Strategic Deployment – Trey Gowdy Defends FBI and DOJ – Spygate Was Justified…

Last night on Fox News Representative Trey Gowdy stunned many people with multiple comments.  There are multiple aspects to the interview that were/are alarming.

In one segment Gowdy stated the Mueller investigation was both a criminal and counterintelligence investigation.  Moments later Mr. Gowdy proclaimed his advanced knowledge of the innocence of FBI Director James Comey and Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe surrounding Spygate.

In another segment Gowdy, a former prosecutor himself, asserted that President Trump should sit down with Robert Mueller for a dangerous inquisition by a team of political prosecutors hired specifically because of their adverse ideology.  SEE INTERVIEW HERE.

In a well-timed (pre-planned) follow-up, Trey Gowdy appeared on CBS this morning to finish execution of the plan.  Notice Norah O’Donnell has her carefully crafted (pre-written) bullet-point questions at the ready.  Watch:

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The more you know the raw source material behind the Spygate story; the more you can see the false assertions behind Gowdy’s statements, and the strategic purpose therein.

The Gowdy statements would be alarming by themselves if not compounded by the fact that Mr. Gowdy is one of only a few people with direct first-hand knowledge of the material and evidence in multiple investigations.

After Devin Nunes was forced to recuse himself from much of the congressional investigation, HPSCI Chairman Devin Nunes specifically selected Gowdy to represent multiple committees in his review of material evidence.

It was Trey Gowdy who looked at the FISA application material and specifically authored the Nunes memo on the FISA Court application against U.S. person Carter Page.

It was Trey Gowdy who initially (April 8th) stated he had “seen” some of the origination material in the two-page “Electronic Communication” document that CIA Director John Brennan used to initiate the FBI Counterintelligence operation against the Trump campaign.  Later that Gowdy claim was asserted as false, and only a briefing took place; but the Gowdy claim was useful at the time.

It was Trey Gowdy, and only Trey Gowdy, who claimed Samantha Power denied making all of the unmasking requests; and Trey Gowdy who asserted someone else used her access to make unmasking requests.

IMPORTANT -> It was Trey Gowdy, eight months ago, who positioned himself for maximum influence within the upcoming political reviews of the Inspector General report by creating a joint House Oversight and House Judiciary Committee (Goodlatte); specifically for the intention of reviewing the IG report, controlling the narrative and getting testimony. (See Here)

It was all originally suspicious, as noted by CTH at the time:

April 2018: Hopefully, this is not cause for alarm. However, given the history of such activity; and specifically given the history of the engagements and motives of the participants involved in this request; it is a troubling development.

The House Oversight and Government Affairs Committee is the official DC enterprise deployed when Washington DC interests identify a threat and maneuver their political UniParty alliances to eliminate the issue.  Historic Oversight Committee references to Fast-n-Furious (Issa), IRS targeting (Chaffetz), and the origin of the Benghazi, Libya investigation are recent examples of outcomes therein.

There is a pattern that should not be dismissed.  There is a strong likelihood the DOJ-OIG investigation is too close to the heartbeat of the swamp; and therein the motive for the committee to be called into action becomes part of the self-preservation technique this specific assembly is noted for.

Adding more weight to the concern is the appearance of Representative Trey Gowdy as the requesting authority.

As if that wasn’t concerning enough, the specific area of focus for the committee is outlined in the letter: “The hearing relates to the election-related review“, targeting the 2016 election and the 2017/2018 IG investigation therein.

[…]  We would be remiss if we did not draw reference to the last worst example of weaponization of government; in 2010 where the IRS targeted Tea Party groups and both Democrats and Republicans benefited from the Obama administration’s use of the DOJ to eliminate the threat the Tea Party represented.

In 2010 IRS Official Lois Lerner was instructed by Attorney General Eric Holder to deliver the “schedule B” filings of 501-c(3)(4) groups, listing every single person who donated to Tea Party groups regardless of contribution amount.  Ms. Lerner gave the DOJ twenty-one CD-ROMS containing over 1 million names.  {Go Deep} The subsequent list was called the “secret research project”.  All of this is documented – none of this is conspiracy theory – the DOJ settled a class-action lawsuit last year admitting to the scheme.  The DC investigation into the individuals who coordinated the plan was dropped quietly in 2015.  No-one was charged.

