Sunday Talks – Trey Gowdy Interview With Chris Wallace…

Congressman Trey Gowdy appears on Fox News Sunday to discuss current DOJ and FBI issues surrounding the four-page House Intelligence memo.

All of the reasons to doubt the motives and intents of Trey Gowdy are present in this video (controlled opposition); to include all of the political media swamp defense maneuvers Chris Wallace is famous for.

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327 Responses to Sunday Talks – Trey Gowdy Interview With Chris Wallace…

  1. ForGodandCountry says:

    Sundance,

    I think Chris Wallace is a smarmy jackass and have no problem believing he is a mouthpiece for the DS. That last question for Gowdy was a totally leading question for certain sure…a set up no matter how Gowdy answered it. Wallace is clearly trying to keep his DC cocktail invites coming. Disgusting, but it is who Wallace is.

    On the other hand, Gowdy seems like he is trying to walk a fine line (ex: See that last set-up question (accusation, really) by Wallace. Gowdy is talking about folks like Alex Jones in his answer (not dissing Jones, but his anger and constant on-the-edge-of-his-seat delivery undermine a lot of what he says, IMHO). Anyway…

    Can you be more specific in how you see Gowdy speaking in ways that show how he is in league with folks like Wallace vs. trying to walk that fine line?

    Just trying to see what you see. These people are VERY practiced, as you know. Wallace is obvious. Gowdy seems far more slippery (which itself may be the hint?).

    Thanks.

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    • Pat Childs says:

      Ditto. Not that I have not noticed a great deal of talk from Gowdy and very little criminal referrals etc. But I would like a reasoned take on what gives.

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    • Brit Hume to Chris Wallace on the Fox election night telecast; “The NT Times just gave Trump a 91% chance of being elected President.” Wallace responds: “Where did they get that??” All you need to know about Chris Wallace’s political bias.

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      • fightthepols says:

        The introduction to his show today said something like, “the Russia investigation is closing in on President Trump”. Despicable in light of all the presently know information and all that has been released on Fox.

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    • cyn3wulf says:

      With Gowdy, it’s not so much any specific action, it’s the pattern that stands out. Some obvious wrongdoing takes place, Gowdy carts everyone in to testify, he grills them, everyone goes home, and nothing happens. But there’s the sense that something happened. At the end of the day, what he does is provide a cover for the establishment types who find themselves in a bit of hot water. He gives the appearance of taking them to task while letting them off the hook. A show trial if you will. He’s a fixer, a launderer of soiled politicians.

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  2. Curry Worsham says:

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  3. shiningfields says:

    Looks like everyone got their 4am talking points. This week’s narrative is going to be interesting to say the least. Be prepared for a lot of BS and racism.

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  4. JoD says:

    Viewing advisory…… Wallace is on the list of Ipecac substitutes.

    Proof positive…..Harold Gowdy exists to make sure that they get to the bottom of it, without ever getting to the bottom of it.
    Again….the longer “The Memo” remains hidden, those tasked with discrediting the contents, gain strength……That’s the plan.
    #ReleaseTheMemo…before it’s too late.

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  5. Streak 264 says:

    Off topic but gotta love it:
    Home Depot co founder say’s dems don’t have any brains.
    http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/371121-home-depot-co-founder-dems-dont-have-any-brains

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  6. Deplorable Canuck says:

    I’m amazed that the contents of the memo haven’t been leaked considering the # of people that have seen it!

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  7. MVW says:

    In the movie ‘Dumb & Dumber’, paraphrased: ‘If hell freezes over…’ reply: ‘So, you say there is a chance?’… comes to mind. These guys are like tuna on a fishing line. The longer they struggle, the more it is obvious they still think they have a chance. That alone makes it entertaining, albeit pathetic.

    Think about it. Trump has come this far against all odds, what is the prospect that Deep State will win this??? Right, when hell freezes over. Trump and team will reel these ‘Dumb & Dumber’ fish in like that tuna.

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  8. lettruthspeak says:

    Who even wants to waste their breath dealing with this bad actor? He just needs to go away or shut up, preferably both. Gowdy, just another bought and paid for gutless weasel.

