Very Interesting – Devin Nunes Interviewed by Jesse Waters…

Sometimes the most interesting and fresh insight comes from placing an atypical interviewer with a subject of strong interest.  This interview by Jesse Waters of Devin Nunes is one such example.  Really good interview, extracting a surprising amount of insight and perspective:

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217 Responses to Very Interesting – Devin Nunes Interviewed by Jesse Waters…

  1. Summer says:

    Nunes is pissed.

    Liked by 14 people

  2. HBD says:

    I’ll be so happy when people have to start posting bail money.

    Liked by 12 people

  3. wheatietoo says:

    Nunes has been brutal on the enemedia lately…no fear and not holding back.

    Interesting that he mentioned “The way that the media makes their money has totally changed.”

    In other words…they’re being paid to put forth false narratives for the Left.

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  4. Hayden M says:

    I’m proud of Nunes. Seems like a really honorable guy.

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  5. Minnie says:

    Thank you for this timely post, Sundance.

    Per Congressman Nunes – over 100 leaks! “that we believe didn’t come from the Republican side”

    “It happened (the FISA abuse), it happened, there is no debate on that”

    “There’s definitely a cover up going on, the question is by who”

    “We’re looking at the State Department”

    Hopes to have investigations wrapped up by mid-terms.

    GET OUT AND VOTE, PEOPLE!

    Insightful and enlightening.

    This interview was just what I needed to set me straight.

    Gratitude.

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  6. NJF says:

    Ha I just got home & im watching the replay of this show. He just interviewed Felix Nadar, and it’s amazing that they are trying to spin this guy’s relationship with POTUS as a smoking gun. FWIW this guy doesn’t seem to have an ax to grind against POTUS.

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  7. fleporeblog says:

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  8. What Nunes said about the media is not news to us. It will be mind blowing when the garden variety liberals finally understand the amount of manipulation and brainwashing that has occurred.

    I really respect Devin Nunes. He is articulate and sharp. Very Trumpian.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “when the garden variety liberals finally understand the amount of manipulation and brainwashing that has occurred.”

      For the majority of them, I think they will never really comprehend it. Unless they believe the gospel of the grace of God, I think they will remain in some state of denial.

      2Corinthians 4:3 But if our gospel be hid, it is hid to them that are lost:
      4 In whom the god of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not, lest the light of the glorious gospel of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine unto them.

      1Corinthians 15:3 For I delivered unto you first of all that which I also received, how that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures;
      4 And that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day according to the scriptures:

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  9. Turranos says:

    Yes, Nunes is very frustrated, but that is one of the coolest interviews ever with him. Both of them did a brilliant job and it was such a relaxed friendly manner that lead Nunes to say more than he usually would.

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  10. sunnydaze says:

    Nunes refuses to talk with MSM – until they stop lying. (which we know won’t happen).

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    • mariner says:

      Wow.

      There’s a Republican politician with two brain cells, and it appears they both work.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “Nunes refuses to talk with MSM – until they stop lying”

      For the most part, I would like to see most people on PDJT’s team refuse to go on these Sunday shows, etc.There is no constitutional reason for them to do so. Ditto for the daily press briefings over JFK’s former swimming pool.

      The economic team is another story, to pitch their plan to the American people. I see no reason to go on shows to be ambushed, like what happened to Sen. Marco Rubio and Dana Loesch recently with CNN.

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    • calbear84 says:

      Best damn decision he will ever make. Give more interviews with guys like Jessie Waters!

      Liked by 9 people

      • mopar2016 says:

        Nunes says he won’t do interviews with people that have lied about him.
        Not until they retract their lies and intentional misrepresentations.
        I think that’s good policy, and I wish that more people would do the same.

        Enough is enough, “one strike and you’re out” sounds like good policy.

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  11. wheatietoo says:

    “…fresh insight comes from placing an atypical interviewer…”
    ___

    Totally agree, Sundance, about Jesse Watters.
    He acts like a young goofball…but he’s really very intelligent.

    Jesse’s goofy image enables him to sort of sneak up on people and ask them very pointed questions.
    And surprisingly, they usually give him very candid answers!

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  12. sunnydaze says:

    Nunes speaks about the danger of the Dem base being motivated to vote, if the Repub base is not.

