Chairman Devin Nunes Interview With Tucker Carlson…

Earlier tonight House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes appeared on Tucker Carlson television show for an interview.  The topic is the HPSCI investigation into the details of the Clinton-Steele Dossier and the FBI’s politically motivated use therein to obtain a fraudulent FISA surveillance warrant.

Earlier in the day Chairman Nunes sent letters to former President Obama officials in an effort to discover their connection to the dossier and their knowledge of the content.

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170 Responses to Chairman Devin Nunes Interview With Tucker Carlson…

  1. WhistlingPast says:

    “Earlier in the day Chairman Nunes sent letters to former President Obama officials in an effort to discover their connection to the dossier and their knowledge of the content.”

    Are they required to answer? And what are the consequences if they won’t?

    Liked by 9 people

    • Minnie says:

      I believe subpoenas will be forthcoming.

      Liked by 11 people

      • WhistlingPast says:

        After which they will testify under oath.
        And “lie.”
        Again.
        Like Brennan. To no consequences.
        Again. And again, and…

        For my money Tucker’s facial reactions are worth the price of admission.

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        • Peter says:

          Yes, they can lie, but the risk is that Nunes already knows the answer to some of the questions. So it is like Russian roulette (no pun intended).

          Liked by 23 people

          • Josco says:

            Exactly. They know that Nunes et al. know more if not everything. And they’ll have to squirm, knowing more and more of us remember their last set of lies.
            I always found it interesting that Brennan changed his answer about his last day in WH when he realized that Gowdy knew….

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            • beach lover says:

              I love watching the clip of Gowdy questioning Brennan on the dossier. Talk about squirming! I think he was caught completely off guard and lied about it. Next time he will be better prepared, but too much information has come forward from the “small group”, and he won’t know what they have confessed to. Assume everything has come out. Something this big involving so many can’t be kept covered up. Thats why they are being held in Siberia within the FBI/DOJ until this all comes down.

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              • Imagine Sally Yates squirming and freaking out because they have turned Bruce Ohr! And Bill Preistap! She is going down! Perhaps she can cut a deal if she sings against Loretta!

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                • beach lover says:

                  only deal I would take would still be jail time. Maybe 10 years instead of 30. But, I’ll leave that to those that thought Martha Stewart deserved to be in jail.. consider the ramifications of what these people tried to do to Trump and our country. Treasonist

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            • Tegan says:

              All testimony should be under oath, asking each individual if they are aware of making false statements under oath is punishable and recording their response. The days of cafeteria facts and memory must be stopped…it’s become a joke.

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              • Doesn’t need to be under oath. Making false statements in relation to a congressional investigation is a crime — 18 U.S. Code § 1001 – Statements or entries generally:

                (a) Except as otherwise provided in this section, whoever, in any matter within the jurisdiction of the executive, legislative, or judicial branch of the Government of the United States, knowingly and willfully—
                (1) falsifies, conceals, or covers up by any trick, scheme, or device a material fact;
                (2) makes any materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent statement or representation; or
                (3) makes or uses any false writing or document knowing the same to contain any materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent statement or entry;

                shall be fined under this title, imprisoned not more than 5 years ***

                (c) With respect to any matter within the jurisdiction of the legislative branch, subsection (a) shall apply only to— ***

                (2) any investigation or review, conducted pursuant to the authority of any committee, subcommittee, commission or office of the Congress, consistent with applicable rules of the House or Senate.

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                • Ron says:

                  Why werent Wasserman Schultz and Podesta charged after denying the source and funding of the dossier in their interviewbefore Wapo broke the story

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          • Josco says:

            Exactly. They know that Nunes et al. know more if not everything. And they’ll have to squirm, knowing more and more of us remember their last set of lies.
            I always found it interesting that Brennan changed his answer about his last day in WH when he realized that Gowdy knew….

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          • Countrywatch says:

            Yes, just like Trey Gowdy seemed to know the answers that Comey was giving to the Committee were not truthful. TG’s facial expression and deliberate pause before asking Comey the next question were, I believe, very meaningful.

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            • Alison Swain says:

              I liked how Gowdy asked Brennan if the CIA relied on the Steele dossier and almost before Brennan could finish saying “no”, Gowdy said, “Why not?” – Very obvious Gowdy knew CIA wouldn’t risk their reputation on it and he cornered Brennan into either saying it was BS or squirming out of it with major spin and no direct answer.

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          • hoop says:

            I hope that the IG Report will expose them… and force one of the perpetrators to call out another…. then the house of cards collapses.

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          • Patsy says:

            First rule, Never ask a question you don’t know the truthful answer to. Game on!!!

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          • Somewhere in Dixie says:

            Lawyers always say: never ask a question that you don’t know the answer.

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          • Terry Bement says:

            Yes, I believe he knows exactly what to as to get them to lie, I believe he has been coordinating with the DOJ/IG with ALL his investigating, Mr, Horowitz is a straight shooter, and honest to the core, and he was slighted by obama and has a score to settle, THANK GOD we had a good guy on our side.

