House Joint Committee Hearing With IG Michael Horowitz – 10:00am Livestream…

A joint committee from House Oversight and House Judiciary are conducting a hearing today at 10:00am EDT with DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz. Unlike the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing yesterday the House team has representatives far more knowledgeable of the issues. Hopefully, expertise will deliver better questions.

Members to watch: Jim Jordan, Trey Gowdy, Ron DeSantis, Mark Meadows, Louie Gohmert, John Ratcliffe, Matt Gaetz, Andy Biggs and Steve King. (list) and (list)

Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte has direct primary oversight authority over the DOJ.  Chairman Trey Gowdy comes from the aggregate Oversight/Reform Committee. Far more House members have read the 568-page IG report.  Due to a better informed group of members we are more optimistic for detailed, specific, confrontational and challenging questions to draw out the key issues.  Sunlight is the best disinfectant.

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Inspector General Michael Horowitz Advanced Opening Statement:

 

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2,200 Responses to House Joint Committee Hearing With IG Michael Horowitz – 10:00am Livestream…

  1. Lurker2 says:

    What is Cummings talking about???

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  2. Lumina says:

    Yes democracy is the people & respect our choice of President…

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  3. ledygrey says:

    Did any congress persons ever ask who actually wrote the executive summary?
    (I am working and could not watch…)

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    • BraveandFree says:

      I don’t believe anyone did ask that. Like they say it’s not something I can recall……. 🤷🏼‍♂️

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    • Firefly says:

      Yesterday it was asked- It reflects the IG opinion and Work product . It was also asked if PTrump received an advance copy (H said no). Some of the people in the report were given advance copy and time to respond. H said he did get requests from them tho change the report- as expected in a review process.

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      • Dr.Jay says:

        Example is one of the added foot notes (so an addition not a redaction).
        It gives the rebuttal by McCabe of Comey’s claim that he was only briefed in a fly by meeting about the Weiner laptop.
        Rebuttal from McCabe is added as a footnote: it was a extensive normal meeting where Comey was fully briefed, apparently late September.

        Those kind off review comments are absolutely fine with me 🙂

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        • dawndoe says:

          I felt Horowitz was all too agreeable with what was said to be a fly by briefing…as if it were totally plausible that Comey could have not really thought about it and forgotten about the Weiner laptop since Comey has 35,000 employees or some high number. I’m not buying it. There is no way Comey didn’t really remember that particular briefing. No way. That would have been huge news.

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          • Jan says:

            Me, too. Because there were plenty of news stories about what was on that laptop when it was grabbed by the NYPD Guiliani came out and said you won’t believe what is coming very soon. He would have had friends in the NYPD who would leak things to him. Erik Prince certainly was told about what was on that laptop. Comey would have friends leaking to him as well. But then, Comey’s pretty good at throwing people under the bus and then claiming he doesn’t know anything. Comey & McCabe deserve to be cellmates.

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            • Sa-teef says:

              Comey and McCabe as cell mates would save the taxpayers some money since it is pretty certain one of them would kill the other in short order, hehehe.

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    • para59r says:

      Fairly sure he said he accepts ownership of the product but no specificity to whether he actually authored it.

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    • para59r says:

      Fairly sure he said he accepts ownership of the product but no specificity to whether he actually authored it.

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    • para59r says:

      Fairly sure he said he accepts ownership of the product but no specificity to whether he actually authored it.

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  4. Blind no longer says:

    Wray’s job is on the line now!!! Mueller and Rosenstein you have robbed the American taxpayer but you are both through very soon!

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  5. Plain Jane says:

    How long does gassbag cummings have to blabber?

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  6. Deplore Able says:

    Cummings actually gave some props to Chairman Gowdy.

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  7. Hang me, I was pleasantly surprised by Cummings closing.

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  8. Plain Jane says:

    Shut up Gowdy

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  9. hatterasgal says:

    It’s 5 o’clock lets have a drink……………..

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    • BraveandFree says:

      Ha ha beat you to it!! I agree. Time is the only thing that’s going to tell how this all plays out. Hopefully things will change but not holding out much hope.

