Representative Ron DeSantis Deconstructs Decepticon Trey Gowdy…

Earlier today candidate for Florida Republican Governor, Ron DeSantis, appeared on Fox Morning broadcast to deconstruct the ridiculous claims of decepticon Trey Gowdy.



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344 Responses to Representative Ron DeSantis Deconstructs Decepticon Trey Gowdy…

  1. ElvisP says:

    Trey Gowdy has been blowing a lot of smoke but always seemed to be short on action. I had hoped that he was not part of the crooked deep state but it’s looking like he probably is.

    Liked by 8 people

  2. TwoLaine says:

    Gowdy has been auditioning for a show or spot on one of the weasel fake news networks, like CNN or MSNBC. He knows none of us trust him anymore. He burned that bridge long ago.

    Liked by 8 people

  3. sat0422 says:

    Gowdy looks guilty of something and he sounds really goofy in his manner. Somebody has gotten to him really big time. Maybe they have him on tape….or his actions are being outed by an informant for the Trump (and American people) side.

    Liked by 4 people

    • He sold out for big bucks, that’s what they have on him. Can’t wait to see who he goes to work for after he “retires” from Congress. Should be interesting.

      Liked by 2 people

    • dd_sc says:

      I don’t think they’ve “gotten to him” in any blackmailing sense of the word. He’s just a bought and paid for member of the Deep State. Like it’s been pointed out, his job is chaff and counter measures. Like McCain and Graham, they trot him out to provide the bipartisan cover to the counter measures.

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  4. Cheesehead54016 says:

    Watched all six.. Had watched the orher five previously. How can any reasonable prosecutor not find criminal intent???? Comey is as big of a criminal and has same or more Lack of Candor as anyone in this whole thing. Even more so in my opinion. Prosecute and bring back the integrity of our justice system. We demand it.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Judiciary says:

      Cheesehead, I agree, but, the elephant in the room is how on earth Comey could repeat Obama’s lie that intent had any bearing on the willful breaking of laws that require no intent.

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  5. Josey Wales says:

    Felt that way about Gowdy since the Benghazi hearings. He was all bluster on TV then went lame during the Hearings. Similar to Republicans trying to repeal Obamacare while Obama was in office then failing to do so when they had the opportunity. Not Trustworthy. After the Strzok- Page memos ? You’re kidding , right ?

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    • dd_sc says:

      He was like that for Fast and Furious, as well as, the IRS hearings. Just a Junior Swamp Critter at that time. He and Graham were promoted circa 2014.

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  6. Chewbarkah says:

    To kill Gowdy’s pretense that the Spygate operations were “just doing their job”, ask this question:
    Why were the contacts set up to occur overseas instead of in the US?

    CIA and FBI went to a lot of trouble and expense to lure Popadopoulos and Page from the US to Britain, paying their airfare, having Halper pay P $3,000 to write some useless report as an excuse and to put him under obligation, and involving Page in an academic “conference”. Now why, why, why would they go to all that trouble when there’s no shortage of cheap stooges, bimbos, and booze in the old USA? Guilty.

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    • akaPatience says:

      It’s becoming clearer and clearer they were trying to cover their tracks, isn’t it?
      Unfortunately for them and their cause, these so-called pros in the FBI and CIA were seriously sloppy in conducting their subterfuge. No wonder they can’t keep their stories straight.


  7. feral2th says:

    Every one of the 44 Republicans who are jumping ship this November should be regarded with suspicion. The deep state is losing the war, their wheels are about to come off and the RINOs or deep state chameleons who are running for the exit may be culpable.. I am hoping for some real justice for the damage these corrupt politicians and federal employees have caused the American people.

    Liked by 7 people

    • steph_gray says:

      I see the 44 as a once in a lifetime chance to replace with true MAGA candidates. That would certainly produce a far better Congress.

      We have a lot of work ahead.

      Liked by 5 people

  8. Sentient says:

    The entire libtard media complex is running with their talking point that “Spygate” (and they always put it in quotation marks to disparage it) is “a lie”, a “Trump conspiracy theory”, etc. The Journ-O-Lists obviously were handed their messaging and told to go spread it around like manure. That’s how you know it’s way worse than a straight shooter like DeSantis can say out loud. It must be hard for him not to erupt that the whole intelligence community & FBI apparatus is treasonous and that the lot of them should be strung up. Although some, I’m sure, are good people – like maybe the guys who maintain the HVAC system at FBI headquarters.

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  9. Frbrdskmi says:

    This may not be the thread for my comments and please don’t label me a troll or Eeyore. I do not believe there will be any criminal charges/indictments against the vile and corrupt players in the coup to overthrow our VSG President Donald Trump. Where is David Nunes since the closed door meeting, nothing but crickets. Then Howdy Doody Gowdy does his flip -flop that honestly, if the man were in front of me I would throat punch him. Our greatest weapon to help President Trump will be our votes. If the Liberals and RINOS continue to control OUR treasured offices, then everything President Trump has accomplished and continues to accomplish for us will be completely voided. I pray daily for those who are blinded by the poison that is Liberal thinking. Hear my prayer O Lord and save our beloved America.

    Liked by 4 people

  10. Zippy says:

    As Dan Bongino has pointed out, the origin story of this farce keeps changing and we have YET to actually see “Paragraph 1”, the official origination document. That, along with all of the massive amounts of stonewalling as they hope for the issue to go away if the Dims win the House at the midterms should prove beyond any doubt that this investigation process most certainly HAS NOT been a proper one.

    Gowdy needs to leave and go off to his swamp reward. Meanwhile, he should just shut up. He won’t because that would reduce his revolving door swamp job bonus.

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  11. wolfrom1 says:

    The problem is ten minutes of Gowdy on the biased media takes days to counteract. The delusional left have a closed mind. The poor are not informed and do not want to take a chance of losing badly needed benefits. That is changing surprisingly fast, though not fast enough. Conservatives need to
    get out and vote. Be sure to take as many 50/50s with you as you can. My confidence is high!
    Our president is doing the work of three men.He is ten years older than me and puts me to shame. Let’s all try to do a little more God bless America.

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  12. Michael says:

    Howdy Gowdy has always sounded great but delivered little.


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