    FIRST Repub I’ve heard mention this.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      sunnydaze, even Trump has said this. You win once and next time you just stay home thinking it will just happen without your vote. This thinking is NOT logical and amazes me when people should get out and vote but decide there is no problem, so they don’t.

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      • 17CatsInTN says:

        I attribute that to at least 3 things: laziness, lack of critical thinking, fools. I’m sure there are other reasons, but those are my top 3.

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        • pacnwbel says:

          17cats, and the republican party too, most of whom are only too quick to disagree with the President’s policies.They let opportunities slip through their fingers. It seems they prefer to please their paymasters rather than their constituents. How much better the voting turnout would be if voters felt their candidate was truly working in their interests ?

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    • JimmyJack says:

      I honestly think this is a very big threat. Not just for the usual reason complacency but bc we need an overwhelming show at the polls to destroy and fractional vote shaving that is going on. They will impeach and remove him if they can and we can’t even count on Reps to save him either.

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    • PatriotKate says:

      My Congressman’s office warned about this. I call about once every couple of weeks and the Aid in his office said that “Republicans don’t call when they are in power” and that’s not good. It concerns me then that Republicans won’t get out and vote in the mid-terms.

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  13. Summer says:

    When I watched the Watters World tonight, the only thing that really got my attention was Nunes saying that Page and Strzok were still on the list to be interviewed.
    He wants all this done before midterms so the information will be out even if the DoJ keeps on stalling and stonewalling.

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    • Kenji says:

      Yep, the slime ball Dem’s are playing … run out the clock … until they WIN the midterms (they believe, with help from their lickspittle pollsters) and put an end to Trump and all these annoying pro-Trump Republicans … and make the Repub’s get back into the GOPe penalty box.

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      • Summer says:

        That’s why I cringe when someone says “Patience! Patience! It takes time blah, blah…”

        We do not have time. Nunes understands that. It’s now or never.

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        • Hoosier says:

          It is now. The Big Ugly has begun.

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          • MR13 says:

            Limited time at best. Conservative base will not vote if indictments will not roll before mid-terms – I bet even before beginning of summer. And you really can’t blame them – it’s been almost 2 years since the last election – time for justice is now!!

            If Demoncrats take over the House, everything grinds to a halt, fake leaks about Trump presidency amplify even more – difficult to imagine anything in regards to HRC and Obozo’s dirty dealings comes to light by then.

            Time is precious, time is now!! Independents need to know the depth of past administration corruption. And it has to be 10, 20, or 40 demoncrats and their agents getting inpounded at once, slow drip, drip just makes it easier to deflect this as political game.

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        • Apollo says:

          Amen! Time is short. I’m glad the investigations have been done carefully, but we need indictments by fall.

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      • Convert says:

        Exactly. They can be that brazen because they own the media and the GOP leadership. Have you seen McConnell and Ryan out condemning the horrendous actions of McCabe and his media minions? Defending Trump, his family and his campaign from these corrosive lies and slander? No. The hope of cleaning up this mess is grassroots. And by the way, Nunes should be the Speaker of the House. He’s worthy.

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    • The Boss says:

      Early last month it was evident that S&P are cooperating with someone who likely has prosecutorial power, as opposed to the House or the OIG who can only make criminal referrals. SD posted a great article to this effect. Hence S&P are still “on the list” to be interviewed. My guess is their interviews will never be held by Nunes’ committee for two reasons. First, because they are cooperating witnesses in one or many criminal investigations, and second; to prevent little Adam Schiff from learning what S&P know and sharing it with his co-conspirators.

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      • Summer says:

        The OIG must notify the AG and a local US attorney when they uncover a potential crime so the local US attorney is that not-so-mysterious figure who is involved with the investigations, by law.
        We don’t know if anyone (except for Priestap, perhaps) is cooperating, we don’t know if Schiff or other Swamp dwellers have someone in the “intelligence community” leaking information about what the witnesses say if they say anything at all or if they are even being asked. It is all speculation.

        The OIG has 500 employees. The vast majority of these career employees are D.C. Swamp, guaranteed. Until I see indictments, every one in DoJ and FBI is an enemy. No one is to be trusted. And I really mean no one.

