Chairman Devin Nunes Discusses Ending HPSCI “Muh Russia Collusion” Investigation…

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes appears on Fox News at Night to discuss the ending of the Trump-Russian investigation and the continuance of the ongoing FISA abuse and FBI/DOJ corruption investigations.

Part of the interview surrounds the new request by Senator Chuck Grassley for a second special counsel. As Nunes notes the Grassley request is almost identical to his own.

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101 Responses to Chairman Devin Nunes Discusses Ending HPSCI “Muh Russia Collusion” Investigation…

  1. Beverly says:

    Devin Nunes is one hell of a man. God bless him, and keep him and his family safe.

    The interviewer isn’t very bright.

    Liked by 29 people

    • Carrie2 says:

      Beverly, and interesting that Mueller has this subpoena but why? He has a problem because of the FISA mess and I am supposing he is trying to cover that up. Unfortunately, and why I do not like Rosenstein, is that Rosenstein did NOT give him a limit on an investigation and not on money spent nor on so many democrat attorneys to be called upon. That makes me leery about Rosenstein and where he really stands in all this. Muellar needed to have a mandate and it was not given. Wasting time and money to pursue nothing but eventually he will be brought to account and hopefully finds himself in the same boat with all the current and past FBI traitors. Hopefully very, very soon!

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      • kroesus says:

        you SHOULD have a problem with Rosenstein b/c he ILLEGALLY appointed Mueller as SC…..there is NO underlying crime as called for in the statute to qualify for appointing him making his entire investigation illegal and as we learn more based on a house of cards of lies

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        • beach lover says:

          agree. Comey > Rosenstein > Mueller..

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          • none other says:

            Big error ….. The very 3 you name ARE NOT after Trump . You take fake news and come to a conclusion and you get a fake conclusion… Those 3 ARE not Trump hunting

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            • clairebee says:

              none other- not really sure what is your point.

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            • Retired USMC says:

              Really? I’d like to see you back that farcical statement up….what is your proof of that outlandish statement?

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              • logger says:

                There are those (not me) who think that Mueller and Rosenstein are white hats who are using this whole SC as a cover for the “REAL” investigation of all our dreams. There are those (Wictor) who have even said that Susan Rice will flip (using the discover of her inauguration email as evidence), though she has destroyed any and all semblance of integrity by covering for Obama and Hillary, suddenly, somehow she has flipped.
                That’s, I’m making a fair guess, is where the poster’s statement comes from. If it were true, if only.

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                • Retired USMC says:

                  Well, I think the events of the past year and a half of solid evidence that that isn’t the case. I seen nothing that points to them working in an effort contrary to that with which to bring the Trump Presidency to an end…do you? Not one thing that has happened can be viewed that way….so what do you see that I don’t?

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                • clairebee says:

                  logger- that sounds like Dreamland to me.

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              • joshua says:

                Hey….Retired angry man
                Why such belligerence and demanding confrontation?
                Are you having a personal bad day?
                Would like a more nuanced dialogue on a class blog like the CTH.

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                • d2i says:

                  Great question Retired USMC! I too would like to learn from where ‘none other’ is coming from. And I’m not sure how any could read an emotion, such as anger, into your request. I surely didn’t.

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                • Retired USMC says:

                  Hey…Joshua…you haven’t seen my anger yet..so pipe down. Once again, please provide me any evidence from the past events that would lead to a conclusion the the mentioned people are “white hats”…I await with bated breath….

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    • clairebee says:

      Don’t see your point about the interviewer.

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  2. Apollo says:

    So Nunes is requesting a special counsel too? I had thought he hadn’t—at least many claims that he didn’t want one were made in a few Sessions threads.

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    • Donzo says:

      I suspect this call for an SP is just a ploy to exert pressure on Sessions. If the IG and the parallel collaborative prosecutor brings home the bacon then the call is unneeded. But if that prosecutor decides to give up crumbs, then full speed ahead with an SP. Nothing new said here, just reiterating….