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        • cali says:

          @WhistlingPast: My guess is that they all take the 5th because they are aware now that the OIG Horowitz has them by the ballz and his report will be released this coming March. Nunes also has the answers already but needs them on record.
          While Warner – democrats- almost warned Mueller this past weekend not to release more findings too close to the midterms one can safely assume they see the writing on the wall.

          Behind the scene our military men are working hard to bring this seditious and treasonous gang to justice.

          One way or another they are all on notice. One of them McCabe has already ‘spilled’ his guts while being retained at GITMO but released by intent as to continue his surveillance.
          It will be interesting to see these swamp creatures sink never to surface again.

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          • WhistlingPast says:

            “Behind the scene our military men…”
            “spilled his guts … GITMO”

            Has this been published anywhere? or are you implying you have inside info.

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          • Paintingjan says:

            “Behind the scene our military men are working hard to bring this seditious and treasonous gang to justice.
            One way or another they are all on notice. One of them McCabe has already ‘spilled’ his guts while being retained at GITMO but released by intent as to continue his surveillance.”
            Are you pulling this out of thin air, wishful thinking, a dream??? Source, please.

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          • Tegan says:

            Cali…warned or threatened? It reminds me of Silly Schumer’s comment to POTUS about messing with the intelligence agencies….definitely a veiled threat.

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            • cali says:

              @Tegan: I found it strange for Warner to make such a statement and I did think it was a threat. You could also be right as it may had been a warning. Either way its like Schumer and his words to DT.

              I follow #Qanon and the anons on 8chan where these issues are discussed as Q drops crumbs/intel drops. It is there where The GITMO extensions by 13,000 more cells and 5,000 more quarters are being readied for those involved in treason and other crimes against this country.
              Q let us know 2 weeks ago that at the moment GITMO is full and another prison is being prepared until the extension is completed.
              It was on these same threads where Q dropped the crumb of McCabe hating GITMO so much that he spilled the beans. It was ‘catch and release’ as McCabe is under surveillance. The anons on 8chan are monitoring regular and daily frequent numbers of military flights to GITMO. So there is that.
              I suppose @Paintingjan you could go and choose which board or thread you read. Either one will give the info I used.
              For the rest of you all the Q intel drops aka crumbs are from the highest security clearance military intel and group working directly with Donald Trump in the white house.

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          • Mr. T. says:

            “One way or another they are all on notice. One of them McCabe has already ‘spilled’ his guts while being retained at GITMO but released by intent as to continue his surveillance.”

            Really, Cali? You know, the more I read your comments, the more you sound like a troll, a Russian Troll. As Judge Judy would say, “That’s a lot of who shot John.”

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            • cali says:

              @Mr T: Are you actually trying to learn as much as you can or just read and then go on your merry way?
              I forgive you for your insults saying ‘I sound like a Russian troll”. Small minded I suppose.
              You have the same ability to get familiar with news not heard or found in the msn. Check out 8chan, #Qanon, #greatawakening, reddit.com/r/CBTS_Stream among a number of others which are linked.
              When you finish you should come back and apologize.

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              • Terry Bement says:

                Thnks cali, I will look for these links, I have been wondering why Trump lets the fools run off at the mouth, it takes time for the military to get things in place. Question is how is it obama does not know about this?? I have noticed he and Hillary are keeping low profile.

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              • Mr. T. says:

                Cali, when post comments about McCabe being at Gitmo and provide absolutely no proof, then you had better expect that one or more people are going to call you out on it. So, where’s the proof that McCabe was taken to and then detained at Gitmo?

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        • Mr. T. says:

          Sundance, you reading what Cali is posting?

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    • patrickhenrycensored says:

      If they don’t answer, they can be subpoenaed to appear before congress.
      They could chose not to appear (and face contempt) or appear and plead the 5th.

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      • luke says:

        Any idea the consequences of being held in contempt of Congress? Sounds like a big deal but I think Holder was held in contempt for F&F maybe and he still hasn’t gotten his comeuppance.

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          • patrickhenrycensored says:

            Not much, the way I read it.

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          • luke says:

            I read thru the Wikipedia page look at the list..Brain Pagliano aka Stonetear, Holder, and Lois Lerner…..don’t worry though if one of these leftists refuse to show and are held in contempt the media will hound them to death I am certain of it.

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          • Little Annie’s Fannie says:

            It would appear that once voted upon by the House or Senate and found to be in contempt, it then reverts to a game of “I don’t wanna so I’m not gonna” by DOJ/AG. In the case of LL, she was duly found to be in contempt but the DOJ CHOSE not to pursue the case, thus neutering the powers of Congress. Can you just imagine what would happen to these 20 or so? Vegas odds would be in the millions to 1 that any of them would be prosecuted with all the O’holdovers in DOJ!!

