Sunday Talks: Chairman Goodlatte Discusses Anticipating James Comey Testimony….

Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee Bob Goodatte interviewed by Maria Bartiromo, and discusses his expectation that former FBI Director James Comey will withdraw his motion to quash the House subpoena later today.

According to Chairman Goodlatte he anticipates Comey sitting for a transcribed interview this week.

The second segment of the interview is below:

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115 Responses to Sunday Talks: Chairman Goodlatte Discusses Anticipating James Comey Testimony….

  1. citizen817 says:

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  2. Brix says:

    Likely he cut a deal that allows him not to be asked certain questions….

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    • The Devilbat says:

      Maybe he decided to testify so he wouldn’t be arrested and thrown in jail.

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      • huecowacko says:

        You can bet; one report mentioned “contempt,” and the Worm said he didn’t want that; so, reading between lines, he got word of the Judge’s decision/threat through his lawyer and backed down.

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      • Linda K. says:

        Maybe he decided to testify “in private”, so he wouldn’t immediately go in front of a Grand Jury.

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    • Michelle Palmateer says:

      Perhaps the deal was regarding reduced prison time. If ANYBODY knows that they are screwed in America, it is James Comey.

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    • Jederman says:

      In a normal, sane world a subpoena would be all that’s needed. Plead the 5th, do whatever, but you will appear and you will be asked whatever they seek an answer to.

      The feckless Rs are too uninterested in the country to seek truth and justice. Particularly if it makes the CoC nervous.

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    • Marygrace Powers says:

      NO DEALS/ ALL ROADS LEAD
      TO GITMO FOR COMEY/ TROOPS
      PREPPING FOR HIM AS WE SPEAK.

      305th Military Police Company Deploys to Guantanamo Bay/

      Troops Being Sent to Cuba
      TOP HEADLINES

      DEC 2, 2018

      SCOTT MCCLOSKEY STAFF WRITER

      “WHEELING — More than 100 members of the 305th Military Police Company of Wheeling were deployed to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Saturday, following an official ceremony at Triadelphia Middle School’s gymnasium.

      The 400-day deployment is in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, according to Sgt. First Class Reginald Pickett, with the 305th. He said the troops will be performing various military police duties during this period. Several speakers, including Lt. Col. Jonathan Bennett, commander of the 400th Military Police Battalion, spoke to the troops and their families about the hardships involved with a long deployment.”

      http://www.theintelligencer.net/news/top-headlines/2018/12/305th-military-police-company-deploys-to-guantanamo-bay/

      400 Day deployment in Gitmo ridiculously long?
      I DON’T THINK SO…. BUCKLE UP – IT’S COMING…

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    • Guy Jackson says:

      Actually, I think he knew he would lose his motion to quash. The judge was very caustic to his flaunting the excuses he did, revealed by the questions asked last week.

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  3. Tl Howard says:

    Any time the GOP has a chance to reveal the illegal activities of these crooks, they’ve deferred. I’ve no reason to think the House Committee will do anything different, considering they seem to have struck some kind of deal with the SEDITIOUS ONE.

    Ever since I saw how they decided to handle the obviously lying Balsy woman, and in so doing, almost destroying a good man and his family, I’ve no faith that anyone with power in DC values the public’s right to know TRUTH.

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    • Nigella says:

      I expect nothing to come from this just like all the other “investigations.” Yeah…. I’m burned out on this…

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      • Tl Howard says:

        Another consideration: let’s take Mark Warner of VA and Richard Burr of NC. Let’s the illegal activities of each is revealed and they were forced to resign. Both are from states with Dem governors. So, if they appoint replacements, GOP is down one. If new elections were held, another Dem would win the senate seat vacated by Warner (it’s VA, after all), and Burr’s seat would, I believe, be won by a Dem as NC has been trending toss up AND the party that had a guy that stabbed his own party’s POTUS in the back–the GOP and Burr–would be considered even MORE of a traitor than any dem who did the same.