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      • G. Combs says:

        I think the call for a special counsel is to get the general public to pay attention to IG Horowitz’s Report. It tell people there are CRIMES in that report and to expect INDICTMENTS of Federal bureaucrats. <=== VERY IMPORTANT!

        It is a way of preparing the 'Battle Field' and it keeps the Yellow Stream Media from burying the information so the public is blindside. If the YSM can bury the IG Report from an OBAMA ADMIN IG, then they can go with the 'Trump = Hitler' optics a heck of a lot easier.

        Given Hillary's "we will all hang temper tantrum" the DemonRats KNOW there is a lot of crimes that can be dug up. I think this is why they ran with the 'Trump = Hitler' story during the election so THEY could prep the 'Battle Field' first.

        It all comes down to swaying public opinion.

        – NEVER FORGET –
        name redacted https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/937831014965153792

        Adm Mike Rogers saved the country. On nov 18 he met the NATSEC team of PDJT transition team and briefed them on it all…. At that meeting were current DCI Pompeo , former DCI Woolsey, now ambassador, Mike Flynn, Jeff Sessions, and PDJT.

        President-elect Trump left Trump Tower within 24 hours of that meeting in the SCIF. I think the battle plans were roughed out at that point. Nunes was also part of President Trump’s Transition Team, though I doubt he was ‘in the know’

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        • Fasterpill says:

          Thanks for the link – one of the best I have seen beyond this CTH site. Also scored theprayingmedic from that one. Much to learn, much to pray for.

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        • Paco Loco says:

          At this point in these seemingly endless investigations, I think the majority of the public has tuned out and doesn’t care one way or another. The constant media brainwashing is effective and at some point people tune it all out and try and just live their lives because they feel powerless. The DC “Days of Our Lives” Political soap opera is designed to dull the mind and nullify justice. Corruption what corruption?

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          • jnearen says:

            Lot of truth in that Paco Loco. I think it is part of the game being played. Just stall, stall, stall and wait it out. Should Dems regain control of the house, it all ends.

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          • clairebee says:

            I don’t know what it will take, if anything, to get people to undo the extreme brainwashing by MSM that has occurred. Just reading comments from leftists, it is clear that they don’t believe anything except what the Liberal Media has been spoon feeding them. They won’t even consider any other information! They just think conservatives are evil liars and will do anything to obstruct justice.

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    • clairebee says:

      The Freedom Caucus asked for a SP in JUly of 2017. This has been an iron in the fire for a long time.

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      • d2i says:

        Yes, it has clairebee, but the request has increasingly become more narrow in scope. Nunes and team and now Grassley and team are on the same page, that is a SC to work with the IG to interview those outside of the IG’s lawful reach. We know from Sessions he has a DOJ prosecutor reviewing the H/S requests, but what we don’t know is is this individual assisting Horowitz with external interviews. Given what Grassley and Graham intimated in last night’s interview with Baer, it would appear this insider is not providing such assistance to the IG, yet. Narrowing the original request made by Goodlatte’s Judiciary committee months ago to a SC working with the IG as a ‘team’ means the R’s are now aligned, whereas before they were all over the place with their opinion on such an appointment.

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  3. David Dowat says:

    Nunes is true American hero! God bless him and protect him from harm.

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  4. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Here is the biggest thing I got from the interview. The most important thing, and it comes in the last 30 seconds or so:

    Nunes saying that there are more informants coming forward all the time.

    This is HUGE. HUGE.

    Not long ago, Sharyl Attkinson (journalist) was saying that informants were starting to hedge their bets on whether they wanted to talk. The informants were concerned that the black hats would win and they, the informants, would then be targets for retribution.

    That informants are still coming in now, and maybe picking up pace in their stepping forward, says that we are winning this fight. At least in the minds of the informants. And they are the people who have to know who is winning.

    This is a very good sign. Very good sign.

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    • joeknuckles says:

      I’m guessing those informants don’t want to lose their pensions. That could be the purpose of making the McCabe firing such a public circus.

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    • Donzo says:

      When will the engagement to this virgin end?