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        • WhistlingPast says:

          That’s right, and that’s the point!
          Wagons will be circled. Fingers will point. Committees will be convened. TV interviews will be done. Subpoenas will be issued. Perjuries will be committed. The powers will flinch and they won’t pursue. Outraged columnists will column.
          etc., etc. etc.
          After all is said and done…
          There. Are. No. Consequences.

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          • lumoc1 says:

            I wonder if anybody considers that the DOJ being under “different management” than the last one could result in a different outcome than the one everybody seems to predict. No way that may happen because now it is J Session in charge and he is recused and/or asleep. /S
            But, maybe J. Session is not completely independent and without supervision seen that Donald J. Trump is still the President!
            Don’t worry, be happy!

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            • steph_gray says:

              lumoc1 you said exactly what I was going to. The Eeyore we-are-doomed conclusion on these situations _never_ takes into account the fact that the boss at the top is finally, for the first time since Reagan, no longer a Swamp Dweller. Contempt of Congress meant nothing for Holder because his top boss was the Obammunist.

              These creatures’ boss is VSGPDJT. That was then. This is now.

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            • StanH says:

              Agreed. It’s up to the DoJ to prosecute, we’ll see.

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        • trialbytruth says:

          its a contempt but Gosh Golley Holder didn’t ask his Justice department to prosecute him.
          New Sheriff in town.

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      • Sunshine says:

        If they plead the 5th or lie, and Nunes et al can prove their nefarious involvement, can they be prosecuted without them testifying?

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        • H.R. says:

          Yes. There is no requirement for a defendant to testify.

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        • patrickhenrycensored says:

          Short answer is; congress can’t prosecute anyone in the general sense.
          They refer complaints to the U S Attorney for DC.
          What they can do however, is impeach, and/or remove a president from office.

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          • Patsy says:

            Isn’t he Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s brother?

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          • G. Combs says:

            What they can do however, is impeach, and/or remove a president from office.

            AND CONGRESS CAN REMOVE FEDERAL JUDGES!!!!

            Getting rid of all the Social Justice judges is very very important.

            Total Judgeships including Supremes = 890
            vacancies = 147
            President Trump Nominations = 58
            President Trump confirmed Judges = 24

            Seems like a really good reason to get people to VOTE!

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    • lumoc1 says:

      The letter from Chairman Nunes accompanying the 10 questions states clearly:

      “If you do not provide timely answers on a voluntary basis, the Committee will initiate compulsory process.”

      Liked by 8 people

    • shortgut says:

      They’ll write a letter saying how disappointed they are that they are ignoring federal law…Trey’s really good at dictating those…

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    • Nunes already knows the answer to all of the questions. He just can’t say so at this point in time. I sincerely hope that the Congressman Nunes is as effective as he seems to want to be. After having been falsely accused of treason, he seems to be a man on a mission. I really hope he succeeds.

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      • spren says:

        As my dear old Dad, an Army Air Corps bomber pilot in WWII used to say along with his other fellow airmen, “You know you’re over the target when you start taking on flak.”

        Nunes has been so attacked and so maligned, you know he is closing in on his targets. And Schiff’s eyes bug out even farther.

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    • I am more worried about the petition to remove him from the committee.

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  2. Don says:

    Rep. Nunes is over the target!

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    • brh82 says:

      There was a case in which the person went to jail and was fined $10,000 and was on probation for some time.
      In the case of Lois Lerner, I know the government paid back the taxes that had been collected from her victims and she was charged with Contempt of Congress but like most offenders, received no punishment. I don’t get the notion that Lerner or Holder ever suffered from Media shame.

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      • WhistlingPast says:

        No media shame — not that that would matter.
        Professional Leftists don’t possess a shame gene like regular Normal people.
        If they could feel shame they’d fail at their job of professional liar… I mean leftists.
        Think BJ and HR Clinton, or (if you must) the Kenyan interloper.

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      • Lizzyp says:

        According to a liberal acquaintance, Lerner was just a ‘rogue bureaucrat’ and the Holder contempt charge was ‘politically motivated’ which is how she was able state with certainty that the Obama Administration was scandal free. Without chapter, verse and meticulously cross referenced Power Point Slides (with animations) showing exactly what was done and why it is wrong they will excuse ANY bad act on the part of one of their heroes. That fanaticism is even deeper with respect to Obama and Hillary.

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        • brh82 says:

          Being a politically motivated rogue bureaucrat is what anyone could say of the several dozen Black Hats in the current debacle. If none are charged, our ONLY recourse is STILL to vote them out? Seems so unfair!

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  3. fleporeblog says:

    Every single one of the 20 POS must be scared out of their minds because the Greatest White Hat of them all is still standing watch at the Head of the NSA. The information he is privy to is absolutely explosive. That makes answering those 10 questions even more difficult. What is to stop 🛑 the White Hats from running To/From queries as well as About queries.

    What is good for the goose is good for the gander. Who are these POS going to cry to.

