Sunday Talks: Trey Gowdy Discusses Kavanaugh, Rosenstein, Sessions and Declassification…

A retiring roosterhead appears on CBS to discuss: (1) the pending Ford -vs- Kavanaugh hearings (rooster clutches pearls on fainting couch); (2) the Rosenstein wire-taps (rooster-rod); (3) AG Jeff Sessions (rooster haz sad); and (4) declassification of FISA documents (nothing to see here rooster).

The document Gowdy references he has not seen is the John Brennan originating “IC document”, provided by the CIA to the FBI, which initiated the 2016 FBI counterintelligence operation against the Trump campaign. HPSCI Chairman Devin Nunes, a Gang of Eight member, has seen this document and has called for it to be declassified and unredacted.  The IC previously went bananas over that request.

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Many have pondered if Gowdy was positioning for AG in replacement of Sessions. I disagree. IMHO Roosterhead was/is positioning for FBI Director; but that won’t be happening either.

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173 Responses to Sunday Talks: Trey Gowdy Discusses Kavanaugh, Rosenstein, Sessions and Declassification…

  1. HBD says:

    Wondered why he, Chavez(right in the middle of his term) and Ryan all calling it quits?

    Liked by 7 people

    • cattastrophe says:

      They wanted to be replaced by Dims. Mid-terms don’t ya know but I think your question was rhetorical so you already knew that.

      Liked by 5 people

    • queensmary says:

      I used to like him. Now he’s on a level less annoying than Mad Marxist Maxi pad.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Rock Knutne says:

      Who’s Chavez?

      Liked by 1 person

    • cozette says:

      Voluntary Swamp draining. Ryans shocking departure imho is a big sign that POTUS is in power and winning and insiders know it. Smart Rats are leaving so they don’t go down with the sinking ship.

      Liked by 9 people

      • Mark L. says:

        Leave quietly or else

        Liked by 5 people

      • Sherri Young says:

        Louie Gohmert voted against Paul Ryan for speaker even though the Freedom Caucus backed Ryan.

        I would guess that Jason Chaffetz was sick of having to deal the likes of Eric Holder, Loretta Lynch, and James Comey. He has a young teenage daughter. There is no good enough reason to stay in DC and let powerful people make up dirt. Apparently, The Swamp thought it was important to publicize the fact that he had once applied to work as a Secret Service agent but was turned down. That caused enough of a stir. Somehow, I feel that was a warning of some type.

        Just my thoughts.

        Liked by 1 person

    • snellvillebob says:

      The democrats most likely got blackmail information on him when he was in charge of investigations so he quit the office. I am surprised the democrats have not published it just to be mean.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Yippeekiyay says:

      I’m just speculating here. I think Walker and Ryan may be positioning themselves. Walker runs for president AGAIN. If he gets on the ticket, he slithers his buddy Ryan into the governor position. That would give Ryan the desired experience as governor to run for president after Walker.

      Liked by 1 person

      • MaineCoon says:

        I honestly think they know they are has-beens. It’s new party. Trump’s Party and former insiders are now outsiders!

        Liked by 10 people

      • Q&A says:

        God bless them, but both guys are boring as crap.

        Liked by 3 people

        • VoteAllIncumbantsOut says:

          When I chose the name ‘VoteAllIncumbantsOut’, I meant it.
          I certainly did not expect a crap load to drop out. Why is that?

          If we want our country back, our freedoms back, our liberties back then we need to remove these people once and for all, otherwise we all fall prey to the next scandal which keeps up us divided where nothing ever gets done!

          I’ve realized the older I get, the more pessimistic I’ve become. I used to enjoy very much going to church with my family until the church became a political tool for these bastards.

          I confessed once in my life and when I did, I told my priest that “God knows my sins and that is between he and I, Boy, was he shocked!

          The Bible gave us 10 laws and we can’t even follow those. Until we stop this division and focus our attention on removing the cancer, we will always be at odds with our neighbors.

          Sorry for the rant.

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      • Ray Runge says:

        Ryan is a slithering swamp creature. A victim of the Romney procedure of minimal invasive Spinaectomy. Ryan’s job, a job he has monumentally failed, is to compel the seditious and corrupt FoJ / FBI to show the American people the public record of their treasonous activity. Than has tossed in with the treasonous ones.