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  9. Former lurker says:

    The simple answer, to me, is that I’d wager it’s impossible to swing a cat in the Swamp without hitting a lawyer or two.

    Who else on the intel committee is an attorney? Mike Turner comes to mind. When congresscritters need a legal opinion on classified material, are there cleared staffers who do that?

    It’s a good question, but it doesn’t put the white hat back on Gowdy. Hell, even if he vetted the memo from a legal standpoint for Nunez (“I wrote the memo”) we’ll have to see what is in it, how it’s worded and what the legal implications are before we start counting Gowdy as on our side.

    Also, it wouldn’t be the first time in history that a lawyer tried to play both sides of an angle if it turns out that Gowdy switches hats with the prevailing wind.

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  10. Coast says:

    I have two questions….
    Is it true that Mueller removed Strzok because he found out about the bias, or had him removed because the bias was found out?
    And second, when it comes to the “insurance policy”, is that policy Mueller (i.e. the Special Counsel”?

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    • zimbalistjunior says:

      1) it seems that once the texts were pointed out to Mueller, he had no choice but to fire Strzok. Of course, he also had the mandate to pursue a new line of investigation and properly investigate Strzok and Page. It seems like he did not. Arguably, that in itself constitutes obstruction of justice and/or prosecutorial misconduct.
      2) the insurance policy refers to efforts to thwart a Trump election victory. It may refer to using the dossier as ‘support’ for surveillance, or to leaking anti Trump ‘news’ to the press, or something else. It is extremely doubtful that it refers to post-election efforts, or to speeding up investigation so that in the event Trump wins blahblahblah, or any other explanations. That interpretation is spin, was spun two weeks after the texts came out through a b.s WSJ article. For some strange reason, this spin has become accepted everywhere, even among those who know that the probe stinks from the neck down.

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      • Lucille says:

        “It is extremely doubtful that it refers to post-election efforts, or to speeding up investigation so that in the event Trump wins blahblahblah, or any other explanations.”

        Extreme doubt does, however, leave the door open. I see no reason why two such SJW Dem/Hill devotees should give it all up on November 9th. Nothing with these two should be discounted.

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  11. 4beagles says:

    Gowdy is a Capon

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  12. wtd says:

    Published on Jan 22, 2018 FoxNews’ Martha MacCallum video clip preset to her asking about memo release & the following quote:
    “Trey Gowdy: “It’s not my job to make criminal referals, it is my job to provide oversight.”

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    • Firefly says:

      In the CTH video Gowdy says to Wallace “ There’s a pattern. And Republicans are better served by letting the text speak for themselves. I have no idea what they meant by that. I don’t know if it was a joke or not. It’s not my job to figure it out.”

      So what happened to Gowdy- he used to say the oversight committee will get to the bottom of what happed. Let the chips fall where they may….now the oversight committee don’t have the job to refer wrongdoing. Sound like the “oversight” has become “overlook”.

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      • StanH says:

        Because the cat is out of the bag, in keeping with the cat metaphor up thread. The thinking public knows that a congressional hearing is nothing but Kabuki Theater for the masses. Rey has to modify his rhetoric. Their job is to make it appear justice will be served, until the next look squirrel moment, or as they called it in days of yore “bread & circuses.” The only thing that they get to the bottom of is your and my pocket if allowed. You’ll know it’s about to hit the fan if Jeff Sessions empanels a Grand Jury and these jerks are really under oath, we’ll see.

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      • AZ18 says:

        Yet Grassley sent a criminal referral to DOJ (based on evidence his commitment found) to investigate Simpson and Steele. Why didn’t Gowdy do that with Benghazi?

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      • bullnuke says:

        He is an Oversight Committee monitor.

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        • yakmaster2 says:

          So true. Like the commercial with the poor guy in the dental chair. The white-coated dental guys says,? “That’s the worst cavity I’ve ever seen. Well, time for lunch.”

          “But, aren’t you going to fix it?” says the startled patient.

          “Oh, that’s not my job. I’m a dental MONITOR. My job is just to let you know.”

