Gohmert and Desantis Discuss Strzok Testimony and Fallout…

Congressman Louie Gohmert (TX-01) talked to Brian Kilmeade, guest hosting for Tucker Carlson, on Fox News. He weighed in on his comments to FBI Agent Strzok today in a joint House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing:


Additionally, Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) discusses questioning of FBI official Peter Strzok during his testimony on Capitol Hill.


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381 Responses to Gohmert and Desantis Discuss Strzok Testimony and Fallout…

  1. RAC says:

    It is very troubling that this anomaly, which allowed clintons emails to be forwarded to an as yet unknown (to us) destination, that Mr. Gohmert speaks about was seemingly ignored by the IG. Reported in a different article someone left several messages about this with the IG but had no response. After all the time it took to get the report out and the ever moving release dates, yet this was not included, that needs explaining.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Pat Frederick says:

      I agree, this was one of the most interesting nuggets rooted out during the hearing and I really hope it gets investigated by someone!!

      Liked by 4 people

      • farrier105 says:

        Rosenstein is too busy being the first DEPUTY Attorney General to VET a Supreme Court nominee with full-court press “background investigation.”

        Liked by 2 people

        • Alligator Gar says:

          Yeah, like that has WHAT to do with muh Russia and the election? Why isn’t the lazy Possum doing that? He didn’t recuse himself from doing his whole dang job!

          Liked by 1 person

    • singingsoul says:

      RAC says:
      “It is very troubling that this anomaly, which allowed clintons emails to be forwarded to an as yet unknown (to us) destination, that Mr. Gohmert speaks about was seemingly ignored by the IG. Reported in a different article someone left several messages about this with the IG but had no response. After all the time it took to get the report out and the ever moving release dates, yet this was not included, that needs explaining.”
      Was it not obvious that the IG Report was just skimming over truths without revealing the whole truth…?
      My kids used to say” just say enough when parents ask to satisfy them by that you are no lying because the whole truth would scare the parents.”
      I found these half truths out years later after their teenage years.
      I am sure one day the whole truth comes out but for now the FBI and DOJ feed us enough in the hope we are satisfied and drop it.
      Sad thing is this is under Session, Rosenstein, Wrye all President Trump appointees.
      Someone sold POTUS a bill of goods who was in his inner circle at the time who had not the interest of this country or POTUS at heart. Who was that person who wanted the dirt of Clinton and Obama to stay hidden..? They made a deal with the devil.
      POTUS was vulnerable the first 6 months in office and had to rely on people that knew DC better than he.


    • G. Combs says:

      “… was seemingly ignored by the IG….”

      It was NOT ignored by the IG it was investigated by a DIFFERENT IG than Horrowitz. AND if it was illegal (which it was) was forwarded to Huber and his Grand Jury.

      Horrowitz would have said nothing since the investigations are CLASSIFIED and the other IG would not have ‘NEED TO KNOW’

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  2. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    Seems Strzok’s biggest bias is his arrogant belief that he is simply too amazing to be biased.

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    • farrier105 says:

      He knows he’s biased.

      Liked by 1 person

      • JTwig says:

        Exactly, but he can’t say so or it would invalidate every investigation he worked on. Instead he’s made the decision to look like a fool in hopes that the results of the Clinton and Trump investigation will still stand. He knows that even if he looks like a fool now (and even looses his position at the FBI), DC has a short memory for things like that (him being a fool will eventually be “forgotten”, but him “taking one” for the team will be remembered and rewarded).

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        • farrier105 says:

          That is correct. His other investigations would potentially be effected, but he is CI, not criminal such as OC or White collar. Strzok is a keyhole peeper. Not many cases in court.

          Liked by 1 person

          • JTwig says:

            Correct, but I bet a lot of his work was used to support actually criminal case (even if they were not his cases). Plus, I have a feeling the only two cases he is really concerned about is are HRC’s email and Trump/Russia investigation. I bet everything else has taken a back seat, such as his marrage and reputation.

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            • farrier105 says:

              Where Strzok’s past work would really be a problem for him would be in background checks. A lot of CI guys do background investigations, and, when you think about Petey being involved in those, well, kind of explains a lot, doesn’t it?


