FBI Director of Counterintelligence Bill Priestap to Testify Tomorrow to Joint Congressional Committee…

As previously discussed, FBI Director of Counterintelligence E.W. “Bill” Priestap, FBI Head of National Security Division, Michael Steinbach, and the former head of the FBI National Security Division, John Giacalone, are all scheduled to testify to congress this month.

The three FBI officials will be testifying to a joint congressional committee of the Judiciary and House Oversight members.  The joint committee was formed by Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte and Oversight Chairman Trey Gowdy.  The first testimony is tomorrow; and FBI Director of Counterintelligence Bill Priestap will go first.   This will be Priestap’s first congressional testimony.  Unfortunately, the testimony will be behind closed doors.

FBI Asst. Director of Counterintelligence, Bill Priestap, is central to all of the activity that was happening in both the Clinton investigation and the Trump investigation. Bill Priestap was FBI Agent Peter Strzok’s immediate boss. However, as noted in the text messages Strzok often worked around Priestap at the behest of the person giving him political instructions – FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.

The timing of the testimony also speaks to the timing of the upcoming Inspector General report regarding the politicization of the DOJ and FBI surrounding the Clinton investigative outcomes.  Some of the most significant releases have come while President Trump is outside of Washington DC; and with the G7 on June 8th – 9th in Canada; it would seem likely the IG report is to be made public anytime over the next 72 hours.

Again, a note of caution.  Eight months ago -in advance of the sunlight now upon the FBI and DOJ- Trey Gowdy created the joint committee between Oversight and Judiciary.  There is increased reason to believe Trey Gowdy is compromised and working on a self-driven-agenda to defend the institutions currently under review.

Remember, Gowdy opened a ridiculous investigation on the White House doctor, but refused to participate in an investigation of the Special Counsel Robert Mueller.   Priorities.  Recently Gowdy has been very public with his defense of Mueller, the corrupt FBI apparatus and the DOJ where he was a former U.S. prosecutor.   Ergo, given his structured positioning – these closed door hearings might not generate the type of inquisitive and hard-lined questioning that many are hoping for.  Again, just a precaution on expectations.

Earlier today Lou Dobbs and John Solomon discussed tomorrow’s hearing.  [Prompted, just hit play]

 

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Prior CTH article on Joint Committee Hearing.

Prior The Hill article on Joint Committee Hearing.

 

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346 Responses to FBI Director of Counterintelligence Bill Priestap to Testify Tomorrow to Joint Congressional Committee…

  1. Deplore Able says:

    May the good Lord grant Lou Dobbs continued good health and healing. He is an American hero. One of the few in the media who still seeks out the truth.

    Liked by 14 people

    • Ken Maritch says:

      Is he ill?… did something happen?

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      • mutantbeast says:

        Hes missed time in recent moonths. Hes also 72 yrs old, and continues to work a busy schedule between FBN and Salem radio netwroks. Able is definitely correct, no one in any media position does what Dobbs does. If he has to retire, Id like to see someone like a Sheryll Atkisson or a John Solomon in his place. Theya re actual reporters, not media frauds.

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        • Lemmee Adam says:

          How about a show with Solomon and Atkisson as Co-anchors. Talk about some eye opening topics. This is what an “Investigative” news team would look like. We can dream can’t we !

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    • Hangtown Bob says:

      At 10:35 PDT, “The video is unavailable.”

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  2. trapper says:

    I expect two things from this. First, they will try to use Priestap to get an idea what to expect from the IG’s report. What all did the IG discover, what direction did Horowitz take, what was he focused on? Second, when it becomes clear that Preistap was not one of the small group conspirators, but was in fact one of the whistleblowers, a white hat, I expect Gowdy to fall all over himself to get to the microphones to try to dirty up Preistap in advance of the IG’s report. We’ll see how much more Gowdy is willing to disgrace himself.

    The thing is, Preistap’s the real deal, a straight up Special Agent who rose through the ranks. Gowdy doesn’t have a chance against him. Oh, it may take a little while for the report to be digested, but Gowdy has chosen his side, and his side is going down.

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    • I don’t expect anything from this, and with that said I would only urge a little patience for all… and add a reminder that what is going on is far bigger than all of us. We all have our opinions about people involved etc, but we don’t know any of them personally. There is much kabuki about, I’m trying to avoid getting caught up in it, because it’s kabuki and…

      Because globalism.

