Sunday Talks: Maria Bartiromo -vs- Trey Gowdy….

Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Trey Gowdy, appears on Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo.

Some key takeaways:  Remember, Gowdy is Chairman of the specifically purposed UniParty committee that drives investigations to no-where (FnF, IRS, Benghazi, emails etc.). As such, it is obvious between the spoken lines that Gowdy is positioned on HRC’s defensive flank; it is part of the UniParty fingerprint.

Secondly, mid-interview Mrs. Bartiromo is 100% accurate in her framework of the Strock described “insurance policy”; she gets it exactly correct.  Thankfully, the beltway apparatus has wedged the investigations that really matter away from Roosterhead.

Accepting the current storyline, in combination with the conversation, it looks like the Clinton email and Clinton foundation investigations will likely go no-where.  The investigation(s) that matter are how the FBI and DOJ handled the prior investigations and the mounting evidence against both agencies surrounding the 2016/2017 election corruption (Intel and Judiciary).

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282 Responses to Sunday Talks: Maria Bartiromo -vs- Trey Gowdy….

  1. rsanchez1990 says:

    Looks like roosterhead is scared of Sessions…

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    • jbrickley says:

      Roosterhead! Ha, I was just thinking his head looks like he cuts his own hair… I do like Trey’s performance art. He did skewer Hank Johnson from badgering a Border Patrol officer making testimony and Trey shut him down. You know, the same idiot Hank Johnson that thought Guam was in danger of tipping over!

      But at second look, that’s all it is performance art. He talks a good game and is indeed entertaining but they never get anything accomplished and I guess that is the goal.

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      • Bud Klatsch says:

        Yes, agree 100%, but a very huge disappointment that even this guy is part of the quagmire, if not the swamp. NO WAY those crooks at the IRS should have walked and retired with full bene’s. It is all part of the play along to get along DC pol crap!

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    • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

      I say all of them calling for sessions to be fired have alterior motives that align with rooster’s…
      Accept for the duped sheep (useful idiot repeaters)

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      • maiingankwe says:

        Deborah,
        Agreed. It just tells me they may know more than us on what our AG Sessions is working on, or doing some dang good guessing.

        OT: It seems Stephen has been put on Pelosi’s list of supposed white supremists/kkk to get rid off from the WH. She sent out a tweet today after watching his interview with fake jake this morning. I was unaware that the kkk now takes in Jewish people into their fold, it must be a recent thing since there are so many Jewish people that have lately been branded as white supremists and kkk supporters.

        I would think people who are levelheaded would know pelosi and others are lying through their teeth when it comes to these types of accusations. Unfortunately, there are far too many people who are so quick to believe what they are told without taking a moment to think it through or to research it. We need a great more red-pilling to be going on right about now. I’m just getting so tired of our supposed leaders with their outright lying. I find it to be a despicable trait that will hopefully come back to bite them on their bums.

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  2. Sayit2016 says:

    Ok I will be in the minority and I could be totally wrong…..

    I am trying to see where Gowdy is a bad guy… I just do not see it. Sundance mentioned something about Gowdy and some money it appears he has come into as a result of going to the “dark side”. I can not put my finger on it but something about this does not seem right about this. To me this interview does not point to anything bad with Gowdy- as Maria said Gowdy is ” looking for the Truth.

    Regarding his comments on Session– he is saying what many here have been saying ( that I disagree with ) that somehow Sessions is not doing his job. I think he is.

    Any enlightenment any one has is appreciated.

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    • sundance says:

      Gowdy is compromised. When Gowdy gave transparently guilty Clinton the exit he became attached to her outcome. Clinton now has leverage on Gowdy and it shows.

      Examples include Gowdy in WaPo criticizing Nunes investigation. and Gowdy defending Robert Mueller and Andy McCabe.

      When a black hat has leverage over you, you become useless.

      That’s why all the key white hat investigators have pushed Gowdy to the side.

      Nunes, Jordan, Goodlatte and Grassley are now on point. If Gowdy walks into a room where they are having a conversation, they will leave the room.

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      • “If Gowdy walks into a room where they are having a conversation, they will leave the room.”

        Best Sundance Quote So Far This Year Award

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      • John@OregonCoast says:

        Thank you for everything that you do Sundance. Thank you.