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    • Kristin says:

      I had a Moscow (ohhh!Russian) Mule after this whole day of watching. But I got all my ironing done!!

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  10. Abdul Abulbul Amir says:

    I was actually very surprised and pleased at the closing comments of Representative Cummings. Nice close to the hearing.

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  11. Lurker2 says:

    I have come away from this experience (two days of testimony) with respect for Horowitz. EXCEPT the conclusion that the decision to exonerate HIllary was not driven by bias.

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  12. Newhere says:

    Rothfus: did any accounts connected to the Clinton server access FISA database. Interesting!

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  13. Paco Loco says:

    Think of the millions of dollars spent on this cluster puck investigation and ask yourself what have we learned that we didn’t already know. This is a government that can never investigate itself, nor tell the American people the truth. This is a complete waste of time and money.

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    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Hey, guys like Mueller have no problem p!ssing away 20 million dollars. It’s not their money.

      Meanwhile Jeff DonQuixote Sessions is busy, busy, busy

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    • nightmare on k st says:

      its The Big Ugly

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    • zimbalistjunior says:

      yup…and even the people like us treepers are getting annoyed at this…i find that i get less and less pleasure from each new revelation…its a chinese water torture combined with economies of scale or something
      i mean imagine if in november 2016, someone would have revealed to you the strzok text to page that ‘we will not let this happen.’ youd have been shocked, angered, excited, energized

      now it’s just another in the drip drip drip of continuous crap…perhaps thats the blackhat strategy–just drip it out into increasing ennui

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    • jmclever says:

      The better question might be what has been exposed to the average citizen and what does the Swamp now know that we know?

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    • Mark McQueen says:

      Just stop for a second and imagine all the people who don’t follow CTH. What did they know? Also we should appreciate the public confirmation of all the hard work SD has done.

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    • para59r says:

      All of these people involved with this would be paid regardless of what they do. Better this then spending time selling us down the river.

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  14. missilemom says:

    Interesting… major chit chat between Gowdy, Ratcliffe and Horowitz after hearing end.

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  15. RAC says:

    No one is asking how the most highly classified documents came to be in amongst clintons emails, by what route did they get there who sent them. Seems to me to be one of the most obvious things people should want to know because there is at least one person sending such stuff to her homebrew server who broke the same law and is as guilty as she is.

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      But….the FBI can’t handle prosecuting 150 people for mishandling classified info 🙂

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    • Newhere says:

      Actually — of the emails they actually bothered to look at, the question of who sent them and how did classified information come to reside on the server was the main question. But, the key is, who’s email were they looking at? Report indicates various employees throughout federal agencies. Not exactly fair — by ONLY using her private account, Clinton forced people (underlings) who’s job it was to communicate with her to use her system. IMO Clinton’s responsible for all of it.

      But what about other high-level officials who communicated with Clinton through the server and may have sent classified information? We know Obama did. What was sent? And who else used it — officials in the intelligence community?

      P. 96 — MYE considered seeking access to highly classified material, started a memo to get it, but didn’t follow through. Why? Afraid it might contain classified information that originated from sources they’d really much rather not have to know about?

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    • 1stgoblyn says:

      If they look into prosecuting all those who sent her e-mails or replied to her e-mails, Soetoro would go down!

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  16. SD just tweeted!

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    • Nigella says:

      Is he or is he not still employed by the FBI? And what about all the other “unnamed” Lawyer 1,2,3,4, etc?

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    • Plain Jane says:

      Since he is still in the employ of Fibbers in Investigation, maybe he just had a snowflake meltdown and that is the reason he was escorted out. They didn’t want him to hurt himself with the stapler in HR.

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    • Sunshine says:

      If I were him, I would be scared of going out to a diner. His life is in tatters. He’ll have to grow a beard to change his appearance.

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    • Shadrach says:

      That note is intensely ironic. Strozk’s lawyer doesn’t like the idea that Poor Peter is the target of “unfounded personal attacks…and etc”? Even if I believed it was true, I’d have to cut an onion to cry a tear for Mr “We Will Stop Him” Strozk.