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        • Tl Howard says:

          When will I learn to proof before I hit “post”?
          Correction: “Let’s say the illegal activities of each are revealed and they are both forced to resign.”

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        • Monticello says:

          Too much assumption ……..that if a dim Senator is actually criminally prosecuted and removed that the status quo would be preserved.
          If Senators go down you’re talking major upheaval and any subsequent elections would be on a very different playing field imho.

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        • Dutchman says:

          With Republicans like this, who needs Democrats?

          Its really hard (I catch myself doing it, all the time) to stop thinking in terms of Democrat vs. Republican.

          And, I keep seeing posts that Republicans in Congress are ‘timid’ or ‘scared’, got no Cajones, or are ‘the stupid party’.

          B.S.! ITS intentional. They are worse than Democrats, because at least (finally) Democrats are being ‘honest’ about their intentions.
          Meanwhile Republicans are continueing to play the game, of saying one thing, and doing another.
          I have SEEN the enema, and he is my Republican representative in Congress!

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          • JonB3 says:

            “I have SEEN the enema, and he is my Republican representative in Congress!”

            I think you meant to say “enemy” … But “enema” is just as accurate !

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        • Frank says:

          Yes, but they could also be removed from committee assignments by the Senate majority leader, McConnell, and placed where they could not continue destroying our country. Couldn’t they?

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          • Hebo Sabe says:

            Oy.

            Feckless, remember?

            Man are we dumbed down.

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          • anniefannie says:

            Yes but the SSCI needs to be replaced in Toto!! Toto and the Scarecrow would be way better than the chair and ranking member. Matter of fact, who on the committee has the “intelligence” to be on an intelligence committee?????
            Watched the Georgia/Alabama game last night. Georgia shot itself in the foot twice. First the quarterback, who had played well, made a mental mistake by going into a slide way too soon and then turned the ball over for an Alabama score. The fake punt? What can be said?!? Maybe a junior high team but for the league championship?? When their running game had been totally squelched around that time? Republicans are Georgia. They do such stupid stuff. Dims do stupid stuff but they stick together doing it. No wonder Congress has an approval rating that is minuscule!

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        • splat! says:

          Please DO take Richard Burr.

          Far far away from the Senate.

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          • splat! says:

            If our Gov were to be inclined to appoint a Dem to Burr’s seat, he would meet with much resistance. Unless that Dem happened to be a true MAGA supporter of our President.

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        • jus wundrin says:

          What difference does it really make? One less vote for a SCOTUS nominee?

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      • JonB3 says:

        Republicans are weak ~ They’d rather fight amongst themselves than truly represent those of us that voted them in !

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    • Jedi9 says:

      Exactly! See how Las Vegas was swept under the rug ?

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    • Will Hunt says:

      to a lesser or greater extent ALL of the career politicians or wannabe career politicians bear enmity to and fear of DJT. He is the antithesis of their political status quo.

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  4. andy says:

    Been reading Hopsicker for years off and on.
    I think he anticipated all this was going to take Down Trump.
    He seems he slowed down about the time Oleg’s lawyer wrote oversight commitees. That seemed to go against his whole story line.

    He’s been linking people to drug smuggling
    http://www.madcowprod.com/2018/08/29/a-prime-minister-a-drug-pilot-an-oligarch-russiagate/

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  5. citizen817 says:

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    • Nigella says:

      Free to lie he means

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      • Monticello says:

        “without being in contempt…” Comey

        Really? Contemptible behavior towards justice, higher authority and the public in general put the lie to that “belief” of his!

        The arrogance of this man may finally do him in.

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    • tax2much says:

      What does “sit in the dark” mean?

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      • Without cameras so the public can’t hear his lies and obfuscation, while protecting the deep state from embarrassing testimony. That’s what “sit in the dark” means.

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      • Linda K. says:

        Comey is very “dramatic”.. Sit in the dark means no flash bulbs will be flashing as he makes his expressions of anguish and guilt when asked to answer truthfully to his actions. Hopefully, a Grand Jury will follow this ordeal and prison thereafter.