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    • jbowen82 says:

      Strzock didn’t do the wiretapping all by himself. There had to have been hundreds of people involved: agents, technicians, analysts, translators, support staff. Some, maybe most, thought they were doing the right thing and that there really were Russians to be found in the Trump universe. But it had to have become apparent at some point that this whole domestic surveillance enterprise directed at the opposition campaign, then the transition, then finally the White House, was misguided at best, and criminal at worst. “Just following orders” quit being a valid excuse many years ago. It is time for the worker bees who actually carried out this operation to come forward.

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      • DanO64 says:

        One word ends the “just following orders” excuse: Nuremberg.

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      • Hoosier says:

        My parents live by some FBI agents. Husband retired but wife in the bug/tap/surveillance wing and rather high up. She hasn’t been home in six months. Parents think marital problems. My thought is hubby doesn’t want to lose his pension too. Told her to get her crooked ass out.

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      • jeans2nd says:

        There were not hundreds of people. Terrorism was the #1 priority, since 2001. Most assets were focused on the Middle East and terrorism, especially we in the U.S. The Russia wing was sparse – no more cold war, “we won.” We had a Russian reset.

        No, this was a small, incestuous group. Not hundreds of people.

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      • beach lover says:

        I recall very early on hearing of a low level member coming to someone saying something not right here with all these names.. maybe for unmasking?

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        • huecowacko says:

          That was one of Admiral Mike Rogers’ subordinates at NSA reporting to the Admiral the irregularities; then, that reporting led to the Admiral Rogers’ notification of POTUS-elect of such irregularities shortly after the election, thus POTUS-elect moved his headquarters.

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      • Donzo says:

        Yet, how many times have we heard the refrain that the great majority of FBI agents are good and honorable?

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      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        Amen. Let’s hope they do that, JBowen.

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      • Quite likely that the tapping or whatever was done by a private contractor. The US Govt has been using more an more contractors for a variety of reasons.

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    • d2i says:

      Given what appears to be a reprehensible political climate that seeped into every nook and cranny of the FBI, who could blame careerists for being timid when coming forward. Testing the waters, like putting one’s toe into a massive ocean of deceit, is a first step. Once they know they are safe from political reprisal, which is what you astutely suggest MakeAmericaGreat, the floodgates will open. That also means Wray is de politicizing the agency. Here’s to hoping he fully succeeds!

      Btw, MAG you may want to consider adding an exclamation point “!” behind your name. It is the 2020 logo after all.

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      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        I can’t wait for the floodgates to fully open, d2.

        Yes, an exclamation point at the end of my name would help! 🙂

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    • cali says:

      @MakeAmericaGreat: This jives with Q who said that there are many good white hats across those agencies that plotted the coup against the president.
      The black hats/bad guys are the upper ranks while the majority of white hats are the lower ranks and field agents.

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      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        Makes sense, Cali.

        The white hats helped us before the election, as well (the Weiner laptop stuff, I think it was).

        There are true patriots in the bureaucracy who wants to see justice done.

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  5. William Bayer says:

    (1) In the video, Nunes mentioned the Trump Tower meeting with Russians, and wonders aloud about Glenn Simpson/Fusion GPS having been aware of the meeting, even though Simpson claimed not to be aware of it (which wouldn’t be the first lie Simpson told Congress).
    But I’ve yet to hear or read about anyone anywhere asking the first question that pops into MY mind, concerning where the FBI was during that Trump Tower meeting. The Russian lawyer and Russian lobbyist — who is former Russian military intelligence — are NOT the sort of tourists who can roam around the USA without the FBI knowing their whereabouts.
    I think the whole meeting was an FBI sting operation — which is to say UNLAWFUL attempted entrapment of people who were actually just minding their own business when someone told them they had dirt on Hillary.
    I’ve yet to hear or read ANYONE ask what the FBI was doing during that meeting.

    (2) I suppose the call for a second special counsel is well intended, however all of the people calling for a special counsel appear to be assuming that a responsible, honest DOJ prosecutor isn’t working along with the Inspector General, ready to apply the criminal statutes to any misconduct dug up by the IG.
    I think the time to call for a special counsel would be after the IG issues his report, IF Sessions doesn’t quickly pursue criminal indictments.
    The best possible outcome of all of this would be if the DOJ and FBI turn out to be capable of cleaning their OWN house, instead of having to bring in someone from the outside to do it for them.