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  17. cjzak says:

    Looked pretty clear that Comey, Strzok and Page have been chosen as the sacrificial lambs for saving Hillary and Barry. Wonder what their payment will be? Lois Lerner was rewarded well when she was protected after her little scam. Love to know who directed the whole mess and who authored the end product. A lot of names are not being revealed here and probably never will be.

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  18. “There comes a time when silence is betrayal.” Martin Luther King Jr., quoted by Rep. John Conyers.

    Exactly, which is why this hearing and the questions that remain to be answered are so critically important. And why it is outrageous that former Attorney General Loretta Lynch, former FBI Director James Comey, and former Assistant FBI Director Andrew McCabe all declined to testify before the Senate Judiciary committee yesterday.

    Loretta simply bagged the hearing, Jimmy claimed to be on vacation out of the country, and Andy pleaded the fifth. They were more than happy to dish out justice when they had the authority, but all cowardly avoid facing justice when they are called to account for their actions.

    What a disgrace. The thought that any one of them might walk keeps me up at night.

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  19. Cheri Lawrence says:

    I thought this was excellent! We are getting there and they hit on the core issues. Horowitz did an excellent job and more reports to follow. Huber is setting up the prosecutions with sealed indictments behind the scenes. A dynamic duo and real justice is coming.
    I am very heartened that all this is out in the open, it will be hard for the lame stream media to manipulate the facts now becoming known. This is far deeper and heinous than most of us can imagine. Can you imagine what was so classified to national security that even the Congress can’t view. My God Clinton probably exposed our nuclear sequence codes or something equally damaging to this country. We all know the plans of the NWO. Thanking God every day for our lion POTUS!!

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    • Golfbro11 says:

      It went great! You could tell by the Dems doing their moral preening on Immigration that they are very worried about how this went down. The sledgehammer from Horowitz regarding the FBI Trump/Russia investigation was huge. Everyone here knows it but a lot of people found out about it today.

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    • patrickhenrycensored says:

      These hearings have been so disheartening for the left that the head news fakers (cnn) have not mentioned them on their website for days.

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      • Greg says:

        The left has no report or evidence against PDJT. They see and know what is about to happen to their fake narratives. They are living off of fake news and voters are seeing right through them.

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        • Jan says:

          Me, too. Because there were plenty of news stories about what was on that laptop when it was grabbed by the NYPD Guiliani came out and said you won’t believe what is coming very soon. He would have had friends in the NYPD who would leak things to him. Erik Prince certainly was told about what was on that laptop. Comey would have friends leaking to him as well. But then, Comey’s pretty good at throwing people under the bus and then claiming he doesn’t know anything. Comey & McCabe deserve to be cellmates.

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  20. Lurker2 says:

    I wish Fox Business wouldn’t indulge attention ho Cummings who did his “save the babies” performance only to get air time on TV

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  21. Liberty Forge says:

    Time to try to catch up. Had to work all day, so just now dipping in.

    But, with that preliminary dip, this thought exploded in my mind.

    We — and I do mean as a nation — are really here because of ONE person.

    One person has brought a nation to its knees.

    And that one person is HILLARY CLINTON. Just think about that for a moment.

    One person, out of millions of Americans, has managed to bring this country to its knees.

    All of this! — traces back to that one woman. She must be so very proud. You could begin that trace to when she first appeared on the scene during the Nixon impeachment hearings. She never stopped. Her path of carnage just continued.

    Such an evil, egotistical woman, and the damage she has wrought is not calculable. One woman out of millions.

    It blows one’s mind. When the day comes, and if the opportunity presents itself, I will joyously stomp on her grave.

    I am not a hater. Not a mean bone in my body, but this one woman has caused so much anguish; so much destruction — it is hard to comprehend.

    How can just one woman do all of this damage???

    Somehow, we must never allow it to happen again.

    Sorry for the rant. Had to get that out, as I suspect many, many feel exactly the same way.

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    • Jederman says:

      I agree with you. It’s not about hate. Hate is unnecessary. The law is the law (or at least it used to be) and should be applied fairly.

      Hate comes when it’s not.