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    • rumpole2 says:

      LOL

      No Comey.. the closest you can (and should) get to PUBLIC TESTIMONY is at your TRIAL.. in open court… hopefully live-streamed to the world.

      Do it!!

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    • Bullseye says:

      So he can alert the other players to exactly what he testified and get their stories aligned.
      Republicans had him against the wall and didn’t to give in and negotiate. They’ve learned nothing from P{rump about leverage…actually they don’t want the leverage hail uniparty

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      • steph_gray says:

        The coupsters/cabalists can align all their stories until they are blue in the face.

        The hard evidence against them all still cannot be explained away, and in the long run will not.

        I don’t get why so many of the “we’re doomed” thinkers around here fear either this bunch of Keystone Kriminal Kopz or the yellowstream media that is daily losing power to protect them – not when our champion in the battle is President Trump.

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    • motreehouse says:

      It means He is free to go on all the presstitutes shows and communist news sites to spew more propaganda the second he finishes giving his testimony. Knowing He has 24hrs. atleast before the testimony is screened and redacted of classified material. He gets to be the news cycle. Grassley should schedule the testimony it for as late on Friday as allowed to limit the fallout of this.

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    • Will Hunt says:

      It should be obvious to everyone that Comey argued for public testimony to prevent the committee from asking questions that he could refuse to answer on the basis of protection of national security. Now he’ll claim the fifth or use the ongoing investigation ruse.

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  6. Molly says:

    The whole point of this exercise, as SD has pointed out, was that Comey didn’t want to be asked about classified matters–which cannot be done in a public setting and therefore demands a closed setting. So now he’s free to release anything he wants to from his transcript, but you can bet your bottom dollar he won’t release any discussion of classified matters.

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  7. rumpole2 says:

    Just as well Congress is just a sideshow.

    Comey needs to be interviewed by proper LE interrogators, not hapless amateurs in Congress. The transcript/video of what Comey says to LE.. could then be shown at his trial.

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    • Sherri Young says:

      Ratcliffe used to be the US Attorney for the Eastern District of Texas. Before that, he was the head and lead prosecutor for the anti-terrorism division in the Eastern District. Not a hapless amateur.

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      • Austin Holdout says:

        I agree with you about Ratcliff. The other “highly experienced prosecutor” Goodlatte referred to was Trey Gowdy. I expect no help from him. Not sure what he’s angling for as his next career, but whatever it is, he is careful not to offend democrats.

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  8. Joe says:

    More dog & pony show.

    The actual purpose will be to continue the coverup.

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  9. litlbit2 says:

    Wow! I am all ears. A public speech about the character of a liar by a liar for the network MSM of liars.

    Great full as always as the real judge from above will be taking notes! Expose yourself.

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  10. Earl & Pearl Tourist says:

    I have always thought that from the get-go on this charade, FISA warrants were pulled on all the dep-stateers, in return for lying to FISA to about the Page warrant. If that is true, then they are all hosed, and hopefully will be sitting in GITMO pretty soon.

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  11. teeheeman says:

    Suspicious cat indeed. The SWAMP is in swagger mode past the mid-terms. We need to PUSH even though the playing field isn’t level. Push and then push some more.

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  12. ggm says:

    First it was Sessions that would save us. Then Wray. Then Huber. Then Horowitz. Then Whitaker. etc. Every single one has turned out to be an incompetent failure at best, and at worst, part of the swamp. Goodlatte, McConnell, Graham, Nunes, Roosterhead, Jordan, all tease us with an occasional carrot, but the carrot they give us turns out to be half rotten. Nothing will come of any of this.
    Sorry about the negativity.