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    • brh82 says:

      I seriously doubt cleaning their own house is possible…..they don’t believe they are dirty, and none are going to step out of line and call attention to the dirt on another. They are “world-renowned”,we keep being told, “revered” even, and who besides Pam Bondi would have the chutzpah to charge anyone at all. Then she would be stripped, shagged and boiled in oil as a stooly for Trump.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      That is fine, but how do the DOJ investigative people investigate those involved at the Dept of State? How are those who have already quit/retired investigated or questioned?
      There are more involved than just those in the DOJ-FBI. What about those in different jurisdictions? Does the DOJ IG investigate those outside D.C.?

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “I think the whole meeting was an FBI sting operation — which is to say UNLAWFUL attempted entrapment of people who were actually just minding their own business when someone told them they had dirt on Hillary.
      I’ve yet to hear or read ANYONE ask what the FBI was doing during that meeting”

      The entire operation was. Think about it, Trump Tower, The information about George Papadopolus in a London bar (with someone with Clinton connections, etc.) was an elaborate frame-up job.
      The “Insurance Policy”

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  6. Another Scott says:

    if the Democrats win back the house in November Nunes will no longer be the chairman of the HPSCI. Schiff could be the chairman and he’s already put out a plan to continue and expand the Russia collusion witchhunt. That’s a grim prospect. The elections in November are really important.

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    • That is why this scandal should have been treated as the Manhattan Project from day one. It involves the very heart of our democratic process, and should have had the highest priority. Agents should have been told to drop investigating ranchers or financial crimes, and brought in to form the biggest task force ever. Had this been fast-tracked with overwhelming resources, then we would not have lived through this MuellerDrama that has seriously harmed the President, his staff, his family, and our country.

      I hope that the dam is finally breaking in a bigger way than a dozen firings or reassignments within the DOJ. Because letting the black hats retain this much impact on our politics has really threatened our future.

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      • Andy says:

        Agree 100%. There should have been an independent criminal investigation from day one. Firing, suspending, transferring a few corrupt FBI people will have no effect on the voter. It will be seen as a neutral act because people don’t identify the FBI as Democrat or Republican.

        The investigation that’s critical is of Hillary, the DNC, Simpson and Fusion, Steele, the Ohrs, the State Dept, Lynch and Yates, and especially Obama. The investigation of those people could have de-motivated the Democrat voter. But Sessions has put all his marbles into a meaningless (in terms of the election) IG investigation that will indict no one. As a result, the Democrat voter is still highly motivated. And with Trump’s net approval rating at -14, November is shaping up to be a disaster.

        Trump should have let Sessions go last year when he asked for and got Sessions to submit a letter of resignation. But Grassley threatened not to hold confirmations hearings on a new AG, and Trump backed off. Hopefully the rumor that Trump will fire Sessions and replace him with Scott Pruitt is true. Pruitt will not be recused and will know what to do. Unfortunately, it may be too late.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “That is why this scandal should have been treated as the Manhattan Project from day one.”

        Perhaps it could have been, IF the MSM was practicing real journalism. Several MSM organizations are now defacto outlets for the “deep state” operatives trying to overthrow this Presidency by any means possible.

        However, the infection of corruption has probably spread too far in the bureaucracy, so Team Trump chose not to go that route. Here we are today, probably preparing for a series of minor surgeries instead of major amputations. .

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    • farrier105 says:

      If the Democrats continue it, and for months and years find NOTHING, it will eventually cost them. Most people don’t give a damn about it now, especially the steel workers who suddenly got rehired after years of losing hope.

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  7. Trump has been hamstrung on appointments. One speculation is that while Cabinet appointments require senate approval, movement between positions does not. Moving Pompeo to State subjects CIA Torture Queen to public expose and firing with cause. Meanwhile, former AG for Oklahoma, Scott Pruitt has cleaned EPA, adjusted to depth of swamp and is immediate drop-in for Magoo Sessions.

