Chairman Devin Nunes Interview With Neil Cavuto…

House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes interview with Fox News Host Neil Cavuto to discuss the ongoing FISA abuse investigation.

Chairman Nunes highlights two key issues:  #1) The risk to the Democrats in having their use of a politically weaponized FBI and DOJ exposed; and #2) It is against the interests of the U.S. media to highlight the alarming investigative discoveries, because the media participated in pushing the narrative which aided the weaponization.

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268 Responses to Chairman Devin Nunes Interview With Neil Cavuto…

  1. Clinteastwood says:

    Wish Cavuto would shut it and let Nunes speak.

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    • litlbit2 says:

      Hannity’s brother? Must really think they are important. So glad I cut the cable, now go to the circus to watch clowns. Those at Barnum very talented.

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      • thedoc00 says:

        No not Hanity’s brother, more like the twin brother of Chris Wallace with a mouth that doesn’t know when to stop. His most intelligent line during an interview (repeated often) is “I don’t know”.

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      • MissX says:

        O’Reilly was always like that, too. Couldn’t stand to watch him for long, even though he sometimes did good work.

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      • Jedi9 says:

        It’s all about controlling the narrative! Media punditry 101!

        Still find these synchophants annoying!

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    • mcclainra says:

      Hannity & Levin are the same, and for that reason, I have quit listening to either of them. They also continue to interrupt.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        Mr. Levin did not do that (interrupt) on his new TV show when he had Prof. Walter Williams on for the entire hour last Sunday. He has specifically said the new FOX News show will NOT be like his radio or other pay TV show.

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        • gda says:

          I did enjoy that 1st show.

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        • Levin is doing an entire hour w/ Nunes on tomorrow nite’s show.If if he’s as good as he was w/Williams and lets him talk, Nunes will shine. Usually can’t stand listening to Levin more than 5 min, whether I agree w/him or not.

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          • Jedi9 says:

            Listening to Levin is as equally annoying as listening to a chihuahua bark! Yap! Yap!

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            • David A says:

              My two cents, Levine, Hannity, Lou Dobbs, Jeannie, Laura I, all come from a pretty good place and fight the swamp daily. Are they perfect? Well, “those of us to good for this world are adorning some other”

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        • sat0422 says:

          Prof. Walter Williams is brilliant and would make a great leader of blacks in the USA. He could lead them to the ‘promise land’ if they would just LISTEN and then act accordingly.
          However, when one has been brainwashed by progressive liberals who use them as common hand tools, there is no guarantee that American blacks with a corrupt mindset will ever acheive what is possible.
          Dumbed down from Kindergarten, lied to by church people who are racist, and linked to a political party that uses them and lies to them also and yet, they refuse to adopt behavior and become educated. Why? A few have broken away and that is a good thing.
          I’m afraid it will take more than integrated TV commercials for real change to come to the American black population. About all that promotes is comingled sexual relations.

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      • donnajeanz says:

        I have said it before and I say it again…” they love the sound of their own voice “. No radio for my 4th year, no cable for 5 years. I am happy as I can be, being here with all of you and Sundance. Common sense beats their, blah, blah, blah…

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      Rep. Nunes will have plenty of time to speak on Mark Levin’s new FNN show at 10 pm this Sunday. He has the whole hour to himself with Mr. Levin.

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    • Steve in Lewes says:

      Unfortunately Lou Dobbs is getting more and more like that as well.

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      • Turranos says:

        So true. Lou is headed the wrong way, when he could be really good.

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      • Ross says:

        Many of these media people should take lessons from Christine Tan on CNBC ( Managing Asia program). Asks intelligent questions and just lets the interviewee talk. Sometimes you almost forget she is there. But by asking the right questions she gets the information out to the viewing audience so easily.

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        • Jedi9 says:

          CNBC is only good in small doses! Asia programming is very much sterile and controlled!

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          • Ross says:

            I’m not talking about CNBC ,as such. There is a small discussion here about interviewing styles. All I’m saying is Christine Tan is an extremely good interviewer.

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      Yes. I wish he would put a Justin Trudeau sock in his mouth. Cavuto has bad manners. You’d think when he had heart surgery that the light would go, days for redemption are numbered, be your best self……Nope!

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      • brh82 says:

        Heart surgery seemed to flip Cavuto 100%. Such a shame because he is now so filled with hate for anything Conservative, he ceased being neutral enough to watch at all. His constant sneer is genuine!

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    • Orygun says:

      I can’t watch Cavuto. I value my tv too much. He is the south end of a north going mule.

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    • Really? He didn’t interrupt much at all, imo. Sometimes I think there are alternate universes.

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    • Rex70 says:

      Wow…a tenacious little bugger, when he wants to hold a good guy to the fire. I used to think Cavuto played it down the middle, but he is clearly one of Them. I haven’t watched him in years, only did so now since Sundance embedded the video, but am annoyed enough by his badgering condescension to not do so again. Annoying man.

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      • ladypenquin says:

        Same here. Thought he was one of the good guys, but once Obama was out of office Cavuto’s real colors began to show. Don’t watch him now. He is a NeverTrumper. His sneer never goes away.

        Despite Hannity and Levin’s flaws they’re on the side of Trump and us, which does make them different from the likes of Cavuto and Chris Wallace. It’s been good to see the FOX people unmasked. They had been able to hide behind their fluffy criticisms of Obama – all the while it’s clear they voted Democrat…

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    • LULU says:

      Amen.

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  2. Publius2016 says:

    Think about it: Nunes gets sidelined 6 months on Fake ethics charges and he’s the Chair, but Schifty leaks lies and does whatever the heck he wants and…crickets??? Where’s the Speaker???

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    • SouthCentralPA says:

      Too busy trying to figure out how to save NAFTA, apparently ….

      Liked by 23 people

    • ohnomrbill59 says:

      RAT Ryan is part of the problem.

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      • SW Richmond says:

        I have this really bad feeling we are being played. We are almost always being played anyway, so it’s probably an accurate feeling.

        “Yeah we’re really gonna get them this time.” “Ooooh, the Nunes memo!” “OOOh the 9000 sealed indictments!” “Sessions is investigating 27 leaks!” “Oooo, be patient, you only get to rip open Pandora’s box one time!”

        Every day that goes by is another chance for the narrative to (be) change(d) drastically, like when one day before 9/11 Rumsfeld told us there was $2.3 Trillion missing from the Pentagon. And then they passed the “PATRIOT Act”, a massive bill which had already been written and was waiting for an opportunity, and we lurched forward on our path towards turnkey totalitarianism. And no one was allowed to protest, because it would have been unpatriotic to do so. Remember? I do.

        They are going to do it again. They’ll do something even more massive than OKC or 9/11, and everyone will (be forced to) forget about leakers and Hillary and McCabe and Rosenstein and the Inspector General’s Report, and forget about Google and Facebook and Youtube censorship, the FBI will become our new heroes, and “shut up and send your money and your children, patriotic citizen” will once again become the order of the day. I have no faith anymore that there will be justice. There will only be more repression, more taxation, more looting, more violence, more cultural destruction. Does anyone truly doubt it? What do you think all of these balls which have been thrown in the air are for? Wars with Russia, China, North Korea, Syria and Iran. We’re going to have $Trillion + deficits forever, and meanwhile interest rates are going up deliberately (Fed). All of this is deliberate.

        I have seen this movie before, too many times. And decide in advance what you will do that day, because that day is coming. They are counting on your sitting home and holding your breath.

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        • Ad rem says:

          Pulled you out of the bin SW…. 😦

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          • Steve in Lewes says:

            …maybe you should have left him there!