      • mutantbeast says:

        He knows hes a piece of excrement also. During my time as a Marine, our platoon would have given anyone like him a Code Red, otherwise known as a blanket party.


        • mashall says:

          Most civilians don’t know that:
          Adultery is a Article 134 punishable offence for a reason.

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        • fractionalexponent says:

          Yup mutant. You Marines do what needs to be done. 27 yrs Navy and Coast Guard. Same thing. A ship crew will pound a troublemaker into shape. But they don’t bother with a blanket and they don’t wait till dark.

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  3. Gohmert gave me the big disappointment of the entire day. He got Strzok to Admit that he was pissed at the presidential nominee for disparaging a disabled vet.

    We can assume that the Vet is question was John McCain but why would that trigger Strozk? Why not follow up with a question? You mean John McCain the Senator who feed you the Fake Dossier?
    There was also the Fake News about the disabled reporter but I think he meant Mc Stain.


  4. One main thing yesterday’s testimony revealed is how compromised Michael Horowitz is. Bought and paid for and completely ineffective. Which is why nothing will come from the IG reports.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Bulldog84 says:

      Horowitz has a huge staff. Like Jeff Sessions, he has to rely on them, and odds are that the majority of them are swamp creatures or lefties.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Do not defend based on that. If your staff is so huge that you have to rely on them, in a time when leaks to our nation have put us at risk…you fire most of that staff and maintain a base that you trust…or you quit.

        Horowitz, Sessions and Wray have a misplaced belief that the original intent of their organizations can be carried out with the retention of any of the present leaders, including them.

        IT is the same damn elitism that makes them our inferiors but makes them believe the opposite.

        Rid yourself of the appeasement/diplomacy/false Christian tolerance.

        Christ took a whip to the merchants in the temple and made no bones about the fate of those putting innocents at risk.

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    • NoSnow says:

      Two flaws in the IG Report:

      1) The IG erroneously concluded that a decision made within policy guidelines must not be biased. But operating within guidelines is not the same thing as operating without bias. They saw no bias in decisions because they removed any measure of bias from their analysis.

      2) The IG also concluded that a decision made by a group that included biased people was not at all influenced by those biased people. This is more than a flawed conclusion – it’s ridiculous.

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      • singingsoul says:

        I see excuses being made for Session and Horowitz because they have a big staff.
        Any who worked in a big corporation knows one cannot push incompetence off to I have a to big staff to be in control and responsible for.
        My husband when he worked for a big corporation having a large group working for him with a budget of millions would have been handed his (…) if he had pulled that.
        I learned from him that being in charge one better knows what people who work for you ae doing.
        I am wondering if the problem in the FBI and DOJ is that the people in charge are no leaders and have no management skills…?

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    • Doe Axeme says:

      Well what do you want…..the IG is where crimes go to make them disappear..always has been always will be. Its a Cabal !


  5. cali says:

    What I saw in Strzok is a deeply disturbed and yet very insecure dangerous man in a position of power to take personal revenge on a man he personally detested. HRC was just the convenient target to latch on.

    Strzok is a sociopathic narcissist – the most damaging mix of deception, lies, self-importance going an extra mile to get what he wanted: the destruction of his personal target: candidate and then elected president Trump.

    “The eyes are a window into soul” ergo Strzok is soulless.

    It is no wonder that he went as far as he did. Hussein aka Obama gave him free reign to use full gusto to destroy/frame the president. Since HRC was the choice of the deep state and NWO gang Strzok turned into a psychopathic employee of the deep state.

    He was deeply enraged that his integrity was questioned while he reserved the right to be the superior a$$hole. To be on camera is something he never faced ergo now millions of people can put the words of him in his texts and the face of the man who wrote them in perspective.

    This was a very ugly display of an individual who was edgy and out of control angry being forced to answer questions by people whom he personally loathed. Ask yourself the question as we have learned what else was in thousands of texts between Strzok, Page and deep state freelancers abroad: He and others discussed among themselves the assassination of president Trump and/or his family. It was part of the insurance policy. These texts are not lost and NSA Mike Rogers captured them all. Due to the nature of these texts they are in the hands of the white hats including Huber and the OIG although naturally Rod Rosenstein made sure that they remain classified.