      Just sayin’… the bigger picture is YUGE.

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      • Akh says:

        I’ve been saying this from the start. There is something more to this that we just aren’t putting together just yet. Are we really just scratching the surface?

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        • Tonawanda says:

          Totally agree: everybody “in the know” is successfully creating confusion for their respective reasons. Something else is going on.

          IMO Trump is still in a live action battle against the Deep State, a battle where the moves and countermoves depend on precise timing.

          The Deep State is sounding desperate and frightened, a good indication of who is winning.

          But just because the Deep State appears to be grasping at straws at times (for instance, the current absurd Narrative about the president pardoning himself), their power is still enormous.

          I pray for Trump and for all the good men and women.

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      • ok4ayl says:

        Sundance always seem to circle back to the “money”…There are TRILLIONS at stake, this is the reason most go to Washington, not to do any “work of the people”….Once you clearly see the pattern and the dynamic its much easier to see it play out. I agree with your premise, patience is a must in this little side show too……

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        • Steve says:

          Money and Power, the usual suspects.

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        • Mickturn says:

          It’s always about the ‘How much can a politician and their thugs steal and get away with it…MONEY’.

          Know this, The Deep State is loaded with ‘Criminals’ that have been robbing the USA blind for many years. That is why the Deep State is fighting for their lives against Trump. He knows how they do it and I feel he wants to take them all out. More Power to Trump to do just that!

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      • Nightstand says:

        Just a little patience, that’s all I have heard for the past year. I have no hope that this whole thing will be solved. Justice In America is dead. All the players you read about on this board are holding onto a false hope. From Little rat nose AG Sessions and that drunk overhung looking FBI director Wray , on down are worthless criminals.

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    • Jayne Gilmore says:

      Gosh, B. Priestap was mentioned repeatedly in Strokz/Page texts when they had to give hm updates and reports on their progress. It’s very puzzling that he remained in his position. However, his wife has lots of strategic ties which may play into why.

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      • Anonymous says:

        He’s a blackhat like Rosie. He knew what was going on but was not the worst of the schemers. They don’t really have a reason to fire him other than that he was in on the investigation (which is still running, so that is not a reason). With McCabe and Page it was different…had them for the leaking.

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        • Mickturn says:

          I feel the perps realize the game is up and it’s time to turn states evidence or go down with the rest of them…it’s every man/woman for themselves…No Honor among thieves!

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    • brenrod says:

      more likely that Priestap was in on it but became a cooperating witness after Comey through him under the bus. He likely has immunity or a plea deal and kept in the FBi to be controlled.

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    • cali says:

      @trapper: Great thinking! 🙂

      Then there is FBI lead investigator Giacalone who resigned in disgust after his and his team’s hard word on Hillary’s email case was sabotaged and went ‘sideways’. He resigned without notice leaving his team in utter shock!

      Giacalone is testifying voluntarily about his and that of his team of investigators were sabotaged as well as running into a brick wall.

      This patriot can not easily be dismissed and I would assume that OIG Horowitz also interviewed him!

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        I wish someone like this would give a press conference after speaking yo Congress, with his talking points printed out, and hand it to thr press! Dates, times, names! … don’t know if that would cause problems or not.

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    • Lemmee Adam says:

      Ok so its Preistep’s time to either lie or be honest with the American people….and again…it will all be done “Behind closed doors”. But has anyone else noticed the complete absence of “Chris Wray”….he is like the Captain of the ‘Valdez….the ship is way off course..yet he makes no commitment to alter the course…and right the ship again.

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  3. MustangBlues says:

    ”’What good is the truth when we cannot hear it?”

    Truth then exists, there is a record, people seek it out, more people hear of if, and more people seek it out,

    And Truth wins, despair loses.

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    • LetsPlay says:

      Agreed! Closed door hearings my butt! These politicians only have closed door sessions to protect themselves and their friends and to hide the truth. And the last bastion of the scoundrel, patriotism or “national security” will be used as the excuse for such actions.

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      • Steve says:

        Have faith. In the age of the internet there are no closed doors, no gatekeepers. The Truth will out!

