Representative Jim Jordan Discusses Ongoing FBI, Andrew McCabe, James Comey Investigations…

Representative Jim Jordan (R-OH) discusses the Comey memos and the ongoing Inspector General, FBI and DOJ events. A wide-ranging interview on Fox Weekend.

Jordan notes that congress has previously interviewed Comey’s chief-of-staff, Jim Rybicki, prior to his departure from the FBI. During that interview Rybicki discussed the person Comey leaked information to, Daniel Richman, and how Richman held special access authority within the FBI….. interesting.

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53 Responses to Representative Jim Jordan Discusses Ongoing FBI, Andrew McCabe, James Comey Investigations…

  1. FofBW says:

    I like Jim!

    Liked by 15 people

  2. quintrillion says:

    US Congress needs 100’s of Jim Jordans’. Straight shooter, likeable, down-to-earth, real white hat patriot working for a better American in Congress. Pray & vote to hold the House and that Jim Jordan runs for Speaker of the House…and we will be heading for MAGA winning.

    Liked by 19 people

  3. Apollo says:

    Given that Comey and Richman have asserted attorney-client privilege, I think an early-morning no-knock raid on Richman’s home and office might be appropriate.

    Liked by 19 people

    • Apollo says:

      (That’s how that works these days, right??)

      Liked by 6 people

    • nbkilgore says:

      To the best of my recollection, Richman has appeared before Cong. Trey Gowdy and Cong. Jason Chaffetz of the House Oversight Committee before about 4 or 5 years back. I just can’t recall under what capacity or what the hearing was about, some where around the IRS scandal and the Bengazi issue. Trey had someone running YT uploads of their OS hearings under the moniker Amincus G- something. Perhaps fellow Treepers might know what I’m referring to. Any hoo, Jordan would be a good pick for the Speaker, but Scalise would be just as good too. I’m beginning to get the feeling that Ryan had to do his last blackmail job for the Deep Stink butt holes which was shoving through the Omnibus Bill! Ryan is one of the 6 Republicans that were bribed by HRC which was confirmed with the Podesta/DNC email dump under the account ledger kept by Podesta. Cheers fellow Treepers!

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  4. Congressmen Jordan and Nunes speak English without posturing or pontificating … just the facts. I really like them both.

    Liked by 16 people

  5. J Gottfred says:

    Clapper, Clapper again, It always comes back to Clapper. Is he an operative or a primary strategist? Five years ago I complained to Feinstein about Clapper when Snowden’s details on spying on US citizens was aired.

    Sen. Ron Wyden: “Does the NSA collect any type of data at all on millions or hundreds of millions of Americans?”
    Clapper: “No sir.”
    Wyden: “It does not?”
    Clapper: “Not wittingly.”
    How my blood boils when the name clapper is mentioned.
    Oh, and Feinsten did nothing, nothing, absolutely nothing she is as dumb as a fence post in the prairie during a snow storm; and she wants to run again! – Ask me how I feel about either one of them….

    Liked by 13 people

    • littleanniesfannie says:

      Please don’t denigrate the prairie fence posts!

      Liked by 8 people

    • piper567 says:

      J, I don’t think Feinstein is a dummy.
      She is pretty reliable in her posing, which is why she has been a shoo-in for ages…No thought needed in voting for her, she has not even had to campaign for decades.
      Every once in a while she actually says something which makes sense, but she surely is a reliable commodity for those who bribe her: she’s, iirc one of the richest members of the Senate.
      She is not dumb, imo, and actually does represent her constituency, something most of us admire. Its just that, along with her constituents, she is off the rails of our view of America.

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  6. Cathy M. says:

    Comey, during a Congressional hearing, stated that he considered the memo he shared with his professor friend to be a personal, not government & not classified.

    Comey is a sniveling, weaselly Liar.

    Comey leaked his memo(s) on or about late May 2017

    At The Time Comey’s memos were Written, they were classified as follows (per the notations on released memos. link at bottom of my post):

    * First memo dated1/6/17 & classified as SECRET/NOFORN. (fyi, noforn is “no foreign”)
    4/19/18 de-classified in Part.
    RE: 1st WH meeting & advised on prostitute duo
    Comey forwards that memo to Rybicki:

    Comey prefaces in that 1st memo:
    “I am not sure of the proper classification here so have chosen SECRET. Please let me know of(sic) it should be higher or lower than that.”

    {So, if this was Comey’s personal property as he claimed, why did he ask if he classified it at the proper level? Why would parts need to be “de-classified” when published this month if it was not classified to begin with? hmmmm}

    Note: the line drawn through the classification at the top of each memo means that, originally the Entire document was classified but, as indicated at the bottom of the memos, on 4/19/18 parts of the memo were de-classified & some remained classified.