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            • TomF says:

              Agreed
              Battered conservative syndrome.
              Apparently contagious.

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              • repsort says:

                Hi theory is just as plausible, and backed by history I’ll remind you, than any of the 5D chess “just wait, it’s coming, total victory is right around the corner” theories.

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            • DanO64 says:

              Perhaps.

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              • jeff montanye says:

                but sw r brings up a good point: while this epic crime spree didn’t start with 9-11, that’s when the turbo kicked in. the best president trump could do is methodically pick apart the election of ’16 and the associated investigatory, prosecutorial and clandestine crimes. let the chips fall where they may. try to get halfway fair juries, judges and prosecutors; the guilt is so wide and deep, some justice ought to prevail.

                and then, maybe using mueller as some kind of conduit or perhaps giving horowitz (if he supports the rule of law in his investigation) a different “investigation to investigate,” start pulling back the covers on 9-11. the dems will be caught between a rock (approving something trump does: going after criminal republicans) and a hard place (their reflexive, innate zionism and war mongering).

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                • B Woodward says:

                  Trump said he wants to investigate 9-11. He said “The original 9-11 investigation is a total mess… How do 2 planes take out 3 buildings?”

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          • El Torito says:

            Tragically

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          • lizzyp says:

            What does this mean? I’m a recent arrival around here and I’m still getting used to things.

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            • Deb says:

              Are you referring to Adrem’s comment? If so, it means that some comments automatically go to a moderation “bin,” and the moderators have to fish them out. Usually they will let people know in case they were wondering why their comment didn’t appear right away.

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          • oncefiredbrass says:

            Never put anything past the Swamp! Sundance keeps telling us Trillions are at stake! These people would have no problem doing a False Flag or even an Assassination attempt on POTUS. Of course, I think the latter will not invoke a patriotic response, it will probably start a civil war! I just wouldn’t dismiss SW, it all could happen the way he described!

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        • Frbrd says:

          I have the same “sinking” feeling. We’re being played,. I’ve been watching with great anticipation of someone being held responsible for all the lies and corruption being put in front of our faces. Months and months of grandiose news, “this is it”, “charges will be filed”, another special prosecutor, yada yada. This is all becoming a joke just as Mueller ‘s witch hunt is a joke. I’m really getting sick and tired of my hard earned money going to all these investigations which have been nothing less than a carnival act. Either put up, or shut up. At this point I’m not sure who to believe anymore. God bless our country and its great citizens. God be with our leaders and give them guidance, remove all division , may they let You guide them.

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          • jackphatz says:

            Yeah except I don’t know if ‘being played’ is the right term. We are so desperate to have a return to what we KNOW is right and honest, to have our lives return to a more normal existence. There are not enough ‘good guys’ with the right authority to make the necessary restart to order. I do know, all we’re hearing is this idiot, that jerk is being “looked into” or “being investigated”. A serious example of this BS is DWS and her ‘data guy’, Imran Awan. If we are being played, it is by our side I’m afraid because there are too many gelded GoPe’s in DC.

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        • LKA in LA says:

          SW, you know it is bad when we are grasping at what a poster named Q writes. Q gives clues and that is what we cling to because that is what we want to hear. Where is the IG report? Where? Just release what is already ready and restore order. Nope. Groundhog day.

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          • oncefiredbrass says:

            I agree everybody is grasping for straws trying to decode the “Q” stuff, we don’t even know who Q is. SW is right that the Black Hats embedded in Government would have no problem throwing some major False Flag out there to start some war that we all feel compelled to support because we feel we were attacked. This is where SW’s concept comes into play, the new story sucks all the oxygen and we forget about the Queen of Crime Sprees!

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          • dykalg says:

            Maybe the delay is caused by new leads like seth rich’s phones now available, his brother meeting the OIG and the OIG ordering the exploitation of seth’s computer. And then there is the burglary of the FBI agent’s car with the missing weapon. New leads into FBI malfeance, like murder… http://thegatewaypundit.com/2018/03/insider-ed-butowsky-seth-richs-father-told-knew-sons/

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        • gda says:

          You verbalize all our greatest secret fears.

          BUT:
          – go listen to the chapter on “Revenge” in Trump’s book
          – listen to Devin Nunes (and others)
          – listen to Chuck Grassley (and others)
          – remember that the Horowitz IG Report is due out this month(?)
          – look objectively at what is already out in the public view
          – listen to Sundance
          – know that more than 50% of the country now believe Clinton/Obama interfered in the 2016 election

          So, will Clinton/Obama be perp-walked? Probably not. But can this be swept under the rug? Probably not.

          Not while Donald Trump is still breathing.

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          • Frbrd says:

            I would love to have hope in your bullet points of optimism. However, I see special election seats going to Democrats and I see those who voted for President Trump losing faith and as soon as Breitbart or Fox news show the slightest of difference with President Trump’s policies, discussions or opinions, even the staunchest of supporters lose faith and begin to doubt his abilities. I see this administration teetering because all too often voters are dependent on news not results. We voted this man into our most prestigious office of THE PEOPLE. I have total faith and confidence that he has my best interests at heart, that he is working for me. I’m just not so sure most of the others in the nation who voted for him feel the same way.

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            • logger says:

              Maybe it’s … us. Maybe we’re not faithfully praying and calling and showing up as a force and talking with others, face to face. Maybe we’re absorbing news and working ourselves into a lather but not really doing anything meaningful. Fear not or if you can’t brush it off, be faithful and obedient. Maybe that’s what God is waiting for – not babies, but men and women.

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          • oncefiredbrass says:

            Only Things Keeping Me going!

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        • coltlending says:

          I’m with you.

          People in PDJT’s orbit are being picked off with AstroTurf garbage circumstances light years from any factual Russian collusion, yet not one person has been indicted in any one of the felonies committed by a conga line of people in the Obama Administration that did criminal acts for which there is enough proof to adorn a 50 foot Christmas Tree, on ornament for each material fact.

          The smart alecks can put their concern where every the want and the snarky person with his yawn comment just reads like he or she played football with out a helmet.

          Some of us recognize this block. And, at the end of it there’s a sign, “You’ve been played.”

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          • Albertus Magnus says:

            Pure BS.

            No one is being picked off out of PDJ\T’s circle. NONE OF THEM.

            Manafort was brought in for ONE PURPOSE…whipping delegates for the convention.

            Bannon was NEVER one of PDJT’s circle. Cruzbot brought in to try to build bridges with the other Cruzbots for the general election.

            Omorosa was brought in because PDJT rewards loyalty in friends.

            Jared and Ivanka have gone NO where.

            Priebus and Spicer had to go because they had a non-business background and didn’t get how managing PDJT and the WH are different from a campaign. Spicer left ON HIS OWN.

            Hope Hicks left because of her own personal issues in the WH and was not forced out by friend or foe.

            Please dont try to stir an already simmering pot.

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        • Bill R says:

          Horrible Horowitz will probably whitewash everything or point to one insignificant patsy and the real crooks will go free.

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          • Remington..... says:

            I have a novel idea. Why don’t we just wait and see what Horowitz has queued up for us this month? My crystal ball is in for calibration….

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            • lizzyp says:

              That’s where I’m at. From what little has been revealed about his investigation so far, I don’t really have any reason to believe that it’s going to be a whitewash. He is the one who reported the Strzok- Page texts and presumably exposed Bruce Ohr’s baggage. Nobody would have known about those texts otherwise. So maybe it won’t be the epic tsunami of Karma, but a good start? Those things alone have provided unconsidered avenues for investigation and have provided hard evidence that at least some in the FBI are biased and abusing their roles. It’s a starting point. And the 1.2 million documents sent to the Judiciary committee suggest he has evidence of SOMETHING. Given what we know about the email investigation so far, I can’t believe it’s all good for the democrats.