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        • Nightstand says:

          The key board on your , or anyone’s computer never got any criminal arrested and put in jail. Only a warrant and handcuffs and a trial will or can do that. The last I heard there has been none of those. And there won’t be.

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    • TomJ says:

      Exactly. The idea that these are closed door sessions when many in Congress are compromised is a sad joke on the American people.

      Just the idea that no one, not even a republican congress has asked to examine the DNC servers should say a lot about our representatives.

      These need to be all open door so the public can see what is going on.

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  4. Donna in Oregon says:

    Anyone that has watched CSPAN knows why they do ‘closed doors’.

    It’s cruel and unusual punishment to listen to some of these neophytes read off their questions and statements written by their staff…. they don’t even know enough to make the cover-up job look good.

    I watched Jamie Dimon testify before the Senate in 2012.

    One. Only one Senator had 1/8 of a clue. Dimon talked around and under them so easily it was embarrassing. Anyone that worked any of the Wall Street top companies knows exactly what happened, how Chase lost $20 billion on derivatives after Dodd-Frank had become law. Whoopsie!

    The only thing Washington DC Pols understand is that Wall Street gives them money to shut-up and look the other way.

    So watch this CSPAN video and every time someone says “derivative” put in “subversion” and it’ll be just like your in the super, special meeting with Mr. Counterintelligence.

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    • Robert Groom says:

      I was well into adulthood before I had even the smallest dealings with our legal establishment. As a physician, the first time I testified in a deposition for a medical malpractice lawsuit (thankfully, not against me) was a shocking eye-opener. The lawyer and whoever was writing questions for him were less knowledgeable about the medical science at issue than a Boy Scout with a first-aid merit badge. I was honestly astonished that hundreds of thousands of dollars and a colleague’s reputation hinged on the believability of this dunce’s theatrics in front of twelve people who were likely to be even less informed and intelligent than he.

      The booby hatch on Capitol Hill has never given me any cause to believe that its lawyerly inmates are any more intelligent or better prepared than that hapless ambulance chaser. I am continually amazed at the poor quality of questions that are asked of witnesses by the grandstanding morons who “represent” us. I admit it’s possible that some of them are dirty and deliberately sandbagging the proceedings, but I think it’s entirely possible that they really are so stupid and ignorant and in love with the sound of their own voices that they bungle what could otherwise be slam-dunk assaults on the Swamp.

      Liked by 14 people

      • nimrodman says:

        “… bungle what could otherwise be slam-dunk assaults on the Swamp”

        Hopefully that shortcoming will be made up by Prosecutors and an Inspector General

        Liked by 4 people

      • Timolin says:

        The concern has to be that not only do they bungle, but that they throw the game. I agree with your opinion of the legal game – and the last decent lawyer I had wound up in jail!

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      • Pied Piper says:

        Well written, Mr. Groom. Reminds me that the entire purpose of all congressional hearings is to secure votes and fill the campaign coffers. You can add in a smattering of smear thrown your political opponents way for some icing on the cake.

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      • Tonawanda says:

        OTOH there are many lawyers with medical knowledge far superior to many doctors, and a far better capacity of deductively arriving at better medical insights.

        The professions in this country generally are in a state of collapse to the extent they have ceased being professions, which is a considerable extent.

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        • Qbinky says:

          Yes, Tonawanda! From your comment: “The professions in this country generally are in a state of collapse to the extent they have ceased being professions, which is a considerable extent.” From my experience, a significant reason this is true is that clueless bureaucrats have regulated professions that they know nothing about. And they do so because they can, and lots of people are making money off those regulations.

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          • Tonawanda says:

            It is quite obvious to me that the medical profession has debased itself through third party considerations by lawyers and insurance companies.

            The patient has become the enemy, and this message is clear (to use one example) by the arrogant incompetence of those who work for medical practices, who are nasty when they make one of their frequent mistakes.

            And HIIPA is NOT about privacy, it is about invading privacy and removing privacy, for the sake of government, lawyers, insurance companies and busybodies.

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            • CirclinTheDrain says:

              The medical profession has/should collapse because 1) they long ago sold their soul to Big Pharma and 2) they conduct spurrious science disguised as medical research. Even the JAMA says that over 50% of medical papers are inaccurate/faked/biased and 3) they use laws/regulations to suppress any competition for their services.

