Sunday Talks: Maria Bartiromo Interviews Peter King…

Following up to earlier interviews with James Kallstrom, former Assistant Director of the FBI, and Representative John Ratcliffe (R-TX) who has reviewed the underlying FISA application documents, Maria Bartiromo interviews Representative Peter King.

Representative Peter King discusses his disgust with former FBI Director James Comey.

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112 Responses to Sunday Talks: Maria Bartiromo Interviews Peter King…

  1. Janie M. says:

    Pssst. “FBI Director James Gowdy” edit and delete my comment.

    Liked by 6 people

  2. georgiafl says:

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  3. Maria…. Wow! Like a Cruise Missile today, on target.

    Liked by 20 people

  4. phoenixRising says:

    Hey, as hard as Sundance works… first typo I’ve EVAH seen… we knew what he meant!

    Liked by 3 people

  5. fleporeblog says:

    Good luck to the Democrats, Left, MSM etc. after viewing these results from a CBS Poll after the SOTU!

    Liked by 26 people

    • fleporeblog says:

      Also this little nugget!

      From the article linked above:

      The Democratic National Committee entered the midterm elections year “dead broke,” with a paltry $400,000 in party coffers, according to federal records.

      The RNC raised $132 million through last year, double the DNC’s $66 million, which along with group’s minimal cash led The Intercept reporter Ryan Grim, among the first to report the story, to tweet that the DNC is “dead broke.

      Liked by 10 people

      • fleporeblog says:

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      • sallyal says:

        But doesn’t that mean Crazy Perez and Muzzie Ellickson are not doing a great job? /s

        Liked by 2 people

      • sickconservative says:

        Let’s face it Obama was good for Obama, down ballot and the DNC has suffered.
        Really the only good thing he did for our country.

        Liked by 5 people

      • Sancho says:

        I’m sorry but I must disagree. That *is not* a wave. At best it’s a ripple 😀

        BEAUTIFUL chart 🙂

        Liked by 5 people

      • deqwik2 says:

        I heard this morning that the Dems are confident that their “resistance” movement is working because of the wins in Virginia & Alabama. I had to LOL.
        We all know the Ala race had absolutely nothing to do with the resistance movement. Jones was even talked about for not acting like a Democrat. If there was any lesson they should have learned, it would be to talk about reaching across the aisle & working together to get things done. That’s what helped Jones in Ala.

        I hope they keep their confidence level on resistance really high & use it to campaign on. Oh, that would really work …. for the GOP.

        Liked by 6 people

        • Donna in Oregon says:

          The Democrats resistance movement is working. Look at Alabama:

          Jones has been able to raise twice as much as Moore, receiving $11.8 million to Moore’s $5 million.
          Jones’ biggest donor is a mysterious super PAC called Highway 31, which was created November 6th. MapLight initially reported that Highway 31 had given $3.47 million to Jones, but Politico later found that number to be more than $4.1 million, including spending on ads. Highway 31 is legally structured in such a way that it doesn’t have to disclose its donors until after the election, according to the Daily Beast. Nevertheless, on the eve of the election, Politico reporter Gabriel Debenedetti was able to identify Highway 31 as “a joint project of two of the largest national Democratic super PACs—Senate Majority PAC and Priorities USA Action.” Those PACs supported Barack Obama’s bid for the presidency in 2012 and Hillary Clinton’s bid in 2016. In Alabama, a state that Clinton lost to Trump by 28 points, Jones and his supporters have tried to maintain their distance from the party’s big organizations (Politico)


      • margarite1 says:

        Maybe the DNC should take a look at Hillary’s bank account. We all know she has really sticky fingers.

        Liked by 3 people

      • David A says:

        Yet how much did Hillary and the ZERO steal along the way, waiting for a proper laundry?

        Liked by 1 person

      • TheUnknownPatriot says:

        The DNC doesn’t need money. They get free advertising all day from their cohorts in the media.

