Chairman Devin Nunes Interview Discussing Democrat Memo…

Catching up on earlier interviews, Devin Nunes appeared this morning on Fox News morning to discuss the release of Adam Schiff’s minority memo to defend FISA abuse.

Chairman Nunes reminds everyone of two key points: #1) the FBI and DOJ have to own up to what happened, regardless of consequence, and then commit to structural reform; and #2) the vast majority of U.S. media participated in the conspiracy through their participation with the Clinton-Steele Dossier and promotion of leaks from ideologues within the intelligence community. Therefore the same media cannot be expected to expose the corruption they helped create.

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116 Responses to Chairman Devin Nunes Interview Discussing Democrat Memo…

  1. FofBW says:

    Love how he calls out the media as well.

    Liked by 22 people

    • farmhand1927 says:

      Unfortunately for law and order and equal application of justice under that law, Rep. Nunes’ two key points probably will never be acted upon. We, Average Americans are skeptical that the FBI/DOJ will give up their own, no matter the consequence.

      Too many of them still see this Presidency as inconsequential in their grand scheme to run the country according to the gospel of their saint, Obama. In their minds, the MAGA movement is a very temporary, albeit annoying, distraction. There are fools they must suffer but they are confident theism too, and more will pass. They have learned by first hand experience that with the media pulling the load, any adversity can be overcome. They’ve seen that an Attorney General can lie under oath with no consequence and another can collude on a tarmac. For appearances sake, they know a gentle Swamp-slap on the wrist is pretty much the worst of it.

      The media owning up to their part in all of this? Never in this lifetime will the self-appointed Fourth Branch of the Federal Govt admit anything that remotely resembles ownership in being part of the most comprehensive scam of the American people in our history.

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      • Rodney Weed says:

        It’s funny that FOX ran out of time for the interview as soon as the “media” was brought up. Suppose that the hosts heard something in their earpieces that were telling them that we (FOX) do not want to go down this road?

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      • pyromancer76 says:

        Farmhand 2927, you are much too negative. All your negativities belong to a marxist (unqualified) pretender at the presidency for 8 years and both marxist and NewWorldOrder presidents for an additional 20 years preceding. Sheesh! Give all of us Monster Voters a break. You are way too impatient.

        We Trumpsters can identify the corporate ownership of the press that is colluding with those who have chosen to subvert American freedom and representative principles. Please use your good mind for purposes other than pessimism and “giving in.” We can refuse them our business. We can help identify laws that will put some of their hired propagandists in jail. We can work to strengthen libel laws.

        If Donald Trump had taken a look around and said that “this” current power structure is too much, everyone has learned that they can get away with every lie and every illegality that they wish so no one can do anything about it, we would not have this Presidency,

        Americans definitely need a real press. No corporate owners are willing to provide that as yet. They believe that the globalist elites are still in charge and that their avant garde troops, the willing and passionate marxist schemers (including school shooters?), remain well funded.

        Following the money is key, I think, for us, as well as following the investigations and supporting them and finding and supporting good candidates for the next election.

        AG Sessions and all other department heads are shutting down the gazillion $$$ slush funds from our taxpayer dollars going to leftist causes.

        The DNC is broke. That would be great except….Unfortunately, Ex-Pres O and George Soros have piled up money to be the opposition funding source. Pure marxist control. Foreign funding must be stopped in all elections. No more state AGs elected with Soros backing.

        How can we do this? I hope Treepers will use their brains rather than wail that the sky has fallen. Did Sundance give up after the Travon Martin travesty of sanity and justice that he laid out so perfectly?

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      • FofBW says:

        Then it really all comes down to God’s plan dosen’t it? What you say farmhand may come to pass, but men’s plans are inconsequential and temporary to God’s. In his time, not ours.