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              • ladypenquin says:

                Agree. It is a start, and the outing the text messages certainly revealed names and words which came back to bite some of the players. Obama and Hillary won’t go down, but some of their best friends might… President Trump knows we don’t want this to disappear into the ether – he will still hear “lock her up” at his 2018 campaign appearances.

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                • Pat Frederick says:

                  I read a twitter thread yesterday (Vachel Lindsay) connecting Clinton to Putin–involving millions of dollars for her ruination of one Russian over another. (Deripaska and aluminum) It was complicated and of course devious but his theory maintained Mueller and Trump are working together to go after her or at least using the December EO to bankrupt her. Not sure i believe all that, but it proves there are so many ways this whole thing can come down. It’s wrong to think any one of us can accurately guess at this point.
                  But I think one thing is certain. President Trump fulfills his campaign promises.

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          • oncefiredbrass says:

            I honestly think Horowitz is out to prove himself after 8 years of being Neutered by Obama. He supposedly has a pretty big staff, get a Preliminary Report out at least, then we will have the patience to wait a couple months for the finished product!

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            • HickTick says:

              Horowitz was blocked by Sally Yates and you know he was mad , but I think he sees an opportunity to make history. Would you pass up exposing the biggest political scandal in the history of our Nation when it is sitting in your lap ??? Knowing the truth is coming out and you cant stop it . ?? Horowitz will be in history books and he knows it .

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        • navysquid says:

          I said this in not so many words about 3 months ago…Those that know me here know I am 100% with Pres Trump and I have been since the escalator ride (I’ve never wavered and am not now). I just agree with SW-R here that until I see some perp walks then all of this is for show by the R’s excluding Nunes and a few others.

          I was all on board with Jim Jordan, Pompeo, Gowdy, et al when it came to Benghazi, I thought IRS scandal would produce something, we had F&F and even a contempt, for the first time in US history, of an AG in Holder, we had email servers, Podesta crimes, unmasking, we have proof of Russia collusion of the DNC – HRC, and on and on and on…

          Yet we have Pres Trump in office who IS the POTUS but when you have RINO’s, Dems, a “possible” ineffective AG, and a suspicious majority on the SCOTUS not willing to drain the swamp, what can he really do except continue to tweet and make Americans mad at what we see??

          This is where I agree with what SW-R said that we WANT to see the proof of a liberal actually held accountable for their crimes. Sundance has been incredible with his analysis. I am here reading everyone daily and love the insight, however, I want to see some people busted. I want to see our AG throw out a few crumbs that let’s us know he is working with US and not the swamp.

          Lastly, I hope it does come to fruition as it has been laid out here for over a year. Keep up the great posts!!!

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      • Orygun says:

        Ryan is the epitome of smarmy. What a weasel. That goes against my anti-name calling vow but there you go. He deserves a good boot.

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        • oncefiredbrass says:

          Problem is getting a Primary Challenge against him, Nelan seems to be disintegrating every time he opens his mouth. He sounded some what good during the last challenge, seems too have gone off the rails during the current race.

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          • vicschick says:

            I followed him on FB during the primary challenge and I’ve just never unfollowed him. He is a kook. Plain and simple. He could NEVER beat Paul Ryan. Isn’t going to happen. And, he’s about 3/4’s nuts. I would never vote for him.

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    • lawrence Andrade says:

      If FISA application potentially incriminates DOJ signers and if Rosenstien signed one of those court documents , he needs to recuse or be recused from anything connected to Trump/Clinton. Mueller and investigation should be seen as illicit from the start.

      The Senate and Chief of the Supreme Court need to hold FISA judges accountable for letting DOJ/FBI get away with this and using the FISA Court to do it.
      What else to say?

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      • Heika says:

        Lawrence – you have pointed out a glaring issue that has not even been raised – hiding in clear sight. Rosenstien should have been recused due to him signing this thing. He is far more deeply implicated (influenced or biased due to his role) than Sessions!

        However, that he is not is revealing and a sobering point that is being overlooked. I haven’t seen Sundance address this? Might have missed it? So, the issue is – despite us all hoping and wishing this is all being taken care of with integrity (in the IG’s deep dungeon – and I hope it is BTW) we might be fooling ourselves as we have overlooked this fact – Rosenstein is still there. What does that say?

        it speaks volumes to ‘the carefully designed Mueller process’. We know (well we assume) Mueller is NOT looking at the phoney FISA application but this proves it. Rosenstein is still there. My concern is also that the DOJ is not looking at it seriously either and this proves it, Rosy is still in his chair. Its all a big show and your point nails the fraud that is going on despite the hard work Nunes and the others are putting in to draw attention to the main point (FISA warrant). Thank you.

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        • TomF says:

          What if Mr. Rosenstein signed off in order to keep the ‘ruse’ alive.
          By ‘ruse’……… there was more incriminating information to be gained by remaining complicit with the wrong doing. At this point the trap has been set. Patience.
          And, President Trump and his team are smart enough to know EVERYTHING.
          Again, patience.

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          • Rami says:

            Just a thought; what if Rosenstein’s signature was forged?

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          • coltlending says:

            If you said that in General George S. Patton’s Army, It’s a pretty good cerrtiany he’d slap you.

            This is war.

            Patience hasn’t been working so good or haven’t you noticed?

            At what point do you realize patience cost you momentum and controlling the message (news cycle)?

            Whenever that is, it will be too late.

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          • NC PATRIOT says:

            There is SO much corruption to be exposed, the citizenry is slowly waking up to the fact that the collusion was Clinton–Russia to take out a duly elected President. When enough people are awake—-a bunch will exposed all at once. But the timing has to be right. Timing is everything !

            We have had a whole year of the MSM pounding Russia, Russia. In two months the opposite narrative is being put out. But still the MSM is silent. Yet 50% of the people believe that Russia/Trump is a hoax.
            When indictments start coming they will come fast. The more people that are ready, the better.

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        • brh82 says:

          There is a reason Sundance has not seen fit to put a photo of Rosenstein in the collage of
          Black Hats. I’m counting on that being VERY significant because Sundance has NEVER led us astray yet, and I believe the ONLY one who MIGHT know more than he does about any of the situations being faced by POTUS is POYUS himself,

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      • filia.aurea says:

        FISC is unconstitutional, and should be abolished. It’s clearly wide open to abuse. Nunes has reached a personal understanding of how the President must feel.

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      • RUSSIA COLLUSION has the following deep state benefits

        1. The hack myth deflects any questions of the DNC leaker snuff [1]

        2. Russian scapegoat hides CIA, FBI, NSA, DOJ and DNC collusion

        3. Needling Trump forces him to needle Putin, ratchet to WW Three

        [1] “Contradictions in Seth Rich Murder” at ZeroHedge (.)com

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      • oncefiredbrass says:

        These Judges have the Power to stand up for themselves and start throwing people in jail for contempt! It kind of bothers me that they seem to think it was no big deal! Correct me if I am wrong, these people are there until they die or retire, very troubling! If I was the Judge and they did that to me…I would be kicking ass and taking names!

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    • Craig D says:

      I agree fully with Publius2016 comment. The Republicans (UniParty), RINO’s should be ashamed of themselves. President Trump and Devin Nunes are constantly attacked and no Republicans defend them, in fact they pile on or lead in the attack. How the President can change or mollify this “I don’t know”.

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      • filia.aurea says:

        We have the power of the vote, and hopefully that power will be restored when actionable details emerge of the voter fraud that’s been conducted against us. We don’t need the President to tell us who the rotten RINOs are.