        Remember, McCabe was fired only because someone leaked the recommendation.

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        • The Boss says:

          McCabe was fired for lying.

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          • The Boss says:

            And BTW, McCabe and hid lawyer knew a long time ago this was coming.

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          • PatriotKate says:

            And should be charged with Perjury, because he also lied under oath.

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            • brh82 says:

              I learned today that McCabe also instructed his staff to write false anti-Trump 302’s (field notes). It’s sooooo hard to believe anyone who held his job could be so stupid as to chop off his own feet. The hatred of Trump is way beyond just simple hate; these corrupt folks must be collecting huge bribes that Trump is (or will be) ending.

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        • conway poppa says:

          The DOJ cannot be in the loop prematurely because of Rosenstein. He is one of the worst swamp critters. He would immediately get any planned actions ‘leaked’, or at least notify his fellow vermin of actions to be taken.

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  14. Mickey Wasp says:

    Any Lurking Lawyers here or Sundance / Fellow Treepers … got a question.
    It has been reported that (lets say perpetrators, so I don’t have to name them all) several at the FBI and DOJ that went before the FISA Court to obtain ‘warrants’ with knowingly using fabricated evidence, i.e. ‘The Dossier’ …
    Now, if these ‘perpetrators’ are charged, tried and convicted for using known fabricated evidence. Does it put their other obtained convictions of others, that were obtained via a FISA Court ‘warrant’ in jeopardy’..?

    Seems to me – if I was a convicted criminal serving time and one of the ‘named perpetrators’ used a FISA Court to gain a warrant that ended in conviction. I could use that for a re-trial…

    That is why – IMO – the White Hats are focusing on LEAKS … no fabricated evidence there.

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    • Minnie says:

      Excellent question, Mickey, but I don’t have an answer.

      In the same vein, however, what happens to all the Executive Fiats of Obunghole (he with his phone and golden pen) once his legacy is blown up?

      If every action that traitorous POS committed while in The People’s House is reversed, then ostinkcare will become obsolete, yes?

      Our health insurance system was royally screwed when that usurper in chief got involved.

      “Health Insurance for everyone” my arse!

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      • Mickey Wasp says:

        What one has to remember – there is a difference between an Executive Action (EA) and Executive Order (EO) and legislative law.
        ACA (Obamacare) is legislative law, thus it is up to Congress to send a bill to President Trumps desk that does away with ACA. However, President Trump can do away with Obama’s EA’s and EO’s, by his own pen. The caveat, some of Obama’s, as any President, EO/EA have a ‘sunset’ on them, i.e. DACA …

        Please feel free to elaborate or clarify or correct.

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        • wheatietoo says:

          We would be in uncharted territory…since no other President has been found ‘ineligible’ to be President, and thus nullified as a result.

          It would be a Fraud Upon The Nation.

          In theory, though, I have heard constitutional ‘experts’ say that all of Ozero’s legislative accomplishments would be left ‘bare’…without a valid signature.

          So that would mean that anything Ozero signed, would be left without a valid signature.
          The Bills, the EO’s…everything…would no longer be valid.

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          • pyromancer76 says:

            This is exactly what I think should happen. He was ineligible. Search all the ways the Dems wiggled and squirmed out of actually declaring by signing that he was eligible. That will tell you a whole lot about who knew. The entire 8 years — nullified.

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          • Mickey Wasp says:

            This is something that I believe President Trump will address in the latter part of his second term.

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          • kroesus says:

            also Kagan and Sotomayor would be removed from office…..the big danger here is as Bammy WAS illegal all military activity during the time he was CoC is technically illegal as well opening ALL the military up to war crimes prosecution

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            • Pat Frederick says:

              what about the 9th Circus Court? Did Obama appoint any of them, cuz man that would be awesome to see them out!

              But if you think about, evidence that Obama was ineligible to be POTUS, could be the very thing that Nunes saw in the SCIF that disturbed him to the core…8 years of fraud perpetrated on the American people…

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          • MR13 says:

            Obozo is not on the plate to be served yet. His image in the public eye is too clean.

            One has to target his minions – VJ, EH, SP – bring them down first. Let Obozo glory rot from the inside out.