There are similarities to the 2010, 2011 use of the IRS and DOJ to target political opposition; and the 2015, 2016 use of the FBI and DOJ to target candidate Donald Trump and his campaign.  There are a lot of similarities.  Unfortunately, there are also the same DC benefactors.

As noted in the original use of Fusion-GPS, and Glenn Simpson, by the campaign allies of Marco Rubio to conduct political opposition research – the republican side of the UniParty apparatus uses the same systems, entities, organizations, lawyers and personnel used by the democrat side of the UniParty.   Trey Gowdy was a supporter of Marco Rubio.

It is reasonable to anticipate entities deep within the Republican infrastructure were willing allies with the FBI and DOJ “small group”, hence we see John McCain, Jeb Bush, Mitt Romey, Ben Sasse, Jeff Flake, Paul Ryan, Carly Fiorina (and many, many, more) who likely understood the goals, objectives and benefits behind weaponizing the FBI/DOJ and intelligence community to eliminate their opposition. [Never forget the severity of the scheme within the original GOPe plan in the 2016 presidential primary.]

Don’t be surprised, if down-the-road, we find direct evidence of key GOPe leadership aiding and assisting the Clinton Campaign, James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Loretta Lynch and Sally Yates et al.

Actually, I would be dumfounded if direct evidence therein is not discovered.  (link)

And today, as if on cue, just as predicted; right before the IG report is to drop – here comes Gowdy.

Brilliant play by the UniParty (Deep State) to position Trey Gowdy as an embed, a control agent, awaiting strategic timing to deploy the defensive detonation.

Cue the Gowdy metaphor:

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CTH Archives on Trey Gowdy as he was positioning himself to carry out this operation – ARE  AVAILABLE HERE.

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666 Responses to Strategic Deployment – Trey Gowdy Defends FBI and DOJ – Spygate Was Justified…

  1. Carrie says:

    Help me fellow Treepers! My source in the Senate is claiming that the Senators are disappointed (don’t believe him) in Nunes because a long while back, when he and Gowdy could go in the SCIF and see the DOJ papers, Nunes apparently only sent Gowdy to see them. They are even claiming that Nunes refused to look at them (and supposedly angering other House R’s in the process)! Is this true? I can’t believe that and I don’t remember it happening that way. If only Gowdy saw the originals that will be a bad position or Nunes because now all of his recollections or opinions will be discounted.

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    • Joshua2415 says:

      Nunes had to step aside because the dems demanded a bogus ethics investigation of him. His hands were tied until that investigation was over and he was cleared of all wrong doing.

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    • gda says:

      That’s nonsense. Nunes needed a lawyer to view these documents, bottom line. Up steps that paragon of prosecutorial virtue – Trey Gowdy.

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  2. Gowdy is very clever with his words, he could be playing swamp gatekeeper or he could be drawing attention to the issue hours/days before the IG report drops.

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    • Kris says:

      I posted on FB’s Patriot’s Uprising page, who decodes Q drops, that I have always been wary of Gowdy, I was told not to be an “idiot” as it is all part of “the Plan”? Needless to say, I unfollowed this page as being called an “idiot” because I don’t know who to trust anymore, is inappropriate!!!

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    • Amy Potts says:

      I have watched every one of the recent Gowdy interviews very carefully, including the exchange with Nora O’Donnell. What Gowdy seems to be saying and what he is actually saying are not the same. He went to great pains to avoid confirming there was not a spy, he merely diverged into a discussion of semantics.

      He refers to the FBI doing exactly the right thing after “getting the information they got,” without saying exactly what that information was. (and no one asked) Perhaps they got phony information from the CIA, but proceeded correctly with the assumption it was true?

      The most puzzling thing to me is that Gowdy clearly speaks of Trump’s request to Comey to find out if anyone in his campaign was colluding as if it was the trigger for “spygate.” Problem is “spygate” occurred in early-mid 2016 and Trump’s request occurred in 2017. None of Gowdy’s interviewers that I have seen have brought up the actual timeline of events.