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    • Lucille says:

      “As of the 115th Congress, the Chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee is Rep. Trey Gowdy of South Carolina[3] and the Ranking Member is Maryland Congressman Elijah Cummings.

      The Committee’s government-wide oversight jurisdiction and expanded legislative authority make it one of the most influential and powerful committees in the House. The Committee serves as Congress’ chief investigative and oversight committee, and is granted broad jurisdiction.”

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_House_Committee_on_Oversight_and_Government_Reform

      So, investigate please, Mr. Gowdy.

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  13. Bill says:

    Let’s see, Donna Brazile is to CNN,
    as Chris Wallace is to FoxNews
    and of course Hilarry Clinton is to CNN,
    as Trey Gowdy is to FoxNews.

    Does the pattern repeat?

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  14. stats guy says:

    I certainly noticed how quickly Gowdy threw Ron Johnson under the bus. Trey likes to think he’s in he is in the middle…calling it as he sees it. Dems don’t do that. Manchin when asked about the comments from Pelosi managed to tie Paul Ryan into it. He doesn’t agree with Pelosi or Ryan. Huh?

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  15. Greg says:

    I thought Johnson mentioned that an informant had given information about a group meeting off-site. He was not talking about the email.

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  16. KBR says:

    Harold Gowdy the turd.

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  17. starshollow88 says:

    Disgusting how treasonous some of the GOP swamp is. Not only to their own GOP colleagues, to our President, to their voters, but to the USA. Gowdy and Graham are clowns.

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  18. Flight93Gal says:

    Listening to Gowdy made me ill. And the MSM attacks regarding release of the memo continue. Jill Abrahamson (MSM) claims the Republicans are “…attempting to destroy the credibility of the FBI to tarnish the Mueller investigation and insulate PDJT from obstruction of justice charges”…. When oh when do we get ONE HONEST DECENT MSM reporter to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth– through a major MSM media vehicle? Other than Sundance, we have no one. Sorry guys but twitter and FB and all the other socials don’t reach the 30% of the low info voters that make up 70% of the public opinion polls!

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  19. Flight93Gal says:

    Howie, All OK? WHERE ARE YOU?

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  20. TMR777 says:

    Gowdy always acts like he’s so “just the facts M’am”, so honest, good and level-headed. In reality, he’s as deep state as can be, he just hides it better than the others. In addition, I noticed that he defends Mueller every chance he gets as being so upstanding, so above reproach, so impeccable. In the interview, he stated the Mueller fired the FBI guys as soon as he found out about the texts. My question which nobody ever seems to ask: Why was the FBI guy on the team in the first place? If Mueller did a proper background check on him in the first place, he would have known of his political bias. The answer is because Mueller knew very well about the FBI guy’s bias. After the texts became public, then Mueller was like he’s so honest and shocked that he then had to get rid of him. Mueller is a creep. As is Wray and Sessions.

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    • TPW says:

      The fact that Trey knows that Mueller knows he has a conflict of interest and still took on the position of SC …..shows Trey’s as corrupt as Mueller. Mueller I would assume is no dumb ars and he would have known the fix was in and yet he is proclaimed to be an “honest broker”…….maybe in hell or as in this case “shithole” DC.

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      • Southern Son says:

        In the District of Corruption, they still refer to each other as Honorable.
        Example, the name plates assigned while Testifying always says Honorable Hillary Clinton, or…Eric Holder, Loretta Lynch, James Clapper, etc.
        So, we must assume that that are.

        /s

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        • Southern Son says:

          In the District of Corruption, they still refer to each other as Honorable.
          Example, the name plates assigned while Testifying always says Honorable Hillary Clinton, …or Eric Holder, Loretta Lynch, James Clapper, Lois Lerner etc.
          So, we must assume that they are.

          /s

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      • Donzo says:

        Gowdy’s claim that Mueller didn’t ask for the job was so telling, as if Mueller should be praised for not having asked to be interviewed. He must have been chanelling Hillary’s “wiped, like with a cloth?” That Mueller just happened to have relationships with several of the principals in chose I guess was just a coincidence. But hey, he’s the best and squeaky clean except for his BFFs Jim, Andrew and that pesky Uranium One distraction. Yea, Mueller just happened to be in the neighborhood and out of a job. And there were the two birds and the one stone.

