Sunday Talks: Swamp Guardians Talk Shop – Trey Gowdy and Chris Wallace…

In a very rare national broadcast the chairman of the NCNEC (National Coordinated Never Ending Committees to nowhere), Trey Gowdy, sits down for a public discussion with the national spokesperson for the DC-UIC (DC UniParty Investment Committee) to discuss wide ranging options for how they can sell swamp linguistics to the gullible public.

Roosterhead’s best advice is to keep up appearances by talking-up the honor and character of Praetorian Mueller. However, Wallace is getting twitchy about the same-old-same-old still being possible, and shares his growing concern the proles might be catching on.

Investigations to Nowhere

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112 Responses to Sunday Talks: Swamp Guardians Talk Shop – Trey Gowdy and Chris Wallace…

    • Uncle Max says:

      That was painful. the duplicity on display is maddening.

      Liked by 23 people

    • Jlwary says:

      Mo is a liar. Not a good one. They should have gone on with the segment to really expose Mo. They had him flustered!

      Chris actually does ok here. It’s almost like Chris’ reaction is that of a sibling: only they can harass little brother (GOP), but if anyone else (the left) attacks little brother, he becomes defensive, ensuring the truth is stated.

      Liked by 10 people

    • jackphatz says:

      And all this was done on “Obama’s watch”.

      Liked by 6 people

      • mopar2016 says:

        Gowdy is as goofy as Wallace.
        “Russia is not our friend”
        “Wikileaks is not our friend”.
        “Julian Assange is not our friend”.

        Trey Gowdy is not our friend either.

        Who cares how many of Buraq’s people signed off on the Uranium deal?
        They all need to explain why.

        Liked by 22 people

        • Flova says:

          Howdy is a real dud.Probably has skeletons. Nobody but Trump can be trusted to do anything.

          Liked by 3 people

        • luke says:

          It tees me off when they just run with the assumption Russia hacked the DNC and gave the data to WikiLeaks. Anyone that makes that kind of statement is not our friend.

          No mention of Bill Binney’s group.

          No mention of DNC refusing to let FBI look at servers.

          No mention of DNC turning the investigation over to Crowdstrike and their connections.

          Wallace conveniently neglected to ask and Gowdy conveniently neglected to acknowledge. Neither should be trusted.

          Liked by 2 people

          • sat0422 says:

            They are but foxes trying to guard the hen house!

            As for the FBI looking at the servers, I read yesterday that the DNC had there servers inspected by some Group that does IT work and the the FBI was satisfied with that inspection and hit the trails to doing whatever it does otherwise. Sounds about right to me.

            They probably had the brothers who know the inside and out of IT in the senate and DC to do the inspection…that’s what I think.

            Liked by 1 person

        • The Devilbat says:

          mopar2016 “Wikileaks is not our friend”.

          Friend or foe, Wikileaks without any question helped enormously to win the presidency for Donald Trump. This is a fact.

          Wikileaks exposure of the DNC corruption and a lot of other things that came out convinced no small number of Americans to vote for him.


      • tvollrath66 says:

        Wasnt the 9 agencies he is talking about Obama’s cabinet members?

        Liked by 3 people

    • Running Fast says:

      Wow Chris Wallace actually made a reasonable stand there!?

      Liked by 4 people

    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      Whoa! That video was an eye-opener.
      Now let me get this right—
      Is that Mike Needham, Jane Harman, Gary Cohn, and then Mo what-ever his name is?

      One can tell Jane and Mo are good at lying, very good, with a lot of eye-blinking-. Talk about over-driving the narrative.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Ditch Mitch says:

      Mo was spouting out talking points. I heard the same lies being told most of yesterday: HRC was not involved in U1, 9 agencies approved (bozo’s clowns) etc.

      Mo got 2:35 of a 3:55 clip. Ari was talked over, Jane lied for 0:30 and Chris was compelled to call out the obvious lies. Finally Mike Neeham got the floor with about 15 seconds to go and couldn’t get a sentence out. Typical phoney “fair and banced” debate.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Wallace suddenly saw the light! I am smiling. First time for everything.

      Liked by 1 person

  1. tax2much says:

    The only difference between death and taxes is that death doesn’t get worse every time Congress meets.
    Will Rogers

    Liked by 27 people

    • jackphatz says:

      You know, we have two generations who have no idea who Will Rogers was. You can’t get any more American then Will Rogers!

      “Everything is changing. People are taking their comedians seriously and the politicians as a joke.” — Will Rogers

      Liked by 26 people

  2. Arkindole says:

    They are the inverse of the 4Chan Autists.