      I know Gowdy understands the timeline, so why he is misrepresenting the sequence of these events is extremely curious.

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  3. AH_C says:

    Nice layout, Sundance. Last night, I was thinking, that’s it. Trey has definitely sold us out. However, listening to his interview today, I can only see one route in which he could actually surprise us and turn out to be a white hat, however dirtied he might have been with past commitees.

    It’s only possible, given the specificity of his claims, doing so, could give him room to spring the trap shut on deep state by claiming he’s changed his mind. He is practically saying he doesn’t know what Nunes knows regarding the other pieces, nor does Nunes know what he knows regarding his own piece of the investigation. The piece he knows, shows that this phase was by the book, “assuming” the other phases were also by the book. But he doesn’t know if they were, as he’s made sure to tell us.

    When the big picture is revealed, then we’ll see his true colors. I hope for Trey’s sake, that he bought Trump’s sale pitch for Ohio.

    If not, Trey will go down in history under the column relegated to Chamberlain, Quisling, Benedict Arnold

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    • g.w says:

      Might be time to believe our eyes and stop speculating, in rainbow fashions, of how our eyes may be deceiving us. Gowdy finally outing himself is no big shock. Who ever really trusted the man playing both sides of the street all along.

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      • AH_C says:

        All I’m saying is that it’s too soon to convict. But if he proves to be blackhat, then he is equally the traitor that Comey, Clapper, Brennan et al are. I merely postulate that in spite of his past failures, he could still redeem himself.

        Put it this way, can you convict him to death penalty right now, beyond a shadow of doubt? I could, if the defendant were one of the aforementioned. Trey? Not yet.

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        • Dixie says:

          Gowdy damaged us badly last night and today by providing fodder to the democrats. He has betrayed us, President Trump and Devin Nunes. There is not enough time left for him to redeem himself now.

          Liked by 2 people

          • AH_C says:

            We don’t know that yet. It all depends what happens after the oig report is dropped. In the meantime, hope for the best, prepare for the worst.

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        • Paul Killinger says:

          That’s right , the jury’s still out on Trey Gowdy…

          After all, he hasn’t waved that piece if paper yet like Neville Chamberlain did guaranteeing “Peace in our time.”

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  4. youme says:

    CNN now has a Russia tracker which includes all the witness interviews, subpoenas, criminal charges, and tracks all the key players

    CNN has the investigation beginning
    Sometime after August 19, 2016

    Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort

    FISA warrant

    The FBI investigation into Russian meddling started in July 2016. As part of that probe, the FBI asked the secretive court that handles the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act to authorize surveillance of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, CNN reported. The Wall Street Journal reported that the surveillance began after Manafort left the Trump campaign in mid-August 2016.

    https://www.cnn.com/interactive/2017/politics/russia-investigations/#/

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  5. jello333 says:

    I’ve seen a few people express surprise that Gowdy would turn out to be such a scumbag, considering his background… part of that background being as a former prosecutor. Well, I’ll just remind everyone that a prosecutor is every bit as likely as a defense lawyer of being evil to the core. In fact, considering their enormous power, a prosecutor can be THE most dangerous lawyer out there… and the least likely to ever be brought to justice for their misdeeds.

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  6. FrontierDayz says:

    RoosterHead’s act is getting very tiring and unbelievable…He’s trying to set the table for the Deep State’s exoneration and then bail out…what a guy….

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  7. gingergal says:

    Wow at 1:25 in first video Gowdy admits he has never met President Trump nor talked to him when asked why he thinks the president does not agree. That’s a deflection, but still, isn’t it odd he has never spoken to Donald Trump?

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    • Dixie says:

      He’s was probably never-Trump but yet he favored Marco???? Gowdy must be a lousy judge of character.

      It’s beyond my comprehension that so many republicans and all the democrats plus half of the country think they are better than President Trump. What kind of inflated ego does it take to refuse to accept someone who has accomplished so much.

      One would think they’d want to get on the Trump train to enjoy the success of his endeavors; but alas, they’d rather jump in front of it and get run over by it. And I hope they are smashed to smithereens. And right now, Gowdy is at the top of the list.