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    • Cathy M. says:

      * 2nd memo, 1/28/17 was classified as CONFIDENTIAL/NOFORN
      De-classified in Part on 4/19/18
      Re: on dinner meeting/Flynn

      * 3rd 2/8/17 memo classified SECRET/NOFOR
      De-Classified in Part: 4/19/18
      RE: WH meet w/ Priebus- the IC Intel Report, Dossier, Leaks & does FBI have FISA on Flynn

      * 4th memo,2/14/17 :Unclassified/FOUO (i.e. for official use only)
      RE: @ WH- Leaks, POTUS muses phone tapped? (re Russia & Australia calls); Flynn

      * 5th memo, 3/1/17: Unclassified/ FOUO
      Re: memo to Ribicki stating a call from POTUS just touching base. Nothing really discussed

      * 6th memo,3/30/17:Unclassified/ FOUO
      Re: Telephone call from POTUS who mused how can I lift this cloud (Russia/hookers)over my head. Comey said that FBI was not investigating Trump.

      * 7th memo,4/11/17: CONFIDENTIAL/NOFOR
      Re: 4 min Phone from POTUS call as follow up to last
      Declassified in Part: 4/19/18

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      • zimbalistjunior says:

        correct me if i am wrong but there are (at least) 5 legal issues with the memo leak:
        1) comey took government documents into his personal domain;
        2) comey took government documents which were classified into his personal domain
        – a domain which is not secure;
        3) comey passed government documents (which are not his to possess) to a person (Richmon) who is not a government employee (whether or not he has some contract employee status);
        4) comey passed govt documents which are classified documents to a person who does not have the proper security clearance (assumedly);
        5) comey conspired with another party to pass on classified documents to the NY Times; alternatively, comey instructed his agent, Richmon, to do the same.

        as well, we can assume that comey’s claim that Richmon was acting as his attorney, is a lie and furtherance of the conspiracy.

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        • MVW says:

          a) Comey working on insanity defense
          b) Comey has a brain tumor, the Songbird McCain defense
          c) Comey is destroying his own credibility so he can’t be used as a witness against Clinton / Obama, thus thinking he won’t have an accident in Arkansas
          d) Comey is hoping his previous crimes will not be investigated (distract with a smaller crime)
          e) Comey is actually that stupid

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        • Cathy M. says:

          Zimba- Let me preface my response.
          My opinion that 4 of the 7 memos were classified at the time written was based solely on the memos as released on line.
          As to my response to you: I’m a little rusty, since I retired, on the Federal Records Act & the law concerning classified material. So take my opinion w/ a grain of salt.

          #1) Yes-Since he was a civilian at the time
          18 U.S. Code § 641 – Public money, property or records

          #2) Since he was a civilian at that time – yes, likely violated
          18 U.S. Code § 793
          anyone who has custody of classified material and “willfully and unlawfully conceals, removes, mutilates, obliterates, falsifies, or destroys the same, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years. (Note: Since he was the Dir. of FBI, he likely had an approved storage safe in his home)
          18 U.S. Code § 641 – Public money, property or records

          #3) I don’t think so. But if Comey wasn’t a buddy of Mueller, Yes. By stretching 18 U.S. Code § 641 “Whoever embezzles, steals, purloins, or knowingly converts to his use or the use of another. .” Comey got a great book deal out of it! ;-0

          #4) If the documents were, in fact, classified- Heck Yes. The professor did not have a “Need to Know” even if the professor did have the required clearance level. Both the clearance level & a need to know are required.

          #5) I doubt it.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “Comey, during a Congressional hearing, stated that he considered the memo he shared with his professor friend to be a personal, not government & not classified.”

      Well than he should have done them at home on his home computer on his own time off from work.


  7. Perot Conservative says:

    He brought up the Wall. Finally.

    Liked by 4 people

  8. Sunshine says:

    Just the greatest guy, this Congressman Jordan. One cannot escape the integrity he exudes, as witnessed through his speech, body language, and determination.

    The day might come where we will be jumping up and down with joy while watching Jim Jordan rallies ”Keep America Great Again”.

    Liked by 7 people

  9. old45model says:

    One thing I don’t understand about America – why do people retain their security clearances (and possible access to sites & information those clearances give them access to) after they leave Government/classified positions? This simply does not make sense to me and it shows a distinct lack of security awareness. Do Brennan, Clapper, Jarrett, Comey, et al all still retain their security clearances and access? Why, for goodness sake?
    Another problem I think you have – always referring to ‘ex’ people as though they still bear the title and occupy the position, e.g. ‘President’ Clinton, ‘SOS’ Hiliary Clinton, etc. Shades of ‘British Royalty and the class system’ – yet you fought a war against the British. Just does not make sense to me and I think that if you changed the way these people were addressed when they leave their positions, your country would be better off – or is there a deep seated desire for an ‘American Royal Family’ to inherit Head of State rulership?
    I may well be seeing this incorrectly, what with having to hang upside down on my twig.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Realone says:

      A security only means that you are authorized to see what you have a NEED TO KNOW. Not to access other classified info.