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      • Jedi9 says:

        Well if that is the summation to accurately play out in the future, then we can expect things get much worse for the country as a whole. When a nation in its founding created principles such as equal treatment under the law for every citizen including public servants is subverted by ideologues who infiltrate the highest levels of government with Marxist leanings to favour class societies of secularism then the house of cards they create will eventually succumb to rise of cultural insurrection. It is and it should never be “what’s good for the is not necessarily good for me” doctrine that the elite class will rule with an iron fist covered in a velvet glove.
        The rule of law needs to be reintroduced, here and now or else it will cease to exist now and forever. The moment of truth is upon us in which will reveal which way it will be. Are we going to be a nation with laws that upholds the tenets of the constitution that protects equal rights and treatment for its citizens? Or are we going to be a nation that punishes the meek, the just, the law abiding citizens while their leaders rob the coffers of the treasury and subvert the law to their own whims where ever they see fit to benefit themselves? It’s quite simple, never before in our history have we been met at such a crossroad where we stare into the abyss contemplating which road we will take. That moment is now!

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      • Cisco says:

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      • Cisco says:

        🇺🇸👍🇺🇸
        Well written.

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  2. Streak 264 says:

    Locking people up would be the proper reform!

    Liked by 11 people

    • Mickturn says:

      Agree 1000%! If those that did illegal acts get away with it everything goes bad! IF they go to PRISON their supporters will run and hide because they know they may be next!

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  3. Batman says:

    Holy Batman,
    Nunes just called out the media as co- conspirators. Major sunlight on what we all have known for years.

    Liked by 24 people

  4. josco scott says:

    Music to my ears on both accounts, especially media.

    Still funny how media ignored Schiff memo. Was Schiff not even on any shows this morning? That’s a first.

    Liked by 7 people

  5. starfcker says:

    Where is the Justice Department? I understand a lot of reasons for building a case, etc, but at the same time the silence from the Justice Department just drives me nuts. At some point, the fur needs to fly.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Judy W says:

      Starfeker, patience is not my strongest suit either but it is a bigger job than either of us can likely imagine. I look for bits of light into the “silence”. Here is one:

      Liked by 4 people

    • MustangBlues says:

      The wheel of justice grinds slowly.

      Patience is a virtue, now you know why.

      Liked by 3 people

    • NoJuan Importante says:

      I’m sure its taking time to staff up with someone besides the Che Guevera types that have been the only thing hired at FBI and DOJ the last 8 years. Good investigators are probably hard to find. What they probably need to do is open up some temporary slots for retirees.

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  6. wolfmoon1776 says:

    I cannot stand the fact that I live in the same country as that LYING scumbag Adam Schiff. These people are HORRIFYING.

    Liked by 25 people

  7. steph_gray says:

    Has Nunes crossed anyone else’s mind as a possible MAGA successor to VSGPDJT in 2024?

    Just curious. He is a fighter. Love that. Very proud of him.

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    • fleporeblog says:

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      • fleporeblog says:

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        • rf121 says:

          He will eventually be done in CA as the commie take over continues. So a position in the administration would be a good move. Clearly on the right side, knows his stuff, and has a pair.

          Liked by 5 people

          • pyromancer76 says:

            Don’t give up. The commie takeover has been massively funded by federal sources (your tax dollars) as well as by laws that have not been enforced (Mexifornia for one). Take away the dollars and build that wall — a part is started in Calexico — and real Americans will have a chance again. Also get rid of an enemy university system, one that used to be among the greatest in the country – no more federal funding here as well.

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        • Fe says:

          Felice, I’ve noticed that cold anger in Nunes eyes. Our President also sports a pair of cold anger eyes. It’s easy to tell because you, myself and all the rest of us Treepers have the same eyes, cold anger. Stay frosty out there!

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        • TY Flep!
          How soon we forget that Nunes was on President Trump’s Transition Team.

          Watch for the Dems launch a massive campaign to oust him from Congress in 2018.

          Then watch for President Trump to appoint him to DOJ.

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    • Ackman420 says:

      I’ve noticed. The left can’t stand him and he is a straight shooter.

      Liked by 3 people

    • OmegaManBlue says:

      He may not be 100% what we want. But neither was Trump. The anger he has because what our government has done is real. I hope all the time he spends in Washington doesn’t change him like it has other politicians. The main problem he will have is in a general. Trump has shown us what it take to win. I don’t know if he will fight back that hard and he doesn’t have the money and name recognition.

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    • TreeClimber says:

      He’d have my vote, if it came to that.

