worth about 2.50 to 5.00 dollars each. The reason I’m telling this life story is – anybody can catch skunks possums and the average run of critters, but nobody ever catches a mink by accident! unless you know the technology behind what makes a mink tick you will never catch him. We have a master trapper – The Donald – with technology far and above what it takes to clear out the swamp critters. He’s a real person who actually does real life. In general – the swamp critters they’re not very smart, and they have nothing more then the lies and deceit to fall back on. Soon they will all have their cover blown and the master trapper will skin them and sell their worthless hides – after all where gonna run – they are Fake people that don’t do real stuff — MAGA

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  37. William Ford says:

    Please realize that the GOP leadership supports the attempted coup. Notice that Mitch McConnell has made no statement of support for the President. Has been missing in action after the Comey testimony. Realize that the Russia collusion witch hunt could not continue if the GOP leadership wanted to stop it. Not one Senator after the Comey testimony has said the investigation should end…or that since the President isn’t under criminal investigation there is no need for a Special Council. These slugs want this to continue because they would like to see Trump severely damaged and unable to run for another term or if need be impeached. Trump must battle the traitors in his own party as well as the Dems and MSM.

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  38. Jay says:

    Love that Jay Sekulow! Hate StepAllOverUs!

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  39. Molly Pitcher says:

    Hoping it’s alright to drop this here. Is this the “Don’t worry little Jimmy we got your back” wink from Senator Burr? I didn’t catch this, some other smart folks did. Take a look at this, apprx 19;05 mark.

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  40. deanbrh says:

    Donna in Oregon,
    so exactly HOW do we “act and let the Intel community staff be constantly under stress from citizens.” ?

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  41. fangdog says:

    We are a Country of laws. Make everyone accountable to the law with consequences. This goes for gang-bangers, bureaucrats and politicians no matter who they are or think they are.

    This is going way too slow for me. We don’t need these people to go before “Dog and Pony Show” politician hearings. These people need to go before juries of citizens. The average law-breaker does not get to go before political hacks. Why is it these scumbags such as; Comey, Clinton, etc. afforded the luxury?

    Ignore the Libtards losers and that goes for Rhinos. Sometimes I think Trump tries to be too much of a “nice guy” with these subversives. Treat them for what they are; “Anti-American personal opportunists”.

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