      Liked by 2 people

    • thedoc00 says:

      People do not “retain their security clearance” once they leave government service or their non-government job. Somebody has to actually complete and certify a request for retention of clearance. In fact, year to year a justification for clearances is required for each person.

      Somebody had to complete and certify these requests. In the cases of some of the people you mention,. it makes one wonder why and who?

      Although, in years past when politics and government service was far more cooperative and cordial, it was customary for clearances to be extended for a variety of operational, transitional and academic purposes. These days, with leaks and an out right hostile environment, it boggles the mind why allot of people from the Obama leadership were allowed to keep clearance.

      Liked by 3 people

      • thedoc00 says:

        Note, it also has to do what authorities were given and remain for granting clearances and applying classification designations. This is another reason for the republicans and democrats to slow roll Trumps appointments because many Obama era authorizations remain to be identified and eliminated. So, until Trump gets all his leaders in place the clean-up will be seriously delayed.

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        • thedoc00 says:

          One point missed, is that OSP’s comment on “need to know” is 100% accurate. So, besides certifying clearance retention, the “need to know” is also certified.

          Liked by 1 person

          • Cathy M. says:

            Yes, OSP is correct. It requires both the right level of clearance And “a need to know”.
            I had security clearance over 2 decades (Secret then TS)

            Liked by 1 person

          • churchmouse says:

            @thedoc00 and Cathy M.: What both of you are saying is what I always understood.

            In the context you present, how can Susan Rice’s continued clearance, courtesy of HR McMaster, be justified?


    • MVW says:

      Special case knowledge means they might be consulted in the future.

      Liked by 1 person

  10. Realone says:

    Security Clearance

    Liked by 1 person

  11. frank field says:

    Jordan is an amazing American. I’d love to see him replace Ryan as speaker of the house.

    GOD! Help us.


    Liked by 3 people

  12. Sayitaintsojoe says:

    What special access authority did Richman have and why? And what does that mean exactly?

    Liked by 2 people

  13. Newt Love says:

    After watching Jim Jordan (R-OH) on FoxNews, and how he had HRC under oath and asked her if a 3rd party (like a retired Federal Judge) would be satisfactory to sort through the emails to see which ones were personal, and which ones were US Govt records, she roared like a demon under Apostolic interrogation. [Okay, I embellished there.]

    Now we have Cohen arguing for a 3rd party to do the same, and Rosenstein’s attack dogs in the US Attorney SDNY are screaming “NO!”

    From now on, the 1st question that every (R) asks to confirm anyone for any office, especially under a (D) President should be:
    “Do you believe in Equal Justice Under The Law?”

    The next question should be “Do you believe in Equal Application of The Law, regardless of who is under scrutiny.”

    The next question should be “Do you believe in Double Standards, and if caught employing them, will you consent to being removed from office?”

    Liked by 4 people

    • littleanniesfannie says:

      Excellent questions. Only problem, the party of liars, cheaters, and weasels will find a way to lie, cheat and weasel their way through.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Mickturn says:

      Repeating my mantra from years ago…
      “We no longer have a ‘Justice System’, what we have now is a ‘Legal System’, of, by and for the Lawyers, Crooked politicians and Crooked Judges.”

      Liked by 1 person

      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        That is it in a nutshell. When someone that is falsely accused of child porn needs $250,000 to prove their innocence because it was a virus planted on their computer that was responsible. The virus hit 40 or so websites per second (impossible for a human to do) which was discovered by expensive forensic analysis. Sorry, no link handy. It was in regards to the recent sex slave ring in the Albany NY area in which “Smallville” actress Alison Mack was recently arrested

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  14. intercesser says:

    On the subject of Attorney-Client privilege : Sen. Ted Kennedy had his lawyer friends participate in the unsuccessful ( or alleged ) efforts to rescue Mary Jo Kopechne , and then when authorities wanted to question them , they all claimed attorney – client privilege . SO ……… Democrats have been working this angle for a long time now , along with the usual double standards .

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      ” his lawyer friends participate in the unsuccessful ( or alleged ) efforts to rescue Mary Jo Kopechne , and then when authorities wanted to question them , they all claimed attorney – client privilege ”

      These corrupt “swamp creatures” have perfected the art of surrounding themselves and colluding with lawyers to hide their crimes behind “attorney-client privilege”, etc. for far too long.

      Section 242 of Title 18 makes it a crime for a person acting under color of any law to willfully deprive a person of a right or privilege protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States.