    POETIC JUSTICE!

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  4. lastinillinois says:

    Man, this stuff is beginning to hit fast and furious.

    The IG Report has to be close.

    And, on a related note, I don’t see Mueller wrapping up any time soon.
    I think he is going to keep that investigation open for the foreseeable future, to continue to give their MSM counterparts theories (lies) to talk about while Nunes, Goodlatte, & Grassley are doing their work.

    Mueller isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.

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    • red6242 says:

      Mueller will never leave unless he is forced out or gets Trump for a crime, that is a problem. He will not simply go after getting some little people, I hope there is a plan in place to get rid of him somehow.

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      • If Rosenstein goes (fired or resigns – depending on the IG report) his replacement will fire Mueller.

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      • Agreed. Mueller is protecting himself. He is up to his eyeballs in all of the illegal deeds that occurred during the O administration. The low hanging fruit there is clearly the U1 deals. Consider: there was an ongoing FBI investigation into bribery and corruption during the consideration of the uranium one deal but the investigation was suppressed so that the U1 deal would go through. Hmmm. Mueller is dirty with a capital D. As long as his current assignment goes on he can protect himself because if it is shut down then he will claim “obstruction”. This will go on until 2024 if it is allowed. He will be indicting the guys that parked the cars for the Russians because they lied to the FBI.

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        • Patsy says:

          What if Mueller was given immunity for his role in U1? What if POTUS mtg. with Mueller never had anything to do with FBI director job? What if POTUS put everything he had on the table? Made him an offer Mueller couldn’t refuse, so to speak?

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      • Fe says:

        SMH… Mueller is not going to get PDJT for a crime. Why even bring it up?

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        • Donna in Oregon says:

          I agree Fe. But I was thinking if there was another Special Counsel for Uranium One and if that SC found Mueller guilty of say Obstruction of Justice (just for fun, maybe add collusion with Russia….snicker) and Mueller was indicted by a Grand Jury.

          What would that mean to the muh Russia investigation that he is currently pursuing? Does everything get thrown out?

          Just wondering. I don’t think in our history this has happened before.

          But it might 🙂

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          • steph_gray says:

            Isn’t his ridiculous “investigation” into PDJT already tainted by poisonous fruit since it started with illegally obtained and fake “evidence” through the FISA court? It could never proceed anyway.

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            • Lizzyp says:

              I get the sense that actual charges and prosecutions are not the intended goal for the Dems. The Mueller Investigation only needs to make Team Trump look bad. The more dirt they can imply, infer or manufacture the better, particularly going into the mid-terms. It is massive state sponsored character assassination slime fest. If the Dems can use it to pick up some seats – that’s what matters. Years from now the prosecutions will be a footnote or a punchline, but the Epic Trump Russia Collusion Investigation that lasted for YEARS will be a legend.

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              • rmnewt says:

                Right on, Info war targets perceptions. They are just putting a cloud over Trump and the administration in an attempt to delay and diminish the conservative cause in order to regain power.

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      • Little Annie’s Fannie says:

        Just wondering—if the government shuts down does that include funding to Mueller’s KK group?

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      • Terry Bement says:

        Mueller will be indited before he finishes his investigation, and will be at Gitmo for the rest of his life.

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    • Hank says:

      IDK if you used fast and furious intentionally or not but Horowitz is the same IG that investigated the fast and furious scandal and was burned. He referred 17 indivudals for indightment and it went no where in the Holder farce of a DOJ.

      Here is the juicy bit. A reporter, maybe Byron York or Sarah Carter, mentioned last week that IGs can go to the justice department or to the district atourney general directly, bypassing the main office in DC. It seems possible that Horowitz has done just that and may be or already has prepared indightments through the regional offices.

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      • lastinillinois says:

        I did not use that intentionally,
        Blind luck.

        I had read that the many sealed indictments were probably spread out regionally because they had to do with illegal aliens throughout the country – but I LIKE what you suggest !!!

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      • Josco says:

        I can see why Horowitz wouldn’t have followed up with Obama crowd in office but seems he’d be THAT much more motivated to take the same criminals now.

        Knowing that, I’d expect some of the guilty to get ahead of their guilty brethren

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      • Terry Bement says:

        I G Horowitz is a hero, he knows Trump is serious and is helping him every way he can. I blieve he is the one who got Nunes on the right track to finding all the B S going on, and has Nunes on speed dial for ALL Nunes info. He has a cross to burn on obama, and getting even NOW. There will be MANY MANY sitting at gitmo, and ALL of them will be answering to a military tribunal, and that means military who are partial to Trump. And these idiots though they could beat Trump. Guess they mistook him for a fool.

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    • The Raven says:

      It looks as if the DHS report on voter fraud will drop about the same time the IG’s report comes out.

      Three sitting Dem Senators may lose their seats by what will be exposed.

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    • grandmaintexas says:

      I believe some time near the end of the year, PDJT said the Mueller investigation would be wrapping up in a few weeks.

