Rep. Trey Gowdy and Rep. John Ratcliffe Discuss Missing FBI Text Messages…

Representative Trey Gowdy (U-DC), and Representative John Ratcliff (R-TX) appeared on Fox News with Martha MacCallum to discuss the five months of missing FBI text messages between FBI Agent Peter Strzok and DOJ/FBI Attorney Lisa Page.

[05:12] “It makes it harder and harder for Chairman Gowdy and I to explain away one strange coincidence after another”.

Hmmm?  Now, why would Roosterhead want to “explain away“?  LOLOL. These UniParty knuckleheads are so transparent.  THIS is why they are not part of the current team.

Moving on…  Timing of missing Strzok-Page texts:

♦Start date: 12/14/16: same date WaPo cites unnamed intel officials stating… wait for it… Russians tried to hack election for Trump.
♦End date: 5/17/17: same date Mueller is named Special Counsel. (Timeline)

Also, the mention of a DOJ “Secret Society” reminds me of: …”One small group calls itself “Dumbledore’s Army,” according to two of the people who were familiar with their discussions. The name is a reference to a secret resistance force in the “Harry Potter” books.”… from the CFPB crew.

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449 Responses to Rep. Trey Gowdy and Rep. John Ratcliffe Discuss Missing FBI Text Messages…

  1. Gary says:

    2 things to note:

    1) should be …”…harder for gowdy and ME to…”. Not, “i”. Didn’t his mother teach him proper English?

    2) Madam Page has an awful tooth-to-gum ratio.

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  2. Fergus says:

    “Representative Trey Gowdy (U-DC), and . . .”

    I see what you did there.

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    • huecowacko says:

      Also, Ratcliffe is the current Rep for my old hometown’s district; and, he is a former partner with John Ashcroft’s law firm as well as a former aide to Mitt Romney, so he probably deserves the U-DC tag, too, rather than R-TX. He has a respectable 83 rating from CR, but his predecessor was rated at 100.

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    • maiingankwe says:

      Fergus,
      I was going to go through the comments to see if I could find someone saying if it meant the uniparty or not. Yours is close enough. 🙂

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  3. EWeatherwax says:

    Here’s what makes me nuts: CTH readers know that IG Horowitz said (in writing) he had these texts–received them in August 2017. Zero Hedge readers know this as well, and probably some others. But apparently, no one in Congress knows this? Has Horowitz considered calling them up and cluing them in? All this ridiculous bluster when it should be really easy to find out if the IG has them or not and if not, why did he say he did?

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    • Chewbarkah says:

      We are supposed to accept that Horowitz wrote a letter to Johnson and Grassley specifically to tell them he had received the texts for 11-30-16 through 7-28-17, but didn’t bother to mention there were no texts on 154 days out of that 209 day period. Right. Horowitz had to have BELIEVED he had the texts for all the 209 days when he wrote on 12-13-17 (since J and G would likely ask for them). He was either lied to by his staff, or the texts were removed from OIG hands. Then there’s the notion that the FBI, which seems spend the bulk of its time documenting every sigh, made no transmittal or inventory specifying what the FBI provided to OIG on August 20, 2017.

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    • Mendy says:

      Also the carrier contracted with the fbi has these texts. Should be much easier to retrieve than emails because with cell service govt relies on third party carrier. Email service can be provisioned and managed completely in house.

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  4. Mike says:

    Apparently the latest from FOX is Horowitz was mistaken and he did NOT get the texts. In fact Horowitz is the one who discovered the texts were missing. If they are not retrieved quickly by conventional legal means WE NEED TO PRESSURE THE GOVERNMENT TO GET THE NSA COPYS OF THESE TEXTS! Enough of this BS!