      Liked by 3 people

    • kroesus says:

      while I like his courage under fire legislators make terrible administrators…..name one Senator or Representative who has done even a satisfactory job in an administration appointed or elected position

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    • daizeez says:

      Nunes doesn’t back down. While he refused to take all the credit for the work they’ve done, he is the only one that had to endure an ethics investigation because of it.

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    • Bruce Fauth says:

      Nunes with Mick Mulvaney. I’m sure Trump will have more shining stars come to the fore during his eight years. Might be tough to pick. And for the first time since Reagan it probably won’t be choosing the lesser of the evils.

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  8. fleporeblog says:

    This was an incredible article and a must read!

    Liked by 7 people

  9. I have a feeling that the Trump admin is now in full counter-attack mode and many Dem and Rep traitors are going to wind up being exposed.

    Glad to see that Nunes appears to be on the right side of things.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      Timing means a lot in politics with the 24/7 news cycle cable channels. It would advantageous for the white hats to perhaps hold off with the news of indictments until the news could be unleashed for maximum effect. The first screams of those charged will be claims of political persecution, etc. How ironic.

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  10. mari says:

    He’s a true American hero.

    Liked by 4 people

  11. konradwp1 says:

    Something Nunes let slip caught my ear.

    He referred to the anti-Trump plotters colluding with the Russians and the “Brits”. Steele was ex MI6, hardly “The Brits”. Was Nunes perhaps referring to GCHQ surveillance of Trump Tower? Have they worked it out yet?

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    • JK says:

      Of course. The Brits are also deep in this doo-doo along with Obama. Steele and MI-6, Hannigan and GCHQ, David Cameron, Boris Johnson, Theresa May. I hope Prez. Trump gives the Brits a cold dose of what it means to undermine a US President. For starters, no presidential visit.

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  12. fred5678 says:

    Cage match 2018:

    Determined, principled farmer with Masters in Agriculture from Cal Poly (locally nicknamed Cow Poly) versus a mere weasel with a Stanford BA and Harvard Law degree..

    No contest. Truth always wins out in the end.

    Liked by 3 people

    • arete55 says:

      It is certainly starting to be revealed which schools have been inculcating Ethics in their curriculum….Harvard Law ( among many others) is taking a real beating of late.

      Devin Nunes has heroically embraced his opportunity to serve…. with meritorious distinction.

      Clear talking, fearless, and charmingly modest…..

      He is MAGA

      Liked by 4 people

    • NJ Transplant says:

      Devin Nunes comes from a farming district. My husband has been reading a lot about he drought issues. California has diverted water from the farming areas to the cities because they are so overcrowded with illegal aliens. Citrus trees are being destroyed because they are drying up. He told me about that when I noticed that the tomatoes I had just bought cost double of what they were a few months ago.

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      • Little Annie’s Fannie says:

        If the Dem’s keep resisting the Immigration bill it will be a moot point. Sanctuary state or not, deportations will begin. If they want to secede and become their own country, we can take Nunes before the debacle begins!! Let them have Schiff (our contribution of nothingness to the new “country”!!!!

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  13. Lizzyp says:

    I have asked this before, but I can’t seem to find any answers anywhere and it feels like it would be relevant to know more about the denied FISA request from June/ July. From what i’ve seen and heard, it looks an awful lot like DOJ requested a warrant that was denied, and then the dossier suddenly shows up that gave them grounds to apply for a warrant that was approved. Am I caught up in the minutia, or is this something others wonder about as well?

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    • Andy says:

      I believe the dossier began showing up in June 2016. The first application for a FISA warrant was submitted to the court in July 2016. It sought surveillance on 4 subjects. The Court refused to grant the warrant and told DOJ to “narrow it down.” The DOJ returned with another application in September 2016 seeking surveillance only on Carter Page, and the Court issued the warrant..

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      • lizzyp says:

        I guess what I wonder is whether Page was one of the four subjects initially requested, or if they pulled him out of the hat because of his convenient Russian connections? Why were the other 3-4 people suddenly no longer of interest? Or were they, and are there more warrants out there that we don’t know about? And was the initial warrant request under Title 7 or Title 1? If 7, was the shift to Title 1 a way to backdoor into surveillance on the initial targets as ‘contacts’ of Page?

