Representative Jim Jordan Discusses UniParty Strategy to Run Out The Clock…

Representative Jim Jordan appears with Sara Carter and Greg Jarrett to discuss the refusal of Fusion-GPS media hub and professional propagandist Glenn Simpson to appear before congress.  [Discussing This Story]


Jim Jordan also points out the risk in President Trump’s current strategy. Timing the most damning evidence against the soft-coup usurpers to come out after the election; in combination with the DOJ/FBI influenced IG report on FISA abuse; can also mean that if Democrats win the house the corruption scandal simply melts back into the swamp…

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333 Responses to Representative Jim Jordan Discusses UniParty Strategy to Run Out The Clock…

  1. KnowSERENoFear says:

    I think many of us forget how much we know. MOST Americans would find the declassification and release of all these docs overwhelming. I am surrounded by Americans, R’s & D’s, that have no idea what FISA is, or FISC, or Gang of 8, or 302…none…zilch. But they can certainly see a man, Kavanaugh, getting screwed…and who is doing it…and who is saying “innocent until proven guilty” doesn’t count…nor due process.

    My point…Most Americans can identify with Kavanaugh…and see the immaturity of the left…and they don’t want them in charge. Releasing declassified information will just confuse the masses.

    Liked by 4 people

    • moe grimm says:

      Unbelievable. You just cited the ESSENCE of the problem. An “electorate” composed of some 50% of dazed, confused, duped, punch Drunk, profoundly misinformed, often doped up – IMBECILES. Those who’ve sat rolling their eyes muttering “ugh politics” and then off to a sports bar they go to subsidize their own demise even further to watch a National Felony League game played by turf “warriors”. THIS is how we got here. When the inevitable dose of unbridled reality is distributed to them it will be like a man going broke, or the sinking of the RMS Titanic – sudden, final, and catastrophic.

      Liked by 2 people

      • KnowSERENoFear says:

        Well I don’t know if I’d go that far. 🙂

        A lot of Americans are consumed with life…kids to school, bills to pay, neighbors, teachers, work…

        I like to refer to them as Americans than imbeciles. But your point is well taken…a government of WE THE PEOPLE ought to have people engaged in it.

        Of interest: PERU requires all citizens to vote or they are fined. Election Day is paid day off so no excuses.

        Liked by 1 person

      • sweepyjeff says:

        That’s really humorous and poetic at the same time.


      • MelH says:

        WOW moe grim. You just hit it “out of the park!”
        Thank you!


    • oldschool says:

      I really dislike the argument of witholding information because people won’t understand it. Almost anyone can understand the cliff notes with an effective communications campaign.

      Liked by 1 person

      • KnowSERENoFear says:

        Yep. But is there time for an effective comm campaign? I can only speak to my environment and they just don’t get it. So with regards to the folks I interact with: KISS is the game….keep it simply…many are enraged at what transpired with Bret Kavanaugh. To erase that and replace it with unrelated FISA material or 302 would be counterproductive. Besides, who would report it at all…and accurately?

        But I totally believe that our VSGPDJT has a Contitutional obligation to inform the electorate of what’s going on. I see a SOTU address where he lays it all out nice and simple…Perot style with easy-to-understand charts and such.

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  2. moe grimm says:

    Bottom line and past all the endless conversation is that there was ENOUGH EVIDENCE to have convened a grand jury ten (10) months ago having produced several indictments by now. Lurch Mueller has (2) grand juries – one in Mordor and one in Alexandria. The whole thing is fkg surreal. What’s 5X even more surreal is half the Idiots in this Country are actually clueless as to what was perpetrated against them. But they know how to download “Game of Thrones” on their beloved “smart” phones as they hurry down to Starbucks for a mocha latte with “natural sugar” and steamed goats milk. Then over to Twatter to twit. If the SHTF, and with increasing velocity it looks like it will, these will be the first to die. I still can’t believe the degree to which the most massive criminal treasonous conspiracy ever perpetrated, in recorded history, against a free republic/democracy has been cucked. Getting rid of Sessionzzz and his dominatrix Rosenstein who seems to be getting sudden rhythm from Trump is Job #1. Our Founding Fathers would have already been shooting – probably 25 years ago at that let alone allowing this.