      That has not happened. I’m wondering about it now. Don’t know what to think.

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    • Terry Bement says:

      Muller best finish up SOON, his inditement is already written up, just waiting for the DOJ/IG report to come out, hopefully in March.

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  5. Pam says:

    Greg Jarrett and Sarah Carter earlier on Hannity

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  6. zorrorides says:

    Are there twenty-odd persons who are to answer these questions?

    Is this the tipping point when The Big Ugly begins, or is this more investigation, still building the cases for prosecution?

    Mr Trump, tear down this castle of the evil cabal establishment.

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  7. NoJuan Importante says:

    I have to assume there is already an FBI investigation on all of these issues and that is the reason he is not getting the kind of cooperation he needs-because it impinges on a presently existing investigation. It just doesn’t make any sense that no one is pursuing any of this besides this committee. If our FBI really isn’t interested, well, I just can’t comprehend that. If that were true, well, I just can’t think about that.

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    • NC PATRIOT says:

      I can’t believe Horowitz isn’t looking into this either,

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    • WhistlingPast says:

      And that is exactly what stops most people cold. A world view that just cannot imagine or accept the depth of the corruption and the evil that exists.
      Yet we are told,
      “The whole world lies in the evil one” I John 5:18b

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      • kiskiminetas says:

        hat is not 1 John 5:18b. It is 1 John 5:19. The world since the fall is under the influence of the evil one. We are at this place with our country and the whole world itself because of how Satan and his minions “seek to control” the minds and hearts of humans. But having said that remember Satan does not own this world. God is the One who owns it. The very fact that the deep state is starting to be dismantled is confirmation that God is in control.

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  8. Margaret Berger says:

    Mueller has no safe space to go. He needs to drag this out so that by the time uranium one is investigated he can say it is retaliation and obstruction to stop his investigation.

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  9. Margaret Berger says:

    I am hoping that if Flynn gets his case thrown out maybe mueller and company can be thrown out too.

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  10. Kaco says:

    I hope something happens soon, waiting for the IG report. I’m sick of these nitwits on the forums, in an argument with some victim of propaganda on that Wired article linked to on the facebook post.

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  11. deplorabledooku says:

    Seeing the lovely Nellie Ohr’s picture above reminds me to share with you the item that she along with Soros are behind the “march for our lives” march in D.C. that is being touted as an organic student protest against guns. These people (leftists) are really stupid.

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  12. John says:

    Guess those 20 people that got a letter should be careful about coordinating their responses. Never know who is. tapping phones and unmasking communciations. And I’m pretty sure they didn’t need a fake dossier to get a warrant.

    Sucks to be you. Trump has already called them out…

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    • Thomas_Pain-1961 says:

      These 20 will have to travel long and fast to talk to each other to get their stories straight as all their electronic communications are likely monitored.

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      • nimrodman says:

        Perhaps there’ll be a spike in ham radio permit applications, if anyone’s monitoring those.

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        • steph_gray says:

          Given their history, why would any of them bother to get a permit? (Unless the system has some way of shutting them off automatically if they don’t – I am ignorant of that technology.)

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          • Mr. T. says:

            Steph_gray, there isn’t a way to stop someone from illegally transmitting on Ham bands. However, many licensed Hams are quite skilled at tracking an illegal operator’s transmissions, right down to the location from where the illegal radio transmissions are coming from. They will report illegal operators to the FCC, and the FCC will then bring about an enforcement action, including going to the building where the illegal transmissions are coming from and confiscating the equipment.

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    • beach lover says:

      Let the paranoia begin!

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  13. RH says:

    Has anyone gone to jail yet?

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    • Rooster says:

      That’s what I say. I will believe in law and order again when I see law and order. Until then, it’s all B.S. We have a DOJ headed by Jeff Sessions and he is worthless and does nothing. A useless little rat.

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      • brh82 says:

        Ut! Oh! Rooster, Just in the past 24 hours I read a long list of the “matters” he’s working on and it’s apparent he hasn’t been sleeping or sloughing off. Sorry I don’t have a link but I read it among the Thomas Wictor crowd. The writer might have been Q Anon. Whatever, I was massively cheered to think there really will be people imprisoned.

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  14. Nobody ever gets fired, they get moved, or demoted.
    I want to see these traitors in leg (or canckle) irons shuffling off with fear on their faces.I want their lives ruined, their partners in crime squealing like the pigs they are.They tried to ruin my country. The country my forefathers fought, bled, and died for. I want examples set.

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  15. History Teaches says:

    More theater. Or another version of the swamp tango. Unless there are actual penalties that bring hardship and suffering to the ringleaders, the dance will continue ad infinitum. As long as Mueller can counter progress with his guerilla warfare, this will all be ignored or dismissed. And as long as the MSM keep the charade going, much of America will never grasp the depth and degree of treason.