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      • Amy2 says:

        It’s not hate. We’re looking for justice. It’s part of the conscience God gave us. ‘Glad that everyone here still listens to theirs. Hillary’s, to use a biblical term, is “seared.”

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    • boogywstew says:

      “How can just one woman do all of this damage???” She must have been scorned a lot.

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    • Frankly, this is a stupid assertion. killary is not acting alone. Despite what we are told the rank and file are complicit, certainly not the innocents politicians would have you believe. There are a ton of people working together to take down the President, not just clinton.
      Let us all see it for what it is.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Reading your comment, I’m thinking when she finally croaks, theyll have to either bury her in unmarked grave, or permanently install an outhouse over it.

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      • Trump Train says:

        My Grandfather used to day that some one like the witch is so crooked that when they die you would have to screw them in the ground……………I would prefer post death cremation for this horrifically evil witch and her minions. What a glories site that would be.

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  22. beach lover says:

    So bottom line.. bias all over the place, but due to the findings of “prosecutors”, they didn’t think it affected the outcome of her investigation? Defies logic. I want the names of these “prosecutors” .

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    • Golfbro11 says:

      He couldn’t prove bias in the email investigation based on facts. But i bet he found a different outcome in Trump/Russia.

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      • jmclever says:

        Im thinking that the kid gloves they used to investigate HRC will be contrasted with Mueller iron fist and used against them. Especially w.r.t. Cohen office raid, no knock raid with Manafort.

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    • Amy2 says:

      If Strzok wasn’t biased enough to have affected the prosecutor’s decision (and they are who? Because Comey decided HE was the prosecutor) then clearly, Horowitz had no reason to think that would happen on the Mueller investigation, so why remove him? The “appearance” of bias? That is already all over it.
      Horowitz continually went back to October 2016 and his concern over Strzok’s bias at THAT time. I don’t know if that’s because that investigation is on the front burner now, of if laptop contents are so appalling.

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  23. sundance says:

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    • beach lover says:

      yeah.. like can’t they find any other “good” FBI agents to do this in the 32,000 great ones we keep hearing about?

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      • Kristin says:

        Don’t forget they tell us there are at least 50 rank and file who took dinners, sport event tickets and what not. It could be a lot more…. culture of corruption in the swamp.

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        • Perot Conservative says:

          I think the IG said possibly over 100.

          Step 1? Fire them all, and indict them for their crimes.

          I guess if we’re looking for “bonus” material, the FBI leaking like the Titanic is one.

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    • Greg says:

      Maybe I’m mistaken…I believe Horowitz did not express this concern in his IG report.

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  24. Amy2 says:

    Horowitz is “deeply troubled” about Strzok/Page bias, yet we still have two unnamed agents with the same bias, who are still employed and working on counter intelligence (and they can’t be named because of that)? I’M deeply troubled. They should be in H.R. with Strzok.

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  25. pnj01 says:

    This whole “Inspector General” system is being revealed as just another stage of the cover-up system. In NYC, cops’ misbehavior is subject to an Internal Affairs Division. IAD has its own investigators, but they are cops who work with ADAs to prosecute the cops when probable cause to believe a crime has been committed is established. By contrast, in the supposedly more efficient DOJ, the Inspector General who has much more limited powers and no obligation to worry about indicting cases within a statute of limitations dragged his investigation out and is now playing word games with the oh so political “Congressional Investigating Committees.” Is it any wonder that Comey and Company believed they could do whatever they wanted to Trump?

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      The IG system is not designed to do what most of us want. It just isn’t.

      It is essentially an internal HR process. It is NOT like a police internal affairs system.

      That said, this IG has done a remarkable job of exposing massive corruption and malfeasance withing the Obama DOJ and FBI.

      But it is up to the prosecutorial arm of DOJ to do something about it.

      Sadly, that means counting on Sessions and Rosenstein — the former is asleep, and the latter is probably dirty.

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      • TreeperInTraining says:

        The IG can refer things to the DOJ or FBI, though. Am I correct in that assumption, grasshopper?