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    • gymcy81 says:

      would that take an illegal fisa warrant to retrieve private information (text messages)?
      [ an example of the spin and obfuscation that can, or will occur …. for years … ]

      What happened to TWA flight 800, in 1996? … dc etc. ‘investigated’ for 20 yrs. …

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  5. D. Manny says:

    Here is all what happened in between the dates of the missing text. It’s safe to say that the “insurance policy” lies somewhere in one of these events:

    -FGPS fires Nellie Ohr
    -CrowdStrike report released
    -Perkins Coie stops paying FGPS
    -FBI report on Russian hacking
    -FBI releases statement indicating DNC refuses to turn over server for examination
    -Trump/Comey first meeting
    -Joint Intelligence Agency report released
    -Comey, Clapper, Brennan, Rogers brief Obama on dossier
    -Buzzfeed publishes dossier
    -Christopher Steele publicly identified
    -OIG announces investigation into FBI
    -Michael Flynn talks with Russia’s Kislyak several times
    -NYT reports about intercepted communications of Trump officials
    -Michael Flynn sworn in
    -FBI clears Michael Flynn of wrongdoing
    -Sally Yates/Bill Priestap inform McGahn of a compromised Michael Flynn
    -Michael Flynn gives voluntary interview
    -George Papadopoulos interviewed by FBI
    -“Loyalty” meeting between Trump/Comey
    -Sergei Millian named as source for dossier
    -Sally Yates fired by Trump
    -Team Hillary blames loss on Russia
    -Perkins Coie denies paying for dossier
    -Jeff Sessions confirmed as AG
    -Devin Nunes demands FBI explain unmasking of Michael Flynn
    -Trump/Comey “Flynn” Oval Office meeting
    -Comey discusses “Flynn” Oval office meeting with FBI senior leadership
    -Jeff Sessions recusal
    -Devin Nunes states no evidence of Russia-Trump collusion
    -Jeff Sessions recusal
    -Devin Nunes informs POTUS that Trump and his staff were illegally surveilled and unmasked
    James Clapper denies knowledge of any FISA warrant
    -Congress notified of counterintelligence investigation
    -James Comey denies wiretapping Trump campaign
    -James Clapper denies any abuse of FISA
    -Sean Spicer strongly denounces surveillance and unmasking of Trump aides by Obama officials
    -Nunes demands that CIA, FBI and NSA disclose nature of unlawful surveillance he had discovered
    -Evelyn Farkas admits Obama administration spied on Trump to find Russian collusion ties
    -Chuck Grassley writes to Comey over concern that McCabe’s investigation of Clinton was tainted by campaign donations
    -Trump/Comey phone call – DOJ and FBI refuses to publicly say Trump not under investigation
    -Comey contacts AG Boente to relay details of March 30 phone call
    -Devin Nunes temporarily relinquishes control of committee due to allegations he leaked classified information
    -Trump/Comey phone call urging Comey to publicly say Trump was not under investigation
    -NSA elects to cease collecting some upstream data
    -Trump fires Comey
    -Trump tweets that Comey better hope there are no tapes of their conversations “before he starts leaking to the press”

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  6. Mike says:

    Think about it.

    The FBI BS could have set the time parameters of this “loss of text messages” any where they wanted, since this is BS. They soooo obviously make it a fraud by starting with the date the Russian story started, and end it with the exact date Mueller is named SC. This is the FBI effectively giving the IG and congressional investigators the finger.

    FOX just reported Nunes, Goudy, and Goodlach have concluded the FBI/DOJ are obstructing them and they have broken all communication with the FBI. They are going to release the memo next week.

    I find it hard to believe FBI Director Wray is not obstructing.

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    • Randolph Scott says:

      Meanwhile back at the Ranch the criminals continue to ‘crim’ and destroy any evidence, steal more money and make secret plans to escape justice. On our side of the fence our little ‘cowpokies’ tell the world they will release a memo next week. I hope our little ‘cowpokies’ get their naps and cookies and milk while the damned criminals the DOJ and FBI get away from arrest, prosecution, conviction and execution.