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    • Apollo says:

      Excellent point. Rules, such as they are, are only EVER used against MAGA Republicans.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      Where is the U.S.Marshall Service with their handcuffs and why does he still have a security clearance???

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    • Craig D says:

      One reason the politicians (all of them Republicans, RINO’s, UniParty) are against the President is because he (Trump) is not a politician. If Trump is successful, it demonstrates that a successful businessman can be a successful politician. Politicians feel that you have to come up through the ranks (up the political ladder) to be successful. Trump with no political experience cannot be seen to be successful, as it reflects poorly on the established politicians.

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    • coltlending says:

      UniParty comes first.

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    • kroesus says:

      it was 8+ months……mid March right after he used the SCIF in the Eisenhower Building until late Nov when he was cleared by the “Ethics” Committee

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    • davidb says:

      weathervane ryan is kissing some libs ass somewhere.

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  3. TeaForAll says:

    Nunes is well spoken and very articulate when presenting the facts
    Cavuto was put in his place……BRAVO MR NUNES

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    • fleporeblog says:

      The only reason the Left, Democrats, MSM etc are going after Devin Nunes has nothing to do with the here and now. The train has already left the station and the fallout will be huge as soon as the IG drops his report.

      They realize that Devin Nunes is the greatest threat in the future. A former dairy farmer that happens to all be of Hispanic decent from the far left state of California. The same Devin Nunes that our President asked immediately after winning the election to join his transition team. The same man that believes completely in our President’s agenda and has put his country and its people above any type of personal gain.

      Devin Nunes is someone that could carry Trumpism forward for 8 years as President of our country. He comes from California, our President comes from NYC yet both of them care far more for the middle of this great nation than they do from the states they lived in.

      That is the greatest threat to them! A politician that isn’t corrupt and is learning from the greatest President since Gerge Washington!

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      • fleporeblog says:

        This tweet also tells you about the character of the man!

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        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          Too bad we cannot make that daughter the Governor of Cali. I don’t care how old she is.

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        • Turranos says:

          How many members of Congress would share a post like that? Devin is awesome and I want him to be our President in the near future.

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          • fleporeblog says:

            I think we will get that wish! He has all the makings of being in the mold of our Lion 🦁!

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            • Ditch Mitch says:

              Would be fun if Devin flipped CA in 2024.

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              • kroesus says:

                never happen unless PDJT keeps his promise of deportation and DoJ starts charging some of these traitorous politicians out here and locking them up…..with Motor Voter allowing illegals DLs now here and auto registration the illegal/resident alien vote here will be insurmountable

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              • Carrie2 says:

                Ditch Mitch, because we need more republicans from CA and in the CA legislature. We need a republican governor, and many of us are supporting Travis Allen, and more in the legislature to balance it. We are tired of this dictator state, the filth, the exponentially rising crimes, the uber taxes, the lack of maintenance everywhere, the illegal sanctuary states, and stupids like Oakland, CA’s mayor, and so much more. Many have left and many are awaiting the moment we can unless we can change a lot here.

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            • old deplorable owl says:

              Flep, I agree, but do you think he’d be willing to undergo what PDJT has been subjected to? The lies and phony smears, threats to family, the likely salting of his fields by ‘persons unknown’, etc. etc.? Trump can afford the best security available, can Devin? And if seen by the globalists (if Trump doesn’t succeed in destroying them, which isn’t likely) as harming their operations even more, the attacks will be even worse on him.
              I love the guy, and know he’s just as patriotic as our Lion, but while I would be disappointed, I certainly wouldn’t blame him for saying “no”!

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      • TeaForAll says:

        🙂 LOVE WINNING

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    • Carrie2 says:

      TeaForAll, I agree with you. I think we will see a lot more of Nunes but in a higher and more important role in the Trump administration. He is swift, honest, a real American, an unusual republican, thinks, reasons, and talks lucidly and knows just what to say and what not to say. Got a great future ahead and hopefully he will not be harmed by anyone in the 2 parties in 1. Need more in Congress like him. Thanks also to Gaetz, and the other gentlemen working with Nunes from different corners to the same end result – removing whoever needs to be removed from wherever they are, getting Congress back on track, and making America safe from the WH down to you and me. It is a battle what with the communists, evil elites, globalists, Trump haters, and rotten to the core like Soros, et al.

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  4. Nunes: “ Neil, these mediocre comedy skits about me? I must be over some major target when I see this kind of flack. They’re scared of what is coming down on them.” No, he didn’t say that. That’s me screaming at the tv screen.

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  5. emet says:

    If the Ds are not interested in cleaning up this mess, perhaps they’d like their “dossiers” sent over to Gateway Pundit.

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  6. JohnBadger says:

    Lou Dobbs gets it….

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    • georgiafl says:

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      • PremAmerica says:

        Who should I believe? A pair of Twitter characters or public figures who have stood by Trump for more than two years like Huckabee, Judge Jeanine, Lou Dobbs, Sebastian Gorkha, and numerous others?

        There is something very very wrong. There’s a lynch mob with a grand jury attacking the President and his family on government dole. And Jeff Sessions is enabling it.

        The NRO stood by Jeff Sessions today against the President.

        It is time to abandon Sessions and protect the President. The USA will be over and done with if we sit on the sidelines while the lynch mob runs amok.

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      • T.L.T. says:

        Vachel is talking his book. It’s a fine theory, but it’s a theory. I hope he’s correct, actually.

        Another poster unfortunately reminded him he predicted Hilary would be arrested during the Saudi purge timeframe.

        If President Trump thinks Sessions needs pressuring then I’ll pressure him best I can.

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      • Albertus Magnus says:

        LOL, Georgia!

        And they are EVERYWHERE!

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    • B Woodward says:

      Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett gets it too.

      Gregg Jarrett: In order to bring these people to justice who appear to have a committed a variety of crimes, you have to have Department of Justice prosecutors investigate and bring the case. Jeff Sessions has given no indication of doing that. Congress asked for a special counsel last July and Jeff Sessions has been utterly feckless in his responses. Jeff Sessions is not the Attorney General. He’s the AG in name only. It is being run by other people, largely Rod Rosenstein. Sessions is kept in the dark, out of major decisions. He doesn’t have a clue what’s going on there. And I get that from people in the DOJ.

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    • ladypenquin says:

      There is something puzzling me about that tweet – the FACT it was retweeted by Sundance, it’s in the CTH twitter feed.

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  7. yzest5121 says:

    Cavuto has decided now that tariffs are so bad that everything GOP is worthy of his disdain. Cross-examining Nunes about HIM leaking??? Then, cutting him off and getting into Sessions and Trump without any further discussion about Committee business. Cavtuo is bought, sold, paid-for, whored-out and flogged by the Chamber of Commerce. He is Tom Donahue’s bitch.

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    • The Boss says:

      Between bringing up the lefty group’s false charges and the talentless Steven Colbert’s (with mega-whore Flake) piece, Cavuto proved he is a bitch all right. He’s Murdoch’s bitch, on loan to Donahue.

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      • mimbler says:

        I liked Cavuto before Trump came on the scene; then he dedicated himself to doing nothing but criticizing Trump and his policies.

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        • Striker Dad says:

          You have to understand who Cavuto’s wife is and why Cavuto’s politics are affected by that relationship.

