Sunday Talks: Devin Nunes Discussing Energy Security Initiatives and Part I of Discussion of Bruce Ohr…

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes is currently traveling in Europe and calls-in to Maria Bartiromo to discuss the natural gas pipeline that would reduce Russia’s energy influence in the region.

In the aggregate – the energy initiatives supported by President Trump and U.S. policy is an extension of the Trump Doctrine to use economic power, and specifically energy supplies therein, as an alliance tool to disrupt international states who weaponize energy to control energy-dependent states; thereby neutralizing malevolent interests/influence.

At 05:15 the topic switches to discussion of the ongoing oversight review of conduct from corrupt officials within the DOJ and FBI.  WATCH:

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54 Responses to Sunday Talks: Devin Nunes Discussing Energy Security Initiatives and Part I of Discussion of Bruce Ohr…

  1. Burnt Toast says:

    I guess Maria’s mic was off at the end(?) there…

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  2. rumpole2 says:

    I can’t wait for Nunes and others to get a full outline.
    Then we need a proper AG/Director of FBI and some criminal investigations at least started.

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  3. Firefly says:

    Bruce Ohr and Nellie had long relationships with people deep in the Hillary Clinton’s circles:

    Mary Jacoby is married to Glenn Simpson. She also worked at the infamous Rose law firm where Hillary worked back in the whitewater scandal days. Nellie worked for Glenn Simpson.

    Glenn Simpson and his wife Mary Jacoby knew Bruce and Nellie Ohr from their days at the International Assessment and Strategy Center as early as 2004. Simpson and Jacoby knew and worked with Stefan Halper at the WSJ since 1996.

    Simpson and His Wife Mary Jacoby founded a company specializing in corruption research called Main Justice. While at Main Justice, she worked with Bruce Ohr and in fact nominated his FIFA investigation for the GIR Anti-Corruption award.

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    • Disturbing reminder of the Bolshevik elites’ wicked “Kremlin subculture”: messianic ideologues who believe they are superior, entitled and invulnerable. That these treacherous individuals continue to access power, intell and hold leverage makes one highly uneasy.
      The capability for atrocity by paranoid groups which hold fellow citizens in contempt should never be forgotten. 💜

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    • Maryaha says:

      Firefly, they are like one big incestuous group of people. Where you find one of them, another from the same group will show up. And they’ve been doing it for many years.😎

      Watch the wives…closely.

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    • dd_sc says:

      As a federal attorney, Rod Rosenstein’s wife – Lisa Barsoomian – represented Bill Clinton a couple of times, as well as, the FBI. Her cases involving the FBI related to wire taps and FOIA requests.

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    • Covadonga says:

      Bruce Ohr worked on the FIFA corruption case?

      Funny, from Derapaska to FIFA is only one hop.

      Did Ohr and Derapaska meet in that case? On opposite sides of the law?

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  4. JohninMK says:

    I want to comment on the gas situation in the first part of the interview. It is nowhere as simple as described. First there is very little north south gas pipeline capacity let alone spare in Europe, this means that any increase in supplies via Turkey, whilst it has an effect in Italy, has little of no effect on Germany and the NordStream pipelines. Secondly, this pipeline to Italy is just a proposal and it runs through difficult terrain and with the best will in the world is years away. Thirdly, in addition to the Caspian pipelines there is another new pipeline under construction coming into western Turkey by the end of the year, Turksteam and its from Russia. This could also link up with the Adriatic pipeline plus another pipeline into eastern Europe via Bulgaria.

    Lastly, LPG gas, regardless of where it comes from is much more expensive than pipeline gas. Consumers in Europe will be very unhappy if their energy costs rise due to it when history shows that Russia has been a reliable supplier for decades (they need the money).

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      Yep, (no) thanks to the Watermelon Greens, our gas and electricity prices are among (if not THE) highest in the world (at least here in Germany).

      Merkel is getting blamed for NordStream, but that came online before her time. The REAL crook is Gernard Schröder, of the SPD (our Socialist/Marxists), who’s been budsy-wudsy with the Russkies for a long, long time. I actually wonder if he is an agent of theirs… His red/green coalition government (before Merkel) put in some absolutely horrible laws (e.g. Raccoons and Hornets/Wasps are protected, so we can’t just kill them, no matter what!), and always seemed to generate a crisis in order to implement new regulations/restrictions (sound familiar???). Really, Schröder was our Obama.