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  8. MolonLabe says:

    Has anyone noticed Gowdy’s recent “makeover”? He used to look like such a country bumpkin with ill fitting suits and shirts and that crazy hair. Suddenly he looks like he just walked out of a Saville Row tailor shop and his hair is somewhat under control. It may be nothing, but someone has definitely intervened. I wonder why? Getting him ready for his next stage of metamorphosis? I haven’t trusted him since he botched the Benghazi hearings.

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    • CollusionMyth says:

      The Demosocialists must have provided an image consultant. They want him prepared for the many appearances they are arranging for him with the propagandists in the MSM.

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    • Maquis says:

      He didn’t botch them, he tanked them.

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      • FrontierDayz says:

        Exactly…Boehner reluctantly allowed the Benghazi hearings only to be slow walked by Gowdy….his cross of HildaBeast was early deplorable…..the sooner he exits Congress the better….

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    • Nancy J. Murphy says:

      You are right. I went to Google images to check it out. There has been an amazing transformation.

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    • Pete says:

      ML, I thought the same thing when I saw the interview. Visual proof of a turncoat?

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    • Paul Killinger says:

      SomeTHING intervened alright. On the street they call them “Benjamins!”

      And as for the DC Swamp and its too many Gowdys to count having been completely corrupted… WHO KNEW?

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  9. Electra says:

    Oh, this is bad. Really bad.

    Where is Devin Nunes?

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    • zooamerica says:

      It’s NOT BAD.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Electra says:

        What? It’s not bad that Trey Gowdy wants to cover everything up?

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        • Electra says:

          Okay, I just read your post below, and I see where you’re coming from–it’s a definite possibility you’ve got it right–but here’s the thing: One could posit any number of plausible scenarios involving double agents, double crosses, triple crosses, etc., but in lieu of real evidence, we must fall back on good old Occam’s Razor. If it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck…

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  10. zooamerica says:

    The closer the release of the IG “Final Report” gets, the crazier things are getting.

    Trey Gowdy Just Said What?

    Yes, that was a pun on Drudge’s headline….now let’s get serious.

    I promise that you will have a smile on your face if you read this in its entirety.

    https://madworldnews.com/trey-gowdy-ag-jeff-sessions/

    Trey Gowdy Discovers AG Jeff Sessions’ Secret Plan, Immediately Makes 1 Huge Demand

    “Sessions’ secret plan to let the deep state operatives off the hook by appointing a powerless Inspector General had finally been exposed.”

    ———-full article above.

    If this is true, then Gowdy is a white hat and Sessions is a black hat.

    CRAZY?

    A caller on Rush Limbaugh today suggested that Gowdy is essentially buttering up the press, getting on their good side before Trump fires Sessions and replaces him with Gowdy.

    In other words, it was an act to get confirmed by congress as the next AG.

    Gowdy’s past prosecution failures are notorious, but he does have a legitimate, reasonable excuse as to why he failed to indict the mob.

    Obama made Trey Gowdy look like he was doing a fool’s errand. .

    Look at the context in which he was working…Gowdy was surrounded by Deep State fish, a Deep State President in Obama, and Deep State Sharks in South Carolina connected to the Bush’s and the Clinton’s and God knows who else.

    Gowdy supported Rubio because Rubio was supported by the Bush’s..he had to endorse him or else he would get the Trump treatment by the media.

    Gowdy is now flying in safe space over the communist media radar….

    Those who were in positions of high power in Washington, D.C. and the media were all in on it…The Big Scandal…the biggest scandal in American history.

    AND THEY STILL LOST

    Trey Gowdy AND Inspector General Horowitz BOTH got screwed by President Obama.

    https://americandigitalnews.com/2017/12/18/doj-ig-horowitz-p1-his-war-with-obama-admin/#.Ww9BqtQrKt8

    DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz – Part 1 – His War with Obama Administration

    WE SHOULD BE HAPPY!

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    • feral2th says:

      I appreciate your optimism, but I can’t see Trump appointing Gowdy AG .. I will be flat out shocked if he does, but that would indeed improve my view of Gowdy.