    Liked by 8 people

  3. InAz says:


    Liked by 9 people

  4. Q&A says:

    God, I hate when people think I’m stupid!
    Is there anyone, anyone (Bueller?) in South Carolina who could primary this weird-headed guy?

    Liked by 7 people

    • Daniel says:

      We need to formulate a Trey Gowdy drinking game. For example, when he says “laaaawww” we take a drink. When he makes reference to a blindfolded lady (whether or not he’s referring to “Justice”) we take a drink.

      He plays his role well. Lots of dramatic flavor there.

      Liked by 6 people

  5. Guffman says:

    Gowdy has been a real disappointment to say the least. Started out talking a big swamp-cleaning game but from Benghazi forward has been all talk, no action. Not only that, now he talks about what fine, upstanding and honorable guys Comey and Mueller are. Now I can hardly stand listening to him and his BS.

    Liked by 29 people

  6. trapper says:

    Holy smoke! What has happened to Gowdy’s head? Does anyone have a progressive series of photos of him? I swear his haircuts are getting more and more oddball, his face more and more gaunt, almost like a “this is what happens when you do meth” PSA.

    Liked by 12 people

  7. McCain was the one who found Mr. C. Steel. Did he help with FGPS and the dossier? I say yes.
    Trying to insert my evidence but can get a “paste” option. Grrrr


    • TPW says:

      When McCain came out publicly that HE was a recipient of the dossier and felt he had to take it to Comey……..he was trying to accomplish 2 things…1. make it look like he was not on the inside of being a part of having it produced 2. the same for the FBI…they were first receiving it from McCain and were not responsible for any of it……

      Liked by 4 people

  8. McCain was the one who found Mr. C. Steel. Did he help with FGPS and the dossier? I say yes.
    Trying to insert my evidence but can get a “paste” option. Grrrr

    Liked by 1 person

  9. Colt Lending says:

    Everytime he and others say such gibberish as Mueller is an honorable man, they are giving the middle finger to those who love the Republic.

    If they keep going down that road, leaving no doubt Statesmanship, the Rule of Law and the Republic is dead, this could get really ugly.

    Liked by 12 people

  10. Abbott Rock Monastery says:

    “In a very rare national broadcast the chairman of the NCNEC (National Coordinated Never Ending Committees to nowhere), Trey Gowdy”… LOL! Stop! I’m splitting my sides over here! And yet, so true.

    Liked by 6 people

  11. BAM says:

    Sundance’s descriptions have given me the best giggles today, so far!

    Liked by 9 people

  12. Budman says:

    Trey Gowdy: Mueller Team ‘Violated the Law’ Leaking Charges in Trump-Russia Investigation………..BUT!………… I stand by him

    Liked by 15 people

  13. TAS says:

    “Roosterhead’….now that’s funny!!!

    Liked by 5 people

  14. cbjoasurf says:

    Gowdey personifies everything that represent the swamp. A pox be upon him.

    Liked by 3 people

  15. susanphd says:

    Very funny article, Sundance. LOL. I enjoyed quite a giggle.

    I really like Trey Gowdy.

    Gowdy played a huge instrumental role in the downfall of Hillary. for instance, by ellicting certain testimony during the benghazi hearings, he established a video record that could be used later on to discredit her. Take for instance Hillary’s infamous quote: “what difference does it make?” That video was used over and over again to make her seem unpresidential.

    Trey uncovered Hillary’s perjury and negligence with handling top secret materials. Trey destroyed Hillary’s credibility and she lost the election.

    I think Trey is a very, very effective questioner. He gets right to the point without needless babbling or stuttering. He is smart, articulate, clear, understandable and he drills down to get the essential facts. I like his style.

    Trey has some new investigations coming up. I am looking forward to his next round of interrogations of witnesses. I think he is really a pleasure to watch.

    Regarding his personal appearance. What’s the problem?? He is clean cut and conservative looking. He epitomizes good taste.

    Quite the contrast to some of those female rodeo clowns.

    Liked by 2 people

    • lokiscout says:

      Susan, I agree with all you say but so far he hasn’t been able to get anything across the goal line. Hillary? Yes he was tough on her but she is still around stirring the pot. Benghazi? Nothingburger. Muller? “Broke the law” but still supports him.
      I guess Grandma drilled “Actions speak louder than words” into my head too well all those many years ago.

      Liked by 7 people

    • TPW says:

      Please go back to his questioning of clinton during that benghazi hearing…….watch how the “go getter” turns into a hesitant coward. His style completely changed that day as if he understood to not take it any further. I was screaming at my TV that day…….he was guilty as he!! of dropping the Ball.

      Liked by 6 people

      • parteagirl says:

        Yep- like when Romney wouldn’t even mention Benghazi during the Candy Crowley debate. It was like low hanging fruit and then Romney just stopped, like a dog that ran into an invisible electrical barrier and got zapped.