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            • singular says:

              I will never sign another HIPPA form.

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        • dayallaxeded says:

          Sadly true! Lowered standards, diversity over competence and commitment to core values, focus on immediate $ rather than professionalism and integrity. That’s what I see and decry in the legal profession that has changed massively just in my lifetime. The ABA and a few high-profile, advertising lawyers have managed to hi-jack the whole. My original mentors (all RIP) wouldn’t recognize the profession today.

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      • jbrickley says:

        Well, Hank Johnson (Congress D-GA) was openly concerned that Guam was in danger of capsizing due to overpopulation on one side during an Armed Services Committee meeting. How Admiral Robert Willard didn’t burst out laughing, I cannot comprehend. It has also been very bad for IT professionals to watch the Hillary Clinton private email server or the IRS claiming to have lost Lois Lerner’s emails because her laptop hard drive crashed or the Democrats paying Pakistani spies to provide IT support and Debbie Wasserman-Schultz was still paying them after their access was revoked and she wanted her laptop back that was seized during an investigation. Or the Lousiana Democrat, William J. (Dollar bill) Jefferson who was caught with $90k in his freezer and previously, after Hurricane Katrina, he received a National Guard amphibious escort to “visit his constituents” but it was a cover to retrieve valuables from his own submerged home. Suitcases likely containing cash and computers likely holding evidence of fraud were removed. Thankfully, he was convicted, sent to prison, went bankrupt and many of his family were also charged.

        Nothing quite so incompetent and slimy as a politician. At least some of Congress are medical doctors.

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      • Mickturn says:

        We NO LONGER have a ‘Justice System’, what we have now is a ‘Legal System’, of, by and for the Lawyers/Politicians/Judges to the detriment of our great Country!

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  5. Matrony says:

    FBI Counterintelligence chief, Bill Priestap, will sit down for a closed-door session with lawmakers on Tuesday, according to John Solomon of The Hill.

    All accounts say that Priestap is a cooperating witness. In other words, if there’s one person who can confirm that the FBI counterintelligence operation on the Trump campaign was politically motivated – or that malfeasance occurred during the process, it’s Bill Priestap.

    While the session will be closed-door, we imagine leaks will be forthcoming as seems to be standard operating procedure these days.

    Just who is Bill Priestap really? The Conservative Treehouse presented an in-depth analysis in February. We recommend reading this before deciding on what size popcorn to buy:
    The game is over. The jig is up. Victory is certain… the trench was ignited… the enemy funneled themselves into the valley… all bait was taken… everything from here on out is simply mopping up the details. All suspicions confirmed.

    Why has Devin Nunes been so confident? Why did all GOP HPSCI members happily allow the Democrats to create a 10-page narrative? All questions are answered.
    Fughettaboudit… https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-06-04/fbi-agent-charge-russiagate-operation-and-clinton-email-matter-testify-tuesdayhttps://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-06-04/fbi-agent-charge-russiagate-operation-and-clinton-email-matter-testify-tuesday

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  6. Pete says:

    Probably more smoke and mirrors. Would really like to see some action regarding charges and court dates, prosecutions etc.

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  7. American says:

    This thing is going to grow legs longer than a giraffe in the near future and once that happens, there will be no stopping the divine justice that’s coming to the deep state and every Democrat or RINO also involved. Who murdered Seth Rich? Who murdered Scalia? Which leftist Supreme Court justices are involved? From the Bush’s to the Clinton’s to Obama, much of their cabinets, the uppermost levels of the government bureaucracy, and the wealthy elitists and foreign interests who bought them off. Decades! But soon the ugly truth in all its horribleness will be uncovered and the guilty will start flipping on each other. An epic reckoning is coming and they shall not escape. God wills it as certain as the earth orbits the sun.

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    • glissmeister says:

      Amen.

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    • mike croft says:

      It is like when God will put hooks into the jaws of Gog (Russia) and others and bring them forth to attack against Israel in Ezekiel 38-39 and destroy them. He has drawn the deep state out and exposed them and and He will soon lower the boom! Praise the Lord!

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    • Pied Piper says:

      Nice to contemplate but most of us would be long dead before resolutions could be reached. Remember, the courts are the gatekeepers of the swamp.