    Now it is self explanatory that this guy Strzok failed his mandatory 2016 FBI polygraph examination and most likely the one before the 2016 one. Yet – he continued to operated as the guy inventing the Russian collusion out of thin air with the same agents abroad who were involved in the texts that thought they may need to physically harm the president and/or his family to stop him!

    Look at this guy again – his eyes, his facial expression throughout, his contortion, his rage, his superior complex and all the lies he told while claiming others he ‘could not answer as told by his attorney’.

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  6. slowcobra says:

    It’s a shame that the foxnews headline banner showing during kilmeade’s interview with gohmert never changed off of the “looking into wife’s eyes” subject. Most of the interview was great substance about Liary’s email scandal, and THAT should’ve been the eye-grabbing headline sub-banner throughout interview (for those watching on mute, for bar/restaurant/airport TVs, passerbys, etc.). But fox chose to have only the tabloid type banner showing.

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  7. dbobway says:

    Rep. Issa said on FBN this morning, the hearing yesterday is the best ‘We the People” are going to get from Stzok. He doesn’t see Strzok being indicted for anything.
    Paul Manafort is in jail without bail for tax evasion a dozen years ago.

    This is not the America I envision having much of a peaceful future if these criminals walk.
    All of these unelected bureaucrats will now be empowered to continue attacking the targeted citizens of this country without impunity

    Sorry, I’m speechless

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  8. imkittymyers says:

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  9. Bulldog84 says:

    The smirky facial expression and body language remind one of a theme park thespian. Unfortunately, this is no act. Strzok is the real deal. Whatever his words didn’t say, his face and body did. Those words: “I’m corrupt but you can’t touch me.”

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  10. Tim Godfrey says:

    The observation that Strzok is a “high functioning sociopath” seems to be missing in the current discourse.

    Liked by 1 person

  11. 6x47 says:

    Strzok is no G. Gordon Liddy. Not by a long shot.


  12. treehugger says:

    Melissa Hodgman Named Associate Director in SEC Enforcement Division

    this is peters wife – she got this position in 2016

    Liked by 1 person

  13. Robert Klein Engler says:

    So, if he lied to Congress, why isn’t he arrested? Here’s the law about lying to Congress.

    TITLE 18 > PART I > CHAPTER 47 > § 1001

    § 1001. Statements or entries generally

    (a) Except as otherwise provided in this section, whoever, in any matter within the jurisdiction of the executive, legislative, or judicial branch of the Government of the United States, knowingly and willfully-

    (1) falsifies, conceals, or covers up by any trick, scheme, or device a material fact;

    (2) makes any materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent statement or representation; or

    (3) makes or uses any false writing or document knowing the same to contain any materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent statement or entry; shall be fined under this title, imprisoned not more than 5 years or, if the offense involves international or domestic terrorism (as defined in section 2331), imprisoned not more than 8 years, or both…

    While arrest warrants are typically issued by courts, they may also be issued by one of the chambers of the United States Congress or other legislatures (via the call of the house motion) and other political entities.

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  14. farrier105 says:

    The GOP blew it when Strzok was quoted as saying electing Trump would destabilize the country. Strzok knew that because HE was going to help do the destabilizing, which is a CIA term of art.


    • thedoc00 says:

      I agree. There were no questions following the trail to the INTEL community that would have justified recalling Clapper and Brennan as well as deeper dives on FISA process.

      Liked by 1 person

  15. thedoc00 says:

    With respect to Gohmert’s question, if one listens to Strzok’s response he actually admitted that there was truth to the rumor about himself and Lisa Page.

    Given the graviety of the crimes Strzok committed and the manner Democrat Congressional members have treated other people being questioned, there was nothing wrong with Gohmert’s question and it served a purpose to rattle Strozok as well as prove he was a liar.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      Exactly. What the DEMONcRATs have accused INNOCENT Republicans of, the have ACTUALLY DONE. Projection.

      It started at Bubba saying “you’d better put some ice on that” after forcibly raping a woman, and went downhill from there.