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      • Don'tMessWithTexas says:

        My, My! 5:10 p.m. CST 1/23
        On Bret Baeir Show, Ron Johnson (R Wisconsin) just reported that the FBI/DOJ secret society was meeting off site of the J. Edgar Hoover bldg. and that Johnson has an insider who is talking. Whoopie! It is going to get interesting.

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    • G. Alistar says:

      While an evil man and I believe the inspiration for Hitler’s final solution, Friedrich Nietzsche said, “He who has a why to live for can bear almost any how.” I believe that NOT knowing “why” is so frustrating. The why remains illusive for many of these actors. i.e., Rosenstein hearing, he seems to be on a big delay tactic. Why, is he part of the deep state protecting the Obama-gate Cabal or is he working with Sessions and Horowitz to nail down an iron clad case against the likes of Comey, Strozk, McCabe, etc.??- Mueller: his interviews and actions at times seem both nefarious as well as legit. Why???

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      • dayallaxeded says:

        SD has made it abundantly clear “why?”–there are trillions at stake! Not to mention a whole lot of power and personal freedom/comfort/prestige for certain elites. Even functionaries like Strok-Page are part of it–they’re soldiers in the army of Hell.

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    • Not so fast… Tell you why – it’s almost too easy. Let’s narrow it down, shall we?

      Where the data losses between December 14, 2016 and May 17, 2017 unique to Mr. Strzok and Ms. Page phones? Were Mr. Strzok and Ms. Page the only two officials at the FBI issued the same devices (make, model, OS and software running on top of it) or were there more people who may or may not have been affected?

      Obviously, if I go with my gut here, it seems pretty darn obvious that the emails were intentionally deleted. So I’d say the messages could only be discovered if the alleged conspirators failed to properly destroy all the copies (on server, devices, memory/cash/temp or whatever). Are you with me on that?

      Now, what I don’t understand is the WHY, or why would a senior FBI agent in the counterintel division use his GI phone to send such messages in the first place… Didn’t he know in December 2016 that Donald J Trump was elected President. Was he ‘extremely careless,’ drank on power, or staggeringly incompetent? Or was he just a patsy? Him being a patsy would however explain why this information was made public… It was a bait, a shiny object… In that case, the sudden disappearance of all messages between Strzok and Page between December 14, 2016 and May 17, 2017 starts to make sense as it should create the impression of a serious wrongdoing… Or in other words, it was a straw-man, a common tactic of defense lawyers in criminal trials. The idea is that by knocking down a crime the prosecution does not allege and, most importantly, cannot prove, the defense may confuse the jury into believing the defendant is not guilty of the crime charged.

      The ex-FBI Director Comey has already used this tactic to exonerate Hillary Clinton when he told the public that because Hillary Clinton did not have intent to harm the United States, DOJ should not prosecute her on a felony that DOES NOT REQUIRE PROOF OF INTENT to harm the United States.

      The goal here is to frame Strzok and Page to prevent a larger contagion.

      It may seem a bit farfetched, but can you see a pattern?

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    • Sassy says:

      I could cry. Actually, I might cry.

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  7. “Trey Gowdy (U-DC)”

    LMAO!!!

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  8. Was the “glitch” only related to text messages between these two or they lost text messages for all FBI employees for this period? What about other FBI personnels? For one moment, let me buy the argument that there was configuration mistake on FBI devices. But, It is my understanding that Peter is from FBI and Lisa is from DOJ – so how is it that the texts are missing from both their devices? Maybe my understanding is incorrect. 🙂

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    • scdd1919 says:

      I read a short comment in another article the lost texts related to a particular model of phone, but there was no clarification that there were additional lost texts from anyone with that particular phone.

      I suspect the reporter got some factoid wrong but it made it through the editing process.

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    • TPW says:

      That is what you call”critical thinking”…….so what they are saying is…. those are the only 2 people with that particular problem with that particular phone for that particular 5 months….yep seems plausible to me………

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  9. Sherbear says:

    At the same time, I think republicans could get those text messages if they really wanted them, I still think they could get Lerners if they wanted to as well, maybe the republications are playing it too, I don’t trust any of them.