        Liked by 3 people

  6. Question with a preamble: Carter Page was under surveillance in 2013. Then again, under the current FISA warrant in question. This warrant had 3 extensions. Each extension needs to show that the previous warrant was bearing fruit in order to continue invading the privacy of the subject. Where are the charges against Carter Page? Is this man, that the Russians reportedly thought was an idiot, so crafty that he was single handedly able to thwart the investigative might of our premier law enforcement agency and intelligence services? C’mon man.

    Liked by 16 people

    • Chewbarkah says:

      If Page was under US surveillance since 2013:
      1) under what authority? First FISA warrant wasn’t until 2016.
      2) what did they find? What was the FBI’s analysis and threat assessment of Page BEFORE he became a Trump associate? How about after?
      3) As you say — where are the charges?

      We need to see the totality of evidence from this big operation.

      Liked by 8 people

      • freddy says:

        your giving out the coming previews for the next part of the movie… The memo was a little morsel and it may stop the FBI from blocking access to view all the FISA materials…Therin lies the secret and the golden ring Frodo……….

        Liked by 4 people

        • David A says:

          Ok -LOTR metaphor, a bring down Moroador on the Potomac question and segway into Harry Potter – do the white hats have a Severus Snape with them?
          ( Maybe Jeff Sessions? I am 55% Yes.)


          • David A says:

            Oh, and reasons; three ongoing investigations into HRC & Clinton Foundation, plus work on immigration plus pedo arrests.
            Negatives – recusal plus apparent wishy washy indifference to internal corruption etc.
            ( mitigation to negatives – nick name; The silent assasin)


    • The Boss says:

      According to that fool Congressman Swallwell (back up dem liar to Adam Schiff-hole), Carter Page was merely a “suspect” in a 2013 case. (If someone can find his interview with Carson Tucker and post, you’ll see what I mean).

      Bottom line. Page was a pretext to cover illegal spying being conducted on Trump in JUly 2016 (yet attributed to George Papadopoulos remarks in 2016, according to an Australian diplomat). This is the investigation Comey didn’t inform Congress about until February or March 2017 “Because of the sensitivity of the matter?”

      Liked by 7 people

    • deqwik2 says:

      According to Fox News, Page also confirmed that he is not being investigated by Mueller’s SC. Mueller interviewed him… end of story.
      How is that even possible if he was bad enough to surveil ?

      Liked by 3 people

      • Clay More says:

        The FISA application was for a Type I warrant, the most expansive or intrusive FISA search warrant that can be granted. In order to get this Type I warrant, the Fibbies had to present evidence to the FISA judge that not only was Page a foreign agent, but that he was also engaged in criminal activity. Let us see what was put into that application. If y’all he Fibbies say Page is a criminal foreign agent/spy, then he should be charged with a crime, correct?

        Liked by 4 people

        • deqwik2 says:

          Yes. He should be charged with a crime & Mueller is not even investigating him .. You can’t square that circle.

          This is the point Sharyl Attkisson was making. He was under radar in 2013 but he’s not charged yet ? FISA warrant & still not charged ? Not even investigated by Mueller?

          Oh my gosh ..talking about them depending on the stupidity of the people.
          Makes me sick!

          Liked by 6 people

    • CM-TX says:

      So basically… 🤨

      And if Carter Page left the campaign in late September 2016- why were they later renewing the attributed to FISA warrant? How would that justify the continued spying on Trump Camp/Transition Team/Admin? (It doesn’t)

      Liked by 8 people

      • Joshua2415 says:

        Going strictly on the contents of the Nunes memo, we do not know if anyone in the Trump campaign was being monitored via the Page warrant. All we know is that the warrant to monitor Page was issued in October 2016 and renewed on multiple occasions after he left the campaign. We do not know how much if any spying was done on Trump and his team as a result of this warrant.
        I’m still inclined to believe that the Title VII searches and subsequent unmasking of “US Persons” by the Obama administration will yield the bulk of the damning evidence. I also still believe that is what Mike Rogers warned Trump about.
        “Come out it will”