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    • AH_C says:

      I accept that Trey may have been a hostage to the deep state and is now acting still as a deep stater. We’ll know soon enough on that.

      But I don’t accept that Sessions is a black hat. But again, we’ll know soon enough.

      Bottom line, I still trust Trump is fighting to free us all from the ever encroaching army of bureaucrats, so I’ll just follow his lead.

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    • I will stick with SD’d view of Gowdy, he has been compromised, paid off, bought out, yadda, yadda. No Way could I see Gowdy as AG under Trump after saying he has never met! Sessions WAS a yuge friend of Trump, until the recusal snafu, now they won’t speak to each other. And Gowdy is in the camp that Trump put Rosenstein and Wray in place. Wray is as absent as Sessions and Rosenstein is the guy that told Trump TO fire Comey and then they throw Trump under the table, pfffftttttttttt
      No way Gowdy will win this out, but it makes for a great Disney story.
      YMMV

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    • spren says:

      Sorry to burst your bubble, but Sessons didn’t appoint the IG Democrats did before Trump became President.

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  11. feral2th says:

    I’ll take Mark Levin over ‘Howdy Doody’ Gowdy any day.. Gowdy is either stupid and just buying into the rhetoric and the spin, or he is complicit in the attempt to cover up… either way, he’s wrong and he should keep his mouth shut, he’s just proving what an a$$ he is.

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  12. NYVoter says:

    will post it here as well,

    please contact devin nunes, and thank him for the good work he does,
    https://nunes.house.gov/contactform/

    also if you want to donate for his campaign, here is a link
    https://www.devinnunes.com/contribute/

    lets show for the swamp that being on the #MAGA side is what the american ppl want.

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  13. treehouseron says:

    Here’s how I see it.

    People often want to ‘replace’ some of these swamp creatures, like Paul Ryan, etc. with a new guy… but my point, the way I see it is, when you get a ‘new’ guy in, he gets to play the charade for quite awhile before he’s forced to drop the mask. so we’re better exposing, and then manipulating the swamp creatures, than we are replacing them with other, still fully masked swamp creatures.

    Take Gowdy. he’s been doing the Washington tango for what, 7 years now? We’re just NOW seeing the mask drop to the point where everybody can see him for what he is. Look at all the stuff he’s been involved with, how does a guy who was only elected in 2011 get in all these key positions?

    … because they WANT him in all these key positions. Like Sundance has shown, and was probably one of the first people to notice, Gowdy is controlled opposition. Always has been.

    it’s taken us 7 years to get to a point where most people can see him for what he is.

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    Now, the other thing to think about is this: They just BURNED one of their big time players. Why would they force Gowdy to drop the mask? Why is Gowdy giving us full frontal right now, knowing full well it not only risks exposing him but guarantees exposing him to all the right?

    It’s because they’re desperate. This is all the proof you need, that this IG report is going to be HUGE. You might even say

    YUGE.

    Keep in mind, they’re this desperate, ABOUT THE HILLARY REPORT. This isn’t even the good stuff yet!

    The testimony is TUESDAY. That means this report will drop Thursday (today), Friday (tomorrow) , or Monday. Period.

    Is everyone ready? Buckle Up. Cuddle Up. It’s going to be bumpy!

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  14. SideEyedKat says:

    Sundance, I learn an awful lot from your posts, but damn! I wish you would quit talking in circles and veiled movie clips!

    If all these guys are UniParty, then is Tom Cotton, who Gowdy mentions in the interview with Norah, also part of this scheme?

    And why is Jason Chaffetz, who you imply was part of the IRS targeting scandal, standing up for Trump on Fox?

    It’s very confusing when people you thought were some of the few “good guys” are actually supposedly enmeshed with the enemy Uniparty!

    Why would they do that? What are they getting out of it?

    Why did Chaffetz suddenly quit so early into Trump’s admin? Why is Gowdy leaving a safe seat?

    Can we even trust Nunes or is he part of the Uniparty cabal as well?

    As with most of your posts, you answer a few questions, but raise many more (seems like you’re trying to be mysterious, but it’s really just frustratingly annoying!).