      Irritatingly, the best route(s) for a pipeline are through the most unstable regions. Some sort of perverse corollary to Murphy’s law, I guess. Just wish I could strike gold or oil in my backyard, or maybe figure out a mini cold-fusion reactor that The Powers That Be won’t find and take away 🙂

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      • B Woodward says:

        Anonymous reports that Trump ordered secret patents released

        Anonymous: Trump Will Disclose Age Reversal, Free Energy, and Quantum Tech

        Here a some of Youtube’s transcript (Under the video click on More | Transcript)
        According to secret space program whistleblower, Corey Goode, President Donald Trump issued a highly classified Memorandum soon after his January 20th inauguration ordering the release of group of classified patents concerning anti-aging and health, along with free energy technologies. The Top Secret Memorandum was sent to the Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community, and due to its classification status it will not be accessible to major media for reporting.

        Goode was told about Trump issuing a Presidential Memorandum to declassify over 1000 patents from a pool of over 5000. Most of the 1000 patents deal with anti-aging and health technologies, yet some deal with material science and biochemistry and a few involve free energy inventions. These technologies are widely used in a number of secret space programs, and the patents dealing with these have been repressed under national security orders. Goode learned that the Pentagon and Intelligence agencies told Trump it would take 10 years to release them, but Trump told them to get it done within two to three years. Evidence for Trump taking the bold step of declassifying secret patents as quickly as possible can be found in his inauguration speech. Towards the end of his speech, Trump uttered one sentence that contained his most developed vision of the future for America and its citizenry, which would result from the kind of declassification Memorandum Goode was told about. Trump said: “We stand at the birth of a new millennium, ready to unlock the mysteries of space, to free the earth from the miseries of disease, and to harness the energies, industries and technologies of tomorrow.”

        According to Goode, most of the secret patents ordered to be declassified deal with anti-aging and health. In particular, he said that telomere technology is very advanced in classified projects, and can enable healthy cell reproduction without aging and disease. Declassifying free energy inventions would revolutionize the automotive and aviation industries, and make it easier for private industries such as SpaceX to develop far more efficient and advanced space propulsion technologies. Most importantly, the release of free energy inventions will effectively end the power and influence of the oil industry.

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    • MSO says:

      There are reasons why buying gas from Russia is undesirable. if Europe can convince Russia to change its ways, then buying gas from Russia can be a win-win. The cheapest option is not always the best option.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        People DIED that last time Russia closed the spigot to kick the Ukraine.

        I do NOT believe in single-source. Not in electronics (my bailiwick) nor in any other field, particularly in anything that can influence one’s odds of survival.

        Even if the Norstram I (and II) pipelines were 100% reliable, and Russia was absolutely a charming, unflappable, and “always-on” sort of energy partner, I’d want a backup. Because even the best piipelines have problems…

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      • Robert Boofer says:

        Europe needs to change it’s ways. The EU? Ha! All a bunch of socialist bureaucratic strongholds that are sucking on the tit of America. How about Europe dissolve the EU for starters. By the way 2 world wars were started by western Europeans in the 20th century that killed 60+ million and laid waste to major cities across western Europe. Russia had it’s 70 years of problems by western Marxists interjecting their phony disastrous and deadly political ideology in to Russia which nearly ruined Russia forever.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      John, you are a bit behind the times. John Bachelor just finished an entire week of The Bachelor Show (radio) from Azerbaijan detailing the pipeline already in place and working, pumping the gas from the Azerbaijan oilfields.

      Pres Trump met with the new Italian president a week or so ago and got Italy on board with the pipeline.
      Looks like Russia may be sol sooner than many think.

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  5. MSO says:

    One of the major goals of our judicial system is to prevent false convictions. It has been said that it is better that ten guilty men go free than one innocent man be convicted. This can be a fatal distraction when applied to corruption within our government. We must excise the the corruption before it can mutate and disperse itself even deeper and more broadly than it already has.

    Chasing elusive convictions for decades while the governmental corruption continues is simply not a reasonable option.

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      Someone noted here a while back that one of the most (if not THE MOST) successful oil-rig debugger would just let everyone go (i.e. fired them all), and started anew. Granted, some very good and dedicated people may have been let go, but they would find jobs elsewhere. The dross, as usual, would sink to the bottom.