    • sweepyjeff says:

      Again, well stated. Although, I do think most people know what happened, they just think “they all do it.” Hence, the “ugh, politics.” And they just want to keep from losing their job to a factory moving to China. That’s why Trump concentrates on jobs-its his biggest and best argument. The other stuff is just confirming what ordinary people already know, and that is that “they’re all crooks, always have been, always will be.”


  3. Monticello says:

    The tree is shaking tonight! Think I will join the camp fire on the ground. I really don’t see the Sundance post on Jordan causing all this commotion on Saturday night…..
    This is normally a very sane informative and fact seeking forum…what gives? Is there a keg hidden in the tree house that I don’t know about? Is this pre-election jitters or are the evil orcs inbound?

    Stay the course!

    Liked by 1 person

    • sweepyjeff says:

      We’re just tired of the Spygate stories. They don’t ever lead anywhere. That’s all.

      Liked by 1 person

      • sweepyjeff says:

        I might add, that this with all due respect to the CTH author, who has done an enormous amount of research on the issue. Highly interesting, great work. But we collectively feel like Randall McMurphy in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Nurse Ratchett’s gonna win this one.


      • MelH says:

        TONS of hours wasted, thinking crime would get punishment. I soooo resent the good I could have been doing for others, instead of wasting time here, thinking I could support patriotism in some positive way. sweepyjeff, I think you are right,Nurse Rachett is gonna win this one. Without Sundance,i would have felt I didn’t do “due dilligance”. God Bless you, Sundance, and many thanks. I didn’t wander off in a cloud of ignorance, thanks to you. The awakening has been stunning!

        Liked by 1 person

        • sweepyjeff says:

          Sundance gave us some great rides, the basketball game where they got Chief to cheat, some parties with real women, a boat ride, remember the Boat ride all the patients went on in the movie? Gave ’em hell. There willl be some good come out of it. Chief will get the nerve the bust the window and escape. I’m sure there’s a metaphor in this case for that. But yeah, Nurse Ratchett gonna finally win.

          Liked by 1 person

    • thinkthinkthink says:

      I think the orcs have figured out where the powder keg usually resides.


  4. Treehigger says:

    Bob good latte will be gone so will gowdy
    Hurry up


  5. Concerned says:

    GOP Senator Requests FBI Documents Related to the Bureau’s Interactions with Bruce Ohr and former DOJ Lawyer Michael Sussmann

    Fusion GPS hired Christopher Steele — author of the Steele dossier — and Mr. Sussmann allegedly provided the FBI with information ‘related to Russian interference in the election, hacking and possible Trump connections,’” the letter reads.

    Michael Sussmann, Perkins Coie LLP Susan knew and socialized with Rick Boucher, Ed McNicholas, Alan Raul, Sidley Austin LLP

    Ms. Whitney practiced in the Washington and Los Angeles offices of Sidley Austin LLP. and worked for X – President Obama.

    Liked by 2 people

  6. Concerned says:

    Please reference Sidley Austin LLP to Obama above.

    Are they connected Chuck Schumer to Simpson at Fusion GPS to Joshua Levy at 2018 Cunningham Levy Muse LLP to Ms. Whitney at Sidley Austin LLP to Obama?
    Note: Joshua Levy, used to work in Congress as counsel to no less than Chuck Schumer.

    Sidley Austin LLP seems to work for © 2018 Cunningham Levy Muse LLP

    [Ms. Whitney at Sidley Austin LLP worked for X – President Obama]
    Ms. Whitney practiced in the Washington and Los Angeles offices of Sidley Austin LLP.
    Her responsibilities included the selection, vetting, and confirmation of President Obama’s judicial nominees. Her clemency team responsibilities included advising the President on commutations, pardons, and issues of executive clemency.