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  10. IMO says:

    12/19/2017 ALLEGED TOP SECRET MEETING: Spooks including Mueller met during Trump transition to discuss how the…
    View story at Medium.com

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    • formerdem says:

      Speaking of secret society of assholes, i was reflecting about the fake drill in Hawaii, and I want to share my thoughts, which are, that we should dig in our heels re the inevitable lessons learned document from that, which I think is going to be a wish list of the aforementioned secret society of assholes. That is, I think we can all easily agree that the way to flip the switch on any country is via the emergency systems, obviously, because they are ubiquitous, and because since Katrina there has been pressure to make their advice mandatory, and they are global for that matter, and they have the right to set aside all other comms, and in some countries the right to be the only voice on the subject of any emergency at all, and are asking for the right to install their voices to turn themselves on at the behest of the emergency agencies (the Bush administration, I am NOT lying to you, wanted wiring in new houses and cars and tractors, to bring these voices to you willy nilly), and are expanding their mandate beyond weather emergencies to any other topic. Oh and obviously they always know, anywhere on earth, where the good stuff is, and they are always at the table with every agency; they are totally connected. And there is good reason for all of that! But there it is, Big Brother at the flip of a switch. Not quite there yet though…. I am expecting the lessons learned from Hawaii to set out best practices that will better align our emergency systems for misuse. And that they will be trumpeted. … We must laugh them off the stage. Prepare your boomingest laugh.

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      • formerdem says:

        since the most famous picture from hawaii is tiny children being lifted into storm drains, and since the message that underlines is Do Not let Idiots Send Emergency Warnings, I am expecting this lessons learned doc to try to pounce on sole right to warn, and grab that for some Obama leftovers somewhere.

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  11. Ziiggii says:

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  12. Le Borgne says:

    Just saw Gowdy on Fox. He said, basically, the FBI wants the memo and we’re not giving it to them. They can write their own memo. Two thoughts. First, it’s like a normal prosecution, the defense (in this case the FBI) making a discovery request of the prosecution (the House). Second, I’m sure that a friendly Democrat has already leaked the memo’s contents to the FBI anyway.

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      I thought the Memo was secured.

      The Washington Examiner’s Byron York reported Thursday that no copies of the report were handed out to House members, but rather a copy would be made available for them to read in a secure room in the Capitol.

      Members are not allowed to take the report out of the room.

      But can they take their phones and take pictures? IDK. 3 types of liars in Washington DC.
      Liars, damn liars, and politicians

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    • sedge2z says:

      Gowdy said he wrote the memo which is simply highlights of the FBI’s report.
      So the FBI knows what’s in it and they can write their own memo.

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  13. Donzo says:

    Did Mueller take the job to finish the job? He was compromised years before as FBI head during Uranium One. He had skin in the game. Not that I’m saying anything new….

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    • Firefly says:

      Dems are totally freaking out about the memo. The Dems think everyone asking to release the memo must be russians. I’m surprised Feinstein is one of the two signatures. Schiff is the other which is not surprising. Asking twitter and Facebook to investigate is odd. Shouldn’t mueller be doing the goose chase investigation on all things russia?

      NEW: Sen. Feinstein, Rep. Schiff urge Facebook and Twitter to investigate involvement of Russian bots in pushing “Release the Memo” campaign: “If these reports are accurate, we are witnessing an ongoing attack by the Russian government through Kremlin-linked social media actors.”

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  14. Firefly says:

    FBI Official: FBI Agents Threatened Physical Harm to President Trump In Missing FBI Texts & Other “Frightening” Communications
    https://truepundit.com/fbi-official-fbi-agents-threatened-physical-harm-president-trump-missing-fbi-texts-frightening-communications/

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  15. Ziiggii says:

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    • MM says:

      None of this surprises me………..
      Are you surprised by this Ziiggii?