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    • G. Combs says:

      AsMemo Fight Rages Critics Ask All This Over Carter Page (Seems to them Carter Page is just a serf whose rights being violated means nothing.)
      “[…]There were reasons for the FBI to notice Page. Described as an “energy executive,” he lived for a time in Russia, was always trying to drum up business, often in Russia, and his name popped up in a case against three Russians who in 2013 were posing as businessmen and trying to recruit Americans to become Russian agents. The Russians apparently wanted to enlist Page, who in the end was not accused of any wrongdoing and has denied any contacts with the Russians beyond ordinary business communications. For their part, the Russians came to view Page as something less than a prize; one of them was captured on a wiretap calling him an “idiot.”

      So Page was no Russian agent, nor did he ever appear to be in danger of becoming a Russian agent. Nevertheless, the case put Page on the FBI’s Russia radar screen….

      One mystery, to outsiders at least, is why the FBI waited until mid-October to seek a warrant on a man they had deep suspicions about in July. (Page left the Trump campaign in the August-September timeframe; it’s difficult to pin down a specific date.) Beyond that is the question of why the FBI sought to wiretap Page at all[…]”.

      So has the FBI been spying on Carter Page for several years???

      Remember the FISA ‘warrant’ is for SPIES and the FBI (and Russians) had ALREADY decided Page was an idiot and not spy material. THEREFORE the ONLY reason for the warrant was to spy on the Trump Team. Note Page had already left the Trump Team at the time the first ‘warrant’ was granted.

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  7. Jay Wizz says:

    The Fusion GPS pipeline went BOTH ways. There were THREE pipelines.

    1)The Ohr pipeiline, a direct off record conduit from BRUCE OHR to NELLIE OHR,

    2)There was the direct off record conduit from the White House to NEIL KING, who is married to Obama’s Senior Adviser SHAILAGH MURRAY.

    3) And then there was the pipeline from the HRCC to GLEN SIMPSON through P&C.

    This is what was done.

    Intel would be passed from the DoJ and FBI to Fusion GPS via the OHR’s. Information from the White House would be passed to Fusion GPS through MURRAY/KING. And info would be passed from HRCC and DNC through Glen Simpson.

    When the FBI needed a wiretap based on flimsy information, they would present their intel to FISA, and then would corroborate it with news stories sourced by Fusion GPS using the SAME INTEL that was passed to them off record using the pipelines.

    They did exactly this with Page’s first wiretap, I would bet a million dollars that probable cause was established for the extensions using media articles that were planted by Fusion GPS. The pattern is there.

    Coordination of the narrative was done through MURRAY/KING. MURRAY is specialized in Communications, with an extensive background in the media (WaPo, WSJ, etc.) Directions, timing, coordination of materials were all done through this conduit.

    Fusion GPS was primarily used as an off record conduit FROM the Government, and TO the media. The Dossier was crap, the FBI knows this. I bet most of their evidence is crap, and that’s why they needed Fusion GPS. Fusion GPS was literally a tool that was used to communicate off record with the WH, and to falsely corroborate evidence used in the FISA court.


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    • Simpson’s wife was also from Little Rock Arkansas so there was a back door connection there as well.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Armchair Quarterback says:

      Makes sense to me… addition this is the method by which the O administration used to frame the narrative for a long time as evidence of PS and LP brazen sloppiness in their communications. It is obvious they had no fear of being discovered.


  8. evilpens says:

    REPORT: House Intel Committee Could Drop FIVE MORE MEMOS Exposing ‘Politically Motivated’ Abuses By FBI & DOJ

    Liked by 8 people

  9. freddy says:

    We all know that dossier was the pivotal document to give to the media and the dirty politicians and amny avenues it was used to spread disinformation and confusion and to scare Jeff Sessions???….. Now Gowdy says today there is no connection between the dossier and the Mueller Russian probe…..Now that is a low down snake of a guy working up the alibis again for everyone. I loathe him as much as McCain. Can’t wait till he’s gone… Great legacy Trey still batting .0000 after 5 years…..