    [Joshua Levy worked for Chuck Schumer]
    We know that [GPS Fusion co-founder Glenn] Simpson is tight with Democrats. His current attorney, Joshua Levy, used to work in Congress as counsel to no less than Chuck Schumer.

    [Joshua Levy, a partner with law firm Cunningham Levy Muse]
    “The merits of the complaint are strong,” said Joshua Levy, a partner with law firm Cunningham Levy Muse, who represents the residents. “The evidence of Mr. Trump’s bad character is strong.”

    Liked by 3 people

    • elmo says:

      Coupists still moving forward with destroy Trump, his family and all their businesses to threaten anyone from regular Main Street America to never attempt running for any office.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Concerned says:

        Yes, I think they are. Cunningham Levy Muse LLP, Ms. Whitney at Sidley Austin LLP and Perkins Coie LLP appear to be working together with Obama. Wish my expertise was in Traffic Analysis.

        I was hoping someone with the right expertise could focus in on these companies.

        Liked by 1 person

  7. Curt says:

    This poem was read into the Congressional record in November of 1949 by represenative Clarence J. Brown, a “Pie for Everybody “speech. He described its author as a prominent Democrat.


    Father, must I go to work?
    No, my lucky son.
    We’re now living of easy street,
    On the dole from Washington.

    We’ve left it up to Uncle Sam,
    So don’t get exercised.
    No one has to give a darn–
    We’ve all been subsidized!

    But if Sam treats us so well
    And feeds us milk and honey,
    Please, daddy, tell me what the heck
    He’s going to use for money.

    Don’t worry, son, there’s not a hitch
    In this here noble plan–
    He simply soaks the filthy rich
    And helps the common man.

    But, father, won’t there came a time
    When they run out of cash,
    And we have left them not a dime
    When things will go and crash?

    My faith in you is shrinking, son,
    You nosy little brat!
    You do too damn much thinking son,
    To be a Democrat!

    Liked by 3 people

  8. JX says:

    Subpoena Rosenstein. If he fails to comply then find him in contempt and send the Sgt at Arms to arrest & imprison him.


    • mztore says:

      This is something I can’t understand……all these people “refusing” to comply, yet nobody is ever arrested and-or sent to jail like you or I would be should we “refuse” to comply with any kind of demand to appear and testify. When will this stupid congress stand up and take charge…….never I guess.

      Liked by 1 person

  9. Bone Fish says:

    Has worked out well for all treason actors so far.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Mark Ryyan says:

    One thing I find curious is that President Trump sent no tweet (that I can find) about Rosenstein ditching the House Committee hearing Thursday. If this was a new revelation to Trump, it would likely that he would have sent at least one tweet disparaging Rosenstein. I am of a notion that Trump knew this would happen and agreed to the reasoning for the the no-show; or maybe Trump commanded Rosenstein to not appear.Something is up.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Concerned says:

      If I recall correctly, President Trump send out a message expressing his surprise at Rosenstein not making the meeting.

      Note: I am not a supporter of Rosenstein.

      Liked by 1 person

      • MelH says:

        I never saw a mention of POTUS expressing anything about Rosenstein beyond liking him and “getting along” with him, which highlights the cognitive dissonance we experience while working so hard to be Trump Supporters! If RR isn’t a Black Hat, no matter what POTUS is saying now, I will slink away and be forever apologetic for not ALWAYS thinking Potus is The Most Brilliant Man Ever to run our country.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Judith says:

          POTUS knows they have nothing and he can deflassify to prove it. For now, he doesn’t need to. And maybe he never will. This damning info is more valuable to him now as leverage to dangle over the swamp. They are going insane.

          In the meantime, they are desperate for a misstep to accuse him of obstruction. That would be their leverage. It is the last gasp of Russia. This is why he always plays nice with Rosey and Mueller. It doesn’t cost him a thing and it spares him a world of grief while the investigation remains open.

          Liked by 1 person

  11. Kid Jupiter says:

    Trump has already screwed this up. Should’ve followed through on the declassification. Ridiculous.