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      • Ziiggii says:

        surprised????

        heh, it does make my spider sense tingle a little… I’m not sure if this revelation is chaff and countermeasures or the white hats continuing to set the playing field for the American ppl.

        I know True Pundit has former FBI in their group and that they still have highly placed contacts in the Bureau, so this could be white hats work. The fact that they are letting everyone know they really do have the text messages so soon is really interesting to me personally.

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        • MM says:

          Did you ever imagine things were this bad and corrupt???
          I knew it was corrupt but this is hard to digest…..

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          • Ziiggii says:

            Truth be told…. many of us knew how bad it had gotten, but were unable to articulate that truth without the evidence being made public.

            One more hard to swallow truth – this only a mole hill compared to whats actually under the surface of this iceberg!

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          • It brings back memories of the face of Devin Nunes when he went to the camera after meeting with Trump. He was disturbed by what he read about personal things about “Trump and Trump’s family” I remember it well. If someone wanted to stop Trump, they would hurt or kill one of his children, those were my thoughts. Nunes looked physically ill. Makes sense now.

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    • Ziiggii says:

      A high-ranking FBI official confirms a number of the missing 50,000 FBI text messages — as well as other text and email messages among FBI brass — reportedly discussed initiating physical harm to President Donald Trump.

      The FBI official urged the U.S. Department of Homeland Security — which oversees the U.S. Secret Service — to launch an investigation of the Justice Department, the FBI and all text messages missing and otherwise that threatened the President.

      “This is dangerous territory and all FBI text messages and personal phones should be examined,” the official said. “It would reveal some frightening conversations.”

      Now how would a “high-ranking FBI official” know the contents of the missing text messages…….?🤔

      How does anyone know what was discussed in those texts if they were “lost / missing” and did not make it into the backup system?

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  16. Donzo says:

    Another thing, have you noticed how often people preface their criticisms of the FBI by stating how honest is the rank and file? Well, if these paragons of virtue are so honest why have they remained mute while their bosses attempt to take down their country? For a job and a pension?

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    • Randolph Scott says:

      This agency(what a joke) should be removed from existence. Every person from the janitors, secretaries to very top butt faced agent should be fired. No pension, no retirement, pay for their own healthcare. Screw them. Make it hurt the little minions that looked the other way and let the treason and sedition go forward.

      Make the FBI an example in front of all the other agencies. Once everyone is fired use bulldozers to crush the building to dust then burn the rubble and salt the ground. Remove it existence. Now start on the criminals that are left.

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    • 4sure says:

      The entire rank and file in any police agency would never NOT have at least a few honest individuals who would speak out and report such abuse. If that;s not the case in this situation, then the whole damn FBI needs to be shut down, every dick fired and do away w/all federal police agencies which are not needed in this age of electronic communications between police agencies. We don’t need no stinkin’ fed. police.

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  17. Firefly says:

    While we all can’t wait to get the memo to confirm more details on what we know is going on- take a look at Phil Mudd and Wolf Blitzer on cnn totally wigging out about the memo.

    https://www.rawstory.com/2018/01/ex-cia-senior-official-berates-devin-nunes-fbi-memo-hatchet-job-know-intelligence/?comments=disqus

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  18. Dennis says:

    “Harder to explain away..”, etc. This sounds to me like the way Prosecutors consider any evidence they are going to take to court. They try to build an unassailable case by ensuring that they have considered all possibilities that the defense might raise. They don’t take anything into court that can be “explained away” sufficiently to sway a jury.
    Remember, half the country is looking for this project to fail. They have to be convinced just as completely as those of us that have been following along on this site, …and they are looking for reasons not to believe it.
    I don’t see anything conspiratorial here

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  19. Bendix says:

    How many hours did Gowdy “question” Hillary Clinton, but it took a newspaper reporter in New Hampshire to ask her a direct question re: Benghazi.
    http://menrec.com/hillary-clinton-says-families-of-benghazi-victims-are-lying/
    Al Gowdy did was allow her people to use the length of the testimony to suggest she had answers for everything.