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      • I had such high hopes for Gowdy when he first came on the scene but something happened to him during Fast & Furious and he started pulling punches. By the time he started “investigating” Benghazi, it was clear that he was “all talk and no cattle”. Not sure what he was caught doing, or with whom, but he is clearly compromised! I always go back to John Grisham’s novel “The Firm” when I see someone so promising and on fire suddenly fizzle…the Swamp doesn’t like people who challenge them and Obama clearly continued where the Clintons left off at using the FBI as their own personal spy agency for their political enemies!

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        • mike says:

          You always wonder whether the pictures are merely adulterous and payola, or chickens, children and/or bodies…

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          • Searkreb says:

            I agree. It could be any or all of that.
            How do you live with yourself if you ever had a lick of decency?
            Look in the mirror gowdy and see what a piece of crap you’ve become

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            • gustafus21 says:

              Rush had a caller last year who said he tried to get into office on just the county level, and found that the RNC was only interested in candidates that were compromised. He said it changed his whole view of elective office, and recognized that John Wayne is not welcome in Washington or even local state houses.

              When Mr Smith comes to Washington… he’s a pain in the ass for the permanent residents who want business as usual. That is the deep state. The rest of these clowns come and go, enrich themselves as they “serve” … and the beat goes on.

              Now we know Denny Hastert was speaker BECAUSE HE WAS A PEDOPHILE… not in spite of it. That ONE piece of DC theater explains everything that is happening.

              The Rosetta Stone for the anti trump jihad is the exposure of Clinton donors, now that someone else holds the reins. Gates, Bezos, Slim, Google, and heavy hitters are subject to millions in claw back taxes and penalties… because the Foundation wasn’t legal.

              Charities are governed by draconian laws that are rabidly enforced… but for the Clinton Foundation. These heavy weights never imagined that their fate would be in the hands of a reality TV star with too much ambition…

              Gowdy, Sessions et al are on designer leashes meant to keep them on the reservation. Nobody knows what to do about Trump … they can’t kill him and impeachment is illusive.

              I think the terms are being hammered out as we type. I think he’s tired, disillusioned, and ready to make a deal to advance his agenda… by letting the Clintons, the FBI, CIA and Obama Administration off the hook.

              According to Charles Ortel – the claw back taxes and penalties on illegal Clinton Foundation contributions could be in the hundreds of millions of dollars. Any state AG or the FTC could begin the process which would quickly gain favor by hungry states.

              A perusal of the Clinton Foundation charter and the filings is enough to destroy the reputationis and fortunes of many in the 1%….. Again this isn’t just a clerical error.. this is gross negligence on a scale unseen.

              Readers should check out the Charles Ortel interview on Daily Caller… it explains the murder suicide pact between media, Hollywood, the DNC, GOP and the Bush/Clinton/Obama crime syndicate.

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        • Patriot Lady says:

          Vikingmom,
          If you can remember just one thing, remember this. it will explain all you need to know about these uniparty traitors….. Once elected, they have 2 goals and 2 goals only:
          1. to get re-elected
          2. to get as rich as possible while in office. (re-read Sundance’s post on the million$ in lobby bribes these scumbags collect)

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      • 17CatsInTN says:

        Of all of the compromised RINOs, Gowdy is the biggest disappointment to me. He could have been a sword. Instead he’s chosen to be a wealthy marshmallow — crisp on the outside, gooey nothingness on the inside.

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        • gustafus21 says:

          See my explanation above. Lap dogs like Gowdy and Sessions justify the leash laws by telling themselves they can still “serve” [how I hate that word] ….

          They know how they are compromised, and what they need to do to keep their jobs.

          they honestly believe that something is better than nothing… and that some good can come out of their works… so long as they keep their noses out of the business of DC regulars….. ie FBI, CIA and all the alphabet agencies that are permanent tenants

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      • Sayit2016 says:

        Thanks for the insight Sundance–I was not aware he gave Hillary an exit. Anyone that would provide any kind of cover for Hillary is not on the right side. With the mountain of information you give here, I missed that.

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      • Nunes, Jordan, Goodlatte and Grassley are quickly becoming American heroes in my view–please don’t spoil that image, gentlemen……

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      • Iron Lady says:

        Gowdy suggested we wait until Mueller finishes his investigation. That was the huge tell for me – a reminder that he is all hat and no cattle, with a sinister undertone given the seriousness of the situation. Despite everything he must know, he still has faith in Mueller?

