Chairman Devin Nunes Discusses IG Report on McCabe, and His Demand for James Comey Memos…

Last night Chairman Devin Nunes appeared on Fox News to discuss the release of the OIG report and investigation into fired Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.

Additionally Chairman Nunes discusses his request for the immediate release of five memos written by former FBI Director James Comey.

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159 Responses to Chairman Devin Nunes Discusses IG Report on McCabe, and His Demand for James Comey Memos…

  1. MM says:

    Ty Sundance for posting that clip……

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    • fleporeblog says:

      MM I am really disappointed after watching it! We had two tweets that quote Rep. Nunes going directly at BHO and his State Department.

      Not a single second is used to discuss them? Instead Martha did a good job for the Murdochs’ that own the WSJ covering their a$$es. You had her trying to push the Rod Rosenstein firing mantra.

      Hardly anytime spent on what the ramifications of the IG report maybe. Even the piece on Cohen was trying to throw Rosenstein under the bus in order to get a response from our President that they are dying for.

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    • frankie says:

      For a great parallel coverage on the case, check out the post DONALD TRUMP VS THE NEW COPPERHEADS on the website howtobeyourowndetective.com

      The author, an active investigator, covers Mueller and the raids on Ted Stevens and Curt Weldon that cost them their seats in Congress, and the perjury and false info the feds used.

      He covers Mueller and mobster Whitey Bulger.

      He hammers the Stormy story in ribald fashion.

      And he shows the American presidents the insiders have murdered or kept from doing more for the country.

      Sundance should do what this guy did … put Heinrich Mueller (Gestapo chief) pic next to Robert Mueller pic. The special counsel nazi looks like an older Heinrich Mueller. The Treehouse has an infinitely bigger audience than howtobeyourowndetective, and it would really urinate off Our Lion’s enemies.

      The author covers why the original Copperheads were scum (including the murder of Lincoln) and why this name could really smash Trump’s opponents among the Dems and neverTrumpers. The author calls the latter Vichy Republicans.

      His previous post covered how prosecutors rape justice (and it its worth checking out for the 2 pics that start the post along with the explanation). That is a great read in and of itself, and the explanation of the pics will make guys laugh out loud and gals smirk knowingly.

      On the other hand, the NEW COPPERHEAD post has a picture of Honest Abe in his casket (Copperhead victim) and Jacqueline Kennedy splashed with JFK’s blood when the Deep State murdered him. Both brought tears to my eyes.

      This guy at howtobeyourowndetective,com is great supplemental reading to the Treehouse, but not a substitute. We are privileged Team Sundance keeps us informed.

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  2. Publius2016 says:

    Yes, if you can write a book, then how can you argue they hold STATE SECRETS?

    Liked by 11 people

  3. Minnie says:

    Re: warrant on Michael Cohen – “it better be really, really big” (the justification to search all of Cohen’s spaces, including safety deposit box)

    Where was the search warrant on cankles?

    Beyond disgusted but keeping the faith, as I trust President Trump implicitly.

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  4. platypus says:

    Well, I think it will be a cold day in you-know-where before they give up the memos. But it seems to me to be useless since the guy who wrote them is the same guy DJT has been calling a liar in tweets. What good is something written by a known liar?

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  5. budsblog868 says:

    Nunes is an extraordinary Congressman that has looked deep into the swamp and must be thoroughly disgusted as are we on the outside. He speaks for so many ‘normal’ Americans sick of the DC crap.

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    • NewOrleans says:

      Devin Nunes would be my choice for Speaker.

      No more of these Paul Ryan/RINO-approved idiots who are ‘next-in-line.’ I want someone who does more than just talk and they damn well better be on the Trump Train.

      Nunes or Matt Gaetz would be my choice. Everyone else is Ryan-lite.

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      • Mickey Wasp says:

        Here is my choice – this man has guts…goes on the US House floor and tells it like it is about the Democrat Awan IT scandal and now sets his sights on Mueller. Read the comments on the u-tube thread…

        Rep. Louie Gohmert: Dictates Robert Mueller’s Long History of Corruption on House floor

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        • woohoowee says:

          Good for Louie 🙂 May he keep telling it just like it is!

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        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          “sets his sights on Mueller.”