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      • Tonawanda says:

        And yet for some peculiar reason I keep on coming back to one thing: Trump.

        And when I arrive at Trump, the gloom and doom evaporates.

        Liked by 3 people

        • That’s why I keep posting the one word ending at times too.

          Trump. The name says it all and in more than one way. Gotta love it… 😉

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        • Steve says:

          Yep. The question I always ask is: knowing DJT’s public persona, is it REALLY likely that he’s going to let all this pass? Is he REALLY going to let this monumentally corrupt effort to destroy him and the US democracy just roll over him like a wave? I leave you to answer that one. Every instinct tells me he has this.

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    • iconoclast says:

      From your lips to God’s ears. The suspense is killing me.

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    • LetsPlay says:

      I agree with you but would take the timeline back to even the JFK assassination or earlier. I could not believe it when I see Gen. George C. Marshall’s name as recipient of the Coudenhove-Kalegi Medal given cover by some Charlemagne medal. This plan goes back to the ’50’s. The rats have been busy and need to be eradicated, fumigated and burned out.

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  8. Charlotte says:

    Breaking: Senate Releases Unredacted Strzok – Page Texts Showing FBI Initiated MULTIPLE SPIES in Trump Campaign in December 2015

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/06/breaking-senate-releases-unredacted-strzok-page-texts-showing-fbi-initiated-multiple-spies-in-trump-campaign-in-december-2015/

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  9. Echo says:

    Gee Wilikers….

    Does this mean that there is going to be another “devastating” Congressional recommendation that the FBI / DoJ prosecute some of it’s own….while the FBI / DoJ is still run by the associates and fellow travellers of the FBI / DoJ felons to be prosecuted?

    If you didn’t laugh, you’d cry……

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  10. Echo says:

    its

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  11. Non=combative. says:

    Tried to watch the Dobbs video this AM but no longer available.
    🔴 Lou Dobbs Tonight 6/4/18 …” This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by James Williams.

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    • SJM says:

      FOX BUSINESS

      Lou Dobbs

      Can the FBI gain back its reputation?
      Jun. 04, 2018 – 7:06 MINUTES- The Hill opinion contributor John Solomon discusses how FBI official Bill Priestap will answer questions on Capitol Hill and whether the FBI will regain its reputation…..LINK to VIDEO:

      http://video.foxbusiness.com/v/5793521228001/?#sp=show-clips

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      • Mickturn says:

        Can the FBI gain back its reputation?

        Not unless ALL the Perps are put in Prison! The rank and file FBI folks are very quiet but you can be sure they are all extremely peeved about all of this!

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        • mutantbeast says:

          I can promise you retired senior FBI types like JIM Kallstrom and Bill Gavin are. Kallstrom, who even back in 2001 opposed Muleturds appointment as director(he said then the Whitey Bulger mess should have ended Muleturds career before it started) Gavin has even used the words like Sedition and yes, treason in regards to the conduct of the Comey FBI 7th floor. Gavin himself has also said hes hard-pressed to see how Preistep couldnt have been involved, considering Prietep is the longest running senior FBI 7th floor offical.

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  12. Boots says:

    “…. these closed door hearings might not generate the type of inquisitive and hard-lined questioning that many are hoping for. ”
    ———————-

    Will this be another IRS, Tea Party, Benghazi hearing where the wrong doers are let off scott free, and the American sheeple are fooled by the kabuki theatrics?

    Will the open/public hearing(s) be any different?

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  13. Kevin Jullion says:

    “Video is unavailable”

    Anyone else seeing that in this blog post?

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  14. Freedom says:

    I am revolted to find that Gowdy is still involved in any way after his traitorous statements made about Russiagate just recently. He should be dismissed immediately. Another dog and pony show? Gowdy should no longer be allowed anywhere near “evidence”.

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  15. French says:

    Video has been removed completly from the internet. I have searched for 20 minutes, nothing. I couldnt even find it on fox’s own website. Does anyone have a link?

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  16. Kris says:

    BOOM.
    BOOM.
    BOOM.
    BOOM.
    A WEEK TO REMEMBER.
    DARK TO LIGHT.
    BLACKOUT NECESSARY.
    Q

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  17. Ed Lester says:

    I remain completely skeptical on any semblance of truth or justice ever coming out of this entire sorry chapter of American politics. The conspirators still remain free to conspire, and in fact, have been hired by major media outlets to continue to push their narrative.