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      • Bud Klatsch says:

        That along with the roosters miserable performance during the IRS criminality. A lot of public political posturing and zero results. Total DC BS!

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      • Sherbear says:

        He buzzed around Maria’s question as to whether or not HRC is above the law…you’re right, he’s a bag of wind.

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      • Patriot Lady says:

        Sundance,
        The real tragedy is that, unlike the corporate world, traitors/scumbags like Gowdy are virtually impossible to fire. And they know it. It takes a lot of money, clout and dedication for a candidate to take them on in a primary. Paul Nehlen can testify to that. And if a candidate does come forward, Gowdy’s campaign will hire some bimbo from 20 years ago to come forward with her high school yearbook and claim sexual harassment.

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      • Lunagirl says:

        Been confused about Gowdy as White Hat/Black Hat and ran across these comments when googling his name today. What do you think of Q January 31 drop that those chanting USA at State of Union [which includes Gowdy] have been FREED from blackmail? Is blackmail of politicians related to changes in Martial Law?

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    • titania97 says:

      Sayit2016, I don’t know where my answer to this ended up–but will try to re-post as response to your comment. Below is what I noticed in the Maria/Gowdy interview & a couple of sources to check out off the top of my head.

      Go to 2:00 minute mark thru 4:45 section of the interview. Maria fumbles a few of her facts in this interview. She confuses 2 separate IT guys that both were given some form of immunity by the FBI/DoJ.

      Maria refers to Bryan Pagliano as the guy who lied to FBI and later had an “Oh Sh**” Moment and then later tells FBI he forgot that he deleted some HRC e-mails from Platte River Networks servers.

      In actuality, it was not Bryan Pagliano–it was Paul Combetta, aka “Stone Tear” (Combetta’s Reddit Username) https://twitter.com/almostjingo/status/949190794488852480

      I think Pagliano also received some form of immunity deal as well– he, too, deleted all of his work e-mails and Chaffetz + Oversight Committee recommended he be held in Contempt of Congress in September of 2016 for refusal to comply with a subpoena.

      http://docs.house.gov/meetings/GO/GO00/20160922/105372/BILLS-114-Report-C001076-Amdt-1.pdf
      http://docs.house.gov/Committee/Calendar/ByEvent.aspx?EventID=105372

      Isn’t this an example of a Committee recommending a criminal investigation?????
      (Who dropped the ball? Ryan? Lynch? US Atty of DC?)

      Also–other relevant facts–
      On October 24, 2017: Note the following joint committee investigations opened:

      1) Chairman Gowdy & Chairman Goodlatte Open Joint Investigation into Decisions made by DoJ in 2016
      https://oversight.house.gov/release/gowdy-goodlatte-open-investigation-decisions-made-doj-2016/

      2) Chairman Gowdy & Chairman Nunes Open Joint Investigation into Obama-Era Uranium One Deal
      https://oversight.house.gov/release/house-oversight-house-intel-committees-launch-joint-investigation-obama-era-uranium-one-deal/

      To imply that Goodlatte, Nunes and Jordan clam up about ongoing investigations when Gowdy enters a room appears to be conjecture. If it isn’t, then please provide a source to this claim–because I cannot seem to find one?

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  3. KLJ says:

    Was Sessions not a good choice? I keep thinking back to the recent hearings where, when he was grilled as to why he wasn’t actively pursuing people like Hillary and Comey, he appeared absolutely smug. He pretty much ignored the congressmen wanting his head on a platter. It occurred to me that he knew that, soon enough, all this would become public knowledge. The man has patience, it seems to me. He is actively trying to re-instate the rule of law in the DOJ and the FBI.

    Now, what is Mueller doing, and what impact might that have? This is the input to all of this that everyone seems to be ignoring. Is it possible that, after all this time, after all the money/effort spent, Mueller will not come up with something? Possibly not with collusion, but something on Donald Trump, his family, and/or his close associates? What are the odds? Mueller is deeply involved in investigations in progress – he was head of the FBI under Holder. He must come up with enough chips to play in this poker game, or he and his FBI could be in trouble. This, to me, seems to be what is being ignored here. This is high stakes poker.