          Dan Bongino sums it up beautifully in his one hour podcast on Friday. He ties “Bumbling Bobby Mueller’ to just about all the key “players” with BHO and WJC/HRC. 32 minutes into the program, he quotes Robby Mook from the Klinton Kampain a WEEK BEFORE THE ELECTION asking about an FBI “Russia probe”, revealing the whole scheme was a pre-arranged frame-up. Mueller’s job is to obstruct PDJT’s administration from pursuing the corruption investigations into BHO and the Clinton Crime Syndicate.

          https://www.bongino.com/april-13-2018-ep-698-the-case-against-mueller/

          In this episode (April 13, 2018) I provide troubling evidence of Bob Mueller’s deep and profound conflicts in his investigation of the Trump operation.

          http://www.tabletmag.com/scroll/257335/robert-muellers-beltway-cover-up

          It’s not an investigation that the former director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation is leading—rather, it’s a cover-up.

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        • iwasthere says:

          Ha, the GOPe would shoot themselves in the mouth before giving up the COC money by electing Gohmert. I love the guy. But, “in my district you must be a moderate” what a establishment joke. These guys all run hard right, and then govern left.

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        • trump2016ourlastchance says:

          Great job, Louie. Why hasn’t the hag been indicted for influence peddling? $145 million in kickbacks from Uranium One related investors and interested paerties to the clintoon “foundation” seems like proof enough.

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        • Patricia McCullough says:

          Gohmert is a rare breed, honest politician, speaks the truth. I called his DC office and thanked him when he was on Fox last week. So sick of these Republicans saying “Mueller is a good man.” How is there not someone in their face when they say that saying “then why didn’t he investigate the IRS abuse?” The YouTube videos of Mueller any time he is before congress as FBI Director looks like the village idiot, “Uh, I dunno, I’ll have to get back to you on that.” I cannot believe this man and his record (mentioned above) and his bulldog Weisman are appointed to something SO important. The two may be responsible for a civil war in this country, I swear.

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        • filia.aurea says:

          Louie also detailed the Awans infiltration on the House floor. https://youtu.be/Byggq7NjpUE

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        • maiingankwe says:

          Thank you Mickie Wasp! I may never have seen this otherwise. Everyone, and I mean everyone should take the time to listen to this. There is so much information shared and covered.

          There are parts that got me so angry; so many innocent people have been hurt by these criminals in power.

          What really hit home and made me do some thinking was that our President Trump knows all of this, and I’m sure so much more. I could not imagine his cold, white anger at what they are all trying to do to him, his family, friends and associates. Heck, even people he may barely know.

          I’m sure he’s spent more than a night or two sitting alone strategically thinking on how to capture all of the threads, tie them all in a knot, and then burn them all.

          It’s almost unbelievable and has to be a bit overwhelming to put all of the pieces and people involved together. There are so many groups working for different parts and different results. Well, maybe not completely different results because they all want the same thing, our President Trump gone, but you get what I mean.

          And here we are, American Patriots who love our country and learning all of this with the aide of Sundance and so many Treepers here and in other places full of analysis and information. However, there is no greater place than here at CTH.

          There are so many smart Treepers here from all backgrounds and levels of education. It’s simply amazing.

          So if none of the republicans are listening to Gohmert, it is up to all of us to share the wealth of information we have read and gathered. We have enough of the pieces to go out and explain to those we know, for starters anyways. We need to keep sharing our wealth and be open to questions and civil debate. We have got to get up and start fighting again for who is now our President and will more than likely be the best we have ever had up to now. We cannot leave him, especially during hard times. We need to let him know and others we stand with him. We trust him. We believe in him. We are still riding the Trump Train. 🚂

          God Bless all of you! Be well, and thank you to all who are really doing something.
          Ma’iingankwe

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      • dd_sc says:

        Look at his voting record first – looks to be a CA moderate – or RINO.

        Doing an awesome job with this, but how much of Trump’s agenda does he support?

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    • Kristin says:

      Bud: I concur.

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  6. Trey Dawg says:

    Obtaining warrants on dubious info seems to be operating procedure for these aholz

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  7. BestBets says:

    I’ll never forget the image of Devin Nunez when he first came out to talk about The Swamp after viewing documents in the WH scif. He seemed mortified, like he had just seen a ghost. Only an honest man with integrity would have been so upset by all the nastiness that he had read. I’m dating myself when I refer to the movie, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington.