        Liked by 7 people

        • lokiscout says:

          Yep! Great analogy and that’s what they expected from President Trump also. At some point he would fold and back off. They should know by now he doesn’t fold he doesn’t know how to quit. He just stays in their face and keeps swinging. That’s the American way. That’s why we love and respect him. He brings out the Wyatt Earp, the Rocky Marciano, the George Patton in us (at least those who support him). Americans aren’t supposed to quit or give up. We “find a way”, “this won’t last”, “OK that didn’t work let’s try this”!
          OK, I’ll get off my soapbox before before I scare everyone off the thread but I sure is great having a Red White and Blue bleeding American in charge again!

          Liked by 4 people

    • kpm58 says:

      He has a good swing, too bad he can’t connect with the ball.

      Liked by 4 people

    • ladyfortruth says:

      susanphd :
      I agree with Sundance. Look at the bottom 5 pictures above the wording
      “Investigations to Nowhere”. Sundance labeled them correctly, exp: ‘Fast and Furious’,
      ‘Benghazi’, etc. I was SO VERY disappointed when each of these people were on their committees for weeks acting like they were going to get the job done only to end with
      allowing law-breakers to get by with their lawlessness! I would watch with high hopes—only to be disappointed time after time after time!

      Jason Chaffetz said on Judge Jeanine Pirro last night THAT is the reason he left Congress—because Congress won’t do anything, so maybe he WAS trying to do something after all and no one would back him up. (Well maybe that’s how Trump felt when some of the GOP-e would not back him up at times, Jason!)

      Liked by 2 people

  16. jnearen says:

    Been a long time since I practiced criminal law. But, there was a concept known as “fruit of the poisonous tree” whereby, generally, if you violated the law to gain evidence, the evidence would be disallowed. So, FBI takes an unreliable dossier (opposition research), presents it to a FISA court (presumably) to get a search warrant, uses the warrant to gain information on Flynn or whomever, and now uses that before a grand jury to obtain an indictment. Hmmm . . . could be some evidentiary problems. But, doesn’t change the political impact of any indictment.

    Liked by 7 people

  17. mariner says:

    If memory serves it was Mueller who directed the FBI to scrub its investigative records of information about ties to Islamic terrorism.

    But maybe I don’t even remember that Mueller was the FBI director.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. vml9000 says:

    Wallace is still spewing propaganda that Russia hacked the DNC and Podesta Emails…This is not a FACT. There is counter evidence that it was an inside job. Remember poor dead Seth Rich!

    Liked by 8 people

  19. Autumn says:

    “NCNEC” Excellent description! I think I’ll remember it best as NYUK-NYUK (h/t Curly)

    Liked by 1 person

  20. mopar2016 says:

    That whole Uranium scam happened while Mueller was FBI director.
    Gowdy is full of it.

    Liked by 7 people

  21. dumbplumber says:

    Of all the ‘investigations’ Gowdy has been in, I don’t recall him prosecuting, suggesting prosecution of charging anyone with illegal activity since he has been in the House.

    Liked by 6 people

    • svenwg says:

      I may be terribly mistaken, but I believe that none of the House committees have the power to prosecute. As far as I know they can only pass the evidence they collect to the DoJ and the DoJ then makes the decision to prosecute or not. Very similar to the powers of the FBI!!!!

      Liked by 2 people

      • Of course, but don’t remember any such material being passed with recommendations for prosecution. Maybe I’m wrong ….

        Liked by 1 person

      • This question has been coming up frequently on several fora that I contribute to. Do congressional committees actually have the authority to prosecute their findings? Or are they limited to just making a finding and then recommending to the Executive Branch that it be prosecuted?

        The truth is that it has occurred once in our history where a special prosecutor was appointed by a joint session of Congress, however, the laws have changed since then:

        “Role of the legislative and judicial branches:
        “The decision to appoint a special prosecutor is made by the executive branch, historically by the president or attorney general (or acting attorney general). The only exception to this was the Teapot Dome special prosecutors, whose appointment was mandated by a joint resolution of Congress.

        “Under the independent counsel statute, majorities of either party within the House or Senate Judiciary Committee could formally request the attorney general to appoint an independent counsel on a particular matter, but the decision of whether or not to appoint the independent counsel remained with the attorney general and was not reviewable in court. If the attorney general decided not to appoint an independent counsel in response to such a request, they were only required to respond in writing with the reasons.

        “Although under the statute the attorney general made the decision of whether or not to appoint an independent counsel, the actual selection of the individual to serve in this role was made by a three-judge panel of the US Court of Appeals.