            And remember, this is not about past and now, this is about the future – Kamala Harris or someone like her is being prepped as next ‘globalist tabula rasa’ for president.

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        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          Without the Individual Mandate’s Tax, Obamacare Should Fall Apart in Court

          https://www.dailysignal.com/2018/03/15/without-the-individual-mandate-obamacare-should-fall-apart-in-court/

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          • wheatietoo says:

            Unfortunately…the part that forces Employers to provide Healthcare Insurance is still in force.
            This is what has killed jobs, caused reduced hours and forced companies to avoid reaching that ’50’ employees mark.

            So ZeroCare is still hurting us…just not quite as much.
            As long as the Employer Mandate is in place, there is little hope of prices going down.

            It will continue to hurt the Economy until it is repealed.

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        • Minnie says:

          Thank you all for your responses.

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        • kroesus says:

          forgot bureaucratic protocol or regulation which is what Johnson’s “Executive Memo” was technically……you know the one that enacted DACA w/o Congress and somehow PDJT cannot now rescind according to courts in MD and CA

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    • MM says:

      I would think that many lawyers are watching this closely and will do exactly what you surmised as any lawyer worth his salt would do for a client….

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    • wheatietoo says:

      I don’t think there is a ‘law’ that automatically grants criminals a new trial, if the prosecutors or investigators that put them in jail, are convicted of falsifying evidence in a separate case.

      I’m not a lawyer…but I’ve seen and read others say that this could be a real problem.

      What it will boil down to, is the criminals themselves…or their attorneys…seeing this as an opportunity to get their convictions vacated.
      Due to the ‘double jeopardy’ law, I don’t know if they would be tried again.

      Personally, I think that a lot of criminals would jump on this and use it to get out of jail.

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      • MM says:

        If they see an opening they will try to get out of jail and who knows some may have been railroaded into jail…. Look what McCabe did to Robin Greetz (not sure of last name). If McCabe changed 302 on Mike Flynn interview any case he had anything to do with could be questioned…

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        • wheatietoo says:

          Oh yeah, there could actually be some wrongful convictions that should be vacated.

          With this bunch? …Yeah, there’s a good chance there are.

          And even if this becomes a ‘problem’ with the prior convictions that were rightful and not corrupted…we should still indict these O-team operatives!

          This is NOT a reason to let these guys off the hook.

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          • MM says:

            Agree send them to trial regardless…. Even if as a taxpayer we get nailed by someone that they had convicted of a crime…. They probably broke many people that were trying to defend themselves… Comey and McCabe seem to have vindictive personalities….

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            • Deplorable_Infidel says:

              Mueller pulled all the Islamic Jihad training materials out of use AND destroyed the database containing about 50,000 people in the USA that the Bureau was keeping an eye on as being possible terrorists.

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              • Mickey Wasp says:

                Was that a ‘stand-alone’ action by Mueller or was he directed by his superior?
                Mueller above all else is a Marine – he follows orders. Maybe, this is his chance to follow his new Commander-in-Chief and bring down the whole deep state…

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                • conway poppa says:

                  Mueller had long since put aside his Marine training in lieu of a promise of high position in the NWO. He is now in the vanguard position of protecting the arses of himself and all other co-conspirators in the seditious act of over-throwing a duly elected sitting President. If this is allowed to happen America as we know it will no longer exist.

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                • mopar2016 says:

                  Mueller IS the deep state.

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      • Mickey Wasp says:

        Lets unpackage this one step further .. The FBI / DOJ don’t do ‘misdemeanors’ (so to say) they go after heavy hitters with deep pockets – very deep pockets. IMO – the ‘double jeopardy’ doesn’t come into play, because it is the Defendant requesting a new trial, due to the FBI investigator and DOJ attorney that tried their case has been found to use ‘fabricated evidence’ … How does one know that they did not do the same ‘with me’ (Defendant).

        Just think, the FBI / DOJ go after huge banks, corporations, etc… and are awarded multi-millions in fines. Now, lets say I’m a CEO / CFO of a large institution that Eric Holder or Loretta Lynch strong-armed and cost my investors / stock holders millions and now I have a chance at a ‘get back’ – oh yea – I’m Coming…

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        • MM says:

          Yep and I can’t say I blame them.. Eric Holder was extorting money from some of these guys and then giving it to the groups that are hell bent and determined to ruin this country….