    The Clinton crime family sells access, uranium, and God-knows-what else to foreign powers in exchange for millions, yet are sought out for their opinions. (Note: I believe the current tsk tsk tsking of William Jefferson Horndog is all for show. In a few months all will be forgiven and the media will attach the term “redeemed” to him.)

    I sincerely appreciate all the heavy lifting done by Sundance to expose this sewer plant for what it is, but the sorry Republican Leadership and that feckless you-know-what Gowdy are as determined as the Democrats to hide what really happened. Which means they intend to keep doing it for the 2018 midterms and the 2020 elections and beyond.

    We must keep pushing the conservative agenda and primarying RINO’s at every opportunity. Even with all the RINO retirements, I believe we will pick up seats in the midterms with more conservative candidates.

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    • gary says:

      Gods hand is in this. i think He is bringing them down. trump as president is a miracle.

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    • Timolin says:

      They have spent an unsuccessful year trying to depose the President. Only recently has the momentum turned. I think it unlikely that he will forgive treason and insult without hammering his enemies. They will try to keep him away from it and try to persuade that they can regulate themselves, almost certainly, and this may already be the way they seek to shift things. June is a big month on many fronts.

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      • Mickturn says:

        Trump has been dealing with Crooked Government Hacks all his life…especially in New Jerk where they all have their hands in the Cookie Jar (MONEY)! I would think he is ready to take them all out!

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  18. CollusionMyth says:

    We will learn nothing of real substance of this closed door hearing but it will be interesting and telling the narrative that Gowdy spins.

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  19. gary says:

    truth goes thru three phases. first it is ignored. then it is violently opposed. then it is accepted as self evident.

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  20. Oldskool says:

    Why another closed door meeting? The FBI/DOJ have had the IG’s report for about a month now so it looks like they have to get together to coordinate the new story and redact and/or rewrite incriminating sections of the report. The infuriating thing is that the citizenry is powerless to do anything about this.

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    • LetsPlay says:

      Talk about collusion! How is it that the criminals get to see the report, much less have input into it’s editing, before it is made public. I think Americans need to demand, DEMAND, that the original IG report be made available, if this is in fact true. Unbelievable!

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  21. Zippy says:

    “it would seem likely the IG report is to be made public anytime over the next 72 hours.”

    Yeah, timed just right to allow the MSM to ignore it even more than they normally would as the revelations which will gradually come from it are overridden by the North Korea summit being used as news cover.

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  22. Zippy says:

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  23. jbrickley says:

    So long as people keep up the pressure they won’t be able to sweep this under the rug and get away with it. It’s a bit too late for a cover-up. The CYA brigade is in full swing. Just waiting patiently for the snowball to roll down the mountain.

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  24. TomA says:

    Gowdy is protecting DOJ/FBI because he knows how bad this is going to get if full disclosure occurs. Should the Weiner laptop emails be released to the public, the consequences will be far worse than anyone currently imagines. It could well prompt serious consideration of another revolution in this country. This is also why Ryan and McConnell remain in hiding. The other dirty little secret is that these emails are also in the possession of several foreign intelligence agencies. Blackmail opportunities will remain in play until the truth is outed.

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  25. Caius Lowell says:

    Of course Priestap’s testimony will be behind closed doors so Obama’s deep state can control the information flow. Can’t have the deplorables knowing what’s going on with their out-of-control gubmint…

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  26. Cheesehead54016 says:

    The truth and full disclosure must come or else we will end up as not only Banana Republic but the chances of Civil War increase …… Saving people’s jobs, reputations, freedoms, and politics cannot be factors in this report/investigation(s), prosecutions.

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    • john edward lorenz says:

      the more the delay the more games that can be played. You hope for peaceful resolution but what if it is all whitewashed, then what?

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  27. Bluto says:

    bad video link

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  28. chuckyschmucky says:

    Does Horowitz have the ability to grant any sort of immunity to Priestap for his purported cooperation? If not, then why would Priestap offer any information that could incriminate himself? I would imagine that for his testimony to be of any use, he’ll have to acknowledge at least some role in all of the rampant corruption. And I doubt he’d do that without some kind of immunity.

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