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      • LULU says:

        Exactly, L4grasshopper.. There has been a lot of misunderstanding about the IG’s role. I tend to liken him to an independent auditor – except that he is an employee of sorts. Not involved in any of the business he is charged with investigating, he inspects and investigates various evidence that is presented to him. He unearthed a lot of dirty business. But it was/will be the prosecutor(s) who determine whether there was guilt.

        He’s not done. As he said, his investigation continues.

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        • Dutchman says:

          I only needed to see one thing, to be reassured about the IG; the extreme efforts his team went to, to recover the REPLY text to “Trumps not going to win, right?”

          If he was trying to whitewash, he could have given up after the 1st, 2nd, or even 3rd attempt.
          Hey, its just 1 text, right? His investigators dug deep, and did there job. Doesnt matter that the ‘summary’ and ‘conclusion’ were written by doj, to TRY and whitewash. Firstly, its obvious, and makes report look schizophrenic.

          Secondly, shows there WAS an effort to whitewash, or downplay. But, the facts incuded in the report, like the aforementioned text reply, WERE NOT ‘redacted’, or otherwise blocked.

          And, we are all getting an education in how to read IG reports, what the IG’s job is, etc. prior to the next report.

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        • para59r says:

          His investigations continue but they butt up against Muellar’s investigation so don’t expect anything soon.

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        Where’s Huber?

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      • pnj01 says:

        I understand that it is the IG’s job to do audit like studies, BUT in DC the auditing happens BEFORE a prosecutor gets involved and ages are wasted on the audit while the potential defendants are getting early discovery and the ability to create “exculpatory material” because of stupid stuff like Horowitz saying there was no evidence of bias. Horowitz is using a standard that the Institution wants of no bias UNLESS the actor is stupid enough to write out: “I made a particular investigative move because I hated DJTrump.” That is garbage a prosecutor will have to bulldoze out of the way if he/she wants to allege a corrupt motive.

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      • Amy2 says:

        My money is that Rosenstein will be found out eventually. He is blocking way too much, and what is already common knowledge is suspect. Has anyone heard of Nunes and the rest have starting receiving their documents from DOJ? They were supposed to start providing docs starting yesterday.

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  26. Let's roll says:

    Shaking my head in disbelief. So many educated, trained ‘professionals’ operating outside the Rules. Breaking the law, ignoring the specific guidelines of their entire professional lives? And why did Hillary seem so confident throughout Comey’s Fake year long Investigation?

    Nice guy, Horowitz, you just did a Comey 2.0 – all this Bias and there is no Bias?!?!

    Because She Knew She was Untouchable, any email Investigation or oversight would go no where. Obama, what do the Clintons know and when did they know it?

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    • Guffman says:

      Wray did the exact same thing last week… “IG report shows absolutely no bias – totally exonerates us… so I’m sending the entire FBI for anti-bias training.”

      You couldn’t make this $hit up.

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  27. JohninMK says:

    Well that was another 7 hours I’m not getting back, we just don’t have that kind of session here in the UK. As said above some of the best stuff was at the end when the Democrats seem to have bailed out. The summing up was much better than I expected.

    It is rare that we will see anyone in this situation with such knowledge on his brief. That man had clearly lived it for months, a stunning performance even allowing for some of the inane comments and repetitive questions.

    Horowitz really seemed to be getting into some of those late topics, it was almost as if he wanted to go deeper than time allowed, especially on the using leaks to control the agenda question which he took hook, line and sinker.

    I bet that he has taken heart from the last two days in that what he is doing is valued. This will give those who are going to be adversely affected by his next reports some pretty sleepless nights. It seems as if they might be delaying actual indictments as long as possible to sow fear, uncertainty and discord, the good old FUD strategy. All power to their elbow.

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  28. Daniel says:

    How is the question about bias affecting the “investigation” (which was and is just a fraudulent attack on Trump) even a thing?

    If a police officer was openly racist, for example, the result would be OBVIOUS. There wouldn’t be this “we see no evidence that a racist cop showed any bias against the black people he arrested and charged with crimes.” It would NEVER fly.

    These are leftist/globalists and their ideology and allegiance is no different in that regard!

