Sunday Talks: Representative Jim Jordan Discusses DAG Rosenstein Hiding From Congress…

Ohio Representative Jim Jordan discusses Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein refusing to answer questions from congressional oversight, and the upcoming additional testimony of James Baker (Team McCabe) and the first round of questions for Ms. Nellie Ohr.

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93 Responses to Sunday Talks: Representative Jim Jordan Discusses DAG Rosenstein Hiding From Congress…

  1. Howie says:

    Oh Well..

    Liked by 4 people

  2. anniefannie says:

    Jordan again calls for the declassification. Release?

    Liked by 3 people

    • John says:

      I think that it is obvious that the plan was for Mueller to release his report as an “October surprise,” against Pres. Trump and the Republicans. POTUS threatening to release the unredacted documents, flushed out Rosenstein, for the confrontation on Air Force One. This gave the president the leverage against Rosenstein. The result being a standoff between the two. That leaves three other players in the mix. You have the investigations by Huber and Horowitz, while both have remained quiet on the sidelines. (I believe that either can be “activated,” by Rosenstein, or Jeff Sessions. I doubt that we will see any movement from them until after the midterms.). The third player would be Congress, who are now in control (unless POTUS decides to intervene.). Hopefully, with congresses newfound surge of testosterone, we may see a break in the standoff.

      The Democrats have now gone violent, because they have Nothing of value to contribute and realize they’re losing position. They are certainly behind the recent rise of right-wing Marxists, utilize as a false flag, matching their left-wing Marxists.

      Mueller’s investigation has definitely been used as cover for the FBI and DOJ corruption. This could be the “insurance policy,” that has been proposed earlier, just prior to the 2016 election. But I would not rule out the possibility that the “insurance policy,” might be Jeff Sessions. Sessions brought Rosenstein aboard, and Rosenstein brought Mueller. He could go either way.

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      • Newton Love says:

        I feel cheated that PDJT may not release the unredacted documents in time for them to be an “October Surprise” before the election, to blow the (D)s out of the water.

        We Treepers know how complicated most of this Obama Admin corruption is, and with only 22 days left until the 2018 Mid-Term election, with every day that passes, Congress (R)s and the few Conservative news outlets have fewer days to unpack that barrel and explain the contents to the American voters.

        I believe that if the unredacted documents are released after November 26, then the window of a (R) October Surprise is closed.


        • Beau Geste says:

          You are correct. The refusal to release the corruption documents is tantamount to throwing the November 6 elections to the dems. It is actually protecting the criminal swamp, instead of draining it. The “leverage” argument makes no sense. The public knowledge of FBI phony redaction, bias, corruption, lying to Congress, working with hillary/DNC to defeat Trump (and Bernie!!!), lying by Fusion/steele, illegal leaking, illegal interference by Britain/Australia in our election (they didn’t like PJDT’s Brexit support) added to the “jobs not mobs” and Kavanaugh crazies would enhance the potential to retain the House. As it is, we tell the repubs “no money or votes until the unredacted records are released as promised”.


        • Rob says:

          I feel Trump knows best, and if he does not think they should be released yet than I support that decision. He is doing a great job, considering everything, why second guess him on this?


    • Marsha Frey says:

      As far as Rosenstein going before Congress knowing what’s going to come at him — reminds me of the gangster who knows he has a “hit” out on him — so he refused to accept the dinner invitation at Rocco’s Restaurant.


  3. anniefannie says:

    McCarthy asking for border security as well as the wall in his bill!


  4. anniefannie says:

    Ratcliffe also encouraging declass. Russia probe—Mueller probe on downside but not investigating Dems.


  5. Amy2 says:

    Should be an interesting week. I don’t think the wind will hit the sails with this until after the midterms, but they’ll have more testimony by then and be connecting more dots in the meantime. I AM SO IMPATIENT!!

    Liked by 3 people

  6. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “Ohio Representative Jim Jordan discusses Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein refusing to answer questions from congressional oversight”

    There is a separation of powers issue here, so even though are great Freedom Caucus Representatives are pro-MAGA, they still have a job to do.

    I say get on with the subpoenas. Do they require SOTH Rep. Ryan’s approval? IMO the SOTH has too much power for one individual, the way things are set up now. I don’t recall any experts such as Mark Levin discussing this (was never a regular listener for various reasons)

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    • Caius Lowell says:

      So Rosy Rod works for PDJT when convenient? I guess that’s the way of the swamp…


    • Dutchman says:

      The problem isnt SOTH having too much power, the problem is Ryans failure to use it. Because hes one of the gang of eight, hes in this up to his eyeballs.
      As a Constitutional position, he COULD apply pressure, for releasing documents, and is obligated to assert those powers, in support of Congressional oversite. But, he has personal conflicts, because release would expose g of e involvement, so he doesnt.