    If a tree falls and no one hears it, did it really fall? Mueller currently has the status and power to sabotage any narrative that points to the truth. He and his team have been given carte blanche to destroy the legitimacy of the presidency. What spell of insanity took hold to allow this parasite to invade the body a d soul of the country?

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    • Kaco says:

      A point was made tonight on Fox that Mueller’s indictment of the Russian naitonals had nothing to do with Trump Russia collusion, so he could technically indict the DNC/Clinton/FBI, etc. collusion with the Russians for the phony dossier and spying/unmasking, etc. But he won’t.

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      • Abdul Abulbul Amir says:

        I don’t think we know that yet.

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      • boot says:

        Rosenstein’s letter appointing Mueller as SC required a full and thorough investigation of the Russian Government’s efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election. This investigation is to Include any links and/or coordination between the Russian Government and individuals associated with the campaign of PDJT.

        i.e. the investigation has always been to cover all aspects of alleged Russian interference and is not limited solely to links/coordination of the Russians with PDJT’s campaign individuals. Therefore Mueller’s overall jurisdiction would cover all Russian efforts to affect the election and, if those efforts included the Russian Government’s involvement in the DNC/HRC dossier, then Mueller has the duty to fully and thoroughly investigate. (An SC can be removed from office for dereliction of duty therefore perhaps Mueller is at risk of removal if he does not investigate the DNC/HRC dossier stuff).

        Also Mueller’s investigation must include a full and thorough investigation of the DNC and Podesta email hacking because of the previous allegations that the hacking was undertaken by the Russians. So far there appear to have been no leaks that Mueller is covering this aspect.

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        • Kaco says:

          Well, it’s staring at him in the face, he cannot be ignorant of what the committees have come up with. So he’s standing there looking like a dumba__. And so the liberal lunatics see no indictments= zero guilt.

          I even see this by Lefties about Benghazi- Hillary was not found guilty so, no guilt. In fact, they derisively say, oh, Benghazi again and treat it like a joke.

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        • beach lover says:

          I don’t think he is going down that avenue, or we would surely be hearing of something, someone that has been indicted. All the ones so far are peripheral to Trump. And he is trying like mad to close in on Kushner and any of the Trump’s financials. He knows he can dig around long enough to find pony hair somewhere in that pile he is working in.

          But thats fine with me. I don’t want him in the middle of any of this or it may inhibit the truth from coming out. He would sacrifice a few in the FBI, or Simpson and Steele, but never get to the meat of the true criminals.. his buddy Comey, Hillary, Brennan, clapper, Rice, and the daddy of them all… Obama.

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        • Little Annie’s Fannie says:

          Failure to investigate Demo involvement should be grounds for removal!

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    • brh82 says:

      Why wasn’t Mueller shut down for Conflict of Interest at the start? I would rather Nunes be working on that and forget the rest, for the immediate future.

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  16. shortgut says:

    Exactly…like usual, nothing will likely happen, they’ll all get off and get jobs schlepping their plastic opinions on television and another communist (or that cartoon character Romney) will be elected after they finish with this Trump intermission…sorry, just tired if the same outcome to the blatent destruction of everything we have remaining.
    Next will likely be the “devastating” IG report that will be eventually forgotten, or a major disappointment, only to become talking points from “conservatives ” later on when we’re all bitching about Pelosi being Speaker again…ugh!

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  17. Thomas_Pain-1961 says:

    That latest letter from Nunes was sweet and has raised my spirits. To quote a great sailor man; “Hug gug gug gug gug.”

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  18. Beigun says:

    Clapper is on CNN tonight claiming POTUS is “derelict in his duties” regarding Russian meddling and that America is “at peril.” Clapper, a Restricted Line Officer, is forbidden by military law to assume any operational command, but he defies the Commander in Chief in public.

    Now hear this, now hear this:

    From: SECDEF
    To: General Clapper
    Subj: Recall to Active Duty

    1. You are hearby returned to active duty effective immediately.
    2. Report to William & Mary University for ethics training by Prof. Jim Comey.
    3. Remain as a student under temporary duty until directed for further orders to Camp Leavenworth.

    SECDEF

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  19. honestyoz says:

    Everyone goes free if Obama goes down. Just let that sink in. Prisoners Dilemma suggests 20+ people lieing and coordinating with all the risks to save Barry is highly unlikely. They are chumping at the bit to finger Barry.

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    • Bakokitty says:

      I don’t want anyone including the Manchurian candidate Barry Sotero aka Obama going free. We have had traitors to this nation before and they were rightfully punished accordingly. The rule of law, the existence of our country depend on truth, not made up,lies by those subverting our laws. So let them all hang on the ropes they cast out against those they would with lies destroy.

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      • Rooster says:

        That’s not going to happen, these are liberal democrats protecting thier anointed one and they are not like republicans. Who will flip on you in a heartbeat. Obama must be protected at all cost.

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        • Bakokitty says:

          Well, I pray that the evil going on will be
          exposed, and these liberals will be shocked when it happens. I disagree, they didn’t think Trump would win the election either. There are higher powers in play. Trust.