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        • Ditch Mitch says:

          Ok here is Kaputo’s Early bio from wikapedia:

          Cavuto was born in Westbury, New York, the son of Kathleen T. (Feeley), a United Nations staffer and homemaker, and Patrick “Pat” Cavuto, a can company sales executive.[2] He was raised in Danbury, Connecticut, where he attended Immaculate High School. At 17, he became the manager of a fish and chips restaurant while attending high school.[3] His father was of Italian descent, while his mother was of Irish ancestry.[4] He worked as a White House intern during U.S. president Jimmy Carter’s administration. He graduated from St. Bonaventure University in 1980 with a bachelor’s degree in mass communication, and earned a master’s degree from American University.[5]

          Not much on his wife Mary Fulling, but lots on his ill health. Kaputo was a moderate during the Bush administration, quiet during the Bozo circus, was out for months because of a heart attack and came back totally establishment and anti Trump.

          Remember folks Bush was establishment and more.

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          • mimbler says:

            Good info, thanks.

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          • ladypenquin says:

            I believe Cavuto is a Democrat and had disguised himself during the Obama years – sooooo concerned. Not.

            He also has MS but his lack of manners and respect toward President Trump has been quite a revelation. He’s just another Dem hack.

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      • annieoakley says:

        Agree.

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      • T.L.T. says:

        Bravo!

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    • litlbit2 says:

      At the rate President Trump has allowed so many to expose themselves to be not only liars but totally corrupt, Gitmo will be the final item on their Bucket List!

      Sundance will keep score and in terms all can understand. “The Forgotten Man is not forgotten anymore” “not gonna happen”

      MAGA

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    • highdezertgator says:

      Quote: “The buck stops with the guy who signs the checks.” Rupert Murdoch, Australian (naturalized American 1985)

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    • WSB says:

      This interview said as much about Neil Cavuto (SVP and managing editor of business news for FBN) as it does about how Nunes is faring.

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    • TeaForAll says:

      Great analysis and spot on 🙂

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    • Remington..... says:

      I like him better when he was on the gurney

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  8. Aram Hagopian says:

    You just heard Nunes not denying that his staff leaks. We should concentrate on the the Dem party colluding with Russians to get dirt on Trump, and the subsequent machinations by the FBI and DOJ to surveil Trump via Carter .

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    • EV22 says:

      “You just heard Nunes not denying that his staff leaks.”

      No, that’s not what I heard.
      3:25 – “It’s laughable that we’ve leaked anything….”

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      • thedoc00 says:

        Agreed, plus Nunes is being watched by Rosenstein. I have no doubt Rosenstein will pounce if Nunes violates the disclosure agreement with DoJ. Same for Schiff, which is likely the primary reason the democrats essentially stopped their “memo” effort.

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      • old deplorable owl says:

        Leaks? Turn the spotlight on the guy from Virginia with the faucet embedded in his nose!
        Nunez staff isn’t the problem.

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  9. Joe says:

    Judge Jeanine: Sessions has lost his “prosecutorial balls.”

    I think it is worse than that. Like SC Justice Roberts, there is something to this story that explains his inexplicable behavior.

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    • highdezertgator says:

      Sessions got a package ” a fish wrapped in a copy of The US Constitution”

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      The “deep state” is most likely blackmailing a lot of individuals because they have everything on everybody in those NSA server farms in Ft. Mead, MD, as well as the new one in Utah.

      Does anyone have a better explanation?

      Let’s reauthorize them, give ’em more power and throw in some more $$$ while we are at it so they can protect us from terrorists.

      They have been doing such a bang-up job over the years.
      Hogwash. They are too busy spying on the Courts, Congress, etc. to look for terrorists.

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    • Little Annie’s Fannie says:

      Holder, thus Obama, had something on Roberts. Having him “ by the snarglies” effectively neutered him!

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    • I can’t decide if Sessions is Judas Isicaiat or a mole from the start.

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  10. Cavuto has joined the MM. Is there a news commentator out there that will REPORT the news rather than give their OPINION what the news should be?

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  11. wheatietoo says:

    I’m so glad that Nunes said they “weaponized the intelligence agencies”.
    This can’t be said enough.

    Rep Nunes did a great job.

    Neil Cavuto is a globalist lackey that looks down his nose at our President and us Deplorables.
    I think he has a very punchable face.

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    • EV22 says:

      Hi Wheatie!

      I believe the word “appears” appears in that sentence. As in, ” and it appears like they’ve weaponized…” (2:40-ish) But Nunes is certainly putting it out there. 😉

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    • 🍺Gunny says:

      Cavuto is one of those guys who if you smacked him, would run to the corner, get down on his knees, put his hands over his head, start cryin for his Mom.

      Him and his buddy Gasbagorino, who states he has more inside sources than anyone in Washington, need to get a job suited for them, like calling Bingo numbers.

      Just gas…both of them.

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    • jahealy says:

      Most definitely about the punchable face. Whenever I inadvertently catch a glimpse of him, I imagine he has a yuge box of jelly donuts under the desk that he dives into on commercial breaks.

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      • ladypenquin says:

        I think he takes steroids for his MS. People get a “moonface” from those meds. Doesn’t change the fact that he isn’t the man I thought he was.

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    • convert says:

      Cavuto–yet another phony tool who has exposed who he really is in recent months. Blech. Done.

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  12. KBR says:

    When Rep Nunes talked to Cavuto, the responses and questions he got sounded leftist, because I believe Cavuto is one.

    Cavuto trying to pin down Nunes that he did not leak, instead of being Cavuto being frustrated with any of the many leaks coming from the left and Schiff proves my point.

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  13. woohoowee says:

    I appreciate Rep. Nunes pointing out that the left controls our universities, Hollywood and MSM.

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  14. Phil aka Felipe says:

    What is Sessions DOING?! (And the OIG)

    Tracy Beanz does a good job showing that Jeff is ‘not doing nothing’. She gives kudos to CTH too!

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    • Apollo says:

      I hope so. I truly do; I want to believe that Jeff Sessions, once the OIG report is released, is going to turn into a focused, lean, mean, attack dog using the full force of his office to defend President Trump, MAGA, and our nation.

      I hope it happens, and (for now) I am willing to be patient. But the patience cannot last forever. There is a real deadline on this: the midterm elections. We absolutely cannot allow it to be delayed forever. The clock is ticking!

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      • Kaco says:

        I agree and that’s my deadline as well. Do or die. We need perp walks, only way to get their attention that the MSM isn’t giving this.

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        • Apollo says:

          Exactly! I know it’s not always a popular opinion here, but it’s not “game over” for me until there are real indictments, if not convictions.

          Anything else, they will talk their way out of and the MSM will toss down the memory hole. Deep State conspirators in jail will be impossible to forget, though.

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          • Phil aka Felipe says:

            “it’s not “game over” for me until there are real indictments, if not convictions.”

            Afterward gallows or firing squad.

            (Should they extradited to Saudi Arabia? I understand they may have committed crimes there meriting beheading.) That is a macabre thought. Sorry if that is too offensive.

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          • TomF says:

            The ‘game’ will not be over for years, Apollo.
            How many years has this swamp had to set up?
            We true believers will not clean this up in 2 or 3 years.
            However, we must be diligent now, and in the years to come.
            MAGA

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            • Apollo says:

              I agree–it’s going to be a long game to clean everything up.

              I firmly believe that if indictments do not come before the midterms, though (doesn’t have to be ALL of them, of course–that is the work of years–but a few key ones, such that the MSM cannot ignore it), the Senate and the House will be lost, and the MAGA agenda for the remainder of the first term of PDJT will be on ice. I do not want that to happen, but that’s the potential I see if the MSM is allowed to keep spinning about Russia, Russia, Russia while the Scheme Team gets off scot-free.

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              • coltlending says:

                Exactly.

                The fact there has not been on indictment on anyone with all the stuff that has been going on is outrageous.

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              • Little Annie’s Fannie says:

                If the House is lost, Mad Max and Weird Al will clog the agenda with Peach-ments! Am I impatient? Yep! At least serve up Adam Schiffty for leaking. Just one little one!