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        • wheatietoo says:

          Not all of the cases are “heavy hitters with deep pockets”…there is a pretty wide range of Federal crimes that the FBI/DOJ prosecutes.

          The FBI was involved in the Bundy Ranch case, remember.

          But yeah, it could be a big problem.
          Even if they try to claim that the ‘corruption’ was only limited to a few…defense lawyers could argue that the whole FBI was corrupted as a result of the actions of these few.

          Still, I don’t think this should be a reason to NOT go after these weasels.
          We have to Restore the Rule of Law.

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          • Mickey Wasp says:

            Oh no – don’t get me wrong. I’m totally on board with prosecuting the weasels to the full extent of the law – bury them and take their coats.

            That is why I believe the prosecutions will come from avenues, such as leaking classified material and not following FBI / DOJ protocol / policy / procedure. AG Sessions and FBI Dir Wray, whom I have complete confidence in, knows these rules and laws and I do not see him letting this fall into a fiasco.

            They will come after the perpetrators for the LEAKS, which includes the media.

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        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          “Just think, the FBI / DOJ go after huge banks, corporations, etc… and are awarded multi-millions in fines.”

          HSBC got nailed for laundering drug money and paid 1,2 Billion fine. No one went to jail because it was CIA drug money.
          Hong Kong Shanghai Banking Corporation started out laundering the money from the Chinese opium dens back in the 1800’s.

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      • Mickey Wasp says:

        One has to also incorporate the “Good Faith” clause.
        Did the FBI / DOJ officials use ‘good faith’ if it can be proven that they knowingly use fabricated / ill-gotten evidence … ?

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        • Craig from Scotland says:

          @Mickey Wasp

          Great comments.

          Just to add another issue which I think has been overlooked.
          Steele was a contracted FBI informant, and to achieve this there must have been a thorough validation process with reference to source intel, the means to receive intel, the practicalities etc, all signed off at executive level of FBI.

          FBI would then be controllers and/or handlers of Steele as an informant, FBI would very much direct Steele as to the types of information to be ingathered.

          Worth thinking about re coup attempt.

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          • Mickey Wasp says:

            If I am reading you correctly. IMO that leads to the FBI either knowingly that the ‘evidence’ is fabricated or they were duped. The latter giving them an ‘out’. The former being that they actively ‘lead’ Steele – which is possibly closer to the truth.

            What I am advocating is the solid charges and convictions of the FBI / DOJ by any means that does not allow them or others off the hook. And not expensing on the American taxpayer any more than necessary. Convictions … Jail Time.

            Use this analogy – A person is charged with a crime that carries 20 years and is convicted and has other charges. Why go through the process of other charges that only carry 5 years that will be run concurrent.

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            • Craig from Scotland says:

              @Mickey Wasp

              In my view the duped argument is not applicable.
              Handler [FBI] directed informant [Steele] to ingather certain types information. FBI can’t be duped if this type of information is requested.

              And there would be a documented plan with reference to this informant, particularly as a foreign national and certainly as ‘former’ MI6.
              ———————

              I agree with bringing unethical, partisan DOJ / FBI officials to book but I’m not sure a court of law is the best or winnable place for that.
              Also, in the last few months both departments have been rightly purged.

              The Court of Public Opinion is where it’s at and what these people are afraid of.
              Transparency is accountability.

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        • graphiclucidity says:

          That’s what they’ll claim, of course. Other evidence may prove otherwise (texts, testimony, etc.).

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    • amwick says:

      Judge Jeanine(and others) has mentioned poison fruit, poison tree… more than once… that and something I stumbled over called a Giglio defense…. both may be applicable, but an actual lawyer would have a better perspective.

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  15. fleporeblog says:

    Rep. Devin Nunes reminded me of my tweets from yesterday!

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  16. Mickey Wasp says:

    Are the LEAKERS starting to turn / flip … ?