      Then with the new, fresh crew, he’d be starting off from a known good baseline, having thoroughly vetted each and EVERY employee.

      I don’t think there’s any other way open to us. This has been going on long, long before VSGPDJT, indeed before Reagan, Kennedy, or maybe even Andrew Jackson. England has never really let go, and never really given up on taking the USA back as a colony.

      I also think the “Five Eyes” should be given the darkest welders’ glasses that exist, with black duct tape on top of it just to make sure. “A secret is only a secret between one person”. And even then, it’s not entirely safe…

      Finally, I wrote this a while back, and I think it still applies. At the root of all the “spy agencies” is a basic conflict.

      One thing that troubles me about all the TLAs (FBI, CIA, NSA, etc.) is that they are all based, more or less, on lying, be it overt, covert, or implied. They are houses built on shifting moral sands, as opposed to the bedrock of truth.

      The fact that “everyone else does it” and “we need to do it to stay competitive, ahead of the game, etc.” does not change that moral dilemma at the root of these organizations.
      For if you lie as part of your job, what little more is it to lie in defense or furtherance of it?

      I have no answer or suggestions about this; only, it troubles me, and I think it’s a Gordian Knot of ethics/morals/beliefs. As a Christian, I find “situational ethics” repugnant and wrong; yet these agencies float, indeed thrive on them…

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      • yucki says:

        I also think the “Five Eyes” should be given the darkest welders’ glasses that exist, with black duct tape on top of it just to make sure.

        For sure. Overdue.

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      • navysquid says:

        Cuppa…I totally understand what you’re saying about the IC. As a member of said communnity, and a Christian, I see the deception as necessary in the face of evil. I relate it to Abraham having to lie about Sarai’s identity before the Pharaoh, and many other instances in the Bible where to do good, one has to deceive to allow God’s work or in this case our country’s work (which I believe was founded on God’s principles and PDJT is trying to restore) can move forward. We used to run counter-intel ops of deception to get AQ/ISI/Iran/Hizballah etc to fight each other. This was for the greater good that evil was defeated.

        Many within the IC are great people – Christian and non-Christian – that love this country and make difficult choices as you stated above. What has happened in the last 24 months, and frankly much longer, is that there are those that have NO moral compass and lie to further THEIR agenda (power/money) and not the country’s.

        I appreciate your comments (this one and past…)

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          Thanks, and thanks for doing what must be a very difficult job, on many levels.

          And thank GOD that there are Christians like you and people dedicated to the USA and doing right still involved. The sifting of the wheat and the tares that is to come in the government (that HAS to come in the government) will be difficult indeed.

          GOD Bless you and yours, and thanks for bringing light in what seems to be a very swampy community.

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      • G. Combs says:

        “….England has never really let go, and never really given up on taking the USA back as a colony…..”

        Truer words have never been typed. About every 40 to 50 years the UK makes another attempt to annex the USA in 1913 they succeeded in placing a blood sucking leach in place called the Federal Reserve that has been sucking the USA dry ever since.

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  6. Donna in Oregon says:

    My family and friends ask what we are doing on CTH (they watch regular news, UGH).

    I tell them, and when I see the blank looks I always say, “You’ll see it on the news in about 6 months.”

    I don’t think that is an exaggeration…..sadly.

    Great job as usual to Sundance & CTH. Running at Trump speed 🙂

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    • wondering999 says:

      Donna, I try to distribute snippets of CTH around the family to people who will be interested. It takes a lot of time to wade through all the posts in the Treehouse and even I miss a lot. We need a Treehouse Digest!! Meanwhile I forward on brief sentences describing the day’s news as best I can

      And I am going to try as hard as I can to get at least three people to the polls with me. That doesn’t sound like enough but I’ll do what I can

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  7. fleporeblog says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed our President’s discussion on Prison Reform that SD posted yesterday. Secretary of Energy, Rick Perry, was present for the conversation. Our President took the time to discuss our Energy situation with him.

    THE PRESIDENT: Well, thank you, Rick. Very good. Thank you very much. How’s it going, energy-wise, would you say?

    SECRETARY PERRY: I will tell you, I don’t know how it could be much better. (Laughter.) The people around the world, we’re selling LNG now into 30 countries on five continents.

    SECRETARY PERRY: But things are going good, sir. I mean, it is a — massive jobs being created. We got an opportunity to — you know, I don’t want to get us off track here, but oil and gas infrastructure, if there’s one thing that we, collectively — and these governors will tell you that as well — that we’ll produce it; getting it out of this country is the challenge right now.