      Hence, he too is hoping and praying HIS party loses control of the house, so these investigations go away.


  7. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    Hope some folks ask Nellie some Ham Radio questions…..

    I’m dying to know all about her gear.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Pa Hermit says:

      You can bet your bottom dollar it won’t be tuned to the repeaters(2 Meters)(144Mhz) in the area. Way too many ears on them! I would wager it would be the 6 Meter band (50Mhz)


  8. Motzilla says:

    Holy mackerel! This is bound to rattle some cages….. hard!

    <a href=";Spygate: The True Story of Collusion [Infographic]

    Liked by 7 people

  9. RAC says:

    Joke or no joke, what kind of conversation were these people having for this to even come up, not buying it whatever the excuse.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. peterpan says:

    Wish that the Conservatives would call it as is:

    FBI was in collusion with Hillary and Obama to overthrow a duly elected president , trying to ignore the will of the electorate

    (not using euphemisms like : “not telling the FISA Court of exculpatory evidence)

    NUFF of legalese its time they to be a bit Shumer’esque

    Liked by 4 people

  11. GB Bari says:

    Maria: “Congressman, will there be any account ability for all of this?”
    Jordan: “Well let’s hope so. I actually hope in the end we get a Justice Department that will hold people accountable. But the frustrating part is this pattern…”

    No, Congressman. The frustrating part is We the People listening to y’all in seats of power who come on TV interviews, cite all of the crimes perpetrated by the DOJ, FBI, and other Deep State characters, yet can only voice your hopes while continuing to permit a rogue Justice Department that lacks a capable Attorney General to flip their middle fingers to you, the President, and the citizens of this country.

    That’s the frustrating part, Congressman.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Jpcarson says:

      Justice will probably have to come by the hands of American patriots. If clear, substantive evidence of wrong-doing and criminality is brought forth that is undeniable, and yet few are prosecuted and convicted—where does that leave the American people? The injustice will be unpalatable!!! How do We the People bring justice to bear in holding criminals accountable for their actions?


      • FishtheDish says:

        Sadly I agree with you – the level of pathetic is nauseating. Jordan is now embarrassing himself by looking so impotent.


      • Boots says:

        “How do We the People bring justice to bear in holding criminals accountable for their actions?”
        By citizen’s grand juries. Read this by attorney Larry Klayman. HE’S the guy (Klayman) That Trump should appoint as AG. Klayman would do his utmost to have every conspirator in jail or on death row, where most of them belong.

        There is only one way that the nation will restore itself to equal justice under the law, as it was designed on July 4, 1776, in my birthplace of Philadelphia. In this regard, We the People must now take a page from the “Old West,” before there was any U.S. Department of Justice, and implement citizens’ grand juries, citizens’ trials, and legal citizens law enforcement. In this regard, our venerable and regrettably now deceased Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia ruled in the landmark case of United States v. Williams, 112 S. Ct. 1735, 504 U.S. 36, 118 L. Ed. 2d 352 (1992), that the grand jury under our Constitution does not belong to any of the three branches of government, but instead to We the People. As a result, the citizenry are empowered to empanel grand juries, indict, try, convict and mete out sentences for those accused of crimes.


  12. lydia00 says:

    Trying to figure out the strategy here. Trump keeps Rosenstein —which I understand cos of Mueller. Congress wants Rosenstein to declassify and answer to congress which is important. Anyone? Help?

    I wonder if Trump has a deadline on RR wrapping up the investigation.


    • Dutchman says:

      Firstly, its not Congress wants. The House has wants, both insrtitutional and Political, and they dont align with the similar wants of Senate.
      And neither align perfectly W.H., or President.

      Its a few people on select committeess that want release.
      As i posted earlier, the gang of eight, and especiall the gang of four, DONT want this info released, EVER.

      So, everybody is working from their own individual self interest, as well as collective self interest, and in some cases, literal as,well as,political survival is on the line, hence the fighting is viscious and unrelenting.

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  13. BobR says:

    less documents more indictments

    Liked by 2 people

  14. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein refusing to answer questions from congressional oversight,”

    More from the archives:

    Alan Dershowitz and Joe diGenova appear on Sean Hannity TV show to discuss the latest revelations in the Robert Mueller ‘Muh Russia’ collusion investigation. Against yesterday’s backdrop discovery of the secret instructions from Asst. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to Special Counsel Robert Mueller, Joe diGenova goes full wolverine.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Cat Lady says:

    Am I the only one to notice this??