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    • AZ18 says:

      Same MO Gowdy used when speaking of Comey

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  21. covfefe999 says:

    At around 10:25 there’s a graphic showing a Strzok text about handing out calendars. Chris Wallace says Strzok was planning to hand out Russian calendars as a gag. I need to review the series of texts, I don’t recall reading anything about Russian calendars but maybe I missed it. Worse though, the Muh Russia investigation must be quite a joke to these people if they are passing out Russian calendars or Russian anything as a gag. Seems they weren’t taking it very seriously, maybe because there wasn’t much to it other than being part of a plot to take Trump out.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Oh how convenient. The detail about Russian calendars being handed out by a gag came from some anonymous source, reported in the NYT (below) and other media, and Chris Wallace just goes on and reports it as a fact.

      For example, the aide said the reference to a “secret society” the day after the election occurred in an exchange between Mr. Strzok and Ms. Page in which one noted: “Are you even going to give out your calendars? Seems kind of depressing. Maybe it should just be the first meeting of the secret society.”

      Another person familiar with that exchange said the team had bought Russia-theme calendars to give out to the agents and analysts investigating Russia’s interference in the election, and in light of the election results, Ms. Page was making a dark joke about the gag gifts.

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      • Never Say Anything says:

        Anyone else think it’s inappropriate for the FBI agents to be joking around about Russian calendars? It seems as if they had their minds made up before they even investigated or interviewed the first witness. Seems an awful lot like the Clinton investigation, eh?

        The FBI needs to be completely overhauled. Obama destroyed our justice system.

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        • Angel Martin says:

          The Putin-themed calendars seem a bit frivolous, but, whatever.

          I am more concerned that the unexpected election result had such a big emotional impact on what is supposed to be a non-political, nonpartisan investigation.

          If the FBI really was doing a rule of law, based on facts investigation, what difference does the election result make ?

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        • covfefe999 says:

          The text was made on Nov 9 2016, the day after the election and the day Hillary conceded (in the wee hours of the morning). They were already planning the Russia attack, that’s how I read it. Pass out Russian calendars, make a joke of it, and start the “insurance policy” witch hunt fake investigation of Trump’s Russian connections.

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        • magacombover says:

          We are witnessing the fundamental changing of America

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  22. covfefe999 says:

    At 7:40, Wallace brings up the exchange between Page and Strzok. Strzok’s reply includes:

    I will email you and (redacted) the same

    The name was redacted by the DOJ. There are very few Strzok and Page texts that we’ve seen with redaction and there are plenty we’ve seen with unredacted names. What’s so special about this name that it had to be redacted? It wasn’t “Bill” or “Andy” or “Trisha” or the media contacts. This was someone else. They were talking about Hillary. I’d like to think the redacted name was “Obama” but I doubt Strzok was emailing Obama. Any ideas?

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  23. covfefe999 says:

    Apparently not if Gowdy has any control of the situation. As others had mentioned, the FBI already knows what’s in it because they provided all of the base material.

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  24. Michael says:

    I seriously can’t stand Rooster Head any longer. I’m so tired of his BS swamp defending.

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    • Donzo says:

      Gowdy also agreed that the HPSCI should let the FBI and DOJ review the memo when Nunes entrusted him to make sure the memo’s contents were airable. Why then did he take on that task? Besides, as SD pointed out, the memo goes from House to the Executive where Trump can decide to allow the DOJ and FBI to see it, if he wishes within the 5 days he has.

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      • Donzo says:

        And what was the hyperbole that Republicans are prone to, according to Gowdy- overstating an attempted coup of the USA? I stubbed my toe and it really reallt hurts!