    Treepers should visit > Aim4Truth(.)org

    “Obama Hired Us….Trump Can’t Fire Us”….on the Senior Executive Service, grooming deep state players like Wray and Horowitz

    “Timeline of Evil”….on source code patent theft for social media frontmen Schmidt, Zucky, Bezo, Musk and more

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  8. Scout says:

    The PDJT camp in Congress needs to give Mueller a short period to put up or shut up.

    A President under impeachment threat for his entire 4 year term was the aim of the Republicans.

    Remember, it only happened because the Republican UniParty couldn’t wait to vote for Mueller.
    It was /is their way of getting rid of Trump.

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  9. joshua says:

    How about a Special Council to investigate the First Special Council Mueller? There is where the on going corruption is living big time. Break open THOSE files and make them PUBLIC….since there is NO CRIME…then there is no right of non public disclosure….an investigation into ethics or mal performance is not the same as a secret criminal investigation.

    Build the Wall….drain the swamp….clean out the CIA, FBI, State Dept, HHS, VA, DEA, and Justice Department.

    Corruption and unethical partisan and ideological malfeasance EVERYWHERE.

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  10. Doc Moore says:

    A couple of weeks ago Nunes sent 10 questions to a number of “ranking” officials. They had till March 2nd to answer or they would be subpoenaed. Many did not answer, we were told. Then it went dead silent. WHERE ARE ALL THE SUBPOENAS? There needs to be pressure on this guy to follow thru. He seems to be one of the few hopes this nation has, and if he fails to do what he says he will do…he loses all power and credibility.

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  11. Sundance and this site are my go-to in all maters political but I am wondering if there are any comparable sites explaining the Democrats perspective with FACTS. I know this may be an exercise in futility, but since I don’t watch the talking heads, read newspapers, and local left radio is nonexistent, I loose balance and become angry. Not the cold anger that is useful or rage which is destructive , just angry.

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  12. Louie says:

    A curiosity about Robert Mueller. He and Rod Rosenstein met with President Trump the day before the appointment as special counsel. It was reported that the meeting was an interview for the FBI position. Now, FBI directors are term limited to 10 years, and Congress acted to extend Mueller for an additional 2. I do not know if he is eligible to serve as Director and if he isn’t, what was the meeting really about?

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    • JK says:

      That is another KEY question in this whole jigsaw puzzle.

      Adam Schiff now losing confidence in Mueller suggests that there is more to this whole Mueller thing than we know.

      The other KEY question is who was using Samantha Powers ID to do all of the unmasking of the Trump campaign. Susan Rice / Valerie Jarrett / our boy Barack ???

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    • Paul Killinger says:

      To blow smoke at Trump so they could finalize their Impeachment plans for him.

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  13. Jane Smith says:

    Mueller still hasn’t found the crime that his special council was convened for.
    He needs to find something that can be used to impeach 45.
    He needs a wider net.
    Glad I wasn’t a DJT kindergarten teacher…Mueller will be looking at them next.

    We’ll know by 5 PM today whether or not Sessions is part of the Swamp.
    If he doesn’t fire McCabe, Sessions is a Swamp Thing who was in on the Witch Hunt from the beginning.

    If Sessions doesn’t fire McCabe by 5 PM today,
    Trump should fire Sessions, Rosenstein, and Mueller at 5:01 PM.

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  14. JK says:

    I find this whole McCabe pension thing to be very interesting.
    Obviously McCabe knew that his pension was in jeopardy from the point that Wray removed him. And from PDJT tweet about “90 days to go”
    Why is he “begging” now…. at zero hour ?
    Has McCabe been spilling his guts to the IG / special prosecutor and the “begging for pension” story been leaked just to put certain (Obama) people off ?

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  15. joshua says:

    WASHINGTON (AP) — With his retirement slated for Sunday, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe pleaded for his job at the Justice Department on Thursday, hoping to forestall his firing.

    Disciplinary officials at the FBI have recommended that Justice Department bosses fire McCabe, a frequent target of President Donald Trump’s criticism, ahead of his scheduled retirement. The termination, after more than 20 years on the job, could jeopardize his pension benefits.