    It looks to me like someone sat down Jim Jordan and talked to him about his MO of not wearing coats and said “Look if you wanna be speaker you need to up your look”

    The fabric, the tailoring, the color of his shirts is definitely much nicer and more polished the last month or so. Nicer ties too..

    Remember our VSGPDJT famously said of Sean Spicer “doesn’t he own a dark suit?”

    He has earned everyone’s respect but I think it’s a good thing for him to present himself better!! He doesn’t look like a coach with his undershirt showing through his shirt anymore!!

    LOVE the new look!!!

    Liked by 3 people

  16. rumpole2 says:

    This guy Huber?. LOL

    Another beauty!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  17. JX says:

    Jordan has got to be the next Speaker.

    Liked by 4 people

    • anniefannie says:


      Liked by 1 person

    • Dutchman says:

      Yes, that will be a very important battle, cause personell is key.
      The obvious moves by McCarthy to appear aggressive on all this, are apperent attempts to appeal to US, the base.

      I find that encouraging; a sign we are winning!
      Should he succeed however, a sign we are losing.
      Hes swampy, Ryans heir apperent, which should doom his chances right there.
      I want Jordan or Scalise; someone withskin in the game, who understands the,stakes and the very nature of the enemy.

      McCarthys an empty suit prettyboy.

      Liked by 2 people

      • swissik says:

        I agree Dutchman, plus McCarthy is from my state of CA. Unfortunately not a trustworthy Republican. There are, in my opinion, only two Cali Republicans worth their salt, named Nunes and McClintock and we can’t vote for either of them because we are in Eshoo’s district.


  18. quintrillion says:

    Interesting conversation between Maria and Jim – Lois Lerner was brought up as setting a Dangerous Pattern of targeting conservatives leading up to 2012 election. Lerner was not prosecuted, she pled the 5th and walked away with full pension. Sessions should have indicted her immediately, but no he let her walk. Outrageous !

    So, Is it any wonder that Twitter, Fakebook, YouTube believe they can continue targeting conservatives? Now we are at 2018 and these social media “masters” have no fear of regulation or prosecution and are silencing our freedom of speech. This is alarming. And yet, these gvmt subsidized a-holes allow all other types of filth and garbage to be spewed with reckless abandon and still…..congress has circus hearings and still … Nothing is being done to correct this injustice against the 1st amendment; against millions of Americans’ voices of reason and truth. We are being silenced again.

    Liked by 2 people

    • weareallandrew says:

      Exactly. What happened to Eric Holder, first USAG ever held in contempt?
      Nothing, except a pay raise when Obama term was up, and now Holder is out organizing against America, with big Soros $$$, talking about kicking opponents. He’s the darling of the Left now.

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  19. FishtheDish says:

    I am sorry! But I am tired of this crap. Sickening to watch congressional oversight useless impotence. Still complaining about not getting documents – 4 months ago OK – but now just sad. Rosenstein thumbing his nose to congress, Glen Simpson, Nellie Ohr – gross. Sessions pathetic. Nothing is going to happen – it just isn’t – everybody gets away with it.

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  20. Grassleysgirl/Breitbartista says:

    Carter has the answers.

    Liked by 2 people

  21. I think most people up here share my affection for Jim Jordan. He’s a truly likable guy trying to do a tough job. Kavanaugh will help put the nail in judicial activism for a generation. Congress is a huge beneficiary with its legislative primacy finally restored as the Constitution intended. However that won’t keep everyone and his brother from heading to the NYT and WaPo rather to the relevant oversight committee with the really hot news, or people just can’t fit Congressional testimony into their busy schedules. How are Simpson and Ohr going to do anything other than take the 5th so close to midterms? So, more theater in the week ahead.

    I tire of the Jordan et al recitations about how Congress keeps getting sand kicked in its face. They all seem to have settled into that plaintive, passive-self-righteous tone. How about sending a battalion of Capitol Police down to DOJ to bust a couple of doors down? Be creative. Fight for your Constitutional prerogative. We can all survive one night without Hannity soundbites.

    I see some well-served careers partly as a result of the national exposure generated in part from the Dossier stuff -Jordan as Speaker, DeSantis Fl Governor, Chaffetz on TV. But how has the institution of Congress been well-served? How have we been served? Did I hear Jordan say Goodlatte is considering a Rosenstein subpoena? Only considering? Another burned week or two? Why wasn’t it sent out Friday afternoon? Even Jordan wonders where Huber is. Sorry. Congress has been too accepting of the clock being run down.Now we have to sweat another election.