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  25. Norman Ball says:

    Judging from the youtube still, Wallace looks like he wants to reach out and strangle Gowdy. Are you sure they’re both Deep State collaborators? I’ve never felt comfortable going back even to Benghazi days.

    https://fullspectrumdominoes.wordpress.com/2015/10/24/benghazi-and-trey-gowdy/

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    • Donzo says:

      Chris Wallace is Mike Wallace’s doppelganger. Put Gowdy and Wallace together and you get something resembling a man, granted a small man, but a man of sorts.

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  26. waicool says:

    I don’t see the link between howdy and controlled opposition, sorry, maybe i’m dense. i do see controlled opposition in the incessant day to day hyping of some “memo” and the time allowed for these “controlling” narratives to persuade/convince the public. Geesch, today I read a report that shiff-for-brains’s is preparing a counter memo. I’d be interested to know who makes the decision to release the memo, “the decision maker” as the art of the deal explains, and find out what the hell that person is up to. I heard a report that Trump authorized the release and he is top chain of command. also, will be chasing down information on the day to day polling going on regarding the “memo”. I suspect the impact curve is diminishing, not rising.

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  27. youme says:

    As SD referenced no one knows what is in the memo:
    ♦Assumption #1 – The DOJ is presenting this letter to Devin Nunes from the position that the Nunes Memo is underpinned by documentary evidence they have provided. The DOJ provided FISA documents and FBI investigative documents, and they are assuming that’s the underlying material.

    ♦Assumption #2 – The DOJ is presenting this letter, and it is being interpreted by almost everyone, including Adam Schiff and media, to center around the Nunes Memo being written about, or including, FISA documents.

    There is nothing to indicate either of those assumptions are correct. In fact, there is ample evidence to indicate that nothing about those assumptions are correct.

    Secondly, how can ranking member Adam Schiff write a rebuttal memo to the Nunes memo, without any knowledge of the underlying evidence behind Nunes claims?

    Again, more assumptions are needed. ie. Schiff has to guess at the underlying evidence based on what he can read from the Nunes memo. If he does that, he’s going to screw himself.

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/01/24/brilliant-strategery-doj-and-fbi-demand-access-to-nunes-memo-while-making-wrong-assumptions/

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    • Um….as the ranking member, wouldn’t Schiff have seen the same evidence everyone else on the committee saw? Ergo, Schiff has already seen the underlying evidence. No?

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      • todayistheday99 says:

        Maybe he is careful not to view anything incriminating in a SCIF.

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        • We know he has already read the memo, and the underlying evidence was presented to the entire committee, with some to the public.

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          • todayistheday99 says:

            Is it public information who has read the memo? I don’t believe so, but would love to see that list just to see who isn’t on it.

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          • SamRitter5000 says:

            No, there was one FBI 302 that only was necessary to be viewed in a SCIF. Schiff and other committee members were not present for this. In fact I believe it was Gowdy that Nunes sent to summarize that 302.

            I’m sure Nunes felt that if he were the only one to see It, the Dems would sat that Nunes misinterpreted or misunderstood it. So instead he sent in Gowdy, a lawyer. No matter Gowdys position, he knows that Wray knows the content and the content could be seen by others at a later date, so Nunes put him in a position where Gowdy would be forced to give an honest account of the document.

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  28. Tom says:

    FBI and DOJ Report to Trump, Nunes report will be released to President Trump, if the FBI and DOJ want to read they should ask the President.

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  29. Considering that Nunes has reportedly cut off “communications” with the FBI and DOJ……and wasn’t he the one who said the Senate could not read it?

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  30. Newt Love says:

    When Strzok, Page, “Andy” McCabe, et cetera, are under oath, someone should ask each of them, “Remembering your oath to protect the USA, and the Constitution, from enemies, both foreign and domestic, where did you find that part of your duties as an FBI Agent includes trying to, and helping others, in their attempts to bring down the duly elected President of the United States?”

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  31. Bull Durham says:

    ZeroHedge runs with this video from Fox and Gowdy’s manipulations.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-01-28/gowdy-drops-big-hints-about-fisa-memo-fbi-misuse-funding-and-hillarys-relationship

    Look, a squirrel!

    SD is always ahead of the flow.

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  32. Ed357 says:

    Gowdy…..