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    • Teagan says:

      To be fair, Gowdy has signaled retiring from Congress at least two years…frustrated with the slow pace and their inability to anything but “investigate” via Committee hearings. He was a former prosecutor and was results-driven for most of his law career. He appears not to enjoy the social scene…I believe his wife still teaches school in SC….so staying in the Beltway inner circle isn’t a motivator.
      While, itoo, have been disappointed …had such hopes for his career advancement because I believe he has a very bright mind…but I do not think there has been any nefarious behavior.
      He probably WOULD be a very good agency head.

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      • lady4trump says:

        NO!
        You haven’t noticed Gowdy is all big talk and wildly swinging arms, he messes up his own hair and THEN votes with the RINOS? He has been totally ineffectual. – Kabuki Theater player extraordinaire, who has fooled many. I hope he goes to SC and stays there.

        Liked by 9 people

      • mark mears says:

        He’s been leaving for 2 years. Could it be that’s just how deep in the SWAMP he is?

        Liked by 2 people

      • Dimbulbz says:

        I could never be a member of the house or senate. I just have a built in hatred for the phony, crazy lunatics you would have to work with. I understand that people go there to “make a difference” and then stay to make sure there is never any change. Jeff Flake came in with such a great platform. It has now become a crazed lunacy that proves he hates the people who voted for him. He has become their enemy. I worry about a lot of the members who get elected on altruistic platforms, and then realizing that they have no ability to make any change, so they go nuts. It would be exausting and completely debilitating to go through. I do not blame anyone for leaving. Glad to see Ryan go. wish a whole slew of Repubs would go as well. They do nothing but reinforce the notion that they are criminally unsuited to represent their constituents. Of course, if the Repubs started to turn over every few years, the Dems will only get better at running circles around them

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    • hoghead says:

      I’m still roaring at “Rooster clutches pearls on feinting couch…”; gonna have to remember that line. Lots of applications.

      Liked by 6 people

  2. Angel Martin says:

    “Faze the Nation” is the appropriate title for this Gowdy effort !

    The last thing deeply corrupt institutions like the DOJ and FBI need is new “leaders” who are cheerleaders for those institutions.

    Liked by 9 people

    • BetsBets says:

      I still don’t understand his comments from a few months ago when he said that when we see all the documents, we will learn that the FBI acted exactly how we would have wanted them to act. What was he talking about? I guess if you expect our FBI to act as shills for the Deep State, okay, but I have higher standards than that.

      Liked by 8 people

      • Dimbulbz says:

        I think the lying, cheating and ignoring exculpatory information are really standard practices and methods employed by the DOJ and FBI, so they are correct – they are exposing tactics and methods they use. That’s why they want it all redacted. In their minds these are the most important tools they possess in meeting their objectives.

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  3. Earl & Pearl Tourist says:

    Had to quit at the claim that the FBI is a neutral fact-finder🤯🤯🤯

    Liked by 21 people

  4. DeWalt says:

    Maybe he is positioning for a Special Council. Seem to be up his ally. Spend Millions, answer to no one, and produce nothing. Sweet gig.

    Liked by 20 people

  5. DanO64 says:

    Busy day.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. stablesort says:

    Cock-a-doodle-doo sounds better than cluck cluck blawk!

    Liked by 5 people

  7. DeWalt says:

    New cabinet position maybe. Office of Otherwise Unemployable Attorneys. The OOUA.

    Liked by 3 people

  8. cattastrophe says:

    We can only hope with all our might when he leaves it will be the last we see of him. All the cleverness in the world can’t hide the fact he is not on the side of good. Even his pretending has become so shallow he no longer fools anyone.

    Liked by 10 people

  9. Nigella says:

    And here it comes… Another woman accuser

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  10. Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

    Gowdy is acting like several other (currently) well-known politicians. One day they will take a slap at the President & the next day they will praise the Presidents efforts. Rubio & Graham are two other notables besides Gowdy that I can think of.
    I believe they might be positioning themselves for a run at higher office in the future with some soundbites showing them favoring the Trump base, while others show “independent” thought.
    Also, in the back of their minds, I believe they consider it possible that the Left may succeed in destroying Donald Trump & they may be top-listed in the line of succession if the Republican party goes searching for a new leader.
    They always seem willing to make inflammatory statements that practically guarantee invitations to any & all MSM shows.