        “Since the expiration of the independent counsel laws, as was the case before 1978, neither Congress nor the courts have any official role in the appointment of a special counsel; however Congress can use other powers to pressure an administration into appointing a special counsel. This happened, for example, in the appointment of Watergate special prosecutor Archibald Cox; senators secured a promise from Attorney General nominee Richardson to appoint a Watergate special prosecutor as a condition of his confirmation. Congress also has independent authority to investigate the president and their close associates through Congressional hearings as part of its government oversight role.”

        The answer to that question today is no……Congress can only make findings and cannot actually prosecute a case…….

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    • H&HC, 2nd-16th says:

      While I believe the Congressman is very articulate, I’m not sure of his real political leanings besides having the politician’s natural instinct of saying anything to survive. I believe the Dems were in power when he did most of his “investigating” hence he could have been shut down when it came to crossing the finish line.

      Liked by 1 person

  22. MaskOfZero says:

    A Special Counsel should be appointed for a specific purpose and stick to that purpose–otherwise, we have a partisan fishing expedition.

    Trey Gowdy is beginning to annoy me with his so-called principled stands.
    Tell me Trey–how can Bob Mueller investigate James Comey when the two are long time friends and colleagues?

    Comey admitted to deliberately leaking to the press–so where is the investigation into that ‘principled’ Tray Gowdy? Comey can be and should be charged right now for his self-confessed leaks to the NYT. What other leaks did Comey take part in?

    What about Andrew McCabe’s wife getting all that money for her political campaign just around the time McCabe was working on the Clinton email case? How can Mueller investigate McCabe?

    This whole matter stinks to high heaven–and Trey Gowdy and various Congressional committees are doing nothing to investigate these high crimes and corruption.

    Liked by 5 people

  23. Sundance, your last meme in this post, titled “Investigations to Nowhere”….please include under Chaffetz his promise to the families to get to the bottom of the utter treachery of the 38 killed on Extortion 17, including nearly 2 dozen from SEAL team 6…the ones that got OBL. To me this was an even bigger scandal than Benghazi. That went NOWHERE…and Chaffetz is now on Fox doing his job to plant seeds of doubt about Trump and his administration.

    Liked by 2 people

  24. visage13 says:

    Do you even notice how HRC never denies anything just puts everything back on the Reps and Pres Trump, which is a distraction in itself. Cannot wait to see her go down in flames.

    Liked by 1 person

  25. freddy says:

    At first it was hard to believe Gowdy was a federal prosecutor with an 85% win rate under his belt as I watch fast and furious the IRS lois lerner scandal then the Benghazi scandal and I started thinking is this guy a plant with all the theatrics and bold rhetoric. Now I know he a skinny little punk with a bad haircut acting as the cleaner for the wrong doings of Bama and Hillary Comey and Mueller. This guy is a complete idiot with an outdated schtick and weak Kabuki program…Then I thought of Sessions and it took some time but the only answer is the same…Swamp dog there to protect and defend the criminals….Sad isn’t it………

    Liked by 3 people

  26. Howie Rosen says:

    “…..NCNEC, National Coordinated Never Ending Committees to nowhere Gowdy….”

    Liked by 1 person

  27. I’m glad someone watched it. I only got through 10 minutes and had to puke.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. jeans2nd says:

    Well, nothing of worth was learned from that exchange. 13 minutes and 39 seconds of nothingness. Wonder if these ppl bore themselves?

    They are all circling the wagons to protect their own. The GOPe, that is.
    Yack yack yack. Get a job.

    Thank you for all the vids. They are all listened and analyzed, albeit silently. Much appreciated.


  29. yakmaster2 says:

    Trey Gowdy and Jeff Sessions are two men who like to talk about “principles” and “the law.” Their lofty stances are useless without a spine to act upon their supposed convictions. In regards to their fellow LAWYERS in government, they remind me of the fealty doctors have for one another—they’d rather grow a Pinocchio nose than admit one of their own committed malpractice.

    Liked by 2 people

  30. William F Buckley's Ghost says:

    Howdy Gowdy is all hat and no cattle! I will admit that his theatrical Southern drawl where he slowly enunciates “EVIDENTIARY” a few dozen times in the same hearing will fool a lot a people but the act is wearing pretty thin. The guy needs to be told he’s not fooling us anymore with Kabuki performance! Can you tell him, Sundance? 😎

    Liked by 2 people

    • Howie says:

      He is a lawyer from South Carolina. They have a very strange Stale Legal system there. Very strange. I can’t make any sense of it anyways.


  31. Texanfree says:

    So glad Sundance calls Gowdy a swamp guardian. That is exactly what he is. Big talk and no action.

    Liked by 1 person

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