    Talks big……accomplishes nothing

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  33. johnparham1 says:

    OK – I know Sundance and this crew are no fan of Gowdy but he did let drop a couple of comments that make me wonder / question as follows:

    At about 3:50 he states, “…there is nothing in the memo that the department has not seen…” Question: Does this contradict what Sundance posted earlier about the PDBs being in the memo?

    At about 6:00 he says, “… can’t confirm or deny there was ever a FISA warrant issued…” This confirms Sundance’s theory that, yes, we do not at this time know. Does this mean the scandal goes even deeper and that judges were involved if the FBI were allowed to proceed without FISA permission or did the FBI move forward without permission?

    Not sure how I feel about Gowdy but that his nickname is well earned.

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  34. ARW says:

    Maybe The first approved FISA was after the election.

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  35. yakmaster2 says:

    I’m tired of Gowdy saying how fair and impartial Mueller is every chance he gets. Plus today he said he’s warned his Congressional colleagues “not to touch Mueller.”
    OK, OBVIOUSLY Gowdy takes law enforcement personnel at face value—no matter how conflicted they are. Maintaining the status quo of the sacred “system” is where his loyalty lies. Who made HIM the ultimate adjudgor of truth
    and justice??
    I don’t care what Gowdy says, Mueller is out to get POTUS on anything he can, no matter how flimsy or small. If he can’t do it, it won’t be because he didn’t try his creative damndest to bring any kind of charge he could! Therefore, Gowdy can take his opinion on the Mueller investigation and…well, you can finish that thought for me!!

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  36. Dr. Kent says:

    I will never Forget Benghazi nor will forgive the narcissistic crowing of Gowdy and at the end of the day produced a cloud of hot air and nothing more.. A country & western song perhaps says it best “a little less talk and a Lot More Action”.
    In Texas we have a saying for guys like him…..
    “Don’t let your jaybird mouth overload your hummingbird ass.”

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  37. Festering Boil says:

    Correction Goober, what was ” once” considered the world’s premiere law enforcement agency. This agency will never ever have our trust again unless many are carted away for a long, long time. You sir, are a weakling and if South Carolinians had any clue, you would be gone ASAP and do whatever it is you do in your free time where you will not be a hindrance to the legal process. Something really, really stinks in Greenville and it ain’t the air.

    Mueller can scream from the top of the capitol dome and I will never “trust” any of his so called findings.

    Does Goober realize how he seems to expose himself more and more each day as a fraud. Is God doing this to him, making him look like a fool! We can only hope so!

    To sit there and say he has 100% trust in Mueller is a bald face lie in my opinion. Why suck up to Chris Wallace, a master manipulator and fraud in his own right and someone whom I have never trusted. We all know though why he is still at FOX being part of the cabal and all.

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  38. Bird watcher says:

    Rooster head is disingenuous. If Mueller were really unbiased, why did he hire all pro-Hillary democrat lawyers? Not one Republican in the bunch, not to mention no conservatives. He didn’t remove Strock and Page because of their bias. He removed them because they leaked. Sundance told us this some time ago.

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  39. LibertyONE says:

    Trey Gowdy is a Dog & Pony Show AND ALL talk & NO action!

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  40. Festering Boil says:

    This is extremely rare early footage of Rooster Goober in action. Impressive to say the least.

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  41. Diane Weber says:

    I could not agree more with your suspicions of Trey Gowdy. I watched him “interrogate” Hillary Clinton for an entire day — without asking her the one question she could not answer: WHY did she tell her daughter there was a terrorist attack in Benghazi and then tell Americans that it was a riot caused by an imbecilic video? He knew she could not worm her way out of that one. And then we saw Hillary’s smooth performance in the debates — after she was handed the questions by Donna Brazille…. led me to think that maybe she had the questions in advance from Trey Gowdy. It was the same performance, basically. Trey Gowdy is a snake.

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  42. Mike diamond says:

    When Chris Wallace talks we all want to go take a nap! The dude is a walking talking sleeping pill !!!

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  43. Steven Hitt says:

    Gowdy, all talk and no walk makes a RINO exposed!! Benghazi!

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