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              • davidb says:

                I think the elites are going to throw the 2018 election to the dems. 35 house repukes and 3 senate are not running for re election. Once the repukes intensionally loose the majority in one branch, they can stop the MAGA.

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            • Phil aka Felipe says:

              Maybe POTUS Trump will cut down that time with Military Tribunals for Treason; and there is not statute of limitations for treason.

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              • Apollo says:

                I don’t think there’s a legal case for treason, to be honest. That requires either taking up arms against the United States (really, physically, not metaphorically) or aiding an enemy during a declared war (and we are not in a declared war).

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                • Phil aka Felipe says:

                  Attempted coup is not treason? We are in a “War on Terror”. Giving aid and comfort, or pay to play from terrorists is not treason?

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    • Mark McQueen says:

      Thank you. There are quite a few folks who don’t want to hear this.

      Liked by 1 person

    • covfefe999 says:

      We’re so used to a constant flow of strategic propaganda (“leaks”) that appropriate silence is disturbing. 🙂

      I’m hoping that Trump’s tweets about Sessions are just bait and he’s farkus-ing with his detractors.

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      • ladypenquin says:

        I mentioned upthread that Sundance retweeted Lou Dobbs’ tweet about Sessions. It’s a negative tweet towards the AG, so I pondered why SD RT’d it.

        I’m with you about the “bait.”

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    • simicharmed says:

      Thanks for sharing. She even shows & discusses Conservative Tree House article.

      Also – at the ending, she states there have been: “100’s & 100’s & 100’s of arrests over the past week or two” “In regards to the other crime, which I will not name, so my video can stay up”….?

      What is this “other crime she “will not name” referring to?

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  15. Pam says:

    Don’t forget how the late night comedians wouldn’t dare mock Obama but of course now how the tables have turned. Nunes must really have a tough skin because you would have to in order to endure all he has. Getting down to the truth isn’t easy, but I believe he’s doing everything he can to make sure we do get down to some real answers.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      I’m sure that Nunes is getting death threats too…so I just hope he’s got some good security, for both him and his family.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Little Annie’s Fannie says:

      But these late night guys aren’t even good flak. Their transparency (or lack thereof) is surpassed by their ignorance (no lack here).

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      Pam, Nunes is from Central Valley, CA. His family has been farming there for years. When Bozo took the water away (i.e., silver fishes) Nunes was one of two congressmen from the area who fought the water shut off. He has been attacked by Sacramento and DC for years.

      The guy talks softly, clearly and concisely while his audience plots their next attack. Behind the soft spoken words is a pit bull of MAGA proportions that just keeps digging and digging. Irrigation did come back to the central valley.

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  16. Mr Cavuto looks he just swallowed a fly. Poor boy doesn’t enjoy being the presence of a truth teller,, it violates his principles you might say to have truth spoken his program. Just sayin’.😎

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  17. NoJuan Importante says:

    It was OK. Cavuto asked the questions like a skeptical reporter should and Nunes answered them best as he could. We are just in a holding pattern for the IG report and either the let down it is or the firestarter it becomes. These Congressional hearings plod very slowly and apparently people can lie to them anyway, with no consequence. Or, if the President gets tired of the obfuscation from what are supposed to be his own people, and wants to pitch a grenade into the nest, just declassify everything-he has the power to do that. Just open it all up. Either charge someone and keep it subject to privileges and secrets or open it up for inspection, one or the other. I say give them two more full months.

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    • KittyKat says:

      One thing we learned from President Trump when he was campaigning was the power of momentum. That’s where Jeff Sessions could have helped instead of letting the momentum deflate.

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  18. Sharpshorts says:

    Nunes says at 1:40 in the video:
    “…Clear evidence of collusion…between the Democrat party, the Hillary campaign and the Russians…”

    If the oversight committee has the evidence, IG Horowitz has it and AG Sessions will have it (if he doesn’t already)…So who will make the determination on whether “collusion” is a prosecutable crime, the DOJ or the Judiciary (if the cases get there)? I hope that the serious specific crimes are exposed.
    The bad news:…I suspect that much of the truths brought to light by all the on going “investigations” may turn out to be non-prosecutable and there will be few convictions produced, basically nothing burger cases…

    The good news is: the investigation reports may help to further expose the ugliness of the vast Washington swamp to the people at large (voters)…Perhaps the most we can hope for is that they will produce enough political fodder for influencing the upcoming elections in a positive manor.

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    • NC PATRIOT says:

      If there are indictments of one or two—-MSM will have to cover.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Deb says:

      The voters can hear about it from us. Talk to the people you know, and they’ll talk to the people they know.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      Oceana, if you have not already spread using this site, then do it now and explain, as I have, real truth in real time. We all have email contacts, so get them here and then it can spread from them to more and more. We can’t stand on street corners but we have computers or cellphones so put them to good use. I even informed my democrats on my list but haven’t heard back if they are tuning in. Probably are but don’t want me to know it.

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  19. This is what angers me about FOX,they give a Trump loather like Cavuto a whole hour….
    and he sits there with that smug carb overloaded pus while he plays the Colbert nonsense…was that really necessary and thanks Flake…how pathetic.

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  20. I know we are all impatient, I am too.

    However, I think we should wait through March and see if the IG report comes out and whether that, along with other forces, creates real momentum. It would seem lots of folks need the IG report to justify their further steps, including possibly a special prosecutor or other prosecutorial actions.

    If Sundance is correct, we have cooperators to reveal the scheme, take it down, and prosecute the perpetrators. There is no doubt that at a minimum the Ohr family is in deep doo-doo, but most likely many others are too. I haven’t seen where Sundance has gotten it incorrect yet, so I am holding on for the IG report and aftermath.

    If those things don’t happen, I agree, pitchforks and all…..

    In the meantime, Mueller is running loose to ruin lives and take Trump down when there is no probable cause for his investigation.

    The rumors are that he and his STASI prosecutors are about to indict Russians (alleged Fancy Bear hackers) for hacking the DNC based on the likely phony CrowdStrike report, also funded by Hillary campaign through Perkins Coie, and part of the lying Russian/Trump narrative they concocted. We will see.

    In the meantime, I keep buying more pitchforks, just in case.

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    • Kaco says:

      Only 13 GOP House Republicans are calling for a special counsel for FISA abuse. Great enthusiasm there.

      Liked by 5 people

      • All Too Much says:

        As someone said earlier, Where’s the Speaker?

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      • convert says:

        If Repubs had done to any Democratic president and his team and family what was done here, the Dems would be united and OUT FRONT, vocal and in front of every microphone they could find! They would defend not only their president but THE RULE OF LAW, RIGHT&WRONG, JUDICIAL INTEGRITY and all the other important values and principles that are vital to the continuation of our country. But Republicans–nothing. Silence, Eyerolls, Shh, don’t say anything–we don’t want to rock the boat. WE need this guy impeached because he’s not one of us…..

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      I hope you can find pitchforks that are still “Made in America” wherever your at!
      They are still out there.

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    • All Too Much says:

      “If Sundance is correct, ……. I haven’t seen where Sundance has gotten it incorrect yet, so I am holding on for the IG report and aftermath.”

      Exactly. Assuming there are indictments, many, the prosecution of the charged will be the biggest war, between the absolute best legal teams, unprecedented.

      The only way to win that battle, is with an absolutely impeccable, iron clad case. Iron might not be strong enough. When actual trials begin, there can not be any flaw in the charges and evidence. This cannot be understated.