    Liked by 4 people

    • RICHARD KEESLING says:

      MY OPINION, GOWDY AS HAD ENOUGH AND WILL END UP IN S.C. IN PRIVATE PRACTICE OR PROSECUTOR. I THINK THIS WOULD BE A GREAT LOSS TO THIS NATION.

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      • Madglobal says:

        This guy is a swamp tool. Cloaks himself in righteous self importance, huffs and puffs in parseltongue and accomplishes nothing that thwarts the swamp objectives or even the daily MSM narrative. He is a literal personification of swamp chaff and counter measures…and he’s still wearing purple. Good riddance.

        Liked by 9 people

      • MaineCoon says:

        He said a long time ago he’s going into private practice. You might find it in a YT search.

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    • cattastrophe says:

      Traitors to American First anyway you look at it.

      Liked by 3 people

    • nbkilgore says:

      Stab, not limited to Gowdy, Republicans or well known politicians. Conservative writers and bloggers are right up there with them along with their loyal followers. When things are good, the Conservative writers and their loyalist are crawling back on the train and as soon as things start getting sour or bumpy, off they go. You have “Conservatives A, B and C”. “A” jumps off as soon as the train starts straining and the cars start jerking (fake MAGA’s), “C” jumps off as soon as the passengers on board starts complaining about the heat, people farting next to them, somebody’s lunch bucket smells and so forth. “B”, they shook POTUS Trumps hand saying “lets do this”, sat down, pulled down their hats, leaned back in their seat and are in for the long haul while ignoring the A & C crowd.

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    • peenut07 says:

      All hat, no cattle.

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    • Amy2 says:

      This is twice now that he has said de-classifying documents won’t change anyone’s mind. Well how does he KNOW that? Exoneration can be a beautiful thing. Justice is great too! He always mentions the blind lady, well let’s see her in action!!

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  11. burnett044 says:

    Teats on a boar hog are useless….much like the rooster.
    far too many in our government that are all hat ..no cattle..

    Liked by 8 people

  12. DanO64 says:

    When you’re on a jury you must wait until all the evidence is in.

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  13. lydia00 says:

    He only knows one stance: Prosecution. Not defense. Great for questioning but is still big government law enforcement and out of control prosecutors.

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    • cattastrophe says:

      In my opinion it’s deeper and much worse than that. This guy is not on our side (America First) he likes to sound smarter than the out spoken haters while accomplishing the same thing. He is totally untrustworthy for any position in a Pro-American government.

      Liked by 6 people

  14. Non=combative. says:

    Fascinating that Roosterhead and Rosenstein are on a first name basis..

    BFF’s = Two Peas in a Pod.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Amy2 says:

      Yes, perhaps that’s why Gowdy wasn’t squawking too much last Spring when he and Nunes met with “Rod” about releasing some earlier docs.

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  15. White Apple says:

    Used to like Roosterhead, but now I do not like him. He is not the kind of guy I want as my wingman. …..great at the bar but a bug in the sky.

    Liked by 1 person

  16. You’re not the only public official who wants to wire the Prez, Rod. Obama and Clapper gave National Intelligence Medals to British Spy Chief Robert Hannigan and Australian Spy Chief Paul Taloni for wiretapping Donald Trump.

    No wonder the Brits and Aussies objected to Declassification. It wasn’t just about Christopher Steele and Amb. Downer. The chiefs would have had access to our NSA files–but, then, who didn’t?

    Obama used the British and Australian intelligence agencies so there would be no record of him ordering American agencies to break the law. Then he paid them off with medals on the way out the door.

    You know–the Way the Founders Intended(tm).

    Liked by 4 people

  17. billrla says:

    Ostentatious use of hair products by politicians, especially male politicians, is a definite tell. If the hair looks stiff or glistens, run away. Trust me on this one.

    Liked by 4 people

  18. All Too Much says:

    Trump’s next tweet should be delicious.
    Grassley will fire first.

    Liked by 1 person

  19. Rock Knutne says:

    Roosterhead loved his position as uniparty GOPe spokesman with a reputation as a tough as nails prosecutor.

    Unfortunately the truth came out and he’s just another former conservative corrupted into the DC high life.

    Good riddance. Wouldn’t break my heart to find him dirty on something. Would serve him right for giving Hussein and the hag an out on Benghazi.

    Liked by 8 people

  20. Mark McQueen says:

    I think this is one video where Sundance’s summary will be enough without having to watch.