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    • singingsoul says:

      ggm says:
      “First it was Sessions that would save us. Then Wray. Then Huber. Then Horowitz. Then Whitaker. etc. Every single one has turned out to be an incompetent failure at best, and at worst, part of the swamp. Goodlatte, McConnell, Graham, Nunes, Roosterhead, Jordan, all tease us with an occasional carrot, but the carrot they give us turns out to be half rotten. Nothing will come of any of this.
      Sorry about the negativity.”
      ___________________________________________
      All you mentioned have t survive in he same swamp. We have to have Hope that within the swamp are a couple of creatures that are more cunning and have a higher IQ and ethical compass then others. He who survives and floats to the top will be the one who has more sludge on the other.
      I do not know who will be the shining knight who finally can cut through the sludge I will let myself be surprised. Never loos Hope but never put your hope in man allone.

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      • Austin Holdout says:

        I believe Nunes would have brought people to justice if he could have. The rest of the bunch, IMO, chose not to fight this head on, if at all. I would put Nunez in a different category of people who went all in and did as much as he could, but didn’t have the pull to overwhelm the will of the Uniparty. I don’t know him. I just felt listening to him that he urgently wanted justice and was doing all he could. The rest just pontificate to appease.

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    • rumpole2 says:

      I am ALMOST as negative as you but…. I am still prepared to reserve judgement on Whitaker…… I hope he performs… but he could eventually be a fizzer like all the others.

      I do see that at this stage Mueller is a blockage in the swamp drain (still) and heavy action by the good guys (if there are any) needs to come after Mueller ends. Not sure how long we can wait for Mueller to end?

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    • andy says:

      IN interpretted ‘Trust sessions’ and ‘Trust [insert]’ as ‘trust them no to screw this up now or for the history books’
      Honestly could not say who I was to trust to bring justice.

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    • Your are correct in your assessment as things now stand. The fish rots from the head as they say, and things will never change until aggressive leadership arrives at DOJ who will reform a corrupt organization.

      Sessions utterly failed at this because he saw nothing wrong. Whitaker was a part of his team and has been critical of PT. Huber is an Obama democrat. Horowitz is a democrat. I don’t see anyone at DOJ who places the law above partisan gain right now because the leadership on down to “who knows where” have been corrupted.

      People keep saying there are thousands of righteous and nonpartisan DOJ and FBI people who can’t wait do clean house but I don’t see it.

      PT will have to select a new AG who is a reformer and he/she will then have to appoint people below him/her who will take charge and reform the system. We will see.

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  13. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “According to Chairman Goodlatte he anticipates Comey sitting for a transcribed interview this week.”

    Actions speak louder than words, so we shall see………….

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  14. rumpole2 says:

    We KNOW that Comey was involved in corruption, spying, subversion.

    We KNOW he is NOT going to have a “Perry Mason” moment in front of Congress and confess.

    We know he will deflect, lie, lie by omission, and refuse to answer some questions.

    So what is the point of this Circus show?

    There is more than enough “probable cause” to indict Comey on a list of crimes.

    Why continue the farce??

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    • mimbler says:

      The farce continues in order to create the appearance that justice is occurring, while in fact, it is not.

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      • rumpole2 says:

        Yes.
        Congress is just for show… it does not really matter which Party holds the majority. These inquires END with a report… so what?
        Criminal Investigations COULD have been underway at the same time as Congressional inquiries, but it seems people think that first Congress has to find iron clad evidence of a crime before a proper criminal investigation is started. That is nuts.

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  15. jbowen82 says:

    Let’s not despair too much. Worst case, we’re no worse off. Best case, Comey says something that can be proved later to be a lie. Even bestest case, Comey fingers someone else to start covering his own ass. I’m not hoping for either the best or the bestest case, but they’re possible. And worst case, we’ve lost nothing and boxed him in with some testimony on the record. It’s all good.

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    • jus wundrin says:

      No worse off?

      Sorry, but an obvious two tiered just-us system is the antithesis of a constitutionally limited republic. The FBI already raided the homes of two (3?) whistleblowers without recourse, so what will stop them from raiding your home for something you typed on social media about a future president?

      Am I exaggerating?

      Well consider the UK, where people are being fined and arrested for slighting islam on social media.