    Sara A. Carter‏ @SaraCarterDC
    McCabe’s singing. Comey is one song. Should be interesting what else he has to say. There’s more here than just leaking…

    McCabe just made life tough for Comey and the special counsel
    By Jonathan Turley – opinion contributor
    “McCabe appears to be suggesting that Comey was consulted before the alleged leak to the media on the Clinton investigation. Many of us had speculated that it seemed unlikely McCabe would take such a step without consulting with Comey. Yet, Comey repeatedly stated that he had never leaked nor caused anyone to leak information to the media.”
    http://thehill.com/opinion/judiciary/378919-mccabe-just-made-life-tough-for-comey-and-the-special-counsel

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    • Chickficshun says:

      McCabe isnt singing. He sent a warning to Comey. Comey came thru, Comey tweeted his support. McCabe knew this was coming. Comey probably helped him with his memos.

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      • Mickey Wasp says:

        How can Comey come through – when he threw Bill Preisap under the bus, lied to Senator Grassley, leaked to the NYT’s and allowed changes to his ‘new Hillary revelations’ … McCabe said he – CLEARED HIS LEAKING from Comey.

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  17. NJF says:

    Oh Lordy.

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  18. terry says:

    The money quote to me is
    when Nunes said he is scared
    for the country in regards to what
    is going to happen moving forward
    from here.

    This means (to me anyway)
    that he knows indictments
    are next after OIG report is released.

    How are the criminal MSM
    and the delusional leftist crazies
    going to react to that?

    How will they react when the jig is up
    and reality sets in?

    It will be fascinating to say the least!

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  19. Owtolunch says:

    The republicans better get out and vote this year or it will be all over. All these folks wo violated the rules will walk & the Democrats and take over the house. It would end any future Trump agenda. See the article on Cambridge Analytica and their mining of Facebook data of American Voters

    Also see Guardian article

    https://www.theguardian.com/news/2018/mar/17/data-war-whistleblower-christopher-wylie-faceook-nix-bannon-trump

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    • MM says:

      So facebook was working for the Clinton Campaign!

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      • pyromancer76 says:

        Of course. Every single social media corp was working against the American people, the American Republic and Candidate Trump. They still are and need to be taken to the legal woodshed for their “restraint of trade” and monopoly practices.

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    • Keebler ac says:

      Imo, it’s hogwash about Cambridge Analytyica winning Brexit and 2016. FB is trying to elevate it’s status as data source through the Guardian to sell data and ad space There is no secret panacea with some pink haired kid at the helm

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    • RLC2 says:

      See also the Nudge Team imported from the UK, run by Cass Sunstein

      Guess who created “Orca” the micro-targeting database credited for Obama’s win in 2012, and whose CEO consulted at the Board level for HRC.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      What a crock!

      Facebook and Google are the biggest ‘Data Miners’ on the planet.
      They gather our personal information and sell it to…anyone…anyone who will pay their price for it.

      So it’s okay when Big Leftists do it?
      But it’s “bad” when a conservative-owned research company does it too?

      Fakebook & Google take it even further…by engaging in Censorship of anything that challenges their leftist propaganda!

      Cambridge Analytica doesn’t do that.

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      • MM says:

        They might not want to open this can of worms……. I’d like nothing more than to see Schimdt and Zukerburg go down in flames.. Oh and Jack Dorsey at twitter………

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      • chrystalia99 says:

        With all due respect Wheatie– they do that. CA does some extremely not nice stuff when it comes to mass perception management, and Mercer’s work in the field is light years ahead of everyone else. Their parent company SCL is quite proud of their record when it comes to “sweeping social change”– and regime change. People who follow / work with psychographic segmentation and mass perception management (and those of us in trend prediction and related fields) call SCL “coups R Us”. I was writing about them during the election on my blog, and will be again once I am done sorting out the whole story of exactly what role SCL played in the Ukraine and the Crimea and on whose behalf, and exactly how Michael Flynn is tied to them getting their gov’t contracts. It’s tough going, given that FOIA request RE: SCL are automatically denied of course.

        However, the primary reasons I stopped writing about the latest antics of the PS and mass perception management crowd were yet another surprise audit, and a rather unpleasant visit from some mean people in black suits. I have no desire to end up on the receiving end of a Patriot Act vacation in club fed without due process.

        So, I am being vewwy vewwy quiet– and will be moving to Alaska in a few weeks. Travelling by road, cash only.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      The UNIParty wants to INVESTIGATE, SHAKE DOWN and TAKE DOWN anyone and anything that was involved in the WINNING TRUMP Campaign, so it cannot be used in 2018 or 2020. They know they are toast, and this is part of their RESIST Movement.