    Liked by 2 people

  21. Mark McQueen says:

    Brennan’s originating IC document. Brennan is beside himself because if anyone hangs over this, he’s first up.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. GB Bari says:

    Notice that Gowdy said that 99%, actually 100% of the documents to be declassified have nothing to do with the President.

    Wonder how many MSM suckers devotees were aware of that or were shocked and dismayed to hear that?

    Liked by 2 people

  23. renzi2018 says:

    First the GOPe said “we need to control the House” – so we voted them in.
    Then they said “we need to control the Senate” – so we voted them in.
    Then they said we cant win without POTUS, so they ran Heb, Rubio, Kasich – and we voted Trump in.

    Now they are retiring having failed to do their jobs, keep promises, and looking for that CNN spot, or special board of directors gig, or partner in some white shoe NY or DC elite lobbying law office.
    Bye Gowdy, Issa, Flake, et al.
    Don’t let the door hit you in the ….

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  24. rustybritches says:

    No body should ever trust GOWDY Who ever said what he says one day and what he says the next is right on he never says the same thing twice and does not mean anything that he does say He just wants to hear himself talk…

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  25. Phil aka Felipe says:

    Trey Gowdy – much potential, little to show for it.

    Liked by 3 people

  26. Summer says:

    Well, roosterhead tried to appear neutral and reasonable. His concern for the “victim” of “horrible crime” was a tad overdone for my taste but he did point out that the FBI investigation is unnecessary and unwarranted since there is no crime scene (and no crime I must add) to investigate and no evidence to collect.

    Re: declassified docs won’t change anyone’s mind — that may very well be the case but I still want to see everything, regardless of how many esteemed public servants or “friendly” governments would be embarrassed.

    Re: Trump-Sessions public bickering. Yes, unseemly. Just fire his ass already.

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  27. Suzanne says:

    Ohhhhh you won’t comment on a story based on anonymous sources which are obviously biases against the department but you WILL run with anonymous and un-verified sources which are obviously biased against our duly elected President… got it you little weasel

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  28. Suzanne says:

    Ohhhhh you won’t comment on a story based on anonymous sources which are obviously biases against the department but you WILL run with anonymous and un-verified sources which are obviously biased against our duly elected President… got it you little weasel

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  29. Suzanne says:

    Ohhhhh you won’t comment on a story based on anonymous sources which are obviously biases against the department but you WILL run with anonymous and un-verified sources which are obviously biased against our duly elected President… got it you little weasel

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  30. Suzanne says:

    Ohhhhh you won’t comment on a story based on anonymous sources which are obviously biases against the department but you WILL run with anonymous and un-verified sources which are obviously biased against our duly elected President… got it you little weasel

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  31. Suzanne says:

    Ohhhhh you won’t comment on a story based on anonymous sources which are obviously biases against the department but you WILL run with anonymous and un-verified sources which are obviously biased against our duly elected President… got it you little weasel

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  32. Gil says:

    Because suspicious cat is still a cat!!!

    Liked by 3 people

  33. Enoughisenough says:

    Right on schedule, and expected, a second Brett Kavanagh accuser has stepped forward. He is in the impossible position of proving a negative. I am very unhappy that Grassley allowed this to happen. He seems to be the only one paying attention that didn’t think that these delays were meant to dig up more torpedoes to sink this nominee. I am so sorry for what Brett and his family have endured, and the taint that will forever be attached to him. This is absolutely dispicable.

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  34. Jane Smith says:

    Gowdy is a fake.
    Look at all the evidence and first hand witnesses that he had for Benghazi…Got nothing.
    But, the major evidence that he is a fake is his facial appearance…he changes it weekly to hide behind a new hairdo, mustache, or beard…he doesn’t like the human that he sees in the mirror.

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  35. JonB3 says:

    Rooster and the weak Repubs make me want to Throw Up !!!

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  36. L4grasshopper says:

    Gowdy….all hat, no cattle — and infected with a lethal dose of “go along to get along” fever.

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  37. Fools Gold says:

    Hey Trey! Do you remember the name of Moore’s accuser? Hey Trey! What ever happened to that case after the vote?

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  38. TigerBear says:

    Something truly foul is coming……Rooster is always sent out to crow whenever the demons need a “nothing to see here” cock to distract and divert from the muh russia and all other corruption that might be exposed. He is a real demon wing man.

    I am admittedly very biased against Gowdy. Fool me once shame on you, and I’ll not be fooled twice for shame on me😄

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