      Cant happen here?

      Expect hate speech laws in the near future if the whole boat changes course in 2020, and the dems start impeachments against Kavanaugh and perhaps Thomas.

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    • steph_gray says:

      Thank you!

      But there are too many around here who live to “despair too much.” It’s getting ridiculous.

      Having Comey grilled by Congress, no matter the bottom line, at least seeps into the mind of the medium-info voter as “Comey? Didn’t he get called before Congress? I watched 30 seconds and he struck me as a kind of a, oh what’s the word, weasel…”

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “oh what’s the word, weasel…”

        I think we have to stop besmirching weasels here at the CTH (yes, I know it was a word Mr. Comey used). I would like to suggest using “dung beetle” as a comparative term instead.

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      • lemmus1 says:

        …I can think of a few words far more descriptive than “weasel” …but then Ad Rem would have to mod my use of such “french”

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  16. marko says:

    don’t care about meaningless congressional hearings that never produce anything. just more garbage from the GOP pretending to hold people accountable.

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    • Dutchman says:

      My perception is that the original purpose for Congressional hearings was two-fold. Firstly, sure to hold the executive agencies ‘accountable’, that is INSURING that they were enforcing the laws, written BY the legislature, as intended.
      Secondly, to detirmine if the legislature, which writes the laws, needs to write a New law, or Amend an old one.

      After all, the primary job of “Legislators” is SUPPOSED to be to LEGISLATE, i.e. to WRITE laws. Especially with the advent of T.V., its become a way to get ‘face time’ (most dangerous place to be is between a politician and a TV camera), and to play “gotcha” politics.

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  17. singingsoul says:

    With Comey and others in the DOJ and FBI walking and not being prosecuted will harm our Judicial system and faith for fair and truthful prosecutions will wither.
    A two deer Judicial system is not acceptable in this country we are not Europe.
    These people are not Royalty that they can scathe free. Why do we tolerate this…? Any other poor schlick would have been in prison and many have been prosecuted for far less.

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    • DJSnyder says:

      Just remember, Trump is not going to do anything unless the Democrats strike first. He said that specifically…

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      • red6242 says:

        You can’t win by just playing defense, that is how you lose.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Counterpunching is NOT ‘just playing defense’; it is waiting till your opponent is punching, which by neccesity means they are lowering their guard, THEN, taking advantage OF their lowered guard, punching back hard and accurately, and with devastating effectiveness.
          Its a matter of TIMING.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Yes, he did. The billion $ ? is, “What is VSG’s ‘red line’? In the NY Post interview, it sure SOUNDED like he was saying, if House starts having hearings investigating “all things Trump”; tax returns, tweets, Ivanka email use, etc. and NOT working with POTUS, on things for America, like infrastructure, that THAT is his ‘red line’, and he will open a can of whupass on em.

        Or, is it the BIG I; Impeachment ‘proceedings’? Certainly his lawyers would urge him to ‘hold his fire’ and not release until then.

        And it certainly SEEMS ‘logical’, and the msm would HAVE to cover it, if he presented the release as his ‘Defence’ to the charges.

        On the other hand, apperently he sometimes doesn’t take his lawyers advice, and takes ‘unconventional’ actions, which only in retrospect are seen as being just the right responce.

        We’ll just have to stay tuned,…

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    • Dutchman says:

      singingsoul,
      And many others who lament the end of civilisation, if we don’t see Justice.
      “will harm our judicial system, and faith for fair and truthful prosecutions will wither”,…”two tier judicial system is not acceptable in this country”

      I am tempted to ask “What PLANET are YOU living on?”
      Do you remember the O.J. trial?
      Have you ever BEEN a defendant IN a criminal trial?
      Do you all have even a smidgen of a clue, what REALLY goes on in Criminal courtrooms across the country, every day?
      Get a clue; “Equal Justice under the Law” is an ASPIRATION; something we strive for or aspire to, but ‘we ain’t there, yet’, not by any manner or means.
      A ‘two tiered’ Judicial system? If you have money, power influence and fame you have a much easier time navigating the Criminal Justice system, as a defendant.
      If you have nothing, a much HARDER time, and odds are your outcome less positive.
      THAT is reality. Wake up and smell the cacky!