    Liked by 6 people

    • MustangBlues says:

      Totally 1000 up votes:

      gowdy is just adam schiff with a Southern accent; completely crooked.


      • William F Buckley's Ghost says:

        Absolutely! I love when he slowly says….EVVV-AAA-DENT-EEEE-ARY to impress the rubes in his South Carolina district. Wow! I was impressed! He knows a word with five syllables. He must be a high school GRAD-EEE-ATE!

        Liked by 1 person

    • rf121 says:

      No. The memo was to point out FISA abuse. The media and Trump haters want to make everyone believe the memo was about discrediting Mueller. He is just trying to keep things focused where they need to be.

      The guy is defending our position and all you want to do is bust him in the chops.

      Liked by 4 people

    • thedoc00 says:

      As a friendly reminder to the Democrat Media machine as well as democrat and republican neverTrump congressmen of their complicity and as a memory jogger on the credence they gave the “dossier”, a looping video clip of all their denunciation Trump based on INTEL sources and this dossier should be made and replayed.


  10. Coast says:

    The “next step” is for the DOJ to do its job. This won’t happen until we have a real AG and DAG.

    Liked by 1 person

  11. Sunshine says:

    Good points here by Alan Dershowitz:

    Liked by 1 person

    • The Boss says:

      This was good. And someone earlier took Trish Reagan’s comment about Putin ‘getting what he wanted” completely out of context. Trish is one of the good ones, and she conducted a great interview with Mr. Dershowitz.

      Liked by 1 person

  12. Pam says:

    As far as the deal on DACA goes, Maria is absolutely right. The president has been more than fair with the dems and when this falls flat, because unless something miraculous happens before Thursday with negotiations on the spending bill, it will but it certainly won’t be President Trump’s fault.

    As far as Comey goes, there certainly does need to be charges and I believe we will see them.

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  13. South Col says:

    Another “dreamer” user. The left certainly control the language of even Rep Congressmen, the left know that’s half the battle. Try “illegal aliens”, pal.

    Liked by 3 people

  14. cheekymeeky says:

    One hour later and we still have “FBI Director James Gowdy.” My Spidey sense is tingling. 🤔


  15. Pam says:

    Maria B interview this morning with Dershowitz.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Dave says:

      The Inspector General is already non-partisan.

      Liked by 1 person

      • South Col says:

        No Obama appointee can ever be considered non partisan.
        Horowitz was appointed as last resort damage control back then for just this purpose
        The fact that he had some disagreements on his role with Oby is, however, encouraging.

        Liked by 2 people

      • The Boss says:

        That is an important point you raise Dave.
        Time for Mueller to shut down his shit show.
        And time for grand juries to get cracking on the conspirators.

        Liked by 3 people

    • Ari says:

      Great, appoint politicians to solve a criminal matter where 90% of the members of said commission are tainted. Idiot.

      Liked by 2 people

    • evergreen says:

      There are no non-partisans in this regard. It’s a cop-out position in any event.
      Best way to get the dirt is to hire the most aggressive hound. Mueller is probably the best to investigate Trump, because he’s dead set on nailing him.. Bravo. When he generates nothing of substance, it’s proof positive that every stone was turned. If he finds anything, it’ll be vetted in the proper forum, including whether it was fabricated or not.
      Ditto (sort of) Republican investigation of Traitors: if there’s evidence, it’ll be produced. The trial will qualify the validity of the evidence.

      Maybe IG releases his (presumably) damning report, and President is compelled to appoint his own Special Prosecutor, since AG and DAG are defanged or damaged.