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    • Sayit2016 says:

      High stakes poker indeed and Trump has a Royal Flush…

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      • KLJ says:

        By all appearances, yes. But, what is Mueller doing with all this time and money? Shouldn’t we assume that he is desperately searching for “chips” to play in this big poker game? With the power he has, wouldn’t you assume that he can come up with plenty of questionable dealings Donald Trump and his family have had over the years?

        I do not want to underestimate Mueller. He is deep in the swamp, and it is likely that finding “chips” to bargain with is a desperate matter with him. I think it would be foolish to think that Trump has a “Royal Flush” in this game while the other side has nothing.

        Very high stakes poker.

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        • G. Combs says:

          “… With the power he has, wouldn’t you assume that he can come up with plenty of questionable dealings Donald Trump and his family have had over the years?….”

          First President Trump has been planning this presidential run for over thirty years. Therefore I think he has been very very careful to avoid ‘questionable dealings’

          Second, and a really big point, is Donald Trump DOES NOT DRINK and he never has.

          Did ‘They’ try to ensnare him? Oh yes. There was a story that came up during the campaign. He was invited to Epstein’s Florida house for a party. His chauffeur said he stayed for ~10 minutes and then left. So the ONLY leash they had on him was the Billy Bush tapes which were laughable.

          Also Trump has very very good lawyers watching Mueller like a hawk and making sure he does not go outside the ‘Russian’ stuff and as we know there really isn’t any there there.

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        • Sayit2016 says:

          I can’t figure it out either regarding Mueller….but I do think Trump holds the cards. There was no collusion in regards to the election. That is what this was supposed to be about. Comey said Trump was NOT under investigation.

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      • KLJ says:

        One more thing to consider – what if Mueller’s goal is a Mexican standoff? One result would be both sides pull the trigger. All the cans of worms are opened. How many very important people are caught in that scenario? Dershowitz has been very very busy for some time trying to head off this showdown – he was reported to be involved in the Epstein scandal, wasn’t he? How many Washington politicians, besides Bill Clinton, would be lobbying frantically to not open that can of worms?

        Can Mueller search this long and spend millions of dollars and not come up with problems for Donald Trump and his family??

        If Mueller can get enough “chips” together, he can negotiate for a settlement, can’t he? They would need some fall guys, but Obama, the Clintons, etc. all walk free. Think of all the important powerful people who might be pushing hard for this solution. Quite possibly even Donald Trump?

        A poker game like this is always more complex than it seems if you are only looking at one of the hands being played.

        Just thinking out loud here . . . FWIW.

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        • Sayit2016 says:

          I am looking at both sides. My response was in that they have played their cards and they have having to fold… Trump has not played his .. Yet. What do you think Mueller has ?

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        • gustafus21 says:

          That’s my take. I listened to Charles Ortel – the Charity Fraud specialist who says Russia is smoke and mirrors… he also insists that emails, servers, Uranium and pay to play are a side show to the REAL drama between Trump and Obama, Clinton and the Bush crime family syndicate.

          Ortel says the Rosetta Stone to the war on Trump is the Clinton Foundation … it’s donors, board members and the slip shod way it was run. Charities are highly regulated, with draconian penalties for the slightest errors. The Foundation had ONE purpose. A presidential library. Anything and everything beyond that was illegal, never properly filed, and all contributions are subject to claw back…. should someone like Trump hold the reins of power in DC.

          so it’s not just the Clinton/Bush/Obama crime syndicate who want him dead or removed.

          It’s Gates, Bezos, Slim, Google, much of Silicon Valley – Hollywood, media publishing… heavy hitters whose names are unknown to any but the insiders insiders.

          So DC regulars are trying to protect the remnants of the reputation of America’s “premier” institutions – the first black presidency, and our status as the better than all the rest.

          I think Trump will negotiate his freedom to govern, for amnesty for O and Clinton, and the billionaires with fortunes at risk. A Mexican Stand off.

          Should Nunes, Jordan and Grassley stand firm with the Trump army – they could change the playbook DC. I don’t think they have the stomach for it… and with 3 years to get things done…

          The big boys and girls skate….. again. Maybe a few bodies tossed to the gators… but minimal damage to the heavy weights.