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  8. flowerbelle says:

    The declassified FISC review has been out since last April. The MSM have not nor will ever report on it because it is a scathing assessment of Obama’s criminality and spying. While waiting for the rest of the IG report, the GOP should be out 24/7 talking and repeating ad nauseum about what’s in the FISC review, what prompted mike Rogers to call for it, and who he shut down. If they don’t start laying the foundation and the showing the big picture, it will NEVER be done. Dems win by concentrating on minutiae, refuting it, and then saying if a small thing is wrong, it all is.

    The GOP(who have no strategic or communication skills) should go on the attack and talk about this 24/7. Start with a press conference. Why didn’t the media report on this? The judge had never seen such abuse. Show the conclusions, numbers involved, and dates. Compare those numbers and dates to preobama. Show how they ticked up before the election. Who were the independent contractors who were at the NSA unauthorized? FGPS? People don’t know that FISA is more than the court. Explain the querying. And there is nothing wrong with getting out there and planting the seed in someone’s head about how someone who was sitting there basically spying, instead of doing authorized intel, could put in a name and pull information from the wrong person??

    Don’t let 2 weeks go by between McCabe and the next part of the IG report. Who knows what else mueller will do. And also ask the questions out loud about comey and Brennan. If comey tho ugh this the dossier was nothing, what did Brennan do to force him to open an investigation. Brennan will go crazy

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    • lastinillinois says:

      Its going to take another Pres Trump bait-n-switch presser just to get the letters FISC onto MSM cameras.

      I’m all for it – I’m hoping next week one day the Pres calls a presser hinting at something Cohen, then proceeds to lay out the full Mueller/Clinton/Rosenstein histories of Uranium One.

      When the MSM rats begin to file out of the room, he can exclaim “I will be taking questions after my informational”.

      And when he’s done spilling the Uranium beans, he leaves without taking any questions.

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      • Mike says:

        Valid points but if the MSNM was all powerful HRC would be pres.

        BHO got fawning coverage from the MSM and during his “reign” the dems lost congress, the senate, and a whole lot of state houses.

        The same MSNM is working on overdrive EVERY hour of EVERY day to destroy Trump, yet according to Rasmussen Trump is more popular than ever.

        The truth is definitely getting out there. Websites like this along with those who do twitter have done a lot to spread information.

        Every day I read the comments here and learn much from the links provided by treepers. It appears to me that since I found this site a few months ago, the number of comments have doubled or tripled.

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        • Mike- thanks for your comment. Like you I am a fairly new visitor to the Tree House and ever since I started coming here, I feel like I’ve been given a free ticket to the greatest amusement park in the world. The thrills never stop, even though sometimes I feel like my head is going to explode.

          Not only is Sundance an absolutely top notch writer and reporter, there is always a ton of wisdom from the many astute commentators who share their thoughts.

          CTH is one of the few blogs I know of where I feel like I’m in congenial company.

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        • TruthSeeker says:

          I agree with you. I belong to a couple of pro-Trump FB pages “Stop the Scalping”, and so many people are outraged at this Mueller investigation. We have proof by FBI agents/lawyers IN THEIR TEXT messages they plan to bring down Trump. What more proof do we even need. I think a LOT of people are supporting Trump and sick of Mueller’s bias and waste of tax dollars. I just hope they turn out to vote this fall. AND McConnell needs to go nuclear, simple majority, otherwise elections have NO consequences at all. Such a joke. Ari Fleischer said the filibuster was NEVER intended for this purpose and needs to end. Only person I have heard express that (more than once) and Republicans need to do it NOW.

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    • TrueNorthSeeker says:

      I agree 100%! They’re too busy chasing Fakebook and Analytics. Nice distraction but that’s piker stuff compared to the FISC contractor access/mega surveillance abuse that has gone on. POTUS spokespeople need to blast the FISC abuse from the rooftops!

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      The networks won’t, and Hannity is incapable.

      Joe diGenova could, a white board / diagram. Would help. Or Tucker Carlson.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Deedee says:

      Agreed. This is something Trump could effectively address in tweets. MSM can’t resist covering his tweets and it would force the FISA abuse out into the press.