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    • treehouseron says:

      I would imagine Sundance posts like that so you’ll find the answers to your own questions, instead of them being explained to you. If someone lays it all out, and tells you what’s going on, you might take it or leave it, but if they lay it all out and you put the pieces together yourself, you’ll accept it.

      When the access Hollywood tape dropped, Jason Chaffetz personally went on several left wing t.v. shows THAT NIGHT to talk about how he was un endorsing President Trump. He does not stick up for Trump. He makes money.

      When he was in congress, he was paid by people you and I will never meet, to say and do everything that he did. Ultimately he had to leave congress, who knows why, maybe his best donor decided they wanted to give all their money to Gowdy. Who knows.

      Now he’s on Fox News, who never miss an opportunity to throw shade on our President as well. Sure they ‘stick up for him’ on some things, but hardly anybody there voted for him. Greg Gutfield was bragging on twitter before the election that nobody he knew was going to vote for Trump. Who does he know? Everybody that works at Fox.

      There are VERY FEW Trump supporters in Washington. There are some Trump USERS in Washington, but very few supporters.

      Nunes is trustworthy, he’s a patriot. I still think Jeff Sessions is a patriot, but time will tell. Gowdy is a clown, he’s never accomplished anything, he let the Bengazi hearing earn him a ton of campaign contributions but not much else. Chaffetz is a slimeball.

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      • Dixie says:

        Never heard Sundance referred to as “annoying” and I wanted to jump to his defense. But your calm and reasoned response was better than anything I could have said. You must be use to dealing with out of control females. And just for the record, most of the time, I am one.

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    • sundance says:

      Sea Island, Georgia, March 2016. Look it up. That should answer most of your questions.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Tl Howard says:

        Musk at least is saying give Trump a chance, he’s actually doing good things, trying new things.

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      • Pat Frederick says:

        wow…thanks for that!
        I did google it and I’m still picking my jaw up off the floor! I probably didn’t get the best article out there to read, but the names on the list of participants! You’re absolutely right–so many puzzle pieces fell into place!

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  15. Whatever happened to the documents that Trey and Nunes asked to see? Adam Schiff didnt see them either yet nobody is talking about it anymore. They were suppose to see the documents concerning the Stefan Halper matter but nobody did and now its forgotten, wtf? How can Trey say all this when he didnt even get to see the original documents they were promised? Why did they stop demanding to see them?

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  16. Nunya Bidness says:

    What I have picked up so far is that there was no spy in the Trump campaign, or maybe there was an informant – to protect Trump. Anyway, there was no such person, who was completely appropriate per FBI procedures and requested by Trump, who has no evidence for his statements that the campaign was under surveillance.

    If there is any more clarification of this matter and I’ll have to take a pill, maybe two..or three.

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  17. Mike diamond says:

    Did the deep state get to trey?? Now he is wearing pink shirts and sometimes pink ties,he acts passive and diffirent!

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  18. sumoyokozuna says:

    This is the same guy that investigated HRC and Benghazi for a year and it all went no where… he is all cowboy hat and no cattle>
    would not trust a thing he says,,,, used to, but I have concluded he is part swamp and part BS

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  19. OverWatch says:

    This is a fantastic article by Sundance. It condenses all splitter strategy and uniparty concepts into one easy read with all the backup sources you could hope for. I have sent this to my friends who don’t understand because they watch the pravda outlets.

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  20. Bill Henslee says:

    Gowdy simply repeats that the President told Comey that he wanted the FBI to investigate while sliding over the fact that the conversation with Comey came at the time Comey presented the edited ‘pee version’ of the Steele dossier—AND THAT WAS NEARLY A YEAR AFTER THE START OF THE PLOT. Gowdy knows better.

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  21. Gowdy is a neverTrump globalist CONservative… aka total liar politician

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  22. whodoneit says:

    Gowdy has proven himself to be just another turncoat among many. Why be surprised.

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  23. Vigyor says:

    Gowdy’s behaviour and words are consistent with someone who has caved in to blackmail by the FBI or the DNC or who knows what Democrat agent somewhere.

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