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    • G. Combs says:

      “… he appeared absolutely smug….”
      Oh, Yeah, Sessions had a real problem trying to keep that twinkle out of his eye. I found it quite entertaining watching him dance around all the Swamp Critters Gottcha questions while he tried very hard not to laugh in their faces.
      >>>>>>>>>>>>

      Mueller has the problem of trying to keep President Trump (via AG Sessions) from lowering the boom on him if he is dirty.

      Never forget Trump’s interview with Mueller prior to his becoming SC.

      I get the feeling that Mueller is also engaged in ‘Performance Art’ So far all he has is General Flynn on a lie to a very dirty FBI agent, and two plants placed in the Trump campaign by the opposition…. Resulting in LOTS AND LOTS of dirt being turned up about the Obummer admin.

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      • KLJ says:

        I hope that you are right. However, after most of a life in the markets, I know that nothing ever unfolds quite like the scenario I have in my mind. Everyone always wants to simplify, and it is a very complex world.

        But, again, I really do hope that you are right.

        BTW, I have enjoyed this site immensely the last few weeks. This is my first post, and I have enjoyed the comments.

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  4. Founding Fathers Fan says:

    Information from an investigation must be presented to a Grand Jury in order to obtain an indictment (5th Amendment) and is presented by the office of The US District Attorney.

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    • Zephyrbreeze says:

      How is it fair to only have D.C. Democrats on these grand juries since they pull from the general population of DC? This doesn’t seem like an unbiased system.

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    • candofeminist says:

      Over 9,000 sealed indictments (US vs name withheld) filed across the United States since October.Normally less than 1,000 annually. I would say Session’s DOJ has been really busy.

      The OIG has been handling the investigation of the Obama FBI and DOJ. By closing the Clinton e-mail and Uranium 1 investigations without referral to the DOJ, Comey denied the Lynch DOJ the opportunity to dismiss the cases with prejudice. The door was left open to reopen the investigations and allow referral to the Sessions DOJ. 2018 is going to be interesting.

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  5. Zephyrbreeze says:

    Gowdy had multiple chances to prove his effectiveness in holding people accountable, and he failed. He choked in the clutch. Even if his intentions were good, but we’re assuming that he’s compromised, he’s now a liability – forever.

    When people show you who they are, believe them.

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  6. freddy says:

    Obviously the CTH is the best reporting on almost any issue out there. Easily understood and always right on the mark. I think it’s a national treasure and I don’t always agree and the posters are almost all civil and make brilliant points and connect many of the dots….. I rarely see them quoted or given credit for incredible research and journalism. I’m not trying to get a condo built on my little branch in here but WHY is this place largely ignored and properly credited…..Am I missing something. FOX stars are behind the curve weeks and most publications borrow from here. Maybe the fame would be too much. Anyway thanks so much for what you do here……

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  7. Howie says:

    Allow me to dedicate this song to the legal eagle Trey Gowdy.

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    • Howie says:

      Don’t try this at home.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Maria B is terrific, as ever. Maria B makes those newsboyz at FNC look like the silly children they are.

      One would be inclined to agree re: Clinton Fdn and email investigations going nowhere except for the fact that the investigations are being driven through Little Rock and New York. (That we currently know, anyway.)

      There may be a teensy tiny sliver of hope emanating from the Little Rock investigation. Rumor has it there are other FBI local field offices that are also working on various other aspects of Clinton Crime, Inc., albeit still an unsubstantiated rumor at present.

      One can never say what those intel guys have going on in that black back room.
      They only speak code, you know.
      -.-

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  8. WeThePeople2016 says:

    It appeared to me that Maria was not buying what Gowdy was saying. Gowdy likes to talk and talk and appear that he is doing something, but never gets anything done. He walks in the same spot over and over again.

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    • tossed salad says:

      first sign of a compromised person

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    • Just Beachy says:

      Maria looks like suspicious cat in the photo above. I had to laugh at that!
      I’m from SC. I don’t live there anymore, but was always a Gowdy (aka Roosterhead) fan until Hillary testified the last time on Benghazi. I watched for hours waiting for him to go in for the kill and…. nothing. It was disappointing and left us open to severe criticism from the left.
      Thank you Sundance for pointing out what happened. I remember how incensed Jordan was when the whole thing was over. He seemed completely disgusted with what had transpired.
      Learning so much and watching as the few I believed in (Ryan, Roosterhead) turn before my eyes. I’m concerned, but trying to keep faith as this is exactly how I felt before Trump won. So afraid it would not go our way and miracle of miracles….