      Makes no bones, I believe this is also being fed by the Witch Hunt in the Special Counsel’s office. They are tearing apart everything having to do with the campaign so it Never.Happens.Again.

      Here’s another take.

      https://www.engadget.com/2018/03/17/facebook-cambridge-analytica-data-analysis-chris-wylie/

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    • mopar2016 says:

      The little twinkie with pink hair and a ring through his nose.
      Not impressed.

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  20. Dauntless says:

    It was never publicly announced, but the person that replaced Rachel Brand (#3 at the DOJ behind Rosenstien)United States Associate Attorney Genera is a young Republican from Florida named Jesse Panuccio. If Rosenstein gets fired Jesse would move into his spot?
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesse_Panuccio

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  21. Political rats only turn on one another when they see fellow rats suffer serious consequence. Many we seem to see as these rats don’t have the backbone to suffer the consequence for their actions. They will turn but first they have to see the hammer fall…. hard.

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  22. fred5678 says:

    Scott Adams uses the two angry old men in the balcony on the Muppet Show to satirze Brennan and Clapper.

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    • RLC2 says:

      Don’t sip that cup…deeper and deeper, way down, the moment I say lets have some of this delicious coffee you will become the sexiest man alive…and
      DANCE!

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  23. tav144 says:

    Aaaand there’s the confirmation…. Strzok and Page haven’t been interviewed by HPSCI, so their reported statements (and the Ohr’s, etc) we’re made to the IG and likely an assigned DOJ prosecutor.

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  24. robert granholm says:

    Nunes reminds us of the importance of Virtue in our public servants.

    Virtue is an indispensable character trait in those we elect. No constitutional separation of powers and checks and balances can fully protect the republic from the ill effects of corrupt politicians and bureaucrats. Elect virtuous representatives.

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  25. Scout says:

    That’s good stuff…. uncluttered, direct, clear thinking statements……Waters is a find. And he’s one of us. PDJT should think about an encounter, the Nunes thing of not talking to makers of Fake News should be standard operating procedure for all Trumpians.
    Stop talking to CNN, NBC etc… dry them up. The bitterness so created will be perfect politics.

    And Nunes…. this fellow must have a flaw somewhere….. someone’s going to tell me he’s a catastrophic anthropogenic global warmist, aren’t they.

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    • Dekester says:

      Indeed,

      Watters is very bright. I remember an interview he did wit PDJT last year at the W.H.

      It was relaxed, respectful and informative. PDJT warmly complimented Watters.

      God bless PDJT

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  26. crandew says:

    Waters is awesome, been watching him for a while now. Great interview.
    I know some people don’t trust Nunes, but I’m hopeful that he’ll get at least some of the truth out to the American people. Sucks that all this takes so long, and can you imagine how much money has been wasted now in all these investigations? Unbelievable. Trumps wall could have been built (at least started) with the money already wasted on the Mueller Investigation.

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  27. Sundance likes this Watters interview becauseWatters allows Nunes to make complete answers w/o interruption. Hannity and Ingram think their interruptions are the best part of their show.

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  28. Steadfast says:

    Jesse did a great job with this interview, and Nune’s is an American hero in my book for his work on that committee.

    I would be very happy to have Hillary have her statement “ they’ll hang us all if he wins !!” hold true, after the trials of course.

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  29. Dem-Smasher says:

    Communist News Networks love it when so called “Conservatives” and
    RINOs go on their shows because that’s how those networks get what
    little credibility they claim.

    They don’t get their cred by interviewing Libturd Commie Demoncrarats… They are on the same Commie team..

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  30. wtd says:

    Quoting Devin Nunes (R) On Russia Probe, FISA Abuse, Media Coverage ….video cued to quote:

    Representative Devin Nunes, (R): “All we can do is make criminal referrals and refer things to the justice department. we have no prosecutorial power.”