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  20. God bless House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes and Tucker Carlson with wisdom, favor and good health.

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  21. Ross says:

    I see there is a petition with 600,000 signatories on it demanding Nunes be removed from his position on the Committee.
    These guys are getting frantic. Keep up the great work Chairman Nunes !!!

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/02/left-hits-panic-button-petition-600k-signatures-remove-nunes-house-intel-committee-delivered-speaker-ryans-office/

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    • brh82 says:

      Have you seen any other Petition addressed with some resolution? I stopped signing any, they are so useless!

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    • simicharmed says:

      Anybody on the planet Earth with internet access can “sign” that snowflake-pacifier-petition. Millions of US Citizens data has been compromised via hundreds of companies who failed to protect it. My spam folder has received thank you emails from these scam petition websites….places I have never visited nor ever “signed” a petition

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      • grandmaintexas says:

        Exactly. I’ve had a gmail account DELETED without any action or knowledge on my part.

        I had Twitter freeze my account until I provided a phone number. This was back during the election season. Apparently they are doing that again. I got off Twitter months ago.

        We are so thoroughly compromised. Imagine what our President is having to deal with.

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    • Lizzyp says:

      They mis-spelled Adam Schiff.

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  22. Realist says:

    All the DemoncRATS and the RINO’s are scrabbling desperately to try to protect Bath House Barry HUSSEIN Soetero OHOMO to whom all roads lead . Oh and VIETNAM TRAITOR John McCain is up to his neck in it too.

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  23. Realist says:

    Anyone like me wondering what happened to the ‘OH SO VITALLY IMPORTANT’ DemoncRAT MEMO it seems to have disappeared in a puff of smoke

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  24. rmnewt says:

    Nunes’ most interesting comment: “Showdown between Legislative Branch and Executive Branch.”
    Hell, the Republicans control both. Of the two, with Trump’s authority we’d expect the Executive to lead the way. Unfortunately, he’s picked some real Black Hats (Rosenstein) and passive/incompetent people (Sessions) for key positions.
    The sooner Trump cleans out those losers in his organization the better. Its not as though there aren’t many great people of integrity from outside the swamp that can do the job.
    “Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer.” Maybe Trump can turn some swamp creatures and the drama compels sweeping change. Time will tell.

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  25. Zippy says:

    How to play a corrupt system against itself without really trying:

    https://www.conservativereview.com/articles/wtf-msm-nonstop-media-coverage-46k-russian-facebook-ads/

    Excerpt:

    Andrey Zakharov, one of two Russian journalists who wrote an extensive report on Russian operations surrounding the 2016 elections, told the Washington Post that the entire “American department was like 90 people.” Zakharov added, “Russian conservatives were proud. They said: ‘Look at what Russians can do! Only 90 people with $2 million made America scared!’”

    Is that really what the nonstop media coverage over the last year has been about? Ninety Russian trolls with a $2 million budget have sent the American public into a frenzy and pitted neighbor against neighbor and family member against family member? That means $2 million in an election that saw a total of $2.4 billion spent on the presidential races – 0.083 percent of the total – has caused all this and spawned a criminal investigation. If the Russians really wanted to sow discord, the cost of that discord was astonishingly low.

    The media has played along … Not only was the cost to sow discord miniscule, U.S. media networks like CNN and MSNBC have jumped right on board the Russian propaganda train. After the election, the Russian trolls set up a series of anti-Trump rallies across the United States. NewsBusters has the story of how CNN and MSNBC promoted these Russian propaganda efforts with extensive coverage.

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    • Orygun says:

      “U.S. media networks.” That is the problem. The propagandists are being controlled and used by an anti-American group that has little to do with the real news. Take a stroll around other “western countries” websites and you see the same spun stories all over the world.
      It amounts to .0001% of the population controlling the media and generating legislation based on the false narrative.

      Exactly what occurred with the FISA warrant in a nutshell. A small group controlling a giant organization and as usual is going to continue on until the U.S. doesn’t exist anymore.

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  26. Doc Moore says:

    It seems likely to me, after this much time, and the evident likelihood that several of the players, like Strzuk, Page, McCabe,Preistep, and several others have struck deals and have ratted on everyone they know, very likely that Nunes already has sworn testimony to the answers of all the questions he is asking. If so, and I deeply hope I am right, this is an obvious setup, and ALL of the memo recipients will see that coming. If so, we will see very defensive maneuvers as they all scurry about covering their own asses. In the course of doing that, they will be surveilled…and they know that.

    Meaning, most likely, more deals will be cut by many or all of the 20, and more statements under oath will uncover more crimes as they try to avoid, or minimize, their prison time. Where does it all lead?

    The most obvious primary targets are the Clintons, Obama, and perhaps a few very important names that we are not so familiar with. Look at those who hate Trump the most to start making your “most wanted” list.