    We have already seen the Mueller investigations conceal evidence which would exonerate the people he is punishing. Such bias manifests itself in EXACTLY that way. It’s not so much what they turn over to prosecutors as much as what they don’t turn over to prosecutors.

    This clown show really needs to end.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      How about getting slammed by 3 or 4 judges?

      Mueller indicted a Russian ham sandwich, they hired legal counsel, now ge is doing backflips to not provide discovery!! Busted!

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      • Rhoda R says:

        But he’s got a second judge on a string and she’s the one who jailed Manaforte. Mueller didn’t even have to identify who it was that Manaforte was supposed to have tried to suborn in his 97 second conversation.

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  29. IMO says:

    Paul Sperry on Twitter: “*** BREAKING NEWS *** House Judiciary member Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) unmasked the ID of anti-Trump, pro-Hillary FBI investigators referred for punishment by IG. One is SALLY MOYER who allegedly was having a romantic relationship with a male FBI attorney, mirroring Page & Strzok”
    https://mobile.twitter.com/paulsperry_/status/1009184487211749376

    WTH Peyton Place soap opera

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  30. Perot Conservative says:

    Paul l Sperry@paulsperry_
    ·
    1h
    *** BREAKING NEWS ***

    Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) just outed 2 of the unidentified anti-Trump, pro-Hillary FBI investigators referred for punishment by IG & both work for the general counsel of FBI, **not in “counterintelligence” as the FBI claimed as an excuse to w/hold their names**

    More FBI lies.

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  31. Dutchman says:

    Can’t remember the (I think legal) term, but a concept any five year old understands.

    How evasion, denial, etc. shows intent and awareness of having done something wrong.

    The more these idiots try to hide behind ‘ cant reveal cause its top secret, only to have it revealed, the more clearly they show they are guilty, and KNOW they are guilty.

    So, keep trying the old Clinton dodge, it AIN’T gonna work, this time.

    You guys aint never gonna get to the point of “Alright! O.K., Yes, we DID conspire to subvert the Constitution, to prevent DJT from winning, and once he won, to undermine his Presidency and create phony grounds for impeachment,…..

    But at this point, WHAT DOES IT MATTER!??”

    Yeah, we ain’t EVER gonna get to that point, no matter how long you obsfuscate, cover up, lie, deny, it aint gonna work.

    NOT, THIS , TIME!

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  32. Donzo says:

    I would appreciate it if someone more knowledgeable than myself would clarify one point for me.We are told by the IG that while bias existed within the investigation he did not find evidence of bias in the decision-making process of the prosecutors. Therein is the problem. If Comey was found to be insubordinate for usurping the rightful prosecutorial power of AG Lynch and her staff of prosecutors, then how can the DOJ be found to have not shown bias in their decisionmaking when they made no decisions?

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  33. Lurker2 says:

    Sally Moyer is having a bad day today. 🙂 Anyone have a pic of her?

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  34. Perot Conservative says:

    Newsmax: The FBI’s New Brand: Corruption 
    By Marc Rudov

    “…Alas, the era of the vaunted FBI has ended.”

    “Because of the shocking corruption that has come to light since Donald Trump’s election — the plan to stop him from becoming president or sabotage him if he succeeded — Americans no longer respect the FBI….”

    “…The FBI’s sullied brand, therefore, will continue to deteriorate for generations. And, its credo should be replaced with disloyalty, cowardice, dishonesty.”

    “No organization can have a strong brand without a stellar leader and culture to foster and reinforce it. Bereft of both, the FBI’s new brand is, and will remain, corruption.”

    Read Newsmax: The FBI’s New Brand: Corruption 

    https://www.newsmax.com/t/newsmax/article/866764?section=marcrudov&keywords=fbi-wray-comey-trump&year=2018&month=06&date=18&id=866764&aliaspath=%2FManage%2FArticles%2FTemplate-Main&oref=www.newsmax.com

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  35. Guffman says:

    ‘So Mr Horowitz, tell us again HOW MANY emails were exchanged between Obama and Hillary on her personal server, outside of strict governmental security rules and regulations.’

    And Horowitz wouldn’t even hazard a guess. You know what that means…. A LOT.

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