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  20. Jeanne T. says:

    ““It makes it harder and harder for Chairman Gowdy and I to explain away one strange coincidence after another”.”

    Actually, it makes it harder and harder for them to explain these as coincidences. Period.

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  21. Here's Your Sign says:

    HOW TO GET THE MISSING TEXTS IN 1 WEEK:
    1) Identify the tech people involved: in the FBI local office, FBI data center, telephone carrier data center, NSA data center
    2) Promise every one of them 5 years in prison if the texts are not delivered in a week.

    See how easy that was?

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  22. Mickey Wasp says:

    Trey Gowdy, Bob Goodlatte seek testimony from FBI officials over concerns of bias
    by Diana Stancy Correll | Dec 19, 2017 ~ Washington Examiner

    “Two top committee chairmen are on the hunt for possible bias in the FBI, requesting Tuesday interviews with FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, FBI chief of staff Jim Rybicki, and Lisa Page, an FBI lawyer who traded anti-Trump text messages with a fellow member of the FBI who had been working as part of the special counsel Russian inquiry.

    “In a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., and House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., outlined information they are seeking in a joint investigation to determine what role Department of Justice and FBI officials played in various investigations.”

    *** Remember, Gowdy went off on Rosenstien ***
    *** Also notice Goodlatt and Nunes have went somewhat ‘incognito’ ***
    *** And Geatz and DeSantis are the ‘talking heads’, on TV ***
    *** Do Not be surprised when Gowdy is chosen to lead the ‘investigation’ of FBI/DOJ***

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  23. Ziiggii says:

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  24. Polish Rifle says:

    Miss Page must be very proficient at giving Peter’s peter titillating gum jobs.

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  25. Ziiggii says:

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  26. Ziiggii says:

    great thread – she knows from experience what the IC is capable of:

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  27. Trey Gowdy is on the case!
    Man, all we need now is Issa, since we know Sessions is[n’t] doing his job!

    The investigations here would be one inaction packed movie!

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  28. fanbeav says:

    Sessions met with Mueller’s team last week and was interviewed. If this smoking gun 4 page memo and now this text from Peter Strozk that indicates no “there there” are clear indications that Trump was set-up, why does Mueller continue? It boggles the mind!

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    • Blaze says:

      Mueller is digging himself a hole by letting this continue. Who knows if that is the motive? Let him dig himself in deeper over his head so Trump can bury him. I just don’t appreciate tax $$ being wasted on this and its time to close it.

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  29. Ziiggii says:

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  30. fanbeav says:

    According to reports on Tuesday, Special Counsel Robert Mueller has changed the Russia investigating to now include Obstruction of Justice by President Trump.

    http://redstatewatcher.com/article.asp?id=114397

    What is going on???

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  31. freddy says:

    Let me begin by saying how wonderful all the FBI agents really are and watching out for us daily……BARF bag please….Like saying the dreamers are poor children guilty of nothing they are all in college and working……….There has to be thousands of Hillary hounds and Obamaites still taking orders from valerie in the bunker………….To all you FBI goons who allowed this to get so far out of hand…why……. for the criminal known as Hillary. Did your wives make you do it do you have one of those pink hats. Is Comey your guru and cult leader…You people suck…….

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    • All American Snowflake says:

      The so called “dreamers” received $33M from Amazon CEO whose workers are low-pay and must resort to food stamps.

      P.S. Have you noticed how the devil’s people, aka Democrats, take the sweetest words and use them for criminals, illegals, and liars?

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  32. Ziiggii says:

    Uncle Joe to the rescue….🤦‍♂️

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  33. Blaze says:

    Well if they are blaming it on Samsung then that is truly a smart phone knowing how to delete incriminating between key dates. Hats off to Samsung for knowing how to build such a phone. Would work great for cheating spouses etc. Maybe this will be Samsung’s new advertising motto.