      Time to fight fire with fire.

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  16. kinthenorthwest says:

    Really hard to believe that someone who lied to his wife for months, when he says “I have always told the truth,” he said. “The fact that you would accuse me otherwise…”
    Having an adulterous affair with a co-worker used to be a cause for firing with Federal Security agencies. In the military it is still a cause for court-martial.

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  17. david7134 says:

    This all boils down to Hillary. This country is not going to heal until they put her in jail. Quit talking about it and go to a Grand Jury.

    Liked by 3 people

    • mutantbeast says:

      your forgetting Obama. Hes the one who put all these clowns like Comey and Strzok and McCabe into senior FBI positions. Just think , if Hilldebeech had been elected, Comey Strzok McCabe and Page would likely have been given federal judgeships. Thats how they pay off there cronies.

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  18. MS Idaho says:

    ‘We the people’ are supposed to be uninterested and uneducated. I wonder if there is info somewhere (I can’t find any) re: the viewership of the testimony yesterday. I bet it was significant – even tho many of us could only watch here & there thru the day – or could only tolerated it for short periods of time


  19. PotP says:

    Of all the words spoken yesterday, nothing is as powerful as the images of Strzok.

    His true nature has been revealed.

    No excusing it away.

    It’s up to us to spread those pictures far and wide. The MSM won’t.

    Take a look at the pictures the MSM used for Strzok yesterday. Patriot. Victim. It’s night & day from reality:



  20. TigerBear says:

    Many speak of an insurance policy….I think it was/is AG Sessions! He immediately recused himself which put the exact person dirty cop Rosenstein right where those involved wanted. His first course of action was appointing a special counsel and without any type of specified statute/law stating what the actual crime being investigated was/is. COLLUSION IS NOT A CRIME!

    So…in a nutshell the CORRUPT BASS TURDS were and are the insurance! My view, of course. 🙂


    • G. Combs says:

      You are missing a lot of facts.

      The Globalists have President Trump boxed in. That is why they were so sure he would be impeached. They were COUNTING on OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE just like they used on Nixon. Why else do you think Strzok and Page were brushing up on Watergate?

      Here are the FACTS on the ground.
      1. The SENATE confirms any nomination by President Trump. The make up of the 100 senators is 51 Republicans and that includes the Traitor McCain and the died in the wool Globalist Richard Burr (my Senator… barf gag…) and that doesn’t include runners up Flake, Miss Lindsey, McTurtle… The Senate has slow walked ALL of President Trumps nominations especially judges. There are 149 Vacancies 88 Nominees waiting confirmation and 42 Confirmed. President Trump has claimed, it has taken longer for him to have his “full cabinet” confirmed than any president in US history.

      2. AG Sessions or ANYONE that Trump appointed, like Rudy Giuliani or Chris Christi would also have been forced to recuse.

      Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals
      RULE 4: “Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules.”… You can kill them with this because no one can possibly obey all of their own rules. (This is a serious rule. The besieged entity’s very credibility and reputation is at stake, because if activists catch it lying or not living up to its commitments, they can continue to chip away at the damage.)

      THIS IS THE RULE!!!!
      “[…]C. DOJ-Specific Conflict of Interest Regulation: No DOJ employee may participate in a criminal investigation or prosecution if he has a personal or political relationship with any person or organization substantially involved in the conduct that is the subject of the investigation or prosecution, or who would be directly affected by the outcome. […]”

      You can twist and turn and bash AG Sessions but the FACTS DO NOT BACK YOU UP!

      RECUSAL from campaign issues (Muh! Russia) was an ABSOLUTE requirement for confirmation of ANY Trump AG pick PERIOD. AND the Senate had the POWER to put this part of the ‘Insurance Policy’ in place.

      3. If it was not someone personally known to President Trump it would be someone recommended and you would have gotten a backstabber like Rosenstink. Remember AG Sessions FIRED Rosey. It was President Trump who refused his resignation. link
      Who recommended President Trump keep that POS?
      Roger Stone says it was Reince Priebus: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2aqz_O1how

      The Globalists plan for getting a Special Counsel was set in concrete because of the make-up of the Senate. If Sessions had not promised to recuse in the hearing he would not have been confirmed. And that goes for Rudy or Christie or any other person known to Trump personally.