    McCabe was inside the Justice Department building with his lawyer to plead against the termination, according to a person familiar with the matter who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss a private conversation.

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    • Paul Killinger says:

      That’s precisely the problem with Sessions. This decision should have been finalized days (or even weeks or months ago).

      Regardless of what happens today, it’s long past time for him to “gracefully retire.”

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  16. DanO64 says:

    Get a rope.

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  17. tampa2 says:

    Let’s keep in mind Nunes did NOT interview Priestap, Strzok, Ohr and Page as scheduled, yet had referred to certain facts (e.g. Ohr was told by Steele he didn’t want DJT to become president) about Priestap and Ohr in the memo. SOMEBODY was/is talking to these people. “More informants coming forth” are those most likely implicated by them.

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  18. KBR says:

    With Nunes being from California, and with the Dem-machine operatives so strongly gunning against him, Nunes might need to see to his race right now? Is his district still “solidly Republican” and enough so to overcome the cheating of Dems in California?

    Just wondering.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      Rep. Peter King will be taking the hot seat so Rep. Nunes can cool off a little while Rep. King conducts his own “witch hunt “(Muslim investigation/hearings pending).

      BHO met with Muslim brotherhood more than his Cabinet and Dem. lawmakers combined to stick them everywhere he could.

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  19. Paul Killinger says:

    Should Sessions not fire McCabe today, it’s time for him to GO!

    The new acting AG can move quickly to appoint a 2nd Special Counsel, and deal with Rosenstein and Mueller’s out-of-control investigation as appropriate.

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    • Paul Killinger says:

      And the President should then tell McConnell if he doesn’t bust the Senate’s filibuster rule to confirm his appointments en bloc, he’ll EXPOSE them, too.

      The “House Republicans” letter in support of Lamb in PA was the last straw for me. It’s time to have it out and clear the air NOW!

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  20. Paul Killinger says:

    The time to end the hopelessly biased SHAM Mueller/Rosenstein investigation is right now, or next they’ll be subpoenaing Donald’s grades from prep school.

    Then the FBI Director (or his successor) can tell the criminals on his staff to “put your hands behind your backs,” while he reads them their rights. And don’t kid yourself, they know exactly who they are!

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  21. golsono says:

    Trying to log back in to wordpress.
    Seems my last resort is to make a comment, and see if that will work.
    Can’t login any other method I’ve tried

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    • brh82 says:

      golsono , don’t give up. I’ve been fighting the Word press system for months and it keeps changing, as to what it takes to be able to comment and/or like. Keep trying to do both and eventually it will magically happen and then you are left to wonder what YOU did that suddenly made it happen. Pundits here will tell you to clear your cache and switch to another browser, as if either would take you just a second! I did both and neither worked. I used to be able to get automatic log in. Now I have to type name log in and wait for the take and then type the password and wait. Maddening! But it isn’t as if we have an alternative site. This IS truly the last refuge.

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  22. beigun says:

    Sen. Grassley seems a lot like the old Sen. Sam Ervin, a hero of Watergate. While a Democrat, Sam Ervin’s role in Watergate was seen as non-partisan since the nation believed he was an “old country lawyer” and not a politico. Ervin used common sense that Americans could relate to, just as Sen. Grassley is using the same home-grown Iowa logic to persuade the nation; “You don’t have the fox guard the hen house!” Howard Baker joined Sam Ervin and the two helped the nation heal and overcome the worst Constitutional Crisis of the modern era.

    Where the hell is a Democrat of Howard Baker’s stature?

    Rep. Nunes also reminds one of another Californian who uncovered a caper involving the Russians as well…Dick Nixon and the film in the pumpkin espionage blockbuster. Nunes can be Governor of California, unlike Nixon…and man, does Cali need Nunes in Sacramento!!

    The greatest role to be played in this saga is perhaps from the one most silent…waiting for his time in history:

    “Ode to Jeff Sessions”

    Jeff Sessions, quiet as ‘Bama Possum
    Laying Low by the Creek
    Looks like he be Sleepin’
    No one knows 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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