        I have so many questions!

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        • Little Annie’s Fannie says:

          All they actually had to be was in contact with Page. The warrant allowed a two-hop so basically it gave DOJ/FBI free reign to spy on the entire campaign!

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    • NJ Transplant says:

      I’m with you on this Lizzyp. Read “All Out War” by Edward Klein. He explains all about the July 2016 warrant. His source is a retired FISC judge. The July 2016 warrant was obviously to spy on Trump. It was rejected. They pulled out the dossier and focused on their friend Carter Page because they knew a warrant targeting Trump would be denied.

      I believe Carter Page, being a former FBI informant, was a plant into the Trump campaign. I also believe Papadapolous was a plant. All Papadapolous did was to try to get the Trump campaign to meet with the Russians. P also knew about the hacking of the DNC computer which probably was not by the Russians. If it was, the DNC would have let the FBI look at it. Page and Papadapolous emailed each other about Russia. Schiff and the others all use Papadapolous as the reason for the FBI warrant, not the dossier (which was probably written by at least Nellie Ohr).

      Now, it is finally coming out about the CP and FBI connection. Judge Jeannine had John Solomon of the Hill on and he spoke about it.

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      • lizzyp says:

        Thank you for making me feel less crazy! It seems like many of the things that get stuck in my mind as questions don’t get answered, so I wonder if I’m missing the obvious and everyone already knows the answer.

        I’ll check out the Klein thing!

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  14. “Lawyers for DNC Argue ‘Primary Rigging’ is Protected by First Amendment”

    Reptillary cheating Bean Brain Bernie case in Florida….at ZeroHedge.com

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      Party Bylaws must follow American representational Constitutional principles first. If they don’t, the party must disband. If Party Bylaws are violated (DNC massively violated in 2008), the perpetrators should have big fines and long jail sentences. Our parties must become American again. Oh, say, what about the apparently now legal communist party? Goodbye.

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    • Doppler says:

      Seems like a fair basis for Republicans and independents to campaign on: the Democratic Party leadership is so corrupt that they even argue in court that their corruption is protected by the 1st Amendment. (But that argument won’t extend to their corrupting of the DOJ & FBI.). And Why do Democrats support a corrupt organization, when the corrupting money tends to flow from globalist billionaires, who do NOT have their interests in mind? Why do African Americans and Native Americans support Democratic candidates whose funding comes from globalist billionaires and whose top priority is sanctuary for illegal aliens flooding the country seeking low pay jobs, when those jobs should go to our own teenagers as starter jobs? Why do Democrats hate so much the idea of America being great again, when it means full employment for every American?

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  15. “Every normal man must be tempted, at times, to spit upon his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin slitting throats”

    ~H.L. Mencken~

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  16. Rynn69 says:

    If you tell the truth, you don’t have to remember anything – Mark Twain

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  17. Charlotte says:

    This Promises to Be the Most Mind-Boggling, Earth-Shattering Interview with Dr. Jerome Corsi Ever!

    Liked by 2 people

  18. Charlotte says:

    BREAKING — Hacker Uncovers FBI Use of ‘stalkerware’ which can intercept Facebook messages, track GPS, and remotely activate phone microphones

    https://truepundit.com/hacker-uncovers-fbi-use-stalkerware-can-intercept-facebook-messages-track-gps-remotely-activate-phone-microphone/

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  19. springstreet says:

    I believe we are in for a rude awakening …. there will be no justice. In a 97% Never-Trump Washington DC courtroom, OJ verdicts will be handed down and all Democrats will walk. Yes, they will lose their current government jobs, but they will also effortlessly slide over into the MSM slime pit … waiting for their Holy Grail – the House’s impeachment of Donald Trump. I could be wrong, but don’t ever underestimate the corruption of the Cultural Marxist Democrats.

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    • Harleyd says:

      Spring, I fear you may be right.

      Notice how even many solidly MAGA supporters are now slowly and subtly “evolving” their narrative from “investigations, indictments, prosecutions and jail time” to “mistakes were made and we will do better going forward”. Ie., the standard weasel words of bureaucrats.