    Jesse Waters: “And that’s why people say we need a second special counsel. “

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    • Matthew LeBlanc says:

      Nunes agreed with Waters too

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    • Pat Frederick says:

      i used to think a second special counsel was a good idea too, but it seems the more i think about it, the worse it seems.
      Doesn’t a (normal) SC conduct most of its investigation in secret? Leaks are not forthcoming…so unless it is exceedingly swift there won’t be any information coming out of it for a long time. Which means the Democrats can continue to lie, hide and be corrupt thru the midterms.
      We need transparency—we need momentum to carry us thru the midterms…or we will face a different battlefield.

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      • Summer says:

        Any investigation is secret, not just a SC investigation. Any leaks about ongoing investigation are illegal. So, your argument is based on a false premise.

        I don’t particularly trust any Special Counsel, and you are right that it would take time before we see any outcome (although, Mueller was quick to indict Flynn, and we knew who he was targeting and harassing) but I trust the DoJ even less.

        Anyway, Rosenstein is running the show so… lower your expectations either way.

        (In a nutshell, both Comey and McCabe were punished by Rosenstein for making information concerning Hillary Clinton’s dubious activities public. The irony.)

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  31. Matthew LeBlanc says:

    Nunes is one of a handful of politicians that actually sounds normal when he speaks. Just makes you want to listen and pay close attention to what he is saying. What a refreshing change this man is. Salt of the earth. No wonder he is enemy #1 to so many on the left.

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  32. thedoc00 says:

    This begs the question that is hopefully is pursued by one of the more “conservative” news outlets. Will the Republican Party support Trump after he fires Mueller and Rosenstein? Mueller has crossed the Rubicon by going after Trump’s business financial records, because there will be some wrong doing in those records no matter how clean a business Trump worked to execute. This is now personal and Trump has no choice but to act.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Mueller has the choice of two favorable venues for issuing a Grand Jury Subpoena, New York or DC that will more than likely be forthcoming.

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      • thedoc00 says:

        Question for the legal beagles in the audience, which federal court covers Delaware in case Trump can claim incorporation in that state.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Never mind question does not even need to asked after looking at this mornings offerings on BB an Fox websites. The answer is a resounding NO. Trump is abut to enter uncharted waters The swamp republicans will not even support rally for firing of McCabe, they want hearings and McCabe to get his retirement.

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  33. missilemom says:

    Totally understand why Nunes has rejected going on MSM but he is very effective and consistent in his interviews. Rep Mike Conway from Intel Committee went on Meet the Press and was awful.

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  34. TwoLaine says:

    Did anyone else notice that Jesse calls AS Congressman Shift?! TOO Funny!

    Did you know AS’s wife’s name is Eve?

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  35. Don'tMessWithTeas says:

    I love Jesse and I am an old fart. I hope he appeals to younger people too. I love the fact that his family is Democrat and his mom actually marched in the Pu$$y parade the day after the inauguration. Don’t you know their holiday dinners are interesting?

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    • Annie says:

      Me too!!!..love Jesse and I am old! eee gads did not know about his Dem family and his Mom..yeah, family gathering must be very, very interesting..

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  36. Susan sanders says:

    Jesse Waters is becoming an excellent interviewer. And it helps that he has a subject as well spoken as Devin Nunes.

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  37. covfefe999 says:

    Is it just me or has Nunes really matured since Trump was elected. What he has seen is extremely sobering. We have only seen a portion of it. I share his concern about our country. If the Dems seize control of the House and Senate we’re screwed, and if they win the White House in 2020 we are doomed to socialist disaster.

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  38. Anonymous says:

    1. Very nice, frank discussion. Agreed.

    2. Notwithstanding (1), I realy appreciate if you would give a text summary of major points when including video clips. In general, people are changing from being passive consumers of TV video to active skimmers of text on the Internet. I know you don’t have time to trasncribe things, but a bullet point list of info in the video would be more helpful. Especially for ones from Hannity or the like that are low content to noise ratio.

    3. Nunes should have held up the re-authorization of FISA. Politically, his message would sing much better if he had done so. And efficaciously, I have a hard time buying that new rules will prevent new problems as previous rules were broken. There is a serious civil liberties issue going on with the amount of government surveillance.

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  39. Donna in Oregon says:

    If some in Congress lose their seats they would make wonderful additions to the Trump admin.

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  40. EJ says:

    Is there any realistic chance that the Dems could take the House? Please tell me no way!

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