      WHY? Because the SWAMP had to have a Special Counsel appointed that was NOT appointed by a Trump sympathizer so they could dig up a reason to have President Trump impeached. THAT WAS THE INSURANCE PLAN, And the reference to Watergate is the key that tells you that.

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    • Sherri Young says:

      Sessions was counseled by the DOJ ethics division that he should recuse himself. The citation of law they gave him was to be applied to criminal matters, not an appearance of a possible impropriety. The look on his face when confronted with this tidbit was quite telling. It said to me at that point he realized he had been played.

      Saw it on C-SPAN.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        Who was the supposed authority that “schooled” AG Sessions on that? He is neither a spring chicken nor a Keebler Elf (or Henry Gibson); he did what he had to do.

        He could quite easily unrecuse himself if that were the case.

        C-SPAN is just another arm of the YSM, albeit “official”.

        G.Combs has it correct. And restoring the rule of law involves following it, though it be painful.

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  21. Zippy says:

    This is all a farce. The obstruction related to documents not delivered and refusal to testify on key points will continue as long as necessary using the excuse of an “ongoing investigation”, an excuse simply being used as a perpetual cover.

    For anyone paying close attention there should remain ZERO trust in the proper handling of high level cases by the FBI, DOJ, CIA, NSA, etc.

    The DOJ Has Turned The Russia Investigation Into A Puzzle Designed Never To Be Solved
    Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and others embarrassed by DOJ’s actions are shielded by the never-ending nature of the investigation.



  22. bullnuke says:

    Question. Why did the text msg’s from PS and LP singled out? What about McCabe and any others, especially those demoted or fired? What was the origin of the discovery? Did I miss something in all this mess?


    • slowcobra says:

      not 100% sure but I know PS’s text actually had something like “we won’t let it happen” about candidate Trump’s presidency. so they had him on record trying to interfere.

      Liked by 1 person

      • I am reminded of an interview by a military guy that I saw last year – on FOX I think – who said that there were forces in place to stop a coup.

        I wonder if, as the AMerican citizens are simmering and growing to rage levels, the rank and file FBI and CIA and intelligence are also simmering.

        What has happened with that person who was supposed to be protected and quietly disclose information this week on the Seth Rich murders?

        Historically, our intelligence HAVE been populated by heroes. There must be some waiting.

        I wonder how much of this enormous swamp exposure is being overseen with an eye to timely release.

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  23. Canadatrump says:

    Ring around the truthie…
    Pockets full of Clinton cashie…
    Communist Dems fall down!


  24. A trilogy of films needs to be made allowing the American people, even with their thuggery and victim status they DO respond to real heroes and villains, to see this extraordinary drama.

    We know what unites us.

    Books, films, ads.

    All of this needs to be used in campaigning. There is drama, impactful, mind changing, vote changing, catalytic drama here that a numbed America has no inkling exists.

    Not the most amazing CGI, extreme plotted film can compete with this.

    This has all of the hallmark traits of legendary films such as I have referred to earlier, “Mr Smith Goes to Washington”, “Meet John Doe”, “The Devil and Daniel Webster”, “Sargent York”, “It’s A Wonderful Life”, “The Longest DAy” (a scene where a panther pilot for Der Fuhrer admits with grim resignation that they are beaten by this surprise ambush; but no one dare disturb Der Fuhrer, based upon real testimony by Germans post War, is riveting)

    A film, ‘Big Blue’, created by brothers LeClerc, during our last Gubernatorial race, was breathtaking in its takedown debunking of the environmental/population control movement. Cinematically it was gorgeous and there was humor balanced just perfectly with gut wrenching truth.

    We HAVE the minds. We HAVE the money.

    We OUGHT to have the motivation.


  25. Zippy says:



    • thedoc00 says:

      Allow me to fill in the blank concerning which nation placed spyware on Hillary’s server. It was China. One does not have to be an I/T expert or super sleuth to reach that conclusion.