    • butch cassidy says:

      Oh ye of little faith (and I don’t mean kayne, at least he has faith). Since you have no idea what is in those classified materials, as far as who, what and how it will affect, relax and let Trump do his thing. He has not disappointed so far. This game being played out is above our pay grade. Yes we can speculate but we have no idea what is happening behind the scenes. Your post is ridiculous.


  12. Lactantius says:

    “Time and tide wait for no man.” – Geoffrey Chaucer.

    That includes President Donald J. Trump. For all the bitching about individual players in the Republican Congress, even President Donald J. Trump has to use the team he has, not the fantasy team he can imagine.

    It is now October 14. The Republican members of the House of Representatives have to get reelected and some of them have enormous distances in their districts to cover. The time has come for reelection and trying to hold the House. President Donald J. Trump has been out campaigning like no other president in memory. Just having those daily mega-rallies has a huge psychological effect on the enemy. President Donald J. Trump has thousands on the outside who can’t get in and the DemonizingRats have rallies at IHOP with table space to spare.

    Who knows what October Surprise the DemonizingRats will attempt? We do know the leverage President Donald J. Trump holds in his vest pocket: Dump the unclassified documents and watch the cockroaches dive for the back of the refrigerator.

    This is President Donald J. Trump’s first mid-term election rodeo. He got the job as POTUS by other than conventional means. To hold him hostage to the conventional politics is ridiculous. There are no conventional politics — on conventional wisdom —- which is 50% right and 50% wrong and about as useful as getting your news from CNN.

    All this three dimensional to 64 dimensional chess chatter keeps the “smart” people chasing their conspiracy tails. Can you imagine how far Trump would have gotten in building his career if he spent all of his waking hours conspiring to make the next five minutes pay off? President Donald J. Trump has terrific (not infallible) instincts. They serve him well, because he knows those he faces are too beholden to conventional ways and means. He knows that when conventional ways and means will suffice, he gives them room to proceed.

    President Donald J. Trump understands that “time and tide wait for no man.” Certainly, he did not fully understand how low the DemonizingRats would go on Justice Kavanaugh. He does now. Does that mean he will “play it safer” or that he will come back meaner and stronger? His instincts will decide. He will will weigh the circumstances and the consequences and proceed accordingly.

    I trust President Donald J. Trump. Even if he fumbles.

    Liked by 1 person

  13. 6x47 says:

    Greg Jarrett’s description of what a strong, competent Attorney General would have done on day one when the “Small Group” cabal pressured him to recuse from their investigation is exactly what I’ve been saying from day 1:

    He would have looked into the “Russian collusion” counterintelligence investigation and quickly realized 1) there isn’t any criminal investigation and hence nothing to recuse from, and 2) just how dirty the Black Hats really are.

    And then he would have marched straight into the Oval Office, informed the President of the sedition afoot in the DOJ, FBI, and Obama’s IC – and a Special Counsel would have been appointed to investigate the conspiracy, not to frame President Trump. Comey would have been fired, and a systematic purge of the small group would have commenced.

    And IG Horowitz would be feeding his findings to an aggressive Special Counsel for prosecution, not filtered through an ass-covering bureaucracy that minimizes and ignores its own malfeasance.

    But battered conservative Sessions, consumed by guilt and shame, merely cringed, apologized, and recused. He surrendered his command without firing a shot, allowing the Deep State to establish a beachhead inside the Trunp Administration. Vichy Sessions.

    Now: Cue the chorus of bleating sheep, “Sessions has to recuse, the conspirators were investigating the campaign and he was part of it.” That was a LIE, the whole thing was and is a HOAX, and if you believe that you’re falling for a ruse when you’ve been told repeatedly it’s a ruse.

    Liked by 2 people

    • MelH says:

      6X47,That’s the first time I have heard a 24-karat credible reason to believe Sessions is NOT playing some fabulous game of chess but is, in fact, just doing the best he can in a position he didn’t anticipate would exceed his Peter Principle. What he did was GREAT, but far less than WE expected, and NEEDED, of the person holding that position.


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