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  9. tossed salad says:

    The good ole boy factor wears thin and becomes a prop with Rooster Head

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  10. Wesley says:

    Wow. I’ve watched this guy Gowdy for a few years now. He’s seems straight up. He postures as one of “us”. I kind of thought so anyway. But I’ve also been very aware that his blather seems to go NOWHERE. Yak yak yak but jack is NEVER actually done about it. “Chairman of the (SWAMP) committee that drives investigations to nowhere”. Absolutely. My suspicions are validated. Much thanks.

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  11. G. Combs says:

    “… it will hard to prove intent.”

    That is the red herring. You do not NEED to prove intent all you have to do is prove that classified info was removed from where it was supposed to be AND the person was grossly negligent PERIOD. Grossly negligent is the KEY and the reason it was removed from the original.

    Comey was probably using
    18 U.S. Code § 1924 – Unauthorized removal and retention of classified documents or material

    However there is another law.
    18 U.S.C. § 793 – U.S. Code – Unannotated Title 18. Crimes and Criminal Procedure § 793. Gathering, transmitting or losing defense information

    REMEMBER: Hillary Clinton Left Classified Documents in China Hotel Room
    “….Whoever, being entrusted with or having lawful possession or control of any document, writing, code book, signal book, sketch, photograph, photographic negative, blueprint, plan, map, model, instrument, appliance, note, or information, relating to the national defense, (1) through gross negligence permits the same to be removed from its proper place of custody or delivered to anyone in violation of his trust, or to be lost, stolen, abstracted, or destroyed, or (2) having knowledge that the same has been illegally removed from its proper place of custody or delivered to anyone in violation of its trust, or lost, or stolen, abstracted, or destroyed, and fails to make prompt report of such loss, theft, abstraction, or destruction to his superior officer–

    Shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both.

    And then there is having a foreigner print out the classified documents, destruction of documents and removing the classification markings. Among other laws that Clinton broke.

    18 U.S. Code § 1519 – Destruction, alteration, or falsification of records in Federal investigations and bankruptcy

    18 U.S. Code § 1505 – Obstruction of proceedings before departments, agencies, and committees

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  12. LOUBUCKS says:

    the tirade by Gowdy on Maria’s question was never answered – talk about double talk – Gowdy has it mastered.

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  13. Trey Gowdy is not only a black hat but he pretends to be white hat making white hats in DC question their position. Step back and take a real good look at Gowdy, his measly mouth with his Kermit the Frog voice acting all threatening then at the end not one thing is accomplished other than wasting taxpayer money, is pretty disgusting.

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  14. Kent says:

    “Just paint your face” the shadows smile
    Slipping me away from you
    “Oh it doesn’t matter how you hide
    Find you if we’re wanting to
    So slide back down and close your eyes
    Sleep a while
    You must be tired”

    https://www.bing.com/search?q=burn+the+cure&form=EDGEAR&qs=PF&cvid=1a7a4e3f6fd54b0a8c0c8e6b030b7c28&cc=US&setlang=en-US&elv=AXXfrEiqqD9r3GuelwApulot0cM7*KKsYUAuYCrOYBlUSF4cjkz9prR1EZ7wkCGAG7x2Ntxes%21ZUYhqF4Sg7YDRQjdqq0b3SQVtJT2D0DSU7&PC=LCTS

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  15. ozarkhitman says:

    James Comey violated fed. Law when he gave FBI memos to the nyt. Code 18_798
    James Comey admitted to violating federal law in front of congress and millions on TV.
    FBI won’t arrest him?
    Sheriff won’t arrest him?
    Marshals?
    City police?
    Congress ?
    Someone Perform a citizens arrest!!!!!!
    If he shows up around here I will!

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    • CleanhouseinDC says:

      That’s the problem. We all know that laws were broken. It’s not just obvious but it was done brazenly. Yet, nothing. Lots of “indictments”. So what? Until we see some action if the indictments are ever unsealed, it’s just words.

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  16. Gymcy81 says:

    Is anyone else a little tired of the theatre and feigned surprise about nefarious actors.

    P.s.
    The dc obfuscation ploys are underway.
    It is likely that the long awaited ‘document’s are redacted to protect ‘classified’ information…and that witnesses will either plead the fifth, or say that they do not recall specifics (whatever).