      1. It is public knowledge the Awans were Pakistani Agents and Pakistan INTEL is locked at the hip with Chinese INTEL. The Awans serviced Hillary’s devices.
      2. Do the timeline, at the time Hillary’s servers were in operation, the Chinese Government broke into the US Government and Primary Servers of major US businesses using information as well as links from Hillary’s server.

      Now the interesting part is that the current focus of the cover-up is NOT covering up election tampering by Obama’s US Government Executive but the fact the White House and everything linked to was compromised thanks to Obama also accessing Hillary’s server via White House I/T devices. This is the real reason the White House and Oval Office were “renovated” and that there is a scramble to replace every means of presidential transportation.

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      • thedoc00 says:

        By the way, it was likely China was not the only entity to have placed spyware on that server. Also of note is that there were links to classified NATO I/T addresses on Hillary’s and DNC servers.

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  26. mashall says:

    Never rationalize preemptively on success.

    “I’ll probably fail, here are the reasons why, so I’ll not even try.”

    Never let what you can’t do, prevent you from doing what you can.


    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      An old Chinese, erm, saying:

      “Person who say something impossible
      Should not interrupt person doing it”…


  27. Sassy says:

    This morning there was in the local paper an article about Strzok’s testimony that was picked up from the Washington Post. Who was the author? Devlin Barrett, he of the infamous Lisa Page text messages. Why, pray tell, if the media tries to claim with a straight face that they’re unbiased, is this man still assigned to cover this story? Nowhere in the story did Barrett admit or acknowledge that he himself was a participant (once removed) within the text messages that were being examined by the committees. How can this meet basic journalistic ethics? The reporter who allegedly had an affair with James Wolfe was removed. Why is Barrett still covering this story when he’s part of the story?

    Strzok testified that he had no contact with reporters. Perhaps not technically false, but he sure had a hot line to them via his “lover.” https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-01-26/anti-trump-fbi-official-identified-leaker-wsj-wapo-reporter

    Has anyone else noticed how Comey, Rosenstein, and now Strzok seem to have had the same speech/inflection coach? They’re almost interchangeable in their style of speaking, right down to the body language and gestures and the weird way that their voices rise at the end of statements, as if asking a question or as if they’re not sure, never sure, about anything. Then there’s the way that they never answer a question unless they first preface it with “I believe” or “while I don’t exactly remember.”

    When questioning suspects themselves, do you think they allow their victims to get away with leaving that much wiggle room in their answers?


  28. Instructor says:

    CTH , nobody will be prosecuted in this whole mess. Why? In congressman Jason Chaffetz own worde, when he went to Sessions and told him all he knew, Chaffetz was tod by Sessions ‘I have NO lNTENTIONS of prosecuting Hillary IT aid Bryan Pagliano regarding her email scandal , I knew the battle was lost ‘. Now you know why they can come before congress , smug and confident and tell congress to suck my a.s and go to hell , you can’t do anything to me. And just laugh at them and the American people. Congress gave up thier authority to the DOJ in 1987. If you say ,well congress can find them in contempt, so what, only DOJ can prosecute and get it through your head , Sessions ain’t doing it. He already said so. You may say but Trump can fire him. No he can’t because Mitch has already told Trump that if he does , they will not approve a new A G. Don’t believe the lie that Sessions is a silent assassin ready to pounce. That’s BS , he is deep state. Checkmate, game over, this is war so wake up.


    • Curt says:

      Your comments regarding Sessions are spot on. Sessions is the epitome of the Washington establishment elite. The little bastard from Alabama is a traitor to the majority of people who voted for him and to the President that appointed him. I defy anyone to tell me that this shameful Sessions’ deep state attitude and performance was predictable. He seems to be picking up from where McCain left off……….


  29. Curt says:

    I believe Strzok is a sociopath. At the very least a severe narcissistic personality. Has anyone noticed the common thread between Comey, McCabe, Brennan, Clapper, and Strozk when testifying? They all seem arrogant, egotistical, haughty and self important just to mention a few. These people took an oath to uphold the Constitutionand the laws of this Republic, but they seem to have abandoned their pledge and are above the law while doing whatever they think is politically expedient irregardless of their moral duty to remain neutral. These people think they ARE the law…… and that should scare everyone!


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