  15. WSB says:

    So, Jim. How do we get a message to you that you really need to lead a ‘Vacate the Chair’ movement, so that Ryan can be removed ASAP?

    Liked by 1 person

  16. There were two very interesting articles this weekend about Fusion GPS and its founder, Glenn Simpson. The first article from Legal Insurrection, explains how Simpson and GPS, along with their cronies in the media, are still actively working to bring down our POTUS in what they call Act 2 of the coup that the Swamp Devils are working on.

    The Insurrection article is based on the a NY Times article by Mr. Simpson that appeared on April 21, 2018. (A link to the NYT article is provided in the LI piece.)

    Here is an excerpt from Simpson’s article that explains their next work around in the ongoing coup:

    “Put aside Russian collusion for a moment. Press pause on possible presidential obstruction of justice. Forget Stormy Daniels. The most significant recent development involving the president may be that the special counsel, Robert Mueller, has subpoenaed Trump Organization business records as part of his inquiry into Russian interference in the presidential election.
    Those documents — and records recently seized by the F.B.I. from the president’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen — might answer a question raised by the president’s critics: Have certain real estate investors used Trump-branded properties to launder the proceeds of criminal activity around the world? ”

    First off, after all the chicanery and probably CRIMES that have been revealed about Mr Simpson and GPS including the fact that they are attempting to remove a duly elected PRESIDENT, how is it that this scumbag is still out there writing propaganda hit pieces for the Times?? Isn’t there some way he can be placed under house arrest? Seriously.

    Second- I completely understand the need for patience on every level. Many people on this blog have pointed out excellent reasons why things are happening at the pace that they are going. All of us who support our President are worried, concerned and anxious about him and the future of our great Republic.

    That being said, I truly believe that the longer this Witch Hunt is allowed to go on, the worse it is for our side. Every day the Swamp Devils are at it again. Every day it’s another story in the MSM for the great uninformed masses about how corrupt Trump is. *** Never forget that the people who read this blog are in the vast MINORITY when it comes to information and intel.

    The Dems and their cronies never quit attacking. The Repubs for the most part don’t even defend themselves.

    God bless President Trump, his family and our Republic because I have never in my lifetime seen such a vicious, never ending attack on all that we hold dear.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “God bless President Trump, his family and our Republic because I have never in my lifetime seen such a vicious, never ending attack on all that we hold dear.”

      Ephesians 1:3 Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who hath blessed us with all spiritual blessings in heavenly places in Christ:

      Ephesians 1:13 In whom ye also trusted, after that ye heard the word of truth, the gospel of your salvation: in whom also after that ye believed, ye were sealed with that holy Spirit of promise,

      1Timothy 2:1 I exhort therefore, that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks, be made for all men;
      2 For kings, and for all that are in authority; that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and honesty.
      3 For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Saviour;
      4 Who will have all men to be saved, and to come unto the knowledge of the truth.
      5 For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus;

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      • churchmouse says:

        Thank you for the verses from Paul’s letters.

        So many clergy — especially theologically conservative clergy — forget the last ones from 1 Timothy 2:1-5. Yes, we should pray for those in authority over us, as difficult as it is.

        I read time and time again on Reformed (Calvinist-oriented) sites that we should not pray for those in government. Reformed clergy are supposed to be the people who best understand Scripture in its truest sense. Allegedly. They missed the boat on this one.

        But, yes, St Paul wrote the right thing, even though it is difficult to accept. Think to the past and what could have been the present. It’s hard to pray for those in authority when one disagrees with them (e.g. Nancy Pelosi and DiFi).

        Clarification: this comment has nothing to do with President Trump. MAGA! May God continue to bless him.

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  17. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “The Dems and their cronies never quit attacking. The Repubs for the most part don’t even defend themselves. ”

    Part of their “Grand Strategy” to keep us on the defensive. IMO this law that atty. Joe diGenova brought to my attention needs to become a household term across America. These corrupt “swamp creatures” have perfected the art of surrounding themselves and colluding with lawyers to hide their crimes behind “attorney-client privilege”, etc. for far too long.

    Section 242 of Title 18 makes it a crime for a person acting under color of any law to willfully deprive a person of a right or privilege protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States.

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  18. MHO? there is ZERO chance of comey being indicted of anything…or Hillary, or barry or bill or lynch or holder etc etc etc – the REAL criminals with ACTUAL CRIMES documented in the public domain.

    That’s ZERO…at least with this DOJ

    President Trump: fire rosenstein and sessions immediately and appoint someone who will actually DO SOMETHING and GET THE JOB DONE.

    it’s either that or face this insanity of the assault on the President, America First, The American Taxpayer, Freedom and the Constitution for the duration…

    what’s the worst that could happen as a result? Surely no worse than what we’ve had to endure since NOV 9, 2016…Better to clarify and take care of this DYSFUNCTION. NOW.

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