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    • alliwantissometruth says:

      flowerbelle, you’re assuming the GOP is a separate party from the democrats. It’s not. They’re one in the same

      There’s no difference between the two parties. Besides a few actual patriots in the GOP, both parties are what make up the UniParty, & the UniParty is controlled by the DeepState, which is controlled by the globalist cabal

      Of course the “GOP” could use many things to their advantage, but when have they ever done that?

      Never, that’s when, & they won’t do it now

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      • flowerbelle says:

        This is what worries me. FGPS was doing querying when being paid by the Washington Free Beacon, the Rubio campaign. I am worried the gop won’t go full bore and take these criminals out because of Rubio and McCain. I say to them…….it’s s time for choosing!

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    • filia.aurea says:

      GOP desperately needs new leadership in both House and Senate

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  9. woohoowee says:

    …an investigation in search of a crime. There ya have it.

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  10. saywhat64 says:

    Sure would be sweet if President Trump has an audio recording of his private meeting with Comey to verify or refute what ever Comey transcribed in his memos…

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    • MM says:

      Comey is going to impeach himself and implode on his own….
      He has no creditability anymore.
      Excerpts from his silly little book has already shown him contradicting sworn testimony….
      The dude really is A Nut Job……..

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      • lastinillinois says:

        Haha – yep!

        Even bitchy little Chris Wallace called Comey “bitchy”.

        Ha !

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        • MM says:

          IKR that statement made me ROTFL………
          Brit Hume also made some snide remarks about Comeys book..

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        • Howard Cosell says:

          Seriously – is bitchy the best he could come with?

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          • GB Bari says:

            “….the best he could come up with?”
            Chris Wallace? Yeah probably…and that was because he was pi$$ed; had been hoping for a lot worse juicy smut and evidence of illicit / illegal / unethical actions than was provided (which was none).

            So Comey served up another big NothingBurger! Seems to be a lot of those coming from the anti-Trump cabal. They could open a fast food stand…..

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      • mopar2016 says:

        Comey is a long time Clinton homey.
        They own him.

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      • jello333 says:

        I really believe it… he’s right on the verge of insanity. His earlier tweets where he was getting all philosophical and stuff, wow. At some point I expect him to call a press conference and recite Desiderata… from memory.

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    • Karl Kastner says:

      Yeah I said the same thing here or on the Gateway Pundit. Since it seems like he knew who he was dealing with early on(Thanks to Rogers?), there’s a decent possibility.

      I’m sure the IG has exhaustive evidence of Comey lacking candor.

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    • Karl Kastner says:

      Yeah I said the same thing here or on the Gateway Pundit. Since it seems like he knew who he was dealing with early on(Thanks to Rogers?), there’s a decent possibility.

      I’m sure the IG has exhaustive evidence of Comey lacking candor.

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  11. bkeyser says:

    Martha MacCallum and Shannon Bream are far and away the best interviewers on FNC. Both always seem knowledgeable of their subject matter and unlike Laura Ingraham, they actually let their interviewee speak.

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    • TrueNorthSeeker says:

      “Let their interviewee speak”…what a novel concept. 😉

      Liked by 7 people

    • lastinillinois says:

      Shannon Bream is my favorite FOX (double entendre fully intended).

      The size of mccallum’s head, on the other hand, intimidates me.

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    • AZ18 says:

      Agree b- would also add Harris Faulkner. She will even call Chris Wallace out to his face.

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    • Patricia McCullough says:

      I was outraged that Martha did not press Trey Gowdy, or have him back and interview ended, no followup by ANYONE on Fox where he is on tape on Martha’ show, 5/16/2017, giving Comey a complete pass for NOT indicting Hillary. I typed a transcription of same. Here is link to interview and transcript. But Gowdy says “History will judge Comey kindly, he made the only decision he could (to not indict HRC), because of access to classified info he has, and that I now have, THAT THE AMERICAN PEOPLE MAY NEVER KNOW” Martha: I, I, I, do you mean because of entanglements by the Clintons with DOJ.”

      Comey: You’re very perceptive.