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    • mimbler says:

      I can’t see him indicting someone on a private party’s assessment (FBI had no direct involvement in assessment). I guess he might do it for publicity, knowing they would never be extradited for him to be laughed out of court.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      PuttingOnItsShoes, remember that Mueller is in a bad position due to being in on the uranium sale. Hammer will fall and it will fall on one and all who have been seditionists and/or traitors, so hang in there. So much is and has been going on for almost the first day of Trump in the WH as he plans way ahead but being nice, making sweet remarks, doesn’t mean a thing when they all get hit hard and fast with the HAMMER! We have plenty of rope necklaces and we want to put them to use. Forget prison as they can still operate from there and always too expensive to house/cloth/feed them. Complete removal is a much more effective measure and a BIG warning to others.

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  21. Ozark says:

    Neil Cavuto a New York Lib, that’s all you need to know.

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  22. Donna in Oregon says:

    President Trump’s tweets say it all. POTUS has an uncanny ability to see around corners and he has been spot on regarding the FBI/DOJ/Comey/Sessions/Rosenstein/McCabe fiasco.

    Sessions is conflicted 360 degrees. He was in the Good Old Boys club too long to be a deterrent for Swamp corruption and shenanigans. Sessions will go after street criminals, you know the ones that steal chump change. But not his own kind, the political elites that sell America for pennies on the dollar.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      It’s fine if you are wondering if Sessions is honorable, but your comment is really out of line. You have no idea. Sessions isn’t a leaker, he’s working pretty quietly. That doesn’t mean he’s corrupt.

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      • Donna in Oregon says:

        covfefe999, I’m not questioning AG Sessions honor. I did not say that he was corrupt. What I said is that he ran with a different group, policymakers. They conduct their business of quid pro quo via policy and it is not considered unpatriotic nor is it considered illegal.

        We have an obligation to try to understand why this gap exists. To ignore it is to allow it to continues.

        Congress writes the laws. This is why insider trading was not a criminal act for Congress.
        Ethics is something that Congress and the Senate decide….whenever they feel like it.

        Pelosi fires back at ’60 Minutes’ report on ‘soft corruption’
        https://www.cnn.com/2011/11/13/politics/60-minutes-pelosi/index.html

        This is the reality Jeff Sessions has lived for many years. And it shows in his actions (or inaction). Jeff Sessions believes DC corruption is a big deal? Nope. Not in a hurry. It looks and feels like a normal day to him.

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  23. All Too Much says:

    Strange, and strong, vibe on the comment board today, a lot of frustration, and a lot of people on edge. And the edge, as I ponder a bit, is where are as a nation.
    On one side, there is an actual cleansing of the filth, corruption, criminal behavior we now see, thanks to Sundance. On the other side, something a lot more than ‘more of the same’. The coup.

    There isn’t a middle ground.
    I think people commenting today know that, and the stress is coming out.

    Just an observation.

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    • Bull Durham says:

      Good observation. Some of us have spoken of patience.
      The Pus is coming out. It’s a slow process.
      Congress is slow. Justice is slow. Truth walks very slowly.
      Just because we know the criminals, and understand the crime and see evidence, all add to the stress for immediate action.

      Our beautiful Rule of Law, due process, guaranteed rights of the accused requires us to have patience.

      Ever been on a jury? You know the bum is guilty but you still have to go dutifully through the process. Every juror has to be convinced. It’s stressful.

      The greatest danger pointed at DJT now is 2018 House election.
      We must assure our majority.
      We must hold the Senate.
      Better, do what DJT already is pointing to–expand our majorities.

      That’s our job.
      Get on with that work and the stress will ease.

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      • Phil aka Felipe says:

        Well, said.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Little Annie’s Fannie says:

        Everyone should check number of registered voters in your precinct prior to the primaries. Then check after general. Can’t have large numbers of illegal and deceased voters.
        Still can’t understand Dreamer’s loyalty to a party that won’t work on an immigration deal. I know some and they aren’t all stupid. Gullible? Obviously!!

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      • davidb says:

        I believe that is where the stress is at. If there is no indictments by october 2018, there will be no repub majority in the house. That would be the excuse the rino’s need to help block and stall everything Trump wants. Sessions may not see the urgency on this.

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    • Bonkti says:

      Nunes said he was under incredible pressure from all sides. It seemed clear in his voice. He’s got a made in America steel set.

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  24. WSB says:

    SD, thank you for posting. Caught the Dem party RED-HANDED. Nunes was terrific in stressing the word ‘weaponization’ of media, government AND Hollywood.

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  25. covfefe999 says:

    I find it very disturbing that Cavuto would play a clip of lib propaganda and then (worse) ask Nunes to respond to it. Shameless. Focus on the news, Neil. Focus on informing the public with facts, why don’t you?

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  26. mitrom says:

    I can tell from reading the comments that most people are on to Cavuto. Just another corporate, anti-Trumper and pro-establishment. I’m getting to really dislike him.

    As for Nunes, he’s a hero. And as I keep saying, we all need to keep speaking out, and periodically contact Congress, the DOJ OIG, and the DOJ/FBI and DEMAND that they fully investigate and prosecute these Obama/Dem criminals.

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  27. Big Al says:

    Hey Sundance can you include a hard link to the videos for those operating on old browsers? Vid does not appear. Thank you!

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  28. joeknuckles says:

    Neil Cavuto is a piece o’ crap.

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  29. Get rid of Rosenstein and there’s light at the end of the tunnel. Rosenstein will BURY, delay or denigrate anything that Nunes comes up with. Ditto for whatever the IG comes up with. Because I respect what I believe is Sundance’s subtle support for AG Sessions I will not smash the AG’s private parts like the Judge did…………………..

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  30. El Torito says:

    I can’t Cavuto today…

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  31. beigun says:

    “Ode to Jeff Sessions”

    Jeff Sessions, quiet as ‘Bama Possum
    Laying Low by the Creek
    Look like he be Sleepen’
    Nobody know what he Doin’
    Up that IG CREEK!

    Now, Hillary started a-Shaken’
    And Obama, his eyes got real Wide!
    ‘Cause that Sleepy Ol’ Possum
    Had their Ass for Skinnen Time!

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  32. TheWanderingStar says:

    Neil, Neil, Neil. You are a dumba$$. Quoting unnamed sources, quoting ‘they’ (who the hell is ‘they’)? and stating it ALL as if it is the truth.

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  33. Me says:

    Lots of talk, very slow moving action. Like watching paint dry. Good thing they weren’t around during our founding as they would still be holding committee meetings on whether to break with England or just send a nasty letter

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  34. albrevin says:

    the existence of the Mueller Special Counsel is in and of itself Obstruction of Justice.

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  35. georgiafl says:

    Nunes is still getting attacked by the rabid left. Needs our support and prayers!

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  36. Whilst I remain hopeful that AG Sessions will prove to be a valuable defender of the Constitution, and ‘silent assassin’ (in a prosecutorial sense) of all those grubs who deserve to have the full weight of the law crash down on them, I think the following video is again necessary for some light relief…

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  37. Summer says:

    Could not force myself to watch but judging by your comments, I did not miss anything worthwhile.
    At this point, I don’t expect any new information coming out about, as they say, potential FISA violation. What I do expect is more covering up, glossing over and mental gymnastics. Debates on what IS is. Snake oil sold by gallon on Twitter. I also expect Mueller to churn out more mud.

    Tiresome. And predictable.

    Can’t wait for the next rally. That’s the only thing I am still looking forward to. I am not even sure I care about Horowitz and his (probably worthless) report any longer.

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  38. Pyrran says:

    Cavuto looks like he swallowed a rat. He wanted to talk about everything but the facts and the investigation.

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    • LULU says:

      I don’t consider Cavuto to be “one of ours”. Could be a closet Dem for all we know. Tiresome. Terrible interviewer.