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  34. jstanley01 says:

    Talk about stuck between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, with one foot in the grave and the other foot on a banana peel…

    “THE DOG ATE MY HOMEWORK! HONEST!!!”

    Hillarious! (Pun intended.)

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  35. Anyone else notice Michelle Obama’s FB page, Barack’s, and DNC are calling for people to RISE! And “Organizing for Action”? My gut tells me they are planning riots amongst blacks, and students.

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  36. All American Snowflake says:

    Excuse me, did I just hear a lot of weasel words?

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  37. Ziiggii says:

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    • Ziiggii says:

      Federal law enforcement sources told Fox News Rybicki was not fired, and his exit has “been in the works for awhile.” Rybicki served under Comey during the controversial investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server.

      translation – someone got to him

      Flipped? Spill the beans?

      get that popcorn machine warmed up!

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    • MM says:

      Can’t stand the heat in the kitchen??????
      Has he lawyered up yet?

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  38. Angel Martin says:

    Gowdy may have joined the baggage train of the white hats, but Swamp-man Burr is still trying to throw out chaff and other countermeasures:
    https://www.rawstory.com/2018/01/republican-senator-just-flushed-partys-latest-anti-fbi-talking-point-drain/

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    • Firefly says:

      The oversight committees have become the “overlook” committee. Time to clean house on the oversight committee people who have blinders on. Burr and Feinstein know all this and purposely play ignorant for very a long time

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  39. David says:

    Has anyone considered that investigators may want Strzok and Page to think many of their most incriminating text messages are forever lost, so that when the two testify before Congress in a few weeks, they perjure themselves?

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  40. Firefly says:

    FBI Director Chris Wray announced Tuesday that his chief of staff, James Rybicki, is leaving the bureau.

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  41. Ziiggii says:

    Here’s the link to read some of the texts messages that Sen Johnson released this morning:

    http://www.hsgac.senate.gov/download/text-messages-between-strzok-and-page-may-19-2017


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  42. Ziiggii says:

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    • Ziiggii says:

      A fight is intensifying over a memo that its Republican authors say describes abuses by U.S. intelligence agencies in probing Russian election interference, as Democrats and law-enforcement officials demand additional access to the document and the classified intelligence underpinning it.

      hahahahahaha, the next step in the process. Only this time it’s someone from the other team jumping on board the Trump Train Express!

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    • Randolph Scott says:

      DemonicRats and fake law enforcement people : Go suck on a fat one.

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  43. spren says:

    Diverging off topic a little bit, but I recall hearing claims that the Anwan laptop seized by Capitol Police has also gone missing. I also heard that Debbie WS’s brother was in charge of that investigation. I haven’t heard anymore about it so I’m not sure if it is a factual report or not. But it does seem very interesting how all of the incriminating evidence is all of these cases (Hillary’s emails, staff cell phones, FBI text messages, and maybe the laptop) all go missing?

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  44. ray76 says:

    Gowdy doesn’t want to subpoena. I’m shocked. /s

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  45. Sassy says:

    Funny the post mentions Harry Potter. I look at Gowdy and think, “Malfoy.”

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  46. Hangtown Bob says:

    “Secret Society” reminds me of another S S………. the Schutzstaffel of Adolf H.

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  47. ray76 says:

    “And what is also troubling in the text we do have they’re [Strzok/Page] discussing how to avoid texts being captured and secured.” – Gowdy

    Either they found a way or had help.

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    • Sassy says:

      If they risked doing this, then just imagine how bad the alternative must have been for them. Pray that the texts are found somewhere or that somebody sings like a canary.

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  48. farrier105 says:

    Hmmm? Now, why would Roosterhead want to “explain away“? LOLOL. These UniParty knuckleheads are so transparent. THIS is why they are not part of the current team.

    Because Roosterhead and his pal are former US Attorneys. That is why they are disappointed this can’t all be explained away.

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