      I have written Fox News comments, every anchor, Judge Jeanine, Hannity, asking anyone to PLEASE hold Gowdy’s feet to the fire asking what he means. The fact he said “that the American people may never know” of course incensed me.

      Gowdy – says Comey did the right thing on email indictment

      Trey Gowdy on Martha McCallu’s show May 16, 2017:

      Trey Gowdy just revealed the truth behind why Comey refused to prosecute Hillary, and it’s worse than we imagined. Representative Trey Gowdy has hinted that there may be more to Hillary Clinton’s corruption than we know. In an interview with Fox News, Martha McCallum, May 16, 2017, Gowdy explained his thinking on former FBI Director James Comey and why the Clinton Foundation may be a hotbed of pay-offs and money laundering. Representative Gowdy addressed Comey’s July decision to not prosecute Hillary Clinton over her email practices. There is enough for her and the entire government to be brought down. People do not realize how enormous this whole situation actually is. The problem is, with the Clinton Foundation, which you should just imagine as a massive spider web of connections and money laundering implicating 100’s of high-level people. I can’t believe these revelations. Gowdy is saying that Comey didn’t prosecute Hillary Clinton because it would mean the FBI would be pitted against the entire D.C. establishment. That’s outrageous. I really don’t care what happens to the FBI. The lid needs to be blown off this no matter the fall out. This is the only way the swamp can truly be drained. President Trump needs to take action now and clean house once and for all. You can watch the whole interview here.

      Trey Gowdy on Martha McCallum’s show May 16, 2017:

      From 5:30 to end:

      Martha MacCallum: I want to go back a little further in the Jim Comey story. You put out a statement after he was fired saying that he had a very tough job and access to facts that perhaps the rest of us did not, is the way that you put it. You know a lot of people have said that his performance on July 5th, you know, when he came out and said we have all this evidence extreme carelessness on the part of Hillary Clinton and yet we are not going to prosecute her. Was that news conference enough in and of itself to let him go you think?

      Trey Gowdy: Uh, no, and I think when history knows the full fact pattern that led Director Comey to have that July news conference, I think what your viewers know is a meeting on the tarmac between the spouse of the suspect or the target of an investigation and the Attorney General. What your viewers don’t know Martha, and what Jim Comey frankly can’t tell them because it’s classified, and I can’t tell them because it’s classified, there are a lot of other reasons that Jim Comey decided to take that decision upon himself. And I think history, and I’ve had plenty of differences with Jim Comey. I want to be really clear about that, lot’s of them, but I think history is going to be much kinder to Jim Comey of that July press conference than the Democrats were when he had it. I think he had access to information that, because he is a stand-up guy and he is not going to disseminate classified information, although God knows everybody else is, he’s not going to do it, even if it casts him in a negative light. So all your viewers see is this meeting on the tarmac. Jim Comey had access to additional information that I am convinced left him with no other choice than to make the decision he made in July.

      Martha MacCallum: So you’re saying he had no choice, there was pressure on him to not prosecute Hillary Clinton? Is that what you’re suggesting?

      Trey Gowdy: No, no, no. I think he had access to information that he wanted to safeguard the integrity of the investigation and the integrity of the process, and I probably oughta just leave it right there. But no, I’m not talking about pressure. I don’t think the guy feels pressure. I think he wanted the public to have confidence in the investigation and the outcome, even though I disagreed with the outcome, he wanted you to have confidence in the process. He had access to information that your viewers don’t have, AND THEY MAY NOT EVER HAVE, because it is classified, but trust me when I tell you this Martha, I know what it was and I have been a critic of Jim Comey in the past, but he made the only decision he could have made with respect to appropriating that decision away from the Department of Justice and making the decision himself, and history will be a helluva lot kinder to him than the Democrats were at the time.

      Martha MacCallum: I, I, I only take away from that there you’re suggesting there were more entanglements between the Clintons and perhaps the Justice Department than everyone understands?

      Trey Gowdy: You’re very perceptive.

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  12. Bubby says:

    Congressman Nunes says in the Fox News clip at about 3:48 that he “likes” Rod Rosenstein? How can that be with all the his involvement in not wanting to disclose any documents to then slow walking document production in addition to his FISA warrant sign offs of the fake dossier? Rosenstein is part of the swamp, the deep state part of the problem what am I missing? Or do some nice guys just want to destroy President Trump?