      Both Rep. Nunes (who I adore) and Rep. Ratcliffe (a usually reliable MAGA man) introduced this softer language into interviews this weekend.

      I fear we are being conditioned for the very outcome you describe.

      I will only change my mind if and when I see the first indictment of a senior Swamper. And don’t give me that drivel that investigations take a long time. Some do and some can be documented quickly (i.e., lying under oath to Congress or the FBI).

      We have got to begin putting points on the board or the mid terms will be at risk, impeachment will be front and center, the Trump agenda will be off the tracks and all meaningful investigations will either cease or lead to “we will do better in the future” outcomes (with full pensions and benefits at our expense).

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      • Harleyd says:

        And Rep. Nunes was just on Maria’s show discussing, among other things, the upcoming DOJ IG report.

        He was less than confident the report will be impactful. He cautioned us that the IG (who has been at this for over a year with 500 +/- staffers) was only looking at the Clinton email mess and could not touch any State Dept. related issues (i.e., Uranium 1).

        And the IG has no prosecutorial powers and must rely on the DOJ to pick up any referral and move forward. Don’t hold your breath for that. The DOJ prosecuting themselves?

        Once again, we are being conditioned for a disappointment.

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        • NC PATRIOT says:

          Sessions is waiting for the IG report but is gathering his OWN investigative material on leakers, likely on pedos, on uranium1 etc. Then indictments will start. (After more of the country becomes aware of the rot.) People are starting to wake up. talk radio, CTH, certain Fox and Fox Business people, P45’s tweets—–are making inroads around the fake news.

          I have to trust the good Lord—–and our VSSG PDJT !

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          • Mutton says:

            “Session’s…. is gathering his OWN investigation”
            Session’s is the one allowing the FBI to refuse to comply with Congressional directions to supply information. Session’s will allow the DoJ / FBI to essentially refuse to prosecute their own. Watch, my delusional friend.

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    • kaste668 says:

      I believe that God will dispense his judgment. We may not see earthly judgement but we will see divine judgement.
      Romans12:19 Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written, Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord.
      Isaiah 63:4 For the day of vengeance is in mine heart, and the year of my redeemed is come

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  20. Pat Frederick says:

    I’ve just begun reading The Federalist Papers and in FP #2 written by John Jay about the Congress of 1774 (emphasis mine) this comment struck a chord:
    …”that body recommended certain measures to their constituents. and the event proved their wisdom; yet it is fresh in our memories HOW SOON THE PRESS BEGAN TO TEEM WITH PAMPHLETS AND WEEKLY PAPERS AGAINST THESE VERY MEASURES.”

    (sigh) even back then the press was a problem…

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  21. frank field says:

    I earnestly desire interviewers to ask questions about sedition or treason or prosecutions. Or how many will be imprisoned or will Mueller be prosecuted for Uranium One. Or if Hillary and little O will take any serious heat.

    DRAIN IT

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  22. f.fernandez says:

    Sara Carter, Nunes, Rogers, Seth Rich, Sundance…..etc.

    List of people America owes a debt of gratitude to.

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    • JK says:

      Sundance high up on that list. The laying out of the conspiracy by Sundance and CTH, piece by piece, puzzle by puzzle, linking all the conspirators and their criminal actions all so that ordinary people can understand the full scope of the conspiracy, has been brilliant to put it mildly.

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  23. Charlotte says:

    Special Report
    Nellie Ohr: Woman in the Middle
    Is it a surprise to find a Stalin apologist at the center of the Steele dossier scandal?https://spectator.org/nellie-ohr-woman-in-the-middle/

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  24. Craig from Scotland says:

    Craig from Scotland says:
    February 26, 2018 at 2:07 am

    Reluctant to comment with regard to Schiff-4-brains [S4B] interview due to respect of US political issues but S4B discussed Christopher Steele [CS], a keystroke away from BS.

    Within CS written court filings in London, it is noted CS was KNOWINGLY retained to in-gather so-called Russian / Trump political dirt.
    Furthermore, CS has confirmed he was retained in relation to the DNC email ‘hack’.
    S4B claims CS is an amazing investigator but also suggests that CS could never work out who the end Client was in a two horse race ?