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  22. weareallandrew says:

    If we have to put up with two years of Schiff for Brains, Warner, Nadler pontificating while covering for DOJ and FBI cuz we lost the House we will have no one to blame but ourselves for not getting out the vote.


  23. KnowSERENoFear says:

    Apologies…I can’t help but say this again:

    SEPARATE from any deals or leverage between our VSG POTUS and RR is the FACT that the Legislative branch has Constitutional OVERSIGHT over the Executive branch. We are a Representative Repulic. Our representatives are in the Legislative branch. So when the Legislature tells RR to get his skinny ass over and answer to some serious allegations…THAT”S WE THE PEOPLE telling him to get his skinny ass over to the PEOPLE”S HOUSE and answer questions. PERIOD-DOT

    If RR don’t like that —-TOUGH SH!T. He can lawyer up, he use 5A, he can quit, he can blow his head off….but what he can’t do is blow off WE THE PEOPLE that own his ass and every document he’s withholding.

    Quite frankly I’m disappointed in President Trump. He swore an oath to “faithfully” execute IAW, and defend, preserve, protect, the Constitution. If our POTUS feels that RR testimony to the people is counter MAGA, then POTUS can tell us that, and I personally, would respect his wishes. But this silence…this complete dismissal of OUR wishes to OUR government is UNCONSTITUTIONAL!!!! POTUS is the CEO of the Executive branch…so his silence in the matter is condoning it. And in the end, in principle, it is NO different than the actions of the DNC.

    I’m asking a serious question to all of you out there that have been in the higher echelons of business: What happens to a CEO that defies the wishes of shareholders?


  24. Darklich123 says:

    This is how the uniparty works. There aren’t enough white hats in our government


  25. Boots says:

    From earlier, up above:
    “Congress has been too accepting of the clock being run down.Now we have to sweat another election.”

    How well put! Here’s the heart of it all, “….has been too accepting…”.

    Question is, how do we the people get Congress to stop being “too accepting of the clock being run down”?

    The answer is that we the people need to organize a million man march on the Capital and demand in the loudest, most severe, most angry/disgusted/sick and tired, etc, etc manner that Congress stop being p*****s and do whatever it takes to get the damn documents.

    Whether it takes the capital police or the US marshals or the US Marines to physically enter and take the stuff, then just do it, dammit!

    Remember, Congress only does stuff when they think the people won’t vote for them again.

    A gazillion of us angrily demanding Congress act like men with you know what instead of like little girls with you know what, will get their attention.


  26. Boots says:

    More on this comment from someone earlier:

    “Congress has been too accepting of the clock being run down. Now we have to sweat another election.”

    Attorney Larry Klayman of Judicial Watch says Justice Antonin Scalia ruled that grand juries don’t belong to any of the three branches of government, but belong to We The People. The case is United States v. Williams, 112 S. Ct. 1735, 504 U.S. 36, 118 L. Ed. 2d 352 (1992). Klayman wrote:

    “As a result, the citizenry are empowered to empanel grand juries, indict, try, convict and mete out sentences for those accused of crimes.”

    If what Klayman says is true, the test of that truth would be, upon indictment of one of the coup conspirators by a citizen’s grand jury, to arrest, try, and sentence that conspirator in a citizens convened court, with a citizens convened jury, and with counsel for defendant.

    Every SWAT team in the USA would vie to storm the place where the conspirators are being held pending trial. There’s only two options when SWAT arrives. The citizens holding the prisoner can surrender or shoot it out with SWAT. If they choose option 2, they’ll each need several thousand rounds, loaded in magazines; armor; gas masks; water; food; a darned good fight plan; and their final will and testaments completed and duly notarized.

    Option 1 is where it gets interesting. That’s the court case where Justice Antonin Scalia’s ruling will be the defendant’s central defense. If you get the right jury picked, and that jury is *fully informed* of jury nullification, the defendants might just walk.


  27. Bth says:

    Here’s what’s going on. Kavanagh was the single most important thing for the President to accomplish before the midterms. Kavanagh and the way the Democrats handled it gave the Republicans a massive boost into the midterms. Trump and his team do not need to release the spy gate material in order to win the midterms. They know this. It’s not worth the risk. They’re saving it all for afterwords or they can do a more thorough job of producing indictments


  28. doctorfixit says:

    Time is running out on the Republicans. If they do not stop screwing around and get to hanging Rodentstein and Mueller they are finished.


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