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  13. woohoowee says:

    My partial paraphrase of Nunes: He likes Rosey and Wray, they inherited a big mess, which is something that happened during the campaign, where the counterintelligence capabilities of our government were used to target the Trump campaign. Comey was rightfully fired, Rosey and Wray, giving them some leeway, need to find their way; however it is utmost importance for them to provide everything to congress asap, and is the best possible thing they could do to let the legislative branch of government do its job and put this thing all together. He knows U.S. Attys are looking at this, but he feels it’s going to be impossible to let the investigators investigate themselves. Some process has to be put in place legislatively b/c there’s alot of clean up that must be done.

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    • woohoowee says:

      My thoughts are that if something can be abused, it will be. Dismantle CIA, FBI and dissolve FISC. They’re not constitutional entities and should not exist in a country of free people.

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  14. cavt says:

    If only Nunes and Sessions could trade jobs–

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  15. NoJuan Importante says:

    My thoughts are along some of my earlier comments. These parallel investigations have proceeded along what I call the “You First” method. Mueller gets first crack. It’s not working out, so he uses the best thing he’s got-the Hail Mary-the seizure of everything your subject’s attorney has. If your personal attorney doesn’t have the dirt on you, nobody does. So if this doesn’t produce something, then the first investigation is effectively over. Then Sessions takes his turn. He who laughs last laughs best. Remains to be seen what Cohen had. But even Ben Wittes doesn’t believe the McClatchy article.

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    • Firefly says:

      The intelligence community are data and information hoarders. I discovered that at NASA when I set up a new cleanroom and published some neat papers. They were really going nuts that I and a couple others could just go into our government labs and do innovative research. The intelligence community want to know and have access to everything. They want to know what everyone is doing. In my NASA work they wanted to know what we were even planning to innovate as, as if creativity is scheduled. It was probably driving Mueller gang nuts when they found out PTrump doesn’t do email and routinely has non disclosure clauses in business dealings.In their minds PTrump is a mob boss like Comey says. They were probably all mad as heck they don’t have everything and were sitting around a table trying to concoct a justification that sounded reasonable enough to seize the documents, just like they did for manafort and the GSA documents. The sudden travel to Prauge is weird if it was used to justify the warrant. Interpol would have records. Gov said they checked. Cohen made sworn and press statements he didn’t. Past press reports confirmed he didn’t go.

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  16. Jim says:

    Yes, this is all very interesting. So what. Is anyone going to jail?

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  17. Sunshine says:

    All I’ll say is this is one HELL of a GOOD WEEKEND.
    Comey flops, fake news flops, everything down the drain hole except President Donald J. Trump.
    God Bless American and Donald J. Trump’s brilliance.

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  18. Avi says:

    she reminds me of Marsha Brady

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  19. 99Problems says:

    HUGE developments in the Cohen case at 5:59 of the video.

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  20. HickTick says:

    Comeys memos are what started the SC talk , I think . How long will Sessions let this go on .

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  21. Lucille says:

    #10 Reasons why James Comey is the worst ex-girlfriend ever
    Tipping Point With Liz Wheeler on OAN

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  22. albrevin says:

    Comey is a true nut job. His language betrays a very conflicted person. Note his continuous references to his and others feelings…..

    Made me feel uncomfortable, got a queasy feeling, I found it troubling, Putin ‘hated’ Hillary…. I’ve been getting snippets of his little sit-down with former Clinton aide Stephanopolis….. complete unprofessional tool. Dishonest, dirty, a real scum.

    Amazing that this guy was actually the Director of the FBI. Great job Ozero.

    BTW, who are the RINO turds who all vouched for Comey way back when he was first nominated? Jonah Goldberg? National Review? I don’t recall exactly but their credibility should be put down like a euthanized dog.

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  23. jeans2nd says:

    Obtaining those Comey memos seems like a really big deal. imo
    Perhaps Ms McCallum does not realize the significance.

    Those Fed tell-all books must go through extreme vetting. Manuscripts must be reviewed and approved by at least the DOJ/FBI, and the Intel Community.
    We already know at least 4 of 7 of those Comey memos contained classified information.