    I.e. What really happened to flight 800, 20 yrs ago? Etc.

    (People died, DC obfuscation kicked in…to protect someone’s (false) image and to earn votes? …via elitists, fooling people…by offering wooden nickels…again..?)

    Thess. 5:21. Prove all things…

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  17. Gymcy81 says:

    Is anyone else a little tired of the theatre and feigned surprise about nefarious actors.

    P.s.
    The dc obfuscation ploys are underway.
    It is likely that the long awaited ‘document’s are redacted to protect ‘classified’ information…and that witnesses will either plead the fifth, or say that they do not recall specifics (whatever).

    I.e. What really happened to flight 800, 20 yrs ago? Etc.

    (People died, DC obfuscation kicked in…to protect someone’s (false) image and to earn votes? …via elitists, fooling people…by offering wooden nickels…again..?)

    Thess. 5:21. Prove all things…hold fast to which is good.

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  18. Gymcy81 says:

    Is anyone else a little tired of the theatre and feigned surprise about nefarious actors.

    P.s.
    The dc obfuscation ploys are underway.
    It is likely that the long awaited ‘document’s are redacted to protect ‘classified’ information…and that witnesses will either plead the fifth, or say that they do not recall specifics (whatever).

    I.e. What really happened to flight 800, 20 yrs ago? Etc.

    (People died, DC obfuscation kicked in…to protect someone’s (false) image and to earn votes? …via elitists, fooling people…by offering wooden nickels…again..?)

    Thess. 5:21. Prove all things…hold fast to which is good.

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  19. OK Sundance, I agree with you about Trey Gowdy. I was convinced the hearings he chaired on Bengahzi would end up showing all of America the scum that Killary and BO are. Not to be.

    Trey Gowdy is a disgrace!

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  20. Sancho says:

    Gowdy is truly the slim Slim Shady. If I were President Trump, I’d ignore him, too 😉

    It’s disappointing that HillBillyGate won’t get any real traction, but I’d stopped holding my breath for that long ago. If not, this comment would be a dead man telling a tale, and we all know how that goes.

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  21. yakmaster2 says:

    Trey Gowdy could not have been as bad at assimilating and analyzing investigative fact patterns as a SC Prosecutor as he is in his investigative role in Congress! He would never have won any cases if he spent as much time as a Prosecutor staring at individual trees and missing the forest! Since he DID win cases, I can only conclude he is PURPOSEFULLY myopic in his Congressional role. That makes him part of the swamp problem because he’s NEVER going to recommend anyone investigated by his Committee be prosecuted by the DOJ.
    Toothless, Useless.

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  22. titania97 says:

    Check out 2:00-4:45 section of the interview. Maria fumbles a few of her facts in this interview. She confuses 2 separate IT guys that both were given some form of immunity by the FBI/DoJ.

    Maria refers to Bryan Pagliano as the guy who lied to FBI and later had an “Oh Sh**” Moment and then later tells FBI he forgot that he deleted some HRC e-mails from Platte River Networks servers.

    In actuality, it was not Bryan Pagliano–it was Paul Combetta, aka “Stone Tear” (Combetta’s Reddit Username) https://twitter.com/almostjingo/status/949190794488852480

    I think Pagliano also received some form of immunity deal as well– he, too, deleted all of his work e-mails and Chaffetz + Oversight Committee recommended he be held in Contempt of Congress in September of 2016 for refusal to comply with a subpoena.

    http://docs.house.gov/meetings/GO/GO00/20160922/105372/BILLS-114-Report-C001076-Amdt-1.pdf
    http://docs.house.gov/Committee/Calendar/ByEvent.aspx?EventID=105372

    Isn’t this an example of a Committee recommending a criminal investigation?????
    (Who dropped the ball? Ryan? Lynch? US Atty of DC?)

    Also–other relevant facts–
    On October 24, 2017: Note the following joint committee investigations opened:

    1) Chairman Gowdy & Chairman Goodlatte Open Joint Investigation into Decisions made by DoJ in 2016
    https://oversight.house.gov/release/gowdy-goodlatte-open-investigation-decisions-made-doj-2016/

    2) Chairman Gowdy & Chairman Nunes Open Joint Investigation into Obama-Era Uranium One Deal
    https://oversight.house.gov/release/house-oversight-house-intel-committees-launch-joint-investigation-obama-era-uranium-one-deal/

    To imply that Goodlatte, Nunes and Jordan clam up about ongoing investigations when Gowdy enters a room appears to be conjecture. If it isn’t, then please provide a source to this claim–because I cannot seem to find one?