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  39. Donna in Oregon says:

    Before and after the 2008 meltdown I did a lot of research to understand crooked financial schemes.

    I watched Fox Business before, during and after and somewhere in my research and letters to Neil Cavuto and Fox Business I realized that they were in on it.

    Libor, derivatives, HUD, Fannie, Freddie, Goldman, Citi, Wells Fargo, BofA, Washington Mutual, Merrill Lynch, Countrywide, Friends of Angelo, the 1999 repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act, on and on.

    I started tracking these crooks and robbers during the BCCI scandal http://www.nytimes.com/1991/08/12/business/world-class-fraud-bcci-pulled-it-off-special-report-end-twisted-trail-piggy-bank.html?pagewanted=all

    I wrote Neil and Fox Business (and others), and told them I kept all my letters that I sent to them which showed that they knew or should have known what was going on. I wanted to release them to the public so everyone would know that Neil Cavuto and Fox Business decided not to let the public know the catastrophic financial danger they were in. That they (Fox Business) were in on the scam.

    I was not allowed to email them after that. Not Fox News either.

    I’ve never checked to see if I can because I know what they are. They know these things are happening and they don’t warn any of their viewers. They are insiders that capitalize on these scams. Backstabbers…… and lies by omission.

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    • mimbler says:

      There’s certainly a case to be made that they were trying to drive the market down during the recent near correction. There’s money to be made that way.

      Now maybe they were just fear mongering for ratings, but it wasn’t helpful to their more naive viewers no matter what their motivation was.

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  40. Hoosier treeper says:

    Yes, the frustration mounts every day. Once the IG report comes out I will then decide if it is even worth the time and effort to “tune in” anymore if nothing happens. But looking back there is some hope as I have been aware of the deep state for many years after reading many books like “the puzzle palace” and “legacy of ashes”. published in 1982 and 2007 respectively.
    Heck, I heard Chris Wallace say a few months back that he had never heard of the deep state until very recently which shows what kind of journalist he is.
    What a great piece by Mercenary on trade. And at least we now know who has been exposed, like Hatch etc. We must take some comfort in the fact that HRC could not even win a rigged election!
    It is easy to give up, harder to keep going but sites like this and the people on them inspire me to do more!

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      He’s lying about the Deep State, he surely remembers all the talk after President Kennedy was assassinated that the CIA played a part in it. Grammar school kids knew this theory.

      Wallace expects us to believe that he was the only guy in America that didn’t read the National Enquirer while waiting in the grocery line? Ever? Come on Chris Wallace, the wife must be feeding you all that soup because you’re feeble. (She actually wrote a book on soups for this sack).

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  41. Pelicansview says:

    I cannot think of anyone less appealing to listen to than Neil Cavuto, except maybe Shepard Smith. Those two mental midgets are responsible for driving more viewers away from Fox News than even Megyn Kelly. If I watch any news on the tube at all, it is One America, where conservative reason still holds some sway.

    As far as Mr. Nunes goes, Trump is right. He and Grassley both deserve the Medal of Freedom for the great work they have done to date in exposing the rotten core of government. But, do you remember the cocky arrogance displayed by Hillary when she was under “investigation” for multiple felonies tied to mishandling classified material and destroying evidence? She knew she wasn’t going to be indicted. She was darn sure of it because Comey and Lynch most likely told her so.

    Well, right now Jim Comey has that same face. He’s yucking it up selling his new book and slamming Trump. His old buddy Eric Holder is too; predicting an PDJT obstruction charge by Mueller that will ravage any chance of holding the senate and probably feed into a bogus impeachment hearing. You can bet that lizard, Comey already knows the IG report won’t hurt him. His best friend Mueller (and probably Rosenstein) are likely keeping him in the loop. Those boys can all dance the “Potomac-2-Step” better than Fred Astaire.

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  42. Mike diamond says:

    Debbie Wasserman Schultz still not in prison,Hillary,still not in prison! Uma?nope,Loretta lynch!still not in prison,Eric holder nope James Comey skates on by! Why would Russia want to rig a us election in favor of President Trump???Obama gave Russia what ever they wanted,Hillary gave Russia what ever they wanted! Almost all the us news media tried their best to get Hillary elected! Heck if Russia interfered with our elections it was for Hillary! So enough already about Russia! Mean while 24/7 the news media speaks bad about President Trump! Most Americans pay no mind to CNN or any ABC channels!

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  43. Greg says:

    Colbert can’t hide behind his Comedy Central persona as just a ‘comedian’. He is now fully exposed as just a hyper partisan, and surprisingly nasty Democratic attack dog.

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  44. Rynn69 says:

    Regarding A.G. Sessions possibly being “compromised”. I say to Mr. Sessions – Nothing is worth destroying the country. Absolutely nothing. Sesssions must prosecute the wrongdoers or the country will never recover. EVER. Sessions needs to understand the monumental moment in history we are at. This is not a “scandal”. This is a crime. This is many crimes. This is many, many crimes. We are way beyond justice delayed is justice denied. We are way beyond a resignation sufficing as punishment. We are way beyond the DOJ-FBI, and any other agencies implicated in this cabal to be able to sustain credibility, integrity, and fidelity to the law without action. Failure to prosecute wrongdoers will have irreparable harm. The American people are aware of exactly what is going on and what must be done. WE EXPECT A SPECIAL COUNSEL FROM AN OUTSIDE PROSECUTOR. Do you hear us, Mr. Sessions?

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  45. I thought Nunes did very well in the interview. Especially at 7 minutes, listen to how Nunes speaks in absolutes about the Dossier and Clinton, DNC, and media involvement in the REAL Russia collusion.

    No ‘if’, ‘maybe’, ‘could be’, ‘possibly’, ‘perhaps’, ‘theoretically’, etc… Very good sign.

    Nunes speaks like a man who knows that he has the goods on the perps. 😎

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  46. LULU says:

    I try to avoid Cavuto. He asks longwinded questions, then cuts in and interrupts, again and again. Tiresome person.

    Nunes is a gem. He has to be scary to the corrupt.

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  47. Pat Frederick says:

    what struck me throughout the interview was Cavuto (don’t watch tv so don’t know him) reminded me of a tabloid reporter. Instead of facts–he’s looking for gossip or juicy little tidbits–is this how all reporters are now? disgraceful…

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  48. RLC2 says:

    I am so grateful for Nunes’ dedication and courage. Fox is doing a great job of allowing him to tell the story to the American people. Keep up the great work, Sundance, curating what you see as most important and analyzing here. This is a must read daily for me, especially for your insight on the FBI abuse, the Broward County scandal, and now the analysis on trade. How do you do it?

    I also like Gateway Pundit, for their ability to seek out and platform breaking news on video- that’s clearly resonating with younger voters who prefer that media, and are becoming wise to the corruption and propaganda of the Left in MSM, social justice silicon valley, and the various sub-entities- where they attempt to create fake news, and trade it up the chain, in the progressive echo chamber.

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  49. jameswlee2014 says:

    On this very site we have seen that the IG started working on this case over a year ago. His investigation caused the domino fall of FBI and DoJ former bigs who are now laboring in HR. I’m not buying this at all. I think there is a charade afoot. I don’t think the IG is going to start an investigation, it’s more likely that his investigation is nearly complete. It is not out of the question that Sessions impaneled a GJ a year ago and has been providing it with evidence every since.

    They are keeping it quiet because if it were to become known that Obama and Hillary are both guilty of serious crimes there would be unrest. But, if it came out that they were still being investigated, then you would see the full court press… denunciations, threats, violence, riots… the usual. Wheels withing wheels here.

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