    The three Chairmen gave DAG Rosenstein until COB Mon 16 Apr 2018 to produce the Comey memos. That virtually guarantees a few somebodies at DOJ/FBI and Intel are going to be working this weekend.

    What if DAG does not produce the Comey memos by COB 16 Apr 2018? Recall, recently Chairman Nunes has been talking impeachment for gubmint officials who do not produce documents.

    This looks to be an even more funner ride than before.
    Thx 4 the vid.

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  24. Donna in Oregon says:

    We know that RINO’s are leaving en masse. Yes, the 2018 election is a factor but also the Swamp creatures got paid to sell off our National assets and steal our money.

    Treasury Dept needs to employ a special team to find all the money. Forensic accounting experts for the Clinton Foundation and all their pals.

    These unpatriotic hacks didn’t screw the entire United States of America for free. They all got paid.

    We need to take the money back. With RICO cases, we can get 3x the amount back from these thieves. Rudy was right about RICO. 10 year statute of limitations between acts. Let’s get this party started 🙂

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  25. Rhoda R says:

    I thought that Comey had turned all those memos over to Mueller.

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  26. Steve 2A III% says:

    I’m very happy to have found this website through a fellow Constitutional conservative patriot.
    The depth of thought and thorough delineation of facts, tying so much together, gives me hope and courage, especially on the seemingly darker days as the propagandist leftist media and International Socialist Communist Party “democrats” the deep state traitors and seditious felons-still walking free and making appearances on TV and in the “news” while our champion President DJT is attacked on all sides…This site lends me patience and hope that JUSTICE will be meted out and the TRUTH will ultimately emerge.
    Thanks, and I will stay tuned and spread the word as I have been linking to this site to inform others.

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    • Ad rem says:

      Welcome to the TreeHouse Steve! We among the branches shall sleep tighter knowing we have the 111% on board. 😀

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      • Steve 2A III% says:

        Thank you for the nice welcome. 8 years of the ZerO took me from just pulling the lever next to R) to really getting involved in educating myself and others who I believe that I can “reach”. Ted Cruz was actually my choice in the primary, and I actively campaigned for him, first time I’ve done that. I voted for electors for my state, and have a couple of favorites (Mark Levin and Andrew Wilkow) on SiriusXM ch 125 The Patriot Channel that I listen to on a regular basis. OAN channel 347 on DirecTV has become my news channel of choice.
        I didn’t know enough about ZerOcare to take a stand on (the un-ACA) it. Funny how being subjected to a globalist socialist cabal can encourage one to “get up to speed” and quickly. I am a firm advocate for our 2A RIGHTS as well, IMO that is the only reason why we haven’t already become Venezuela, or worse, and unless the propagandist leftist media is fully exposed in the most undeniable way to show “moderates” and “independents” even RINO voters to the indoctrination they have been fed, our 2A RIGHTS will become even more critical in the years to come. Only 3% of Americans fought in the revolution, directly supported by 10%, 20% were in favor of the revolutionary war, and 30% fought for the king of England.

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      • Steve 2A III% says:

        By the way, I loathe writing out the name “Hillary Clinton” so if any of you see me write “H–>er” in a post, you know who I am referring to. I not only maintain some level of keyboard cleanliness by not sullying my keys with H–>er name, but I like taking a jab at H–>er unsuccessful attempt to become president, despite the fix being in.

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  27. molonlabe28 says:

    It’s interesting to contrast with his tranny counterpart Adam Schiff.

    Nunes is measured and succinct, while Schiff foams at the mouth, speculates constantly, is always proven wrong in his conjectures and is more histrionic than your ex mother-in-law.

    Nunes operates with an appropriate level of privacy on camera, but you can tell he knows much more than he can reveal.

    I am expecting more IG reports to reveal criminal wrongdoing involving a host of DOJ/FBI top officials and a bevy of indictments handed up by the grand jury that USA Huber has in Salt Lake City.

    All the while Nunes, Gowdy, Goodlatte, Grassley and Ron Johnson will continue pressing their oversight duties.

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  28. Laura Smyser says:

    Nunes is being extremely gracious. I think he knows that whatever Mueller’s reason for busting into
    Cohen’s home and office, it has nothing to do with his investigation. It’s like Nune said-it’s an investigation looking for a crime.

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