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  23. jeans2nd says:

    Stating from the outset total agreement with your opinion re: Roosterhead is dead man walking, if not an outright obstructionist (& leaker?).

    At 07:44 MB and TG are conversing on the Democrats having pre-conceived outcomes prior to the completion of the Congressional investigations. MB remarks that the pre-conceived notions are infuriating.

    TG 08:36 – 08:51 “It’s only infuriating if you have high expectations. I have been in Congress 7 years, that is not where serious investigations take place…It’s not where serious investigations take place.”

    Gowdy, Sen Burr, and many others, seemingly even including Pres Trump and AG Jeff (?), are trying to restore the American ppl’s faith in our government, by pointing out the obvious bad apples in DOJ NSD and FBI CI top echelons, while praising the excellent work of the rank and file who do the work of the people. Gowdy seems to go so far as to, perhaps not consciously, equate the Democrat’s pre-conceived notions with those of the FBI colluders.

    At 09:23 the conversation moves predictably to the removal of AG Jeff. MB asks for TG’s opinion.

    9:44 – 11:44 TG offers an pro and against AG Jeff (iow neber answers the question), then launches into a straw man argument over AG selection vs election.

    Why the constant drumbeat for the removal of AG Jeff? Guilty here, for criticizing AG Jeff. Nearly every Republican and GOPe are joining in the noise.

    Has anyone been following the DOJ and AG Jeff’s progress this year? I have, every day, and credit must be given where credit is due.

    Early in Pres Trump’s presidency, Pres Trump issued an EO to AG Jeff with Pres Trump’s instruction’s on how AG Jeff was to pursue his – AG Jeff’s – job. Cannot find the EO at present (did not look very hard).

    AG Jeff has been following every single instruction in that EO, to the letter. DAG Rosey is singing the same tune, whether from the same choir is debatable. The locals have been set free and turned loose. The action is on the local level.

    AG Jeff has been traveling the country and, albeit a lousy speaker, nevertheless is speaking to many local groups. The speeches are near always the same. Praise for the locals, pointing out local achievements, mourning the loss of KIA and Walking Wounded officers, and emphasizing the positive changes instituted by Pres Trump. DAG Rosey, ibid.
    O/T – met one of those Walking Wounded last yr – boy, this guy was Beat.UP. Pro-Trump all the way. WW and Dad left smiling. Of course.

    On the North Coast, the human/sex traffickers went down first, then concurrently MS-13. This morning a dirty corrupt Fed judge went down. Praise be.

    Of all the ppl in both houses of Congress, Jeff Sessions is the one Donald J. Trump knew the best. Jeff Sessions was different. Jeff Sessions told the truth, at all times, with no promises, other than to do his very best. Even you all thought Jeff Sessions would be chosen for VP.

    Jeff Sessions was truly unique, unlike every other politician Donald J. Trump had known. Stephen Miller, Jeff Sessions’ muse, became and remains to this day Pres Trump’s muse.

    Pres Trump knew what he was getting when he selected Jeff Sessions for Attorney General. Has AG Jeff let Pres Trump down? Has AG Jeff neglected any single part of the job?

    Had AG Jeff opted to personally oversee any of the Muh Russia or Clinton Crime Inc. investigations, those investigations would forever be tainted, just like w/Loretta Lynch and Eric Holder. Further, AG Jeff, knowing that there was no collusion, obstruction, or whatever, during the campaign or with the Trump family, AG Jeff knew it was safe to recuse.

    Some say this Wolff book is a major con being played by Pres Trump and Bannon (not likely, imo – attacking the fam is always off-limits).
    One would posit it is more likely the con is being run by Pres Trump and AG Jeff. Pres Trump and AG Jeff are in a win-win situation, imo.

    Of course. The only way to play the game.

    Time to start praising the positives of AG Jeff? The DOJ? Ok, too far on the last one.
    Or not.

    Still tryna find a way for Gen Flynn to be rehabbed. There is a way.
    -.-

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