    Did you ever stop to think about how many people are likely to be guilty of criminal offenses in all this? It seems possible that if the DOJ actually wanted to, they could end up jailing hundreds. If and only if the many convoluted trails of evidence justify it, I hope we see that happen.

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    • mimbler says:

      Personally, I don’t think anyone is scurrying to make a deal, because they have decades of evidence that no one will actually be prosecuted.

      Now -maybe- things are different now. But until someone is charged with something, I think they see this as just more theater. And they might be right,

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      • Mark McQueen says:

        It would be interesting to list some of the higher profile prosecutions that were thwarted by Presidential pardons. Cap Weinberger (and 5 others) were pardoned by GHWB. In Weinberger’s case the DAY BEFORE his trial was to begin. Nixon was pardoned by Ford. Anyway things ARE different because I doubt Trump will be issuing any pardons to these rats.

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  27. 4harrisonblog says:

    I smell the blood of the son of an English subject, his name is Obama.

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    • yy4u says:

      Obama will never face any penalty. Nor will Hillary, Comey or any highly placed member of the governance.

      There’s no way they will allow it to be known that we’re no better than a Banana Republic.

      They’ll especially protect the first AA president. The blacks have waited too long for this. We’d have a civil war if Obama were held accountable (Hillary not so much).

      What we have to accept is we are not a country governed by the rule of law. There are laws for us and there are laws for those who claw their way into the upper levels of government power.

      The “government” including those on “our” side will never allow the majority of the people to know for sure that our IRS, FBI, DOJ, CIA was totally corrupted.

      What they’ll do is convince themselves that it won’t happen again. That they’ll “fix” the problem by hanging (figuratively speaking) a few “rogue” agents. They might even put Strzok or Page or Ohr in jail. Sort of like how Ken Starr protected the Clintons while putting a few underlings in the slammer (MacDougal, Hubbell). No way would Starr have been believed that there’s “nothing there” so he tossed a few bones to the people.

      This situation is like a diet. Have you ever dieted? You sit down and eat a half a cake at a sitting. Or a bag of cookies and a gallon of ice cream. You ffeel awful. Then you tell yourself that you’ll polish off the rest of the cake and start your diet tomorrow never to fall into dietary sin again. That’s what “they” will do. Get rid of the rogues and swear to never bring another cake into the house.

      The best we can hope for is that Strzok or Page or McCabe or Ohr will be punished and that will send a message that they can’t do this again. But, of course, it won’t, because the rotting head of the fish (Comey et al) got away with it.

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      • Doc Moore says:

        I understand your cynicism and doubt. In our lifetimes we’ve grown so accustomed to obvious coverups and corruption in our government that we cannot really imagine things changing. I voted for Trump partly because he has had his eye on this office for 30 years or more. He has had the resources and personal positioning to literally party with a lot of these people and learn very much about their games and perhaps weaknesses. He is a smart, shrewd, and somewhat ruthless man. He hates losing. And, he of the people we’ve seen run, in my lifetime, could be far enough above the muck to actually start wiping it out. He’s a different guy. The rules have changed…and while you may be exactly right, the signals I am seeing suggest that the “storm really is coming”. we all can only hope so…, and it seems that we must have that answered before the Midterm elections.

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  28. TomA says:

    I think the correct terminology for this act is that Nunes is setting a trap. It is very likely that NSA has already provided IG Horowitz with documentary evidence of the collusion of Obama officials with the Trump Operation by Fusion GPS. Should they respond to these letters falsely, they will be digging their own graves.

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  29. positron1352 says:

    yy4u: Do you really think Trump will allow that to happen? I don’t think he has gone through all of this just to have it be theater. He strikes me as a person who wants this thing cleaned up and I think that he is a man of his word. He has spent a lot of time tweeting what he wants to have happen.

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    • yy4u says:

      positroni1352 — I think POTUS loves this country. Look at what he’s gone through for the United States, the abuse he’s taken and will continue to take. I think he’ll settle for cleaning out the stable and not try to take revenge on Obama and Hillary. He signaled that at his acceptance speech. So long as he can FIX a problem I don’t think he’ll put the country through the agony of trying a previous president, first lady/sen/sec state. Just my thoughts. I have no inside knowledge. Personally, I’d want them all in the slammer for the rest of their lives and think that’s where they belong. But I also think that sometimes someone in POTUS’s position has to look at the big picture. Making sure Obama and Clinton, Comey et al can do no more damage than they’ve already done might be the best we can hope for.

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      • Doc Moore says:

        I think that several people, Obama, Hillary, others have tired to damage Trump… mean seriously damage him financially and have succeeded in some ways. Consider the cost of defending against those many idiotic lawsuits against him by their ilk. Obama has smirked his nasty little smile while calling Trump names at public events. Moreover, seems to me, not only are all those folks criminals and richly deserve the full force of the law to preserve the integrity of our nation, they have also pissed off the wrong billionaire. If he can bring them to justice, I’m betting he will.

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