    • Sunshine says:

      I think we posted it at the same time. It is a very good interview. And I agree with him 100%. Get Mueller out of there.


  16. Wretched1 says:

    Ahoy Mates, another Team Player, this time Rep Steve King R(IA)
    (Go Hawks!) It’s his response to Comey’s latest Tweets, correcting Comey’s wording as appropriate…Wham!

    Liked by 2 people

    • Wretched1 says:

      This was Comey’s “incorrectly worded” Tweet to which Rep King Referred…


      • Former lurker says:

        It’s all good, his latest tweet is that he’s proud to wear his FBI cufflinks to a family event.

        I think he’ll be wearing a different kind of cuff before too much longer.

        Liked by 4 people

        • youme says:

          My brother-in-law on the board of fortune 500 company. In every meeting he was involved in, the CEO always made a point to introduce a Mr. “so and so”, who on my personal staff and is a former associate special agent in charge of the FBI. My in law now says the guy is still in the room but is no longer introduced as formerly with the FBI.

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  17. deqwik2 says:

    You need to watch Issa’s exit interview on Full Measure. He pretty much confirmed that Gowdy was given the Benghazi investigation so Republicans could control the outcome.
    Link has video & transcript.

    Rep. Issa: Leadership trusted him to do the Russian investigation, trusted him to do just what they wanted on the Benghazi investigation, and trusted him to be chairman of Oversight ahead of others who could have been.

    Sharyl: A lot of people out there listening might say, why would the Republicans go easy on the Benghazi investigation that doesn’t make any sense. Can you explain that?

    Rep. Issa: The chairman of the Select Intelligence Committee Mike Rogers at the time and the chairman of Armed Services Buck McKeon, they were covering up for those failures. They were feeling institutionally that that they had to protect them. And, by the way, both of them were going on to other careers shortly afterwards.


    • georgiafl says:

      “why would the Republicans go easy on the Benghazi investigation?”

      Most likely to cover for McCain’s gun running to Syrian rebels.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Winston says:

      The Repubs leadership were complicit in War Crimes, of course they were going to bury the gun running by the CIA to Syria.Gowdy had to whitewash, both sides had each other by the short and curlies. That makes Gowdy a war criminal as well by obstructing justice.
      This guy is evil, hanging would be too good for him.
      Just look, its all in plain sight,yet you get fooled every time by diversions.

      Liked by 1 person

  18. HankM says:

    Affable, impressive Maria Bartiromo was rocking today.

    It is fair to say that Maria is a political partisan but without partisanship of any kind you will have a one party dictatorship rather than a democracy. But unlike the partisan lap dog media that choose to spew whatever concocted Dem script is put in front of them, Maria uses facts and logic to make her points. As Sundance pointed out in a previous article, almost everything the MSM has been peddling for over a year is a lie or a gross distortion of reality fed to them by the anti Trump cabal .

    When all of the MSM and major networks sound exactly the same on every issue regarding Trump, it is not a bewildering coincidence. It is a dishonest, despicable conspiracy.

    Liked by 3 people

  19. Donald p pascoe says:

    Rep. John Ratcliffe; James Comey Lied to Congress – Needs to Come Back and Testify

    Liked by 2 people

  20. Katherine McCoun says:

    Interesting when Peter King mentioned leaks he specifically mentioned the Washington Post and less so the NYTs. Guess the pattern of links is becoming common knowledge and obvious.

    Liked by 1 person

  21. Prettyplease says:

    I think I heard today that shuffling Schumer is trying to extend this DACA misery into the midterms elections. One would think that the illegals would wise up to the fact that they are being used as cannon fodder and that the likes of Schumer could care less.
    I wonder if Trump knew that the dems would not accept his best offer for exactly the reason I expressed above. That surely does put the onus on the Democrats for why there is no short term resolution. I hope that Hannity and anyone else who has access to a microphone or media hin any form will hammer this point Home repeatedly.

    Liked by 4 people

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