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  18. iconoclast says:

    Perhaps getting him on record that he leaked classified information will pressure the DOJ to indict him.

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  19. technerd55 says:

    So, maybe Comey was given a heads up that Judge Trevor McFadden wasn’t interested in making new laws. Just as well, nothing will come of this; the House has been a toothless tiger in the hands of the GOP.

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  20. andy says:

    Am I correct in assuming that his failure to revealing the investigation to oversight is not excused by any ‘sensitivities’ or anything at all. His entire authority to act in that manner derived from the people he was withholding information, and thus breaking the law.

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  21. Goodlatte, protector of the establishment. Another RINO retiring from Congress.

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  22. stablesort says:

    Goodlatte takes an hour and a half just to say good morning.

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  23. This is, once again, another instance of pure, unadulterated, BS. Comey agreed to testify behind closed doors only if a full transcript was released to the public within 24 hours. Which means at any time he can refuse to answer a question citing “classified information “ or “national security “ or whatever other phrase they use whenever they have no intention of answering the question. What time is it Mr Comey? “I’m sorry. That’s classified information that I am unable to answer in this type of setting.” Oh, okay. Thank you Mr Comey.

    Goodlatte makes me sick. As does every other Republican that thinks they are pulling the wool over the public’s eyes. And not only did I waste two minutes of my life watching this video, I wasted the time it took to write this comment because neither one will change a damn thing!

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    • Heika says:

      Yes all about ‘the bluff of appearances’. E.g. Comey must appear to his sycophant fans (and go look at his twitter feed to see how they croon), as if he is a noble man in service of justice. Goodlatte must keep up the appearance of ‘the headmaster’, making sure all the naughty boys are given lines for scribbling on the toilet walls. It’s a huge farce, the whole thing. I feel great sorrow for the authentic members of Congress (and they have fought so hard) who will see all their work go down the toilet. How do we attract or ever keep good men in there when this is what it is?

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  24. bluecat57 says:

    All talk no action. aka Circlejerk.

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  25. Craig Hill says:

    How many people besides myself are sick and tired of the games that they play. They treat us like fools. Him saying that he can’t get him to appear there’s a bunch of Kroc! You issue a subpoena & the moment someone says no and if they don’t show up you hold them in contempt. Why not just come out & tell us because we wanted to do it when we felt like doing it or when we felt as though it would give us the maximum amount of whatever. We get so tired of these two faced politicians. They get every benefit of the doubt and the rest of us get fu©ked with a capital F!

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  26. Right to reply says:

    Well I have to say, that when Huckabee suggested Gowdy, or Graham as AG last week, I cringed…

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  27. sickconservative says:

    I’m getting tired of this, until we fight like the left we will never get anywhere.
    D’s never back down especially when they are wrong but just double down on the BS.
    R’s have no backbone at least or are just deepstate stooges that to me fits best.
    We are outnumbered at this point with Rino stooges.

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  28. Heika says:

    Well there you have it. It is now confirmed. No one will be held accountable. Goodlatte’s words carefully crafted ‘politically’ to soften everyone’s expectations. What’s happening? The FBI and all the other three letter swear word agencies involved are being ‘rescued’ from complete annihilation. They are saying, FBI (the criminal individuals are above the law) has been a naughty boy and we have done the cleaning and hopefully it will never happen again. This is it, folks. Sundance has been hinting, but Dan Bongino has been yelling it at us for a week. No one is going down, NO ONE. It’s over. They have decided to save the institution over applying the law. If they start lining up the crooks the building will be empty. They would lose their FBI completely. This is how Rosenstein has been blackmailing Trump. It’s clear now. VERY CLEAR. I have to say, Intelligence Media has been calling this for some time, despite them being a bit annoying at times. They finger the higher power. That’s all believable now. Call me a donkey but as Trump says, what if its true?