    THE PRESIDENT: Well, we’ve become, as you know, number one in the world over just the last short period of time. So we’ve made it a lot easier, and yet environmentally perfect. Environmentally, really good.

    But we’ve become number one in the world, and we’re now a net exporter, which nobody thought they’d ever hear. And we’re doing a lot of good things for a lot of other countries too.

    So thank you very much. You’ve done a great job. Thank you.

    Secretary Perry is correct with his assessment. The great news is that we are on the cusp of having all the terminals in place for us to be able to ship anywhere in the world! Infrastructure in our country will no longer be a problem.

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  8. Carol Tatum says:

    This needs to be exposed. I will post on Twitter. Thank you, Firefly! “Bruce Ohr and Nellie had long relationships with people deep in the Hillary Clinton’s circles:

    Mary Jacoby is married to Glenn Simpson. She also worked at the infamous Rose law firm where Hillary worked back in the whitewater scandal days. Nellie worked for Glenn Simpson.

    Glenn Simpson and his wife Mary Jacoby knew Bruce and Nellie Ohr from their days at the International Assessment and Strategy Center as early as 2004. Simpson and Jacoby knew and worked with Stefan Halper at the WSJ since 1996.

    Simpson and His Wife Mary Jacoby founded a company specializing in corruption research called Main Justice. While at Main Justice, she worked with Bruce Ohr and in fact nominated his FIFA investigation for the GIR Anti-Corruption award.”

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  9. Chris Four says:

    Gazprom’s Turkish Stream 1 project can connect to the proposed Adriatic Sea pipeline. The Turkish Stream pipeline is nearing completion. The Caspian Sea pipeline is not ready because the countries just signed an agreement to alllow it.

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  10. William Dorritt says:

    US policy has been to weaken Russia from their Southern Border.

    In the caucuses the stopper in the bottle for Russia is the Mountain Range between Russia and George, which likely had a lot to do with Russia securing the entire range and the foothills then stopping.
    Bulgaria is back on board with Russia on a pipeline after a 4 year exit.
    Syria may have had many causes, one of them may have been that Assad refused to allow the Gulf States pipeline to transit Syria, was this worth killing 400K people for the right of way?
    Italy has had trade with the Black Sea predating the Roman Empire, this same trade was to the advantage of Italy and the US during the cold war, machines and food went east, and oil went west. What is the point of leaving Italy totally dependent on the Gulf States for energy?
    Libya was another trade partner of Italy, that was completely blown up by NATO opening the way for 500 million Africans to invade Europe and go on welfare.

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    • brenrod says:

      my friends in Italy were telling me, when the arab spring in libya started, that they were all readying for a flood of investments in libya after ghaddafi… north africa was a close source of resources for Italy…. they appear to have been sidelined by the guy trained at langley, VA…..Haftar?

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  11. brenrod says:

    all of these adriatic routes go through Turkey and Turkey is proving to be more unstable daily under Erdogan… even an alternate russian adriatic source goes through Turkey. I suspect all the arab springs on the eastern and southern med coasts are related to natural gas finds in those areas.
    Furthermore, I am suspicious of this Nunes shift against Russia as I dont beleive the trump dossier was fabricated by steele or russians but that it was fabricated in the usa fbi cia and nsa and laundered in the UK to give foreign tracks to their fake narrative… any russian connection in my opinion was private and used as a red herring to embellish what they already add… a little icing too.
    The shift to giving credence by NUnes to the russian fairy tales is odd to me.

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    • Covadonga says:

      But Brennan, Nellie Ohr, Steele, some people in the Clinton orbit like Talbott and so forth, all have deep ties to the Soviet Union.

      Even if the words in the dossier were written here, (which I’m not confident of,) the personnel involved look a hell of a lot like a Communist cell, and the basic play looks like something from the Communist playbook.

      With so many Communists and Russians involved, it would be really peculiar if the operation were not being run from the Lubyanka or the Aquarium.

      Please read Diana West’s red threads series and you’ll see what I mean.

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  12. TwoLaine says:

    Turkey is buying missiles from Russia, while NATO is required to protect him from Russia. What is wrong with this picture? Kick therm out already! That is not an ally, that is a backstabber at the highest level. What is wrong with these people?

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