    —————————-

    http://www.fisc.uscourts.gov/public-filings

    Note the battle ground that is going on to publicly provide FISC applications with regard to Carter Page –
    ‘Supplemental Notice of the Public Release of Additional Declassified Information and Developments Further Supporting Publication of the Carter Page Surveillance Records’
    Wednesday, February 14, 2018

    In my view, S4B is very deliberately supporting FBI, DOJ et al at whatever cost to stop the public release of Page related FISC documents and information, for obvious political reasons.

    ***Deven Nunes has quite rightly stated abuse of process regardless of political affiliations, and due to the erroneous information & unlawful procedure, this must be made public.***

    Transparency is accountability.

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  25. History Teaches says:

    If there are no major convictions, then the world will never believe there was a major scandal.

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  26. Judiciary says:

    Congressman Nunes was also.on Maria Barteromo’s show where he noted that there was collusion but it was the Dems. He also noted that Fynn’s private conversation with the Russian ambassador was leaked to the MSM, a felony for which no one has been prosecuted.

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  27. Bugsdaddy says:

    Maybe I’m a little slow on the uptake, but why can’t the President “order” the release of the documents held by the Executive branch (DOJ, FBI, Intel, etc.)??

    I get that part of it falls into the “appearances” aspect of the political game, and I get that the separate branches (Congress) needs to work through things in a different manner…….
    I guess my frustration in all of this is that it is dragging on and on. the constant, no, I’m not going to show you this piece of paper BS. I know there is a lot going on behind the scenes, and I have no doubt that President Trump will push this to a just end………

    I’m just an old grunt that when told to charge the hill, sets my base of fire, and just goes, not wait around for a bunch of hooforall and pandering and placating. Maybe I just don’t get the chess match (always hated the game anyway!!!!). I can be patient when I know why…….I guess I just don’t understand the why, right now.

    Semper Fi and Thanks….

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    • NC PATRIOT says:

      Waiting for more of the citizenry to wake up—–“small bites”——(I’m an “old grunt” of the female variety, bugsdaddy,) but a good segment of the country, middle America, the ones reached by Rush,and Fox, needs to see that a coup was attempted on a sitting President by political opponents and top level corruption. Then they will be OK when the hammer drops.

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    • Mutton says:

      “but why can’t the President “order” the release of the documents held by the Executive branch (DOJ, FBI, Intel, etc.)??”

      No reason I know of. The order would go through Sessions. Maybe good ‘ol Jeff has flat out refused.

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  28. Zippy says:

    GREAT show today, especially from 29:13 onward about the OBVIOUS setup of the Trump team. The first half of the show is about how the Dem memo is actually a GIFT.

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  29. molonlabe28 says:

    I read Nunes’ point by point rebuttal and found it thorough and on the money.

    To me, the biggest story of the weekend is that Susan Rice, an Obama cabinet member, has lawyered up with respect to Grassley’s letter to her containing pointed questions regarding the dossier and FISA warrant.

    She has effectively taken the 5th.

    Plenty more will follow.

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  30. Mutton says:

    I don’t know.
    Think it’s all over really.
    SCOTUS has refused to intervene to enforce the many laws being broken by turning a blind eye to illegal aliens in the US.
    The only thing between us and our political controllers used to be SCOTUS.
    Not any more.

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    • H&HC, 2nd-16th says:

      We might be up the creek without a paddle but we’ve still got a chance to make it to shore.
      G-RORN (get rid of Rosenstein now) will turn the tide (or slow the current).

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    • NC PATRIOT says:

      They are WAITING for the lower courts to rule on these issues and then they will answer.

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  31. Donzo says:

    The rule of law has always been relative. When the prosecutors are corrupt, prosecutorial discretion is the ultimate insiders game to power.

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    • Mutton says:

      You se the terrifying problem.
      Even SCOTUS refuses to act to support the many laws being trashed by the presence of un-deported illegal aliens.
      How can anyone now respect any law he doesn’t like anymore?
      What do we say to the teenagers sneering at selective enforcement as dependant on current political fashions?

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