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  29. According to Goodlatte. Wray has taken this all to heart and has done a good job to make sure it never happens again. Does he not know about the Whistleblower’s house being raided by FBI?

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  30. sDee says:

    She says that Comey filed a lawsuit against a “GOP subpoena”.

    It is a congressional subpoena.

    The media always has some subtle spend

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  31. steph_gray says:

    “Why vote for Republicans any more?”

    Because at this moment in time it is the only way to advance the PDJT MAGA agenda. Of course everyone recognizes what sundance has called the controlled opposition.

    But obviously a wave of new commenters who want to discourage his followers here at the Treehouse with constant psyops are working very hard against the MAGA agenda any way possible. Coming here and spreading despair is a cheap way for them to get their jollies.

    On top of that some on this article and other articles are posting encouraging street violence. Nice way to get sundance’s intelligent site branded as a hate site.

    We see it.

    We are not blind.

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    • sDee says:

      Trolls will be trolls. The truth about globalism and the subversion of our Constitution is ugly and not for the faint hearted or easily swayed.

      Do not confuse inciting unwarranted violence, with those who remind us of what is inevitable should the law fail to stop this treason and corruption.

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    • meow4me2 says:

      Steph_gray, excellent observation! Yes, we have had many negative nellies here of late. I hope it’s not subversive elements, but this site has been getting more attention so you never know when the likes of Shareblue will mass brigade the site. Maybe I’m naive, but I’m not giving up faith yet.

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      • FuBu says:

        This has nothing to do with naivety. This has everything to do with fighting for what you believe is right for the country. And yes, please don’t give up.

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    • trialbytruth says:

      Yeah s Steph and our resident Ehores are easily dragged in. No one came to this site loving government. Hence we are All easy targets for fault finding with government. Hard to read the hearts and minds of all the negative Nellie’s. Some are new and just joining in the vent. BUT some are the opposition looking to demoralize us.

      It has happened befrfore here and it will happen again soon the wind blows another way and the leaves scatter

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    • Rynn69 says:

      I think you are mistaking disheartened, discouraged people with trolls. Of course, conservatives will vote Republican as long as Trump is in office, but after that it is not a sure thing. I know all too many people that will not vote for another Republican establishment type for the rest of their lives for what the Republicans have done. Let’s call it the Three Big Betrayals – namely:

      1. Dishonorable treatment of a sitting President that is breathtaking in scope and runs a broad spectrum. Stalling his agenda, smearing him in public, not pushing back as we watch a sitting President literally be dishonored on a daily basis, and the list goes on.
      2. Lying for years to the American people by running on a “Republican” platform that has now been exposed, clearly and without question, as a fraud. A all-majority Congress and Presidency fails deliberately to carry out key promises that were made by so-called Republicans over many years (no Obamacare repeal, no wall, etc.).
      3. Frittering away these 2 precious years of a critical time in history to turn back from
      the path of destruction the Democrats put America on.

      The Republican party with go the way of the Dinosaur. Again, I cannot tell you how many people I know have said they will stomach not voting GOP because extinction of the party may be the only way to remove the power the donor class and COC have over the politicians. This, of course, is not the case if an outsider is nominated without any connection to the GOP establishment. Perhaps a new party of the people will form d/t the complete failure of government officials to carry out the will of the people. It will take a long time and there will be losses, but in the long run it may be the only way to save the Republic. There cannot be a one party monopoly in government. Ask your local bookstore if there is truth in that as you place your next order on Amazon.

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  32. WES says:

    Having read many of today’s comments I sense much frustration that nothing is happening. My observation is all of these congressional critters are doing what they have always done best. Ensure nothing ever happens! So far they have done an excellent job of this!

    They have also successfully projected all of their mis-deeds onto their intended victim, Donald Trump! It is all Trump’s fault!

    Only a truly amazing man could still be standing!

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